Facilities Management

We provide the university and community with the highest quality facilities and physical environment for learning, living and working.
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The Facilities Management team works together for service excellence and innovation to provide the university and community with the highest quality facilities and physical environment for learning, living and working by maximizing available resources and technology. Customer satisfaction is essential to our success, and every effort will be made to serve our customers and maintain our facilities with respect, courtesy and a positive attitude.

We are dedicated to fulfilling the following goals:

  • Promote a safe, clean, healthy, comfortable, and aesthetically pleasing environment. 
  • Provide excellent customer service. 
  • Promote and provide communication within the University Community.
  • Provide employee development, which contributes to excellence in performance.
  • Facilitate the efficient and effective management of available resources.
  • Provide benchmark and comparative data to target areas for improvement.
  • Promote cooperative work among departments campus-wide.

Renovation projects underway on three university buildings

Driving past University of Wisconsin-Stout on Broadway Street in Menomonie this summer, it may look like much of the university is under construction.
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