About Facilities Management
Facilities Management is responsible for the maintenance and development of San Diego State University facilities, which include over 3.2 million square feet of space in 82 buildings and more than 284 acres.
Facilities Services issues approximately 28,000 work requests annually including preventive, corrective, reactive maintenance and customer requests. A staff of over 250 individuals, includes landscapers, administrative support, skilled trades, custodians, and management. This department resides under the Division of Business and Financial Affairs.
Planning, Design & Construction
Facilities Planning, Design & Construction provides campus master planning, architectural design and construction services, transportation and parking development, and space management and institutional data for San Diego State University and the Imperial Valley Campus. This department resides in the area of Real Estate, Planning and Development under the Division of Business and Financial Affairs.
Project Management is primarily responsible for the development and implementation of SDSU Minor Capital Outlay construction. This includes space modifications, renovations or remodels, and 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). This department resides in the area of Real Estate, Planning and Development under the Division of Business and Financial Affairs.
Campus Construction Projects
San Diego State University is in a constant state of improving the facilities to meet the needs of the students, staff, faculty, and campus guests. To learn more about all active construciton projects click on the construction and renovation page.
While the campus is well maintained by the Facilities Services and respective auxilary facilities teams, like many campuses within the CSU, San Diego State University has some maintenance for some systems, finishes, and envelopes, etc. that has been deferred due to a lack of funding to address all campus needs. Learn more about what it is, why we have it and what we are addressing the backlog of deferred maintenance on our campuses on our Deferred Maintenance page.