The Building Services and Facilities Compliance department is responsible for the overall cleanliness of 627,739 square feet of interior spaces of main campus and satellite facility (Lucy C. Huie Hall). Each building has workers assigned to perform the scheduled routine duties: maintain the appearance of offices, classrooms, hallways, laboratories, lobbies, lounges, elevators, stairways and restrooms by performing housekeeping duties; such as dusting, vacuuming, sweeping, wet moping, scrubbing, waxing floors, carpet cleaning, and trash removing.
Cleaning and trash removal are performed on a daily basis. Hard floors are stripped and refinished, carpeted floors are shampooed in preparation for special events, and on an as needed basis. High traffic areas are given priority. Windows are washed inside and outside. Indoor insect control is also provided by this department. Clayton State also participates in a Single Stream Recycling Program.
Building Services & Facilities Compliance daily tasks are scheduled on two shifts in all campus buildings on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis.
Custodian of the Quarter:
Building Services Work Hours:
Morning shift work hours: Monday-Friday, 4:00 am - 1:00 pm
Evening shift work hours: Monday-Friday, 1:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Saturday, 7:30 am - 4:30 pm (Special Events/Requests)
Requests for services should be submitted online through SchoolDude. Facilities Management can also be contacted at (678) 466-4240.
Staff is available in the event of an emergency. If after hours, call Public Safety at (678) 466-4050.
Please notify the Building Services department at least 3 business days before a special event occurs on campus. This will allow the department to provide the adequate services, staff and resources for this event.
Overtime – If the special event requires overtime, the requesting department is responsible for providing the funds from the account of that department.
Single Stream Recycling
Clayton State University has partnered with its waste management provider to assist the campus in piloting a new single stream recycling program. This program is designed to promote responsible resource management and to reduce waste costs.
In May 2011, the Student Center and Student Activity Center buildings were selected to pilot the program. In September 2013, the Athletics Center, Continuing Education, Spivey Hall, and Music Education buildings will participate in the Single Stream Recycling. In February 2014, the College of Business, Arts and Sciences, Lab Annex and Natural and Behavioral Sciences buildings were added to the Single Stream Recycling program, which allows participants in these buildings to combine all their recycling material into single containers for collection and processing.
Acceptable Recyclable Items:
The plan is to gradually expand the program campus-wide to all buildings. This program has been successfully implemented at many businesses and institutions and should help CSU significantly increase the total amount of campus waste that is recycled as well as result in cost savings.