UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls

Additional Facilities Management Records Information

DOA FACILITY RELATED APPLICATIONS AND SERVICES USED BY STATE AGENCIES  1. WISBUILD

 
WisBuild is an in-house developed extranet web application used as a collaborative tool for managing building projects under the State of Wisconsin's capital building program. Two key functions of WisBuild include construction change management and vendor payment request processing. 

For a brief overview, see the slideshow entitled, Intro to WisBuild at .http://wisbuild.doa.state.wi.us/

See RDA’s FAC00011-Construction Project File; FAC00012-Construction Project File-Historically Significant Facilities; FAC00014-Unsuccessful Bids and Unsolicited Proposals as well as Fiscal and Accounting series related to capital accounting.

2. WALMS

 
The Wisconsin Asbestos and Lead Management System (WALMS) is a web-based database designed for use by Wisconsin DOA Division of State Facilities, State Agency personnel, as well as select consultants. For each building in the Wisconsin State Facilities list, this centralized management system allows both data entry and reporting of information gathered during asbestos and lead-based paint surveys. This information includes:

  • Asbestos containing materials (ACM) and non-ACM materials lists by building and by floor
  • Homogeneous materials
  • Floor plans
  • Abatement cost estimates

 
See RDA FAC00013-Asbestoes and Hazardous Material and Environmental Remediation Case File.

3. FACILITIES MANAGEMENT INFORMATION CENTER (FMIC) 

 
The DSF Facilities Management Information Center (FMIC) provides centralized support for DSF's Bureau of Facilities Management.  Specifically, FMIC provides the following services:

  • Call Center -- Provide tenants centralized facility maintenance support for all DOA-owned facilities 
  • Work Order Dispatching -- Dispatch work order requests (preventative and corrective) from tenants to facility management shops 
  • CMMS -- Provide computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) software support to record all work order data, including status and cost to complete.

The information center is staffed weekdays from 7:30 am until 4:30 pm.  Emergency situations such as safety hazards, burning smells, leaks, plugged toilets; etc should be reported directly to the information center by calling (608) 266-1485.  If there is an emergency situation after hours, please report it to the Capitol Police at (608) 266-7700.  All other requests for building services should be made through the web-based form.
See RDA FAC00051 Facility Maintenance Work Orders and Logs.