Facilities Planning

Welcome to the Facilities Planning website!

 

ENGINEERING POSITIONS AVAILABLE

  • The New York State Education Department’s Office of Education Policy is seeking candidates for two Assistant Engineer (Mechanical) positions in the Office of Facilities Planning.  Please see this link for information about these positions. (08/15/19)

LETTER OF INTENT FORMS WORKBOOK UPDATED

  • The SED Letter of Intent (LOI) Forms Workbook has been updated to provide individual forms for leased space and discovered buildings (formerly a combined form).  Please use the new forms when requesting project numbers.  The new LOI workbook can be found on this web page. (08/12/19)

SED PROJECT MANAGER ASSIGNMENTS UPDATED

  • Joshua Staples joined our office on July 8th as an Associate in School Business Management.  Josh started with NYSED in 2013, and prior to coming to the Office of Facilities Planning, worked in the Rate Setting Unit and the Office of State Aid.
  • Updated SED Project Manager assignments can be found on this web page. (08/07/19)

2020 LEAD TESTING IN SCHOOL DRINKING WATER

MERCURY-CONTAINING FLOORING

2019 AHERA TRIENNIAL RE-INSPECTION

THIRD-PARTY VENDOR REVIEW OF PROJECT SUBMISSIONS

  • The Office of Facilities Planning in conjunction with CiTi BOCES (the Center for Instruction, Technology and Innovation/Oswego BOCES) is pleased to continue to be able to offer the option of outsourcing of eligible capital project submissions to Third-Party Vendors through 2019.
  • Districts will continue to choose whether their projects will receive review by NYSED staff, or whether they wish to have their projects reviewed for an additional fee by Third-Party Vendors retained by CiTi BOCES.
  • Certain Engergy Performance Contract (EPC) projects are now eligible for third-party review.
  • More information about the third-party project review process and how to request a third-party review for your project submission.

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Our mission is to ensure safe, healthy, comfortable, and acceptable educational facilities which promote effective and efficient learning for all New York students regardless of where they live.

We will accomplish our mission by establishing clear expectations and standards for school facilities. We will work with parents, teachers, administrators, designers, facility directors, contractors and the community to set in motion mechanisms for school improvement statewide.

Last Updated: August 21, 2019