Skilled trades and Craftpersons serving uncg

As the supervisor of the Carpentry, Painting and Roofing divisions of Facilities Operations I would like to offer a brief description of our responsibilities. In essence we perform all of the duties associated with the repair and maintenance of university facilities and equipment. We repair and hang doors, apply drywall, repair furniture, and perform a myriad of carpentry related maintenance task.

In addition to our regular services, we offer excellent furniture restoration services. Let us restore that old desk, table, or lamp. Recycle a potential antique rather than fill the landfill with a useful object!

We are all professionals who build, paint, and repair on a daily basis. We take pride in our skills and offer them to our clients in a courteous manner; constantly striving to insure customer satisfaction.

Paul Dow
Carpentry & Paint Supervisor

To report elevator problems such as lights out, erratic door operation, and vandalism during business hours call Facilities Operations at (336) 334-5684. Outside normal operating hours please contact the University Police Department non-emergency line at (336) 334-5963.

Entrapment is an emergency and should be reported to the UNCG police department on the emergency line at (336) 334-4444. A person trapped in an elevator should use the phone in the elevator to be connected to University Police for emergency assistance.

The Locksmith Shop’s main purpose is to add physical security to all facilities for all faculty, staff and students on campus. The locksmith shop provides a variety of services.

Services Provided by Locksmith Shop

  • Repair work to thresholds
  • Card Readers and Card Access
  • Provide keys for authorized individuals
  • Maintenance of exit alarms
  • Hardware Machining
  • Installing and programming Intellikeys
  • Specifying hardware for new constructions
  • Rekeying of offices, classrooms, and dorms
  • Maintaining all key records
  • Repair work to doors and door closures

The Maintenance department of Facilities Operations consists of a team of professionals dedicated to maintaining and improving academic and administrative buildings. Each “maintenance zone” is a group of buildings totaling approximately 500,000 square feet and is assigned a lead mechanic.

The primary goal is to respond to service requests quickly and efficiently.

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