About Us

Welcome to the Campus Planning and Construction home page.

Our office is responsible for the planning, construction and stewardship of all campus assets, facilities and properties in the residential Marion campus of Indiana Wesleyan University. Facilities and property-related issues for IWU's regional Education Centers are managed by CAPS Operations. Technology-related assets are managed by Information Technology.

What We Do

Our focus is to ensure that you have state-of-the-art, well-maintained facilities in which to live, learn, work and visit as a student, alumnus, employee or meeting guest.

In all that we do, our primary concern is meeting the needs of the people using our facilities while exercising good stewardship of our resources in the performance of the following principal activities:

  • Master planning and design.
  • Capital construction.
  • Renovations and improvements.
  • Maintenance and renewal.
  • Property acquisition and management.
  • Buildings and grounds maintenance.
  • Energy management and procurement.
  • Utilities management.
  • Parking facilities (for parking permit information, go to Campus Police).
  • Streets and plazas.
  • Sustainability.
  • Custodial.
  • Mail Services.
  • Transportation.
  • Building security and access control.
  • Building information systems and document retention.
  • Environmental health and safety.
  • Life safety management.

To explore our campus and facilities, we invite you to take a virtual tour or schedule a visit. We know you'll be inspired by what you experience.

Marion Campus by the Numbers
Number of major buildings 51
Gross Building Area (square feet) 2.1 million
New construction/renovation since 1990 14 buildings (30%)
Campus acreage 360
Athletic field acreage 80
Parking spaces 3,500
Facilities Services employees 110
Classrooms and lecture halls More than 90
Residence hall beds More than 2,600

Campus Planning and Construction

Maxwell Center, Suite 222
4201 S. Washington St.
Marion, IN 46953
Phone: 765-677-2123
Fax: 765-677-1510