Special use systems are those building systems which support a narrow scope of research or department programs, those typically not utilized by all occupants of a building, not common to most campus buildings, and not considered part of basic infrastructure. Special use components may have been provided at initial construction or added to accommodate a change in occupancy or objectives. Examples of such special use equipment include:
Specialized air, water and chemical delivery systems
Dedicated, local air conditioners
Local lab deionizers
Cold rooms, warm rooms
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Emergencies are unplanned maintenance events that pose a risk to safety, property or critical operations. We respond and stabilize within one business day.
High priority situations are unplanned maintenance events that pose a risk to business operations or environments and have the potential to escalate into an emergency event. We respond and stabilize within one business day, and correct within seven business days.
Routine corrective maintenance includes repairs, replacement or restoration. We respond within four to seven business days and correct within 25 business days.
Planned work is scheduled to be completed at a designated time and date.