Geographic Information System (GIS), Computer-Aided Design (CAD) & Document Management
The Geographic Information System (GIS) division is responsible for developing and maintaining a geographic information system (GIS) for campus. The CAD & Document Management division is responsible for cataloging and archiving all campus project documents and related materials.
The campus architect is responsible for managing and monitoring all physical changes to campus buildings and grounds. Find information on campus construction projects, site locations and schedules on the Cone Zone page. The Design & Construction team assists campus clients with the successful completion of construction projects. The Planning & Design team provides long term planning for campus facilities.
The Engineering division's mission is to create safe, comfortable, sustainable and efficient facilities that can operate at minimal cost in support of the academic and research mission of the university. Engineering is committed to providing quality engineering support for campus clients in the form of reviews of program-plans and designs, design of small projects, construction inspections and start-up commissioning. Reviews of designs are performed for compliance with codes, UCB standards, good engineering practices, constructability, maintainability, reliability, and energy/water conservation to promote and implement high-level sustainability practices campuswide.
Engineering also provides engineering support to the facilities maintenance and operations staff, design guidance to UCB project managers, and design-oversight of consultants. We develop and maintain university standards, design guidelines, and construction-requirements lists in cooperation with maintenance staff. Nationally-certified building, mechanical, electrical and civil code officials for the campus are within our group. Within the context of life-safety, we provide emergency response, routine fire safety inspections, and hot-work permit and fire-extinguisher training.
Chris Ewing - Assistant Vice Chancellor, Planning, Design & Construction
Chris Ewing was appointed as Assistant Vice Chancellor for Planning, Design & Construction in 2016. In this position, Mr. Ewing provides management and leadership for all campus design, construction, deferred maintenance, and space utilization activities.
Bill Haverly, Campus Architect and Director of Planning & Design
Bill Haverly joined CU Boulder in February 2014. He serves as our campus architect and is responsible for the conceptual planning and design of our 11 million-square-foot campus.
Tom Goodhew, Assistant Director, Planning and Design
Tom Goodhew is responsible for assisting the campus community to articulate the translation of proposed planning initiatives into defined capital projects.
Zac Niehues, Assistant Director, Engineering
Zac Niehues is responsible for planning, design and quality assurance of building mechanical, electrical, civil, and fire and life safety systems and the enforcement and interpretation of applicable building codes and campus design standards.