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Notification of Open-Ended Contracts 2022-2023

On behalf of the Selection Committee, we would like to extend thanks for your firm’s interest and appreciate the time you spent preparing your submission....

Designer Advertisement: Poe Hall – Fire Protection

Project: Poe Hall – Fire Protection, NC State Project #202220008 Description: This multi-phased project installs a Fire Protection System and addresses code deficiencies for the...

Design Advertisement: Apiculture Facility

Project: Apiculture Facility, NC State Project #202220007 Description: This project constructs a new 7,200 square foot Apiculture Facility at the Lake Wheeler Rd Field Labs....

Designer Advertisement: Polk Hall Renovations

Project: Polk Hall Renovations, NC State Project #202220006 Description: This multi-phased project will renovate a portion of Polk Hall to improve research, office, and student...

Designer Advertisement: Dabney Hall Renovation

Project: Dabney Hall Renovation, NC State Project #202220003 Description:  This is a multi-phased occupied renovation project for Dabney Hall (1969). The priority for the first...
Flowers inside new NC State greenhouse.

Greenhouse Effect: A More Sustainable Campus

Grounds Services is saving money and boosting sustainability by growing flowers and plants in its own greenhouse on the west side of campus.
construction worker on lift at NC State's Plant Sciences Building

Coming Home

From new construction to major renovations, a refreshed NC State campus welcomes many Wolfpack employees back to in-person work.
A Warehouse employee prepares materials for workers' welcome kits before campus reopened.

Teamwork, Trust Keep NC State Stocked

NC State employees hustled to get critical supplies for campus when COVID-19 reached the United States, ensuring the Wolfpack had the necessities for safe classes, research and work.
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Stewardship on the Roof

At Carmichael Gym — which has one of the most problematic roofs on campus — Facilities employees leveraged the COVID-19 closure to install a roof overlay at a fraction of the estimated cost.
Workers remove green chairs from Talley Student Union to limit seating capacity during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Proactive Pack

Once COVID-19 started spreading in North Carolina, staff in the Facilities Division and Campus Enterprises stepped up to the challenge of making campus a safe environment for students, faculty and other staff members.
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Housekeeping (Super) Heroes

NC State’s housekeeping staff go above and beyond the call of duty every day to ensure a safe and healthy environment for the campus community.

Ensuring Indoor Air Quality

NC State has created an indoor air quality plan as the campus community returns.
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Final Countdown

The Facilities Division works behind the scenes to prepare campus for the fall semester.

More Cleaning and Sanitizing

Here's how University Housekeeping has increased cleaning services on campus.

Preparing Classrooms

Here's how classrooms are being reworked to create a safe and physically distant environment.
crane holding bell to be installed in the top of the belltower

Same Campus, New Look

Capital improvement projects are making progress, and employees will see some changes when they return to work.
woman cleaning a kitchen

Operation Restart

NC State’s Facilities Division prepares campus buildings for safe reopening.

Notification of Open-End Contracts 2020-2021

On behalf of the Selection Committee, we would like to extend thanks for your firm’s interest and appreciate the time you spent in preparing your...
tractor with compost in front of hoop structure

Closing the Loop

NC State’s new Compost Facility and Research Cooperative diverts organic waste from the landfill, giving it new life in a number of beneficial ways on campus.
A central utility plant operator on the phone in a control room

A Resilient Pack: Keeping Our Facilities ‘Healthy’

With a fraction of its staff, Energy Systems continues to provide round-the-clock utility and facilities operations to hundreds of campus buildings while also monitoring for emergencies and reducing energy use in unoccupied buildings.

Savings Engineered

Energy recommissioning in Engineering Buildings II and III produce big utility reductions.