Public Works: Construction Services (4740B)
Program Outcome Statement
Provide agile, efficient, and cost effective construction related services
- Construction estimates
- Construction installations and small remodels
- Electrical work and panel maintenance
- Graffiti abatement
The Program provides construction services and related estimates and installations to County departments and outside agencies on a fee-for-service basis to ensure accessible, functional and safe environments for the public and County employees. The expertise of in-house craftsmen and their familiarity with County staff, facilities and procedures enables quick response to service requests, especially small to medium size projects in coordination with the Facilities Maintenance and Capital Projects units.
Average Service Requests Completed Per Employee Per Year Meeting Target
Percent of Service Requests Completed Within Budget/ Schedule Meeting Target
Percent of Customers Rating Services as 'Good' or Better Meeting Target
FY 2018-19 Mid-Year Story Behind Performance
Average Service Requests Completed Per Employee Per Year
The Program is projected to meet its FY 2018-19 target for average number of service requests completed per employee per year. Each employee is projected to complete an average of 85 service requests this year, which exceeds the target of 60. A trade supervisor continues to help with productivity by identifying and improving efficiency issues, as well as developing and implementing enhanced project assignment procedures. Additionally, a vacant electrician position was filled and is expected to positively contribute to the completion of service requests.
Percent of Service Requests Completed Within Budget/Schedule
The Program is projected to meet its FY 2018-19 target for the percent of service requests completed within budget and schedule. Procurement of upgraded mobile devices has provided real-time access to service requests and project databases to optimize jobsite productivity. In addition, continued improvement of time management and strong estimating skills have contributed to efficient service delivery.
Percent of Customers Rating Services as 'Good' or Better
The Program is projected to meet its FY 2018-19 target for the percent of customers rating overall service as good or better. Acquisition of upgraded mobile technology has led to improved performance by allowing employees to have better access to communication with customers via email for scheduling, project progress reporting, and tracking.
- Reduce the backlog of smaller maintenance projects
- Evaluate succession planning options to retain the knowledge base of key personnel
- Develop and implement parameters/procedures for inspecting contractor work performed in County facilities to maintain a consistent level of quality and compliance