Facilities Services Guide

Our Mission By The Numbers KU Facilities Management Maintains:  289 Total Acres  2.5 million sq. ft. of space  67 buildings  5+ miles of electrical distribution lines & conduits  3 miles of steam lines  6.5 miles of water lines  2 water storage towers  8.5 miles of storm water management lines  3.5 miles of sanitary sewer lines  5 sewage lift stations  3 miles of natural gas lines  Over 4 miles of roadway  8 miles of walkways  500+ exterior lights  More than 2 million sq. ft of parking lots  Over 2300 trees  More than $350,000,000 in physical plant assets How Do We Accomplish Our Mission? Through the dedication, commitment, and professionalism of over 150 employees working 3 shifts, 7 days a week!! “Dedication is the hours we put in when nobody is watching” -Unknown “Individual commitment to a group effort – that is what makes a team work, a company [university] work, ….” -Vince Lombardi “The real opportunity for success lies within the person and not in the job” -Zig Ziglar AVP Message The Facilities Management employees are a team of highly dedicated, motivated and committed professionals striving to provide the highest level of service in support of the University mission. The task before them is daunting and complex. The KU population is al- most twice that of Kutztown Borough and slightly exceeds the popula- tion of Maxatawny Township. In essence, Kutztown University is a small town with all of the associated needs and complexities. The Facilities Management purpose is twofold: Service and Stewardship. We provide facility related services to support and facili- tate the academic and public service missions of the University. It is our goal to provide quality services in a timely manner. Facilities Man- agement is also tasked to be the stewards of the buildings and other physical assets of the University – a fiduciary responsibility we take very seriously. Our stewardship is to the students of the University and taxpayers of Pennsylvania to ensure the allocated funds they pro- vide are expended wisely to maintain these physical assets. Our stew- ardship is also to future generations of students, faculty, staff, and community members who will follow in our footsteps. The goal is to leave the University better than we received it and pass on a legacy of good stewardship to future generations. We are always striving to improve and make our services more readily accessible to our customers. This Facilities Service Guide is intended to provide a summary of services offered and how you can obtain those services. If you need further assistance or clarification, please contact the Work Control Center at x31594 or stop by our offic- es along Baldy Road. We would love to see you! Terry D. Brown, CEFP, CCM, LEED AP Assistant Vice-President, Facilities Maintenance and Construction Assistant Vice President