Real Estate and Asset Management
About the Department
The Department of Real Estate and Asset Management is responsible for the maintenance of county facilities and grounds, maintenance and repair services for county vehicle fleet and asset management; acquiring, leasing, managing and disposing of county property along with ensuring compliance with landfill closure requirements.
The scope of services consists of the following:
- Provide operations and maintenance services to 280+ buildings consisting of over 5 million square feet
- Provide preventive maintenance/repair services for 1,300 cars, trucks and heavy equipment
- Provide fuel for approximately 2,100 vehicles and other pieces of light and heavy equipment
- Coordinate matters related to real estate transactions and management of real property assets
- Maintain 740 acres of grounds across 138 sites
We are measuring the Department's ability to produce and document sufficient cost savings measures in order to quantify the value the Department brings to the procurement process. Cost savings can be defined as the aggregate amount of money saved by reducing costs from one year to the next.
An Invitation to Bid (ITB) is a formal solicitation for goods or services valued at $50,000 or more.
We are measuring the length of time it takes from the issuance of the RFP up to the agenda item being presented to the Board of Commissioners for approval.
We are measuring the length of time it takes from the issuance of the E-Quote up to the Purchase Order is processed.
The Real Estate and Asset Management department uses the department's own form of survey using an individual software called Maximo. The survey targets internal customers who received services from the department. The survey is ongoing and the number of participants vary.
We are measuring the satisfaction of training workshops provided to the business community.