Facilities Development & Management
Facilities Development and Management
ASU Facilities Development and Management (FDM) is responsible for University facilities, infrastructure and grounds, and manages planning, design, construction, renovation, maintenance and repair at each Arizona State University campus. Departments within FDM include the Office of the University Architect, Capital Programs Management Group, Facilities Management, Administrative Services and Business Operations.
- Office of the University Architect provides planning & design guidance for ASU capital improvement projects. Responsibilities include campus and space planning, architectural programming, review and design. The University Architect and staff impart expertise and project management for spatial resource management, interior design, architecture, landscape architecture, environmental graphics, sustainability and historic preservation.
- Capital Programs Management Group is responsible for oversight of design, renovations of facilities and infrastructure, new construction, and managing consultants and contractors. CPMG departments provide design services, Board of Regents and legislative project approvals and reports, plan review/inspections, asbestos and lead abatement programs, accounting support, as well as the inventory and management of GIS mapping, construction documents, floor plans and building information.
- Facilities Management is comprised of maintenance shops, service units and business partners at the four ASU campuses and ASU sites. FM provides services for campus grounds, infrastructure, and building components, including plumbing, carpentry, electrical, painting, heating, ventilating and air conditioning. FM oversees building automation systems in keeping with state and federal energy mandates, manages custodial business partners, and performs minor renovations.
- Administrative Services delivers support for FDM departmental human resource needs, as well as provides information technology assistance and data management tools. The department offers FDM organizational development and facilitates strategic employment needs through recruitment of permanent and temporary employees, and provides FDM centralized salary planning, payroll/PeopleSoft management and time and labor support. Administrative Services manages the FDM web-based maintenance management system, and develops web applications to accommodate business and operational needs.
- Business Operations provides centralized budgetary and accounting support for departments within FDM, including all State, Local and Foundation accounts. Business Operations is responsible for utility forecasting for all ASU campuses.
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University Services Building
1551 S. Rural Road, Suite 1410
Tempe, AZ 85287 map
|University Services Building
PO Box 875112
Tempe, AZ 85287-5112
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