Design and Construction
The Division of Public Works (DPW) oversees state-wide facilities management and construction in the various aspects of building, remodeling, maintaining, and leasing state buildings. Additional services such as security and grounds and building maintenance, are also offered within the Capitol Mall. The Permanent Building Fund Advisory Council may pay all or part of the costs for qualifying construction projects. These funds can be used for construction projects involving new or existing buildings. (Click here to see Idaho Code 67-5710.)
Agencies may submit annual requests for Permanent Building Funds (following the budget cycle using our forms (or the State Board of Education forms [SBOE Agencies]) along with their annual 5-year facilities plan. Agencies may also use Delegated Projects, Maintenance, and Service Contracts as allowed by Idaho Code and Permanent Building Fund Advisory Council Policies.
Notice to Vendors Contracting for Services:
Idaho's Governor has issued an Executive Order 2009-10 that requires contracts for services performed in the State of Idaho are with businesses that employ individuals who are eligible under Federal and State law to work in the United States. The Division of Public Works is developing procedures to assure that this requirement is met.
DPW: Design & Construction is involved with building new state buildings and with maintaining or remodeling existing state buildings for various agencies.
- Construction Projects: Open Bid Advertisements and Results
- Design-Consultant Professional Services: Open RFQs and Results
- Instructions for Architects and Engineers
- Performance Contracting Program
- Construction Project Forms
DPW conducted an Informational Workshop for Agencies in April and May 2011. Click Here to view the Powerpoint.
Roofing Warranty Program
DPW:Roofing Program maintains the roofing warranty program.
Click here for more information.
DPW: Facilities Leasing negotiates and approves all facility leases (including renewals, expansions, and modifications) for state agencies.
Click here to view the facility leasing page.
- State Agencies:
Review information about Leasing a Building
- Individuals or businesses with property for lease:
Review information about Leasing to the State