The IT Infrastructure Facilities Engineering Group offers construction design and project management services for University construction projects, and certain hospital construction projects.
Type of projects include:
- new building constructions
- card access
- office reconfigurations
- lab remodeling
- network jack installations
Additional services include the maintenance and management of the university’s
- copper, fiber, coax cabling systems
- service vault infrastructure
- underground conduit systems between buildings and communication hubs (ECHs).
Current faculty, staff, and vendors affiliated with Stanford University, Stanford Health Care, and Stanford Children's Health
- Active SUNetID (non-student or postdoc)
- PTA for university and cost center for hospital
Submit a Help request.
NOTE: For jacks that are not functioning, please click the link above to submit a Help Request. The determination to charge or not comes after determining if the damage is normal wear-and-tear, poor installation, or due to neglect. For normal wear-and-tear (such as a jack showing normal wear-and-tear with no physical damage) or TSOs within the first year of installation and are covered under their installation warranty, University IT (UIT) would not charge to make these repairs, and these are typically performed by a UIT technician on the spot.
For more substantial repairs and/or damage due to negligence (e.g., Someone cutting a cable/bundle of cables in the ceiling, hitting a TSO with furniture, tampering/altering the TSO, etc.), a client would be required to pay for the repair of the damage by opening a Wire & Construction work order and providing their PTA for the repairs. For these repairs, the client would be notified, and a quote would be provided for the work prior to commencing with repairs.