Facilities Development & Operations

Key Pick-Up

Hours of operation for the first two weeks of the semester are:

Monday-Thursday: 8:00am to 12:00pm & 1:00pm to 6:00pm

FD&O has moved the key pick up function to the front reception desk (1st floor entrance, 9th & San Fernando; near Boyce Gate). In addition to a new location, we have implemented extended hours for the first two weeks of the new semester. Faculty, staff and students may pick-up keys and drop-off key requests at this new location.

Construction Updates

Spartan Complex

Spartan Complex

Construction is in the final stage and faculty will be moving in as scheduled.  The newly renovated SPX building features a new dance studio, located over the breezeway closest to 4th street, new offices for kinesiology and health science and recreation departments, a new entrance into the building on both the north and the south sides, and a new locker room facility. This project upgraded the seismic design and MEP systems as well as combined SPX Central and East into one comprehensive building.

Student Recreation and Aquatic Center (SRAC)

The Student Recreation & Aquatic Center (SRAC) is in the preliminary design stage. The construction start date is scheduled for summer of 2016, with an expected project completion date of fall 2018.

Student Union 

Work continues on the Student Union. We look forward to a new Starbucks, Subway and the Spartan Bookstore later in the fall semester.  

Winner - 2015 California Higher Education Sustainability Conference

San Jose State University was recently recognized and received a California Higher Education Energy Efficiency and Sustainability Best Practice Award for HVAC Design/Retrofit for the following project:                       

San José State University, University Chiller Plant Improvements

The competition recognizes innovative project teams, within public higher education, for implementing sustainable practices which can be replicated at other campuses to conserve natural resources.

PG&E Installation Review

San Jose State University applied for an Installation Review with PG&E. They have recognized the new Student Wellness Center as a highly efficient building compared to a standard building as defined by code. The building saves enough electricity to power 1,000 single family homes.