The Administrative Service Unit of the State of Tennessee Real Estate Asset Management is responsible for the following:
Building safety is important and is continually monitored. To be in compliance with the "Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1972," the State of Tennessee strives to furnish to each of its employees a place of employment free from recognized hazards likely to cause death or serious injury.
The goal of Tenant Support Services is to efficiently and effectively operate, manage and maintain all facilities assigned to the State's Facilities Revolving Fund in a manner that will ensure a comfortable, safe, and secure working environment for State occupants and their visitors and to protect the State's investments in property assets. Services include the following: technical support through in-house staff and consultant contracts; design, bidding and coordination of maintenance and tenant requested projects; capital budget preparation and submittal; administration of special projects as assigned by the Commissioner of General Services.
The Tenant Work Order Request Form has been revised so that anyone wishing to request work from STREAM can download a PDF version of the Work Order, save it and submit it electronically. Click on the link above to download the Tenant Work Order Request Form and its Instruction Sheet.
State of Tennessee Real Estate Asset Management also appreciates your participation in the Summer 2011 Facility Survey and we look forward to your suggestions in our 2012 survey. (TBA)
State of Tennessee Real Estate Asset Management has 177 employee positions statewide. Our staff is composed of: Administrative Secretaries, Administrative Assistants, Building Maintenance Workers, Grounds Workers, Custodial Workers, Heating and Refrigeration Mechanics, Maintenance Electricians, Facility Supervisors, etc. The Department of Personnel has a listing of vacancies by job titles, descriptions, minimum qualifications, testing methods, and salary ranges.