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Moving Services requests will be coordinated by Environmental Services beginning in April. EVS will also handle table and chair requests for special events.

University EVS team will coordinate Moving Services and Special Event Support

Moving Services is making its own move. Beginning Monday, April 6, Moving Services and Special Event Support will move under Environmental Services at Augusta University.

In addition, the new method for requesting Moving Services or Special Event Support will be to email wmc@augusta.edu, which is where all service requests are sent for Facilities, maintenance and EVS services.

The new forms for Moving Services and Special Event Support have been placed on the Facilities website forms page and on the EVS page for ease of navigating and completing this new process.

Please note that the AU Move email address will be discontinued after April 3. You must use the correct email address. If you have any questions about the new process for moving or special event support, please contact Derek Thornton, director of Environmental Services for the university.

Surplus Property will remain with the university’s Logistics and Property unit. If you have surplus property to be picked up, you will continue to use the Surplus Property Form and email it to Logistics and Property. Questions about surplus or inventory may be directed to Sharon Bradish, manager of Logistics and Property.

Thanks for your patience as these teams work through this transition.

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Denise Parrish is Senior Communications Strategist for Operations at Augusta University. Contact her to schedule an interview on this topic or with one of our experts at 706-721-9566 or mparrish@augusta.edu.

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