Office of Facility Development and Efficiency

Two divisions are within the Office of Facility of Development and Efficiency -- the Division of Engineering and Contract Administration and the Division of Facility Efficiency. The Division of Engineering and Contract Administration provides technical engineering assistance to state agencies, reviews design and detail specifications, and acts as a liaison between the Department for Facilities and Support Services and other agencies on new construction projects and major maintenance projects. The Division of Facility Efficiency is responsible for managing the Guaranteed Energy Saving Performance Contracting program. The division also houses the Commonwealth Energy Management and Control System (CEMCS). The CEMCS program is an enterprise software platform, which is used to track and report energy consumption and cost, pay bills, and provide analysis tools for building automation system trend point data. The program goals are to reduce energy usage and cost throughout the state, as well as improve the comfort and operations within a facility.

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