Infrastructure Development is a department within UBC Facilities. Infrastructure Development is responsible for the planning, development, renewal and renovation of campus facilities both UBC Vancouver campus and Okanagan campus. We collaborate with campus stakeholders to create great spaces for people to teach and learn, conduct leading edge research, and enjoy the life of the campus community.

Our department is comprised of four inter-related units that work closely with development partners across the UBC community, such as the Provost and Vice-President, Academic Office, Campus & Community Planning, and the University Neighbourhoods Association, to provide stewardship for all institutional facilities projects.

Capital Planning & Strategic Project Development


Develops the overall Capital Plan for growth and renewal of UBC facilities, prepares business cases for major projects and maintains facilities information critical for government financial support and planning and development of the campus.


Facilities Planning


Provides planning services to optimize the use of space within campus facilities including preliminary engagement and visioning processes, master plans and functional programs, schematic designs and feasibility studies.


Project Services


Manages the planning, design, construction, and commissioning of facilities renewal, renovation and upgrade projects ranging in size from $50,000 to $100 million.


Project & Planning Business Systems


Provides integrated administration, finance, IT planning and integration, and human resources support for the overall Infrastructure Development team.