Across the state, many AgriLife personnel are responding to significant damage from the recent winter storm, and that damage extends to many AgriLife facilities and labs. We want you to have everything you need to perform your work, and we are committed to ensuring repairs and restorations occur as efficiently, and quickly, as possible. Below is an update on what’s being done.
For on-campus damage, we have been in direct contact with Texas A&M Facilities and Operations Department, who have prioritized damage repair across campus in the following priority areas:
- Priority 1: Routine clean-up on isolated issues.
- Priority 2: Getting classrooms back in order for students’ return to campus on Wednesday, February 24.
- Priority 3: Repairing or rebuilding major damage to infrastructure.
We will handle off-campus damage separately based upon urgency.
To help us determine the extent of damage to your facilities, labs, classrooms, animals, plants or samples, either on or off campus, we ask that you complete this form. Your responses will allow our team to review damage holistically and make plans for resource allocation.
For further questions or concerns, please contact:
- On campus: David DeLeon, director for facilities and construction, Texas A&M AgriLife, 979-862-2688, email@example.com
- Off campus: Jimmy Dunn, construction engineer, Texas A&M AgriLife, 979-845-2180, firstname.lastname@example.org
We know this has been a difficult and challenging time for all. Please let us know if there is anything more we can do to help.
Patrick J. Stover, Ph.D.
Vice Chancellor and Dean for Agriculture and Life Sciences
Director, Texas A&M AgriLife Research