Office Information

Lafayette Hall Building (LAH), Rooms 100A & 111
2201 Hull Road, Fayetteville, NC 28303
Phone Number
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Office Hours Monday - Friday
8:00AM to 5:00PM

About Facilities Services

Vcc view through atc fountain
The Facilities Services Department is responsible for the management of 78 staff performing:
  • Campus planning
  • Construction
  • Energy management
  • Fleet management
  • Housekeeping
  • Landscaping
  • Maintenance
  • Recycling
  • Renovations
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Mission Statement

To provide professional management and stewardship of campus facilities and grounds to support the learning environment of the college.  Courteous service to students, faculty, staff and visitors are an essential part of this mission.

About Facility Services Units

The Facilities Services Department is responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of all campus facilities and grounds, the renovation of existing buildings, and planning and construction of new facilities. Units within the department include Administration, Maintenance, Grounds, Housekeeping, Postal Services, and Project Management.


Administrative staff are responsible for the operation of the computerized work order management system, the scheduling of maintenance, administration of fleet vehicles, the close-out of completed work orders, the preparation of reports, and the purchase of all supplies and materials.


Facilities Services Contacts

Position Name Phone Email
Associate Vice President of Facilities Services      
Administrative Assistant/Coordinator of Events Amanda Colores 910-678-8212
Construction and Project Management Coordinator Rodney Rogers 910-678-8371
Facility Services Coordinator Denise Kinnison 910-678-8228
Grounds Supervisor Ashley Reid 910-678-8304
Housekeeping Supervisor Larry Cannon 910-678-8490
Maintenance Supervisor Scott Ivey 910-678-8520
Mail Distribution Donna Davis 910-678-8317
Secretary II Julie Wynne 910-678-8288

Energy Efficiency, Recycling & Sustainability

The FTCC Facilities Services Department is committed to implementing principles of sustainability, monitors and takes steps to reduce energy consumption, and maintains a robust recycling program.

Energy Efficiency

The management of energy & efforts to improve the energy profile of the campus are an important component of Facilities Services.  Some aspects are:

Replacing Lamps

  • Using a computerized Building Automated System (BAS) that schedules and controls the heating, ventilation & cooling equipment throughout campus.
    • Buildings are programmed to provide conditioned indoor air in an energy efficient manner.
  • The Facilities Department is in the process of converting all campus light fixtures to light- emitting diode (LED).
    • Interior fixtures are upgraded as renovation projects are performed
    • LED fixtures consume 50% less energy than traditional fluorescent fixtures
  • Occupancy sensors or timers have been installed on lights in low traffic areas such as storage rooms or bathrooms.
  • Monitor electric and water bills on a monthly basis, looking for variances and other anomalies. Such variances are promptly investigated in order to correct deficiencies.
  • The campus implemented a policies to
    • Drastically reduce energy consumption during breaks in the academic schedule
    • Encourages staff to turn off equipment and lights when not in use

Event & Room Scheduling

Scheduling of rooms and outdoor spaces, such as the Fayetteville Rose Garden & Student Terrace, can be accomplished through the use of the FTCC’s 25Live scheduling software.


Examples of Rooms Available for Scheduling


  • Advanced Technology Center – Conference Room  219
  • Center for Business & Industry – Conference Room
  • Cumberland Hall – Conference Room  373
  • Fayetteville Rose Garden
  • Horace Sisk – Conference Room
  • Horace Sisk – Gymnasium
  • Student Terrace
  • Tony Rand Student Center – Board Room
  • Tony Rand Student Center – Multi Purpose Room
  • Virtual College Center – Conference Room 203
  • Virtual College Center – Room 212

A complete list of rooms/spaces available for scheduling can be found in the 25Live application.

Who's Authorized to Reserve a Space at FTCC?

Faculty, Staff, and Non-Profit Organizations (501 C3 identified) may reserve space for events at Fayetteville Technical Community College.

Event Set Up Support

A work order should be submitted through the online work order system for event set-up support. Event support includes the set-up of tables and chairs, podiums, stages. A table/room arrangement drawings should be attached to the work order.


Facilities Services Forms

Moving Requests

Moves of faculty and staff within a building or to another building are complicated events that require coordination and oversight.  In addition, documentation of moves is essential for adequate management of campus space, and for management of computers, delivery of mail, and management of phone systems.


  • An office move involves the move of computers, file cabinets, miscellaneous office equipment. 
  • Phone system equipment, office furniture, desks, and chairs typically remain in place.

Project Management: Construction & Renovations

The Project Management unit contains three employees and is responsible for all long range capital planning, space planning, capital project management and administration. Also classroom and lab renovations, and small project administration.  Specific services include:

  • Capital Construction
  • Construction Estimating
  • Small Projects
  • Space Planning

Construction Planning Process

In the Fall of each calendar year, the Vice President for Administrative Services makes a request for all academic and support units regarding renovation needs for the upcoming fiscal year.  Upon receipt and review of all requests, a prioritized list of projects is developed and provided to Project Management for implementation.

Vehicle Requests

The Facilities Services Department operates a fleet of vehicles, for use by Faculty and Staff for work related travel requirements.

Fleet Composition

There are nine vehicles that are available for work related travel. View the chart for the composition:

Vehicle Type


Passenger Vehicle


Passenger Van (12 seat)


Mini Bus (28 seat)


A driver must have a commercial driver’s license (CDL) to drive the bus.

