FACILITIES MANAGEMENT

MISSION STATEMENT

The Facilities Management Department supports the University of Redlands’ mission to educate both the mind and the heart by acting as good stewards of the University’s physical and environmental resources. Facilities Management is a team of customer service oriented professionals who value our unique cultural diversity.

LOCATION
On the southwest corner of Brockton and Grove.

ADDRESS
955 North Grove Street, Redlands, CA 92374

OFFICE HOURS
Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 12:00pm, 1:00pm to 5:00pm

WAREHOUSE HOURS
Monday through Friday, 7:00am to 11:45am, 1:00pm to 3:45pm

CONTACT
(909) 748-8020, facilities@redlands.edu

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What We Do

  • Custodial service
  • Building maintenance
  • Grounds management
  • Heating and air conditioning (HVAC) services
  • Management of campus utilities (water, electricity, and gas)
  • Energy production (combined heat and power)
  • Oversight of new construction
  • Building renovations
  • Environmental health and safety
  • Real estate management
  • Orange grove maintenance

Meet Our Management Team

Sustainability on Campus

Facilities Management is continuously working to improve campus sustainability.  Browse below for details regarding campus implementations.

 

Cogeneration Plant

The University of Redlands cogeneration plant (Cogen) produces electricity while heating and cooling water for use in a third of campus buildings. Cogen provides a number of environmental and fiscal benefits to campus, and supports our commitment to sustainability.  

Cogeneration Document

 

Sustainability Timeline

The University of Redlands is committed to sustainability. Click below to see a timeline detailing sustainability measures implemented by Facilities Management from 2005 to the present. 

Sustainability Timeline

Facilities-directed Sustainability Projects

For information regarding composting, recycling, the installation of energy efficient LED lighting, and the feasibility of adding solar parking structures to campus parking lots, click below.

Facilities-directed Sustainability Projects Document

Water Conservation

Water scarcity is an ongoing reality in California, and the University has been engaged in water conservation efforts for some time.  Click the link below to read about measures that have been taken or are currently being implemented to conserve water on campus.

Water Conservation Document