Mid Campus Center

The Mid Campus Center (MCC) is a 517,000 BGSF administrative office building which opened in December of 2016. Below are answers to some frequently asked questions about MCC. For more information, please view the move presentation or the move guidelines for customers.

Questions about MCC?

Please contact:

Steve Sobo, Director of Capital Projects, at 314-362-5251 or sobo227@wustl.edu. 

For those who have already moved into the building, please note:

Oculus, the move coordinator, has a command center on the second floor of MCC in room 2060 (north east side of the building outside the east elevators). It is open Monday to Friday, 8am to 10am and available any time at wusm2mcc@oculusinc.com. You can also pick up and submit a Help Ticket after-hours just outside of the Command Center room. The Oculus Move Coordinators (Sarah, Joanne, Kaitlin and Melissa) are here to help you with your concerns or questions.

User Manuals

Vacating Space

How should vacated space be left?  All space(s) being vacated should be empty and left in a broom-clean condition.  This mean that floors are generally free of trash, but not necessarily vacuumed.  Additionally, departments do not need to worry about wear and tear types of damage that may exist from normal day to day use.

Should trash be removed when the department vacates the space?  All trash should be removed from the space by the time the department vacates, i.e. it should be included as a part of the trash that gets pulled from the space on a nightly basis.  Any trash that remains in the space after the move will be the responsibility of the department for the cost of the removal of these items.  Any unusual situations should be discussed with the assigned Project Manager ahead of time.

What should we do with furniture when vacating space?  All existing furniture in departments should remain, unless it has been coordinated with the MCC project team as part of the move to the new building.

What should we do with surplus electronics, including computers?  The University has a policy on surplus electronics. EH&S will pick up unwanted computers and related peripherals.

What should we do with our phones?  The MCC building will have all-new VOIP phones, so departments should leave all phones behind. Please coordinate with TFC with questions. TFC will deactivate all old phones so you will not have to pay for two lines.

What should we do about keys and cores when we vacate a space?  Doors for most spaces being vacated will have construction cores inserted after the department vacates.  However, there may be instances where this is not necessary and each move will be evaluated separately to determine what will be best.

Should I contact Human Resources to change my office location?  Yes, please contact your payroll administrator or HR representative to change your room location once you have moved. Also, if you are listed as an emergency preparedness contact in HRMS (building lab liaison, key management contact or emergency preparedness contact), you will need to contact your payroll administrator or business manager to update this in HRMS.

Building operations

Is there a cafeteria in the building?  There is not a cafeteria in the building.  There will be a Kaldi’s Cafe similar in size and service to that in the FLTC building but with a new venue and great service!  The Kaldi’s will be located on the 2nd floor along the link.  There will also be a new Coffee/Food Venue in the McDonnell Pediatrics building called FarmStead which will be managed by Bon Appetite. Both locations will open in the spring of 2017.

Are there vending machines in the building?  There will be vending machines on levels 2 and 9.  Each floor will have 1 drink machine and 1 snack machine.

Where can one eat their lunch in the building?  There are break rooms provided on levels 9, 11 and 12 for WUSM employees to eat.

How will conference rooms be reserved?  For WUSM, the conference rooms in the MCC will be in the room reservation system, MyReservations, and available for campus reservations by all occupants and campus administration.

How many conference rooms are on the WUSM floors and available for use?  What size are they?  Below is a summary of the conference room locations and sizes:

1st Floor Breakout Room 1405 12 people Priority given to Public Safety
Breakout Room 1407 12 people Priority given to Public Safety
Training Room 1404 50 people Priority given to Public Safety
2nd Floor Conference Room 2047 12 people Shared conference room
Conference Room 2049 12 people Shared conference room
Conference Room 2059 8 people Shared conference room
Conference Room 2060 8 people Shared conference room
Training Room 2057 40 people Priority given to HR
9th Floor Conference Room 9200 12 people Shared conference room
Conference Room 9201 12 people Shared conference room
Conference Room 9501 12 people Shared conference room
Conference Room 9502 12 people Shared conference room
12th Floor Conference Room 12314 12 people Priority given to CIO
Conference Room 12500 8 people Shared conference room
Conference Room 12519 16 people Shared conference room

