Facilities/Construction Management, Parking and Transportation, the University of Houston Police Department, UH Athletics, Fire & Life Safety, and other UH departments invited Houston-area community partners to campus in February to launch a new program aimed at helping the university facilitate better partnership collaboration from a logistics standpoint.
The University of Houston Facilities/Construction Management and the University of Houston Police Department continue to clean up the bicycle racks to maintain an adequate number of bicycle parking spaces on campus and maintain the overall aesthetics of our campus.
This December, University of Houston faculty and staff will close their office doors and head home to spend time with loved ones. However, while we are all recharging, there may be energy wasted in our campus buildings. Remember to power-down before leaving for the holiday break!
University of Houston Facilities/Construction Management has over 125 in-house custodians and close to the same number of contract custodians. This is the largest team within the department and is led by Senior Director Liliana Simmonds.
UH System Facilities leaders and business partners gathered to collaborate, network and gain knowledge at the 2022 UHS Facilities Forum. This year’s theme was “Digging Deeper into Sustaining Our Evolving Environment.” The event was attended by members of staff at the University of Houston, University of Houston-Downtown, University of Houston-Victoria and University of Houston-Clear Lake.
June 2021, an exciting new recognition program was begun to celebrate the Facilities/Construction Management purpose of Building Futures, Maintaining Excellence. Custom created UH F/CM coins began to be distributed to F/CM team members committed to the Building Futures, Maintaining Excellence mindset.
With the re-emphasize on employee excellence in 2019, Facilities/Construction Management has recognized department team members who contributed to the success of the academic year. In 2020 and 2021, the recognitions were virtual but 2022 was back in-person.
It is time to begin construction on The Hub. With the recent groundbreaking event on 22 April for The Hub project, Facilities/Construction Management is ready to move forward with the construction phase.
Imagine losing a key to a university classroom, a campus building, or a room full of servers, and that experience quickly turns into a security risk, especially when you have close to 23,000 keys circulating in the university.