While UHa, as it is known, has an exterior appearance of accomplishments and productivity, it's working conditions for the University's non-union staff bordered on unorganized, misunderstood ramblings of persons either unqualified to hold positions of management, or not fully comprehending exactly what was involved to complete a job to satisfaction.
Often times materials and resources required to undertake even the simplest of repairs were unavailable. Duties were assigned to various departments without basic knowledge of the department's responsibilities and purpose. Interdepartmental cooperation was non-existent, and talking to students/parents/faculty was discouraged by the various Facilities Supervisors.
Overall, the idea of working as a carpenter at UHa greatly exceeded the actual experience.