What departments are currently planned to be in the building?  Below is a summary of the departments and the floor they will be located on:

1st Floor

Shared Floor

WUSM Protective Services/Emergency Management – collocated with BJC Public Safety
WUSM Human Resources
2nd Floor WUSM Floor WUSM Human Research Protection Office (HRPO)
WUSM Risk Management
WUSM Compliance Audit
WU Office for International Students and Scholars
MyWay to Health Clinic
3rd Floor BJC Floor BJH Occupational Health Clinic
BJH Department of Research
BJH Center for Practice Excellence
BJH PMO/CIS
BJH Transplant Services
SLCH Clinical Education & Training
4th Floor BJC Floor BJH Environmental Health and Safety
BJH Patient Experience
BJH Spiritual Care Services
BJH Cardiology Fellows
BJH Electrophysiology
BJH Woundostomy
BJH Cath Lab
BJH Clinical Specialists
BJH COC’s
BJH Mentors in Medicine
BJH Ambulatory Services
BJH Therapy Services
BJH Language Services
5th Floor BJC Floor BJH Patient Safety & Quality
BJH HIM
BJH Case Management
6th Floor BJC Floor BJH Operational Excellence
BJC Communications & Marketing
BJH Palliative Care
SLCH Business Development/Planning
SLCH Financial Services
SLCH VPS 2
SLCH Physician Services
SLCH Communications & Marketing
SLCH Performance Measurement & Performance Excellence
7th Floor BJC Floor – Currently Unoccupied
8th Floor BJC Floor – Currently Unoccupied
9th Floor  WUSM Floor WUSM Neurology Business and Billing
WUSM Anesthesiology Business and Billing
WUSM Emergency Medicine Billing
WUSM Orthopedics Research Administration
WUSM Finance
WUSM Surgery Administration
10th Floor WUSM Floor – Currently Unoccupied
11th Floor WUSM Internal Medicine
12th Floor  WUSM Floor WUSM Dean’s Suite
WUSM Chief Information Officer
WUSM Human Resources
WUSM General Counsel
WUSM Physician Billing Compliance
WUSM Medical Public Affairs
WUSM Joint Office of Strategic Planning
WUSM Special Programs
WUSM Medical Alumni Development Programs
WUSM Government & Community Development
WUSM Faculty Affairs
WUSM Faculty Practice Plan

What appliances are provided in the support areas?  There are 3 support areas on each floor.  The 2 at the east and west ends of the building are the same size and will have 1 refrigerator, 2 microwaves, an ice/water dispenser and a coffee maker in each space on all WUSM Floors but level 11.  These support areas also will have space for 2 copy/printer machines opposite of the kitchenette.  The center support areas on 2, 9, 11 and 12 contain 2 refrigerators, 2 microwaves, an ice/water dispenser and a coffee maker.  These spaces do not have space for copiers/printers.

How many copy machines are on each floor?  There is room for 4 copy machines in the support areas.  It is up to the departments on the floor to determine how many are needed to serve the floor and coordinate the leases of the copy machines.

How do you clean the Wink walls in the building?  Most standard dry erase markers, in any color, can be used on the Wink surface, and wipe clean without “ghosting.” A microfiber or dry-erase cloth is recommended for daily erasing and cleaning. Using any other product voids the warranty and the wall would need to repainted.

Move schedule and planning

When will I move into the building?  The relocations began in December of 2016 and will continue through March of 2017. WUSM has hired a consultant, Oculus, to help coordinate the relocations to MCC with Dodge Moving as our move vendor.

How many moving crates will I receive?  4 to 5 per cube, 8 to 10 per office and 1 per file drawer.

When will I receive my moving crates?  1.5 to 2 weeks prior to your move.

