Capital and Infrastructure Improvements:

Document Communication


After execution of service agreement with the design professional(s), all relevant information related to the project needs to be provided to the design team. Such information may include CSU and campus standards, guidelines, and project specific information such as feasibility documents, bases of design reports, CEQA documents, hazardous material reports, geotechnical engineering reports, surveys, owner projects requirements, bridging documents, campus developed schedule, and owner consultant developed documents shall be organized and packaged and made available for proposers review.

It shall be the responsibility of the CM in collaboration with the Architect to access the type, quantity, and quality of the available information describing existing site conditions.

  • SUAM Section VI; 9060 - 9079​
  • SUAM Section XI; 9233.01
  • SUAM Section XII; 9730​
  • CSU Procedures Guide Section 1.3.2
  • CSU Seismic Requirements
  • Commissioning Campus Mechanical and Electrical Standards
  • Commissioning Guideline For CSU Capital Projects
  • Control Systems Design Guideline
  • Control Systems Procurement Guide
  • CSU Access Compliance Design Guidelines
  • CSU Energy Policy
  • CSU Energy Metering for Utilities Management
  • CSU Metering Guide
  • CSU Indoor Lighting Guide
  • Outdoor Lighting Design Guide
  • CSU Mechanical and Electrical Basis of Design Guidelines
  • Utilities Infrastructure Master Plan Guideline for CSU Campuses
  • Utility Recharge Rate Computation Guide
  • Owner's Project Requirements Template (completed by campus)
  • CSU TIP Standards Fourth Edition (Telecommunication Infrastructure Planning)
  • Guidelines for Post-Tensioned Concrete Structures
  • CSU Bulletins​