Grand Valley State Pew Campus Operations<br />Jon Englund<br />Sam King<br />Darren Chase<br />Trevor Spoelma<br />
Overview<br />Mission Statement: Educating students to shape their lives, professions, and their societies<br />Operation’...
GVSU Operations (Pew Campus)<br />Erin Babson<br />CHS; President’s house; The Rapid<br />Bill Luckstead<br />Muskegon; De...
Erin Babson<br /><ul><li>CHS:
Leased Space
Parking
Various Building-specific Concerns
President’s House:
Maintenance
Fully staffed by Grand Valley
The Rapid:
Capacity planning
Costs
Bus Scheduling</li></li></ul><li>Bill Luckstead<br />Michigan Alternative and Renewable Energy Center:<br />Located in Mus...
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    1. 1. Grand Valley State Pew Campus Operations<br />Jon Englund<br />Sam King<br />Darren Chase<br />Trevor Spoelma<br />
    2. 2. Overview<br />Mission Statement: Educating students to shape their lives, professions, and their societies<br />Operation’s purpose:<br />To keep campus safe and well maintained so students can focus on learning.<br />22 Full time employees<br />5 Managers<br />11 Maintenance<br />1 HVAC<br />5 Clerical<br />
    3. 3. GVSU Operations (Pew Campus)<br />Erin Babson<br />CHS; President’s house; The Rapid<br />Bill Luckstead<br />Muskegon; DeVos<br />Rence Meredith<br />Bike Factory; Eberhard; Housing; Utilities; Leased Space <br />Ron Villanueva<br />Parking Ramp, Kennedy, Holland, Landscaping<br />
    4. 4. Erin Babson<br /><ul><li>CHS:
    5. 5. Leased Space
    6. 6. Parking
    7. 7. Various Building-specific Concerns
    8. 8. President’s House:
    9. 9. Maintenance
    10. 10. Fully staffed by Grand Valley
    11. 11. The Rapid:
    12. 12. Capacity planning
    13. 13. Costs
    14. 14. Bus Scheduling</li></li></ul><li>Bill Luckstead<br />Michigan Alternative and Renewable Energy Center:<br />Located in Muskegon<br />Security Concerns<br />DeVos:<br />Space for different departments<br />Parking<br />Events<br />
    15. 15. Rence Meredith <br />Bike Factory:<br />Operations Department; Charter School; Johnson Philanthropy Center <br />Eberhard<br />Housing<br />Secchia Hall; Winter Hall<br />Utilities:<br />Heating; Plumbing; Electric<br />Leased Space:<br />Managing GV-owned Property; Revenue from unused space<br />
    16. 16. Ron Villanueva<br />Parking Ramp:<br />Traffic<br />Capacity<br />Kennedy:<br />Special Engineering Needs<br />Meijer Campus:<br />Located in Holland<br />Manage Specific Contracts<br />Snow; Landscaping; Hiring Student Workers<br />
    17. 17. Organizational Focus: The Rapid<br />The Rapid:<br />$3,000,000 Fixed cost run the busses<br />25,000 Riders per day<br />Completely managed by GVSU operations<br />
    18. 18. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B-MCaeG2xA0&feature=player_embedded<br />
    19. 19. Organizational Focus: Sustainability<br /><ul><li>Facilities/Facilities Layout trend
    20. 20. LEED Certified buildings
    21. 21. Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design
    22. 22. Background
    23. 23. GVSU has 10 LEED certified buildings
    24. 24.  MAREC
    25. 25. LEED Certified Gold (39 to 51 points)
    26. 26. Kennedy Hall
    27. 27. LEED Certified (33 to 38 points)
    28. 28.  Bycicle Factory
    29. 29. LEED Certified Silver (26 to 32 points)</li></li></ul><li>Organizational Focus: Collaboration <br /><ul><li>Organizations (APPA), National Conferences
    30. 30. “Best practices manual," publications
    31. 31. Steelcase
    32. 32. Tours once a month to see furniture in action
    33. 33. Try new products (Honors College smart boards)
    34. 34.  Communication with WMU to share ideas
    35. 35.  Work with vendors to test new products and methods
    36. 36.  Consolidating purchase orders with local higher ed institutions
    37. 37. Make or buy
    38. 38. Vendors give them quality work because GVSU is a respected place
    39. 39. Include items on university wide surveys
    40. 40. Measure the number of work orders completed and do follow up phone calls after to measure satisfaction.
    41. 41. 3 year contracts, evaluations </li></li></ul><li>Future Developments<br /><ul><li>Looking at parking, transit, and pedestrian traffic flow
    42. 42. Bike Rental program next year
    43. 43. New Seidman College of Business, Fall 2013
    44. 44. Facilities planning is the most involved.</li></li></ul><li>Suggestions<br />Increase coordination with Allendale Operations<br />Take further advantage of economies of scale<br />Attract more possible vendors in bidding competitions<br />Take advantage of government grant programs<br />Apply for grants that promote sustainable programs<br />Continue and increase mass transit programs<br />Explore additional destinations for the 50<br />Work with the Rapid to promote green technologies, Hybrid busses. <br />
    45. 45. Closing<br /><ul><li>As Grand Valley and Downtown campus continue to grow the options to Pew Campus Operations will also increase
    46. 46. Sustainability programs give GVSU positive press, especially our standing as a leader in LEED certification
    47. 47. The 50 route is important to students, promotes sustainability, and is one of GVSU's best assets
    48. 48. As the downtown campus grows outside contractors will be able to give GVSU better service.</li>

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