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  1. Article number 1 - CDB Project Webmap
  2. Article number 2 - CDB Training Videos Page
  3. Article number 3 - Renew, Renovate and Restore
  4. Article number 4 - Building a Better Illinois
  5. Article number 5 - School Construction
  •  Capital Development Board's Project WebmapCDB Project Webmap

    CDB has created a map for your use in visually tracking projects around the state.
  •  CDB 255 Form Training VideoCDB Training Videos Page

    CDB has developed several training videos to help you in doing business with the Capital Development Board.
  •  https://www.illinois.gov/cdb/PublishingImages/CurrentFocus/HPA-Dana-ThomasHouse.jpgRenew, Renovate and Restore

    When one of the State of Illinois’ 8,771 properties requires repair or renovation, the Capital Development Board manages the project. Many projects involve modernizing facilities to meet accessibility standards and protecting the lives and safety of Illinois residents by removing such environmental hazards as asbestos and lead. Projects can range from the replacement of a failing heating system to the restoration of internationally significant historic structures.
  •  Welcome to the Illinois Capital Development BoardBuilding a Better Illinois

    The professional architects, engineers, project managers, construction experts, and staff of the Capital Development Board oversee the design and construction of state-funded facilities. The CDB manages projects that touch the lives of almost every Illinois citizen with work on colleges and universities, public safety centers, museums and historic sites, state parks, health centers, office buildings, and correctional centers.
  •  https://www.illinois.gov/cdb/PublishingImages/CurrentFocus/Augusta-new-building-cusd-355.jpgSchool Construction

    The Capital Development Board in partnership with the Illinois State Board of Education has provided over $3.4 billion in state grants for school construction and renovation through the School Construction Program. The program has benefited over 500 elementary and secondary school districts in every part of the state.

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