The Facility Operations Division maintains over 600,000 square feet of office and specialty use space encompassing major city facilities such as City Hall, the Bellevue Service Center and nine Fire Stations. The Facility Planning & Project Management Division provides design and project management services for renovations, tenant improvements, capital construction, and resource conservation projects.
- Operations: Employs a team of in-house tradespeople charged with the maintenance and repair tasks for major city facilities and the systems contained within them.
- Planning & Project Management: Employs a team of project managers who plan, coordinate, and manage construction and resource conservation projects at major city facilities. Project types include major maintenance, tenant improvements and capital improvements.
- Resource Conservation: Manages the city's resource conservation program, focused on finding ways to save money on utility bills and reduce energy and water use, as well as cut down on solid waste in the city’s municipal operations. Reducing energy use also reduces greenhouse gas emissions from city activities. The resource conservation program is part of Bellevue's Environmental Stewardship Initiative.