Providing a clean, safe and healthy environment for students, faculty, staff and visitors is a critical aspect of operating a thriving institution. The impression your facilities leave on people is lasting and tangible.
Student enrollment, faculty and staff recruiting and retention and overall image of your institution are all impacted by the standards set for both the health and appearance of your campus.
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facility operations & maintenance
WFF can design a full-service, customized plant operations and maintenance program for your institution.
Our team of industry experts will implement a program to effectively manage all aspects of building systems, including HVAC, electrical, mechanical and plumbing.
Whether it’s performing corrective maintenance, scheduled preventative maintenance, or overseeing major capital projects, we take ownership of ensuring your physical plant operates with maximum efficiency.
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Campus Readiness: COVID-19 resources
We cherish our partnerships with colleges and universities, and take seriously our role as trusted advisors.
Our Campus Readiness planning provides tested solutions to cleaning and disinfecting tasks for your campus, preparing for a safer return when the time is right. Learn more about how we’re equipping our teams with best practices, expert processes, and top technology to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
We consider many factors when designing the program, including desired outcomes, building types, traffic patterns, and seasonality.
While these factors are all critical parts of an effective program, it’s our quality assurance program that ensures results meet or exceed your expectations.
Our commitment to sustainability – much like our approach to business – is one of partnership and shared dedication amongst our leadership, onsite team members, and higher education partners.
From involvement in environmental campaigns to development of campus-wide temperature policies, we collaborate with students, faculty, and staff to care for the environment.
Ultimately, our motivation far exceeds a policy statement. It’s just the right thing to do.