Welcome to Property Management

Property Management is the principal contact for clients for all their service requirements. Every building on the St. George campus has a designated Property Manager. Property Management oversee capital renewal (deferred maintenance and facilities renewal) programs to ensure University buildings are kept in a state of good repair, general maintenance, and minor renovations on campus.
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Standard Services

  • Managing the operational day‐to‐day questions and maintenance requirements of the buildings
  • Ensuring that the facilities are well‐maintained and in a state of good repair
  • Responding to emergencies (disaster recovery) and to routine and general repairs
  • Evaluation and consultation of any work affecting structural, mechanical, or electrical systems
  • Renovations and renewal of existing space
  • Conducting building condition audits
  • Conducting and implementing energy saving initiatives
  • Coordinating electrical, mechanical, carpentry, locksmith, accessibility, elevators, lift devices, garage door, air quality, asbestos, hazardous materials, mould, pest, and animal control service requirements
  • Assisting with the coordination of system shutdowns
  • Assisting with fire drills
Infrastructure Renewal
  • Maintaining a priority basis program to address backlog of deferred maintenance
  • Replacement of existing out‐dated roofs with new sustainable roofing systems
  • Building envelope repairs (brickwork, pre‐cast panels, glazing, skylights, chimneys, windows)
  • Parking garage structures
  • Accessibility lift devices (elevators, ramps, etc.)
  • Flooring (staircases, corridors, stages, loading docks)
  • Washroom retrofits and renovations
  • Common area improvement and renovations

Additional Services

  • Electrical, voice, and data requirements not already in place
  • Mechanical and plumbing requirements not already in place
  • Renovations of existing space
  • Securing design services for architectural, structural, mechanical, electrical, and access control services
  • Furnishing requirements for office fit‐ups and renovations
  • Installation of new lab equipment

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