At Colorado State University the health and safety of our students, faculty and staff is paramount as well as securing sensitive research and utilities. With this in mind our building floorplans and record documentation are not available to the public. Building floorplans and record documentation will only be provided upon approved request with a demonstrated business case.

If you’re a member of the CSU community and you have a NETID, a limited set of building floorplans are available to you, please click on the button below.

If you do not have a NETID, please submit the form below and one of our associates will be in contact with you regarding your request.

The Role of Drawing Management at Facilities

Interior spaces are vital to the functions of the University. Information associated with our buildings is gathered by our team utilizing traditional and advanced methods to ensure floorplans and the information within are accurate. The data collected is incorporated into an as-built floorplan that is utilized by Emergency Response Teams, Environmental Health and Safety, Architects, Designers, Project Managers, etc. Drawing Management is also responsible for maintaining electronic archives (Record Documents) of past projects to assist with the daily maintenance of the University. The archives include but are not limited to, record drawings, operation & maintenance records, warranties, and specifications.

· Drawing Management updates and maintains AutoCAD floor plans for all university owned properties. For leased property please contact STRATA

· As a part of our campus safety plan, we do not under any circumstance distribute any housing related documents to students.  Please contact Housing and Dining Services if you have any question