Kristie Toohill has been named the director of Facilities Management. Toohill has been employed by Facilities Management at Illinois State University since 1997 in several increasingly responsible positions.
The third shift Building Service Workers (BSWs) are the unseen team who clean 18 buildings encompassing dining areas and athletic facilities like the Fitness Center, Hancock Stadium, Horton (including pool), and part of Redbird Arena.
Andrew Sylvester has been with Illinois State for nine and a half years, with the last two and a half years as the assistant chief engineer working third shift.
To be a carpenter means to be knowledgeable in a wide array of areas and materials, not just wood working.
As winter is quickly approaching, ISU Grounds crew is ready for it with their new salt rock plant and salt brine plant. These plants are a reality due to three years of research, a strong partnership with Parking & Transportation and the availability of budgeted funds. Rock Salt Plant When the Grounds Crew becomes aware
With the Emerald Ash Borer feasting on ash trees, the ISU Grounds Team has been busy this year clearing 118 trees damaged by these insects (and other causes) while planting 104 new ones.
Facilities Management and Environmental Health and Safety staff members will be flushing fire hydrants across the Illinois State University campus October 23-27.
The Facilities’ team plays a critical role in Homecoming events; they has been busy working behind the scenes to ensure all the details, for each event, are coordinated in a sequence that meets everyone’s expectations.
At the end of June, Illinois State’s Recycling Center added a baler to expand its ability to reduce, reuse, and recycle initiative.
Nick Rohlfs, facilities machinist welder, has been hard at work this year on a fun project at Williams Hall.