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University of Colorado Denver

University of Colorado Denver Facilities Management
Anschutz Medical Campus

Facilities Management

Facilities Projects

The Facilities Projects Division provides design, construction, and construction management services for all university projects.

Proposed additions, alterations or modifications in space configurations; the change in mechanical, electrical or plumbing service; or any exterior alterations requires the initiator to submit a Work Request.

More extensive projects are initiated by a formal Facility Program Plan, prepared by Institutional Planning, in conformance with the campus Master Plan.

The role of Facilities Projects is to shepherd design and construction projects to completion, while consistently exemplifying Facilities Management’s core values of excellence, integrity, accountability, and stewardship at all times with our internal customers and partners.

Questions? Please call (303) 724-0623

Architects & Contractors  

Architects & Contractors

Information for Architects, Engineers and Consultants involved in University Projects

Active Facilities Projects  

Active Facilities Projects

Facilities Projects is managing the design and construction of 3 major capital construction projects at the Anschutz Medical Campus and the Denver Campus as well as remediating over 2M square feet of space on the University’s vacated 9th and Colorado Blvd. Campus.

Completed Facilities Projects  

Completed Facilities Projects

Facilities Projects has managed the design and construction of over 3M square feet of space at the Anschutz Medical Campus over the past ten years.  These projects varied from cutting edge research facilities to state of the art academic buildings.

Guidelines and Standards for Design and Construction Projects  

Guidelines and Standards for Design and Construction Projects

These Standards are only for use by the university, it's consultants and standing-order contractors. They are to be used as a guideline for the university building and construction projects.

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