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Maryland Manual, 1973-74
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with the development of technical detail in the preparation of the
Capital Improvement Program, and collects and maintains a file of
plats and surveys of the location of all state-owned property.
The Construction Supervision and Inspection Division maintains
representation on all major projects to insure adherence to estab-
lished standards and specifications. In addition, all fire losses and
casualty claims are handled through this Division.
The Division of Plant Management is responsible for directing the
functions of Annapolis and Baltimore Public Buildings and Grounds,
and the continuing study of maintenance programs for all State
The Public School Construction Division reviews and approves con-
sulting architects' and engineer's plans and specifications for public
school buildings throughout the State.
Appropriations 1973 1974
General Funds ............ $1,350,315 $1,364,330
Special Funds ............ 195,097
Total .............. $1,350,315 $1,559,427
Staff: 1973, 90; Staff: 1974, 94.
Francis V. Sharpe, Superintendent
John F. Sikorski, Assistant Superintendent
Central Service Building ......................Telephone: 267-5611
29 St. John Street, Annapolis 21404 Nights and Holidays: 267-5411
The Office of Annapolis Public Buildings and Grounds was created
by Chapter 97, Acts of 1970, as part of the Department of General
Services, replacing the Office of Superintendent of Public Buildings
and Grounds, which was established by Chapter 15, Acts of 1862. The
Superintendent is in charge of the operation, maintenance and pro-
tection of the following State-owned buildings: Government House,
the State House, Old Treasury Building, Courts of Appeal, Hall of
Records, Treasury Building, Senate Office Building, Treasury Build-
ing Annex, Stokes Building, Shaw House, the Income Tax Building,
Central Services Building, which houses the Power Plant, Tawes State
Office Building, Jeffrey Building, House of Delegates Building and
State Police Barrack and Garage. He is also responsible for the
several buildings which are leased by the State. The Secretary is
appointed by the Secretary and serves under the merit system (Code
1957, 1971 Repl. Vol., Art. 41, sees. 133-138).
Appropriations 1973 1974
General Funds ............ $2,416,968 $2,504,454
Reimbursable Funds ...... 66,445 84 796
Totals ............. $2,483,413 $2,589,250
Staff: 1973, 178; Staff: 1974, 181.
Henry C. Evans, Superintendent
Frederick W. De Jong, Assistant Superintendent
301 W. Preston Street, Baltimore 21201 Telephone: 383-4486
Nights & Holidays: 383-4497

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