Have a small repair? Maintenance requests include small repairs like in-kind replacements, light switches and electrical outlets.

Moving from one space to another? Learn more about campus occupancy then submit your request, including details on the move and the formal approval from your unit’s leadership.

Need help with a facility project? Start here with the Campus Planning, Design and Construction workflow to begin projects that take more than routine maintenance, repair or in-kind replacements.

The Executive Facilities Committee (EFC), which represents the interests of faculty, staff and students, meets monthly to discuss project requests that require additional review and to formally accept items that can be expedited for completion.

Serving as the initial point of contact for project requests, the Campus Construction Management group reviews requests involving Texas A&M buildings, infrastructure, parking and amenities, including auxiliary entities.

From routine and preventative maintenance and service contracts to building access, Facilities Management supports all of Texas A&M, including branch and distant site locations.

Deemed the official keeper of the campus map for building locations/inventory, Facilities Analytics and Mapping supports space requests and compliance for state and federal reporting needs.

With targeted efforts to increase efficiency and reduce our carbon footprint, Utilities and Energy Services connects faculty, staff, students and visitors with power in more than 30 million square feet of facilities, manages power plants in two different locations and brings recycling services campus wide.