The University of New Mexico division responsible for strategic coordination, guidance and planning for institutional space, facility physical assets and capital resources, Capital & Space Strategies (CSS) has completed development of its website to better serve the campus community.

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This change represents the latest step in combining capital planning with space management, which began in 2019.

 “Our website was developed with our customers in mind,” said Tabia Murray Allred, planning officer for UNM Capital & Space Strategies. “The new site features a modern UNM-branded design, intuitive navigation and makes it easy for users to find the essential information they search for the most.”

Previously, features such as campus maps and access to the UNM Space Database (FAMIS Cloud) were housed on the Facilities Management (FM) website. The new site expands offerings to users, including information on capital priorities and planning processes, space policies and assessment reporting, storage rentals and links to University Administrative Policies related to space management.

“The feature we are most excited about on the new site, is the new UNM Building Directory,” Allred said. “Before we launched this resource, campus visitors had to search for building locations and physical address information on department-specific websites. This UNM building directory will save customers and campus partners a lot of time.”

The FM site will maintain redirect links to CSS for a period of time as users become aware and familiar with the new site.