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Create illustration for major California university
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The UC Davis Division of Finance, Operations and Administration provides comprehensive services to the 20,000 faculty and staff at UC Davis and its 36,000 students -- at the scale of a medium-sized city!! Our services touch every aspect of the university. Our campus is the largest of all of the University of California campuses and operates like a city with its own utilities, police & fire departments, and more. Currently, our customers don't understand what we do, how much we touch, or how critical our services are to the university.
What's your vision?
We are seeking an illustration that shows the broad scope and scale of the services that we provide in a visual way that is simple and easy to understand. I am attaching a concept drawing. I don't know that we want writing and some of our services are difficult to convey in a visual way, so we are looking forward to your creativity. You can research UC Davis and its iconic landmarks and images easily online.
The UC Davis Division of Finance, Operations and Administration operates the university much like a city, in the following ways: *Budget Office (manages and tracks all of the department budgets -- $4.6 billion enterprise) *Institutional Research and Analysis (we keep the data on the university, like enrollment, student success, employment, and more) *Financial Services (we purchase items, pay bills, reconcile bank accounts) *Human Resources (we hire the employees of the university) *Capital Projects (we oversee all building design and construction -- $2 billion capital plan) *Real Estate (we buy, sell and lease millions of square feet of space off campus, including space for community clinics) *Grounds and landscaping (we steward 5,300 acres of public garden space and serve as a model of sustainable landscaping) *Event planning (We plan and manage hundreds of conferences and events annually from business meetings to weddings) *Transportation (roads, parking, bikes – the only organization to earn most bike friendly university and most bike friendly business – nearly ¾ staff and students commute with bikes) *Facilities (we operate and maintain 12,000 buildings on campus with skilled trades to custodial) *Fleet (we own, operate and lease a fleet of cars, trucks, buses, cranes, etc. on campus) *Airport (we are the only UC campus that owns and operates an airport) *Animal Care (we provide care for more than 600,000 research animals on campus: horses, cows, mice, fish, etc.) *Utilities (we own and operate our own municipality and have one of the largest university solar farms in the U.S.) *Safety Services (we ensure all employee safety – from groundskeeper to lab researcher, we monitor all research lab safety, esp. labs that operate with dangerous chemicals) *Fire Department *Police Department
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Illustration or graphics starts at $499.
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