Project storage is classed as small or large.

Small is easy. In DL128 are student storage lockers. It is self serve and bring your own lock. There are description/contact sheets on a clipboard for posting inside of the locker.

If your project doesn't fit in a locker, then it is a Large project. Large projects need special handling and access. Please contact Mr. Silman for more information.

Include the following information in any communications:

What kind of work is DLC Labs supporting? Summary of Project

How long will storage be generally required? Planned Date in -and- Planned Date out

How often access is required? Time periods (Morning – Afternoon) Daily,Weekends, Weekly, Monthly,Next Year

What kind of resources are needed? Glue, Gasoline, Acetone, 120/240 electric, 208 3phase electric, Engine exhaust collection, Dust collection

When is the project completion date?

What are the details of the item to be stored? Gross Volume, Weight, Palletized, Hazards

Who is the project’s supervisor ( faculty member)? 

Who are the project team members?

Students studying in lab

About the lab

The Marquette Engineering program is design-focused and laboratory intensive. Many classroom and laboratory assignments are multidisciplinary and project-based. The Stan Jaskolski Discovery Learning Laboratory provides a fully equipped, on-site machine shop for design and production of prototypes, test fixtures or complex objects. It is a place where students explore the practical aspects of engineering.


Contact

Operations Engineer
Thomas A. Silman
(414) 288-5423
thomas.silman@marquette.edu