UH Mānoa’s Marc McClintock awarded for maintenance excellence

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University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa custodian Marc McClintock has been honored with the President’s Award for Excellence in Buildings and Grounds Maintenance. The award is given to an individual who has exhibited sustained superior performance in a maintenance, landscaping, custodial or trucking position.

McClintock is known for going above and beyond his janitorial duties at the Campus Center Complex, from ensuring buildings all had proper air conditioning, to leading repair projects for the Meetings and Events office and Warrior Recreation Center.

Here’s what his fans have to say:

  • “He truly is a ‘one-stop-shop,’ because he can be counted on to be assigned a project, determine the solution, research the best value parts and order them and efficiently complete the project.”
  • “Marc has become the glue that keeps all the buildings going as he dependably dedicates his skills towards keeping our facilities running and looking good.”
  • “He is someone who truly cares about what he does, and he shows it through the quality of his work and wonderful attitude.”

McClintock demonstrates high standards and expectations of himself, serving as a shining example for his team. He is dedicated to the Campus Center and the students they serve.