Project Services is a dedicated group of experienced professionals who provide project management services for renovations, renewals and modernization of buildings and infrastructure ranging in size from $50,000 to $100 million dollars. This includes a variety of capital projects, which involve physical changes to the environment — whether above or below ground, inside or outside buildings, and accessibility and public realm. We are also responsible for managing the design, construction, and commissioning of alternative energy systems, such as the campus-wide Academic District Energy System (ADES) steam to hot water conversion project and the Bioenergy Research and Demonstration Facility (BRDF).
What we do
We are the main liaison on projects between the client, consultant, contractor, and UBC stakeholders. This includes working with the client to turn ideas into projects, determining the project objective, scope, timeline, and budget, as well as supporting administrative functions and ongoing activities of the project.
The project team is comprised of key members involved in the development, implementation and ongoing activities of a project. The team is responsible for managing the success of a project from inception to completion, through planning, design, construction and commissioning. They also support the management of day-to-day operations and construction-related tasks, oversee contract tendering and executions, liaise with service providers and handle financial tasks required by each project, such as reviewing and submitting fee amendments and other contract-related documents. For more information, visit the ‘Project team‘ page on our website.
The project management process is broken down into six key phases: initiation, planning, design, procurement, construction, and completion. For more information, visit the ‘Project process‘ page on our website.
The Client web portal is available for clients to access and review active and completed projects online. Users will have access to project schedules, budgets, costs to date and relevant project documents.