Office of Facilities, Planning, Construction, & Safety

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What We Do

In accordance with its Mission & Vision, Facilities, Planning, Construction & Safety manages the University’s facilities planning, design and construction operations; oversees the construction of buildings, maintains and repairs the infrastructure throughout campus; and develops, oversees and manages environmental health and safety programs.

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Our Departments

Our Departments

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Business Affairs

Our staff assists all Facilities, Planning Construction and Safety units with accounting, human resource management, technology, procurement and administrative support. 
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Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S)

Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S) administers numerous programs to support and advance the teaching, learning and research activities of the University through promotion of a safe and healthy campus environment. 
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Facilities Planning & Construction

The Physical Plant is responsible for the efficient operation and maintenance of the universities facilities. It is our goal to provide high quality, cost effective maintenance and repair.Dr Lorem, Director 2
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Plant Operations and Maintenance

Responsible for maintaining and repairing the infrastructure throughout the campus and ensuring the cleanliness of all university facilities and grounds to maintain an environment conducive to learning.    
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Service Response Center

The Service Response Center (SRC) is the communication hub between Plant Operations and Maintenance and the University community. 
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Venue Management

Our staff is committed to providing the highest standards of service and to ensuring the best possible experience for both you and your guests.
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The development of the 2020-2030 Florida Agriculture & Mechanical (FAMU) Master Plan Update is a requirement pursuant to Subsection 1013.30 (9) F.S. The current FAMU Master Plan and Supporting Inventory and Analysis documents are used to determine necessary facility requirements, building placement and proposed campus expansion to support the proposed student enrollment. 

Our  Capital Improvement Plan is a statutorily-required, institutional budget request required by each University within the State University System.  It is the mechanism by which each University is appropriated funding for major projects (projects which exceed $2,000,000 in construction cost) from the Legislature.  This appropriation occurs only after the Florida Board of Governors has met to approve the fixed capital outlay Legislative Budget Request for each University and submits the request to the Legislature for consideration.  The primary sources of this funding are Public Education Capital Outlay dollars.

An Educational Plant Survey (EPS) is required at least once every five (5) years for all public educational entities, including state universities. The Educational Plant Survey covers the period July 1, 2020, through June 30, 2025. 


Contact Us

Facilities, Planning Construction, & Safety
2400 Althea Gibson Way
POM - Building A | Suite 100
Tallahassee, Florida 32307
(850) 599-3197
(850) 561-2289