Facilities Management vs. Departmental
Funding Responsibility Guide
The operations and maintenance procedures of campus buildings are funded through multiple streams. Depending on the type of project, a building repair or alteration may be the responsibility of the department housed in that building. Please review below for a list of what type of requests and equipment are included in the general operations and maintenance budgets vs. what is the funding responsibility of the individual departments.
Resident Instruction Buildings
- Funding for routine operations, maintenance, and repairs of resident instruction facilities is provided in the annual Facilities budget, with the exception of self-supporting units such as GTRI.
- Alterations to facilities; equipment repair, installation, or relocation; and repair, replacement, or movement of furnishings or amenities are the financial responsibility of departments. This may require the services of our area maintenance team, or possibly Facilities Design & Construction (D&C) services. Use the project request form for Facilities D&C services.
- Below is a sample list of Facilities vs. Departmental responsibilities:
NOTE: No changes to building plumbing, electrical, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, or structural systems will be made by other than qualified Facilities personnel, without prior approval of the associated Facilities Department.
Entities other than Resident Instruction
All Facilities services and utilities provided outside of resident instruction will be charged or billed to those entities requesting services. Other entities include, but are not limited to the following: Campus Services' Auxiliary Enterprises (Housing, Bookstore, Food Services, Parking and Transportation, Student Health Services, Mall stores, etc.), GTRI, Athletic Association, SREB, fraternities and sororities and contractors. Users of utilities will be charged for any maintenance or repairs to supply lines from the point of meter location, or, if not metered, from the point of the divergence from the trunk line.