Baltimore Skyline

The Office of Real Estate, Planning, and Space Management (REPSM) is committed to providing capital budgeting, real estate services, space management, and long-range planning to the UMB community. Our comprehensive approach to campus planning encompasses a wide range of critical aspects, including capital budgeting through the State’s Capital Improvement Program (CIP) and the System Funded Construction Program (SFCP).

This planning also extends to capital facilities renewal and the repositioning of UMB’s physical assets. This encompasses a diverse set of activities including real estate acquisitions, dispositions, leases, and partnerships. To guide the long-term vision of the university, REPSM also engages in facilities master planning, ensuring that our physical spaces evolve in alignment with our institutional values and guiding principles.

How To

Before reaching out, please go through the following how to section to see if we can help you find an answer. 

Real Estate Sign Icon

Inquire about real estate transactions including leasing, acquisitions, dispositions, and development.
Please email the Director of REPSM and copy the Senior Planner and broadly explain the nature of the issue. You should receive a response in 1-2 business days.

Building Search Icon

Request more space for my school, unit or department
REPSM has developed a Space Request Form that space users should fill out and attach to an email request. Emails should Director of REPSM, copying the Senior Planner.

Building with Checklist Icon

Access to the campus’ space inventory system or information about campus spaces
UMB uses Archibus software to track UMB controlled spaces including their square footage, use, and assignment. The system is maintained jointly between RESPM and CITS. Requests for access to the Archibus system, or for specific space information, should be directed to the 
Senior Planner, copying the Planner I/II.

For any other question please contact the Director of REPSUM

REPSM By the Numbers


Leases Maintained



Total Rooms Inventoried



in state funding currently being requested for capital projects