Capital Development Board
Capital Development Board oversees the design and construction of state-funded facilities.

CDB provides opportunities for firms to provide design, construction, and construction/program management services on large as well as small projects throughout the State of Illinois.
ADA Building Requirements
The Capital Development Board's division of Building Codes and Regulations (formerly the Illinois Building Commission) acts as an advisory body assigned the responsibility to assist in streamlining building requirements in Illinois.
Bid Posting/ Procurement Bulletin
View bid information detailing the current construction projects for which CDB will be accepting bids in the areas of contractor and architect/engineering services. New project information is posted regularly. An electronic publication detailing the current construction projects for which CDB will be accepting bids. New project information is posted regularly.
Video Training - Doing Business with CDB
CDB has developed several training videos, where staff walk you through doing business with the Capital Development Board.
CDB Goal Setting/ Enforcement/Compliance
FEP Compliance Technicians are frequently available at CDB's pre-bid and pre-construction meetings to aid in the clarification of the programs and procedures. They are also periodically available at the construction sites in conjunction with the FEP programs.
The Illinois General Assembly created the Art-in-Architecture program as part of the Capital Development Board in 1977. The program’s purpose is the “promotion and preservation of the arts by securing suitable works of art for the adornment of public buildings constructed or subjected to major renovation by the State or which utilize State funds, and thereby reflecting our cultural heritage, with emphasis on the works of Illinois artists.” The works of art that have been created through the program create a permanent art collection for the people of the state of Illinois.