[UPDATE: The excavation works have been completed. We would like to thank readers for their patience and understanding. 17/06/2022]
Essential excavation works will be occurring outside the perimeter of the Rothermere American Institute building, on Tuesday, 21st June, 8am-5pm. There will be minimal and intermittent disruptive noise from the works.
University employed contractors will be required to perform excavation works around the RAI building. The VHL and RAI were informed that this work will be occurring on Tuesday 21st June, starting at 8am, and expecting to finish at 5pm. The works will involve intermittent drilling, and there will be some noise disruption, which will be kept to a minimum level throughout.
The works will not affect access into the RAI building, and the VHL will remain open as advertised.
It is recommended that readers avoid sitting near the windows, particularly on the north side of the library. Readers are also welcome to ask for earplugs, which are provided for free at the enquiry desk.
We apologise for the short notice, and for any inconvenience or disruption caused to readers.
If you have any further questions about working in the Vere Harmsworth Library, please ask at the Information Desk, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For further information about the works, email Bethan Davies, VHL Librarian at email@example.com.