Funding for repair, maintenance, or improvement of university facilities comes from different sources. You may consult with the Project Coordination Center for help determining funding sources.
The costs of a job can include expenses such as supplies, equipment rental, hourly wages, fringe benefits, design and planning, inspection, and supervision. You may consult with FP&M Accounting (294-4688) if you have questions concerning the costs included in a job.
These funds cover larger, non-departmental projects. FP&M can approve repair and maintenance projects up to $5,000. The Maintenance Improvement Committee (MIC) must approve projects greater than $5,000.
These funds are provided by state appropriations or other sources to cover large Board of Regents approved projects (over $100,000).
Department funds are used to pay for remodeling and for repair and installation of departmentally owned equipment and furniture. FP&M will provide the following services at no charge to the requesting department:
If 100, 300, 600, or 700 series accounts are used to fund a project, FP&M will provide the following services at no charge to the requesting department:
These funds cover preventive and minor maintenance of general university buildings and grounds.
These funds are provided through donor gifts to the ISU Foundation. Projects funded through gifts are subject to all other FP&M processes. Contact the ISU Foundation 294-4607.
You may direct billing questions or problems to FP&M Accounting at 294-4688.
You may call FP&M Accounting (294-4688) to determine the status of any request. You can also look up billing information online.