Physical Plant utilizes more than 100 full-time and part-time staff. This highly skilled group is responsible for maintenance of campus facilities, grounds, and infrastructure. The department also manages facility construction, renovation, building and utility maintenance, grounds, custodial, motor pool, and employee housing programs.
Responsive repair services with trained and professional technicians
Preventive maintenance services to prevent breakdowns and extend the life of components
Aesthetically creative and functional campus grounds that employ environmentally friendly horticultural practice
Optimal efficiency of facilities in utility consumption by incorporating more efficient devices and controlling peak demands
Physical Plant is an academic teaching tool whereby faculty and students can utilize them in relative studies, free to learn from and experiment with the physical campus as a sustainable laboratory.