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Open Book: Lou Slater

"These guys make me look good. It’s not me doing it, it’s them. I’m just in the background moving stuff around to make sure that they’re successful, and in turn, they make me look good."

MSU Broad: A Creative Partnership

MSU Infrastructure Planning and Facilities has been honored - over the years - to assist in the production of various exhibits, including hanging an elephant from the museum's ceiling and wading through the red cedar to install photo installations.

IPF to Host Spartan Arbor Day 5K Run

MSU Infrastructure Planning and Facilities and MSU Sustainability will host a fun run this spring designed to highlight MSU's green spaces and to raise funds for planting trees across the vast 5,400+ acre East Lansing campus.

165 Years: Celebrating MSU's Founder's Day

IPF is honored by the legacy of those who put in the work to ensure future Spartans have the facilities they need to make the world a better place.

Get to know IPF: Josh Sego

Nurturing things is what Josh Sego is all about. Whether it be the hundreds of Custodial Services staff members he trains and develops or the plants that creep through every nook of his office; he is all about fostering growth.

Facilities Focus - February 2020 - Vol. 10

Volume ten of the Facilities Focus e-newsletter

MSU recognized as 2019 Tree Campus USA

Arbor Day Foundation Honors Michigan State University with 2019 Tree CampusUSA®️ Recognition

A facelift for an MSU icon

In the middle of December, when much of campus was winding down after a long semester, IPF and its contractors began renovations to one of MSU’s sweetest attractions – the Dairy Store.

Carrying a Father's Legacy

“It reminds me who I am, and where I come from,” Wilson explained. “I lost him in 2012, and it helps me feel like he’s with me.”

Get to know your IPF crews: T.B. Simon Power Plant Operations

“The IPF Power and Water crews are invisible heroes who routinely sacrifice personal and family time to keep the campus supplied with heat, electricity and water 24/7/365.” – Sherri Jett, director of Utilities.