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Baltimore City Department of General Services

Alert:

To agencies requesting Capital projects:

Please take the time to fill out a Capital Project Request Form by downloading the document located in the toolbar on the right of this page, titled Capital Project Request Form.doc, and submit your completed request to [email protected]

Please note that all required fields (indicated by *) must be filled out before the project request will be reviewed by DGS. If the required fields are not filled out completely, the requesting agency will be notified that no action will be taken on the request until the required information is provided.

In submitting a Capital Project Request Form, please note the following:
a. A capital project is one in which the proposed work (design and construction) exceeds $50,000; and
b. Refers to all projects involving new construction, expansion, renovation, or replacement of all or part of an existing City facility or facilities. Costs that may be included for a determination of whether the project cost exceeds $50,000.00, may include the cost of land, engineering, architectural planning, and construction services needed to complete the project.
c. Projects that are for basic repairs or maintenance of a building or space within a building are not typically considered capital projects and cannot be funded as such.

If your project does not require funding that exceeds $50,000.00 or involves only repair or maintenance to an agency’s space, please redirect your request to the Facilities Maintenance Division and fill out a service request by accessing the Archibus system: http://facilities.baltimorecity.gov/archibus/login.axvw

Finally, not all Capital Project Requests will be approved. While a project may appear to be a capital project, projects that appear to satisfy (a) and (b) above may, upon further investigation, not meet the criteria for a capital project. Submitting a Capital Project Request Form does not guarantee the project will be undertaken by the Major Projects Division.

[email protected]

Download the Capital Project Request Form - Word or PDF formats

DGS Vision Statement

The Department of General Services is committed to providing healthy work environments and safe reliable vehicles for City employees by delivering high quality and cost-effective support services to City agencies who serve Baltimore’s citizens and stakeholders.

DGS Mission Statement

The Department of General Services delivers cost effective, high quality, reliable and sustainable services by managing quality facilities, ensuring efficient fleet operations, and maintain exemplary administrative customer service that support Baltimore City agencies in the advancement of their goals.

News

BRIGHT LIGHTS, BRIGHT CITY : NEW CITY HALL DOME LIGHTS WILL SAVE CITY $40,000 PER YEAR

Friday, December 18, 2015
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND December 18, 2015 – During the month of December you may notice that the lights on the Baltimore City Hall dome are off. When the lights are turned back on, just after the New Year, the dome will boast new light emitting diode (LED) bulbs. The City Hall dome is undergoing a lighting project which involves switching from 1,000 watt metal halide conventional lighting technology to the LED lights that are only 220 watts per fixture. The annual savings from this project is more than $40,000 and will have a payback of less than 2 years.

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DGS has four divisions which provide services to City agencies and residents of Baltimore:

Fleet Management

Fleet Management

The Fleet Management Division is responsible for the purchase, outfitting and maintenance of the fleet of vehicles and other equipment used by City Agencies.
Facilities Maintenance

Facilities Maintenance

Facilities Maintenance provides efficient operation, maintenance and improvement of City owned buildings.
Major Projects

Major Projects

The Major Projects Division of the Department of General Services is responsible for Design and Construction in the many buildings the City of Baltimore owns and operates.
Administration

Administration

The Administration Division is responsible for fiscal management, human resources, historic properties preservation, real estate portfolio oversight, space planning, telecommunications, information technology, and pubic communications in support of the DGS mission.

Contacts

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Steve Sharkey

Director
800 Abel Wolman Municipal Building
Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 396-3704
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Division Chiefs

Gary L. Holland, Chief of Staff
Administration Division
Abel Wolman Municipal Building
200 North Holliday Street, Suite 800
Baltimore, MD  21202
(410) 396-4362
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Robert Gibson, Chief
Fleet Management Division
The George L. Winfield Fleet Maintenance Facility
3800 E. Biddle Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21213
(410) 396-1010
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Stephen Stricklin, Chief
Facilities Maintenance Division
Abel Wolman Municipal Building
200 North Holliday Street, Suite 700
Baltimore, Maryland 21202
(410) 396-3702
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Bambi Stevens, Chief
Design & Construction /
Major Projects Division
Abel Wolman Municipal Building
200 North Holliday Street, Room 204
Baltimore, Maryland 21202
(410) 396-4600
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