Project Request


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The Facilities Management Project Request Form (also referred to as the Project Initiation Form or PIF), is the means by which an Auburn University College, School, Office, Department or other entity request and initiate a project for planning, design, engineering, and/or construction services to any Auburn University owned building or grounds.

Furthermore, initiating a project through Facilities Management is essential to ensure that the requested work complies with all applicable building codes, laws, and regulations. In addition to adhering with Auburn University’s policies, strategic initiatives, master planning efforts, design and construction standards, and image and character standards.

To request a project from Facilities Management, download the Project Request Form by clicking here.

Instructions for submitting the Project Request are on the form itself; however, once we have received the completed form, it will be reviewed and assigned a project manager from the Planning, Design, and Construction (PD&C) team at Facilities Management.  This individual will work with you directly to identify the project requirements and develop a preliminary scope of work, costs, and schedule.  Once this programming phase has been completed, and the project has been funded, then it will move forward into the design and construction phases.

In some cases, a Project Request may also be necessary for modifications to other non-AU buildings that are either on property owned by AU and/or for leased buildings occupied by AU employees or students.  Refer to this website for Auburn University's Policies specific to Facilities Management, which includes the policies on “Authority to Execute” and “Third Party” construction projects:

Otherwise, for maintenance type requests, please submit a Work Order through this site:


For any questions about the Project Request Form or the initiation process, please contact Vanessa Kleypas at 334-734-3332.

Last Updated: February 02, 2022