Transform your campus into a sustainable, strategic asset that attracts students, faculty, and staff using facilities management and strategic campus improvements.
Establish public-private partnerships
Deliver successful projects through mutually beneficial partnerships with private entities. Get the resources you need to finance your project, mitigate risks, monetize it, and boost revenues.
Manage campus facilities
Delight students, faculty, staff, and visitors with proactive facilities management. Elevate service levels, reduce operating costs, and introduce sustainability strategies. Address aging infrastructure with improved maintenance and smart capital planning.
Reduce operating expenses
Use space utilization data to transform your facility and campus planning. Adopt new or better leverage existing technologies to automate tasks and generate valuable data about building performance and energy usage.
Develop capital improvement plans
Develop a plan that strategically prioritizes your capital investments and minimizes surprises. Manage deferred maintenance with a clear path of immediate and long-term improvements.
Manage developments & projects
Deliver beautiful, functional spaces for your students, educators, staff, and visitors – and the community at large. Pursue ground-up developments or renovations that provide both a return on investment and a more vibrant campus community.
Create an innovation hub
Deliver a space where students, researchers, entrepreneurs, and established professionals mingle, collaborate, and flourish. Revitalize surrounding neighborhoods with an active, around-the-clock live-work-learn-play environment.
Meet the demand for modern learning environments and more affordable student housing while contending with tight budgets and aging infrastructure. Get portfolio and space planning advice, and find new ways to fund development projects, generate revenue, and reduce operating costs.
Working together, we’ve helped Spalding become a leader in the community through the planning and renewal of Louisville’s South of Broadway “SoBro” neighborhood.