The Facilities Services administrative offices are located in E65. The department is led by the Director of Facilities Services, Allan Knott. Facilities Services oversees operations, maintenance, grounds, custodial services, infrastructure, repair of existing pavements, and design, construction and renovation of projects. This includes 519,917 square feet of building space on 210 acres of property, 105,000 tons of air conditioning, 3 250 horse power boilers, and 8 elevators. Facilities currently employs 24 full time employees, 23 custodial staff and 5 part time employees.
Building maintenance includes general maintenance, key shop, and plumbing. Maintenance includes renovations, carpentry, painting, and construction. The key shop installs and repairs building and equipment lock systems, card access, brass keys and maintaining records of all keys issued on campus. Maintenance also produces all interior room signs.
The Grounds Department is responsible for the maintenance of all campus grounds. This includes grass, landscaped areas, trees, irrigation systems and refuse collection. Grounds also takes care of pavement maintenance for drives, parking lots and sidewalks; traffic signs, snow and ice control. Grounds is also responsible for fleet management.
The Operations Department is responsible for several different systems. Mechanical Systems which includes campus heating, ventilation, air conditioning, water, natural gas, fire sprinkler systems and sewage systems are operating properly. This includes the central chilled water plant and associated distribution systems.
The Custodial Department includes housekeeping operations including managing the contracted cleaning services; moving and storage of campus property; set-ups for activities and events and pest control.
The Receiving Department includes shipping and receiving; package delivery, and inventory. All mail services are with-in receiving which includes U.S. Mail, interoffice and district mail distribution. Receiving also over see's the campus underground fuel storage tanks.