Infrastructure Planning and Facilities is proud to collaborate with the business partners that support Michigan State's world-class campus. These pages contain all of the resources that contractors, consultants, vendors and other partners need to effectively work with MSU.
Detailed information related to the documents, processes and references used during the estimate, design and construction phases of projects managed through the IPF Planning, Design and Construction department.
The Michigan State University standards for construction have been compiled for design professionals involved in creating construction documents.
Standard contracts for capital construction projects at MSU.
Portals to the ARC Document Solutions site for contractors and consultants.
This page describes the phases of various types of construction projects at MSU.
The campus master plan guides long-term physical development of the MSU campus.
Construction waste recycling
Contractors working on campus can reduce waste disposal costs by utilizing Surplus Store and Recycling’s waste evaluation and removal service. It is a great way to help meet LEED standards and establish a “green” construction project. The MSU Recycling Center works with both the construction rep and the contractor working on the job to come up with the best plan of action. Recycling typically charges the contractor directly as a replacement for other haulers in the area. Find out how.
FIT gives users access to current and historical facility information. Information is compiled from a variety of sources to be provided in one place. Users can search, sort and generate data reports.
The FIS Support Portal provides users with the ability to submit tickets for Information Requests, Application Support as well as requesting an account for users external to IPF to gain access to certain information. Users can also browse knowledge based articles that have information on frequently asked questions and helpful tips and tricks.
This project management system is used to track the progress of various business processes used on construction projects.
This site contains a support-request form for users to submit any questions or problems they are having with Unifier. The site also contains a contract and payment-setup request form for vendors to identify staff members that will need access to Unifier for a specific project.
Infrastructure Map is an online mapping application that lets authorized users access utilities and infrastructure information.
Access Meridian Document Management system via web browser. This allows users that are outside of IPF or away from their desktops to still retrieve facility and infrastructure information. Meridian Explorer requires a username and password. Should you require access, please submit a ticket through the FIS Support Portal.