Under the leadership of Antonio Calcado, Vice President University Facilities & Capital Planning, ten interrelated units encompass the department. Learn about the respective roles, responsibilities and services, as well as contacts for each unit:
- Planning and Development
Project Development starts here, ensuring that all capital projects comply with the university’s strategic, physical and master plans. This department is the liaison to state and local entities.
- Program Development
This unit assists departments in the development and programming of capital projects under consideration for development. Additionally, this unit ensures that all projects meet the university design and construction standards.
- Project Administration
Project Administration takes a developed project to the next stage and is responsible for the construction management of all capital and non-capitalized construction and renovation projects.
- Operations & Services
Mechanical Maintenance and Repair, Mechanical Planning, Environmental Services and Grounds Operations fall within the Operations & Services unit. This is the largest unit within the department, operating in locations throughout the state.
- Utilities Operations
This unit is responsible for providing all university buildings with basic utility services 24 hours a day, seven days per week and 365 days per year.
Rutgers Environmental Health and Safety (REHS) REHS provides comprehensive and professional health, safety, and environmental services to the entire University community. The overall objective is to foster a partnership that proactively creates a safe work environment and reduces risk through consulting services, training programs, and regulatory compliance. REHS offers a variety of services including environmental protection and stewardship, hazardous materials management, and laboratory, research, clinical, and workplace safety.
- Budget and Finance
This unit oversees all budget and finance activities for the department, which include, but are not limited to Accounting, Billing, Budgeting Payroll, Purchasing, Contracting and Financial Reporting.
- Information Technology
This unit maintains a complex computing environment to support the computing needs of all University Facilities & Capital Planning core business functions.
- Facilities Human Resources
This unit manages the department’s internal human resources functions.
- Strategic Services and Administration
This office coordinates, coalesces and supports the efforts of all departmental units, which include the development of centralized reports, management of various administrative functions and the management of Facilities Condition Analysis, a function that guides capital renewal efforts.