What is Space Planning
Space Planning provides support, strategic planning, and functional solutions for the university's spaces as its colleges and departments grow and change. The development of the TTU Space Model and the Space Management Usage Guide (SMUG) were derived from the methodology used by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB).
The primary role of the Space Allocation Committee (SAC) is to review space requests
PROGRAM OF REQUIREMENTS (POR)
Please fill out the Program of Requirements Form (POR) below to submit
RELOCATION AND DESIGN
Relocation and Space Design (R&D) projects and planning are coordinated by the R&D
to support faculty, staff, and departments on the Texas Tech University Campus.
R&D manages the day-to-day operational aspects of these projects to ensure
that they are completed on time, within budget, and with exceptional customer service.
We provide assistance and recommendations on:
- Furniture, Fixture, and Equipment Floor Plans
- Optimization of Space
- Packing Supplies to Support Relocation
- Vendor Management
- Move Services Coordination
We also work closely with the Property Surplus team
to identify and recycle available resources in various spaces on campus.
Q: "Is the Space Allocation Committee (SAC) the governing body that allocates space on campus?"
Q: "Can I request a specific space?"
A: Yes, However space is determined based on how much an organization models, Information collected through a Program of Requirements form, and priority from a campus level perspective.
Q: "There are open offices in my building; are those allocated to anyone?"
A: Open offices, in groups or individual, fall under the President's purview via the Space Allocation Committee as Swing Space. These are strategically held vacant for temporary placement of individuals in the event of emergencies likes fire, floods, or construction/renovation.
Q: "How soon will I know if my space request has been approved?"
Q: "Who can request space?"
HOW CAN WE HELP YOU?
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