Location: LSB B
OAS Annual Report and FY 2017-18 Capital and Controlled Maint.
COMMITTEE ON CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
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11:09 AM -- State Architect Annual Report and FY 2017-18 Capital and Controlled Maintenance
Mr. Larry Friedberg, State Architect, Office of State Architect (OSA), presented the office's annual report and FY 2017-18 capital construction and controlled maintenance projects. Committee members received OSA's annual report (the report may be accessed at: http://www2.cde.state.co.us/artemis/paserials/pa851internet/pa851201617internet.pdf ), and a summary of the report (Attachment E). Mr. Friedberg briefed the committee on the annual report, first discussing data associated with the state's building inventory. Mr. Friedberg responded to questions regarding trends in the market value of the state's building inventory, and the growth of controlled maintenance need based on the overall inventory growth. Mr. Friedberg returned to briefing the committee on data associated with the state's building inventory.
Mr. Friedberg continued presenting the OSA annual report to the committee, discussing historic funding trends for capital construction and controlled maintenance. Mr. Friedberg responded to questions regarding who conducts facility condition audits of state facilities, and the extent to which higher education institutions are meeting controlled maintenance funding goals. Mr. Friedberg explained the process by which OSA prioritizes state controlled maintenance requests, and responded to questions regarding this process.
Mr. Friedberg provided an overview of OSA's FY 2017-18 controlled maintenance recommendations, comprised of 115 projects totaling $91.8 million across three levels. Mr. Friedberg discussed the FY 2017-18 capital construction and capital renewal recommendation, and OSA's role in prioritizing these requests.
Mr. Friedberg discussed funding strategies for controlled maintenance, including funding goals and practices observed by other states. Mr. Friedberg responded to questions regarding methods for securing a dedicated funding stream for controlled maintenance, and efforts to do so in other states. Discussion ensued regarding the historic use of Controlled Maintenance Trust Fund moneys. Discussion returned to controlled maintenance funding in other states. The committee discussed upcoming CDC activities.
The committee adjourned.