Jessica Bradley

Jessica Bradley named President-Elect of Rocky Mountain APPA

I am pleased to announce that Jessica Bradley has been named President-Elect of Rocky Mountain APPA for the rest of the current term. Her tenure as President will begin in September 2023 for the 2023-2024 term. Jessica serves as Director of Facilities Services at the University of Colorado Boulder. Jessica...


Campuswide building access updates

Beginning this summer, CU Boulder Facilities Management teams, with the support of the ADA compliance office, will be upgrading building access. In addition to the $3.4 million classroom security project that addresses security upgrades for 300 rooms across campus, campus is also prioritizing upgrades to exterior doors to make them...


With state funding approved, Hellems renovation to begin this summer

Gov. Jared Polis signed the long bill last week, approving the third and final phase of state funding for the Hellems Arts & Sciences building renovation and clearing the way for construction to begin this summer. When students and faculty return to campus for the fall semester, work will be...

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Safety Toolbox: FacMan prescription safety glasses event a big success

On April 5th, Facilities Management hosted our first on-campus prescription safety glasses event. The program covers the cost of prescription safety glasses for Facilities Management operations and outdoor services staff who work in situations where eye protection is necessary. This year’s event was held at the stadium. Our goal was...

Chris Ewing

Chris Ewing named vice chancellor for infrastructure and sustainability

Chief Operating Officer Patrick O’Rourke announced he has appointed Chris Ewing to serve as the new vice chancellor for infrastructure and sustainability at CU Boulder, effective April 1, following a national search .

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Building renaming to honor legacies of Ofelia Miramontes, Leonard Baca

The CU Board of Regents today approved the renaming of the Fleming Building to honor the lasting legacies and contributions of former CU Boulder School of Education faculty members Ofelia Miramontes and Leonard Baca.

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Architectural and construction plans underway to preserve and improve our physical campus

Regularly cited as one of the most beautiful campuses in the U.S., CU Boulder is known for its amazing views and distinctive buildings. Chris Wright, director of capital finance, shares the plans to reinvigorate some of our busiest and most iconic spaces.

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CU Boulder highlights building needs with Capital Development Committee

Hellems Arts & Sciences Building and the Guggenheim Building are CU Boulder’s top priorities for renovation, Chief Operating Officer Patrick O’Rourke told legislators Tuesday, and state funding will be critical to correct safety and comfort issues, improve energy efficiency, and modernize the buildings for student success.

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CU Boulder kicks off development of Climate Action Plan

CU Boulder has announced that development of a comprehensive Climate Action Plan (CAP) has begun.

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A continuous routine, Boulder Daily Camera

The Boulder Daily Camera included a piece on the supportive work of our team in maintenance and operations in this week's edition. Follow along as Jason Schlosser, director of maintenance and operations, takes us through the university's behind-the-scenes work to increase air quality. Read the article here.