FMAS units

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FMAS Operations is comprised of:

  • Buildings and Grounds

  • Building Operations

    • Building Operations is responsible for the maintenance of facilities and buildings on the downtown campus and the maintenance and operation of building systems (HVAC, electrical, etc.). We provide plumbing, electricity, carpentry, and painting services, among many others.
  • Macdonald Campus Operations

    • The Macdonald Campus Operations team is responsible for the maintenance and building operations across the campus, including grounds maintenance, cleaning, plumbing, electricity, carpentry, and painting.
  • Utilities and Energy Management

    • Utilities and Energy Management manages the operation of the University’s chilled water plants, central steam plants, main electrical network, city water main network and used water main network. We also serve as liaison with the City of Montreal and all utilities providers.

 Campus Planning and Development

Campus Planning and Development is a team of dedicated urban planners, architects and other professionals that work closely with internal and external stakeholders to create vibrant campuses that are open, connected and sustainable.

 Design Services

Design Services establishes design and construction standards, prepares plans and technical specifications for small construction/renovation projects and oversees the work of external design consultants hired for the larger construction/renovation projects.

 Project Management

Project Management leads and directs the construction/renovation projects carried out on McGill property or other McGill facilities, including consultant and contractor tendering, selection, and contract award.

 Campus Public Safety

Campus Public Safety’s mission is to promote a safe and secure environment for the McGill community through education, prevention and response.

The unit is comprised of:

 Risk Advisory and Insurance Services

The mission of Risk Management and Insurance is to promote and advance the use of risk management practices in order to protect McGill University's human and physical resources, including its revenues, against potential loss and minimize the adverse affects should a loss occur.

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