Efficient and sustainable management of TalTech infrastructures

Project has been launched
  1. The concept of infrastructure management and the financing model have been agreed upon (real estate; IT; teaching and learning and the research infrastructure).
  2. Infrastructures are managed efficiently and cost-effectively.
  3. Infrastructures meet the vision and are sustainable.
Project benefits

Sustainability of infrastructures and clarity of funding.

Results and deadlines
1. The occupancy of the premises on the basis of the existing premises database has been analysed in 2021, inputs for updating the premises database (Rectorate Strategy Office). 2021 (completed)
2. Classifier of premises (Real Estate Office) 2024 (partly completed)
3. Improving the data quality of the premises database (Real Estate Office). 2025 (in progress)
4. A preparatory period for the creation of a database of laboratories in collaboration with the Real Estate Office, Research Administration Office , Technology Transfer Office, the Office of Academic Affairs, IT (Information Technology Services) and Finance Office - (Rectorate Strategy Office). 2025 (partly completed)
5. Architectural vision of the campus development plan (Real Estate Office).2025
6. The database of laboratories, connection/interface with ETIS, and the database of premises – concept (input from Technology Transfer Office (EVO) and Research Administration Office (TO) Implementation Plan (RAK) projects is a prerequisite) – (Rectorate Strategy Office). 2025
7. Best practices and comparisons with benchmark universities (standards, cross-utilization practices and funding models, decisions on the need for core infrastructure). 2025
8. Selection of the funding model and, if necessary, changes for the more the sustainable management of laboratories: Update on the use of premises (2021 analysis with updated data).2025
9. Premises efficiency standards for the university (lecture halls per student, common areas per student, total area per employee/student, offices/laboratories per employee, parking spaces per student/per employee). 2025