Corrective and Planned Maintenance
Plant Operations is responsible for ensuring heating, air conditioning and other equipment
functions properly. We perform preventative maintenance in addition to handling other
Plant Operations uses SchoolDude for the submission and management of maintenance requests. At least one person in
each department should have access to SchoolDude. To request access, contact Plant
Please submit all requests for maintenance using a SchoolDude work order. If there is an immediate need for service, submit a SchoolDude work order and also
call the Plant Operations Department at 215-871-6750. If you are unable to speak to someone, please call Public Safety from 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. After 4 p.m., contact the duty engineer at 610-305-5662.
Please submit all requests for maintenance using a SchoolDude work order. In the event there is an immediate need for service, submit a SchoolDude
work order and also call the PCOM Georgia Plant Operations Department at 678-225-7458. If you are unable to reach someone, please call 215-805-9050.
Work Request Categories
Work requests are categorized as follows:
Maintenance emergencies include health hazards, safety hazards or severe damage. If
there is a maintenance emergency, contact Plant Operations immediately:
PCOM - 215-871-6750
PCOM Georgia - 678-225-7458
PCOM South Georgia - 229-668-3151
In an emergency situation, you may also contact Public Safety:
PCOM - 215-871-6351
PCOM Georgia - 678-225-7451
PCOM South Georgia - 229-668-3290
Public safety personnel can quickly communicate with Plant Operations staff.
Any maintenance issue that interferes with a department’s ability to perform its primary
duties is considered urgent. Plant Operations will respond to these requests within
24 hours of notification.
Routine service calls include inconvenient and problematic maintenance situations.
These issues will be addressed within eight working days of notification.
This category includes minor repairs, seasonal work and facility improvements. This
work will be scheduled when approved by the Chief Facilities Officer.