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Building and space information

Battle Building

Facilities Management maintains most of the buildings on Grounds and University-owned properties off-Grounds.

If you are a UVA faculty, staff or student - you can access building information through the Facilities Management Customer Portal.

If you are NOT a UVA faculty, staff or student and/or do not have access to the Facilities Management Customer Portal - please contact the Facilities Management Customer Support Center at (434) 924-1777.

Online document catalog

Facilities Management’s online document catalog is a searchable collection of over 100,000 documents that includes:

  • Architectural and engineering drawings
  • Specifications for University buildings, landscapes and infrastructures
  • Maps
  • Surveys
  • Aerial photographs
  • Historic preservation resources
  • Archaeological investigations
  • Planning materials
  • General reference manuals

Geospatial Engineering Services maintains the collection.

Space at the University

UVA owns an extensive portfolio of buildings and land, which includes approximately 16 million square feet of building space. To help faculties and departments with space needs, UVA Real Estate and Leasing Services and Facilities Management’s Space Management department provide services including space planning, leasing negotiation and property acquisitions.

UVA also offers many event space options throughout Grounds. Reservations should be made as early as possible, particularly for large events. The primary tool for finding available event space is The SOURCE.

To learn more about finding the space you need across Grounds, visit the Space@UVa website.

Building energy consumption

The UVA Building Performance Energy and Water Tracker website quantifies energy and water demand and consumption on Grounds in real time. The data is collected from the University’s extensive building automation and metering network. Approximately 80 percent of the over 1,200 physical meters at the University are connected to automated systems for trending and data archives.