The Division of Facilities Planning and Management (FPM), directed by the Associate Vice President for Facilities Planning and Management, is responsible for stewardship of the University’s places and spaces.  The University’s facilities assets are located in northeast Washington, DC in 51+ buildings on over 176 acres.

The Division oversees and performs facilities management, maintenance, operations, planning, design, renovation and construction of all campus buildings, utilities, and grounds.  The interdisciplinary team of Facilities personnel, including planners, architects, engineers, designers, project managers, risk managers, asset and space managers, environmental and safety specialists, custodial, maintenance, utilities, and trades staff are dedicated to creating and sustaining a campus that supports the mission of the University.  

The work of the Division enables the University community to pursue scholarship, research, teaching, learning, spiritual celebration, residential life, and athletics by providing the environments necessary for the activities of faculty, students, alumni, visitors and staff.

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    Facilities Administration and Services

    Provides communication and administrative support for all of Facilities Operations and the campus community, provides custodial and special event set up support, as well as light moves, and provides pest management services for the campus community. 

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    Facilities Maintenance and Operations

    Provides preventative, routine, and emergency maintenance to all campus buildings and grounds. 

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    Capital Project Management

    Oversees building projects from inception through completion with responsibilities that include planning, programming, budgeting, and scheduling for the construction of new buildings as well as improvements to existing facilities. 

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    Environmental Health and Safety

    Assists the University to maintain a safe and healthful place to learn, work, and visit; operates in a manner that protects our environment; and complies with applicable federal, District of Columbia and local regulations.