With competition for students and faculty at an all-time high and a backlog in deferred maintenance, both public and private universities are experiencing significant financial pressures. As a result, schools are looking for new and creative ways to generate efficiencies while also enhancing their campus. The good news: you can take steps to reduce costs, make much-needed capital investments and build a vibrant campus community at the same time through campus facility management.
Our campus facilities management platform includes engineering and maintenance, custodial and groundskeeping services. Schools like Harvard Medical School, MIT, ASU and Spalding University are taking advantage of these services.
We offer a transparent approach – so that when savings are achieved, they’re shared with you. We’re so confident that we can deliver savings, that we’re offering a complimentary assessment, to identify potential opportunities for savings.
Learn how you can save
We’ve helped schools across the country make their campuses more appealing to students and faculty while reducing costs. Browse the resources below to see some of their stories, and explore the details about how we seamlessly integrate with existing facilities staff.
Our staffing transition program is designed to put your facilities management associates at ease and create a positive and productive relationship from the start.
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Spalding University faced a major challenge: budgets were tight, yet the university’s leadership was committed to improving the campus and facilities experience. Learn how Spalding University enhanced its campus while controlling costs.
Seven strategies to uncover cost savings through university facilities management.
Tennessee’s agencies and higher education institutions can now use JLL’s professional facilities management services—expected to save the state millions of dollars.
National Practice Group Leader, Higher Education
Co-President, JLL Higher Education
Executive Vice President, Higher Education IFM