People and Projects

The Division of Building Design and Construction (DBDC) is responsible for planning, designing, and constructing Montgomery Picture of computer generated 3-D building modelCounty's public buildings to high performance standards while paying close attention to citizens' input, environmental and economic concerns.

Today, DBDC is planning, designing and constructing many public buildings including fire stations, police stations, libraries, recreational facilities, civic buildings, service depots and parking garages. Picture of Green EnergyMontgomery County, Division of Building Design and Construction is committed to providing leadership which will foster conservation, protection and improvement of the environment by planning, designing, constructing and maintaining buildings that are energy efficient, environmentally friendly and resource-efficient. Read more

Project Management Symposium

For more information on the Conference presentations, please click link below.

Public Works Conference on infrastructure innovative solutions

For more information on the Conference presentations, please click links below.

Neighborhood Projects

Status Updates:
Clarksburg Fire Station ground breaking on December 3, 2021 at 10:00 AM
Germantown Library Reopening, Saturday, October 16, 2021 at 10 AM.
Grey Courthouse Renovations - Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Avery Road Treatment Center - Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Judicial Center Annex – Renovation completed

Visit our Neighborhood Projects page to find out on-going projects in your area!

Green Building

The LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Green Building Rating System was developed by the United State Green Buildings Council (USGBC). It identifies criteria that positively impact the energy and environmental characteristics of a building, including sustainability of a site, water efficiency, energy efficiency, materials and resources, and indoor environmental quality. Read more

Smart Growth Initiative

Picture of Smart Growth Initiative Smart Growth Initiative

The County Executive has several long-range important strategic objectives. A study was performed expressly to examine the feasibility of moving and expanding existing uses to different facilities from a macroperspective that would provide the County with better long-term solutions for public facility needs. Please see the following for more information: