Architect of the Capitol

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ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL

U.S. Capitol Building, Washington, DC 20515

Phone, 202-228-1793. Internet, www.aoc.gov.

Architect of the Capitol Alan M. Hantman

Special Assistant to the Architect of the Michael G. Turnbull

Capitol

Director, Architecture Division Bruce Arthur

Director, Construction Management Gary Vawter

Division

Director of Engineering Scott Birkhead

Director of Facilities Planning and Terrell Emmons

Programming

Assistant Director of Engineering William Weidemeyer

Chief of Staff Amita N. Poole

Deputy Chief of Staff Hector E. Suarez

Director, Human Resources Management Rebecca Tiscione

Division

Director, Equal Employment Valerie Olson

Opportunity

Director, Information Resources Rick Kashurba

Management

Curator Barbara Wolanin

Communications Officer Eva Malecki

Congressional Liaisons Bryan H. Roth, Michael Hurley

Head, Procurement Division Cynthia Bennett

Inspector General Arthur L. McIntye

Director of Safety, Fire, and Environmental Susan Adams

Programs

Director, Safety and Environmental Larry Denicola

Division

Safety Officer Charles Bowman

Chief Financial Officer Gary Glovinsky

Budget Officer Edgar Bennett

Accounting Officer Timothy Macdonald

Director, Financial Management Russ Follin

Systems Division

General Counsel Charles K. Tyler

Chief Operating Officer Richard McSeveney

Director, Labor Relations and Collective Margaret Cox

Bargaining

Senior Landscape Architect Matthew Evans

Superintendent, House Office Buildings Frank Tiscione

Superintendent, Senate Office Buildings Lawrence R. Stoffel

Supervising Engineer, Library of Congress Stephen Ayers

Supervising Engineer of the U.S. Capitol Carlos Elias

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The Architect of the Capitol is responsible for the care and maintenance of the U.S. Capitol and nearby buildings and grounds and for implementing construction, renovation, conservation, and landscape improvement projects as authorized by the Congress.

The Architect of the Capitol is charged with operating and maintaining the buildings of the Capitol complex committed to his care by Congress. Permanent authority for the care and maintenance of the Capitol was established by the act of August 15, 1876 (40 U.S.C. 162, 163). The Architect's duties include the mechanical and structural maintenance of the Capitol, the conservation and care of works of art in the building under the Architect's jurisdiction, the upkeep and improvement of the Capitol grounds, and the...

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