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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, Space & Graphics, Maintenance, Parking & Transportation, Planning & Construction, and Safety & Human Resources.
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Staff Employees' Council (SEC) Employees of the Month
Lew Thompson, Plumber 1, joined the Plumbing Shop and immediately contributed to the team. He researched all the water heaters on campus to establish a preventative maintenance program discovering new water heaters in buildings unknown to the shop. This specific work led to fixing the hot water heater in Mackay Mines after 13 years! Lew is a dependable, organized, great team player, and positivity impacts our campus. Congratulations, Lew!
Travis Christiansen, Grounds Supervisor 2, is a productive individual who can motivate people positively. He has led the Grounds Team to multiple successes on campus, including the coordination of installing and upgrading the smart irrigation controllers and trimming ornamental grasses. Travis invested extensive time in learning the program and has become an expert in managing the campus irrigation system. Travis’s leadership is visible through his team’s response to working together as a team and his dedication to making campus a better place. Congratulations, Travis!
Todd Belcher, HVACR Supervisor 4, was nominated for the SEC Employee of the Month by Aspen Kuhlman and Mitchell Childs. Todd began his tenure with the university as a Grounds Maintenance Worker I. He transferred to Parking Services as a Maintenance Repair Worker II, where they say his smile was contagious. He soon made his way into the HVACR department, becoming the lead in the shop and a year later promoted to HVACR Supervisor. Todd has dedicated 23 years to the university and Facilities Maintenance Services. He continually works to get the impossible done and empowers and trains his team along the way. He remains an example of leadership and demonstrates sincere respect for others.