Our Campus Design Standards have been established to generate a consistent approach to designing and constructing buildings on the University of Oregon campus. These standards emphasize the importance of Life Cycle Costs and Maintenance Reliability over time. The University anticipates each of the buildings it constructs will be occupied for at least 100 years. We are targeting a building quality that will endure this test of time. The following link will take you to our Design Standards. The Table of Contents has hot links to each individual section of the standards, as they are organized in CSI format. The current release that is available is a set drafted in 2011. We are currently underway on a revamp to these standards that we hope to have available sometime later in 2016.
If you would like to give feedback, share thoughts, or suggest modifications to our Campus Design Standards, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All submissions will be reviewed for incorporation by the appropriate staff responsible for managing those related sections of our Design Standards. If we have any questions, or need clarification regarding your recommendations, we will contact you. Thank you for your submission.
As we update our standards, please check here for the most up-to-date files. Click the paperclip icon on any row to download the affiliated standards: