As you embark on an Academic Project, you'll need to analyze the needs of the campus. Answering these questions will ensure your project is funded.
This section provides a brief overview of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and Master Plan process and helps you assess which steps you’ll need to take to support your project.
This stage provides information about how your project gets included in the CSU Five-Year Capital Outlay Plan and gives an overview of the related processes and reporting requirements.
In this stage, the design team processes information gathered in previous stages and creates tangible documents in distinct phases in order for a qualified builder to execute the work.
Now is the time to work with project teams to provide constructability reviews and studies for preconstruction and constructability. You will also manage the construction and closeout of the project.
Here you'll find information about how to program and budget for fixed and moveable equipment and furniture for capital projects.
In the final stage of an Academic Project, buildings are released for occupancy and regular maintenance begins. Equipment inventory and maintenance schedules are also added to management software for proper ongoing stewardship and tracking.
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