Welcome to the Facilities Department

Our Mission

The Facilities Department provides services that are crucial to the education, research, & public service of the University's mission. We consistently strive to meet the diverse facilities-related needs of University students, faculty, staff and visitors.

 What we do

  • We maintain the campus buildings, utility infrastructure, streets & grounds.
  • We coordinate & provide technical services for all campus construction, renovation & repair.
  • We maintain archives & plans concerning the specifications & history of our buildings & grounds.
  • We assist with campus special events through custodial, grounds, maintenance & craft related services as well as room make ready, event set-ups, & electrical services. Please note that as of 7/9/15 we no longer handle audio service set ups. That should go to: av@udallas.edu
  • We coordinate pest control services, elevator maintenance, building environmental control, & outdoor landscape services.
  • We provide a comprehensive on-line maintenance work request system for the submission of maintenance requests & online correspondence within the university community.
  • We comply with 29 CFR 1910.1200 (b)(4)(ii)(iii) by providing MSDS/SDS throughMSDSonlineĀ® on our "Facilities Resources" page.
  • We administer the campus recycling program.
  • We provide for the recycling and disposal of universal wastes, hazardous wastes,  & non regulated solid wastes in compliance with EPA and TCEQ regulations.

Our Campus Location

The Facilities Center is located on the westernmost end of Lot L. Our campus street address is: 2929A Gorman Drive.
We are designated as building # 27 on the UD campus map.

Standard Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 7:30 am to 4:00 pm

During the spring & fall semesters Custodial Services will have personnel on campus until 8:00 pm, & Technical Services will have a technician on duty until 7:00 pm. For requests after standard business hours see the "After Hours Requests" page.



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