Facilities, Real Estate and Auxiliary Services are the stewards of the University’s physical and operational foundations, which help define the campus environment and experience. We help create the connections that keep our campus running, whether that is getting people where they need to go, delivering mail, or building and caring for the spaces where the community comes together.

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Landscape Accreditation
The University of Delaware has received a Landscape Management and Operations Accreditation as awarded by the Baltimore-based Professional Grounds Management Society (PGMS).    Click here to read more...
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     Effective August 1, 2014 The University of Delaware is a tobacco-free campus.

 

New electronic turnstiles are now available for entry at the Carpenter Sports Building to provide improved efficiency when entering the facility.  Simply slide your UD ID card through the reader with the picture facing the left and enjoy use of the facility. 

 
 
Facilities, Real Estate & Auxiliary Services has a committee dedicated to:
Respect & Civility in the Workplace
 

Our committee is made up of hourly, salary & professional staff members dedicated to improving the overall work climate of our organization. If you would like to attend one of our meetings please speak to your direct supervisor, or contact Christina McGinty or Sheila Boyle. Stay tuned for many, many good things to come as a result of our meetings.


 

 

If you have someone you would like recognized for their outstanding efforts or just to say thank you, please send this to: comments@facilities.udel.edu
 

  • Good morning Robert,
    I wish to take this opportunity to highly commend one of your staff Brenda Marie Olmo the plumber for coming out to repair and fix a number of the pipes that were leaking for a while in our Animal Vivarium Facility at 020 Wolf Hall last week. She not only did an exemplary job but she made sure that one of our old sinks that is located in the cage wash area and that was getting ready to collapse was also fixed and repaired. That sink that was had been gradually titling over in the last 5 to 10 years and it was getting ready to fall and which would have been an eminent safety hazard to us.Brenda took it upon herself to call it in and within a few hours it had been repaired and fixed with the assistance from her co-workers.
    Not too many workers show this kind of commitment, dedication,dependability and adherence to good working ethics of reliability and efficacy. She is one of a kind and she is definitely a great resource and valuable asset to your department. We really appreciated her service and your department should feel honored and proud to have her as a member of the team.
    Keep it up.

    Thank you and have a wonderful day.

    Francis Karani B.S.,RALAT
    Senior Laboratory Technician


     
  • On behalf of our Chemical Engineering Staff here in Colburn Lab, we express our thanks to Dave Wertz for his extraordinary and exemplary service for our department! Not only did he remove the old refrigerator for refrigerant recovery, but also picked up a new one for us, delivered, and installed it in our staff kitchen! We really admire his great work ethic and pleasant outlook, so please pass along our appreciation for a job very well done!

    Cordially,
    george


     
  • I need to express the College of Engineering’s gratitude for the pro-active and diligent manner in which EHS responded to the flooding of DuPont’s Clean Room on Sunday evening, January 4 Krista, Jane, and Jeff were on site from about 10 p.m. until 2:45 a.m. College of Engineering researchers Matt Zablocki and Pernell Dongmo came in to DuPont Hall to provide us with direction about the best way to safely de-energize specific pieces of equipment. Paul King, the O&M night mechanic, spared no effort in trying to determine which breakers were associated with each piece of equipment. My thanks as well to Dave Murray for his presence and assistance.
    I am thoroughly impressed with the stamina of the EHS staff. I slept in a few hours the next day while Jeff Work was back at 8 a.m. the next morning to check on County Environmental’s clean-up progress and to provide them with further direction.
    EHS is always very responsive to our emergency situations as well as to our day-to-day consultation needs.

    Thank you!
    Maria L. Taylor


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