physical facilities

Draft designs shared at master plan forums

Posted by on September 21, 2020

The Missouri S&T community and local community members learned about plans for the future of the physical campus, including buildings, facilities and grounds during open forums on Sept. 18. If you missed the forums, you can watch a recording here.

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Physical facilities work order system working

Posted by on June 1, 2020

The Missouri S&T facilities services work order system, Maximo, is now working following an outage this weekend. Users may once again open new service requests and view existing work orders.

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Survey on campus master plan coming up Dec. 2

Posted by on November 22, 2019

Share your opinions about improving the 2020 master plan for the physical campus in an upcoming survey. Watch your email for a message from Cuba Plain, interim vice chancellor for finance and operations, with a link to the survey on Monday, Dec. 2.

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No water at Bureau of Mines buildings

Posted by on July 8, 2019

Due to a system leak, water supply will be unavailable today (Monday, July 8) in Buildings 1, 2 and 3 of the Bureau of Mines. Physical facilities hopes to have water restored by the end of the day to the buildings. For more information, contact Jerry Planitz, manager of operations in facilities services, at 573-578-0399.

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Policy updates posted online

Posted by on May 29, 2018

Two policies were recently updated and are available online. They are memorandum I-10: Policy Development and III-50: Use of Facilities and Grounds.

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Sprinkler system tests underway

Posted by on February 12, 2018

The Missouri S&T physical facilities staff will conduct flow tests on sprinkler systems in several buildings today (Monday, Feb. 12) and tomorrow (Tuesday, Feb. 13). You may notice crews in the following buildings: Bertelsmeyer Hall, Butler-Carlton Civil Engineering Hall, Curtis Laws Wilson Library, Emerson Hall, Straumanis-James Hall and the Technology Development Center. Water use will not be affected during the tests. For more information, please contact Kenny Grimm, maintenance supervisor, at 467-0262.

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Key shop to be closed Dec. 20

Posted by on December 7, 2017

Missouri S&T’s key shop, located in Room 118 of the General Services Building, will be closed Wednesday, Dec. 20, due to a planned partial power outage on campus. The key shop will resume normal business hours, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 21. For more information, please contact Mike Bassett, supervisor of skilled trades, at bassettmr@mst.edu or 467-0261 or 341-4044.

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Chilled water outage in Butler-Carlton Aug. 24

Posted by on August 21, 2015

There will be a chilled water outage beginning at noon Monday, Aug. 24, in Butler-Carlton Civil Engineering Hall. Cooling temperatures may vary for the remainder of the day Monday and possibly part of Tuesday morning. The outage will allow contractors to install a new chiller. For more information, call Ron Boggs at 341-7619.

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New phone menu for physical facilities

Posted by on August 13, 2015

Physical facilities has recently employed a phone menu system. Now when you call the department’s main line at 341-4252, you will be presented with the following choices: Press 1 for facilities operations or maintenance needs (Jim Packard’s group) Press 2 for vendor inquiries Press 3 for design and construction management (Ted Ruth’s group) Press 4 […]

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Funeral information for Garry Scantlin

Posted by on June 9, 2015

Garry Scantlin, retired member of the physical facilities staff at Missouri S&T, died Saturday, June 6. Visitation will be held 5-7 p.m. today (Tuesday, June 9) in the St. James Chapel of the James and Gahr Mortuary, 117 Seymour St. in St. James, Missouri. A funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, June 10, in the same location.

Mr. Scantlin joined the staff of Missouri S&T in April 1999 and retired in September 2010. He is the husband of Betty Scantlin, telecommunication IT analyst in information technology.

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