New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation is a diverse agency with a variety of facilities. These include parks, historic sites, properties, residences, administration buildings and other supporting infrastructure. The Capital Programs Bureau within State Parks manages new construction and rehabilitation projects of these facilities.
The Capital Programs Bureau oversees planning, design, construction, repairs, maintenance and infrastructure. Administration of these responsibilities is achieved through partnerships with consultants for design services and contractors for construction projects, in addition to in-house staff.
Partnerships with design consultants are established through a qualification-based selection process. Construction contractors are selected through a competitive bid process. Here, interested parties can access many of the forms, manuals and links pertaining to the process that might be used in the course of their business with New York State Parks.
For more information on Procurement and Disbursement Guidelines visit New York State Office of the State Comptroller.
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