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Facilities Management Division
maintenance, repair, construction, renovation
 
 
Office of the Commanding Officer
Proposition Q Construction Section
Proposition Q Renovation Section
221 N. Figueroa Street, Rm 1600
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-482-7303

Facilities Maintenance Section
Facilities Planning Section
201 N. Figueroa Blvd., Suite 280
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-482-7320

Facilities Management Division was created in 1997 when the Police Facilities Unit and the Police Facilities Construction Group were combined into one division under the Fiscal and Support Bureau. The Division is now a subsidiary of Administrative and Technical Services Bureau. Police Administrator Thom Brennan is the Commanding Officer of the Facilities Management Division. Facilities Management Division is comprised of five Sections.

The Facilities Maintenance Section is tasked with ongoing maintenance and repairs at existing police facilities. They also coordinate requests for new and modified cellular service, pagers, telephone credit cards and telecodes. This Section also coordinates space allocation and secures leased facilities and trailer space for the Department.

The new Police Headquarters Facility (PHF) and Parker Center (PAB) Renovation Section represents the Department's interests regarding the planning and construction of the 500,000 square-foot new Police Headquarters Facility. Section personnel are responsible for gathering pertinent information and coordinating user response to the design and construction teams. The Section also oversees and coordinates two major renovation projects for the existing PoliceAdministrationBuilding in an effort to provide a safer working environment for the personnel who will be assigned there during five-year construction period of the new facility.

The Facilities Planning Section is responsible for overseeing the planning and construction of MICLA, State, and Proposition 2-financed construction and renovation projects.

The Proposition Q Construction and Renovation Sections oversee all police facility projects funded by the bond measure that was approved by the voters in March 2002. The Proposition Q Public Safety Bond is a seven-year program that provides $600 million for the construction of 11 police facilities and the renovation of 12 police facilities.

Proposition Q Renovation Section - Facilities Management Division (FMD) is coordinating the Proposition Q-funded renovation of 12 Department facilities. The Department of General Services/Construction Forces is the general contractor on the project. FMD manages the project and the Bureau of Engineering provides the architectural and engineering services. [In conjunction with these programmed renovations, it should be noted that FMD is also coordinating Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)-funded seismic improvements at six Area Stations, as programmed by the Bureau of Engineering.] As of December 2004, seismic improvements at all involved Area Stations (Southwest, Wilshire, Foothill, Pacific, Hollywood, and West Los Angeles) had been completed.

Update on Facilities Management Division Project [PDF]
 
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