Tim P. Norton, MS, Ed.Dc, CFM
Assistant Vice President for Facilities Management
723 N 18th St
Phone: (402) 280-2780
Fax: (402) 280-2358
If something in your building needs attention, please use the Service Request Form for routine items or call 280-2780 for emergencies.
As professional employees, we support Creighton's mission by providing quality services and the management of physical assets, and the stewardship of resources in accordance with University polices, values, regulatory requirements, and best practices.
Facilities Management is committed to:
With the change to two-way traffic on Florence Boulevard (19th Street) and 20th Street came a change in parking on 20th Street. The City of Omaha has installed back-in angled parking along this stretch of road.
Confused about how to use these parking spots? The City of Austin has a video demonstrating how to park in the spots.
The City of Omaha issued a letter explaining the stalls when the first ones were installed in 2012.
Beginning Friday, June 20, and lasting until about Dec. 1, access from 24th Street along the Old Gym to ConAgra Plaza will be closed to all automobile traffic and parking. Contractors will have access only as they construct the new elevator and stair atrium addition to the west side of St. Johnís Church. Public Safety is notifying all building occupants affected by the project and with Card Services to limit access to this location. Pedestrian traffic will also be limited with barricades, fencing and signage installed to indicate public routes around this area.
A map is available here for further clarification.
The employees of Facilities Management, September 2013
Creighton University is committed to continually improving our management of energy resources, which reduces both operating costs and related forms of pollution. We are proud to be part of the family of businesses who have joined with ENERGY STAR.
The Arbor Day Foundation has named Creighton University a ?Tree Campus USA University? for the sixth year in a row for its dedication to campus forestry management and environmental stewardship.
Tree Campus USA, a new national program launched by the Arbor Day Foundation, honors college and universities and the leaders of the campus and surrounding communities for promoting healthy urban forest management and engaging the campus in environmental stewardship.
More information can be found on the press release.