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The following “tweets” are taken from the Physical Plant Twitter account (@MSUPhysPlant). The bolded text are the names of the Twitter users who sent the tweets.
@NikiRudolph: Love @MSUPhysPlant! My tables are 4 hours early, and, as always, staff are so helpful.
@KaraEyde: Sad that it’s my last day working at @MSUPhysPlant, but so happy with the experiences I have had here! #MSU
@CrazyMSULady: Hi @MSUPhysPlant !! Looking forward to seeing you in September. ;) #GoGREEN
@MSUHenryCenter: @MSUPhysPlant We will see you tomorrow for the Professional Grounds Management Society Conference! Looking forward to it!
@MSUAA: Shouts @MSUPhysPlant! I have greatempathy for Stadium Tower custodial crew. Working hard getting ready for U2 on Sunday.
@internatstate: @MSUPhysPlant Three cheers for #MSU Phys Plant! When we say Go Green, you say __________________ !
@MSUTriGeek: Captain Construction looks happy to celebrate construction awareness day! @MSUPhysPlant
@aquandiary: #MSU earns ‘bike friendly’ campus award. As a cyclist I say, THANKS! to @MSUPhysPlant & @msubikes
@lynnegoldstein: @MSUPhysPlant The wonderfulsmell & look of the clusters of lilac bushes!
Larry Hall, electrician II, received the following e-mail from Gus Gosselin, director of Building Services:
Yesterday, at lunch, I ran into Bill Latta, assistant vice president for Administration, who wanted me to know that he appreciated the help that you provided him on Sunday afternoon to assemble a bookshelf. Your excellent customer skills are appreciated as you help all of us to be the service provider of choice to our campus customer base. Please keep it up!
Deb Russell, structural/paint skilled trades supervisor, received the following e-mail from Kaye Mueller from the Lear CareerCenter:
I just wanted to pass along how much I love my desk— it looks wonderful. Everyone in the office has come in today to let me know how much they like it as well. Thank you for helping to make it happen and a huge thank you to Nick Rowe (carpenter II) who helped me to create my vision. He was awesome from start to finish. He is an asset to your team.
Dean Geisenhaver, structural planner/inspector/analyst II, received the following e-mail from Eileen Wilson, assistant dean for Undergraduate Education and Academic Services:
I just want you to know Steve Rondeau’s (carpenter II ) work has been exceptional. He is terrific to work with, is a true craftsman and is prompt. Please let him know he
rocks in the eyes of Business Undergrad/UAS. Thanks for everything you have done for the fourth floor Eppley Center renovation. It is truly world class.
Landscape Services Manager Gerry Dobbs received the following e-mail from Will Gasper, Ferris State University grounds manager, regarding the Professional Grounds Management Society seminar:
I just wanted to tell you what a wonderful job you and your crew did last week. It has been a very long time since I have enjoyed myself as much as I did last Thursday and Friday. You and your staff were wonderful hosts, and I greatly appreciate all that you did for all of us attendees.
This issue we'd like to give special thanks to all of those committed individuals that worked on the U2 concert. Putting on a large-scale event like this requires the excellent work and dedication of many individuals. Read more to discover the Physical Plant employees behind this memorable event.