FP&M will issue a work order to the service manager the same day for implementation. Work is prioritized on the basis of the impact to the university community.
FP&M will process these requests and prioritize them based on the impact to the university community.
FP&M will process these requests and prioritize them based on the impact to the university community and available funding. Requests over $5,000 are reported to the university Maintenance and Improvement Committee (MIC). FP&M routes requests that will change an area’s intended use or function through Space Management and Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S). Approved building repair projects are then assigned for design and estimating.
Projects in excess of $25,000 are classified as capital projects and require administrative approval. Those over $50,000 also require Board Office approval. Major projects over $250,000 also require Board of Regents approval. Whenever the scope of a request or project approaches $25,000, FP&M will direct the request as appropriate. Approval may take up to six to eight weeks so please allow adequate lead-time.