Building Operations and Repairs
Water, sewer, gas, steam, heating and chilled water distribution, preventive maintenance, routine and emergency repair, replacement, carpentry, keys, locks, masonry, plastering and painting, electric, relamping, lighting fixtures, power wiring, plumbing, heating and ventilation adjustments, landscaping, lawn care, leaf clean-up, litter pick-up, furniture moving, set-ups, improvement and modification.
All maintenance work requests should be submitted through the Facilities Maintenance office. When submitting Work Requests, please be sure to include your name, phone number, building name or number and a detailed description of the problem.
Students in Resident Halls should submit Work Requests to their Resident Assistants. Departmental requests come from Administrators, Department Chairs or Administration Secretaries. Facility Improvement and Modification requests will be submitted on the designated FIM form to The VP for Finance and Administration for consideration and authorization.
Emergencies can be called into the office at ext. 4192
Custodial Services are provided throughout the campus, including common areas in resident halls. Community bathrooms are cleaned daily in Residential areas. Cleaning of bathrooms in apartments, houses or in rooms with private baths is the responsibility of the tenant. The Custodial department provides bathroom paper supplies in Resident Halls through the area offices. Some cleaning supplies are available for use in private and semi-private bathrooms and are available at area offices.
In cases of emergency repair requests or problems which threaten the health and safety of students or employees, it is imperative that the problem be reported as soon as possible. During normal office hours, emergency Work Requests should be called in to 680-4192. After hour emergencies should be referred to Campus Safety at 680-4305.
Emergencies will be treated as such, and addressed immediately with resolution within 24 hours, depending on the severity of the problem.
Note: Emergency Work Requests should not be submitted via e-mail or the web.