What We Do
The Physical Plant Department of Morrisville State College is located at 80 Eaton Street. The department is responsible for the operation, maintenance and repair of all existing College facilities. These facilities include over 80 buildings containing more than 1.7 million square feet situated on a 150 acre campus including a remote campus located in Norwich; approximately 5 miles of roadways, 7 miles of sidewalks, and 16 acres of parking lots.
The following is a list of services provided by Physical Plant and their respective descriptions.
Facilities, Design and Construction
Planning and coordination of construction and rehabilitation projects on campus.
Surplus Inventory/Physical Space Inventory
Maintains surplus inventory of equipment and vehicles located on campus as well as physical space inventory of all rooms on campus.
Janitorial services for academic and administrative building on campus. Normal hours of operation are Monday to Friday 6:00am to 2:30pm. Limited coverage is available Monday through Friday evening and Saturday and Sunday mornings. Special event coverage is scheduled on an as needed basis. Routine janitorial services such as washing and waxing floors, cleaning carpet, dusting, replacing lights and trash removal.
Routine maintenance of trees, shrubbery, lawns, sidewalks, streets and parking lots as well as snow removal and ice control.
Furniture and equipment moves should be approved and coordinated through the appropriate Dean or administrator, who in turn routes the written requests to Physical Plant. All special requests should be given as much advance notice as possible.
All emergencies should be called directly to the Maintenance Operations Center (MOC) at x6085 between 7:00 AM and 3:30 PM Monday through Friday and x6074 between 3:30 PM and 7:00 AM Monday through Friday and on weekends and holidays, giving pertinent information as to the emergency and specific location (including room#) of the problem. The service is available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
A work order should be submitted electronically for interior and exterior repairs to buildings including painting, electrical, plumbing, heating and cooling services, etc. A work order should also be submitted for all special event set-ups.
A work order must be submitted for a key request. These request’s will need to be approved by the appropriate Dean/Director and University Police. Please make sure you provide ample time to process these requests.
Central Heating Plant
Operating and maintaining underground utilities and utilities within buildings. Supplying heat, air conditioning, hot water, ventilation and refrigeration services. Monitor and supervise the fire alarm system.
Energy Management Systems
The EMS department maintains and operates the campus Energy Management System. This includes schedule of lighting, heating and air conditioning for spaces. The EMS department also maintains all electronic security, cameras, and Fire Alarm systems
Coordination of campus fleet vehicles for faculty and staff. Campus garage maintains all fleet vehicles including vehicles used for the maintenance and janitorial services.
Central Stores & Receiving
Operation of campus central stores and maintenance stock inventory. Receives and checks in all deliveries to the campus.
Water and Wastewater Treatment Facilities
Operates and maintains seven (7) public water supplies, wastewater treatment facilities, and associated underground infrastructure for the main campus. This includes providing potable water to all buildings, providing water for fire hydrants and fire protection across campus, and the proper treatment of all wastewater collected from the campus. This group also provide utility marking services for campus owned utilities