Associate Director's Welcome
Our mission is to create and manage a physical environment that promotes learning, research, and public service at The University of Texas at Austin through our core values of service, integrity, teamwork, excellence and stewardship. Landscape and Integrated Building Services is comprised of the following branches and work units:
Building Logistics and Keys
- Landscape Services Overview
- Landscape Design and Installation
- Irrigation & Water Conservation
- Pest Control
- Urban Forestry
- Memorial Trees Map
- Pollinator Program
We are committed to the university’s goal to significantly reduce waste on campus through our Resource Recovery branch's Zero Waste Program.
The University of Texas at Austin Landscape & Integrated Building Services brings together a unique group of employees who have received numerous awards from a broad spectrum of associations and groups. We are responsible for approximately 19 million gross square feet of building space at the university, and serve the 427-acre Main Campus, 476-acre J.J. Pickle Research Campus, 445-acre Brackenridge Tract, 96-acre Montopolis Research Center, and several other satellite sites. We welcome you to learn more about our organization.
|Quick Stats 2021|
|Campus Landscape Acreage:||1,444 acres|
|Keys Distributed per year:||20,000|
|Waste Diversion Rate:||42%|