Financial & Administrative Services


Planning, Energy & Facilities

Planning, Energy and Facilities (PEF) creates and maintains The University of Texas at Austin’s architectural fabric and exceptional physical environment. PEF is responsible for the planning, design, and construction management of all new buildings and major renovation projects at the university as well as generating campus energy. In all of its work, PEF advances environmental stewardship and sustainable practices.

2016 Space Allocation Study

We have begun a new study of space allocation across campus. The study’s results will help determine how UT Austin can repurpose and reinivest in facilities to create more conducive environments for next-generation learning, as well as enhanced and interdisciplinary research.

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Photo of AVP David Rea

Campus Planning & Project Management (CPPM)

Associate Vice President: David Rea

We support The University of Texas at Austin by providing high-quality, award-winning capital project management services from pre-planning through warranty support. CPC works closely with campus clients, other CPPM departments, designers, consultants, and contractors to manage capital projects valued at more than $10 million.

We are responsible for The University of Texas at Austin real estate portfolio including leased property, owned property and university ground leased property.

We promote and support activities across campus that exemplify the university’s sustainability policy and enhance the brand and identity of the university.

We transform facilities with a commitment to excellence in project delivery, by anticipating and responding to the needs of our first class education and research university.

Photo of AVP Juan Ontiveros

Utilities, Energy & Facilities Management

Associate Vice President: Juan Ontiveros

We maintain, operate, and renovate facilities while providing facilities management services and facilities support services that exceed our customers’ expectations.

We provide reliable and cost-effective electricity, chilled water, steam, deionized water, compressed air, emergency power, and elevator services for The University of Texas at Austin.