The university is divided into four geographic maintenance zones. A Superintendent leads each zone, which is staffed with seven to 12 multicrafted technicians. They aim to provide consistent, responsive service based on ownership and accountability for providing a complete job.
If you're unsure of which zone your building lies, open one of the maps below or use the Find your zone feature.
The Franklin Street Zone is located on the Monroe Park Campus and primarily serves academics and administration along the Franklin Street Corridor, including the President’s House, Finance and Administration, Athletics and the School of the Arts. This includes classrooms, offices and studios. The zone consists of eight multicraft tradesmen that specialize in heating/air conditioning, electrical, plumbing, carpentry and painting. The Franklin Street Zone is also responsible for maintaining the emergency power systems on the Monroe Park Campus.
The Main Street Zone is centrally located on the Monroe Park Campus. The major portion of classrooms fall within this zone, as well as the Cabell Library. We also serve University Student Commons, Cary Street Gym and the Mary and Frances Youth Center. The zone consists of 12 multicraft tradesmen that specialize in heating/air conditioning, electrical, plumbing, carpentry and painting.
The Clay/Leigh Street Zone is located on the MCV Campus and primarily serves the schools of Dentistry, Nursing and Pharmacy, supporting laboratory, classroom, administrative and clinical/patient care areas north of Marshall Street. In addition to the buildings on campus, the zone maintains the Inger and Walter L. Rice Center for Environmental Life Sciences, located in Charles City County — Virginia’s first LEED Platinum certified building. The zone comprises eight multicraft trade persons with specialties in heating/air conditioning, electrical, plumbing and carpentry.
The Marshall Street Zone is located on the MCV Campus and primarily serves the School of Medicine, supporting laboratory, classroom, administrative and clinical areas, south of Marshall Street. The zone comprises 10 multicraft trades persons with specialties in heating/air conditioning, electrical, plumbing and carpentry. Loading docks are supported by two dock masters with shipping and receiving, along with in-house delivery in Sanger Hall.
Sanger Hall, the Hermes A. Kontos Medical Sciences Building, the Molecular Medicine Research Building and Egyptian Building have two building managers assigned to provide personalized customer service to students, faculty, staff and visitors.