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Space Management and Analysis

The primary function of the Space Management and Analysis Office is space reporting.

This function includes collecting and maintaining data relating to the University of Houston’s facilities and providing this information to various University constituents for internal and external reporting and analysis.

The University is required to maintain a comprehensive and accurate space inventory. The data collected during the annual space survey will be used for analysis and reporting in the following areas:

  • Space Management
  • Validation of requirements for capital projects
  • Development of program plans for capital projects
  • Support to the University's strategic planning initiatives (programmatic, financial, and physical) from the perspective of space needs

FAMIS is the space management application that we use in the management of this information. The data collected is used to create the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) Facilities Inventory Report, to provide defensible data for calculating the Facilities & Administrative (F&A) Rate, and to provide campus leaders with space management information.

More information -

Space Survey General Information

Space Survey Manual

 

Cecil (Woody) Sutton, Director of Space Management and Analysis

713-743-7201