Gordian’s Higher Education Facilities Database

Gordian’s Higher Education Facilities Database

Every year, Gordian publishes the State of Facilities in Higher Education, an in-depth analysis of space demands, enrollment trends and spending patterns that provide insights into the current higher education landscape and threats looming over campuses from coast to coast. We produce this annual report using the largest verified higher education facilities database in North America, covering about 300 colleges and universities. We have data on over 52,000 campus buildings  ̶   a total of 1.5 billion gross square feet of space  ̶   and we’re tracking more than $14 billion in capital and operating budgets.

The latest edition of the State of Facilities in Higher Education is available on March 24. Want a sneak preview? Register for this webinar, presented in partnership with APPA.

We gather this info by pounding the pavement and poring over the facts and figures. Each year our team collects and assembles a holistic facilities dataset including information on building age, deferred renewal needs, space utilization, staffing coverage, energy consumption, operating budgets, capital spending and more that our clients use to assess exposures, opportunities and priorities. All told, our higher education facilities database produces over 150 standard benchmarks and performance metrics that enable action towards institutional goals and ensure continuous facilities improvement.

This unmatched trove of data and unique industry expertise fuels Gordian’s State of Facilities in Higher Education. Get your copy of the latest report on March 24, 2022.

About Gordian

Gordian is the leader in facility and construction cost data, software and services for all phases of the building lifecycle. A pioneer of Job Order Contracting, Gordian’s solutions also include proprietary RSMeans data construction costs and Facility Intelligence Solutions. From planning to design, to procurement, construction and operations, Gordian’s solutions help clients maximize efficiency, optimize cost savings and increase building quality.