Teamwork and Excellence in Facility Management
The iService Desk enables customers to electronically submit work requests and to monitor the status of the request.
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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.
Utilities Station Operator IYears at UTSA
Operations & Maintenance - Operations
David began his career with UTSA at Resident Life and Housing 8 years ago where he worked as a Maintenance Worker II. He transferred to Utilities Operations in May of 2016 and quickly became a very productive member of the team. He works diligently every day to complete all assigned tasks while providing great customer service. His responsibilities include generator testing, utilities equipment inspections, troubleshooting building temperature calls, clock repairs, and emergency response for fire alarms and utilities outages. David retired from the United States Army after 16 years of honorable service, which included tours in Bosnia and Iraq. Family is very important to David. He and his wife, Beth, have been married for 26 years and raised two great kids. The oldest, Kaitlyn, is graduating from college in December and the youngest, Kevin, is senior in high school. David’s hobbies include working on antique cars and repairing computers that he donates to help others. David really enjoys working at UTSA. He likes the stable work environment and is grateful to work at a place where he can continue to learn and grow.
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.
Science and Engineering Building (SEB) Furniture Displays
Hello Roadrunners, We would like your input on “common area” furniture options for the new Scien ...
Energy Consumption at UTSA Steady Ten Years Later
UTSA Energy Consumption: 2003-2017 UTSA used about the same amount of energy in 2017 as it did in ...
Fiscal Services Has New Dedicated Wait Area
The JPL corridor leading to the loading dock has served many purposes over the years including as a ...