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Baron Pace, winner of the President's Classified Rookie of the Year Award, advises that team work is critical to success.
Dozens of employees also recognized for their years of service to the university.
How to use the Barrick Museum’s new exhibit to talk to your children about the environment.
Just leave the vampire eradication equipment and fire pits at home
UNLV’s Community Garden gets Hotel College students digging down to the root of sustainability, the environment, and what makes for the best veggies on your dinner plate.
From a new home for the Hotel College to student housing, needed parking and some new land, UNLV campus expansion was in the news in 2016.
From a med school on the rise to the world tuning into the Thomas & Mack — 10 moments that marked our year.
Christmas tree recycling begins Dec. 26 at more than 30 Southern Nevada locations; more than 20,000 trees recycled in 2015.
Keeping UNLV shady and green is one of the goals of this member of the university's tree crew.
As presidential debate draws near, campus improvements abound, making up for years of financial belt-tightening
A behind-the-scenes look at the Libraries and facilities management teams’ efforts to protect the historic book of the Bard’s works.
One of the Classified Employees of the Year, Andy DeLeon is described as an “invaluable source of expertise, motivation, and professionalism.”
The Lee Pascal Rose Garden is ready to bloom. Here's how this beautiful campus spot came to be.
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Facilities Management In The News
Now that the presents have been unwrapped, a Christmas tree recycling drive is beginning in Las Vegas. The University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and the Springs Preserve are heading a program that'll accept trees through Jan. 15 at more than 30 drop-off locations in and around Las Vegas.
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and the Springs Preserve are heading a program that'll accept trees through Jan. 15 at more than 30 drop-off locations in and around Las Vegas.
UNLV and community partners are asking local residents to consider recycling their Christmas trees again this holiday season.
The City of Henderson encourages residents to give their holiday trees a new lease on life through recycling. From December 26, 2015, through January 14, 2016, residents can drop off their live holiday trees during regular park hours at eight Henderson locations.
North Las Vegas now houses the largest residential recycling center in North America. Republic Services built the $35 million dollar facility and now they have to fill it.