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Facilities Management

The mission of Farmington Public Schools' Facilities Management Department is simple: To create an environment that facilitates optimal teaching & learning experiences as well as continuous school improvement, asking ourselves daily, "How will my decision impact student achievement?Here is how we achieve this:

  • Maintenance and Repairs: Our highly skilled HVAC technicians and skilled maintenance staff quickly respond to all issues, from leaky roofs to heating and cooling systems to playground repairs, ensuring that everything is in perfect working order.
  • Safety and Security: We prioritize the safety of our schools by maintaining security systems, fire alarms, equipment and routine building inspections, ensuring that all of our schools and school grounds meet the highest safety standards.
  • Cleaning and Disinfecting: Our dedicated custodial staff keeps classrooms, bathrooms, and common areas spotless, and sanitized that creates a healthy environment for everyone.
  • Utilities Management: We manage our water, electricity, and heating systems to ensure our schools are comfortable and energy-efficient.

SAFETY DATA SHEETS (LINK) - Click here to access safety data sheets that reference all chemicals used or that may be stored in our District. This information includes product and first aid information should a spill occur.


Superintendent Delgado "District Spotlight" interview with Kevin Adams, Master Electrician and Scott Lasky, Master Carpenter (June 2024)


Superintendent Delgado "District Spotlight" interview with Harold Mack, FPS Head Custodian, Ramone Hawkins, ABM Evening Custodian and Daniela Nistor, ABM Supervisor (May 2024)


Submit a work order - Please note that work orders must be placed by the building secretary, with priority given to safety requests.

Facilities Management and Transportation Organizational Chart


Environmental Stewardship

FPS Facilities is committed to environmental stewardship through its award-winning Green Team, led by Ms. Rivett, Assistant Supervisor of Maintenance, and a recycling partnership with Republic Services. Ms. Lisa Boyce, Assistant Supervisor of Custodial Services, oversees and ensures that the District is environmentally conscious and protects our Rouge River Watershed through her work with Michigan's Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE)    


2020 Bond Updates

Summer 2024 bond construction includes work at nine locations, including Early Childhood, Warner Middle School and Central High School. Additionally, the District's administrative office will be moving to their new location on Freedom Road (between Orchard Lake Road and Farmington Road) in mid-September. This re-location provides much-needed departmental space as well as multiple meeting rooms and a home for the District's virtual program. After their move is complete, construction will begin on the current central office to convert the building to a 21,000 square foot warehouse. Each school will have dedicated space for the storage of furniture and classroom materials, which will free up space at our schools.  Click here for bond updates from McCarthy & Smith (general contractors for our 2020 bond initiative).


Cleanliness and Disinfecting

Our department is responsible for student, staff and visitor safety, specifically as it relates to cleanliness and disinfecting. Our response to mitigate the spread of airborne or surface viruses is to maintain an inventory of effective disinfecting products and techniques to limit occupant exposure to airborne and surface irritants and disease. We have invested in new technologies to quickly destroy any suspected virus, one example being the purchase of three Violet Defense units that kill all known viruses and bacteria (using ultraviolet A, B, C and blue light technology) in less than 30 minutes. These units are tripod mounted and can be moved from school to school as needed. The units work by pulsing lights during overnight hours and will even kill mold given enough applications. These Violet Defense units are laboratory-rated as a much more effective and safer solution than traditional disinfectant sprays. 

For additional information regarding classroom airflow, please click here.

Public Notice

Direct Office Number: 248-489-3436