At Carleton, FMP’s Plant Operations plays a pivotal role in managing a state-of-the-art, high-pressure steam-generating facility. The steam produced serves essential functions, including heating, hot water generation, and space humidification.

In addition to steam generation, Plant Operations oversees several critical areas, including:

  1. Distributed Chilled Water Plants: These facilities are spread throughout the campus to provide cooling and ensure comfortable environments.
  2. Building Plumbing Systems: Managing the plumbing systems within buildings to ensure efficient water distribution.
  3. Storm and Sanitary Sewers: Overseeing the university’s stormwater and sanitary sewer systems.
  4. Water Treatment: Maintaining water treatment for all heating and cooling systems to ensure optimal performance and longevity.
  5. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems: Ensuring that refrigeration and air conditioning systems are running efficiently to provide comfort and support various activities on campus.

Plant Operations is committed to the smooth and reliable operation of these critical systems, contributing to a safe and comfortable campus environment.