Temporary shutdown of certain washrooms in the Henry F. Hall Building
As part of the Concordia’s efforts to modernize the Henry F. Hall (H) Building, Facilities Management will be undertaking major plumbing work for five days in early November. The installation of a new valve system will reduce service interruptions during upcoming bathroom renovations.
In order to undertake the work, washrooms on alternate plumbing columns will be temporarily shut down.
November 5, 6 and 7: work on the west plumbing column
- Those who identify as men will be directed to washrooms on H4, H6, H8, H10 and H12 that would normally be reserved for those who identify as women. Signage will reflect the temporarily change.
- Those who identify as women will be able to use their regular facilities on H5, H7, H9 and H11.
November 12 and 13: work on the east plumbing column
- Those who identify as women will be directed to washrooms on H4, H6, H8, H10 and H12 that would normally be reserved for those who identify as men. Again, signage will reflect the two-day change.
- Those who identify as men will be able to use their regular facilities on H5, H7, H9 and H11.
Facilities Management recognizes that it would have been less disruptive to the community if the work could have been undertaken over the summer or during weekends. Unfortunately, that was not possible. Therefore, we thank all students, faculty and staff for their patience and understanding during the five days of work.
Should you have questions or concerns, please email the Facilities Management Service Centre or call 514-848-2424 ext. 2400.