Facilities Management contains the following service units:
- Building and Landscape Services is dedicated to campus building and landscape physical asset stewardship, which includes cleaning for health and safety, and service as needed and on request.
- Utilities and Energy Management is responsible for the planning, production, and distribution of electricity, steam, water, and chilled water; maintaining the plants and distribution systems; maintaining the University-owned storm and sanitary sewers; and energy conservation initiatives, energy management tools and monitoring, renewable energy, and commissioning.
- Planning, Design, and Construction provides services related to the physical development of the campus, including campus planning, architecture and interior design, construction management, environmental services, mapping, and space planning and utilization.
- Facilities Management also includes the following units: Administration; the Office of Sustainability, which provides central administration, connections, and outreach for university-wide sustainability initiatives; and Business and Financial Services, which provides administrative support for all units of Facilities Management through budgeting, accounting, capital accounting, human resources, information technology, and maintenance stores.