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Facilities Operations and Maintenance
More than meets the eye…
A Division of the Facilities Services Department
of Campus Planning and Facilities Management
at The University of Texas at Austin
Putting it all together…
Maintenance
Operations
Replacement
and Renewal
Program
At Facilities Operations and Maintenance,
we are:
Facilities
Operations
and
Maintenance
Building
Operations
• Collaborative stakeholders in the university’s
academic and research missions
• Technically proficient
• Good stewards of the university’s time and money
Energy and
Water
Conservation
Program
Engineering
and Technical
Support
We want to be your
service provider of choice.
Facilities
Operations
and
Maintenance
Technical Expertise
Facilities Operations and Maintenance employees respectively hold 252
academic degrees, trade licenses, certifications, and other relevant credentials.
Facilities
Operations
and
Maintenance
Good Stewards:
What Facilities Operations and Maintenance
Means to UT
•
Achieving the expected life of our building systems and equipment
•
Improved asset reliability – fewer repairs and replacements
•
Reduced downtime – less disruption to campus community
•
More efficient service at a lower cost
•
Proper diagnosis and treatment of maintenance issues
•
Proactive methods using preventive/predictive techniques
Maintenance
Operations
Replacement
and Renewal
Program
Facilities
Operations
and
Maintenance
Building
Operations
Facilities Operations and Maintenance
Management Team
Management
Team
Energy
and Water
Conservation
Program
Dan Clairmont
Associate Director for
Facilities Operations and Maintenance
Engineering
and
Technical
Support
Zach Adcock
Mark White
Randy Hooper
Ana Thiemer
Manager
Maintenance Operations
Manager
Building Operations
Manager
Engineering and Technical Support
Manager
Renovation and Renewal Program
Energy and Water Conservation Program
Maintenance Operations
Our customer satisfaction survey says:
Our overall “scorecard” average range is 90-95 percent
Services By Location
•
Main Campus Zones:
Zone 1
Zone 3
Zone 2
Zone 4
•
Dell Pediatric Research Institute (DPI)
•
Lyndon B. Johnson (LBJ) Library
•
Pickle Research Campus (PRC):
•
Additional satellite locations
Zone Maintenance
Chilling Station
Fire Safety Systems
Fire-life-safety systems (left)
and fire pump (right)
A properly maintained sprinkler system is activated, significantly
reducing physical damage to the site, and saving lives.
Maintenance Operations
Services By Type
License or Certification Required
Clocks and
Bells/Carillon
Carpentry Repairs
Specialized
Environments
Fountains, Pools,
and Turtle Pond
Door Repairs
Electrical Systems
Specialized
Equipment
Repair
After Hours/Holidays
Maintenance Services
Steam and
Plumbing Systems
Special Events
Heating, Ventilation,
Air Conditioning
and Refrigeration
Systems (HVACR)
Lighting Systems
Proactive Maintenance
Instrumentation
& Controls
Building Operations
Facilities Monitoring
Building Automation
Systems (BAS) Analysis
& Programming
Building Optimization
Team (BOT)
Around-the-clock monitoring of automated building
systems helps to limit downtime and prevent loss.
BAS analysts provide trouble-shooting and
diagnostics to improve building operation
performance and reduce energy consumption.
BOT assesses how existing building equipment
and systems work together, then assist with
repairs to increase building and energy efficiency.
Engineering and Technical Support
Arc Flash Analysis Program
Engineering Support
Providing technical advice helps our teams
improve operational efficiency, prioritize
projects, and solve system issues.
Warranty and Commissioning
Watchful warranty servicing
protects our investments.
Providing compliance
standards and guidelines
at UT for working on
electrical systems
Reviewing projects—from start to finish—helps
UT construct a better building with systems that
work as intended.
Engineering and Technical Support
Maintenance Operations Support
Zone 1 supervisor
consults with engineer
Contracted Maintenance
Management
When highly specialized equipment or service for
critical operations are needed, oversight of those
contracts helps us get the desired outcomes safely
and efficiently.
Improving fume hoods, greenhouses,
building automation controls, and budget
modeling are all part of the Maintenance
Improvement Initiative (MI2).
Refrigerant
Monitoring
Program
Ensuring Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA) compliance for handling
refrigerant
Energy and Water
Conservation Program
Our 2020 Vision –
Conservation Goals
•
Reduce energy use by 20%
•
Reduce water use by 20%
•
Do it by 2020
TM
Dual Approach: Behavioral & Technical
Your Energy & Water Conservation Team
Energy Engineer measures air flow
EWC Initiatives
TM
Energy Conservation Scorecard
TM
Baseline
Year
Total Energy Reduced – Fiscal Years 2009-2013
0%
Total %
Reduction
(Cumulative)
% Remaining
to Goal by 2020
-2%
Percentage Reduced
Fiscal Year
-4%
Baseline
2009
0.0%
20.0%
2010
-1.0%
19.0%
2011
-6.7%
13.3%
2012
-7.9%
12.1%
-12%
2013
-12.4%
7.6%
-14%
-6%
-8%
-10%
Fiscal Years
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Data Source: ENURGY
Replacement and
Renewal Program
Prioritization of Projects
Facility Condition
Assessments
Funding Management
•
Balancing priorities
and available
resources
Inter-departmental team reviewing
project criteria
•
20,000 square feet in size or
above
170 buildings across four
sites
•
Provides overall view and
source of data on the
condition of our facilities
•
Vital source of information to
ensure effective and efficient
use of funds

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