Presentation on theme: "Administrator Leadership Academy"— Presentation transcript:
1Administrator Leadership Academy Principal’s InformationYvonne L. GreenInterim Director of OperationsBuilding CommissionerOperations/Facilities Department2014
2Facilities Department Services Provided CustodialElectricalPlumbingHeatingCarpentryGlazier (Glass)Fire AlarmsPaintingPlasteringLocksGroundsAir ConditioningClocksPA Systems
3RESULTS BASED BUDGETING Directory Department of Operations Facilities Department Contact NumbersBuildings & Grounds Main Office (314)Custodial Manager Les Lentz (314)Area Manager (Area 1) Derrick Johnson (314)Area Manager (Area 2) Maurnice Tipton (314)Area Manager (Area 3) Marcus Townsend (314)Area Manager (Area 4) Vernice Stewart (314)Maintenance Manager Esther Walker (314)Asst. Maint. Manager Ed Smith (314)Asst. Maint. Manager Open PositionHVAC Manager Justin Blair (314)Asst. HVAC Manager Keith Vahey (314)Grounds Manager Ronald King (314)Director of Facilities Harold Lukins (314)Interim Director of OperationsBuilding Commissioner Yvonne Green (314)Facilities Manager Rosmon Johnson (314)Project Manager Mike Dobbs (314)Project Manager Square Watson (314)St. Louis Public Schools
4Area Custodial Managers – SLPS Assignments Derrick JohnsonMaurnice TiptonMarcus TownsendVernice Stewart(314)(314)(314)(314)Asst. Custodial ManagerAcademy of Envir. Science & MathAdams ElementaryAdult Basic EdAdministrative - 801Buildings & GroundsBuder ElementaryAshland ElementaryAmes ElementaryCarnahan HighBusch MiddleBlewett (Innovative concept)Beaumont HighFroebel ElementaryCentral VPA High / ClevelandCarr Lane MiddleBryan Hill ElementaryHodgen ElementaryClyde C. Miller HighCole (Pamoja) ElementaryCarver ElementaryHumboldt ElementaryDewey ElementaryColumbia ElementaryClay ElementaryLong MiddleFanning MiddleCompton Drew MiddleCollegiate School of Med. & Bio-Sci.Blow MiddleGallaudetCote Brilliante ElementaryGateway ComplexMadison College PrepGateway STEM HighDunbar ElementaryHamilton ElementaryMann ElementaryKennard ElementaryFarragut ElementaryHenry ElementaryMcKinley MiddleNahed Chapman New American Academy / Kottmeyer (NAPA)Ford ElementaryHerzog ElementaryMeramec ElementaryMallinckrodt ElementaryFood ServiceJefferson ElementaryMonroe ElementaryMason ElementaryHickey ElementaryLaclede ElementaryOak Hill ElementaryMeda P. (Safety/Security)Langston MiddleNance ElementaryPeabody ElementaryMetro HighLexington ElementaryNorthwest HighRoosevelt HighMullanphy ElementaryMitchell ElementarySoldan HighShenandoah ElementaryNottingham HighStevens MiddleWalbridge ElementarySigel ElementaryShaw ElementarySumner HighYeatman ElementaryWoerner ElementaryStix ElementaryVashon HighWoodward ElementaryRoe ElementaryWashington Montessori
5Information Needed When Requesting Repair Work At The Building RESULTS BASED BUDGETINGInformation Needed When Requesting Repair Work At The BuildingThe following information will be required when calling in a Work Order Request:Name and call back telephone number in case the call is disconnected for any reason.In case of Emergency (i.e. Fire, Flooding, Break-in, etc.) inform Call Center Rep and give details of the Emergency (definition can be found on page 8).Principal’s NameSchool or Building name (i.e. Roosevelt High)A complete description of the problem or issue in need of repair – including the following information:Room number or Area of building where repair is needed.Floor of building where repair is needed.Detailed description of problem/issue in need of repair.Provide any additional details necessary for inclusion in the Work Request.Solar Panel Array System Layout and How it Operates?Solar panels collect the sun’s energy and convert it to DC energy. This DC energy is fed to the 3 inverters and converted to the AC energy and goes to the Combining Panel.The AC energy travels down to the meter that records the amount of energy produced by the Solar panels.There is an AC disconnect as required by Ameren MissouriFrom the meter the AC energy produced is fed to the Building’s Distribution Panel.The Distribution panel feeds power through out the school.St. Louis Public Schools
6Work Order Request Options There are two options for submitting work order request.Option 1Submit the work request via phone by calling the Call Center Number:Follow the steps for work order submission on page (6).Option 2Submitting work request via web system URL through AramarkWebTMA .Contact the Aramark office at to receive your customized website.You will receive an fromDouble-click on the link included in the to open website.After website opens up.Click on File (upper left-hand corner) drop down menu will appear.On the drop down menu, click on SendThen choose Shortcut to desktop (this will add the link to your desktop for future request submissions)Once you have opened the web based work request follow the steps list on the following page.
7Work Order Request Submission Process Enter Requestor Name (First and Last).Enter Phone Number. (Required in case we have questions about the request)Enter Requestor . (example:Site/Building Name will already be populated.Area #, may be chosen from the drop down menu or include it in the Action Requested box.Request type field is defaulted to “Web Request”The repair center will be St. Louis Public SchoolsType your work request needs and comments in the Action Requested box providing details of what needs to be repaired.Once complete, click the Submit button to generate the request.* Special Note: Checking the “Notify Me” box will turn on notification using the requestor submitted. This will send notification to that address upon creation, status changes, and completion of the work that has been requested.
8Priority Codes Emergency – Immediate - 24 hours Definition: Failure to take immediate action that may result in bodily harm to students, staff or pose great threat to the property and interrupt the primary mission of the facility.An emergency work order can be downgraded to a routine or deferred priority if the reason for the emergency priority has been mitigated.Examples: Water main breaks, sewer back ups, utility outage, health and safety risks, someone locked in a room, unable to secure building, no hot water for kitchen, elevator stuck.Priority 1 – Urgent – Within 3 daysDefinition: Failure to take action within that predetermined period could jeopardize safety, facility assets, or interrupt facility operations.There is a need to take action within a predetermined time period.Examples: Repair seasonal air conditioning, repair heating, removal of graffiti, roof leak.
9Priority Codes cont… Deferred Priority 2 – Routine - Within 7-30 days Definition: Actions which should be performed at the first available opportunity but which the facility can continue their mission without interruption.Examples: One broken toilet in large bathroom, request for lock change due to change in teachers, cracked but not broken window, minor pipe leak, door not closing properly but can be locked.DeferredThese requests will have to wait until funding becomes available or scheduled maintenance.Work orders and work request are prioritized with all buildings being considered. This may cause some to be delayed to a later date or deferred.
10Department of Operations Building CommissionerInterim Executive Director Yvonne L. GreenAdministrative AssistantMaria Bautista-CuadraProp S Bond IssueMarian L. BrooksFacilities / ConstructionBudget Analyst Budget/ContractsLinda C. McKnightProject Manager Field SupervisorMike DobbsProject Manager Field SupervisorSquare WatsonFacilities ManagerRosmon JohnsonCustodial, MaintenanceAnd GroundsDirector of FacilitiesHarold LukinsARAMARKEnergy ManagerLisa WilliamsZone ManagersMoving / WarehouseSharon Johnson-NormanWarehouse SupervisorMoving CompaniesDirector of Real EstateWalker GaffneySt. Louis Parking Co.Parking GarageSt. Louis Public Schools