Space Planning and Utilization
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Kathy Johnson
Director (ext. 2796)

Kathy holds a Bachelor's Degree from the University of Phoenix in Business Management and a Master's Degree from California State University, Fresno in Public Administration.  Prior to coming to the University of Memphis, she worked over 20 years in Facilities Management at California State University, Fresno starting out in their budget department and serving in several capacities before finally becoming the Associate Director of Planning and Administration.

Kathy's role in the Office of Space Planning includes continuous analysis of space use and types toward effectively assisting the university with space programming and planning for both current and future space needs.  Additionally, she is responsible for the maintenance and reporting requirements associated with the Physical Facilities Inventory (PFI) database.

Laura Mooney
Space Analyst (ext. 2546)

Laura is the newest member of the Space Planning and Utilization office. She holds an Associate Degree in Interior Design and an Associate Degree in Architectural Technology. Laura is pursuing her Bachelors Degree here at the University of Memphis. Laura is a State of  Tennessee registered Interior Designer and also a LEED AP (leadership in energy and environmental design accredited professional). Before coming to the University, Laura worked on various commercial and residential projects as both a project manager and designer.

Laura's responsibilities for the University include, space programming and planning using AutoCAD and Archibus software, space studies for departments and discussing her findings and suggestions with University clients.

Robert Taylor, Jr.
Space Planning & Utilization Graduate Assistant (ext. 4728)

Robert is a graduate student in the Department of Architecture at The University of Memphis. He received his undergraduate degree from Tennessee State University. Robert graduated in the fall of 2009 with a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering. Robert engages in volunteer work, regionally and internationally. As a graduate assistant, Robert completes field surveys and assists with updating data in programs such as Archibus, Excel, and AutoCAD.

Office of Space Planning and Utilization
382 Administration Building
Memphis, TN 38152-3370
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