Work Orders and Related Procedures
Maintenance, repair, or other service work requiring not more than eight hours of labor or a total direct cost of net more than $1,000 to complete, is classified as routine service work routine service work is handled on a first-in, first-out basis. Service work necessary to eliminate hazards, prevent significant disruption to scheduled activities, is performed as emergency service work, this work is responded to immediately upon notification.
Preventive maintenance is periodic, scheduled work to provide adjustments, cleaning, minor re¬pairs, and routine inspections of equipment and facilities to ensure good serviceable condition and to reduce interruptions of service Facilities Management provides this maintenance on a planned, scheduled basis.
Minor Work is a work type that covers a wide variety of customer-funded work It is rare for minor work to require architectural or engineering services. Examples of minor work range from making a key to a complete office face lift. For more information, contact the Executive Director of facilities.
Major Work describes a large project that typically requires architectural and engineering services. Examples of major work include construction of a new building, modernization of a HVAC system, or replacement of a roof.