Facilities Planning & Management is here to provide, maintain, and enhance the campus community in support of the University’s mission. Facilities Planning & Management consists of two divisions whose combined scope encompasses all aspects of Facilities at California State University, San Bernardino.
Facilities Planning, Design & Construction
Facilities Planning, Design & Construction is a dedicated team of planning analysts, design professionals, construction project management and contract specialists who represent your interests. We will guide and assist you through all phases of your new building project or renovation. We will also coordinate the Architects, Contractors, and Consultants needed to complete your project. From initial planning and budgeting to occupancy, we will help you to meet your changing space needs.
Facilities Management has approximately 129 (FTE) employees and an operating budget exceeding $7.9 million to maintain 1,732,772 gross square feet of state supported facilities and approximately 265 acres. Facilities Management's mission is to provide a quality and safe environment for our customers and employees and demonstrate stewardship of the physical assets of the campus. Additionally, Facilities Management is also responsible for providing non-maintenance services and improvements. As mandated in Executive Order 847, Facilities Management is required to be reimbursed the actual direct costs plus indirect costs associated with requested non-maintenance services provided.
Facilities Service Center
The staff in the Facilities Service Center can assist you with your Facilities Management questions, request estimates and work orders or to followup on work currently in process.
Office of Sustainability
The Office of Sustainability, a division of Facilities Planning & Management, orchestrates the Resilient CSUSB plan building and on-going development, provides sustainability-related reviews, develops related educational opportunities and student engagement, and sources alternative funding solutions in an effort to make for a vibrant, sustainable campus. More information can be found on the Office of Sustainability website.