Facilities Services Departments
Facilities Services provide the students, staff and community of Fulton County with high performance facilities that support college and career readiness and are consistently recognized as meeting the commitments made to the community.
The Environmental Services Department promotes technical competencies in the custodial staff that reflect the industry standard, manage hazardous waste, refuse collection, lawn maintenance, custodial contracts and investigate IAQ concerns as these relate to providing safe, clean healthy and attractive instructional environment that support student learning.
The Maintenance Services Department provide preventive maintenance, corrective maintenance and emergency response services to all facilities and equipment in the Fulton County School system in a cost effective manner that is transpartent to building occupants. The primary mission is to keep all facilities and equipment serviced and operating properly to create a safe and healthy environment conducive to learning, teaching and all other activities that occur in the educational process.
South Maintenance 470-254-3434
North Maintenance 470-254- 7070
Portables and Renovations
The Portables and Renovations Department provide and maintain safe, functional and serviceable temporary instructional facilities in a cost effective, timely manner and to provide planning, oversight and project administration services relative to renovations and alterations to existing buildings and grounds facilities system wide.
The Utilities Services Department provides ventilation, heating, air-conditioning, and refrigeration services throughout the school system in a cost effective, transparent manner that enhances the educational process. Additional responsibilities include demand-side management of all utilities and budget responsibilities for utilities.
Receive, transfer, store and distribute designated material from other departments or schools. This material includes; classroom furniture, frozen/dry food, textbooks, special education, records and specialized school equipment such as computers.
Provides commercial level printing where the cost of printing is charged back to the schools and departments. This operation produces over 25 million impressions a year and saves the school district twenty to thirty five percent.
Operate a surplus school equipment and material program that picks up, redistributes, declares and disposes of surplus.
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