When it comes to higher education, attending a community college or technical college is an attractive option for many people. Students have the freedom to stay close to home, explore new subjects and continue to work as they pursue their degrees. Today, more than 12 million students in the United States are enrolled at a community college, and they depend on functioning facilities each and every day.
Facility managers, maintenance technicians, custodians and groundskeepers are important staff members at a community college. They serve college students and staff by providing comfortable, engaging environments to enjoy. They also keep occupants safe, have the ability to save money for their institutions and ensure that critical assets work properly. Facilities personnel know that the space and assets they care for play a significant role in student retention.
The 2019 Guide to Campus Facilities Management for Community Colleges
To help community college and technical college facility managers take control of their facilities, we’ve created the 2019 Guide to Campus Facilities Management for Community Colleges, a free, comprehensive ebook that explores innovative ways to maximize operational efficiency at your college campus.
TOPICS COVERED IN THIS GUIDE:
- The Key to Doing More with Less on a Community College Campus
- How the Power of Data Collection Boosts Campus Facility Productivity
- Innovative and Affordable College Classroom Furniture Solutions
- Smart Strategies for Campus Landscaping and Grounds Maintenance
- The Benefits of Facility Management Software for Higher Education
Throughout the ebook, you will find helpful tips, tricks and resources for making your facilities department more successful.
Parking Lot Maintenance Checklist for Facility Managers
Parking lots are important, as they are one of the first things that people see when arriving to a community college campus. Just as a well-maintained parking lot can benefit a college’s reputation, a neglected parking lot can harm a college’s reputation. Deteriorating parking lots are not only an eye sore, but also a safety hazard to campus occupants. Follow the steps within this checklist to make sure your parking lots receive the preventative maintenance they need.
Are you interested in learning more about improving productivity and lowering operating costs at your community college? The AkitaBox team is here to help. Our experts can determine where your team can improve and what tools they’ll need to succeed. Start by viewing a short video demonstration of AkitaBox software or scheduling a free consultation with the AkitaBox team. With custom-tailored training and support, our team of success managers will help guide your facility in the right direction.