Project Location: Kennedy Space Center Facility Responsibility: Maintenance and Operations of 13 buildings totaling 50,000 s.f., a 15,000 foot runway, Grounds Maintenance, Environmental Services, and all facilities support equipment Duration: 4 years Owner: Space Florida RUSH Facilities is responsible for the operations and maintenance of the Spaceport (Space Shuttle) Landing Facility at the Kennedy Space…
What Makes RUSH Facilities Different?
We bring together high-quality and full-service facility management, building maintenance, project management, and general contracting, along with maintenance and repair services at an affordable price.
We have the capability to help design, build and maintain your facilities at the highest levels ensuring compliance with local, state, and federal agencies, regulations, and code requirements.
We provide management and maintenance services for facilities and grounds to minimize downtime and reduce costs of ownership and operation.
- Life cycle cost reduction
- Life safety compliance
- Electrical, plumbing, HVAC, mechanical, repair, and maintenance
- Emergency management planning and preparation
- Construction management
- Design/Build with future maintenance plans
- Lean Six Sigma Trained
- Additional service provider contract management
- Environmental and energy management
Control costs while improving performance and efficiency with facilities maintenance solutions and services from RUSH Facilities. Utilizing a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) we will manage assets and facilities data, reduce maintenance costs, schedule preventative and corrective maintenance, and increase asset life all while driving down the total cost of ownership.
Space Florida Launch and Landing Facility
RUSH Facilities has a 4-year contract with Space Florida at the Kennedy Space Center to maintain the Space Shuttle Landing Facility.
This includes responsibility for 2,400 acres of developed and non-developed land, the maintenance and operations of 13 buildings and structures, repairs and maintenance of a 15,000-foot runway and runway lighting, grounds maintenance, environmental services, and the airport ground support equipment as required by Space Florida, NASA, FDOT, and FAA requirements