Facilities and Maintenance

Facilities and Maintenance

Facilities and Maintenance Departments have the responsibility to maintain and improve all buildings within the district.

Scott Wieskamp

Scott Wieskamp

Director of Facilites and Maintenance
402-436-1072

As Director, Scott oversees both the Facilities and Maintenance Departments. Any concerns regarding the areas of facilities, maintenance, and grounds should be directed to him. This would include:

  • Air Conditioning
  • Architecture
  • Cabinet Making
  • Carpentry
  • Computer Repair
  • Concrete and Masonry
  • Construction
  • Design and Planning
  • Electrical
  • Heating
  • Playgrounds
  • Plumbing
  • Snow Removal
  • Swimming Pools
  • Ventilation

Support Staff

Lori Gormley, Facilities Executive Secretary

LPS Design Guidelines

Access this page to download a copy of the LPS Design Guidelines for our construction projects.

Posted on January 23, 2014


MSDS

Posted on December 10, 2013


ARCHIBUS

ARCHIBUS Room Reservation

Posted on October 17, 2013


Facilities Training Site

Learn how to submit work requests using TMASYSTEMS and adjust building schedules using Andover Building Automation System.

Posted on August 21, 2013


Special Non-LPS Staff ID Card

The ID Card System is the means to provide building access of special non-LPS staff to our district buildings. The term “special non-LPS staff” means persons who are in LPS buildings on a routine basis for official school business, such as vendors, community partners and other individuals or groups as designated by Facilities and Maintenance (FM).

Posted on October 15, 2010


LPS Staff Key and ID Card Information

Posted on September 16, 2010


Mission Statement

The role of the Facilities and Maintenance Departments is to support the students and staff by providing an enabling, safe, and operationally functional educational environment while protecting the community's investment in facilities and equipment.

Facilities Room Reservations

Click ARCHIBUS to access Lincoln Public Schools room reservation system.

TMA and Web Client Authorization Form

Click on TMA and Web Client Authorization Form and complete the form for authorization to enter work requests in TMA and/or access Web Client schedules for door/HVAC equipment.  This form must be sent to Facilities and Maintenance for approval to TMA and/or Web Client. 

TMA

TMA is the Work Request / Work Order system for Lincoln Public Schools.  You can submit a work request through TMA for any problem from a roof leak to flooring material and anything in between and a work order will be created.  A sign-in name and password are required to use TMA. 

Click on TMA iService Desk to gain access to Facilities and Maintenance Service Center to submit a work request, to query a work request or work order, or to search by a work request number or work order number.  (Note: the entire work order number must be used when querying a work order (i.e., FM-12345678).

TMA Training is scheduled with the individual after their TMA and Web Client Authorization Form is received.  Susie Ahlberg will contact the individual to schedule TMA Training, which is usually done at the individual's site by Wayne Regnier.  These one-hour sessions provide useful training materials to help in entering work requests for your building.  Current authorized requesters can request a refresher course to stay up-to-date with any changes to the TMA. 

TMA Facts

Andover Building Automation for your School

Click here to view:

  • AHU Report: shows roof top unit(s) readings for your building
  • Boiler Report: shows boiler(s) readings for your building
  • Room Temp Report: shows indoor climate data for your building
  • Schedule Override Time: shows minute log for current school year

Web Client

This is the program used by Andover Control Building Automation System, which allows documentation of building schedules for doors and HVAC equipment.  This site is only available within the LPS network and a sign-in name and password are required to use Web Client. 

Web Client to access the login page (only available from inside LPS network using Internet Explorer Browser)

Web Client Training is scheduled with the individual after their TMA and Web Client Authorization Form is received.  Susie Ahlberg will contact the individual to schedule Web Client Training and training is usually done at the individual's site by Wayne Regnier.  These one-hour sessions provide useful training materials to help in scheduling door and HVAC Equipment schedules for your building.  Current authorized requesters can request a refresher course to stay up-to-date with any changes to Web Client.