Facilities News

L&C Welcomes Bryan Scism as Director of Operations of Facilities

Bryan comes to us as with over 12 years of experience in facilities management and capital construction. As an Air Force veteran, he has extensive experience in the federal sector, but is coming to campus after spending the last three years as an assistant professor at University of Portland teaching leadership and military history. With experience both in the classroom and as a facility professional, Bryan brings a unique perspective to his new position having been on both sides of the campus perspective. Bryan has an undergraduate degree in civil engineering from Virginia Tech and is a Certified Energy Manager. He is graduating in December with a graduate degree in Higher Education Administration from University of Louisville. He enjoys spending time outdoors with his wife Amber and kids Breck (8) and Avery (7).

Looking for Fall Semester Work?

If you have ever wanted to be a part in working to preserve our unique College, earn some money while staying on campus, and have flexible hours for study? Look no further, Facilities Services has exciting job opportunities for you!

Check out our open position in the WorkDay Link

CAS Student Parking and Transportation Survey

This week, we need your participation in a short 5 minute commuting survey.

L&C Welcomes David Ernevad to Lead Facilities Services

Ernevad has 22 years of experience working in the built environment industry, with the last eight years in higher education. Most recently, David served as the director of Facilities Operations and Capital Projects for Seattle Central College where he oversaw campus master planning, capital construction, physical plant engineering, custodial services, and mail and receiving.

Important Guidance for the Fall Semester

We are incredibly eager to welcome you back to campus! To that end, we are working diligently to put a plan in place that will keep our community safe during on-campus, in-person instruction this fall.

Estate Garden Restoration - Phase 2

In an effort to revitalize the Estate Garden, we will be breaking ground on the remaining terrace lawns starting Monday, October 3rd.

Earthquake Risk and Readiness at Lewis & Clark

Lewis & Clark’s earthquake readiness team presents this 30-minute informational seminar.

New electric vehicle charging stations

With the assistance of capital funding for sustainable transportation infrastructure, Lewis & Clark will be home to two new electric vehicle charging stations this September.