Re: The MUSIIC Water Leakage Dilemna
If it's that bad, we should leave the space clear for now. It's not
worth putting something else there if there's a chance for it to get wet
also. Can one of you look at an setup that would allow that?
Zunaid Kazi wrote:
> I had recently sent in a request to facilities to see what they could
> do about the roof leaks occurring right on top of the MUSIIC project.
> The leaks have gotten so bad that I am apprehensive about equipment
> damage. Shoupu and I have sort of contained the problem with the use
> of plastic sheets and cups, but after even a minor rain work becomes
> almost impossible.
> Facilities inform me that the problem is a manifestation of a bigger
> problem: the roof of the old building. Until and unless "the powers
> that be" decide to release funds to fix the problem their hands are
> tied. They recommend that we move the project.
> Maybe that is what we should look into. I am cc'ing this email to not
> only MUSIIC memebers but also to Rich and Tariq. Tariq wanted to move
> the EFSB project to a less cramped quarters and meybe we could look at
> MUSIIC re-organization in the context of a more comprehensive physical
> re-organization of the robotics lab?
Richard Mahoney, Ph.D.
Applied Science and Engineering Laboratories
A.I. duPont Hospital for Children and the University of Delaware
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