Planning > Mission
Facilities Planning Mission Statement
The University as a whole is dedicated to the goals of teaching, research, and public service. The Department of Facilities Management has a mission to plan, build, operate, and maintain the physical plant of the University; and the Office of Facilities Planning is to provide interface between customer, the University, and the external community.
In addition, there are missions for each of the units within the Office of Facilities Planning, and for the Campus Architect.
Capital Planning Mission:
To plan for a body of capital improvement projects forecasting real facilities needs of the Boulder campus over current and projected planning periods.
Campus Planning Mission:
To maintain and update the Campus
Master Plan and
numerous other associated master plan documents, including analyses of
development, density, and supporting infrastructure requirements.
Facilities Planning Mission:
To plan for and coordinate physical change to the use of Boulder campus buildings and grounds, and to people and vehicular circulation into and around campus, so that each alteration will comply with master plans, policies, procedures, and processes of the CU-Boulder campus.
To monitor, advise, counsel, and recommend approval for all physical change to Boulder campus facilities and grounds whether from outside consultants or external sources so that each alteration will continue to enhance the reputation of the Boulder campus as an example of excellence in higher education facilities design; and to coordinate and act as liaison with internal and external review groups such as: the Boulder Campus Planning Commission, and the University Design Review Board.