Campus Planning and Construction Management
The Office of Campus Planning and Construction Management is responsible for the services of architectural planning and management, through a wide spectrum of projects including capital construction, building expansion, in-house renovations, facility planning, space management, and furniture purchases and allocations.
The department functions as the liaison between CUNY Department of Design, Construction & Management (DDCM), DASNY Construction, consultants, contractors, and our college community in facilitating the planning, design, and construction of new and renovated facilities. Our goal is to provide spaces that meet the programmatic needs of the College community and contribute to the overall experience in providing a welcoming, safe, and attractive campus environment.
Other responsibilities include:
Ensure compliance with all relevant local, state, and national rules and regulations having jurisdiction.
Monitor and coordinate remediation of deficiencies related to access for persons with disabilities.
Support specific academic and college staff needs.
Tranace Chung-Barksdale, College Assistant
Sheron Modeste, Property Coordinator
Eric Wright, Assistant Architect
Procedure for Office Move
In order to expedite the process for any office move, please use the Office Move Request Form which is designed to help ensure that transitions are accomplished in the most efficient way possible:
- All office spaces and their occupants are accounted for accurately
- Directory contacts reflect moves
- Electronic equipment is tracked for maintenance & service
- Information about space needs is up-to-date
About the Move Process
After your request is received, a Campus Planning staff member will survey the space to ensure that it complies with space policies. Simultaneously, IT will be conducting a survey for equipment electrical needs.
Once the move is approved by both the Assistant Vice President for Facilities Management and the Chief Information Officer, a work order will be issued to Buildings and Grounds and you will be notified of the time and date of the move.
Finally, information obtained from this form will be shared with Property Management to help track equipment for when these need to be serviced or maintained. The Directory will be updated, as well as the occupant database for analysis of space needs.
All personnel that has recently moved without all specified approvals are required to complete and submit this form. A staff member from Campus Planning and IT may revisit the space for assessment.