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Customer Service

Pauline Allen
435-797-3535
pauline.allen@usu.edu

Sarah Elliott
435-797-1947
Sarah.elliott@usu.edu

Physical Address:
Facilities (FCLT) 104
1295 E 700 N
Logan, UT 84322-6600

UMC: 6600
Fax: 435-797-4000
facilitiescustserv@usu.edu


Major Projects

Modification not requiring the Facility Modification Request Form (Green Sheet) process can be handled directly with Facilities Operations through the Major Project Manager or regular work order. If the customer does not require an estimate then a work order can be set up through customer service. If an estimate is requested then the Major Project Manager meets with the customer to determine the project scope and to provide a written estimate. If the customer wants to proceed, the campus index number is provided so that a work order can be generated. The project is added to the major project list and the necessary materials are ordered. Once the materials have arrived, a project start date is identified and the customer is notified.

Major Projects are performed using the Facilities Operation's personnel. Every trade is represented, with highly trained professional individuals. There is a real advantage to having work done using the Facilities department. We provide free estimates, fast, friendly service, competitive prices, minimal inconvenience and nearby, on site coordination. We believe that communication is the key to insure that a project runs as smooth as possible.

Download The Greensheet Form