About Us

Division of Facilities Construction and Management

DFCM provides professional services to assist State entities in meeting their facility needs for the benefit of the public.

The Utah Division of Facilities Construction and Management (DFCM) was established in 1981. DFCM is comprised of 190 full-time employees across the State who maintain state-owned buildings, manage construction projects, inspect buildings, facilitate real estate acquisitions and manage leases, and provide a range of other support services for facilities and construction management. DFCM has jurisdiction over 3,785 buildings across the State. These include state agency buildings; all of higher education which includes universities, community colleges, and technology colleges; and the Utah State Fair Park. These buildings have a combined estimated worth of over 12 billion dollars.


DFCM is responsible for all aspects of construction and on-going maintenance of state buildings. DFCM develops recommendations for capital development projects and oversees the allocation of capital improvement funds. DFCM oversees all non-higher education and non-judicial branch leases. DFCM controls the allocation of State-owned space.


DFCM Structure

Check out DFCM's org chart for a quick overview of our organizational structure. Get insights into key roles and relationships that support our Division’s success.

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Find out more about what awards DFCM projects have won over the years.

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5 Year Program

Learn more about the 5-Year plan for upcoming projects.

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Service Plan

Quickly see what services DFCM provides and how we plan to roll them out over this fiscal year.

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For the Public

Find information that is for the public release. Recent DFCM presentations can also be found here.

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