Signed into law in 1990 by President George H.W. Bush, the landmark civil rights legislation increases access and opportunity for individuals with disabilities across community life, including employment.
Kiwus, who has served as Virginia Tech’s associate vice president and chief facilities officer since 2014, will focus on the care of Virginia Tech’s campuses in Blacksburg, Roanoke, and the greater Washington, D.C., metro area; research and agricultural facilities throughout the commonwealth; and the Steger Center for International Scholarship in Riva San Vitale, Switzerland.
This network of nearly 125 students, faculty, and staff from across operations, academics and research, and community representatives continues to be highly engaged in moving the revision process forward – in a fully virtual environment.
Among the ways the Virginia Tech Facilities Department is striving to preserve this physical sense of place for generations to come is through the fastidious quality and design standards it sets for all construction projects on the Blacksburg campus.
Virginia Tech and consulting partner Sasaki were recently honored with the Society for College and University Planning Excellence in Planning for an Existing Campus Merit Award for the Virginia Tech 2018 Campus Master Plan.