CAPITAL FACILITIES DEVELOPMENT
Capital Facilities Division
The Capital Facilities Division (CFD) is responsible for the Estimating and Design and Construction Management
activities for the Facilities Management Department. The Division is led by the Capital Facilities Division Manager
and is made up of Project Managers with backgrounds in Architecture, Engineering, and Construction Management.
The Capital Facilities Division oversees the scoping, detailed design and construction of approximately 200 projects per fiscal year.
In addition, CFD’s Estimating staff develops over 300 turnkey conceptual project budget estimates on a yearly basis.
The Group takes the lead in the development of the annual Major Maintenance Program, the Capital Improvement Program,
and the Five-year Facility Project Plan. Typical examples of projects include remodels, renovations, and upgrades to building systems and equipment.
Construction projects are executed using a number of delivery methods including Job Order Contracting, Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR), and Design Bid Build.
The Planning Division is responsible for providing Master Planning, and conceptual design services for the Facilities Management Department.
The Planning Division staff report to the Planning Division Manager and consists of Planners, Technicians,
and Inventory Specialists. The Planners perform and manage Facility Master Plans, space plans, and furniture layouts; Building Condition Assessments;
and meet up front with project stakeholders to determine long term needs and develop conceptual programs and layouts. The Group is responsible
for the Asset Inventory Management (AIM) program for reuse of systems furniture as well as coordinating new furniture procurements and move management.