Hope Davis has worked on operational efficiency projects and programs at DCAMM since 1984, starting as an energy planner and progressing to other roles in the agency. She is responsible for the operations and maintenance of 13 active and 16 surplus Commonwealth properties (approximately 5.5 million square feet of space and 2,500 acres of land) and for statewide programs to improve the efficiency and management of Commonwealth assets. Her experience includes managing energy performance contracting projects for state buildings, incorporating sustainable design techniques and technologies into new construction/ major renovation projects, documenting, prioritizing and funding deferred maintenance projects, and implementing programs to extend the life cycle of state facilities.
Hope is past president of the National Association of State Facilities Administrators, and she has served on the Board of Directors of the Boston Area Sustainable Energy Association. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Tufts University and a master’s degree from Vermont Law School.