Lab Grades Green Building Potential
Nelson Hall becomes a living lab for sustainability education as students evaluate the building for LEED certification.
‘Building Doctors’ Deliver Energy Savings
Facilities experts optimize the HVAC systems in buildings across campus, improving efficiency and saving more than half a million dollars — so far — in energy costs.
Gateways Smooth Campus Edges
New gateways help mark the boundaries of NC State's 2,000-acre campus. Eventually, the campus could have as many as 18 gateways thanks to a master plan developed by university architects.
High Quality Is Goal of First BOCs
The effort to consolidate business services on campus took a big step forward with the announcement of the first two all-in-one centers. Get the details and find out why quality is the top goal.
A Step in the Right Direction
Need a little inspiration to get moving? Follow in the footsteps of 165 Facilities employees who walked enough to cross North Carolina, several times over.
Powering Down for the Holidays
NC State's energy-saving holiday plans call for lowering temperature settings and turning off lights and office equipment. Here's how you can help.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Irene, an NC State landscape crew and heavy equipment rolled into Elizabeth City to help a sister university.
Colby Earns Fellow Award
Jack Colby, assistant vice chancellor for Facilities Operations, will be honored July 17 in Atlanta with the Fellow Award from APPA, an international organization for educational facilities management.
Belltower Feeling Its Age
The Belltower stands tall but the iconic structure is starting to feel its age. Find out what's wrong.
Minimal Storm Damage on Campus
NC State suffered little damage in a weekend storm that battered the state, generating tornadoes that roared into Raleigh Saturday afternoon with wind speeds exceeding 100 mph.