Space Accounting

Space Management is responsible for developing and maintaining Institute floor plans and the space inventory database, maintaining the official building name and address list, conducting periodic space audits, and providing support for facility planning efforts.


This Annual Report of the Vice President for Planning for 1968-69 by Paul Weber describes the beginning of a computerized building and room inventory at Georgia Tech, as well as statistics regarding buildings, space, and classroom utilization from that time.


Room Numbering Guidelines (PDF)

Postsecondary Education Facilities Inventory and Classification Manual (FICM Manual)

Space Management provides direct support for the following Georgia Tech units and external organizations:


Facilities Management

Utility billing, Association of Physical Plant Administrators (APPA: Leadership in Educational Facilities) surveys, project development, and infrastructure assessment, analysis, and operations (

Financial Services

Property Register (State self-insurance program) through the Georgia Department of Administrative Services (DOAS) Building, Land, and Lease Inventory of Property (BLLIP) database, State of Georgia audit reporting, and financial accounting requirements (

Grants and Contracts Accounting

Indirect cost recovery accounting (

Real Estate Development Office

Property acquisition, condemnation proceedings, property disposal, Board of Regents due diligence requirements (  


National Science Foundation

Research University Surveys and reporting (

University System of Georgia Board of Regents

Facilities Inventory Data Collection (FIDC) and Projected Square Foot reporting (