Project Impact Map

Have you ever asked yourself any of these questions:

  • How disrupted is a building, its users, and its assets due to project work?
  • When will a space be affected by planned project work?
  • Who is the contact person of a project in a particular space?
  • Is there upcoming project work in a space, that I can take advantage of, to do my work?

If you answered yes to any of these, there’s a tool available that you can use to find answers: the Impact Map Tool. If you have access to ID Records you can follow this link and add your password and be able to use the impact map to help plan your maintenance or repair work in concert with everything else that is going on.

Developed in response to a need to understand how much particular buildings, their assets, and space users are being impacted by project work, the Impact Map Tool can help you map out what spaces are impacted and by how much.

It can also help you identify who you can talk to if you have a question about a particular project in a building. You can view projects that are currently ongoing, as well as future projects.

Currently the Impact Map Tool displays project information from Project Services, Building Operations’ Construction Office, and Shutdowns. There are also plans to incorporate projects from other project owners such as IT, Housing, and others.

If you’d like a demonstration, or have questions, feel free to call Pearle Lundeen at 7-0723 or email her at