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Facility Maintenance

The Blinn College District Facility Maintenance Program offers a variety of awards designed to prepare students for entry-level facility maintenance positions, including college credit degree plans that place students on the pathway to higher-wage positions in the industry.

Students in the program receive training in entry-level carpentry, HVAC, plumbing, and electrical skills for maintaining commercial and industrial buildings. All Blinn facility maintenance courses follow the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) curriculum, a nationally recognized curriculum developed with the cooperation of more than 125 construction CEOs, trade association officials, and academic leaders.

At Blinn, students can earn Blinn’s Occupational Skills Award and Level 1 and 2 certificates and their Associate of Applied Science Degree in Facility Maintenance.

Students study at the Agriculture and Workforce Education Complex located at the RELLIS Campus in Bryan. This 38,000-square-foot facility opened in June 2020 and is a collaborative partnership between the Texas A&M University System; the Texas A&M University Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communications; and the Blinn College District. The complex also includes a trades lab, where students will experience the hands-on application of skills discussed in the classroom.

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Phone: 979-830-4443 | 979-209-7205

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