Plant Operations Management Safety and Security

Mission

The mission of the Plant Operations and Management office is to insure a safe, clean, healthy work environment throughout the entire campus for all students, staff, faculty and general public. We are here to assist and provide you in the most friendly and responsive manner possible.

Vision

Our vision is to support and maintain a beautiful college campus for the entire community to be proud of. One of our most important goals is to continue to apply knowledge and skills to be part of the fast-growing green campus operations. We are committed to provide the highest quality operations and services while serving as a strategic partner with the college community to meet the vision and mission of SFCC.

Who We Are

Construction / Renovation and Project Management

Capital Outlay and Projects, Building Renewal and Replacement (BR&R)
Architectural Project Management
Master and Maintenance Planning
Designs (LEED), Drawings (CAD) and Sketches
Buildings, Structures, and Renovations
New Roofs and Repairs
Inspections and Reports
Landscapes, Furniture and Moving

SFCC architectural and project management staff is comprised of 3 core members who are skilled in design, architectural projects, renovations, budget analysis, furniture, moving, and construction project management. In addition the staff coordinates architectural projects with structural, mechanical, electrical, civil engineers, and architects including LEED and other consultants. The office staff initiates all required capital project reports for submission by college administration of state and other funding including Higher Education Department project transmittals. SFCC staff ensures that all designs, architectural projects and renovations are in accordance with international and local codes!

Maintenance

Air conditioning
Circuit breakers
Leaks
Lights
Key requests / lock issues
Mechanical issues
Furniture
Painting
Snow removal
Waste water treatment

SFCC maintenance staff is 8 core members who are skilled in AC, plumbing, electrical, locksmithing, painting, office configuration, wastewater management and facilities maintenance. We have our own wastewater treatment plant here on campus and all of our domestic water is recycled.

Custodial

Paper towels / tissue
Spills
Classroom, Office & Area cleaning
Event set ups
Floor care
Boards & chalk
Snow removal

Our custodial staff is 24 members 13 day shift and 11 evening shift. They maintain the interior of our campus

Grounds

Grounds grooming
Trash removal
Animal control
Irrigation
Snow removal

SFCC Grounds Staff is 3 core members with an additional 5 plus occasional members during peak season. Along with maintaining the grounds they maintain the parking lots and roadways along with heading up the snow removal process. You may occasionally notice irrigation when it’s raining; this is done to maintain proper levels in the ponds.

General Services

Motor Pool
Shipping & Receiving
Internal Campus Signage
Fixed Assets/Inventory/Disposal
Delivery of Copy Paper
Mail Center
Archive’s/Record Retention and Destruction

Campus Safety & Security

10 Officers
24/7, 365 Coverage
Patrol and Inspect (Grounds, Facilities)
Enforce Parking regulations
Respond to Emergencies
Escorts
Assist with disabled vehicles
First Aid/CPR and AED trained
Lock and Unlock Facilities
Maintain Lost and Found
After Hours Information

For Emergencies call 9-9-1-1 then call SFCC Security Office at 428-1224 or 690-1477 (cell#) or use Emergency Towers throughout Campus.

All of our staff is committed to keeping SFCC clean, beautiful, and well maintained.


Office Contact

Email
physicalplant@sfcc.edu
Phone
505-428-1670

 

Irrigation Repair

Santa Fe Community College will be repairing irrigation lines at the central roundabout (the drop-off area by the flag poles) Monday, April 23 through Monday, April 30. During repairs, the roundabout will not be accessible. Please use other entrances into the main and West Wing parking lots. No parking areas will be affected. Please use caution when walking or driving in the vicinity. Thank you for your patience while we make improvements to campus.