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Capital Projects Coordinator

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County of Solano Published: 08/29/2017
Fairfield, CA
Job Type
Years of Experience
2-5 Years


Capital Projects Management Division

The Department of General Services assists County departments in achieving their public service mission by providing essential support services through creative, innovative, and sensible business solutions. General Services fosters a collaborative, customer service-oriented culture that strives for continuous improvement.

The Capital Projects Management (CPM) Division is responsible for managing real estate development and building/improvement projects that house County programs and services using a wide variety of project delivery methods for:

  • New Construction and Additions
  • Alterations and Renovations
  • Building Systems Upgrades
  • Environmental Monitoring/Remediation
  • Furnishing, Fixtures, and Equipment Modifications

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This Capital Projects Coordinator delivers capital improvement projects including new construction, renovations/additions, space planning, and office remodels:

  1. Plans, organizes and, coordinates most aspects of routine capital projects for County facilities participating in the program design, planning and assessment;
  2. Prepares bid notices and reviews and evaluates construction bids; and
  3. Monitors projects to assure conformance with plans, specifications and completion schedules.



Education:  High School Diploma, GED, or equivalent;


Experience:  Two years of full-time paid experience in an architectural, engineering, real estate property management/development, or managing construction projects with responsibility for cost recommendations, contract administration and quality control.

Note:  An AA degree or higher  from an accredited college with a major in Architecture, Engineering, Construction Management, Real Estate, Business Administration, Public Administration or a closely related field may be considered in the rating or selection process.

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