Facilities Planning Information
Capital Improvement Program
5 Year Plant Survey
2016 Daytona Campus Master Site Plan
2019 Deltona Campus Master Site Plan
Continuing Service Contracts
- DJ Design,Inc.
- Houseman Architecture, LLC
- KMF Architects
Long Range Planning
- 5-Year Survey of Need
- Master Plans
- PECO Requests
- Assisting in Grant Procurement
- Bond Requests
- Capital Improvement Plans
- Design Team Selection and Coordination
- Preparation of Educational Specifications
- Selection of the Construction Management Firm or Assisting with the Bidding of Projects
- Project Management
- Close-out and Warranty
The Facilities Planning Department serves as the College's Building Department and issues building construction permits and performs its own inspections. Other permits (St. Johns River Water Management District, Florida Fire Codes and when necessary Health Department Permits) are handled by other agencies.
While the Facilities Planning and Construction Departments at some educational entities also handle Security, Transportation, Custodial or Maintenance and repairs, these services at Daytona State College are the responsibility of other departments.
Proposals and Bids
"Failure to file a protest within the time prescribed in section 120.57(3), Florida Statutes, or failure to post the bond or other security required by law within the time allowed for filing a bond shall constitute a waiver of proceedings under chapter 120, Florida Statutes."
Other Proposals & Bids can be found at the Purchasing Website.
In accordance with Daytona State College Procedure 808, it is required that all construction contractors be pre-qualified based on rules prescribed by the “State Requirements for Educational Facilities”. The process for pre-qualification of construction contractors is held once a year beginning in the month of April. The certificates issued are valid for one-year from July 1st – June 30th.
Public Meeting Notices
Deland Campus Indoor Firing Range CM@RISK Presentations (Posted 11/19/21)
Deland Campus Indoor Firing Range 2 CM@RISK Submittal Rev. (Posted 10/26/21)
Deland Campus Indoor Firing Range Architect Presentations (Posted 9/10/21)
Daytona Campus Multi-Purpose Field Architect Presentations (Posted 9/03/21)
Deland Campus Indoor Firing Range Architect Submittal Reviews (Posted 8/26/21)
Deltona Campus New Building 2 CM@RISK Presentations (Posted 8/24/21)
Current and Upcoming
Architect: PQH Group
Contractor: Perry McCall Const.
Anticipated Completion: 2022
Deltona Campus New Building 2
Architect: Schenekel + Schultz, Inc.
Anticipated Completion: 2023
Master Site Plan
Anticipated Completion: TBD
Anticipated Completion: 2022
Contractor Certificate of Pre-Qualification
In accordance with Daytona State College Procedure 808, it is required that all construction Contractors be pre-qualified based on rules prescribed by the "State Requirements for Educational Facilities". The process for pre-qualification of General Contractors is held once a year in the month of April. The certificates issued are valid for one year from July 1st to June 30th.
Contracting firms who wish to submit proposals or bids for Daytona State College projects must hold a current Certificate of Pre-Qualification.
Applications are NOT currently being accepted for GENERAL CONTRACTORS.
PLEASE NOTE: Only one (1) email can be used to notify the firm of any RFQs, RFPs or ITBs. What some firms do is set up a distribution list email (i.e. email@example.com) in order to add or remove emails internally to that list. That way, if someone leaves the company, the notifications are still being received.
- General Contractor Pre-Qualification Application
- General Contractor Pre-Qualification Re-Application (For GC's who currently hold a certificate)
Once received, the Contractor Pre-Qualification Committee reviews the application and makes its recommendation to the District Board of Trustees. After the Board approves the recommendation, the signed Certificate is issued.
The permitting process is a responsibility of the Department of Facilities Planning and Construction.
Building and construction permits for any project that includes New Construction or Remodel, and for Renovation projects in excess of $50,000 require a permit, in accordance with Florida Statutes.
Permit applications may be obtained by contacting the Facilities Planning Department at (386) 506-4322 or via email to Sharon Dyke at Sharon.Dyke@DaytonaState.edu or from below.
Permit applications can only be made by Licensed Contractors registered in the State of Florida. When required by Law, signed and sealed plans must be provided.
Applications should include:
- Copy of current license
- Certificate of Insurance with Daytona State College listed as additional insured
- Bond (if applicable)
- 2 sets of signed/sealed drawings & specs
Facilities Planning Department
Christopher C. Wainwright, AIA
Associate Vice President, Facilities Planning & Operations
Facilities Services (Building 430A), Room 104
Senior Facilities Planner
Facilities Services (Building 430A), Room 108G
Facilities Services (Building 430A), Room 108
Anthony 'Tony' Yee
Wetherell Center (Bulilding 100), Room 313G