Facilities Development

State Building Program

​​​​​​​​​Find out more about the biennial State Building Program, including the State Building Commission and Capital Budget.​

A/E Consultant Services

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Construction Projects

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​​​​​​The Division of Facilities Development (DFD) is responsible for developing and implementing the ​​biennial State Building Program, including the biennial Capital Budget, and staffing the State Building Commission. ​The program includes the construction of new buildings, and the remodeling and renovation of existing ​facilities for all state agencies and the University of Wisconsin System. This function provides technical advice, project management, ​and field oversight of construction projects​​, as well as contracts for architecture/engineering services and construction work. DFD ​is made up of two bureaus: the Bureau of Architecture and Engineering (BAE) and the Bureau of Capital Budget and Construction Administration (BCBCA).

Administrator: Naomi De Mers​​