Facilities Engineering and Construction

Fisher Auditorium

The Facilities Engineering and Construction group serves as the university's facilities planning, design, and contracting organization for major maintenance, renovation, and construction of new buildings and facilities on campus.

The group's staff provides professional management of all aspects of these activities by working together with the university community, the designers, other governmental agencies, and contractors. The group also provides building plans and drawings, labor and industry permit submissions, and underground utility information and serves as the Pennsylvania One Call point of contact for the university. Interior design assistance, mapping, and space data such as space usage and square footage information are also services provided.

The Facilities Engineering and Construction group is committed to upholding the use of best business practices, procurement integrity, and ensuring the university's compliance with applicable laws, rules, and regulations.

Projects

Check out Construction Bid Opportunities and How to Bid.  See Upcoming Construction and Active Capital ProjectsBid Results and Awards will be posted as received.

John J. and Char Kopchick Hall

Once completed the more than 142,000-square-foot Kopchick Hall, home of the John J. and Char Kopchick College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, will be the hub of activity for all things science and math at IUP.

Contracting Information

Important information about the Public Works Employment Verification Act, prevailing wages, sales tax exemption, and MBE/WBE participation requirements

News

Campus Accessibility and Construction Maps for Spring 2021

Updated maps for the IUP main campus are available for download. Plan your routes accordingly.

Construction Begins on New Science Building

The time is finally here! Construction on the new Kopchick College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics building has begun. Fencing around the site was installed on Monday, August 3, which closed several main sidewalks to pedestrian traffic from the Oak Grove and Northern Suites area.

Campus ADA Accessibility Map, Fall 2020

The Facilities Engineering and Construction group offers a map that shows ADA accessibility throughout campus for the semester. Plan your routes accordingly.

Events