John Evans, Division Manager
The responsibility of the Division of Architecture and Engineering is the execution of
the department's Capital Construction Program. This execution includes
liaison with the Capital Development Board, and project review and management.
The formation of the DNR has expanded the role of the Division of Architecture and Engineering,
as our staff begin to provide project liaison and management to
our larger agency on future appropriated projects. In addition to standard
contracted projects, the Division also manages the Heavy Equipment Crew,
conducts in-house design, and provides technical assistance through
our staff architects and engineers.
- Oversee the construction of DNR Capital Projects
through direct project management, liaison with the Capital Development
Board, or other State and Federal agencies.
- Review and evaluate plans and specifications
for proposed construction projects at Department facilities, and
recommend changes to insure compliance with building codes, laws
and other requirements.
- Develop plans and specifications for projects
- Provide technical assistance to other DNR divisions
on engineering and architectural matters.
- Design and construct various waterfowl, habitat
or recreational improvement projects through the HeavyEquipment
OFFICE OF ARCHITECTURE, ENGINEERING AND GRANTS: