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Pursuant to state statute (2-3-1304.5 C.R.S.) each state institution or agency requesting state or cash fund appropriations for capital construction, controlled maintenance, or acquisition of capital assets will submit a Capital Development Plan. Its purpose is to provide a span of continuity from the more immediate capital budget priority decision to the longer range educational priorities and facility development needs of the institution, thus providing broader legislative perspective for current capital funding priority decisions.

At the University of Northern Colorado, the Controlled Maintenance Plan is developed using a variety of information. Driven primarily by the facilities audit program, maintenance needs are developed and then prioritized by the University. Program strength, faculty and staff recommendations, and on site inspections help the Department of Facilities Operations recommend priorities for the University and ultimately to the State of Colorado. These priorities are gathered and repair and replacement improvement projects are created for inclusion into the university's annual state budget request for controlled maintenance. The most recent plan follows and indicates highest repair and replacement needs for the University.

 

Five Year Controlled Maintenance Program Plan - FY 2003/2004
State Buildings and Real Estate Programs

(1) AGENCY: University of Northern Colorado (2) DEPARTMENT :Higher Education (3) DATE August 27, 2002
(4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13)
Agency Priority Number Project M# Project Title Total Project Cost Prior Appropriation FY 03/04 Current Yr Request - Phase FY 04/05 Budget Request - Phase FY 05/06 Budget Request - Phase FY 06/07 Budget Request - Phase FY 07/08 Budget Request - Phase
1 M-01033 Replace Theatre Ceiling: Frasier Hall # 834
$360,792
Expended $29,655 Restricted $163,522
$360,792
1 1069 Water Main Improvements: Central and West Campuses
$646,399
$75,418
$570,981
1   Boiler Replacement: Heating Plant #840
$1,747,843
$870,768
$877,075
2 M-00054 Replace Deteriorated Stairs and Walkways: Campus Wide
$795,201
Expended $53,101 Restricted $578,578 Defunded $163,522
$214,721
580,480
2   Replace Deteriorated Systems: Gray Hall #836
$1,989,785
$891,902
$1,097,883
2   Replace Central Campus Switchgear: State Buildings
$542,300
$542,300
3   Replace Chiller/HVAC: Kepner Hall #854
$1,211,690
$620,000
$591,690
3   Door and Window Replacement: Carter Hall #830 & Frasier Hall #834
$1,637,852
$972,491
$665,361
3   Repair/Replace HVAC and Chiller Systems: Carter Hall #830 and Butler Hancock Hall #827
$1,951,550
$1,189,109
$762,441
4   Replace Electrical/Fire Alarm Systems: Butler Hancock Hall #828, McKee Hall #855 and Frasier Hall #834
$1,081,850
$405,350
$676,500
4   Upgrade Building Automation System: Campus Wide
$677,700
$677,700
4   Replace Electrical/Fire Alarm Systems: Kepner Hall #854 and Carter Hall #830
$583,000
$183,700
$399,300
5   Repair/Replace Architectural Systems: Kepner Hall #854
$505,000
$105,000
$400,000
5   Repair/Replace HVAC: McKee Hall #855
$1,894,988
$215,800
$1,679,188
5   Replace Steel Wall Panels: Butler Hancock Hall #828
$603,405
$603,405
6   Upgrade Architectural Finishes: Carter Hall #830
$1,200,000
$140,000
$1,060,000
6   Upgrade Architectural Finishes: McKee Hall #855
$1,500,000
$150,000
$1,350,000
6   Replace Interior Doors and Hardware: McKee Hall #855
$475,000
$50,000
$425,000
7   Replace Bleacher System: Butler Hancock Hall #828
$1,105,000
$100,000
$1,005,000
7   Upgrade Architectural Finishes: Butler Hancock Hall #828
$1,400,000
$160,000
$1,240,000
7   Center Roof Replacement: Butler Hancock Hall #828
$375,000
$40,000
$335,000
   
$22,284,355
$75,418
    (14) Totals for each Fiscal Year
$7,316,114
$5,755,930
$3,411,893
$3,055,000
$2,670,000
(15) Grand Total of the Five Year Plan
$22,208,937

Controlled Maintenance Request Summary FY 2003-2004