Facilities - Edinboro University
          Contact Info

          Facilities Office
          150 Perry Lane
          Edinboro, PA 16444
          Phone: (814) 732-2826
          Fax: (814) 732-2241


          Mission, Function, Purpose, Definitions and Standards


          Mission: Provide safe, clean, sustainable and comfortable living and learning environments to support the University's mission and strategic goals.

          Function and Purpose: Provide grounds maintenance, building maintenance, custodial maintenance, event support, receiving, mail services, construction and space planning services to operate, maintain and improve the University's infrastructure and Facilities while fostering a team environment that establishes and empowers each individual's purpose, contribution and worth.

          Maintenance Definition: Routinely keeping spaces, structures and infrastructure functioning as originally purposed using reactive, routine and predictive maintenance methods and techniques to prevent degradation and/or failure and extend their effective service life. Maintenance also includes repair and replacements of components and systems not requiring engineering, other professional services or regulatory compliance. Maintenance does not include end of life replacement, redesign, or change in space or space classification.

          Additionally, maintenance includes routine custodial services and event support during normal business hours (6am - 2pm).

          Funding: Annual operating budgets

          Department Contact: Michael Hannah, Manager of Building and Grounds Maintenance
          Judy Miller, Manager of Office and General Services (includes Custodial & Event Support)

          Maintenance Requests: School Dude Work Order

          Example of Requests: water leaks, light bulb replacements, room temperature adjustments, safety hazards, damage to facilities, plumbing fixture repairs, lighting and electric outlet repairs, door hardware repairs, flooring and wall repairs, custodial services, etc.

          Service Definition: Work outside of routine maintenance (defined above) that does not include a change in space utilization or space classification, require professional services, permitting or inspection. This includes but is not limited to; event support after business hours (6am - 2pm), moving and furniture installation, limited power and lighting installations, non-common area painting and flooring outside of planned maintenance cycle. Also includes minor upgrades to address academic programming needs that do not include change in egress, reconfigure of wall, doors or openings. Reference Fee Schedule.

          Funding: Services are performed on a chargeback basis for actual charges incurred

          Department Contact: Michael Hannah, Manager of Building and Grounds Maintenance
          Judy Miller, Manager of Office and General Services

          Service Request: School Dude Work Order

          Examples of Requests: new office flooring, new office painting, furniture assembly, wall hangings, event set-up and tear down, event cleaning, relocation services, addition of electrical outlets or lighting, bulk mailing services, etc.

          Construction and Planning Definition: Any activity that includes construction, renovation or changes the function, use or occupancy of physical space, or eliminate/relocation services, utilities, architectural components or affects regulatory compliance. Projects originate from the need to create, expand or alter a space due to program growth, changes in university methods or program delivery, advances in technology, or the need to replace a space, structure or system that has reached the end of its useful life or is the result of deferred maintenance. Projects usually require one or more of the following; extensive planning, professional services (architectural, engineering, etc.), permitting and inspection. Reference Capital Planning Program and Procedures and Space Utilization Policy.

          Funding: Individually funded projects (University reserves, gifts, grants, capital appropriations, Key 93, etc.)

          Department Contact: Lyle Sansoucie, Manager of Facilities Projects and Quality

          Project Request: Facilities Project and Space Utilization Request Form

          Examples of Requests: construction or installation of structures (includes small sheds or art structures), removal of walls and doors, installation of new walls and doors, change configuration of walls and doors, request to use occupied or unoccupied space on University property (inside and outside), installation of large academic equipment requiring utilities or that could compromise the structure, etc.

          Standards: The Facilities Department regulates and/or complies with the following standards (list is not inclusive.)

          PASSHE Facilities Manual
          PASSHE Procurement Manual
          APPA Maintenance and Custodial Standards
          International Building Code
          National Fire Protection Association
          EU Construction Standards
          EU Construction and Procurement Manual
          EU Signage and Branding Policy
          EU Capital Planning Program and Procedures
          EU Space Utilization Policy
          Security and Access to Campus Buildings and Facilities Policy
          EU Inventory Policy

          Facilities Office Organizational Chart
          Annual Drinking Water Quality Report

          Emergency & After-Hours Services

          In case of an emergency, or to request urgent assistance after hours and on weekends, please contact the Campus Police at (814) 732-2921. You may leave non-emergency voicemail intended for the Facilities staff by calling (814) 732-2826.