Facility Operations strives to be the service providers of campus and to assist our customers in achieving their missions. We want to provide state-of-the-art environments for learning, education and research for the campus community.
Workplace Services is made up of Data systems, Dispatch, Facility Managers, Fleet Services, Campus Building Access, Materials Shop and Work Planning. We manage the University's facility assets and workplaces efficiently and effectively for the needs and missions of the occupants and users.
"The services we provide are not merely to reduce costs, but to create value for the customer and University. By taking a customer-centric approach to facilities we can provide building occupants with the services they need to be successful in pursuing their organizational mission."
Campus Utility Services is made up of Building Operations, Energy Management, Facility Coordinators, Electric Shop, Electronics Shop, HTW Plant, Heating and Ventilation Shop, Plumbing Shop, and Refrigeration Shop. We operate facility systems and components to provide functionality efficiently and to improve occupants and use operations. We also maintain the facility assets to minimize the total cost of ownership and maximize the occupant and user operations.
"The achievements of Campus Utility Services are the results of partnerships between each employee in each shop collaborating towards one goal; to deliver safe, timely and cost effective service to those in the University Community."
Campus Support Services is made up of Carpentry, Paint, and Roofing; Custodial Services; Heavy Equipment and Moving; Landscape Maintenance; Metal, Machine, and Sign Work; Recycling and Waste Management. We provide services to the workplace and occupants that enhance their ability to succeed.
"As the Campus Support Services Department we strive to provide a clean, safe, and aesthetically appealing environment for the campus community. We feel that by creating this type of environment the students and occupants on campus will strive, in their educational pursuits and their direct missions, to better serve the University."