Illinois Capital Development Board

Building a Better Illinois

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  • CDB Project 830-010-349 Outreach Session

    Follow the link for information regarding the outreach session which took place on March 4, 2021. This outreach was specific to the project happening at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign for the Altgeld Hall Renovation and New Illini Hall. The PowerPoint and registration list is also available to view.

  • 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.

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Art-in-Architecturehttps://www2.illinois.gov/cdb/professionalgrowth/art/Pages/default.aspxArt-in-ArchitectureThe Illinois General Assembly created the “Art-in-Architecture” program 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 created through the program become part of a permanent art collection for the people of the State of Illinois.
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.
Local Government and Schools ESCOshttps://www2.illinois.gov/cdb/procurement/escos/Pages/default.aspxLocal Government and Schools ESCOsThe Illinois School Code (105 ILCS 5) and the Local Government Energy Conservation Act (50 ILCS 515) allow local schools districts and local government entities to enter into guaranteed energy services contracts for improvements to their facilities. These statutes require requests for proposals (RFP) to be published by the CDB and local media outlets. CDB does not approve such postings or have any additional information concerning these projects. Questions about these RFPs should be directed to the local school district or local government entity.