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Major Project Requests major project REQUEST requirements The need for academic facility improvements at UW System institutions far Capital budget request the amount of available state support each biennium, therefore, the UW System and the Board of Regents must prioritize the major capital projects requested by system institutions.
The Board updated those criteria in February to reflect current systemwide initiatives, priorities, and goals as they are used to evaluate how major projects would address the greatest needs, highest academic priorities, and most cost-effective solutions to established facility deficiencies.
Each major project will be evaluated based on the approved criteria and prioritized according to its score. The evaluation categories were established by determining distinguishing factors of project requests. Significant evaluation factors include a strong Capital budget request on facility reuse, innovation, and the impact on infrastructure and maintenance.
Preference is given to projects that improve space utilization, reduce maintenance costs, promote facility reuse, and improve program functionality.
Four categories have been created to evaluate the need for new space: Each proposal that requests new space must meet the criteria delineated in one of these categories as well as demonstrate that no other appropriate facilities are available to accommodate expansion before it can continue to move through the remaining steps of the evaluation process.
Project requests seeking to add additional assignable square footage must meet at least one of the following four criteria to advance further for capital budget consideration.
Each institution must provide demonstrated proof that no other appropriate facilities are available to accommodate the proposed expansion needs. This only applies to new square footage purely for program creation or expansion purposes.
The project scope must include extraordinary or non-routine conditions and examples to be resolved, as documented by a planning study such as: The institution has identified demonstrated space shortages related to Board of Regents-approved academic program creation or expansion with the following: The project documentation must be accompanied by market studies as appropriate and operational impact reports, historical enrollment data, and sound financial plans.
The institution has identified and demonstrated that the existing facilities are insufficient, dysfunctional, and no longer cost effective to operate and maintain. These evaluation criteria apply to all Major Project requests, regardless of funding source s. The categories and criteria were established by determining distinguishing factors of project requests.
Some criteria are entirely objective; either the project request meets the criteria definition or it does not. Other criteria are subjective; the criteria definition is partially met or the degree to which the criteria definition is met is open to interpretation. Only those projects ranked each biennium will be used to gauge the range of possible points given for the subjective criteria; there are no absolute standards for maximum points awarded.
Subjective points will be an assigned consensus value by the group of evaluators. If all the capital project prerequisites are satisfied, then the project request will continue through the remaining evaluation criteria and process.
If the proposed project includes new assignable square footage, the institution has met the net new square footage prerequisite. The institution has demonstrated and documented previous indication s and intent s for the majority of project scope through one or more of the following items: The institution has demonstrated and documented its ability and capacity to execute and manage the proposed project within the context of the proposed six-year institutional capital plan and in or by the proposed biennium through the following items: The institution ranked the project as its highest priority Major Project Request for the current biennium within the context of the proposed six-year institutional capital plan.
The institution ranked the project as its highest priority Major Project Request for the last biennium within the context of the proposed six-year institutional capital plan. The institution ranked the project as its highest priority Major Project Request for the last two biennia within the context of the proposed six-year institutional capital plan.
Project must be completed prior to other projects identified in the proposed six-year institutional capital plan. The project scope must include extraordinary or non-routine conditions and examples that need resolution.
Existing space is adequate and appropriate for renovation; no new assignable space is required. The project scope includes one or more of the following items to improve operational efficiency: Project targets and resolves demonstrated space shortages.
The project scope includes one or more of the following items to meet demonstrated space shortages: The project scope includes one or more of the following items to improve space utilization: These categories and criteria were established by determining distinguishing factors of project requests.
Requests must be proposed for spaces that have scheduled instruction, either general assignment classrooms or academic laboratories. The proposed project solution is consistent with the magnitude and intent of the program by… Criteria Criteria Description Scale, Aspect Ratio, and Sizing …including large scale remodeling or renovation, correcting room aspect ratio and sizing, and providing technology upgrades that cannot be fully funded from the operational budget.
History of Capital Funding …including instructional spaces that have not been updated in the past 15 years. Physical and Technological Issues …fully resolving physical and technological issues within the instructional spaces.
Infrastructure Impact …demonstrating the ability to be supported by current campus and infrastructure frameworks. Basic classroom containing chalkboard or markerboard; projection screen; overhead projector; lighting fixtures switched in groups; darkening shades; voice and data connections; podium, cart or lectern.
Wired network connectivity at each fixed seat or fixed table student station may be included in this category. Room lighting shall be appropriate for note-taking during video presentations. Can also include digital recording capabilities to record lectures for selective viewing at a later time.South Hickory Avenue Bel Air, MD | () Capital Budget and Capital Project Request Form (CPRF) Process I.
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