In an effort to promote social distancing and to reduce risk of exposure to COVID-19, all Facilities Management units will have limited on-site staff. Staff will be available for remote support so please do not hesitate to call or email. To submit emergency work tasks, call 530.752.1655. To submit non-emergency work tasks, visit AggieFacilities/TRIRIGA. Thank you for your patience! Stay safe and healthy.
When it comes to throwing items away, do you know where to toss your waste? Is it landfill or compost? Is it compost or recycle? The Office of Sustainability and FM’s own Sustainability Officer Amy Burns want to make it easier for us all.
Have you ever played on a campus sports field? Ever been to an evening game? Imagine if the lights went out just before the winning goal!
Campus Recreation Rec Sports provide students, faculty, staff, and alumni the opportunity to participate in recreational and competitive activities.
In the heart of Napa, UC Davis’ Viticulture and Enology program has a 40-acre research vineyard – Oakville Station. For more than 50 years, the station has been crucial for the research and trials for clones, vine spacing, pruning levels, irrigation, and more. Due to its contributions in helping to better understand the science of viticulture, the maintenance of the facility is incredibly important.
Built in 1955, the Energy Conservation Office once served as the ROTC facility on campus. Today, it is home to the Energy & Engineering unit within Facilities Management and holds a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certified Platinum rating for existing buildings (EB). It is the oldest building on campus to have received a LEED certification and the first existing building to receive the platinum rating — the highest green building rating given by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).
The Mat Project introduces new UC Davis imprinted floor mats to various buildings across campus. The mats serve more than an aesthetic purpose; they also help prevent accidents and elongate the floor's longevity.
New charging stations are now available for use at the Mondavi Gateway District Parking Structure and Lot 1. Partnering with Transportation Services, Facilities Management electrical staff helped power and install new electric vehicle charging stations over the last two months.
After running for almost 50 years, Boiler #1 at the Central Heating and Cooling Plant was retired. However, with plans to switch to a more sustainable heating operation, Utilities decides to bring Boiler #1 back online as a security measure to ensure overall campus operations will be unaffected by future construction.