State Buildings

State Buildings Programs establishes policies and procedures and provides statutory oversight of the state's capital construction process (including controlled maintenance) at each state agency and institution of higher education. This process includes solicitation and procurement of professional design and construction services; development of standard contract language; establishment of project management guidelines including cost management; adoption and implementation of building codes and compliance requirements; and administration of the controlled maintenance program. This controlled maintenance program involves the establishment of a statewide system to annually measure and report to the Office of State Planning and Budgeting (OSPB) and the Capital Development Committee (CDC) of the General Assembly concerning the condition of state-owned facilities and recommending the statewide prioritized list of controlled maintenance project needs.
 

Capitol Complex Master Plan is a study of the buildings and grounds owned by the Department of Administration & Personnel (DPA) and managed by Capitol Complex Facilities (CCF)  and its resulting recommendations will assist with facilities planning, maintenance and funding decisions through its extensive evaluation of agency needs, building conditions and urban design issues.


Resources
Departments and Institutions of Higher Education Contacts

Annual Meetings of the OSA staff and agency facility managers, directors, and other state construction associated individuals.
 

Employee Contact List, State Buildings

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