Division of Capital Assets

The Division of Capital Assets (DCA) manages Capitol Complex Facilities Management (CCF) and State Fleet Management (SFM) which provide leased building space, facility management, building security and identification programs, employee parking, ceremonial flag requests and special event permits for the public, vehicle call center, short-term vehicle rentals (Motor Pool), and vehicle acquisition and lifecycle management.

DCA is focused on high-value assets owned by the State of Colorado to ensure the most efficient use of this property. Using an analytical approach, the employees of DCA provide a structured procurement, maintenance, and disposal of the States buildings, vehicles, and linear assets, ensuring maximum value for the constituents of Colorado. This systematic approach demonstrates a dedication to economic, transparent, and sustainable resource management.

 

Our mission is about providing the best value to the State in every service we offer and to every customer we serve.

 

COVID-19 Related Services Notices

We offer guidance on Vehicle Cleaning and Disinfecting of Motor Pool and SFM owned vehicles (PDF). Take a look at CDOT's video on Cleaning and Disinfecting vehicles.

Temporary program changes — see details at the following links below
 Ceremonial Flags  |  ID/Badge Requests  |  State Employee Parking

State Capitol Closure and State Capitol Grounds/Lincoln Park Permit changes. 

We will NOT accept cash payments for a few of our public services until further notice.
Please make payments by CHECK ONLY.

 

Tenant Tips & More

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COVID-19 & Capitol Complex Facility Cleaning — ALL BUILDINGS

In an effort to keep state employees informed of the cleaning methods being used in all DPA managed buildings, Capitol Complex has met with State Capitol custodial crews and contracted custodial vendors to ensure that staff are cleaning all public areas as per CDC and CDPHE guidelines. More details on public and personal office space cleaning.

 

Office Safety Tips | Series #3

What can I do to protect myself and others from COFIC-19?

 


 

No wipes in the pipes, use only toilet paper.

These instances increase restroom closures and could cause extended restroom outages.

Personal use wipes may be used, but should be disposed of in trash receptacles, and NOT flushed down the toilets. As noted in this article, even wipes labeled as "flushable" are not designed to be processed through standard plumbing systems, and will cause continued plumbing system damage.
 

News

Not All Hybrids Are Created Equal

Thursday, June 17, 2021
A Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) vehicle relies on two different sources of power for vehicle motion: the fuel in the tank (gasoline/diesel) and an electric motor. But there are different levels of vehicle hybridization that are in production and showing up in our shops for service and repairs. Read

Capitol Complex Parking Program - Returning to Normal Operation Policies

Friday, June 4, 2021
On June 1, 2021, State employees for all Capitol Complex-managed buildings have started to come back to the office based on their individual agency's return to work policies. With the anticipated end of the Legislative Session date of June 12, Capitol Complex will start the process of returning all

State Fleet Vehicle Auctions

Friday, June 4, 2021
The sealed-bid auctions are open to the public for accident, drivable, and non-drivable vehicles that need to be moved out of the fleet. On-site auctions are held approximately every 3-6 months depending on the amount of inventory, as well as selling other vehicles weekly on a year-round auction

Current DCA Topics

Fleet's New Application Support & Data Specialist

Please welcome John Mueller to the State Fleet team!

John joined the Fleet Applications Support and Training Team as the Fleet Application Support and Data Specialist on December 7, 2020. This role will support the four-year rollout of our telematics decision item. John is off to a quick start and is already learning the intricacies of the process. Eventually, John’s primary focus will center on data. Specifically, he will analyze telematics data, customize reports, and provide recommendations of standardized measures for State fleet vehicles.

Additionally, John will provide support and training for Geotab reporting and will collaborate with our training specialist regarding training for other functionality as needed. Since our AssetWorks contract is signed, John will likely be pulled into many conversion activities, which will be beneficial since he will also provide custom reporting and training opportunities from AssetWorks down the road.

John’s last position was as a Transportation Analyst and he has an extensive background in routing and data support. As soon as we get John trained and familiarized with SFM systems and processes, we will add additional ticket types to our Help Desk solution so that we have the ability to escalate data related questions and direct them appropriately.


Motor Vehicle Rental Options

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Plug-In Hybrid & Fully Electric Vehicles — The electric/hybrid options in our fleet at this time include the 2019 Chevy Bolt electric, the 2016 Ford Focus electric, and the 2017 Ford Fusion Energi plug-in hybrid. For rentals under 5 hours we charge 60% of a full day rate. You must set-up an account with the Motor Pool prior to making a reservation.

Call Sean Murphy at 303-866-3030 or register for a new account online. If you are already have an account, click on the link below to make a reservation. Motor Pool reservations 24-hours a day.