Infrastructure and Sustainability is comprised of more than 500 dedicated professionals who support operational excellence through innovative and efficient physical infrastructure services for the Georgia Institute of Technology. 

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

I&S provides sustainable, safe and well-maintained facilities throughout the campus.

Infrastructure and Sustainability (I&S) is a unit of the Division of Administration and Finance.


PLEASE NOTE: For any questions regarding construction projects on campus, please contact the Associate Director for Construction Services - Chris Sanders at chris.sanders@facilities.gatech.edu.


STUDENTS: For any questions regarding facilities' utility, space, operations, or maintenance information, please fill out the Living, Learning, Campus engagement form or contact the Program and Operations Manager, Cheryl Kelley at cheryl.kelley@facilities.gatech.edu


I&S welcomes inquiries from and collaborations with our Georgia Tech students.


Construction Notices

Van Leer Chilled Water Project Underway

The Van Leer Chilled Water Project will be actively under construction until early November.

Crane Staging Aug. 22 at Brittain Hall for Electrical Improvements

The crane will be staged in the parking lot behind the dining hall.

Fencing for Steam Line Replacement Near Campanile October 3 - Mid December

Beginning Monday, October 3rd fencing will be mobilized to replace a trap condensate line.

Temporary Cooling Installed to Support Weber SST3 Building Aug. 8-26

Beginning Monday, August 8th we will be installing temporary cooling to support the Weber SST3 building. The installation of this temporary cooling equipment will take approximately 3 weeks and the project will be taking the alleyway and parking behind W

Infrastructure and Sustainability News

Improvements to the Kessler Campanile Energize Core Campus

The Campanile and redesigned surrounding fountain will come online shortly.

Institute Shares Roadmap to Campuswide Sustainability

Georgia Tech has launched its first campuswide sustainability plan and will allocate $1.25 million annually to support plan implementation.

Stutent Center
New Campus Center Welcomes Students

The newly reconfigured Campus Center has transformed the original 1970s student center into a vibrant and interactive complex of facilities.

Kendeda Building Awarded Highest Honor in Architecture

The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design has been awarded the highest architecture honor by the American Institute of Architects, the National AIA Honor Award for Architecture.