The Estates and Buildings Division at UEA is responsible for overseeing the smooth running of the campus, from maintaining the University's buildings and grounds to managing the car parks and security.
Take a look at the Current works & projects on campus.
The lift in Lawrence Stenhouse Building is now back in service.
Update on car park barriers
We apologise that currently we have one exit and one entrance barrier in main car park not working, and the exit barrier to the west car is not working. The lodge & security teams report issues with barriers as soon as they are aware of a problem and the contractor has been tied down to respond & repair within 24 hours.
Barriers are consistently fixed and consistently fall out of order again. This is caused by a variety of factors as the car park is used by both UEA staff and also members of the public on this open campus. Vandalism is a major issue, which of course is policed and where possible people are held to account. We have also suffered as a result of the weather and its impact on the electrical systems in the cabinets which is why we recently added the microphone style protectors to the intercoms.
More recently the service director of the car park barrier contract we have in place has renewed and refreshed service level agreements with us, to provide a more consistent service, the waiting time for repairs has improved and is within the contractual periods.
Please be assured that we are making every endeavour to ensure that the car park barriers remain operational, and if they fail we are demanding a quick repair.
If you spot a problem please contact our Helpdesk either on 01603 592121 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Works to cobbles and Cow Drive speed bumps
On Monday November 21 contractors will commence with works to the new cobbles on Cow Drive. The works will involve removing the cobbles and relaying them to a flatter finish. One side of Cow Drive will be completed at a time and access will be maintained.
It is anticipated that the works will take three weeks, we apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause.