Facilities & Construction Management

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Facilities & Construction Management

Facilities & Construction Management Department

The mission of the department of Facilities and Construction Management (FCM) is to promote, maintain, and develop a safe, professional, and comfortable environment conducive to teaching, learning, and working for NJCU students, faculty, and staff, as well as community members. Through transformational leadership, excellent customer service, and best practices we are committed to improving the facilities and infrastructure of the University.

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Real Estate and Capital Projects Update

School of Business

Project Description:
To create a state-of-the-art virtual classroom for distance learning for approximately 30 persons


  • University Approved Budget: TBD                             
  • Actual Start Date: 9/1/2019
  • Anticipated Completion Date: 7/15/2021
  • Stage: Conceptual

Squier Hall @ Fort Monmouth

Project Description: 
This project consists of the rehabilitation and renovations of Squier Hall and the surrounding property

  • The property consists of approximately 27.5 acres divided into two parcels of land
  • The existing structure, called Squire Hall, contains  76,583 sqft and six other buildings
  • The project will renovate 46,726 sqft of Squier Hall and demolish all other structures on the property


  • University Approved Budget: $21,377,844                            
  • Anticipated Start Date: 4/15/2019
  • Actual Start Date: TBD
  • Anticipated Completion Date: 2/1/2021
  • Stage: Demolition

Athletic Capital Growth Enhancement

Project Description: 
Metro Field

  • Improve field with natural or artificial turf and provide amenities for softball and baseball
  • Gerrity Field / Tidelands
  • Field improvements for soccer, the running track, softball & baseball and provide a multipurpose field
  • Power Wellness Facility
  • Create a center to serve students, staff, athletes and the community. Provide services from partnerships with Healthcare providers


  • Metro Field
  • Equipment Budget: $300,000                        
  • Anticipated Start Date: 11/19/2019

Gerrity Field / Tidelands

Anticipated Start Date: 11/19/2019

Power Wellness Facility

Anticipated Start Date: TBD

University Place Development

Project Description:
Work is currently progressing at University Place, a $400 million redevelopment project that aims to create a unique sense of place between NJCU’s main campus and the adjacent neighborhood. Upon completion, the project will have more than 600 market-rate apartments and more than 120,000 square-feet of transformative commercial space.  Future construction will bring additional shops, a supermarket, and other retail amenities. Also planned are academic and non- academic facilities. The first project completed at University Place was NJCU’s West Campus Village Residence Hall which opened in September 2016 and a future center for the performing arts is at the planning stages in 2020.

BUDGET | TIMELINE | DETAILS                                 

  • Start Date: 2/1/2015
  • Stage: In construction



Management, Administration, and Supervision

  • Jeff Livingston, PE, Associate Vice President for Real Estate and Capital Projects
  • Linda Griffin, Customer & Administrative Services Support
  • Yelena Reyes, Customer & Administrative Services Support
  • Iris Wilcox, Customer & Administrative Services Support
  • Inki Yi, Customer & Administrative Services Support


  • Boiler Room: George Magliulo, Chief Operating Engineer
  • Automotive Fleet Management: Patrick Bartole, Automotive Fleet Manager; Jagat Surujballi, Assistant Fleet Manager
  • Custodial / Event Set-Ups: Gary Closs, Associate Supervisor 3; Sumintra Perry, Assistant Supervisor 2; Dock Williams, Crew Supervisor, Gary McDonald, Crew Supervisor; Bernard Hendricks, Crew Supervisor
  • Grounds: Sabato Caporrino, Head Grounds Worker
  • Maintenance and Repair: Hugo Tejeda, Maintenance Supervisor; David Watson, Maintenance Supervisor


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