Wisconsin's Public Liberal Arts College

Facilities Management


Facilities Management

University of Wisconsin-Superior

Service Center
801 North 28th Street
Superior, WI 54880

ph. 715-394-8120

fax. 715-394-8440

hours:
7:45am - 4:30pm

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Facilities Management

Who We Are

Facilities Management is comprised of the Director, Buildings and Grounds supervisor, Engineering specialist/project manager, Custodial supervisor, office associates, carpenter, custodians, electrician, facility repair workers, groundskeepers, inventory control coordinator, locksmith, mail clerk, maintenance mechanics,painter, plumber and power plant operators. This is a capable and committed group providing a wide range of services necessary to keeping the campus operating in a safe and efficient manner.

Our Mission

The mission of Facilities Management is to provide a sustainable physical environment that enhances teaching and learning and to deliver services needed to support the campus strategic priorities.

Our Future Environment

Our Campus is continually improving and upgrading our academic and physical environment. The latest campus Physical Development Plan has been completed and can be accessed at the following link:

 2011-2013 Campus Physical Development Plan

The campus is currently working on an updated Campus Master Plan project. Please select the following link to access the last Master Plan completed in 1999.

Campus Master Plan 1999

Construction News and Events

Select from the following links to learn about the current status of campus construction projects and to find information on upcoming projects.

Summer 2014 Steam-line project coming.

Beginning May 19, 2014, an extensive campus steam line repair/replacement project will begin.  This project consists of excavating portions of existing underground campus steam lines damaged by the June 2012 flood.  The project is necessary to correct damaged pipe and insulation due to the steam line vaults being completely inundated by the flood.  This is the third and final project needed to complete the repairs.   These repairs will result in increased longevity, higher grade insulation, waterproofing and increased energy efficiencies. 

2014 Steam Line Information

Energy Conservation

UW-Superior has written and established policies regarding energy conservation; Check out the following link to see just what that entails and also get tips on how you can help to conserve resources and energy!

Help us Conserve Energy

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