The next Building Managers’ meeting is scheduled for April 3, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. at the Peter O’Donnell Jr. Building (POB) 2.302 (Avaya Auditorium). For more information about the meeting, contact Emergency Preparedness. You can also access the live webcast and recorded webcasts of prior meetings: View Webcasts.
Visit this section for information related to renovation projects or building and grounds issues, such as pest control, cleaning, repairs, locks & keys and landscaping.
Visit this section for information related to security and emergency planning, crime and fire prevention and automated external defibrillators (AEDs).
Visit this section for information related to events, moves, surplus property and other paid services.
View Contacts - Visit the Contacts section for easy access to relevant contact information and links.
View Calendars - Visit the UT Calendars section to assist you with planning purposes and events.
View Rates & Fees - See the recharge rates for Facilities Services.
The Building Manager Resources (BMR) site was developed with building managers in mind, to help you carry out your mission on behalf of your organization. It was designed to provide you with an easily accessible, consolidated and maintainable source to access relevant and updated processes and information to effectively operate your facilities and keep occupants safe every day. The BMR is a collaboration among the units supporting facilities operations, which includes Emergency Preparedness, Facilities Services, Fire Prevention Services, Project Management & Construction Services, and the University of Texas Police Department. Please contact us if you have any questions or you wish to provide feedback about the BMR.
The mission of the Building Manager role is to manage, plan, and coordinate activities associated with the physical, environmental, and security conditions of each university building or facility. The Building Manager will serve as the liaison for coordination and communications to building occupants regarding hours of operation, security, emergency preparedness, maintenance, construction repairs and renovations and utility delivery (including elevators).