Office of Facility Development and Efficiency

​​​​​​​​​The Office of Facility of Development and Efficiency includes two divisions: the Division of Engineering and Contract Administration and the Division of Facility Efficiency.

The Division of Engineering and Contract Administration (DECA) 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 (DFE) is responsible for managing the Guaranteed Energy Saving Performance Contracting program. The division also operates the Commonwealth Energy Management and Control System (CEMCS) as well as a public energy dashboard at​. This award-winning energy management information system was built on four pillars:

  • Facility utility usage monitoring and reporting,
  • Electronic bill entry and approval with accounting system interface,
  • Building Automation System integration and trend history analytics,
  • Work order management and remediation project tracking.

Using large data sets, Kentucky is able to analyze and reduce energy consumption in state facilities.​

Looking for con​​struction bid opportunities and related information?

For detailed information on how to bid on capital construction projects, register to do business with the state, and view current bid opportunities; please visit the State Planroom website.