Maintenance and Operations Department
The Maintenance and Operations department is responsible for the cleaning and maintenance of the districts 1.8 million square feet and 650 acres of land. We strive to provide a safe, healthy and clean environment that enhances the educational programs for all our students.
The grounds crew is responsible for mowing and landscape of approximately 600 acres of land including the care for athletic fields, and playground maintenance; snow and ice removal; and equipment maintenance.
Maintenance Tech and Building Working Leaders
HVS District Maintenance and Working Leaders are responsible for routine and corrective maintenance, minor construction and various other projects. The maintenance techs are also responsible for maintaining heating and cooling building needs. The High School Foreman are certified as pool operators. Over 1.8 square feet of space in 19 different buildings is maintained by the district’s maintenance staff.
Each custodial employee is responsible for cleaning approximately 36,000 square feet of space. The custodian’s day begins after the school day has ended, when classrooms, hallways, restrooms, office space and other areas are cleaned in preparation for the next day. The work performed by custodians is to provide a clean, attractive and safe learning environment for students and staff.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requires that each year, district workers and building occupants receive notification about asbestos activities such as response actions and inspections. The purpose of this correspondence is to meet those requirements and familiarize you with the asbestos related activities that have been conducted in Huron Valley Schools during the last year.
In 1988, Huron Valley Schools contracted with Asbestos Management Inc., to conduct inspections for asbestos containing material (ACM) within all district owned buildings. These Management Plans are available for review in the administrative office of each building. An electronic copy of each building management plan is also located in the Maintenance and Operations office.
The AHERA regulation requires surveillance of the condition of ACM every six months and re-inspections every three years. The Three-Year re-inspection within each of our buildings was conducted in October of 2019. The next re-inspection will be conducted in March of 2022. The last periodic surveillance was conducted in September of 2021. All of these surveillance activities will be included as part of the building’s Management Plans.
During the past year there were minor abatement at various buildings in the district. All documentation regarding past and future asbestos abatement projects are available to be viewed electronically, for access please contact the designated person at the Maintenance and Operations Office. Air tests will be conducted throughout all phases of the future asbestos removal projects at each building. The air samples will be collected and analyzed in accordance with all regulatory agency requirements.
Director of Maintenance & Operations
Supervisor of Maintenance
Supervisor of Operations