Building: EEE Building
Whilst we do make every effort to ensure the data is complete and as accurate as possible, some of the meters are quite old and do occasionally stop working or under or over read to some extent. Because of this it is very important to employ an element of caution when using the data for any mission-critical purposes.
Date of Construction: 2006
Architect: John McAslan & Partners
Features: Building 32 is non-residential
Email the occupants: Bulk email lists may only be emailed by members of the university and in addition are moderated. firstname.lastname@example.org
View the occupants: The list of the staff in a building is taken from the 'subscribe' system and is only visible to members of the university: staff in EEE Building.
iSolutions Managed Print System
A multi-function printing device has been installed in or near the following rooms:- 1005, 1007, 1009, 1019, 1027, 1029, 1037, 2001, 2003, 2037, 2065, 4053
Please note that this is a new service and some facilities may not be available at all times.
Points of Sale & Service
Generally these are lecture theatres, but this also includes any location used in the syllabus database. The feature codes are a little esoteric due to them having only been intended for internal office use.
Electricity usage in kW
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