731 Young Dr. S, Room 3102
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1526
UCLA Facilities Management, a subdivision of UCLA Administration, provides a wide range of services including the maintenance and renovation of building, grounds and utility infrastructure of the Campus and Medical Enterprise. Facilities Management ensures an environment conducive to the educational mission of the University by supplying relaiable power, state of the art classrooms and research facilities, and environmentally responsible business practices. The department supports the campus effort to advance sustainability through the Climate Action Plan, waste reduction, recycling and energy management programs. Facilities Management maintains over 12 million square feet of State and non-state funded building space, 415 acres of hardscape, landscape, roadways, utilities distribution infrastructure and manages construction projects up to $3 million in cost. Under Facilities Management oversight, the Chiller Cogeneration Plant produces 85% of the campus demand for power. The department is key to the Campus Emergency Response Plan and staffs a 200 plus emergency response team.