Illinois Capital Development Board

Building a Better Illinois

 Spotlight

  • We want to hear from you!

    CDB recently underwent a website redesign, which was launched on July 17, 2020. Now that it has been active for a few months, your feedback is requested. The results of this survey will provide insight on how CDB can make the website more user friendly with expanded features. This survey has two sections, which includes social media and website enhancement. It takes less than five minutes to complete. Your responses will be completely anonymous.

  • Rebuild Illinois

    Governor JB Pritzker signed the State’s first long-term capital package, the “Rebuild Illinois Capital Plan,” into law, marking the first time since 2009 that the State has had a comprehensive capital plan in place. Rebuild Illinois will make $45 billion of investments in roads, bridges, railroads, universities, early childhood centers, and State facilities over the next six years, creating and supporting an estimated 540,000 jobs over the life of the plan and revitalizing local economies across the State.

  • COVID-19 Updates

    The recent health crisis has caused some changes to CDB operations and ongoing projects. The safety of our staff, vendors, and the public at large is our top priority. Design work is continuing and being performed in a way that does not jeopardize the health of the design professionals working on the projects. As new information becomes available, CDB will provide updates on our website.

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CDB Prequalification and Vendor Registrationhttps://www2.illinois.gov/cdb/business/Pages/Prequalification.aspxCDB Prequalification and Vendor RegistrationCDB offers opportunities for firms to provide design, construction, and construction program management services on CDB projects throughout the State of Illinois.
CDB Design-Build Projectshttps://www2.illinois.gov/cdb/procurement/Pages/Design-BuildProjects.aspxCDB Design-Build ProjectsAs one entity, the design-build team works under a single contract to provide design and construction services. A bridging firm assists with the preliminary design and development of the request for proposal, working with CDB and the user agency to develop the project scope and performance criteria. CDB then incorporates this information into a request for proposal for design-build teams. The selection process attributes 75% of the weighted selection criteria to technical evaluation factors, such as quality, experience, performance, compliance with project objectives, and 25% of the weighted selection criteria to the total project cost and schedule.
Building Codes and Regulationshttps://www2.illinois.gov/cdb/business/codes/Pages/BuildingCodesRegulations.aspxBuilding Codes and RegulationsCDB is tasked with identifying local building codes and publishing them on our website. All municipalities with a population of less than 1,000,000 or a county adopting a new building code or amending an existing building code must, at least 30 days before adopting the code or amendment, provide an identification of the code, by title and edition, or the amendment to the CDB.

 News

  • Revisions to Contract Documents Effective November 1, 2020

    The Capital Development Board is pleased to announce contract revisions incorporating requirements under the Illinois Works Jobs Program Act; the Business Enterprise for Minorities, Women, and Persons with Disabilities Act; and other process revisions.
  • We Want To Hear From You

    Capital Development Board recently underwent a website redesign, which was launched on July 17, 2020. Now that it has been active for a few months, your feedback is requested.
  • NOTICE OF CHANGE OF DATE DECEMBER 2020 MEETING

    The Capital Development Board hereby gives notice of a change in the date for a Meeting scheduled for December 8, 2020 for the Capital Development Board that was originally scheduled for the 8th. The meeting date has been changed to the 15th.
  • Project Management Training Webinar

    October 28, 2020 | 8:00AM for Architects/Engineers who want to manage CDB Projects
  • Notice of Change of Time for October 20, 2020 Meeting

    The Capital Development Board hereby gives notice of a change in the time for a Meeting scheduled for October 20, 2020 for the Capital Development Board that was originally scheduled for 11:00 a.m. The meeting time has been changed to 1:00 p.m.

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