Our facilities are maintained by approximately 250+ Facilities Management employees working as a team to provide the following services:
- Asbestos Management
- Custodial Services
- Planning, Design and Construction
- Campus Renovations and Campus Master Plan
- Vehicle Maintenance
- Housing and University Center Maintenance
- Landscaping and Grounds Maintenance
- Painting and Signage
- Plumbing Systems
- Thermal Energy
- Electrical Systems
- Energy Management Control
The Office of Facilities Management oversees all phases of campus facilities maintenance. Our mission is "To provide well maintained and clean campus facilities while providing an environment that attracts and retains students and encourages the pursuit of knowledge, truth and excellence. We are also committed to effective campus master planning and energy conservation management, allowing for the orderly development and renovation of campus facilities to meet the ever changing demands of the academic and research community.
Facilities Management is continually looking for help to identify new ways to make our campus more comfortable and secure for all UTA Students, Faculty and Staff. Please feel free to email or call us at 2-3571 with any suggestions that may help achieve this goal.
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The Mission of The Office of Facilities Management at The University of Texas at Arlington is to provide well maintained and clean campus facilities providing an environment that attracts and retains students and encourages the pursuit of knowledge, truth, and excellence.
The Office of Facilities Management is committed to providing high quality professional services to the campus community in a timely, cost effective manner. Effective campus master planning will allow for the orderly development and renovation of the campus facilities and grounds to meet the many changing demands of the academic community taking advantage of the latest and planned technological advancements.