The 2016 spring cleaning effort kicks off on March 28 with the goal of decluttering and improving the look of academic buildings.
There have been several instances of sick raccoons spotted around the agriculture campus in the past five days, according to certified wildlife biologists in UT’s Department of Forestry, Wildlife, and Fisheries. S
Learn about methods to prevent pests such as mosquitos, spiders, ants, and bed bugs during, “Facilities Fundamentals: Mosquito and Pest Control,” a campus workshop hosted by Facilities Services.
Zachary Lee Woodall, a staff member in Facilities Services and a UT graduate, died Thursday, February 4.
The Claxton Rain Garden, a 3,500-square-foot space filled with more than 2,000 plants behind the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences, captures and filters polluted stormwater while enhancing the campus landscape. The rain garden was one of several campus projects planned and executed last year through the Green Infrastructure Project.
UT Facilities Services’s 2015 Fall and 2016 Spring Projects catalog is available online and details the major tasks completed during the fall semester and the projects that are slated for spring.
A meeting to discuss updates to the 2011 UT Campus Master Plan will be held at 3:00 p.m. Thursday, January 28, in the International House Great Room. All students, faculty, and staff are invited to attend. The meeting gives the campus community an opportunity to ask Facilities Services Associate Vice Chancellor Dave Irvin questions about
From taking big steps toward completing three new residence halls to adding more than a thousand new parking spaces, UT is moving ahead this year with goals of improving facilities and beautifying the campus.
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A public meeting will be held December 14 to discuss proposed updates to the UT campus master plan.
The Zone Maintenance Unit of UT’s Facilities Services takes great pride and care in maintaining the American flags on the main campus and the agriculture campus.
A big change to Knoxville’s skyline is coming this month, as a 310-foot smoke stack on the UT campus will be demolished and removed.