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Facilities Operations Department: General Information



The Facilities Operations Department is a service organization responsible for the planning, construction, renovation, repair, and maintenance of all University buildings and facilities. The department provides and administers utilities, architectural and engineering services, grounds care, recycling programs, custodial services, and annual FIP-FMP programs. Our goal is to provide these services in a manner consistent with the University of Scranton's standards of excellence.

Services provided by the Facilities Operations Department include but are not limited to the following:

  1. General maintenance and custodial work in all academic and residence hall buildings, including the services of carpenters, electricians, plumbers, and HVAC mechanics to ensure a safe and adequate educational environment for academic and administrative functions.
  2. Maintenance of classrooms and public spaces including common space furnishings.
  3. Maintenance of walks, grounds, and limited maintenance of athletic facilities.
  4. Operation and maintenance of utilities.
  5. Custodial services.
  6. Elevator maintenance.
  7. Preventive maintenance for building systems.
  8. Energy conservation, including installation of equipment to conserve energy.
  9. Moving and set-up responsibilities.
  10. Management of building construction and renovation projects.
  11. Architectural consultation for small-scale projects.

Anyone with questions concerning the operation and services provided can call the department at Ext. 6267 or Ext. 7416.

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