Capital Projects Council (CPC)
All functions previously addressed by the Physical and Capital Planning unit have been incorporated into the Physical Facilities organization. In the coming weeks, this website will be decommissioned, and the information contained here will be integrated into the Energy and Construction website. The structure and appearance of the information will be adapted to fit within the existing Energy and Construction website and to reflect the updated organizational structure of the unit.
The Capital Projects Council (CPC), chaired by the President, reviews and approves all Purdue projects for the construction of new facilities and new uses of University land. In addition, the Council reviews facilities additions, renovations and/or capital improvement projects estimated to cost $500,000 or more, and sculptures, monuments, artwork, memorials or any other site features, prior to being presented to or discussed by advisory groups, prospective donors, or any other organization outside Purdue University. The Council generally meets every other month.
*Regional Campus' projects do not go before the Capital Coordinating Committee (Cᵌ), only the Capital Projects Council (CPC)
For all projects over $2,000,000, once the Capital Projects Council (CPC) has approved a project proposal and its funding plan has been approved by the Treasurer, it becomes eligible for consideration for project approval under the by-laws of the Trustees of Purdue.
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If you have questions regarding completion of the forms or the process, please contact the University Architect, (765) 494-8003.