Facilities management is responsible for most of the work involved in maintaining, repairing and altering Smith's residential, academic and administrative buildings.
Facilities Management Vehicle Fleet Update
Facilities Management no longer has 14-passenger buses; therefore, we cannot accommodate bus reservations in the future. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. If your department requires a bus rental, please use the link below to the purchasing website for possible bus companies you may consider using.
Scott Gym Window Replacement 7/16-10/3
Please be advised that starting on Wednesday, July 16th, preparation work for the window replacement on Scott Gym will start with the removal of exterior caulk. This portion of the work will proceed from the south end of the building counterclockwise around to the north and will take 10 to 14 days. Work will be performed on second shift and weekends. For more information please see the Construction Projects page.
health services building construction update 7/21
Construction on the new Center for Health and Wellness is moving rapidly towards completion, with opening scheduled for August. See Construction Projects page for more details..
Chilled Water Line Installation:
The work being planned is to extend central campus chilled water mains from John M. Greene basement across Elm Street to provide chilled water for Cutter and Ziskind Houses. Though only Cutter and Ziskind will have air conditioning added at this time, the mains are sized to also provide chilled water from our main chiller plant to handle future air conditioning needs in a number of other buildings east of Elm Street should the college decide to do so at a later time. Please see Construction Projects page for more details.
Health Services Building Construction/Belmont Ave Parking Lot Closure
Smith will be constructing a new Health Services Building in the vicinity of the existing Belmont Avenue parking lot. More information, including alternate parking, is available on our Construction Projects page.
Eye On Energy at Smith College
New software shows energy and water use in Smith buildings
Smith College recently unveiled an interactive technology that enables students, faculty and alumnae to view, from any computer, the level of energy and water use in campus houses and buildings. More information.