Henry Wellcome Building Power Outage: IT Service Interruption Notifications on 4th and 5th Sept
Scheduled Maintenance Report for Cardiff University
The scheduled maintenance has been completed.
Posted Sep 06, 2021 - 06:00 BST
In progress
Scheduled maintenance is currently in progress. We will provide updates as necessary.
Posted Sep 04, 2021 - 06:00 BST
What is being done?
Estates are carrying essential maintenance work

When is it being done?
Building Name: Henry Wellcome Building
Date and Time: Saturday 4th September and Sunday 5th September from 6am onwards
Full power outage on 4th September only.
Please be aware that there might be wider Heath Campus IT services impact during the weekend.

Generator will be available for ‘red supply socket’ and BIOSIV ventilation

Back-up generator(s) will be provided for certain other supplies and as a precautionary backup supply for the main generator.

Following areas will be effected:

• Henry Welcome Building (All),
• BIOSIV Tower Block 2 (TB2) (PET TB2 only)
• Clinical Resource Facility UGF TB2
• LGF TB2,
• Cancer & Genetics building.

Who will this affect?
All Staff and Students using IT services in the building or remoting on to workstations.

How will this affect users?
IT service users need to be aware that the change is taking place and IT services will be at risk during
change window.
Network services – all wired, wireless and telephone services will be unavailable in the building for the
duration of the work on the day.
Emergency Phones – unlikely to be available for the duration of the work

Remote desktop logging onto workstations: Staff and Students remoting onto desktops in the above
mentioned buildings will not be able to remote onto it during this time.

Staff and Students working outside this building (e.g. home) will still be able to use their laptops/home computers to
access emails and various applications.
Users are adviced to save their work regularly during this period

For non-IT related queries relating to this particular electrical work please contact Estates

Why is it being done?
This forms part of Estates maintenance activities.

Maithreyi Hegde – Service Manager
Posted Sep 01, 2021 - 16:16 BST