Facilities Development and Management

The Division of Facilities Development and Division of Facilities Management were recently merged into one organization. The Division of Facilities Development and Management (DFDM) is responsible for the State Building Program for all state agencies and the University of Wisconsin System; and for building management, maintenance, and tenant occupancy services for 30 DOA State office buildings including the State Capitol and Executive Residence.
 
Facilities Development (formerly DFD) is responsible for staffing the State Building Commission and developing and implementing the biennial State Building Program. The program includes the construction of new buildings and the remodeling, renovation, and maintenance 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.

Facilities Management (formerly DFM) is responsible for building management, maintenance, and tenant occupancy services for 30 State office buildings, including the State Capitol and Executive Residence. This totals approximately 4 million square feet of space throughout the state.  In addition, this function is responsible for the enterprise real estate program which includes the sale, lease or purchase of state buildings and land for state agencies and attached boards.