Facilities and Maintenance
The Office of Facilities and Maintenance (F&M) is responsible for the buildings and grounds on the Harvey Mudd College campus, including major renovations and construction.
F&M is also home to the Office of Emergency Preparedness and Safety.
Services We Provide
F&M is charged with maintaining the College’s building assets and caring for the buildings, equipment and grounds. F&M provides many services for the Harvey Mudd College community; submit a work order to request these services.
- Access (keys and key cards)
- Small renovations
- Installing digital signage
- Small moves (one or two boxes)
- Safety inspections
- Waste disposal
- Pest control
- Lost & Found
- Events and coordination of campus facilities—utilizing the Event Management System (EMS). The EMS How-to Guide (PDF) can help you get started.
- Large renovations or capital projects—please email detailed information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
F&M’s goal is always to provide a high level of service and customer satisfaction in each of these areas and, where applicable, do so as cost-effectively as possible. There are times of the year, however, when peak demand and high workloads require the department to prioritize and manage projects accordingly. This is especially true during the beginning and end of each semester, but also includes times when there are special events on campus. We appreciate your understanding and willingness to work with us during these peak work times.
The F&M processes flowchart (PDF) provides further information on how we prioritize, manage and implement projects.
Services We Do Not Provide
While F&M does not have the in-house personnel to perform the following services, we do have outside resources and partners and can assist you with referrals for:
- Furniture (delivery, acceptance or assembly)
- Medium/large/heavy moves or office moves
- Safety training
- Design services
- Inspection and testing
To access the Harvey Mudd College work order system, your computer must be registered with the College and you must use a Harvey Mudd email address. Users must be connected to the Internet via Mudd’s wireless or Ethernet connection to access this form.