Below is general information, guidelines and links that are required for the diverse group within EOAS.
Alan Michels is in charge of ordering/handling all building keys for the EOAS department. Alan is located in the Carraway Building, Room 112. He may be reached by phone at (850) 644-6862 or by email at email@example.com.
Policies and Procedures for requesting keys are as follows:
The shop is equipped primarily as a machine shop to build scientific equipment that are not commercially available. Dave Oliff runs the shop and can work with most metals and those plastics with good machining properties (e.g. acrylic). There is some capability for welding, sheet metal work, and woodworking. Within these limitations, the staff tries to build almost anything. Some examples include, air samplers, water samplers, sediment samplers, incubation chambers, and laboratory filter holders.
If you have a deadline, you should start planning as soon as possible. Bring the shop into the planning process when the proposal is being written, and keep the shop informed as the project progresses. Generally, the shop mostly handles small (day or less to complete) to medium (less than a few weeks) size jobs in order to accommodate all users needs. For more information on ordering materials, designing and fabricating equipment you can reach Dave via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (850) 644-6268.
There are 16 vehicles within EAOS department:
Clearly print the driver’s full name and contact phone number.
In case of accident: