About Buildings and Estates

The Buildings and Estates Department is responsible for maintaining the physical aspect of the University's buildings and estates and for the management of new physical developments within the campus. 

Reporting to the Director of Finance, Buildings and Estates has a brief for the following functions:

  • New building and works projects
  • Maintenance of the campus buildings fabric and associated building plant
  • Maintenance of all campus grounds, sportsfields, roads, pavings, water features, lighting and services, both underground and above
  • Energy management
  • Security
  • Traffic and parking management
  • Safety of the built environment
  • Cleaning
  • Waste management
  • Portering service
  • Goods receiving and distribution
  • Space planning and management
  • Insurance
  • Land acquisition incl. legal issues
  • Signposting/nameplates
  • Key holding
  • HEA and Department of Education and Science re buildings and physical development matters
  • Furniture - procurement and maintenance

View the UL Organisation Structure and view the Departments Organisation Structure for more information

The following is a list of services that are commonly held to be the responsibility of B&E but are not

  • Reception – Information Technology Division
  • Student Accommodation – Campus Life Services
  • Network – Information Technology Division
  • Phones – Information Technology Division
  • Art Works – Corporate Secretary Office
  • Print Room – Information Technology Division
  • Scheduling of Classrooms – Student Academic
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