Services covered include repairs, general maintenance, custodial, installation of items attached to a building, building emergencies, moving and setups, grounds and landscape, snow and ice removal, heat/air conditioning, temperature controls, paint, plumbing, fabrication, masonry, carpentry, elevators, fire controls, etc.
Building exterior or grounds safety concerns - Bloomington campus only
To report Bloomington campus building exterior or grounds safety concerns such as campus lights not working, sidewalks needing repair, fallen trees and limbs, etc., use the exterior safety/maintenance request. The exterior safety form may be used by campus visitors.
Building design and construction is managed by IU Capital Projects for all IU campuses. It encompasses new construction, additions, renovations, interior design, space changes, floor coverings, wall coverings, window coverings/film, casework/millwork, etc.
A Capital Projects request for service should be completed when acquiring and/or reconfiguring furniture or furnishings for any IU-owned or -occupied space, particularly for custom items. Select “Furniture Only” on the Capital Projects request for service form.
Some standard furniture and furnishings do not require a Capital Projects request for service and may be purchased directly through Kuali Financial System (KFS). For a complete list, which you should check periodically for updates, visit the IU Purchasing website and select the furniture spreadsheet.
Examples of standard items that may be purchased directly through KFS include:
Coat hooks, racks and trees
Folding chairs and tables
Lab and exam stools
For additional information about placing standard furniture and furnishings orders and installation of standard items, visit the IU Purchasing website.
For questions or assistance with the request form for furniture/furnishings/interior design requests, including ordering of custom items, contact email@example.com or 812-856-9659.
Executive leaders may submit space requests for the Bloomington and IUPUI campuses via the Space Committee Request process.
Pre-Construction Asbestos Compliance and Abatement Services(PCON) encompasses all inspections and testing to determine the presence/absence of asbestos (ACM) containing materials, providing cost estimates for compliance and abatement, and the safe removal of asbestos containing materials (where present).
The COVID-19 Resource Center was retired onJanuary 3, 2022. After January 3, PPE ordering will revert back to traditional methods with departments making purchases of items like gloves, hand sanitizer, and and disinfectant wipes directly from suppliers. PPE warehouses will no longer be used.
Questions? Contact Purchasing using theSupport Formby selecting "PPE" as your question type.