Teamwork and Excellence in Facility Management
The iService Desk enables customers to electronically submit work requests and to monitor the status of the request.
Read about current announcements dealing with construction, maintenance, outages, and road closures.
The Office of Facilities provides cost effective services to meet the needs of the UTSA community.
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Learn about one of the great people from our Facilities team.
Interim Maintenance LeaderYears at UTSA
1 1/2 YearsOffice
Facilities Construction Team (FCT)
Brian works extremely hard every day to provide excellent customer service to the UTSA community. He diligently performs his Carpenter II duties and as has recently accepted the roll of Interim Maintenance Leader for the Facilities Construction Team (FCT). Brian ensures that all FCT projects are completed on time, within budget, and of good quality. Most importantly, he will not leave the job site until the customer is completely satisfied. Through his daily work performance, Brian is a perfect example of the Business Affairs guiding principles in action. Brian spends his time away from UTSA with his wife traveling around the San Antonio area to watch their three daughters play softball. He also loves to spend time in the gym to maintain his personal fitness.
Learn more about one of our most recent projects.
Science and Engineering Building (SEB)
The project consists of approximately 140,000 gross square feet spread across four stories. The building will provide for classrooms, faculty offices, and science and engineering research and instructional laboratories, and is part of the University’s strategic plan for providing state-of-the-art space for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education and research.
Find out what Facilities is doing for UTSA.
Helping Students and Honoring a Roadrunner
Susan Whitley, holds the hard hat of her late husband, Max Hanners. Hanners was diagnosed with cance ...
SAWS Announces Stage 2 Watering Restrictions, Effective June 12, 2018
The City of San Antonio is now in Stage 2 drought restrictions according to the San Antonio Water Sy ...
UTSA-owned artwork must be moved only by designated staff
(May 30, 2018) – If you’re moving to another office, and there is UTSA-owned artwork on the wall ...