In summer 2018, WMU Landscape initiated a reforestation project on East Campus that intends to increase ecosystem diversity, prevent erosion, and help protect the soil, air, water and wildlife communities.
Introducing behavior based safety
In summer 2014, WMU Building Custodial and Support Services formed a safety committee to design a customized behavior based safety program to keep the custodians safe at work. The goal of the program is to eliminate unsafe acts or at-risk behavior from employees.
From flowers to flurries
Western Michigan University's campus gets a lot of snow. Landscape Services works hard to keep WMU's campus safe during the winter.
The age of the iPad
On a campus that is a second home to nearly 29,000 students, faculty and staff with over 200 buildings, maintenance can become quite a daunting task. To help manage the work load of nearly 54,000 work orders per year, WMU Maintenance Services has taken the leap into the 21st century and brought iPads into the workplace.
Special projects crew
The special projects crew is a group of thirteen highly trained custodians and two lead custodians from Building Custodial and Support Services that come together each year from mid-April through mid-August to focus on specialized detail cleaning.
Arbor Day celebration
This Arbor Day Celebration was our ninth annual planting event and also highlighted our sixth consecutive year as "Tree Campus USA" as designated by The National Arbor Day Foundation. Way to "grow" Broncos!
East Hall renovations
The Projects and Construction division of the Facilities Management department at Western Michigan University has been diligently at work reviewing and seeking a balance of the architectural design, the projects budget and the project schedule for the East Hall renovation and Alumni Center.