Physical Facilities Planning and Management

O & M 200 - 773.995.2140 Office * 773-995-3291 Fax

Physical Facilities Planning and Management (PFPM) provide services which benefit the CSU Community to include students, staff, faculty and the neighboring community.  We share the goal of the University to support academic success by providing an educationally conductive campus environment in which to learn.  We create this environment by providing building maintenance, custodial services, landscaping and grounds maintenance, grounds equipment repair, furniture repair, moving services, project management, construction coordination, environmental, health and life safety services.

We strive to provide the CSU community with the most efficient and effective managerial methods, industry techniques and economic procedures for the operation of 163 acres campus which includes the Longwood Residence and Cottage Grove properties.  Our mission is to maintain, operate, renovate and plan for the campus while providing coordination, leadership and monitoring in the areas of Facilities Management, Facilities Maintenance and Facilities Capital Development.

PFPM develops and maintain the physical environment at CSU and is organized in the following units:

  • Facilities Management – This unit supports and interfaces with internal PFPM departmental units, the CSU departments and extended CSU community providing customer relations and communication. This unit is comprised of the following sections: Customer/Office Support Services, Business Services and Environmental Health/Life Safety.
  • Facilities Maintenance – This unit maintains repairs and oversees the assessment of the buildings and systems of the University. The unit is comprised of the following sections: Building Custodial Services, Carpentry, Electrician, Engineering, Grounds/Landscaping, Mechanics, Driver Helpers, Painting, and Plumbers.
  • Facilities Capital Development – This unit provides planning, management and oversight for building construction, remodeling, systems, and Capital Development Board (CDB) projects.