The State Organization Index provides an alphabetical listing of government organizations, including commissions, departments, and bureaus.
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Elizabeth Minnis AIA, Deputy Commissioner
The Office of Planning is the strategic long-term planning and development office within the Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM). It initiates and manages all pre-design activities for state building projects and public development initiatives. In fulfilling this function, the Planning teams work closely with the institutional leadership of our client agencies and other elected and appointed officials, stakeholder groups and collaborative partners to prepare architectural programs, master plans, agency capital development plans, feasibility studies and budget and spending proposals.
We work closely with the Secretariats to set priorities for investment, based on their strategic goals, balancing the needs for repairs, renovations and new construction while staying within the State’s financial means. Our primary goals include:
Jay Mitchell, Deputy Commissioner
Design and Construction services include final design and construction activities for all state building projects. OPDC oversees new construction and major renovation projects including courthouses, correctional facilities, health and human service facilities, recreational facilities, state office buildings, and state and community college buildings. Other projects include preventive maintenance and emergency repairs, energy conservation and other efficiency improvements, environmental assessment and site remediation, and building improvements needed to meet accessibility requirements and fire, health and safety code compliance. Construction services provided by OPDC include: