Good maintenance practices address the building envelope (walls, roof, floors, etc.) major systems, equipment and other critical features are essential for success of the educational/instructional process while extending the useful life of the building and other facility assets. Maintenance of educational facilities generally requires the coordinated management of a variety of individual trades and crafts, support-related functions and contracted services. Various trades / crafts include, but are not limited too...
The Life Safety Systems team is dedicated to ensuring the operation of all Fire Protection Systems, such as Fire Alarm, Fire Extinguishers, Fire Sprinkler Systems and Kitchen Hoods. This is a coordinated effort between district staff and contracted companies. Our skilled district technicians hold various NICET Certifications.
Life Safety also includes district Locksmiths that maintain the operation of literally tens of thousands of doors in all buildings district wide. Door hardware, keys and locks on both interior and exterior doors are maintained by our staff of just 3 locksmiths!