PSFA Building Closure - Updated June 5, 4:33 p.m.
SDSU's draft site plan for the use of modular spaces following ongoing work in the PSFA Building is currently being reviewed by state fire marshals, as required for a project of this nature. Also, work continues on environmental condition corrections at the PSFA Building.
Last Updated May 31 at 11:49 a.m.
The PSFA Building is now fully open.
Additional building updates are as follows:
Ongoing industrial hygiene evaluation will continue within the building for the indefinite future. Periodic testing begins during the week of June 17 and will focus on measurements and analysis related to humidity, temperature, mold, formaldehyde, coal tar pitch and other roofing materials, fiberglass fibers, CO and CO2, odors and other compounds and particulates.
Also, the university has committed to regular meetings with building occupants to assess further needs and provide informational updates, including plans for construction to address deferred maintenance as planned to begin later this year.
Building System Testing
The testing of the plumbing system is completed, and no major leaks were discovered. Repairs will be made during upcoming construction work to address air flow and odors associated with plumbing deficiencies, including a third floor bathroom remodel.
SDSU is prepared to accommodate tenure-track faculty who request extension of their probationary period due in connection with impacts of the PSFA building closure. Impacted faculty may contact their dean directly, or by contacting Faculty Advancement by emailing [email protected].
Last Updated May 24 at 10:35 a.m.
Last Updated: May 22, 11:30 a.m.
PSFA Building to be Reoccupied; Testing and Improvements Continue. Please visit PSFA Building Closure Information and FAQs.