Director of Facility Services
Floyd Dudley II, Director of Facility Services, started in 2009 at California State University San Marcos (CSUSM) as the Assistant Director of Energy and Engineering Services. Previously, Mr. Dudley had been employed by San Diego State University as well as several large hospitals. His diverse background in central plant operations and building maintenance brought a unique perspective on sustainability to the campus. In 2010 Mr. Dudley was awarded the international honor of Young Energy Professional of the Year by the Association of Energy Engineers for his role in reducing the University's energy consumption. With Sustaining the Future of CSUSM as a priority, Mr. Dudley headed up a variety of initiatives to improve sustainability at CSUSM; he led the ESCO (Energy Savings Company) project which accomplished several goals, including the decrease of energy consumption, reduction of annual energy costs and the upgrade of existing infrastructure, which keenly positioned the campus for its future growth. In just one year, as a result of the changes, CSUSM saved more than $1 million in utility costs.
Mr. Dudley credits his team and the University community for the campus's go-green attitude: "It's a team effort". "Our entire campus shares this vision of sustainability. We're not only reducing our carbon footprint by lowering energy consumption, we're also saving money that can instead be reinvested in the future growth of Cal State San Marcos." As the Director of Facility services Mr. Dudley continues to help move the Campus forward by supporting the initiatives outlined in the sustainability master plan, participating in the sustainability committee, and ensuring his staff and contractors keep sustainability in the forefront of the decisions made on a daily basis.