OFFICE OF FACILITIES
Welcome to Office of Facilities at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, where we aim to provide quality service through planning, building, operating, maintaining and enhancing the campus of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. As part of the University body, members of our team are serving this community around the clock.
We can all do our part to keep our buildings and campus clean, safe, and energy efficient. If you see an Emergency or an area that requires maintenance, please make the Facilities Department aware. In case of an Emergency inform Dispatch or University Police immediately. For regular maintenance needs inform the Building Representative. To put in a maintenance request online use the WORK REQUEST link under our QUICK LINKS section. To find more information about Facilities check out other links.
All work requests MUST be submitted via Mainsaver our Work Request system, each building has a Building Representative that is responsible for generating work request. If your building representative is not available any employee of NC A&T State University is allowed access to Mainsaver, but we ask that you contact your building representative if you are going to submit a work request.
To gain a Username and Password for Mainsaver contact AggieHelp Desk 334-7195
DO NOT use Cherwell to generate work request for the Physical Plant.
If a work request is not submitted we CANNOT guarantee that the request will be fulfilled.
In case of an Emergency call Dispatch and report it; as well as submit the work request._____________________________________________
EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBERS
Dispatch Number: 336.285.4530
After Working Hours: 336.334.7675
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