Building Planning and Construction
Planning, Design and Construction provides preparation, design, construction examination and management solutions for campus infrastructure and facilities. The division includes an interior design group that serves training and learning spaces, sports areas, offices and community places on campus. Besides, the employees styles and manages landscaping, roadways and pathways and is accountable for the long-lasting actual growth of MSU's campus. It develops, manages and implements the long term landscape and land use presented within the Campus Master Plan, and aids MSU's Energy Transition Plan by dealing with decision-makers to pay attention to power policies, monitoring and verifying power usage and gratification on campus and distinguishing energy-use habits that lead the campus neighborhood to solutions.
This division oversees the Campus Infrastructure Planning Work Group (CIPWG), a broadly-based committee that provides suggestions into the the Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs together with vice-president for Strategic Infrastructure preparing and places regarding the compliance of campus-wide and project-specific preparation and design efforts aided by the Campus Master Plan. See the CIPWG charter.
The department is also in charge of the immediate following:
Facilities Ideas Services maintains information on the real infrastructure of MSU. Useful areas include creating functional drawings, mapping, document management, energy staking, application development, information evaluation and infrastructure information. FIS provides services both internally towards the university and also to most people.
Preparing, Design and Construction
Infrastructure Planning and Places Building
1147 Chestnut Path Area 101