The Maintenance division's responsibility is to maintain general working order and upkeep within all of the University buildings and infrastructure, as outlined in Executive Order 847 . If assistance is required in the following areas, please call Tim Overgaauw at (209) 664-6626 or email@example.com for further information.
Auto Shop/Transportation Service The Auto Shop provides mechanical repairs and maintenance for gas, diesel, and electric power vehicles. A key function of the Auto Shop is to provide the State-mandated preventive maintenance on all State-owned vehicles, carts, and equipment.
- Motor Vehicle Inspection Program 
- Executive Order 691 
- Use of University & Private Vehicles Policy Guidelines
- PM Cycles
- Transportation Service 
Building Maintenance Our crew is responsible for maintaining, repairing and servicing University buildings and facilities. This includes preventive and remedial upkeep of all building components, with the exclusion of custodial and grounds maintenance.
Electrical The Electrical Shop has two full-time electricians who are responsible for ensuring the safety, reliability and code compliance of the entire power distribution system including interior and exterior light fixtures, outlets, and fire alarm systems.
Locksmith The University's Lock Shop is responsible for all mechanical and electronic access systems, ensuring all campus locks work properly, all keys are distributed, and access granted to the appropriate personnel. The Lock Shop also maintains door hardware and automatic door openers.
- Key Request Procedures .pdf
- Key Access Request Form .pdf
- Campus Map - Key Distribution/Returns .pdf
Painting The University's Paint Shop is responsible for painting the walls, doors, and trim both interior and exterior throughout the campus. The Paint Shop also paints all fences, parking lots, and roadway markings on campus.
Plumbing The Plumbing Shop maintains the distribution lines and fixtures for water, gas, and sewage in all of the campus buildings, as well as maintaining the ponds and fountains that make our campus beautiful.