Congratulations goes out to Gerald Coleman, Building & Residential Supervisor, on winning Emory University’s Essay Contest. His essay on “What is good at Emory?” was selected as the most outstanding by the Executive Board.
Gerald’s winning essay focused on how our new Mission, Vision and Values (MVV) has not only promoted a positive culture change in Campus Services, but reminded us that we all need to strive to achieve great, new heights in our experiences here.
To read Gerald's Essay, click here.
To view the write up in the May edition of the Newsbeat, click here.
WaterHub Uses Power of Nature to Clean Wastewater!
Long before Emory’s innovative new water reclamation facility began harnessing the power of nature to clean and recycle wastewater for non-potable uses on campus, the system was already serving as a living laboratory.
Using adaptive ecological technology to naturally break down organic matter in wastewater, the facility, called the WaterHub, is projected to help Emory reclaim some 300,000 gallons of campus wastewater daily, cutting potable water consumption as much as 35 percent and saving the university millions in water utility costs over a 20-year period, according to Matthew Early, vice president for Campus Services...
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Another Year has comme and gone, and Emory has released another graduating class into the world. As the remaining students leave for the summer; Planning, Design, and Construction busily begin their summer construction projects.
The list of summer construction projects for Main Campus, Clairmont, and Briarcliff is now available. This list can be accessed here and on Planning, Design, & Construction's website. Updates will be made as they become available