Facilities Design & Construction (FDC) is the department of Institutional Support Services (ISS) that plans, designs, renovates, and constructs the physical spaces of UNM with a focus on collaborative outcomes aligned with the University’s mission. With an emphasis on quality services, our dedicated staff serves to enhance the campus experience with safe, sustainable, and beautiful environments.

UNM Integrated Campus Plan (ICP)

The University is working on the Integrated Campus Plan (ICP), and we need your ideas! The ICP will replace the 2009 Master Plan and address all UNM branches and properties. Supportive of the mission and vision outlined in the UNM 2040 Strategic Plan, the ICP will guide the University's decisions on the physical environment, including the character of each campus, safety, access, mobility, and sustainability. Let's envision the future of UNM campus together.

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UNM prepares for demolition of College of Education classroom building

The demolition project is a significant step in UNM's ongoing sustainable campus effort. This project, which is part of UNM's commitment to maintaining and enhancing its campus facilities, will result in the transformation of the site into a functional green space in the near term. The demolition is part of UNM's ongoing efforts to maintain and improve campus facilities in a cost-effective and sustainable manner while addressing the needs of the University community. The project supports the goals of UNM 2040 and maintains alignment with the Integrated Campus Plan.

Diller Scofidio + Renfro chosen as architect for UNM's Center for Collaborative Arts and Technology Building

University of New Mexico Planning, Design & Construction has selected Diller Scofidio + Renfro (DS+R), a highly influential and internationally renowned architecture practice, as the firm to design the prestigious Center for Collaborative Arts and Technology (CCAT) facility, which will break ground on UNM’s main campus in the Summer of 2024. Read the entire article HERE 











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