Below are links to UACPD's Guidelines and Standards
These include a variety of document types for use by Design Consultants, Contractors, and SU Project Managers in project planning and design. These documents describe standard elements, materials, colors, layouts and typical conditions, helping Design Teams integrate a project design successfully into its Campus context.
Please observe the following notes regarding UA/CPD Guidelines and Standards:
The intent of the available documents is to disseminate information pertaining to most typical conditions. Review and approval by University Architect / Campus Planning and Design Office (UA/CPD) remains required on all projects.
- Documents are subject to constant revision and interpretation. If conflicts are discovered in the course of using these standards, bring them to the attention of the UA/CPD.
- If project conditions warrant modifications to the standards they should be identified and submitted for review and approval by the UA/CPD.
- Architects, design consultants, contractors and construction managers engaged by Stanford University shall be fully responsible for their designs and construction, regardless of the extent to which the UA/CPD Standard Details are used or followed in the project, and regardless of acceptance of design or construction documents by Stanford University or its personnel.
- Consultants are responsible for identification and compliance with all current codes and regulations.
UACPD Guidelines and Standards are separate and distinct from Stanford Facilities Design Guidelines (FDG). All parties involved in Stanford projects should be familiar with the functional details and distinctions between these document sets.
SU FDG documents, managed by LBRE Maps and Records, are primarily for use by Contractors and Consultants in developing Contract Documents for successful project execution. FDG documents include standard construction details, specifications, and prescriptive guidelines that are specific to Stanford. See http://maps.stanford.edu/fdg_main