Office of the Chief Architect
The Office of the Chief Architect is responsible for providing national leadership and policy direction in the areas of architecture, engineering, urban development, construction services, and project management. The Office also has programs in design and fine arts, historic preservation, border stations, and courthouses.
The office is also responsible for interagency relations and national professional organization liaisons in the aforementioned disciplines. Additionally, it is responsible for developing standards of excellence for the planning and construction phases of capital projects.
It is also accountable for facilitating Project Office success by providing the necessary support and training to the regions. Office success is measured by the delivery of on-time, on-budget projects that meet internal, external, and regulated specifications for construction planning, design, and implementation.
This Office includes the following Centers/Divisions:
Last Reviewed 9/11/2008