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Services for University Partners

Our Services

Our team of professionals offers planning, architecture, engineering, interior design, and construction management services. We follow university design and construction guidelines, Campus Master Plan objectives, building codes, and ADA requirements to elevate the campus experience.

Design and Construction of a New Facility

Constructing a new facility that does not currently exist.

Addition to an Existing Facility

Creating a new addition to an existing facility.

Renovation of an Existing Facility

  • Renovations or alterations that change existing occupancies
  • Renovations or alterations that change life safety components (e.g., fire alarms, fire sprinklers, exiting changes)
  • Facility renovation that changes the fundamental purpose, function, or layout of an existing facility (e.g., renovating an office suite to function as a classroom)
  • A project or change in facility layout where a major configuration change is required  

Interiors

  • Direction and oversight for furniture, lighting, paint colors, flooring selections, and fixture and finish selections.
  • Interior environment standards and guidelines
  • Reuse, repurpose, or reconfiguration of furniture when appropriate or feasible

Furniture, Fixtures, and Equipment (FF&E)

  • Assistance with new furniture selection, procurement, and installation
  • Furniture replacement
  • In-house design team will ensure all items procured and installed comply with current safety standards, ADA regulations, and have a minimum ten (10) year product warranty.

Construction Management

  • Prepare cost estimates, budgets, and project schedules
  • Collaborate with stakeholders, architects, engineers, and contractors
  • Construction oversight
  • Warranty repair

Site Design

Landscaping, site furnishing

Engineering Services

Structural, mechanical, electrical

Space Design

Room reconfiguration to include rhythm, proportion, and balance

Floor Planning

Room and space relationships for scale

Updating the Campus Master Plan

Campus master plans establish a framework for both short-term (three to five years) and long-term (10 years and beyond) physical and structural improvements and development on UNLV’s campuses.

Planning and Construction’s work includes all areas of campus including, but not limited to:

  • Buildings
  • Classrooms and auditoriums
  • Laboratories
  • Offices
  • Conference and huddle rooms
  • Restrooms
  • Gathering spaces and common areas
  • Athletic facilities

If you are looking for a service not listed, it may be provided by Facilities Management. Visit the Facilities Management webpage to learn more about the services the Facilities team oversees, including maintenance, care, and general upkeep of the physical campus environment.

Contact Space Management for space space assignments and allocation. Space Management decides who and what goes where on all UNLV campuses.

How to Initiate a Request

  1. Visit the iService request page
  2. Fill out location; contact and payment account information; and schedule, space, and cost details
  3. Add any attachments, if you have any images to share
  4. Select “Submit”

When your project has been received a project manager will be assigned to meet with you to define the scope of work and prepare a conceptual project budget for your approval including a funding commitment.

Upon approval, the project manager will officially begin on the project.

Project Management and Other Fees

View the UNLV fees charts that are to be included in the project budget.

Plant Investment Fees (PIF)

UNLV plant investment fees are included in the project budget of those projects listed as priorities in the capital improvement plan that are funded by the state and/or UNLV. These include assessments to maintain campus utility and other infrastructure capacities, which the building project will absorb. The following chart indicates the UNLV PIF to be included in the project budget of those PIF.

Project Management Procedures

Learn about the guiding document committees involved and phases of a project.