Information for Building Managers, Facility, and Space Coordinators
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If you are a Building Manager, Space Coordinator or a Facilities Coordinator, having information about your facilities is central to your business. We assist you with access to records from previous construction projects, current-condition Stanford floorplans, facilities information, basemap, and utilities data, and the most recent aerials or topography data surrounding your building.
Special tools are directly available to you through our online systems, after initial approval and training. Please browse our menu to the left to learn more about the data resources and services available to you, and use the Quick Links to the right to access commonly used maps and our online applications.
If you are one of over 200 space coordinators campus-wide, you utilize iSpace to update utilization information including the occupying organization, room type, function, and people responsible for space. This information is utilized by the Office of Research Administration, the Department of Capital Planning and Space Management, and others for many campus needs, including emergency preparedness and planning.
- Building List with Addresses, Zones and Parcel (authorization required)
- Floor Plans and Space Data
- Applications (including training information) including FIMS, iSpace and On-line Archive
- Resources for Building and Facilities Management from the Buildings and Grounds Maintenance group
- Building Managers may view available archived records through the Online Archive Database. We are in the process of scanning these records and some are available in PDF format. In some cases CAD drawings may accompany the record sets. Be sure to check in with your Zone Manager when planning a remodeling project.
- When researching archive records, ask to see projects that are adjacent to your buildings such as landscape, road, mall or utility projects, in addition to researching only the building architectural records.
- Color-Coded floor plans are available through the FIMS building page, after being granted authority by your Dean/VP or another designee they have assigned, and after signing the confidentiality agreement. For more information see http://ispace.stanford.edu/access.html
- You can access measured, as well as Communications floorplans through FIMS (See access requirements at http://cnscad.stanford.edu).
- Has your data expired? Check with us often (especially for new projects, or after 3-6 months).
- Use the Basemap Online to launch FIMS and iSpace, and to measure distances or view additional datasets in context with each other.
- We also provide Custom Maps and Services if you need special maps or map-related analysis tools created for you.
- Are you aware of a floorplan that needs updating? Please let us know: HelpSU