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(June 27, 2012) -- The new UTSA Facilities reimbursable shop rate schedule for FY 2013 will be effective Sept. 1, 2012. The new rates reimburse Facilities for the cost of providing departmental services. Departmental services are those for which Facilities does not receive a budget allocation and must be funded by the requesting department. See the new shop rates below.

Shop rates are based on the actual average pay and benefits of Facilities employees performing the work. Work performed during non-regular hours is billed at one and a half times the regular shop rate.

Rates were increased in the following areas: Housekeeping, Events/Set-ups, Grounds and Auto. Shop rates for Maintenance and Operations are unchanged from fiscal year 2012.

Rates include the cost of labor, fringe benefits and a $2-per-hour incidental charge for supplies such as nails, screws, nuts and bolts, and hand tools. There is no mark-up charge for services or supplies billed to customers.

The FY13 shop rate increase is primarily due to inclusion of FY12 and FY13 merit (permanent only) and medical premium increases -- the planned FY13 one-time merit increase is excluded.

For more information on the new FY2013 shop rates, contact Fred Weiss at 210-458-6317 or visit UTSA Facilities website.

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Service

FY 2012
Hourly Rate

FY 2013
Hourly Rate

Housekeeping

$20.00

$20.50

Grounds

$22.50

$23.50

Events/Set-ups

$22.50

$23.50

Auto

$30.50

$32.50

Maintenance and Operations

$32.50

$32.50

 

 

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