Design and Construction is a service-oriented organization, operating with the objective of advocating the University’s Mission to be a preeminent and innovative public research university.
We work collaboratively with stakeholders who represent the collective interest of the campus community, enriching the project delivery process by:
- Providing students, faculty, and staff with information and support through projects, acting as the campus representative through all phases of a project
- Supporting the development of sustainable facilities that enhance the exceptional teaching, discovery, and service of the University of Oregon.
- Establishing Campus Design Standards for University buildings.
- Contributing to the framework of policies that will shape the future of the campus.
Design and Construction is comprised of the following teams:
Accounting, Contracting, and Invoicing staff facilitates the budgetary and contractual needs of capital projects by processing invoices for vendors, consultants, and contractors, reporting budgets and expenditures related to projects, and managing Construction and Consulting services contracts related to Design and Construction on campus.
Our Design Services group provides leadership and oversight in the development of interior spaces related to campus construction projects, including expertise associated with renovations, interior space design development, product evaluation, color, pattern, and material selection, and furniture procurement.
Project Management personnel, including Project Managers and Owner’s Representatives, is responsible for coordinating the project team to ensure that a project follows the correct process and is completed within the established scope, schedule, and budget. Project Managers guide the project delivery process through all phases of design, bidding, permitting, construction, and occupancy, while managing budget, inspections, and schedules to meet the needs of the University. Design and Construction has teams of Project Managers specializing in Research, Academic/Auxiliary, and Special Projects.
Engineering & Utilities Management group provides oversight for the planning, design, and construction of mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and utilities-related project items through quality assurance/quality control inspection, commissioning, engineering support and energy analysis of buildings and utility systems.