Division of Facilities Management
Our Main Business Services Overview
The Facilities Services Department (formerly Maintenance & Plant Operations) is funded by the School Board to accomplish specified maintenance and repair of the existing district facilities throughout the county in support of the educational mission. To best accomplish the District’s goals, the Department is aligned into multiple service areas. (1) Building Envelope Maintenance Program (BEMP), (2) Building Services, (3) District Center/ FHESC, (4) Fire/ Life Safety, (5) Maintenance Projects, (6) Mechanical (HVAC), (7) Trade Services, (8) Utilities, and (9) Zone Teams. Each school has a designated Zone Team Facility Management Coordinator who serves as the single point of contact for all facility needs. In addition, Centralized Services Facilities Management Coordinators schedule work through the single point of contact. It is through this alignment and on-going communications with the schools, that Facilities Services provides support services to the students of Palm Beach County.
To provide an effective, efficient, respectful and customer friendly workforce promoting a student first learning environment.
Important Links and Information
- Division of Facilities Management Reference Document
- How to Enter Work Orders into TRIRIGA (PDF)
- Procedures for Submitting Air Conditioning & Lighting Schedules for Schools
- School Regional / Zone Facility Assignments (PDF)
- Zone Team Schedule - January, February, March 2018
- Electrical Safety
- Risk Management Workers Compensation
- All RSF/Paper, Cardboard, and Commingled Recycling Day(s) Information
- Winter Holiday Utility Notice, December 25, 2017 - January 3, 2018
M&PO in Action
“Every job is a self-portrait of the person who did it. Autograph your work with excellence.”
Single Point of Contact
Maintenance and Plant Operations (M&PO) has a Facility Management Coordinator (FMC) assigned to each school. The FMC functions as the school's single point of contact and handles citations from the Comprehensive Safety Inspection Reports (CSIR's), Indoor Air Quality Reports, Health Department Reports and routine work orders. Your FMC is available to help coordinate all M&PO work and assist in getting you in contact with the right department if your issue falls outside of M&PO's area of responsibility.
Maintenance & Plant Operations and Information Technology Share the Bronze American Business Award
Maintenance & Plant Operations Department (M&PO) and the District’s Information Technology Division (IT) have won the 2016 Bronze Stevie American Business Award for Corporate Social Responsibility for organizations with more than 2,500 employees. More details
After Hours Emergency Contact
The normal working hours for Maintenance and Plant Operations are 7:00 AM to 3:30 PM, Monday through Friday. During Spring and Summer Breaks working hours are 6:00 AM - 4:30 PM. For emergency repair work after hours, please call School Police and a qualified maintenance technician can be dispatched pursuant to work prioritization.
Meet Our Management Team
Sr. Projects Administrator
Financial Applications Mgr.
Facilities Mgmt. Administrator
Facilities Mgmt. Administrator
Tim Woodruff - Sr. Projects Administrator of Building Envelope Maintenance Program (BEMP
Sabra Avery - Financial Applications Mgr. of Financial, Payroll and Logistics.
Craig Singletary - Facilities Management Administrator of The Zone Teams that provide maintenance support, minor capital repairs and other facility concerns.
Stacey Marshall - Facilities Management Administrator of The Centralized Management Teams that support the Zone Teams to accomplish large projects, vendor services and coordination of specialty trade maintenance projects.