Working to create a culture where the overriding objective is to make the client experience absolutely sensational and ground all we do around our clients. Different roles target different sectors of clientele. These roles are outlined below.
Fostering Lasting Relationships
The University Engineer serves as a liaison with the state, county and local authorities. In this role the engineer:
- Provides code interpretation.
- Conducts fire and life safety inspections on construction projects.
- Manages repair and renovation funding.
- Oversees Facilities Condition Assessments and commissioning programs.
- Works with the Auburn University’s Department of Public Safety, on installation of new security systems.
Oversees all aspects of the construction phase of contracted public works projects to achieve the quality and function necessary to support Auburn University’s mission while limiting impacts on faculty, staff, students and the public. This includes oversight of project scopes, budgets, contracts, designers, contractors, etc. It also includes code and contract compliance and projects’ day-to-day operational and tactical aspects.
Oversees four major areas, which include Contracts Administration, Estimating, Document and Records Retention, and Campus Relocation Services.
Oversees the project bid process and reviews, writes and issues all Auburn University public works contracts in accordance with state laws and submitted bids and proposals.
Document & Records Retention
- Responsible for the physical and digital collection of Auburn University’s building and infrastructure documents, and campus and extension centers across the state.
- Updates the database and GIS map as new projects are completed.
- Processes information requests for the purpose of maintenance of current systems, development of new projects and student learning enhancement in fields relating to construction.
Develops construction costs estimates, prices request for proposals, reviews change proposals and maintains and monitors construction cost data for historical purposes.
Campus Relocation Services
This department provides moving assistance and guidelines. It also provides oversight and guidance during the move process.
While each move is unique, information within the links below provide general directions and discussion on the basics of planning a successful move. This moving guide is broken down into the following areas:
- Moving Guidelines
- Initial Move Assesment
- Relocation Checklist
- Move Safety Awareness
- Biological Safety Cabinet
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