The mission of the Office of Institutional Planning is to provide the highest level of planning, design, space planning, and transition management services for the UC Denver campus communities. To provide innovative and effective solutions resulting in a productive, efficient, competitive, and state-of-the-art built environment. To provide comprehensive project oversight resulting in a cohesive alignment of the physical environment with the UC Denver’s mission in education, research, clinical care, and service.
Providing a physical environment which effectively facilitates and enhances daily activities of faculty, staff and students through provision of a learner-centered, distinctive and welcoming campus environment, is our main priority.
The Office of Institutional Planning is a dynamic office dedicated to the planning of university facilities by providing a quality environment in support of teaching, research, clinical care and service.
The office coordinates and facilitates the capital planning processes on the campuses; and is responsible for space program development, campus architect oversight, and campus physical move coordination.
The resident architect provides professional guidance and leadership to the long-range planning of campuses physical environment and to the design of specific buildings and campus environments in support of the university’s mission and strategic vision.
Services provided include: