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It was another rainy day at work, which means roof leaks (plugged roof drains) and building flooding (plugged storm sewers).

We cleaned up, and then I sent in a bunch of work orders.

The roofing ones show I've been doing this too long. They come in pairs. The first one telling the sheet metal shop (who are also the roofers) that there is a roof leak somewhere. The second one is to the carpenters, and it says "Please bug the sheetmetal shop until they fix this roof leak. Then you should replace the damaged ceiling tile underneath it."

I also finally got the plumbers to agree with me that there's a problem, and to have Roto-Rooter come in and camera all of the storm drains to see where they're plugged. After they find the blockages, it'll depend on what they are as to who fixes them (ie - can roto-rooter clear them, or does the whole drain line need to be excavated).

Flooding

Jul. 27th, 2006 01:12 pm
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Way too much water coming down.

We managed to stuff enough foam around the outside doors to control the water coming in, but we had 6" of water outside the doors.

One lab had the backflow valve on it's floor drain fail, fountaining the room with water. They've got 2-3" of water to remove.

Why is it that all of the floor drains are in high spots?

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