University Facilities

Washington and Lee University Facilities is a team of diverse departments that supports the mission of Washington and Lee University and is responsible for all University-owned facilities and properties. We:

  • Plan, design, build, and care for the University's buildings and grounds.
  • Clean, remove trash, repair, monitor and maintain the University's physical resources as well as oversee worker and environmental health and safety.
  • Identify and implement campus-wide energy initiatives and manage the energy that heats, cools and powers our campus.
  • Are responsible for adherence to the Campus Master Plan and space, finish, furniture, signage and landscape standards.
  • Provide support for special events, moving, storage and relocations.

Our services help foster a sense of community not only for the students who pass through here, but to the faculty and staff who work here. The Washington and Lee campus has been designated a National Historic Landmark, so we who take care of it have a special responsibility and strive to do the best job we can.

News & Announcements


Monday, March 02, 2015

Major Campus Construction Projects to Begin March 2

Construction work on the new "village" housing, natatorium and Liberty Hall playing fields is scheduled to begin March 2, requiring long-term access road and parking lot closures around Wilson, Watt and Artificial Turf fields and the Upper Tennis Courts.

Cone Zone

Thursday, May 12, 2016

Stemmons Plaza, Tucker Hall areas - Closed for Construction

Effective Friday, May 27, 2016, areas in Stemmons Plaza and around Tucker Hall will be closed for construction. 

For details and expected duration, please review the diagram at: