08/29/2002

Buildings Census: Government Agencies

 

Facilities/support departments in local, county, state, and federal government agencies


Headquarters/Pacific Air Forces (1,029)
Hickam Air Force Base, HI

(808) 449-2490

www2hickam.af.mil

 

Pacific Air Forces serves approximately 45,000 military and civilian personnel in nine major locations. At PACAF/CE, number of professionals involved full-time in facilities*: 2,000. 100 Office Buildings*: 1 billion square feet. 15 Educational Buildings*: 1 million square feet. Nine Healthcare Buildings*: 1 million square feet. 15 Hotel/Motel Buildings*: 2 million square feet. 500 Multi-family Housing Buildings*: 25 million square feet. Presently, 50 new construction and 250 modernization projects are under way.


General Services Admin. (335)
Public Buildings Service

Washington, D.C.

(201) 501-0800

www.gsa.gov

 

1,700 government-owned buildings and properties and 6,200 privately owned leased buildings: 335 million square feet. Annual budget of approximately $16 billion. Employs 14,000 professionals, responsible for Federal buildings, courthouses, laboratories, and border stations (workspace for nearly 1.1 million Federal employees). Benchmarking, performance, and greening initiatives are integral.###


Chicago Housing Authority (50)
Chicago, IL

(312) 742-6000

www.thecha.org

 

2,300 Multi-Family Housing Buildings*: 50 million square feet. Dollar volume of spending in 2002 devoted toward facilities*: $350 million in Capital expenditures; $150 million in Operational expenditures. Projects under way and completed in 2002*: 4 million square feet in Modernization. Under local leadership for three years.


Texas Department of Criminal Justice (14.8)
Huntsville, TX

(936) 295-6371

www.tdcj.state.tx.us

 

2,900-plus Government Buildings*: 14.8 million. Dollar volume of spending in 2002 devoted toward facilities*: Capital, $8 million; Operational, $65 million. Projects under way/completed in 2002*: New Construction, valued at $2.3 million; Modernization, valued at $10 million. The Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) operates state prisons, state jails, parole, and provides funding and certain oversight of community supervision (previously known as adult probation).


Milwaukee County (WI) (12.65)
Milwaukee, WI

(414) 278-4835

http://204.194/250.11

 

826 Government Buildings*: 12.65 million square feet. The Department of Public Works is responsible for maintaining and managing Milwaukee County’s capital improvement projects; transportation infrastructure and systems; associated equipment; and its public, general, and specialized-use facilities and structures.


Texas Dept. of Mental Health and Mental Retardation (10.5)
Austin, TX

(512) 454-3761

www.mhmr.state.tx.us

 

1,500 Government Buildings*: 10.5 million square feet. Number of Professionals involved full-time in facilities*: 10. Modernization projects under way/completed in 2002*: 1 million square feet. Dollar volume of spending devoted in 2002 toward facilities*: Capital, $10 million; Operational, $20 million. Annually serving about 175,000 Texas with mental illness of mental retardation, TDMHMR’s services include 24-hour care and community-based services and support.


Miami-Dade County (FL) Govt. (9)
Miami, FL

(305) 468-5900

www.miamidade.gov

 

405 Government Buildings*: 8 million to 9 million square feet. Number of Professionals involved full-time in facilities*: 30. Projects under way/completed in 2002*: New Construction, 6; Modernization, 160. Miami-Dade is comprised of a large unincorporated area and 30 incorporated areas or municipalities. Each municipality has its own government and provides such city-type services as police and zoning protection.


Tennessee Valley Authority (8.5)

Knoxville, TN

(865) 632-2101

www.tva.gov

 

Approximately 1,200 Government Buildings*: Approximately 8.5 million square feet. Number of Professionals involved full-time in facilities*: Approximately 50. TVA is America’s largest public power company, with power facilities that include 11 fossil plants, 29 hydroelectric dams, three nuclear plants, four combustion-turbine plants, a pumped-storage facility, etc.


City of Minneapolis (MN) (7)
Minneapolis, MN

(612) 673-2100

www.ci.mpls.mn.us

 

Government Buildings*: 7 million square feet. Number of Professionals involved full-time in facilities*: 6. Dollar volume of spending in 2002 devoted toward facilities*: Capital, $15 million; Operational, $25 million. The City of Minneapolis government serves a population of 382,618 people (2000 U.S. Census statistics).


State of Connecticut DPW (4)
Hartford, CT

(860) 713-5800

www.state.ct.us/dpw

 

(Following figures do not include higher education buildings.) 58 Government Buildings*: 4 million square feet. Number of Professionals involved full-time in facilities*: 125. Dollar volume of spending in 2002 devoted toward facilities*: Capital, $500 million (includes some higher education); Operational, $6 million to $7 million. Projects under way/completed in 2002*: New Construction, 350,000 square feet; Modernization, 350,000 square feet.


Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (3.6)

New York, NY

(212) 435-7000

www.panynj.gov

 

100 Office Buildings*: 2 million square feet. 15 Government Buildings*: 600,000 square feet. 30 Industrial Buildings*: 1 million square feet. Number of Professionals involved full-time in facilities*: 6,000. Dollar volume of spending in 2002 devoted toward facilities*: Capital, $4 billion; Operational, $3 billion. Projects under way/completed in 2002*: New Construction, 200,000 square feet; Modernization, 500,000 square feet. The Port Authority’s mission: To identify and meet the critical transportation infrastructure needs of the bi-state region’s businesses, residents, and visitors: providing the highest quality, most efficient transportation and port commerce facilities and services that move people and goods within the region, provide access to the rest of the nation and to the world, and strengthen the economic competitiveness of the New York-New Jersey metropolitan region.

* Indicates statistics received from company, based on Buildings’ Who’s Who questionnaire. In cases where information was not supplied in response to Buildings’ Who’s Who questionnaire, information was derived from public information: 10K reports; websites, both by specific company and industry related; and other published materials.

### Reports for GSA in Atlanta (37.7 million square feet); New York State GSA in Albany (17 million square feet); Iowa GSA in Des Moines (10.8 million square feet); and Vermont Buildings and General Services in Montpelier (3.5 million square feet) were also received in response to Buildings’ questionnaire.

 

 
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