University of Chicago Medicine and Biological Sciences

Project Management

The Project Management group manages the University of Chicago Medicine’s and Biological Sciences Division’s renovation and infrastructure projects. We coordinate with Architectural Planning the selection and contracting of architectural services and the management of feasibility and programming studies. Once a project has been fully planned and is funded, project managers work with faculty and staff clients to execute renovation projects in support of various programmatic needs.

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Project managers have various responsibilities, including:

  • Project safety and life safety compliance
  • Project scope management
  • Project budget and schedule management
  • Project quality management
  • Project procurement management
  • Project integration management
  • Project commissioning and turnover

At the completion of each project, the project manager works to successfully transition the renovated area to Operations staff for ongoing support and maintenance.

New Construction

Our tailored project teams help advance the University of Chicago Medicine and Biological Sciences missions by overseeing new cutting-edge construction projects. The professional make-up and staff required is dependent on size and complexity of the construction project. These construction projects experts manage a variety of tasks, including:

  • Building site planning
  • Coordination of landscape changes and integration into campus plans
  • City permits and approvals


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Our Operations teams ensure the safety, sustainability and efficiency of all our hospitals and facilities that we manage. Click on the links below to request a service or to learn more about Facilities Planning, Design and Construction.