Phone: 503-986-1744Address: 900 Court Street NE, Salem, OR 97301Email: CAMS.Info@oregonlegislature.gov
The Capitol Accessibility, Maintenance and Safety project was approved by the 2016 Legislative Assembly to address Americans with Disabilities Act deficiencies; at-risk mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems; and security and life-safety issues in the Oregon State Capitol building. Total funding for Phase I of the project was $59.9 million.
Phase II of the CAMS project was approved by the 2020 Legislative Assembly and is an extension of work completed during Phase I. CAMS Phase II will address needed improvements to the seismic structure of the 1977 portions of the Capitol building; Americans with Disabilities Act accessibility at the building's south entrance; mechanical and electrical elements; life-safety issues; and restoration of historic elements. Total funding for Phase II of the project is $70.8 million with a projected completion date of December 2022.
Phase III of the CAMS project was approved by the 2022 Legislative Assembly and is an extension of the first two phases of the CAMS project. Phase III will concentrate on the 1938 portion of the Capitol. Total funding for Phase III of the project is $465 million.
The items to be addressed in the CAMS project are aligned to prioritize future investments on the most critical elements of the
2009 Master Plan and a 2015 Facility Condition Assessment.