Capital Budgeting and reporting is a collaborative process among many Duke units including Financial Services, the Provost's Budget Office, the School of Medicine Finance & Resource Planning Office, the University and Medical Center/Health System Architect Offices, Facilities Management Engineering & Operations, Development Treasury Operations, and Plant Accounting. The primary purpose of the Capital Budget Office (CBO) is to facilitate the process of planning and financing capital projects and to keep the senior officers and Board members apprised of the resources, expenditures, and management decisions associated with the $100,000 and greater capital construction projects at the University.
American Tobacco Campus, Washington Building, Suite 850
324 Blackwell Street, Durham, NC 27701
Visitor parking at the American Tobacco Campus (ATC) is available on the first level of the North parking garage along Petttigrew St. Visitors MUST register their vehicles before leaving the parking deck or may be subject to a vehicle violation of a wheel lock on the offending vehicle.
Please see the ATC parking website regarding the process to register and park in the North Parking Deck and the fees associated with it.
To reach the Financial Services offices, exit the garage on the University Ford side (formerly Julian Carr St.). Enter through Bay 9 on the Carr St side, or through Bay 8 or 10 on the Courtyard side (the interior of the American Tobacco Campus). Both Bay 9 entrances are locked at all times. To enter, you will either need a valid Duke ID Card or to call the department you are visiting using the provided call box to gain building access.
The Bull City Connector is a fare-free, hybrid-electric bus service that connects downtown Durham with the Duke University campus and medical facilities. This also includes Durham Station, the city's transportation hub with public bus service and within walking distance of the American Tobacco Campus.