Facilities Management Services

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Welcome to Facilities Management Services Division (FMS) that provides college-wide support of equitable student success!

As stewards of PCC’s built and natural environment our services range from planning, design, construction projects, and agency interaction to maintenance, custodial, mail distribution, warehouse, property management, surplus, grounds and landscaping, sustainability initiatives, recycling, environmental management, occupational safety, and utility/energy efficiency.

Serving 78,000 students, PCC is the largest Oregon higher education institution. Covering a 1,500 square mile district with 2.6 million gross square feet comprising of 65 facilities and 416 acres of grounds. FMS services four campuses – Sylvania, Rock Creek, Cascade, and Southeast. FMS also currently supports eight centers and locations: CLIMB, Downtown, Hillsboro, Newberg, Portland Metropolitan, Swan Island Trades, Willow Creek and Central Distribution Services.

FMS includes several key departments: Planning, Design, Construction, College Architect, Sustainability, Central Distribution Services, Custodial, Grounds, Maintenance, Energy Management, Environmental Health and Safety, Support Services, and Administration.

The FMS team includes more than 200 talented and engaged individuals who are dedicated to providing the most effective, safe, and customer-oriented service to the College community maintaining an educational environment in support of recruitment, retention, and PCC’s strategic plan. Our staff includes a culturally diverse team of managers, technical professionals, administrative support, skilled trades, support staff, and students that ensures the best learning environment on one of the most beautifully-built and operated colleges among Oregon’s 17 community colleges.

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With appreciation,

Tony Ichsan ARM, CEFP, LEED AP                                                                                                                                                                                                  Director, Facilities Management Services