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Capital Planning and Space Management announces new positions and staff

April Lanningham will be rejoining the Capital Planning and Space Management team as a Space Planning Analyst on Jan. 30, 2023. In her new role, Lanningham will be responsible for space studies, analyses and planning of space reconfigurations and renovations in support of moves and increased space utilization. In addition, she will support Architectural and Engineering Services by managing interior design renovation projects, selecting and specifying finish materials for projects, coordinating the layouts, selection, ordering and installation of furniture, and will be integral in the creation of interior finish guidelines.

Capital Planning and Space Management also announced that Casey Martin has taken on additional duties and is now the Space Data Manager. In this new expanded role, Martin is the primary contact person for the university’s specialty space management database and is responsible for the classification, auditing and reporting of all campus space information. He will ensure all campus spaces are accurately coded by department/division, function, occupant, building, floor, etc. In addition, he now oversees the management, creation, editing and publishing of all building reference drawings, and establishes room numbering standards.