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Facilities Management Maintaining American University's buildings and equipment

Facilities Management's mission is to effectively operate and maintain a safe, functional, clean, and attractive living and learning environment at American University.

We maintain and improve the university's facilities. Our teams are comprised of experienced professionals who are skilled in a broad range of trades and technical disciplines. We help to prevent facilities-related problems and, when needed, quickly investigate and solve problems.

Shuttle Services

Shuttle Services

AU's shuttle services connects students, faculty, staff, and guests with main campus, the Washington College of Law, and the Tenleytown Metro station.

Shuttle Services

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Campus Construction

Visit out construction page to find out about any construction on campus. 

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Have A Facility Related Issue?

2FIX can help you with lighting, electrical, temperature, and plumbing issues, grounds maintenance and more

Customer Services Response

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Energy & Engineering (E&E)

Central Plant Operations, Electrical and Life Safety, Building Automation, Commissioning, & Energy Conservation

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Request a Project

Begin a capital renewal project with Capital Program Management.

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Construction on AU's campus

Capital Program Management

Construction, focusing on capital renewal and smaller capital projects.

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Campus Beautification Day

Learn about our annual Campus Beautification Day.

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Environment ·

Meltzer Center Poised to Be AU’s First Net Zero Building, but What Is Net Zero?

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