Unincorporated Parks & Beaches
Project Management / Facilities
Project Management & Facilities
Director of Project Management
Ph: (305) 292-4416
Fx: (305) 295-4321
1100 Simonton St.
Key West, FL 33040
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
The Project Management Department manages the contracts for the design and construction of Monroe County's new buildings, parks, and major renovations.
Facilities Master Plan
In August 2013 CGL, in association with MBI-K2M Architechs, prepared a 25-year master space and facilities plan for the various government departments and offices located in facilities throughout Monroe County. Please
click here to view the Space Planning/Facilities Assessment Report
Americans with Disabilities Act Compliance
Project Management is also responsible for studies, assessments, and evaluations, such as for the
Americans with Disabilities Act
(ADA). This law calls for the retrofitting of buildings to bring them into compliance.
The Project Management team established a transition plan and is now implementing upgrades approved by the State of Florida in the
ADA Transition Plan
to Monroe County Facilities from Mile Marker 112 to Mile Marker 0 along US1.
To give us some suggestions on our ADA Progress, please
click here and fill out this form.
Facilities Maintenance is primarily responsible for maintaining and repairing more than 100 buildings with over one million square feet, as well as a few leased buildings throughout the Keys. The department also monitors contracts for building maintenance, such as:
Air quality testing
Alarm system certification and maintenance
Elevator inspection and maintenance
Sewage treatment plant operations and maintenance
The following subdepartments come under the purview of Facilities Maintenance:
Museums - West and East Martello
Unincorporated parks and beaches
The mission of the Facilities Maintenance Department is to maintain all county buildings, grounds, constitutional offices, parks, and beaches at the highest level of quality and in the most efficient manner to provide employees, citizens, and visitors with clean, safe, and comfortable facilities.
Since 1995, Public Works has received funding from the Tourist Development Tax to offset labor and maintenance costs associatedwith county beaches and museums. T
he Tourist Development Tax has also funded various capital improvement projects at county beaches and museums.
of construction contracts by sealed bids, RFPs, and RFQs is conducted by the department to ensure we receive the best items at the best prices.
EEO and ADA Coordinator
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