Client Software Solutions

Over the years, PSFEI has developed several custom, web-based software solutions to assist clients with management of facilities-related information. The advantage of a custom-built application is that it is tailored exactly to a client’s needs. PSFEI's specialized web applications are intuitive, user-friendly, and provide the highest level of usability and reliability.

The core functionality of these software solutions includes energy risk management, facilities maintenance management, asset management, document management, facilities condition assessment and management, and course administration.

Annual Reports

The Penn State Facilities Engineering Institute (PSFEI) is pleased to provide the annual utility usage reports for the Departments of Agriculture, Corrections, Human Services, Military and Veterans Affairs, and Labor and Industry; the Department of General Services; and Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education. Each year's report presents a listing of services provided to our clients. The reports also provide detailed information regarding fuel consumption, energy costs, and water and wastewater data by Commonwealth fiscal year.

To view annual report content, please contact your PSFEI client liaison

Course Administration System

The Course Administration System (CAS) is a repository for client education documentation used primarily by the General Services Administration (GSA). CAS provides access to identify training opportunities, download course training materials and certificates of completion, and is the venue for students to complete their course surveys.

Course Administration System login

ERMA: Energy Risk Management Application

The Energy Risk Management Application (ERMA) is a multifaceted, web-based, price-risk management application used by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The primary functions of ERMA include energy procurement, contract management, and utility bill tracking.

ERMA Login

Facilities Maintenance Management System

The Facilities Maintenance Management System (FMMS) is a set of comprehensive management tools developed specifically for use by the Department of Corrections (DOC) maintenance departments within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. This project was initiated in cooperation with DOC’s Bureau of Operations and every institution’s team of maintenance managers.

Fully integrated with DOC infrastructure, FMMS is a customized web-based, enterprise-wide software solution, designed to DOC’s business process specification. The core functionality provides a complete management of work orders, projects, and assets. Features also include system-generated email notification of specific events within a process and adhoc and canned reporting. FMMS resides on the client’s server, utilizing their technologies and adhering to the development standards as specified by the Bureau of Information Technology.

FMMS serves all PA State Correctional Institutions’ facilities from one central location.


PSFEI created the Asset Management Database to enable users to view, manage, and generate reports for facilities and buildings. Each facility is broken down into buildings, floors, rooms, and assemblies and components. This web application contains data for all PennDOT-managed facilities and is viewable to all users. Authorized users are permitted to add, update, and delete information.

PennDOT FMD Site Login

Tank Module

The Tank Module is a web-based application created to help manage the needs of the PennDOT Tank Coordinator administrating the tanks in their area. The Module provides a standard repository for documents and pictures, provides notifications for inspections, documents third party inspection requirements, and documents basic demographics such as size, type, and location of the tanks.

Tank Module Login


The WebiFM application is a web-accessible business tool used to communicate the results of facility condition assessments from the Penn State Facilities Engineering Institute (PSFEI). WebiFM provides our clients with the critical information they need to determine the current condition of their facilities, set priorities for work orders, develop their capital spending plans, and support their strategic business objectives. 

WebiFM website



The Penn State Facilities Engineering Institute (PSFEI) provides education programs, energy services, engineering services, and facility condition assessments to Pennsylvania state agencies, the federal government, and nonprofit organizations. The organization aims to advance its customers’ facilities engineering objectives through applied research, education, and innovation.

Penn State Facilities Engineering Institute

Marion Place, Suite 414

135 East Nittany Avenue

State College, PA 16801

Phone: 814-865-7615

Fax: 814-863-7835