Design and Construction
The Department coordinates and oversees the design and construction of all non-highway construction projects for the Commonwealth. This includes new construction and all types of alterations and renovations to existing Commonwealth properties. Policies and procedures to procure construction are found in Part IV of the Procurement Handbook.
Capital Project Funding GuiDE
The Capital Project Funding Guide provides a brief background and then describes how funding will be re-adjusted on existing projects and allocated on new projects. Public Works personnel, Client Agencies and our outside design professionals should refer to this memo as needed to continuously monitor project budgets throughout the lifecycle of a DGS Public Works capital project.
Capital Project Funding Guide (Version 1.2 - January 3, 2018)
PUBLIC WORKS MODERNIZATION
DGS Public Works is modernizing to deliver projects more efficiently and provide exceptional service to our customers. Information related to this initiative will be posted as updates are available.
Presentation to Client Agencies - 3/7/2016 & 3/11/2016
Presentation to Client Agencies - 6/7/2016 & 6/9/2016
Capital Funded Projects
Capital projects may be funded from state-issued bond proceeds or other current revenue sources (e.g. appropriations, executive authorizations or restricted accounts). Projects are considered capital and must be authorized in a capital budget, if State bond proceeds are used and the total project is valued at $100,000 or more or current revenues are used and the total project is valued at more than $300,000.
Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FF&E)
Please click here for a list of components,
accessories, furniture, fixtures, equipment, etc., alongside the appropriate
funding stream from which those items should be purchased. This list,
while not exhaustive, will serve as the basis for purchasing approval of these
items during both the construction and post-construction phases of