Project Management (PM), Div. of Business and Financial Affairs, is responsible for development and implementation of SDSU Minor Capital Outlay (</= $709,000) and Capital Renewal (no $ limit) Construction Projects.
The Project Management office is responsible for oversight of all facets of a project’s life-cycle, from scoping, design and budgeting phases through agency review, permitting, bidding, construction, inspection, and final close-out documentation.
Project Management oversight ensures a construction project not only fits within budget but also within schedule and is constructed according to all viable safety and code requirements, providing quality assurance for the client.
Typically, PM is involved when a request for a “renovation” or “remodel” is made which changes use, modifies existing space (i.e., builds or removes walls, adds or deletes doors, etc.), or otherwise requires State Fire Marshal review, and hence Inspector of Record services, to ensure code enforcement.
(NOTE: Paint & carpet services are “refresh” projects and do not require PM involvement. Rather, Facilities Services handles those types of requests.)
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SDSU's construction activities need to function much like a municipality's. SDSU has its own Building Official responsible for code compliance on all campus construction, and Project Management is responsible for ensuring SDSU's Building Official permits construction activities per code.
Division of Business and Financial Affairs
San Diego State University
5500 Campanile Drive
San Diego, CA 92182-1401
Mail Code: 1401
Office location: Facilities Services, Room: FS-109
Office hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.