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Facilities and Campus Development

Facilities and Campus Development is responsible for planning, constructing, maintaining and operating educational and research facilities on behalf of the Institute. We provide a diverse range of services required to manage almost 213,000 sq. m. (2,290,000 sq. ft.) of facilities located at five sites in the municipalities of Burnaby, Delta, North Vancouver, Richmond and Vancouver.

We are here to help.

BCIT Fixit

Contact BCIT Facilities if you notice a problem and we will fix it.

Who we are

Our Department consists of four main divisions:

  • Facilities Services operates and maintains campus facilities and infrastructure, including building repairs, custodial and recycling. The Energy Team and Parking & Transportation also operate under the Facilities Services division.
  • Project Services¬†implements approved capital projects, space planning and program-related renovations to existing facilities and infrastructure.
  • Campus Development provides long-range facility and land-use planning, design guidelines and review, major capital project feasibility studies, space administration and mapping.
  • Accounting and Business Systems oversees related business systems, as well as central switchboard operations and department administration.

For a detailed view of our Department, see our Contacts Page.

BCIT Renew: Major initiatives

Health Sciences Centre (HSC) project

New $78.3M building for the School of Health Sciences

Tall Timbers Student Housing project

Major project to provide affordable student housing for more than 400 students

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