Regular building access, package delivery returns

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Regular building access, package delivery returns

Ed Kearney receives a package from FedEx's Mary Chandler.  Package delivery has been consolidated at the Facilities Management Shops on north 22nd St. There, the packages are sorted, logged in and the recipients notified to pick up the package or have it stored until they return.
Craig Chandler | University Communication
Ed Kearney receives a package from FedEx's Mary Chandler in the temporary central receiving station set up in April in the Facilities Management Shops on North 22nd Street. The university will return to regular package delivery and building access on Aug. 10.

As part of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s return to in-person, on-campus instruction for the fall semester, access to all campus facilities will return to normal schedules and deliveries will resume to buildings on Aug. 10.

The return to regular service will end the temporary central package receiving shop set up at the Facilities Management Shops in April.

University leaders continue to encourage employees to work remotely whenever possible. However, personnel may need to be present to receive packages in campus buildings. Guidelines to assist unit leaders with staffing decisions and alternative work arrangements are available in the July 23 COVID-19 update from Chancellor Ronnie Green.

Departments and units that have packages stored at the Facilities Management Shops can pick up items from 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays. Requests to have these packages delivered can be made via email to Tim Klein, inventory operations and building key manager, at Requests must include building name, recipient and tracking information.

Learn more about building access and the university’s ongoing response to COVID-19.

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