capital planning

Helping arboretum programs flourish

Charles A. (Chuck) Cody’s dedication to WSU plants and plant facilities grows from the heart.   “It’s a lot of work, but it’s my job to keep these living things alive,” said Cody, who just celebrated his 25th year as plant growth facilities manager for the School of Biological Sciences.   “My family was in […]

Pride in team accomplishment

Staff Excellence Award   “I came to Capital Planning in 1986 and decided I would stay until I got bored. I never got bored.”   Vickie Chalmers, director of finance and administration for Capital Planning and Development (CPD) at WSU has had opportunities to leave CPD, but the work and the people continue to keep […]

Construction onStadium continues

The  Martin Stadium renovation is still underway. To view photos of the renovation’s progress, visit Phase One of the project included the beautification of the stadium’s east and south ends, which included the new restroom facilities, updated concession stands and larger walkways. Phase Two focused on expanding the northern concourse area. Phases Three and […]

APAC meeting held in Tri-Cities

The Administrative Professional Advisory Council monthly meeting for November will be held on the Tri-Cities campus in West Building Room 210 (TWEST 210), on Thursday Nov. 8 from 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. A “meet and greet” will take place in the Commons at 1 p.m. prior to the meeting where refreshments will be provided.  For […]

Chillers installed to increase chilled water circulation

Facilities Operations and Capital Planning and Development are working to improve the underground chilled water piping loop that supplies cold water for air conditioning to buildings on the WSU Pullman campus.Over the past five years, many steps have been taken to improve chilled water capacity, including adding new loop-connected chillers and enacting energy improvement projects […]

Summer work heats up

Summer is around the corner and on the WSU campuses that means construction and renovation for the upcoming school year. Among the largest projects on the Pullman campus will be the Cleveland Hall/Education Addition and the Plant Bioscience Building, adjacent to Johnson Hall. Between Facilities Operations and Capital Planning and Development, the campus should be […]