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Sustaining MIT’s Past, Present and Future

Facilities staff are always here supporting the Institute. Twenty four hours a day, seven days a week. Through rain and especially snow, our staff carries on so that the MIT community can move forward.

Whether we’re repairing aging systems or breaking ground on a new research building, our staff solve problems and keep the Institute working.

On these web pages you’ll find forms to order our services, learn what you can recycle and how construction will impact your commute. Speaking of commuting, there’s also information on alternatives on getting to work. So, go ahead and click on our pages!

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Access MIT...for free!
The Access MIT program offers free public transit to MIT employees and postdocs, and offers a variety of affordable, low-carbon transportation options. This new employee benefit rolls out this month and gives commuters flexibility to choose, day-to-day, how they get to campus. Visit the Card Office in Building W20 today to get your new MIT ID card with the embedded free t-pass. Read the news story.

Visit the Access MIT page to learn about this and other new commuter benefits.

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This season at MIT

Home Maintenance 101: a discussion with Facilities' Repair & Maintenance and Grounds Services Supervisors

Thursday, April 13 | Noon - 1:30 PM
Room 76-156

Facilities' very own carpenters, electricians, plumbers, painters and landscapers will share tips for what to do and what to avoid in home and yard maintenance and repair. They will focus on tips for spring and summer projects.

Panelists: Mike Giambrone, Dave Hingston, John Ledbury, Norman Magnuson, Ron Nestor, Sogna Scott, and Joe Vella

Please send questions ahead of time to the
Work Life Center (subject line: Fixing Home).

Register today.

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