In light of the development of the Kuangfu Campus, the NCTU has established the Campus Facilities Office in July, 1975 to handle the relevant matters. The group of personnel originally under the Administration was also transferred to the Campus Facilities Office. Under the capable leadership of many chiefs and supervisors, the Campus Facilities Office has proven to be successful in its endeavors for over two decades. In principle, the main responsibilities of the Campus Facilities Office can be divided into two types of specialization: civil construction and utilities/air conditioning management. The Campus Facilities Office has several dedicated technicians in charge of these facilities and its main responsibilities are as follows:
1. Construction of new buildings and residence on campus
2. Construction of outdoor public facilities including: power, telecom, fire fighting equipment, storm drainage, sewage, water supply, gas, standpipe, road pavement, parking stalls and motorcycle sheds
3. Construction of outdoor sports facilities: various courts for ball games and sports fields
4. Overall planning: the chief of the Campus Facilities Office has always been responsible for the planning of overall middle-long term projects for the NCTU＊s Kuangfu campus.
5. Maintenance project of key equipment including: elevators, power generators, main water cooling unit for the air conditioning system, the standpipe of coolant water, air conditioning units, boiler, pump, fire fighting equipment and professional high/low voltage equipment.
6. Medium and small-scale construction and miscellaneous maintenance: such are the typical daily tasks of the Campus Facilities Office; most of these cases usually fall between the range of $100,000 to $300,000 NT.
7. Emergency response duties regarding water, electricity, gas and fire fighting during off-work hours and holidays. This is done through the ON-CALL method of contacting the relevant personnel in charge of these matters and the contractors to handle the situation immediately at the scene.
(Please refer to Emergency repairs and response )
8. Management of common and outdoor public piping system (mainly used for power and telecom).
9. Evaluation of the addition of electrical appliances in campus residence: in order to ensure the safety and integrity of the power supply system at each residence building, the addition of large electrical appliances such as air-conditioners