A university campus is like a small, self-contained town. It’s where students and staff work, live, study, eat, socialize, play sport, and everything in between. If something goes wrong with your on-site power supply, or if your permanent utilities and climate control fall short of what you need, there’s nowhere else to go. The entire campus community is disrupted -- and when your whole life takes place on campus, this is not only inconvenient but potentially very distressing.
This makes it absolutely vital that higher education institutions have a robust strategy in place for dealing with outages and temporary utility demands swiftly, decisively, and effectively.
You need to know you can fix the problem fast, with as little upheaval to your colleagues and students as possible.
Over the next 8 pages, we’ll walk you through some common types of power and utility access issues that higher education bodies face, the primary challenges and how to tackle them, and how to choose a temporary utilities vendor that understands your context and can fix your problem with as little delay or friction as possible.
Offered Free by: Aggreko
See All Resources from: Aggreko