Capital Project Management

Capital projects are works on buildings and/or facilities (everything from the running track at Iffley Road to electrical supply infrastructure), and typically include:

  • Feasibility studies
  • New buildings
  • Major alterations or extensions to existing buildings
  • Demolition
  • Replacement of facilities

A capital project will normally have a value in excess of £100,000. Projects below this value are classed as minor works and are managed by the Conservation & Buildings team. All initial enquiries - regardless of value - should be directed to the Capital Projects Administrator.

Find out more about the services provided by the Capital Projects team, from the first stages of planning a project, through to occupying the building.

Setting up a project

From initial enquiry through to the feasibility, project proposal and approval stages

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Information for clients

A guide to the complete Capital Projects process including project phases, responsibilities, governance, external regulation and suppliers

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Being a PSG member

How Project Sponsor Groups work, the responsibilities of PSG members and how to access training

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Occupying your new building

About the Soft Landings process designed to improve the experience of building users in the weeks and months following completion

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