From paint to sign installation to ensuring the building is at the tip-top of cleanliness each day, Lory Student Center Operations is the team within the team that ensures our building looks great and stays safe. Operations is one of those things that rarely cross our minds, but are essential to our everyday experiences – especially here in the Lory Student Center. Recycling to care for our environment, cleaning the food venue halls, arranging furniture, and ensuring loose tiles we walk on are steady are but a few of the responsibilities handled daily by the Lory Student Center operations staff that make our time in the building a top-notch experience. Look below for the champions that make this a reality each day, and for resources to handle your building needs.
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Nancy CowleyEnvironmental Services Supervisor
Daniel MoreyBuilding Custodian
Balbino OqueliCustodian / Night
Bradley WhiteBuilding Custodian
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What should I do if I see damage to the physical building?
You should call the Operations team immediately at any of the following numbers: (970) 491-4284, (970) 682-5014, (970) 231-1239.
To report building maintenance issues after normal business hours, please call (970) 215-7112.
I’d like to paint the walls in my office. Is this something the Operations team will do?
Yes. Submit an Operations work order to request a consultation regarding color options.
What should I do if I see a water leak in the building?
You should call the Operations team immediately at any of the following numbers: (970) 491-4284, (970) 682-5014, (970) 231-1239. For after hours emergencies, call (970) 215-7112.
What is the best way to clean some reclaimed office furniture?
Submit an Operations work request with the types of cleaning products you need and we’ll bring them to your office.
Is it really necessary to submit a work order request to hang a picture in my office?
Yes. We ask that LSC employees use the Operations team to hang pictures to avoid the risk of pounding nails into plumbing or electrical that may be behind your office walls.