- Space Planning Home
- Organization Chart
- Staff Listing
- Space Request Form
- Facilites Information Systems
- Interior Design
- Building Addresses
- Campus Maps
- Building Floor Plans
- Facilities & Construction Planning Forum
- Current Planning Projects
- Master Planning
- UT Sign Shop
- Key Performance Indicators
- Customer Feedback
- Construction Reform Demonstraton Projects
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- Facilities & Construction Home
- Service Request/Work Order
- Signage Request
- Capital Project Request
- HSC Tunnel Map
- Space Request
- Room Reservations
- Moving Services
- Key Request
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- Sustainability at UT
- LEED Buildings
- Campus Maps
- Surplus Property
- Science & Technology Corridor
- Request for Qualifications - Architects & Engineers (A/E)
- Notices for Construction Projects
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Fax: 419.530.1401 firstname.lastname@example.org
Space Planning is responsible for planning and programming the University's space - to ensure the strategic use of existing facilities and to guide the development of new facilities.
The office is responsible for space management - which includes coordinating the space allocation process, analyzing space utilization, and master planning.
Westaff the University's Facilities & Construction Planning Forum. We are also one of the University's liaisons to the Ohio Board of Regents, reporting on the University's facilities.
Facilities Information Systems (which is responsible for maintaining the University's campus maps, building floor plans, and space inventory), Interior Design (which is responsible for developing university-wide interior design standards and implementing them to create a strong and unified image) and the UT Sign Shop (which is the source for certain types of official signage) are part of Space Planning. Visit their websites for more information.
Tothe upper left you will find links to websites for Request for Change in Occupancy or Change in Room Use (Space Request Form), the Facilities & Construction Planning Forum, Campus Maps, the UT Sign Shop and a Staff Listing.
Space Planning will be the respected source of accurate facilities-related data, rigorous analysis, holistic planning, and creative interior design -- enabling the University to provide an environment that will Foster Opportunities Conducive to Universal Success in research, healthcare and education.
The Space Planning mission is to provide facilities information, space management services, space planning, and interior design -- enabling the University to make the best decisions about existing and new facilities, in furtherance of its mission and strategic plan.
•Accuracy and Independence in data collection and analysis.
•Customer Service, including timely responses and customized, data-based analysis.
•Collaboration, working as team players to facilitate consensus-based decision making.
•Holistic Approach and Creative Design, to find the best solutions to the University's facilities needs.