Emergency work requests include:

  • Fire issues
  • Smoke
  • Gas odors
  • Alarm issues
  • Major leaks
  • Flooding
  • Overflowing toilets
  • Power outages
  • Loss of heat/ac
  • Door locking issues
  • Broken windows, etc.

The highly-dedicated teams of Facilities Management work diligently to ensure that the campus of Susquehanna University is responsibly stewarded and beautifully maintained for today and for all our tomorrows. We strive to create and sustain an environment where learning and growth can flourish.

During Normal Office Hours (M–F, 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.)

Normal Work Requests

  1. Use TeamDynamix to submit your  work request.
  2. Call extension 4147 (570-372-4147)
  3. Email FacilitiesWork@susqu.edu

Emergency Work Requests

Call extension 4147 (570-372-4147).
If there is no answer, call Campus Safety at extension 4444 (570-372-4444).


After Hours and Weekends

Normal Work Requests

  1. Use TeamDynamix to submit your work request.
  2. Email FacilitiesWork@susqu.edu

Emergency Work Requests

Call extension 4147 (570-372-4147)
If there is no answer, call Campus Safety at extension 4444 (570-372-4444).

 

Our office is located at 500 West Sassafras Street on the south side of campus.

We are open Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. through 4:30 p.m. and maintain 24/7 services through second shift staffing and on-call coverage. Vendor appointments are required (no drop-ins). Call 570-372-4147 to schedule an appointment. Visitors must sign in at the front desk.

Current jobs opening can be found at Jobs at SU. Please note: We are unable to accept paper applications. 

What We Do

Facilities Management is charged with maintaining our buildings and grounds. We have a full complement of trade shops including: electricians, carpenters, painters, plumbers, HVAC techs, building/grounds staff, landscapers, housekeepers, project cleaners and locksmiths.

Our office is also responsible for all capital planning, construction and utilities. We work closely with all campus departments to support their services when it comes to SU’s physical environment.


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