Trial Court Facilities Management

This office is charged with the maintenance and ongoing upkeep of 63 state-owned courthouses.

The facilities management component of the Facilities Management and Capital Planning Department of the Trial Court is committed to maintaining a safe and dignified environment for court operations, and doing so in a manner which adopts best practices and inspires public confidence.

About Facilities Management

The Facilities Management and Capital Planning Department is within the Office of Court Management of the Massachusetts Trial Court. Facilities Management is charged with the maintenance and ongoing upkeep of 63 state-owned courthouses located in Suffolk, Middlesex, Essex, Bristol, Worcester, Plymouth, Barnstable, Franklin, Hampden, Hampshire and Berkshire counties. The organizational structure is designed to provide effective property management to ensure the delivery of quality services necessary for the efficient and reliable operation of those facilities. Facilities Management provides each facility with on-site building maintenance and supervisory staff necessary to meet day to day needs. The central office is located in the Suffolk County Courthouse in Boston.

Facilities Management consists of 400+ employees, working from within courthouses across the state to provide administrative services, operations, custodial and technical support for specialized repairs, maintenance and upkeep of buildings, grounds, building systems and equipment.

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