Construction & Facilities Management Department
To implement and support administration of infrastructure, City owned facilities, interdepartmental capital improvements and public/private development, through technology and sound engineering principles; and provide a high level of sustainable customer service to the residents and businesses established in the City of Miramar.
In 2014 the City Commission approved the creation of the Construction and Facilities Management (CFM) Department. CFM centralized the work, formerly conducted by Facilities Management and Engineering Services, to efficiently manage the City’s Capital Improvement Program (CIP). The 2013-2019 CIP encompasses over 30 projects totaling $60 million.
The CFM department is responsible for the planning, design, and construction management of all non-Utilities capital projects. It oversees the development of Municipal/Capital Improvement Projects, traffic engineering planning for present and future roads within the City, new development project infrastructure needs and requirements and inspections of new developments to ensure compliance with City standards.
The CFM department consists of 3 divisions: Staff
The department is staffed by a team of highly qualified and experienced professionals headed by Director, Luisa M. Millan, R.A., I.D. and supported by architects, engineers, project managers, general contractors, inspectors and administrative staff who fulfill the department’s mission.
Miramar Police Headquarters Groundbreaking - December 10, 2014. Project completed June 2016.
Adult Day Care Facility Groundbreaking - November 17, 2015. Project completed October 2016.
Amphitheater at Miramar Regional Park Groundbreaking - December 9, 2015. Project completed June 2017.