New York University - Facilities and Construction Management

Throughout 2013, New York University’s Facilities and Construction Management (FCM) department staff have intensified their efforts to prepare for the NYU-Poly merger, and assumption of responsibilities for the operation, maintenance and construction of NYU-Poly’s facilities, including assigning , FCM staff to assist with managing construction projects in Brooklyn.

Within the new year, FCM will continue to partner with Dennis Dintino (VP, Finance & Business Affairs) and Danny Aniello (Director, Administration) as continues.  In the new year, the responsibilities of the Director of Facilities and Construction Management for the NYU School of Engineering and all Brooklyn locations will be assumed by James (Jim) Burgess.  Jim will be working closely with the NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering facilities service staff and facilities management staff assigned to the school, to ensure the facilities are functioning optimally to serve the academic mission of the University and the NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering.  We look forward to welcoming the integrated NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering facilities service and engineering staff into the FCM department.

New York University’s Facilities and Construction Management (FCM) department is staffed by numerous credentialed professionals who have subject matter expertise in a wide variety of facilities and construction-related fields (construction, engineering, architecture, etc.) A brief summary of the services provided by FCM are as follows:

  • Construction – space planning, project management, and compliance www.nyu.edu/construction
  • Facilities – building services, building management, compliance, maintenance and operations www.nyu.edu/fcm
  • Health and Safety – workplace safety, environmental regulatory compliance, and fire & life safety www.nyu.edu/ehs
  • Energy and Engineering – sustainability, energy management, energy acquisition, and facilities-related engineering www.nyu.edu/sustainability

For further information visit the NYU FCM websites listed above.

As the new year progresses, more detailed information will be made available, which describes the services provided by FCM and how to access the services provided by FCM.