A year ago, Sanger Hall experienced a flood and related power failure in the phase 3 section of the building. Full and complete restoration of power and normal operations for the building required replacing the bus duct, a metal chute running the entire length of the building that contains the building’s power cables. This full repair has been prolonged with a number of setbacks. We are pleased to share that this repair is finally complete.
We deeply appreciate your patience and support through this challenging time with our major research facility – thank you! We also thank our Facilities team for their continued work on this extremely complicated and critical repair project. I am also grateful to Betsy Ripley, Michael Donnenberg, Anita Navarro, Cathy Wood and Paul Peterson for their work coordinating the repairs and working to meet investigator needs during this past year.