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Engineering and Environmental Health and Safety Services

Engineering and Environmental Health and Safety Services ensures safe and functional performance from buildings on campus through preventative, routine, and emergency maintenance for building interiors and exteriors. Building trades and teamwork from carpentry to plumbing, from electrical to fire protection systems, and from painting to lock smithery keep the campus functioning smoothly. These services are provided for all buildings owned by the University.

Building Services is often the first to respond to emergencies and meeting the needs of students, faculty, and administration, creating a campus environment conducive to learning, safety, and personal development with the following as its purpose

  • To provide accessible and appropriately maintained university facilities to meet the academic, recreational, and personal needs of all the students, faculty, staff, and administration within the campus community.
  • To serve the legitimate maintenance needs of the campus community in a positive and efficient manner.
  • To provide quality cost effective services by the use of discretionary overtime, the scheduling of work, the proper use of supplies & equipment, augmentation by contract services where required and a management feedback system for ongoing evaluation.
  • To encourage cooperation & coordination among building maintenance shops as well as with other departments within the university.
Director of Engineering and Environmental Health and Safety
Alan Parker
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