Maintenance and Repair


Caring for every building. From the inside, out.

We are a team of carpenters, locksmiths, painters, roofers, plumbers, and electricians who are proud to serve the daily needs of buildings on campus. Our job is both preventive and corrective. We routinely inspect and repair all of the equipment in the facilities in addition to maintaining building aesthetics. 


 

Services include:
  • Replacing light bulbs, flooring and ceilings
  • Unclogging toilets and sinks
  • Installing chalkboards, whiteboards, and screens
  • Maintaining door equipment and locks
  • Maintaining and repairing electrical equipment and emergency generators
  • Inspecting and fixing roofs
  • Pressure washing buildings and sidewalks

 

Frequently asked questions

I am hot/cold!

Contact your building coordinator, submit a customer request via AiM, email work control at wcc@ucf.edu, or call Work Control at 407-823-5223.

My lights are flickering or burned out!

Contact your building coordinator, submit a customer request via AiM, email work control at wcc@ucf.edu, or call Work Control at 407-823-5223.

What work does Facilities Operations Maintenance perform?

Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC), Plumbing, Painting, Electrical, Lighting, Fixed Seating, Wall mounts - to name a few.

Why am I billed for some work requested?

Facilities Operations has a budget to maintain certain buildings. This budget has a defined scope of work with requests such as mounting a TV, installing a receptacle, or hanging a banner not falling within that scope of work. Also, there are some buildings that all work is billable due to the nature of the buildings.

Why can't you do my Maintenance Work Request "right away" when it will only take 5 minutes?

We receive many requests like this every day. To maintain control of the workload, all Maintenance Work Requests must be prioritized and scheduled.

I need a key!

All routine requests must be submitted on a Key Request Form (obtained from Work Control). They must be authorized and identify the person, room, and building, (Refer to Key Policy)