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Senate Office Buildings Jurisdiction

Senate Office Buildings Jurisdiction

Brian Crupi works on a switch control cabinet which allows operators to move a subway car to the Hart and Dirksen Buildings from one track to the other for maintenance work.

The Senate Office Buildings jurisdiction oversees the office and committee space for the United States Senate.

The jurisdiction is responsible for the daily care, maintenance, repair and operations of 2.9 million square feet of facility space, including the Russell, Dirksen and Hart Senate Office Buildings; restaurants; an employees' child care center; a congressional page school and student dormitory; and subway systems. The jurisdiction also manages five leased facilities housing off-site Senate support organizations and coordinates the office move process for senators and staff.

Lawrence Barr is currently serving as Acting Superintendent of the Senate Office Buildings.

Need Assistance?

Contact the Senate Superintendent Service Center at 202.224.3141 or submit an Online Service Request (Capitol Network only).


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