Facilities Management

The Facilities Management Department is responsible for planning and construction, facilities maintenance and operations, utilities operations, custodial and grounds services, recycling, and general business services including shuttle operations and vehicle fleet oversight. It is responsible for an 11 million square-foot multicampus facility, a $64 million annual operating budget, a $35 million annual capital renewal program, and a $1.1 billion, six-year major construction program.

Facilities Management Mission

Support UT Southwestern’s tripartite mission by providing patients, students, faculty, staff, and the community with reliable, flexible, and efficient facilities and comprehensive services through collaborative partnerships.

Facilities Management Vision

Recognized as an organization that sets the benchmark for excellence in advancing UT Southwestern’s reputation as a nationally renowned academic medical center, research institution, and health care provider of choice.

We will achieve this by:

  • Demonstrating facilities excellence to the next generation of caregivers.
  • Being a trusted team member and partner.
  • Enhancing cross departmental and functional collaboration and communication.
  • Aligning organizational structure, processes and services to support a premier academic Medical Center.
  • Optimizing the use of resources.

The Department has six major divisions:

  • Building Maintenance and Operations
  • Hospital Facilities Maintenance and Operations
  • Utilities Operations
  • Facilities Planning and Construction
  • General Services
  • Sustainability and Energy Management

Core Values

Service – Dedicated to achieving excellence in the provision of services and support

Efficiencies – Maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of our processes

Respect – Respect through actions that affirm the dignity of the person

Value – Valued and trusted team member

Integrity – Strive to do what’s right and provide credible information

Commitment – Committed to compliance and protecting the privacy of patients, staff, and visitors

Empowerment – Empower staff to be innovative, collaborative, and transparent