The Bridge does not have a complete copy of the Internal Audit into the health problems in the HT Building. It is providing pages 1, 6, 7, 9 and 11.
The Bridge recently reported on an incident that occurred last year at Sylvania’s HT building that PCC representatives described as a “small spill” of a fluid that contained mercury. Former Facilities Management Services (FMS) Maintenance Project Manager Steven Borcherding calls this misleading, at best. The Bridge contacted FMS
Jessica Howard, the President of the Southeast Campus shared this information at the SE Campus Inservice. The data was compiled with the assistance of PCC’s department of Institutional Effectiveness and drawing from research available from Multnomah County.The map to the left shows which zip codes supply the students who
This year, PCC art student Anshula Tayal, from the Rock Creek campus, entered the LOCAL 14 scholarship competition and was awarded top prize! She submitted a combination of prints and a handbuilt ceramic art piece. Anshula has been creating art seriously for only a few years, but her
Below are the five pages of the EPA required manifest for shipping hazardous materials. The manifest was signed on February 17, 2017. The first page lists the types of material that was removed from the HT Building. Quantities are given in pounds. So there were 334 pounds of
PCC’s Newberg Center was built using money from the 2008 bond. It opened in 2011, and is ranked LEED Platinum for sustainable design. Unfortunately, it has also been plagued by problems with the roof. The original roof failed a few years after its construction, as reported by Nick
The 2016 Mercury spill in Sylvania campus’s HT building is covered in Juan LaCayo’s story in this issue. While it appears the college administration acted quickly and responsibly to manage the spill, what is less clear is how well people who risked exposure to the toxic element were
An isolated room in the Health Technology (HT) building at PCC Sylvania hosted a Mercury spill on May 25, 2016. Staff in the Child Development Center (CDC), which is located in several rooms on the second floor of the Health Technology building, alerted Facilities Management Services (FMS) to