Real property services and parliamentary infrastructure

Management and maintenance of government real property holdings, including the Parliamentary Precinct, professional and technical real property services to federal departments and agencies, and provision of working environments to federal employees and parliamentarians

Website changes are happening

Throughout 2023, Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) will adopt the Canada.ca look for its web content. This may impact you as content will be reorganized, old content will be removed and all page addresses (URLs) will be changed. You may need to update your bookmarks or favourites.

Real property holdings

Canada's Parliamentary Precinct

Canada's parliamentary buildings and grounds, and the projects to restore and modernize them

Bridges, docks and dams

Management and maintenance of bridges and maritime infrastructure in the National Capital Region and across the country

Federal properties for sale

Surplus federal properties for sale to the general public

Payments in lieu of taxes for federal properties

Application for payments in lieu of taxes (PILT) for federally-owned property, payments made by taxation year, requesting a review to the PILT Dispute Advisory Panel

Construction, rehabilitation and decontamination

Federal property construction and maintenance projects

Ongoing and completed federal property construction and maintenance projects

Guidance and orientation for the selection of technologies

Technology selection tool, environmental contaminants glossary, remediation resources

Sustainable development analysis tool

Tool for managers responsible for the environmental remediation of federal contaminated sites to assess various decontamination options

Real property management

How the federal government manages property

Partnering with the private sector, prompt payment in the construction industry, meeting the 75:25 office space target, real property careers

Greener federal buildings

Initiatives and programs to make federal buildings more environmentally friendly such as Smart buildings initiative, Low carbon in the National Capital Region's buildings, Green buildings, and Clean energy initiative

Health and safety in federal properties

National inventory of asbestos in federal buildings, control of pests in federal buildings, Legionella bacteria control in federal buildings, operational initiatives and health safety at Les Terrasses de la Chaudière complex, potable water quality monitoring system

GCworkplace

Initiative to modernize the workplace for the public service

International perspectives on the future of workplaces in the public sector

Series of interviews on the progress of the future of workplaces and the modernization of office spaces for the public sector around the world

Events and conference management services

Booking, coordination services, ceremonial and protocol services, audiovisual and multimedia services

Government of Canada's Integrity Regime

How PSPC ensure that the Government of Canada conducts business or concludes real property transactions with ethical suppliers in Canada and abroad

Guidance and publications

National Project Management System

Guidance, best practices, tools and templates to support effective real property project management.

Note: The National Project Management System (NPMS) will eventually be replaced by the PSPC's Project Navigator.

Commissioning Policy

Policy on the issue of real property commissioning of federal buildings

Computer-Aided Design and Drafting Standards

Standards to create digital files that can be reused to manage facilities or future real estate projects

Valuation Guidelines

Guidelines that ensure real estate appraisal standards are consistent

Integrity provisions—real property transactions

Real property publication on the application of the Integrity Regime to real property transactions

Service standards

Property and buildings: Our services, standards, and results 2021 to 2022

Feature

Canada's first federal carbon-neutral building – Our stories

The 25 St. Clair rehabilitation project is set to achieve net-zero emissions. Find out how it will be environmentally friendly inside and out.

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