Infrastructure and Sustainability (I&S) is a unit of the Division of Administration and Finance. We support operational excellence through innovative and efficient physical infrastructure services for the Georgia Institute of Technology.  

The unit is comprised of 14 departments that service the campus: Building Engineering and Energy Strategies (BEES), Building Maintenance, Capital Planning and Space Management, Custodial, Data & Analytics, Design & Construction, Environmental Health & Safety, Fleet Services, Keys & Locks, Landscape Services, Solid Waste and Recycling, Staging, Sustainability & Building Operations, and Utilities & Engineering. 

We are a team of dedicated professionals responsible for providing sustainable, safe and well-maintained facilities throughout the campus.


Notice: Covid-19 Resources for employees

The USG Human Resources office aims to assure employees understand the benefits and resources available related to Covid-19. Please keep in mind, guidance is changing rapidly as the situation evolves. Additional information and updates will be posted on the USG Human resources website at https://www.usg.edu/hr/benefits/coronavirus as they are received.


For any questions regarding construction projects on campus, please contact Assoc. Director, Construction Services - Chris Sanders at chris.sanders@facilities.gatech.edu or 470-494-0083.


Construction Notices

EcoCommons Path Extension Improvements Begin

Improvements to the gravel drive located between State Street and Atlantic Drive will occur January - April.

Construction Activity Between Student Center and Smithgall Continues Into Spring

The alternate pathway in place around the Smithgall Student Services building will remain in place as construction continues.

Campus Center Renovations Continue December 2021 through January 2022

The campus center renovation moves forward during December and January.

Infrastructure and Sustainability News

White Oak Near Tech Tower Planned for Removal

The white oak beside the staircase leading up to Tech Tower is failing and will be removed over winter break.

Georgia Tech Announces New Vice President for Infrastructure and Sustainability

Maria Cimilluca has been named vice president for Infrastructure and Sustainability after a nationwide search.

Library collects four awards for reimagining and renovation

The nearly 10 years of planning, programming, building and execution appear to have paid off.