Our campus. Our community. Our priority.
Facilities Services ensures all buildings and grounds on the beautiful University of Nevada, Reno campus are comfortable, safe, clean, accessible, and maintained to last from 1874 to 2074 (and beyond). We handle everything from parking, building design, construction, and safety – to cleaning, repairs, utility services, landscaping and more.
Our 200+ facilities professionals are organized into six service units: Accounting, Business & Space, Maintenance, Parking & Transportation, Planning & Construction, and Safety & Human Resources.
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Staff Employees' Council (SEC) Employees of the Month
Juan Garcia-Arciniega, Custodial Worker 1, was nominated for the SEC Employee of the Month by Teresa Renteria. Juan has worked for Facilities Maintenance Services for seven years. Juan’s ability to build relationships has made him a respected and trusted member of the custodial team and throughout the university. He is the go-to when there are questions about procedures and tasks and is always willing to help anyone. Congratulations, Juan!
Robert Koskinas, Grounds Maintenance Worker 3, was nominated for the SEC Employee of the Month by Travis Christiansen. Robert has worked with Facilities Maintenance Services for 22 years! Robert’s dedication to maintaining and improving the university’s landscape with all the changes and expansions can be seen during his tenure. He maintains the beautiful landscaping at the Cherry Blossom, Benson’s Garden, and Raymond Needham Paw Paw Grove, to the areas surrounding parking and the West Stadium Parking Garage. His team praises him for his great attitude and work ethic. Congratulations, Robert!
CJ Wagner, Locksmith 2, was proudly nominated by the Fire and Life Safety Shop for the SEC Employee of the Month. CJ has worked with Facilities Maintenance Services (FMS) for six years. As a master locksmith, CJ is a valuable asset to the university. He has successfully established and managed multiple keying systems for new buildings or rekeying remodeled buildings on campus. CJ is known for his leadership, creative thinking, and process improvement by FMS. Congratulations, CJ!