The department provides routine housekeeping services 24 hours a day Monday through Friday (except legal holidays), 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. on Saturdays, and 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Sundays. Additional duties include: keeps academic and residential buildings clean; removes refuse from buildings; provides consultations, preparation, and cleanup for special events; replaces light bulbs in conjunction with physical plant staff; controls insects; provides emergency cleanup; collects for recycling service for academic buildings.
Chair, industrial hygiene monitoring, OSHA, EPA, federal and state regulatory compliance and risk management concerns are handled within this office.
Facilities Management has 135 employees including skilled trades workers, General Maintenance Workers, and clerical support. It is headed by the Assistant Vice President for Facilities Management with a team of department heads. Central office provides oversight, coordination and administrative direction for its departments. Facilities Management is part of the Division of Finance and Administration. (Pictured from left to right: Facilities Services Director David Cowan, Assistant Vice President Ron Fields, Planning & Construction Director Paul Corcoran, Environmental Health, Safety and Risk Management Director Chandler Holland, Physical Plant Director Terry Lewis, Building Services Director Jason McCue, and Office Manager Tony Francour.
The Facilities Services Area includes many different departments including Office Support Services, pictured here. The main Facilities Services Office hours are 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m M-F. Departments within Facilities Services include: Vehicle Operations (passenger fleet), Facilities Purchasing, Postal Services, Office Support Services, University Stores and Materials Management, and Receiving and Delivery Services. Additional responsibilities include: website and budget work for Facilities Management; campus-wide parking administration (not enforcement); transportation including leased campus buses, Maverick Shuttle, Red Eye Shuttles; bookstore contract compliance; traffic control; and hallway lockers.
Areas covered includebuilding repairs, heating and cooling plant engineering, energy management, HVAC services, electrical and electronic services, mechanical/electrical engineering, motor pool (maintenance fleet and garage), grounds maintenance and snow removal.