What should I do with my personal items (photos, breakables, etc.) when I move?  You should either move them yourself or bring them home with you and then bring them back to work after moving in.

Sustainability

Will there be trash and recycling containers at each office/workstation?  A recycling container will be provided at each office or workstation and trash cans will be located in a central area on each floor.

Will there be bike storage and showers in the building?  Yes.  There will be bike storage on the ground level at the southeast corner of the building.  Shower rooms are located in the lower level for use by building occupants.  The shower rooms will be accessible with badge access.

Security

The campus joint security center (both BJH and WUSM) will be located on the first floor of this building and work to provide the entire campus with Point-of-Service badging, access control, dispatch and security services operations.  This facility will also be home to the campus Emergency Operations Center. 

What specific security measures are in the building?  Card readers will be located at the entrances to the building, both on ground level and link level, within the elevators and to enter onto the floor from the elevator lobbies on each floor.  During the building’s open hours, the WUSM floors will generally be accessible without badges.

What are the building hours of operation?  The building’s hours are from 6am to 6pm, Monday through Friday.  For any issues related to access control/entry, call Access Control, 362-1580, during normal working hours.

Building maintenance

Who will be maintaining the building?  WUSM will be operating and maintaining the building and you can reach the Facilities Integrated Service Center at 314-362-3100.

What will be the housekeeping schedule?  WUSM will be cleaning the building and cleaning will begin at 10:30 p.m.  For cleaning service levels, go to Custodial Service Levels

Who should I call and how can I get repairs done to my space?  Assignable space is defined as space occupied by a specific institution or department.  Examples are, but not limited to; offices, waiting rooms, exam rooms, conference rooms, break rooms, suite aisle space between cubicles… Architectural elements in assignable space are defined as flooring, wall finishes, ceiling finishes (to include tile), and doors.

Each institution funds their repair, upkeep, and alterations of architectural elements in assignable space differently.  Repairs are defined as work needed to repair damage, i.e. water damage, damaged ceiling and floor tile replacement, etc.  Upkeep is typically defined as periodic refresh of space, i.e.… carpet replacement, periodic painting, complete ceiling replacement, etc.  Alterations are changes within the Assignable space driven by a change in program.  Alteration of Assignable space is defined as additions and/or removal of architectural elements within the Assignable space.

Repairs in assignable spaces:  WUSM will repair any MEPF or architectural element back to its original condition and no charges will be assessed to the occupant unless damage is caused by the occupant or its equipment.  The repair/replacement of any movable items, ie..furniture, personal property.., damaged would be supported by the party responsible for the failure that caused the repair/replacement.

If I want to change/improve my space, how should I go about it?  Contact the Facilities Integrated Service Center at 314-362-3100.

WUSM occupants:  All alterations or changes will be at the charged to the department.  As WUSM Facilities Management Department receives upkeep and/or alteration requests, the request will be estimated and forwarded to the department business office for approval.  After the approval, the upkeep and/or alteration will be completed and billed to the department.

BJH occupants:  As WUSM Facilities Management Department receives upkeep and/or alteration requests, the request will be estimated and forwarded to the BJH Facilities and Supports Services for approval.  After the approval, the upkeep and/or alteration will be completed and billed to BJH Facilities and Supports Services.

Parking and campus accessibility

Where can I park?  Building occupants should continue to park in their current parking location. If you would relocate from your current location, you should contact the following Parking and Transportation resources to discuss possible options: BJH: 314-362-0732 or WUSM: 314-362-3100.

Where can off campus visitors park?  Parking for visitors is not available in the building. Campus visitors may park at parking garages on campus. The closest garage will be the Metro Garage; however, there is limited visitor parking. There is visitor parking in the Clayton Garage.  For special events or large meetings, contact BJH: 314-362-0732 or WUSM: 314-362-3100.

Will there be a covered walkway to the parking garages from the MCC building?  The BJC PMO office is currently constructing a link which begins at the Children’s Employee Garage and ends at EPNEC. The walkway is not expected to be complete currently with the MCC building and will be accessible in March of 2017.