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Clinton Center is the university's maintenance control and inventory center.
Opened in 1979, the building contains offices for the physical plant, facilities planning, environmental health and safety, maintenance (carpentry, electrical, grounds, HVAC, masonry, lockshop, painting, and plumbing), and inventory. It is also the maintenance and storage facility for the campus's state vehicles.
Occupancy Date: 1979
Square Feet: 45,700
The building was named for DeWitt Clinton, the New York governor responsible for construction of the Erie Canal.