University of Massachusetts Building Authority

We Build UMass

The University of Massachusetts Building Authority (UMBA) is a distinct, public organization established by the Massachusetts Legislature in 1960, generally to construct facilities on the University of Massachusetts campuses.

In order to construct facilities, the Authority may borrow funds by issuing bonds.  The University has pledged to pay the principal and interest on the bonds issued by the Authority over the life of the bonds.  The Authority is also responsible for engaging architects, engineers and construction firms to design and build the facilities.  After the facilities are completed, they are used and maintained by the University while the Authority usually maintains ownership of such facilities.

By statute, the Authority has eleven members, appointed by the Governor, who oversee the activity of the Authority. Five of these members are also Trustees of the University of Massachusetts. Two of the six non-trustee Members must be graduates of the University.

Solicitations

UMass Amherst
Addendum 1 RFQ for Construction Manager Flint Hall Renovation
Construction Management: RFQ
No Specific Campus
RFP for General Legal Services
Legal Services: RFP
UMass Amherst
Addendum 2 for Furniture Bid Documents Goodell Hall Renovation
Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment: Addendum
UMass Amherst
Construction Manager RFQ for Flint Hall Renovation
Trade Contractor: RFQ
UMass Amherst
Trade Contractor RFQ for Sustainable Engineering Laboratories (SEL)
Trade Contractor: RFQ

Upcoming Meetings

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