Facilities Management

Shaw provides diverse facilities management services for the operation of large, mission-essential military and aerospace facilities, including:

  • America's only manned space launch center at Kennedy Space Center in Florida
  • U.S. Department of Energy's premier research and development facility at Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico
  • Fort Rucker, home to the Army's Aviation Warfighting Center in Alabama

Under comprehensive government services contracts, Shaw is responsible for providing the full range of facility management activities, including maintenance and operations of all facets of transportation services, grounds maintenance, utility systems; heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC); pest control; solid waste management; supply services; and material maintenance.

Facilities management services include:

  • Program support services
  • Architect, engineering, and construction services
  • Housing maintenance
  • Utilities operation, maintenance, and management
  • Water/wastewater treatment
  • Maintenance of roads and public areas
  • Operation of family service centers
  • Operation of fire training school
  • Transportation services (refuse, material transfers, delivery, buses)
  • Fuel, oxygen, and nitrogen for vehicle and aircraft
  • Maintenance shop services (plumbing, sandblasting, electrical, emergency/service, and carpentry)
  • Lighting and radar systems maintenance and support
  • Network and small computer support
  • Records and reports management
  • Morale, welfare, and recreation services (community events, counseling, employee assistance programs, and crisis management, as well as public affairs)
  • Occupational safety and health
  • Material support services
  • Waste management

We also bring specific technologies and practices customized for facilities management, including:

Advanced Work Control Systems – We operate fully integrated, centralized Work Control Centers (WCCs) to receive, process, and control all work activities using advanced Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS).

Innovations and Commercial Best Practices – We use innovative approaches and best practices to reduce the level of effort required to perform maintenance and repair functions while improving the quality of workmanship. Several tools and processes we've implemented for clients have resulted in substantial increases in productivity and quality.

For more information, contact us at [email protected].

If you wish to submit your resume, please do so through the Careers section of our website.

Feature Project

Site Support Services for Los Alamos National Laboratory

Services: Public Works and Logistics Services
Location: Los Alamos, NM
Duration: 5 years


Staff and operate a 1,500-member workforce.

Perform operations, maintenance, main/service line disconnection, and utility tie-ins on all DOE-owned outside water distribution and wastewater utility systems.