Design & Construction Management: A Division of Facilities & Campus Services

  • The Rec Center floor
  • Integrated Design Building
  • Jeff Quackenbush, Ed Blaguszewski and Shane Conklin at the NLSB
  • Hard hats at the North Residential Area groundbreaking
  • Capital project managers Bruce Thomas and Burt Ewart at the Studio Arts Building
  • The Integrative Learning Center
  • Capital project manager Henry Merriman at Skinner Hall
  • The Life Science Laboratories
  • Construction of the Integrative Learning Center
  • The Commonwealth Honors College Residential Complex

Building tomorrow today.

The Design & Construction Management Division is an authorized agent of the state's Division of Capital Asset Management (DCAM).  We're responsible for all capital projects, plant adaptation, and other non-maintenance construction on state property within the University of Massachusetts Amherst.​

Decade of Renewal

A Decade of Renewal

We're building the next generation of facilities at UMass Amherst --classrooms, laboratories, residence halls, dining commons and recreation venues.  Take a look at what we've accomplished, what we're working on today, and what the future holds in Campus Planning's informative presentation.

This month's featured project:

Isenberg SOM Addition and Renovation

North exterior viewThe 70,000 gsf addition will wrap around the north and northeast ends of the ISOM and be organized on either side of a multi-story atrium to be used for large, all-University gatherings and special functions such as business symposia. The new “Business Innovation Hub” will accommodate faculty growth, career center recruiting, team-based learning and advising.  The project will expand the existing facility to include colloquium space, a simulated trading floor, and limited renovation of existing spaces.


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