Project Management Office

The Project Management Office provides comprehensive project management and technical services for the construction of county facilities projects.  Projects can range in value from $1,000 to over $300 million and include construction of new county facilities such as health care facilities, sheriff and fire stations, libraries, and animal shelters as well as infrastructure, building renovations, and additions.

The Project Management Office also manages Redevelopment projects, which revitalize “blighted” community areas by utilizing tax increment and bond proceeds to finance public improvement projects. Redevelopment projects include libraries, youth and senior centers, fire stations, road improvements, storm drain and sewer improvements as well as community parks.

For larger capital projects, project managers typically oversee projects from the development of the initial concept through the final acceptance of construction.  Services include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Project development;
  • Project management;
  • Environmental compliance;
  • Facility enhancements and restorations;
  • Design and specification development;
  • Public works bidding process;
  • Construction management; and
  • Plan check and construction inspection.

The Project Management Office provides comprehensive project management and technical services for the construction of county facilities projects.  Projects can range in value from $1,000 to over $300 million and include construction of new county facilities such as health care facilities, sheriff and fire stations, libraries, and animal shelters as well as infrastructure, building renovations, and additions.

The Project Management Office also manages Redevelopment projects, which revitalize “blighted” community areas by utilizing tax increment and bond proceeds to finance public improvement projects. Redevelopment projects include libraries, youth and senior centers, fire stations, road improvements, storm drain and sewer improvements as well as community parks.

For larger capital projects, project managers typically oversee projects from the development of the initial concept through the final acceptance of construction.  Services include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Project development;
  • Project management;
  • Environmental compliance;
  • Facility enhancements and restorations;
  • Design and specification development;
  • Public works bidding process;
  • Construction management; and
  • Plan check and construction inspection.
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