Physical Planning & Development
Physical Planning & Development enriches the Mission of the University by maintaining adequate and sustainable amenities for the campus community.
Capital Planning, Design and Construction (CPDC), Facilities & Service Enterprises (F&SE), and University Property Management (UPM), are departments of Physical Planning and Development. These departments manage capital projects, facilities and infrastructure operations, and data and information about space availability and utilization. PP&D also manages the University Sustainability Program that has responsibility for leading campus-wide sustainability projects and events and updating the Climate Action Plan.
These PP&D departments effectively work with the entire campus community - the five executive areas (President’s Office, Academic Affairs, Student Affairs, Administration & Finance, Advancement), the student community, the faculty and the broader community (non-affiliate residential occupants). Beyond the main campus, PP&D also supports initiatives and operations at the Downtown Campus and the Romberg Tiburon Center.
Text version of the Organization Structure
Thomas Lollini, Senior Associate Vice President for Physical Planning & Development
- Anita Wong, Executive Assistant to the Senior Associate Vice President
Corinne da Cunha, Executive Director of Organizational Development/Chief of Staff for Physical Planning & Development
- Omar Romero, Project/Communications Coordinator
Ray LaPine, Executive Driector of Financial Operations for Physical Planning & Development
Capital Planning, Design and Construction
Capital Planning, Design & Construction (CPDC) oversees all physical planning, design, and construction activities for the campus, including major/minor capital, capital renewal, and deferred maintenance projects for state and non-state facilities. CPDC is mandated to enforce building, life-safety, and accessibility codes; provide planning and construction approval; and issue building permits for all projects on campus.
Beginning in January 2013, CPDC has added responsibility for alignment of campus wide changes to space for academic and administrative programs. An important focus is to ensure program continuity during periods of change, renovation, or construction of new facilities, or other campus-wide impacts.
Facilities and Service Enterprises
Facilities and Service Enterprises (F&SE) manages facilities and infrastructure operations, building maintenance, custodial, grounds, waste management and recycling services. It delivers and operates critical campus services such as electricity, natural gas, water and sewer; maintains all campus buildings and infrastructure. In addition, it provides immediate response for safety issues and maintenance emergencies.
University Property Management
University Property Management (UPM) provides the campus community with residential housing and student dining programs, conference services and lease administration. UPM manages all residential facilities and infrastructure operations, building maintenance, custodial, grounds, waste management and recycling services. UPM also provides Information Technology support for all of PP&D and student residents.