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Facilities Management & Development


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From the Assistant Vice-President for Physical Facilities

Our Departmental Profile...

Facilities Management & Development (FM&D) at SUNY Downstate Medical Center is a diverse and dedicated team of over 160 multitalented individuals with backgrounds and skills in architecture, design, mechanical and electrical engineering, project management, environmental health and safety, facilities maintenance, including skilled trades and custodial services, grounds maintenance, code compliance, environmental sustainability, and energy management. Our main office is located in the Basic Science Building (BSB) in Room 1-15. Night and weekend coverage originates from the Control Room, located in the Hospital Subbasement.

Our Mission and Responsibilities...

FM&D’s mission is to provide a safe, clean, and comfortable physical environment for all students, faculty, staff, patients, and visitors at SUNY Downstate Medical Center. To do this, FM&D plans and manages the design and construction of new and/or renovated facilities; maintains all campus infrastructure and grounds; cleans the interior of main-campus non-hospital buildings; and provides campus-wide environmental health and safety services.

FM&D’s responsibilities extend to all main-campus buildings, comprising 2.5 million gross square feet on a 13-acre campus, with the exception of housekeeping services in University Hospital. FM&D is organized into four primary divisions: Facilities Operations, Design & Construction, Environmental Health & Safety, and Facilities Project Management.

We take tremendous pride in meeting the highest standards possible as we work to plan, restore, expand, and maintain Downstate’s complex physical plant and exterior grounds.