Facilities Management Division
Facilities Management Division of the General Services Department is responsible for the administration and daily operations of all Santa Fe executive state managed and operated buildings. It is our goal to provide a safe, comfortable, and functional working environment for the employees of our tenant agencies and visitors to our facilities. For customers seeking information on key building administration services, please review our services below:
Our Maintenance Services Team is equipped to perform many light maintenance requirements efficiently in a neat and orderly manner. Our technicians are trained and skilled in most all aspects of facility maintenance and repair. Our building engineers provide technical assistance in maintaining critical building infrastructure systems & components.
Facilities Management Division Custodial Services provides quality cleaning services using environmentally sustainable high performance products and processes to support customer satisfaction.
Administrative Support Services
The Business Office provides administrative, financial, information technology and warehouse support services to all units within the Facilities Management Division and our customers.
Landscape Care Services
The Landscape Care Services Team provides high-quality landscape which complements and enhances the architecture of our buildings, creating a welcoming atmosphere that is pleasing to our customers, employees, tenants, and visitors.
Facilities Management Division is committed to the objective of employing the best available conservation practices to curtail the excessive consumption of resources in supplying utility services to its facilities.
The Safety and Security Unit
The Safety and Security Unit provides all campuses with professional safety and security services that include incident response, investigation, and follow up of all security related matters that come to our attention. We strive to engage our customers via education, information sharing and training programs. Our strongest ally is deterrence and prevention.
- Safety Committee - The purpose of the safety committee is to bring employees and managers together to achieve and maintain a safe and healthy workplace. To assist in monitoring, improving, and maintaining job safety and occupational health as mandated by OSHA regulations.
- Employee Action Committee – Facilities Management Division is committed to the on-going recognition of the achievements and contributions of our employees and Supervisors. This program provides an avenue whereby employees’ and supervisors’ outstanding achievements and contributions will be recognized. This effort will support the mission, motto, core values and principals established by the Division.
The “Property Control Act” is found in Chapter 15, Article 3B, parts 1-20 of the laws of the State of New Mexico. As commonly found in references to citations of State statute, this reads “Section 15-3B-1 NMSA 1978.” This part of the law describes the duties and responsibilities of the Facilities Management Division (FMD). One of the first elements described is who is excluded from our control and New Mexico. As commonly found in references to citations of State statute, this reads “Section 15-3B-1 NMSA 1978.” This part of the law describes the duties and responsibilities of the FMD. One of the first elements described is who is excluded from our control and management.
All State buildings and land are under the control of the Facilities Management Division with the exception of:
- State Armory Board
- Office of Cultural Affairs
- State Fair Commission
- Department of Game and Fish
- State Highway and Transportation Department
- Commissioner of Public Lands
- State Parks Division of the Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department
- State Institutions of Higher Learning
- The New Mexico School for the Deaf
- The New Mexico School for the Visually Handicapped
- The Judicial Branch
- The Legislative Branch
The Facilities Management Division is responsible for:
- approximately 750 owned buildings of all types,
- approximately 6.5 million square feet, valued at over $493 million replacement cost,
- approximately 400 leased properties,
- approximately 2.8 million square feet, requiring nearly $50 million in rent payments, annually.