Building Services is responsible for providing custodial services spanning over 9 million gsf. This area is comprised of academic and administrative buildings, in addition to all of Notre Dame's residence halls, athletic buildings and the Morris Inn and Notre Dame Conference Center.
The Office of Continuous Improvement helps the University meet its strategic goals by leading and coaching process improvement projects. The Office utilizes a set of tools and methods associated with the Lean Six Sigma process improvement methodology.
Finance and Administration
Finance and Administration encompasses the operation of the Campus Work Control Center, building management for the Coleman-Morse Center and DeBartolo Hall, the finance and information technology functions for the Campus Services Division and management of the University's Land O' Lakes facility.
Landscape Services is responsible for grounds maintenance, some landscape installation, and a majority of snow and ice removal for a vast portion of the University's 1,250-acre campus.
The Office of Sustainability aims to reduce the University’s carbon and other energy related emissions, help campus members to conserve resources, and increase awareness of sustainable practices with a focus on Catholic social teaching’s connection to sustainability.
Warehouse, Delivery and Transportation
Warehouse, Delivery and Transportation is the logistics hub for campus consisting of the following units: Central Receiving, General Services, Mail Distribution, Recycling, Surplus Property, and Transportation Services.