Facilities Management

The Division of Facilities Management is an integral part of USF's Office of Administrative Services. The Division of Facilities Management is responsible for campus planning, development, maintenance, enhancement, and operation of the university's buildings, grounds, and utilities. The Division's objectives are carried out by experienced, professional employees within its two departments: Facilities Planning & Construction and Physical Plant.

 

Facilities Management Employees
Facilities Management Employees

Construction Projects in Progress

The transformation and evolution of USF’s Tampa Campus continues. Many exciting changes to the campus environment are taking place across the University to strengthen the overall experience for our students, faculty, staff and visitors. We invite you to take a look at the renderings for each of the projects currently in progress and some that have been recently completed.

 

 

USF Library Renovations

USF Library Renovation Gallery

Coming Soon.

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The Plaza @ Chemistry

Chemistry Plaza Gallery

Completed, September 2014.

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USF Bookstore & Cafe Renovation

USF Bookstore Renovation

Substantial Completion by August 22, 2014

Adjacent to the Marshall Student Center

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USF Health Heart Institute

Heart Institute

Coming in November 2016

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Campus Rec Renovation

Campus Rec Gallery

Pool and Student Locker Room renovations are substantially complete. Public Corridors and Staff Locker Rooms will be complete by September 12, 2014.

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USF Student Memorial

Student Memorial Gallery

Funded by USF Student Government. Currently under construction, estimated completion date is September 26, 2014

North of USF Marshal Student Center on Crescent Hill

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Transforming USF Presentations

The Facilities Management Team conducts a number of presentations each year that provide the university community with an opportunity to learn about the many exciting changes that are transforming the USF Tampa Campus. Our goal is to create a campus environment that strengthens the overall experience for our students, faculty, staff and visitors. We invite you to view our presentations.

 

February 26, 2013 (PDF) | Fall 2012 (PDF) | Summer 2011 (PDF)