Material production is at the heart of the course of study as well as research and creative practice activities of the School of Architecture. As a result, the School of Architecture facilities are integral to the mission of the school and are open 24/7. Undergraduates and Master students are assigned space in Studio every semester, and Graduate Students are signed individual spaces in the PhD Room. In addition, faculty use the facilities for their research and creative practice. The Facilities Coordinator supports the day-to-day building operations of the School of Architecture, including the Architecture Building and Embodied Computation Laboratory (ECL), faculty research labs, department teaching programs, and student design work and research. This diverse role manages, coordinates, and at times implements all building maintenance, renovations, moves, transfers, and repair projects for the School. It also handles facility requests and maintenance, coordinating with the School’s laboratory technicians and building services staff at the University’s Office of Facilities, and provides event and other School activity or program set-up and services support. The Coordinator acts as the main point of contact within the School of Architecture staff for both building occupants and facilities offices, and will report to the Dean of the School of Architecture and the Department Manager.
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