LONG RANGE BUILDING PLAN 2012-2013
The University of Montana through the Montana University System requests funding and authority for construction, renovations, deferred maintenance, code and life/safety projects for state facilities from the Legislature each biennium starting in January of the second year. To meet the Legislative submittal deadline and the previous Governor's and Regents' submittal deadlines The University of Montana has to start its Long Range Building Program, LRBP, process early in the first year of the biennium.
To assist the campus' Executive Officers in identifying and submitting their prioritized needs for consideration and approval by the President, Facilities Services has placed links to copies of the following documents:
The Labor Crew gives support to Facilities Services and the campus in general. We work for all trades, academic departments and for the public in general. We provide for the safety of students and the general public.
The University of Montana grounds staff manages over 50 acres of landscape, including over 2 million square feet of turf.
From the management and reduction of energy consumption to storm water and heating and cooling. Energy & Utilities keeps UM running at a responsible pace.
Campus Mail Services supports the overall mission of the University of Montana by moving hard copy communication and material for the campus community and their correspondents.
WORK ORDER DESK
The Work Order Desk processes all requests for services and issues work orders for maintenance work in “State” buildings. Routine and preventive maintenance in state funded buildings is usually performed at no cost to the department.
To place a work order, either call
243-6091 which is staffed from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. throughout the work week or submit your request via the Online System.
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Director of Facilities Services
(406) 243- 2787
Administrative Associate IV
The Barriers Web Application was developed to help give a visual perspective of barriers and obstructions that exist on campus. The page is updated constantly as barriers are brought to our attention. Please contact Facilities Services if you notice any issues or if you have any questions. Launch it! »
In 2010, Montana's Governor set a goal of reducing energy consumption in state facilities by 20% by the year 2010. The Regents of The Montana University System approved a resolution supporting steps to reduce energy consumption in the operations of our facilities. Explore »
An overview of the biomass fueled combined heat and power plant (CHP), to be located on the University of Montana's Missoula, Montana campus.. Explore »
32 Campus Drive
Missoula, Montana 59812
Office: (406) 243-2788
Work Order desk: (406) 243-6091
FAX: (406) 243-6612