Design, and Construction
Design and Construction provides the Ohio University main campus and five regional campuses with design and construction management services as well as technical expertise that incorporate the best practices in campus design and green building development.
Design and Construction will strive to have all University projects built using quality construction based on just and fair administration, integrity, and professionalism and by incorporating University Design and Construction Standards.
Design and Construction recognizes Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) standards and partners with University Planning and Space Management and the Office of Sustainability to demonstrate a commitment to sustainability.
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The office of Architecture, Design and Construction has scheduled construction of the Facilities Site Improvements Road/Sidewalk Project from Monday, April 8, 2019 through Friday, July 12, 2019. During this period, there will be multiple phases of construction with associated roadway closures on Riverside Drive and Factory Street. A separate notification will be sent for each phase.
Phase 2 work has been extended causing the delay of Phase 3. Additional notifications will be communicated once a start date for Phase 3 has been confirmed. Parking spaces and roadways will remain open until further notification of closure dates and times.
New Facilities Management & Safety website...
June 14, 2019
The new and improved Facilities Management and Safety website will be available as of Friday, June 14 in the afternoon. The new site now includes the Architecture, Design and Construction website as well as the Risk Management and Safety website.
Employee of the Month Program
June 12, 2019
Facilities Management and Safety has started an employee of the month program. Please use the following link to see last months winners.
Jennings House Facelift
December 18, 2018
Many elements contribute to the charm and appeal of Ohio University’s campus. The rolling hills surrounding Athens provide a pleasing backdrop for Ohio’s first university. Brick walkways and large shade trees provide a sense of history in a natural setting. Newer buildings complement historic structures dating back to the 1800s. Step away from the iconic College Green in any direction, and you will encounter the houses that add warmth and architectural diversity to OHIO’s campus. One of those houses, the Greek Revival style Jennings House, located between Trisolini House and Yamada International House on East Union Street, recently received some much-needed exterior work.