Maintenance Services is responsible for managing the day to day operations of the school division’s facilities and infrastructure.
Maintenance Services performs a variety of functions and tasks associated with the daily operation of school facilities, including routine maintenance, predictive and preventive maintenance, as well as emergency repairs. Maintenance Services is supported by ten specialized trade divisions including security infrastructure and indoor air quality.
Maintenance Services utilizes a web-based work order system. A designated work order coordinator at each facility enters work order requests into the system. The Maintenance Services work order coordinator receives the requests, approves them, forwards them to the appropriate trades division, and tracks them through the process to completion.
Scheduled maintenance and minor repairs are funded through the Operating Budget. Existing building systems, components and infrastructure and improvements in the configuration of educational spaces are replaced under the Minor Construction/Major Maintenance (MC/MM) Program, which is funded annually in the Capital Projects Fund, and biannually in the Capital Improvement Plan (CIP). A detailed explanation of the process used each year to develop the MC/MM Program and the current CIP are available at the links below.
The chart below lists the projects included in the MC/MM Program of work for the FY 2018-19.