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The University's access system, a combination of keys and swipe cards is an integral
part of campus safety. All requests for keys/swipe cards go through Access Control.
The requester will be notified when keys are available.
Central Stores/Receiving performs all receiving for Stockton University with delivery
services to individual departments. They also may assist in all of your shipping and
Our Grounds employees have the responsibility for the landscaping care of the 588
maintained acres of Stockton’s approximate 1,600 acre campus. In addition to caring
for the College’s hard and softscapes, Grounds also provides trash and recycling throughout
the year and snow and ice removal during the winter months.
Plumbers are responsible for the operation of the University's potable water treatment
and distribution system, which includes the treatment plant and 2.5 miles of water
main operation, 7 days a week, 24-hours a day. In addition, Plumbing is responsible
for 3.5 miles of sewer main, consisting of 7 pumping stations also running constantly.
The plumbing shop maintains approximately 3,577 plumbing fixtures toilets, showers,
water fountains, etc. and related components, repairs and inspections of fire standpipes
and sprinkler systems, fire hydrants and athletic field irrigation systems.
The Automotive Shop provides preventative maintenance, i.e. lubrication, oil changes,
tune ups and emission system repairs to more than 150 vehicles, tractors, trailers
and other engine driven pieces of equipment. Employees also make repairs to snow removal
equipment and grounds equipment, such as snow blowers, drop spreaders and chainsaws
Custodial is responsible for the overall cleanliness of the campus facilities. They
provide basic and advanced cleaning services, assist with snow removal and respond
to emergencies as needed.
Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning (HVAC) Shop
HVAC technicians are responsible for more than 100 water-to-air HVAC heat pump units,
ranging from 10 to 40 tons, supplied by a 400-well geothermal groundwater loop system.
There are 12 gas-fired rooftop units and three cold water chiller systems, while nine
boiler systems provide 23,768,000 BTU's.
In addition, they maintain the emergency electric generating system with 10 stations,
the Trane Summit Tracer Computerized Building Management System, 3 environmental test
chambers, 3 large walk-in refrigeration systems with environmental chambers and approximately
100 exhaust fans (all of which does not include any units or systems in the various
Mechanical/Repair staff repair all equipment not related to a specific trade. These
may include welding and metal work, or cleaning equipment such as a vacuum cleaners,
or scrubbers. The shop is also responsible for moving and hauling supplies such as
stationary, hand towel, chemicals, etc.) and office furniture and file cabinets.
Mechanical/Repair also maintains all elevators and the Life/Safety section maintains
approximately 560 fire extinguishers on throughout the campus.
The Carpentry/Masonry shop's services include repairs to building structures and foundations,
along with interior/exterior walls, roofs, floors, ceilings, doors, windows and wood
furniture. Masons also make repairs to sidewalks, curbing, steps, quarry tile and
utility manhole covers.
The Electrical Shop provides services to maintain all primary and secondary electrical
distribution systems including transformers, switch gear, underground cable systems,
street lights, interior circuits, panels, emergency lighting and generating systems
as well as fire alarm systems. The Electrical Shop is also included in construction,
renovation, addition or installation and repairs for electrical appliances and/or
special equipment specific to that shop.
Painters maintain the schedule for the painting of all building interiors and exteriors,
metal roofs, stairways and the refinishing of wood hand rails, floors and wood benches.
The personnel in the Paint Shop also maintain the marking of roadways, parking lots,
special curb areas and stenciling of walkways.