Welcome to University Facilities & Capital Planning
UFCP is responsible for the repair, maintenance, replacement, support services, design and construction of all Rutgers University buildings, grounds and infrastructure. Our area of operation encompasses more than 1,000 buildings representing 27 million square feet across the state of New Jersey—from farm structures to high-tech research, medical and clinical facilities. We are committed to serving the university community by providing the appropriate environments for living, learning, teaching and working, all in support of the university’s mission and goals.
Is something broken in your office, lab or classroom? Submit an on-line Service Request and we will come and fix it. You can check on its status too.
With physical assets exceeding $8 billion, we take preventive maintenance seriously. All mechanical building systems are inventoried and maintained at prescribed frequencies, extending their life cycles.
Our 160 residential buildings provide housing for 17,000 students from all over the United States and all around the world. Each campus offers first rate choices ranging from traditional dormitories to apartment style units complete with kitchen and laundry facilities.
Did you receive funding to redesign an existing lab, office, classroom or student space? To start the process, submit a Project Request Form. We ensure that all designs are supported by the building infrastructure and that the design will comply with university design standards.
We build energy efficient and sustainable designed buildings which conform and often exceed the State of New Jersey energy mandates and guidelines. Our new facilities meet a minimum rating of LEED Silver certifications and are always built to meet the pedagogical programmatic needs of the academic disciplines occupying the space. Understanding Capital Planning process or CPAC will start this process.
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Physical Master Plan presented to the Rutgers Board of Governors, February 3, 2015.
Get the results of the annual Recyclemania contest here!