We oversee the capital forecasting and planning, leasing and real estate; land use planning; design and development and capital construction, and space management for Oregon State University built environment.
While the charm and delight of a 150-year-old campus like OSU’s Corvallis campus cannot be denied, often there are barriers to accessibility for students, staff and community members. One such (large) issue is that of the area surrounding Community Hall. For years, the Community Hall Slope has remained non-accessible to many disabled people due to the… Continue reading
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by Abbie Leland Work for the Cordley Hall Renewal Project is scheduled to begin in June. The three-phase renovation will provide modernized and updated infrastructure to the 236,000-square-foot building, as well as transform it into a modern learning and research space. Cordley is home to two natural history collections: The Herbarium and the Oregon State… Continue reading
by Abbie Leland Process consistency, balanced with flexibility can improve efficiency and effectiveness, as outlined in one of the principles included in the Division of Finance and Administration’s Framework for Success initiative. And the work done by Financial Services is a great example of how this DFA Framework for Success principle is brought to life… Continue reading