Facilities Management is responsible for the overall physical development and maintenance of the campus. The mission of the department is to provide a safe physical environment that promotes the advancement and transfer of knowledge.
Up to date information and details on construction projects affecting the CU-Boulder campus:
Chancellor Philip DiStefano on Thursday, Dec. 13, presented to the state legislature’s Capital Development Committee, highlighting the impactful role state funding could play as CU Boulder works to preserve its historic buildings and ensure they enhance student success and research for decades to come.
CU Boulder’s Strategic Facilities Visioning project team continues to gather invaluable insights from campus stakeholders about where university departments see themselves in the future and how facilities can help them get there in an evolving education and research landscape.
The tonnage is tallied, and CU Boulder's waste diversion rate eclipsed 50 percent for the first time in school history, with the campus recovering, recycling and reusing more waste than was sent to landfills.
State and federal agencies task the office of Environmental Health and Safety at CU Boulder with ensuring everyone on campus does their part to keep our water clean by preventing chemical waste and other pollutants from being disposed of into storm drains and sanitary sewer lines.