Cameron Students posing for a picture on Campus

Campus Engineers

The Campus Engineers maintain, operate, repair, and secure Cameron University's mechanical, electrical, heating/air conditioning systems, and plumbing facilities. In addition, campus engineers:

  • Maintain public health through the mechanical systems
  • Maintain ventilation and filtering systems
  • Conduct asbestos evaluations
  • Perform safety inspections
  • Oversee utility construction
  • Monitor and maintain fire alarm systems
  • Assist in new building planning
  • Design assistance regarding mechanical systems
  • Perform chemical treatments
  • Perform waste treatments
  • Conduct treatment of water resources
  • Manage energy systems
  • Maintain all hydraulic and pneumatic systems

In addition, Campus Engineers Campus Engineers also operate the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems as needed for University sponsored and/or approved events.

Preventive Maintenance

Preventive maintenance is an integral part of the Campus Engineers. To prevent emergencies and equipment breakdown, Campus Engineers conduct ongoing preventive maintenance of equipment on and within Cameron University. These preventive measures include inspections, lubrications, filter and belt changes, and cleaning. Maintenance work is performed according to the manufacturer's recommended maintenance procedures. Campus Engineer's preventive maintenance responsibilities include those mandated by government regulation, local and state codes, and insurance requirements. Many of these responsibilities, such as fire alarm testing, are designed to ensure the safety of building occupants.

Work Requests are performed by Campus Engineers and may be requested by faculty or staff by filling out a Work Request. Some of these repairs include:

  • Dripping faucets
  • Fix interior light fixtures
  • Replacement of light bulbs
  • Repairing of sewer systems
  • Repairing of fume hoods
  • Adjustment of heating and cooling temperatures within a building
  • Power outages
  • Adjust building ventilation and fan systems
  • Repairing of refrigerators

Cameron University Campus Engineers are composed of very skilled and experienced Engineers. Campus Engineers combine over 225 years of experience with 60 years plus in Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration, 70 years plus in Electrical Services and Control Work, and 95 years plus in Plumbing Services and Construction. Some of their technical training, licenses, and certifications include:

  • Oklahoma State Mechanical Journeyman licenses
  • Oklahoma State Boiler and Pressure Vessel Licenses
  • Mechanical Contractor Licenses
  • Amana HTM Equipment Certifications
  • Carrier Heat Pump/Gas Fired Equipment Certifications
  • Manitowoc Ice Machines Certifications
  • Wolf Corporation Equipment Certifications
  • American Yazaki Corporation Certifications
  • SMC Technologies Water Treatment and Energy Certifications
  • Federal Corporation Pneumatic Controls Certifications
  • Refrigeration Service Engineers Society Certifications
  • Environmental Support Solutions VGI Type Certifications
  • MACS Mobile Air Conditioning For Refrigerant 12 Certifications
  • Carrier Certified For Carrier "PURON" Refrigerants
  • Pameco Corporation Gas Furnace Certifications
  • Universal Refrigerant Licenses
  • Plumbing Contracting Licenses
  • Journeyman Plumbing Licenses
  • Commercial Wiring Course Certifications
  • EPA Refrigerant Processing Certifications