Work Orders

The campus uses an online work order system to generate and track requests for routine maintenance and facilities services work.  The online system can be accessed by clicking on a maintenance icon on your desktop computer.  Specific directions on how to fill out a work request are provided below.

Work orders can be requested for the following services:

  • Routine general maintenance to buildings, including:
    • Electrical (non functioning electrical outlets, light fixtures, bulb replacements)Painting (touch-up of existing painting)
    • Heating/cooling comfort levels
    • Minor Carpentry (doors, door closures, windows)
    • Plumbing (clogged toilets, drains or sinks, leaking pipes or faucets.)
    • Roof leaks, leaks through wall or windows
  • Non routine:
    • Cleaning
    • Restroom issues
    • Spills cleanup
  • Minor moves:
    • Boxes
    • File cabinets
    • Surplus furniture

Event set-ups (requester must attach the diagram of set up to the work order)
Note: Major moves are requested through submission of an F-11 form and require administrative approval.

(F-11; MS Excel)


Items that do not require a work order:


Emergencies are defined as those problems requiring immediate action to restore or avoid interruption of such essential services as electricity, water, gas, heat, air conditioning, and plumbing, or to correct those conditions which are considered hazardous to personnel or students, equipment and facilities (life safety).

  • Reporting During Normal Office Hours (8:00 a.m.-5:00 pm M-F): Situations which appear to require immediate maintenance or repair attention to either prevent or resolve an emergency should be reported by telephone to the Facilities Services office at 910.678.8228 or 910.678.8288.
  • Reporting After Normal Office Hours: At other times, telephone reports should be made to the Public Safety and Security Department 910.678.8433. It will be the responsibility of the Public Safety and Security to call in the appropriate individual to handle the problem.
Planned Maintenance

Routine housekeeping, grounds and mechanical maintenance work items are managed within the Facilities Services Department and do not require the submission of a work order by building occupants.

Renovation Projects

Renovations to facilities (carpet replacement, painting, classroom or lab upgrades, office) are requested through submission of a F-2 Estimate and C-21 Project Approval form and are subject to administrative review and approval.

How to Submit a Routine Work Order

Note: Work orders are processed on a first come, first serve basis. Allow at least five (5) working days for completion of work orders. Additional time may be needed for special requests, bidding of work, or material procurement.

Where do I start?

FTCC’s  Work Order  maintenance icon is located on  your office computer’s desktop. It is an orange icon with a hammer and wrench. Here is an example.

Work order desktop icon

Campus Facilities Overview

  • FTCC serves more than 41,000 students annually by providing over 190 occupational, technical, general education, college transfer, and continuing education programs.
  • The campus consists of 1,030,814 square feet of space in 30 buildings on 224.4 acres of land.
  • Besides the main campus in the City of Fayetteville on Hull Rd, there are two satellite campuses located in Town of Spring Lake and at Fort Liberty.
  • Three additional facilities are located throughout the City of Fayetteville.
  • FTCC is the 4th largest community college in the state, and boasts one of the largest Continuing Education departments.
  • Located adjacent to Fort Liberty, the college has provided education to the military and surrounding communities in Cumberland County since 1961.

Main Campus

The main campus consists of 23 buildings across 150 acres of land. The campus is located at 2201 Hull Rd, Fayetteville, NC 28303.

Building Name

Year Constructed/Acquired

Square Footage

Lafayette Hall



Maintenance Building



Cumberland Hall

1967, 1971,1976


Mechanical Building



Paul H. Thompson Library



Thomas R. McLean Administration Building

1973, 1999, 2009


Warehouse & Print Shop

1976, 1990


Horace Sisk Building



Security Hut



Grounds Storage



Neil Currie Building



Student Center



Grounds Office



Center for Business and Industry



Advanced Technology Center



Continuing Education Center



Health Technologies Center



Early Childhood Educational Complex



Auto Body Repair Complex



Cosmetology Services Education Center






Virtual College Center



General Classroom Building



TOTAL Main Campus

Fayetteville Campus Map



Fort Liberty Campus

The FTCC Fort Liberty Center provides counseling, registration, and testing services for the convenience of military personnel and their families, and associate degree programs based on military occupational specialty. It is located on Fort Liberty in the Liberty Training and Education Center at 4520 Knox Street F Wing, Bldg 1-3571, Fort Liberty, NC 28310.

Building Name

Year Constructed/Acquired

Square Footage

Liberty Training and Education Center




Fort Liberty Campus Map


Spring Lake Campus

The Spring Lake Campus consists of the Spring Lake Center, the Law Enforcement and Emergency Management Center, and the Mae Rudd Facility (Collision University Spring Lake). It is located at 171 Laketree Blvd, Spring Lake, NC 28390.

Building Name

Year Constructed/Acquired

Square Footage

Spring Lake Center



Mae Rudd/Collision University Spring Lake



Law Enforcement and Emergency Management Center




Spring Lake Campus Map



Other Fayetteville Tech Facilities

Building Name

Year Constructed/Acquired

Square Footage

Horticulture Education Center



Pauline Jones



Collision Repair & Refinishing Technology Center







Other Properties

Contained within the 224 acres of campus property total there is a vacant 58.63 acre parcel of property located on the western edge of Cumberland County located at the N/E intersection of South Reilly Road and Old Raeford Road. This property has the potential for future development.