Connecticut School Buildings & Grounds Association
A network of school facility professionals focused on safe, clean, healthy and green schools.
Click here to register on-line for Vendor Day.  Please use the email address that is associated with the CSBGA and your password is Password1.
Click here to download the registration form.


13th Annual Golf Tournament

Thank you for support the CSBGA 13th Annual Golf Classic. The primary purpose of this tournament is to raise money to benefit the CSBGA Scholarship Fund.  The income produced by this event has allowed for CSBGA to give over $100,000 in scholarships to our member families.


The day would not be possible without the support of our sponsors.  Thank you to the following company’s:

Golf Cart Sponsor

CT Temperature Controls

Refreshment Cart Sponsor

Higgins Flooring

Driving Range Sponsor

Greenwood Industries

Longest Drive Sponsor

William B. Meyer

Closest to the Pin Sponsor

Mystic Air Quality Consultants

Putting Contest Sponsor

Silver Petrucelli and Associates

Tee Sponsors

Belfor ~ C&A Distributors, Inc ~ Colliers International ~ Crystal Restoration Services of CT ~ Downes Construction Co. ~ Eagle Rivet Roof Services ~ Environmental Systems Corp. ~ Filter Sales & Services ~ Flow Tech ~ Friar Architecture ~ Fuss & O'Neill EnviroScience ~ Haz-Pros ~ Hussey Seating ~
Mystic Air Quality Consultants
~ National Chemical Laboratories ~ Playground Medic ~ Precision Concrete Cutting ~ Savol Pools ~
ServPro Farmington Valley Equipment ~ Denis & Laurie Sanavage ~ Tankworks ~ Trane  ~ US Playground Surfacing

Registration Gifts

Allegion ~ Grainger

Scholarship Donations

Dalene Hardwood Flooring ~ Weso’s Tree Service

Thank you Lucas Bazzano and Chris Carney for volunteering at the event.


Click here to view photos from the 2018 CSBGA Golf Tournament.
Click here to view photos from the 2017 Vendor Day.

The CSBGA was founded in 1974, and as a professional trade organization, we have worked through the years to encourage School Facilities Directors, Custodial & Maintenance Supervisors, School Business Officials and suppliers to work together respectfully and professionally, developing a proud tradition in the process.  You can depend on the CSBGA to help build and strengthen your future. At the CSBGA, we all work together to help strengthen all our futures.

What We Do:

♦  Keeping Abreast of State Regulations
♦  Annual Refresher for Asbestos Certification
♦  Certified Building Operator
♦  Green Cleaning Initiative Round Tables
♦  Lead Paint Requirement Workshops

Education & Training

♦  Facility Manager Certification Program
♦  Attend seminars and workshops on new technologies in the field
♦  Educational excursions to local cutting edge facilities
♦  Access to important publications relating to your personal training and development

Annual Vendor Tradeshows

♦  View the latest in facility products and services
♦  Develop important vendor relationship
♦  Participate in professional development sessions

Networking for School Facilities

♦  Attend regularly scheduled meetings to share information and generate new ideas and develop lasting relatinships with other professional colleagues
♦  Partnerships with University of Hartford and Institute for Sustainable Energy

Innovative Programs

♦  Use of LinkedIn and Web-based discussion forum/interactive website to provide membership a means to share and connect through documents, comment sharing and links
♦  Collabortion and partnership with other associations and organizations to facilitate sustainability in Safe, Clean, Healthy and GREEN School Facilities
♦  F.A.S.T (Facility Assistance & Support Team)
♦  Annual Scholarship Fund
Safety Inspection Checklist, provided by Fuss & O'Neill Manufacturing Solutions, can be found in the Members Section.

Investment in Nation's School Buildings
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Resource and Industry Links

Links to documents and presentations has been moved to the Members Section.

Click here for the Gordian Powerpoint Slides from the September Program on
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