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
- 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.
From initial enquiry through to the feasibility, project proposal and approval stages
A guide to the complete Capital Projects process including project phases, responsibilities, governance, external regulation and suppliers
How Project Sponsor Groups work, the responsibilities of PSG members and how to access training
About the Soft Landings process designed to improve the experience of building users in the weeks and months following completion