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Welcome to Facilities Services
MISSION
To work cooperatively through a unified teamwork approach toward community involvement, planning, construction, evaluation, maintenance, and funding concerning the physical properties entrusted to the Oregon Department of Corrections.

VISION
We produce physical facilities that provide functional work environments for employees and physically secure environments for offenders with the focus on promoting public safety.
 
We see Facilities Services recognized as the department's leader in project management and community involvement.
 
We acknowlede our customers as the people of Oregon and they are the reason our jobs exist.
 
We empower staff to perform and participate in the collective effort with the knowledge of their involvement in Facilities Services' success.
 
We seek each other's ideas when trying to solve problems and improve services.
 
We are contributors to the team approach and we share in the outcomes of the organization.

CORE VALUES
We Value
  • Responsibility 

  • Communication 

  • Positive Results 

  • Pro-Activity 

  • Mutual Respect 

  • Constructive Change 

  • Participation

What We Do
Facilities Services Section is responsible for establishing and maintaining working relationships with various governmental partners and for carrying out the various policy development and technical responsibilities necessary for the Department to create and maintain facilities with capacity for appropriate program delivery.
 
The technical responsibilities of Facilities Services include planning assistance for New Construction, upgrading and maintaining existing correctional facilities, developing policies regarding code compliance and other facility issues, while ensuring that correctional environments are appropriate for delivery of programs in compliance with federal and state statute and case law.
 
Facilities Services supports established correctional institutions by initiating and maintaining local government and public involvement throughout the life of correctional facilities, advising Department leadership on property and facility management issues, advising Department leadership on pertinent land use issues, and managing the portfolio of leased and owned facilities for the Department.

Report & Evaluate Planned Annual Institution Repairs (R.E.P.A.I.R.)
Facilities Services is tasked with primary responsibility for administering the REPAIR Program to assist the institutions in maintaining our facilities.  Facilities Services staff, in conjunction with the REPAIR Project Review Advisory Committee, will work directly with all institutions to identify needed projects and to provide assistance in implementation.  Facilities Services shall be responsible to report REPAIR Program progress and to prepare Departmental REPAIR Program funding requests and funding allocations to continue the program from one biennium to another.  Institutions shall use the REPAIR Program to implement deferred maintenance, special needs projects, and repair and renovation projects using REPAIR program procedures.  The REPAIR Program is structured on the premise that routine preventative maintenance is performed at the institution level and that all capital repair/replacement, deferred maintenance, and special needs projects be reviewed and approved by the REPAIR Project Advisory Committee.

Program Objectives
The objectives of the REPAIR Program are:
 
1. To identify, quantify, and prioritize according to urgency of need deferred maintenance, capital   repair/replacement projects, and special needs projects.
 
2. To coordinate activities of the REPAIR Project Advisory Committee consisting of representatives from Facilities Services and designated representatives from each institution.  Each institution shall have equal voice.
 
3. To focus attention on maintenance, health and safety, environmental protection, energy conservation, ADA accommodations, and facility improvement needs.
 
4. To expedite completion of deferred routine/preventative maintenance, capital repairs/replacement, and special needs projects.
 
5. To allocate REPAIR Program project funding based on priority need.
 
6. To manage the program within policies and priorities established by Executive staff.
 
7. To maintain accountability for completion of projects and expenditure of funds.

LINKS

Staff Contact
REPAIR Manual
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