to the Buildings
& Grounds Department
The Buildings and Grounds Department is responsible for the maintenance and capital improvement projects for all buildings in the district. The department is also responsible for areas such as health and safety, indoor air quality, operations and grounds care.
Below is a quick overview of the four sub-departments within the Buildings & Grounds Department:
The maintenance department is responsible for the general maintenance and up keep of all buildings in the district. The staff consists of six maintenance specialists including the working foreman. Work includes the repair and maintenance of all building systems such as heating and ventilation, electrical distribution and lighting, and water and sewer. The maintenance department employees are also responsible for carpentry projects, all renovation projects and grounds work including all lawns and sports fields.
The Custodial Department consists of 27 custodial staff members who are responsible for the cleaning and upkeep of the facilities, using Standard Operational Procedures. Each facility has one head custodian, with some facilities having additional custodial staff which report to the head custodian of that facility.
Central Copy consists of one staff member who receives, completes and returns copying and laminating requests from staff throughout the district. This same individual also serves as receiving agent for all shipments.
Safety and Environmental Programs
The Safety and Environmental Programs Department is responsible for safety inspections of the facilities, water testing, energy management programs, and various other governmental programs such as care and control of asbestos containing material, handicap accessibility (ADA), and Chemical Right to Know (SARA Title III). Currently one field worker works directly with the Supervisor of Buildings and Grounds.
Buildings and Grounds Standards
Buildings and Grounds Facility Assessment