At some point, you may need renovations or alterations to your work environment; climate-control adjustment in your area or if you find an unsafe condition (a leaky pipe, torn carpets, a burnt-out light, etc.), all of these can be arranged for by emailing the Physical Plant or by calling 856-566-6032.
Larger projects may require architectural or engineering support. If you think this is the case, the Office of Facilities Management will review the project with you. Then we will help determine the best course of action to take. This will help you bring the project in “on-time and within budget.”
Depending on your specific need, sign requests may be met by the RowanSOM-Office of Facilities Management.
University Identification Card Access
Campus buildings and some general use conference/meeting areas are accessible by use of a programmed University Identification Card. To have your card programmed, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org which includes:
- the specific buildings and conference rooms you wish access to;
- the justification for the access;
- and your Banner Identification Number. (this is available on your paystub)
The University’s Locksmith Services falls under the direction of the Physical Plant. You may not, under any circumstances arrange for an outside locksmith service to perform work on this, or any university campus or facility.
The services provided byPhysical Plant includes the installation of new locks, cutting of keys, opening locked file cabinets and the design and installation of alarm/security systems.
These services are arranged for by the submission of a locksmith request form.
Complete the form, providing the contact name and telephone number, as well as the index number to be charged and fax it to the Physical Plant at 856-566-6181.
According to thePhysical Plant policy on locksmith services, keys should be issued no later than five (5) working days from the receipt of the approved request.
You will be contacted by Physical Plant regarding the schedule for work other than key requests.