Facilities Management Vision Statement
Exercising professional excellence in support of, and influencing the Fresno State sustainable environment that promotes a sense of space | a sense of place | a sense of arrival.
About Facilities Management
Facilities Management provides the campus community a wide range of services in order to better serve our current students and the students of tomorrow. We are a dedicated team of professionals that emphasizes the integration of our collective expertise.
Consisting of nine unique areas of skilled trades personnel, Facilities Operations maintains over 50 different campus buildings and responds to over 12,000 different work requests, as well as offering support for Farm, Athletics, and Auxiliaries & Foundation buildings. Operations areas of expertise include: Carpentry, Lock Shop, Electrical, Plumbing, HVAC, Paint, Metal, Project Supervision, and the Facilities Operations Warehouse. The skilled trades are on call 24/7 to mitigate emergencies on an unsleeping campus that is its own small city.
- Service Center
- Facilities Warehouse & Asset Management
- Custodial Services
- The custodial team is committed to providing a clean, safe and healthy environment for the campus community. They service approximately 2,000,000 square feet of space across the breadth of more than 70 buildings. Three shifts of custodians trained in the most current environmentally sustainable products and methods move through the campus daily, cleaning and sanitizing surfaces, vacuuming, mopping, waxing, and managing waste disposal. They are also responsible for supporting campus events, which includes setup, takedown, and any preemptive or post-event cleaning.
- Landscape & Grounds
- A distinct team of gardening specialists, irrigation specialists, grounds workers, and equipment operators makes up the Landscape Services & Grounds team to keep Fresno State’s outdoor teaching lab in bloom. In 1979, Fresno State achieved official arboretum status, and it is this team that works diligently to keep the tree population at its optimal number and health for all to enjoy. This crew services 388 acres on the main campus and works daily in the Athletics facilities.
The Planning, Design and Construction (PDC) unit is responsible for the long and short-term campus planning and the implementation of strategic solutions for the University’s space needs. The PDC provides support for various phases of major and minor capital construction projects and auxiliary projects including both new construction and renovations occurring on campus and off-campus like the Campus Pointe development. To maximize space utilization, the unit works with university administration and faculty to develop academic space programs for the campus and other University properties, including new buildings, renovations, tenant improvements, and satellite campus facilities.