Project Showcase


San Francisco State University Capital Improvement Plan


EP-PSY New Elevator and Existing Elevator Modernization


Start Date            9/1/2016            End Date    TBD

Description

This project will install one new elevator at the north side of ES-PSY Building. Relocate fire water lines as needed. After installation of new elevator, modernize existing elevator to meet current standards.

Status

Design process scheduled to start in Fall 2016.

Elevator Floor Plan

Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
Construction Costs Annual O&M Costs
Planning - Utilities  
Preliminary Design - Maintenance  
Construction 1,875 Personnel  
Construction Related 123 Other  
Equipment -    
Total Cost $ 1,998 Total Cost n/a

 

Source Of Funds Fund Prior Year(s)
Expenses
Proposed 2016-17 Projected Requirements Five Year
Total
Future Year
Total
Project
Total
Carry
Forward
New
Funding
Yr 1
Total
Yr 2
2017-18
Yr 3
2018-19
Yr 4
2019-20
Yr 5
2020-21
RESERVE   - - 200 200 - - - - 200 1,798 1,998
 
Totals   - - 200 200 - - - - 200 1,798 1,998
 
Operating & Maintenance Costs Year 1 Impact - - - - - -    

 


CA - BECA Replacement Building


Start Date            1/1/2015            End Date    1/1/2019

Description

The project will create a new Creative Arts replacement building for the electronic media program within the College of Liberal & Creative Arts. The new Creative Arts replacement building will replace the BECA space in the existing Creative Arts Building that is 50-years old and plagued by serious building code, way-finding, and accessibility deficiencies.

Instructional space, including radio, television, and multimedia production facilities, will be designed to accommodate current and evolving technology in broadcast and electronic media. Two television studios and observation classrooms, a music recording studio, a radio station, broadcast newsroom, and video and audio post-production rooms will serve as laboratories for hands-on learning within a variety of media production requirements.

Status

Design scheduled to start in August 2016.

BECA Replacement Building

Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
Construction Costs Annual O&M Costs
Planning 200 Utilities  
Preliminary Design 2,934 Maintenance  
Construction 34,599 Personnel  
Construction Related 5,531 Other  
Equipment 2,035    
Total Cost $ 45,299 Total Cost n/a

 

 

Source Of Funds Fund Prior Year(s)
Expenses
Proposed 2016-17 Projected Requirements Five Year
Total
Future Year
Total
Project
Total
Carry
Forward
New
Funding
Yr 1
Total
Yr 2
2017-18
Yr 3
2018-19
Yr 4
2019-20
Yr 5
2020-21
RESERVE   - 4,850 - 4,850 - - - - 4,850 - 4,850
SRB/CSU   - - 1,427 1,427 39,933 - - - 41,360 - 41,360
CSU FUNDING   114 1,590 - 1,590 - - - - 1,590 - 1,704
Totals   114 6,440 1,427 7,867 39,933 - - - 47,800 - 47,914
 
Operating & Maintenance Costs Year 1 Impact - - - - - -    

 

 


Thornton Hall - Fume Hood Upgrade


Start Date            TBD            End Date    TBD

Description

This project will upgrade fume hood exhaust fans with variable frequency drives and rebalance fume hoods.

Status

Design process to start upon receipt of CSU funding.

Thomton Hall Fume Hood Upgrade Map

Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
Construction Costs Annual O&M Costs
Planning - Utilities  
Preliminary Design - Maintenance  
Construction 863 Personnel  
Construction Related - Other  
Equipment -    
Total Cost $ 863 Total Cost n/a

 

Source Of Funds Fund Prior Year(s)
Expenses
Proposed 2016-17 Projected Requirements Five Year
Total
Future Year
Total
Project
Total
Carry
Forward
New
Funding
Yr 1
Total
Yr 2
2017-18
Yr 3
2018-19
Yr 4
2019-20
Yr 5
2020-21
RESERVE   - - 863 863 - - - - 863 - 863
 
Totals   - - 863 863 - - - - 863 - 863
 
Operating & Maintenance Costs Year 1 Impact - - - - - -    

 

 


Campus-Wide LED Street Lighting Retrofit


Start Date            TBD            End Date    TBD

Description

For outdoor lighting, replace 150 watt HPS with 70 watt LED.

Status

Design process to start upon receipt of CSU funding.

Campus Wide LED Street Lightning Retrofit Map

Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
Construction Costs Annual O&M Costs
Planning - Utilities  
Preliminary Design - Maintenance  
Construction 990 Personnel  
Construction Related - Other  
Equipment -    
Total Cost $ 990 Total Cost n/a

 

Source Of Funds Fund Prior Year(s)
Expenses
Proposed 2016-17 Projected Requirements Five Year
Total
Future Year
Total
Project
Total
Carry
Forward
New
Funding
Yr 1
Total
Yr 2
2017-18
Yr 3
2018-19
Yr 4
2019-20
Yr 5
2020-21
CSU Funded   - - 990 990 900 - - - 1,890 - 1,890
RESERVE   - - - - 100 - - - 100 - 100
Totals   - - 990 990 1,000 - - - 1,990 - 1,990
 
Operating & Maintenance Costs Year 1 Impact - - - - - -    

 

 


Campus-Wide Replacement of 12kV Feeders


Start Date            TBD            End Date  TBD

Description

This project will replace 12kV high voltage electrical cables that are over 30 years old. Provide two additional sets of redundant, dual radial feeder pairs: 4A / 4B, 5A / 5B after new main 12kV substation is installed.

Status

Design process to start upon receipt of CSU funding.

Campus-Wide Replacement of 12kv Feeders Map

Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
Construction Costs Annual O&M Costs
Planning - Utilities  
Preliminary Design - Maintenance  
Construction 960 Personnel  
Construction Related - Other  
Equipment -    
Total Cost $ 960 Total Cost n/a

 

Source Of Funds Fund Prior Year(s)
Expenses
Proposed 2016-17 Projected Requirements Five Year
Total
Future Year
Total
Project
Total
Carry
Forward
New
Funding
Yr 1
Total
Yr 2
2017-18
Yr 3
2018-19
Yr 4
2019-20
Yr 5
2020-21
CSU FUNDING   - - 960 960 - - - - 960 - 960
 
Totals   - - 960 960 - - - - 960 - 960
 
Operating & Maintenance Costs Year 1 Impact - - - - - -    

 

 


Campus-Wide Gas Line Replacement


Start Date            TBD            End Date    TBD

Description

This project will evaluate and replace gas lines that are over 30 years old and due for replacement. Replace existing 4-inch coated steel gas line serving campus from 19th Avenue with an HPDE (high density polyethylene) line.

Status

Design process to start upon receipt of CSU funding.

Campus-Wide Gas Line Replacement Map

Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
Construction Costs Annual O&M Costs
Planning - Utilities  
Preliminary Design - Maintenance  
Construction 800 Personnel  
Construction Related - Other  
Equipment -    
Total Cost $ 800 Total Cost n/a

 

Source Of Funds Fund Prior Year(s)
Expenses
Proposed 2016-17 Projected Requirements Five Year
Total
Future Year
Total
Project
Total
Carry
Forward
New
Funding
Yr 1
Total
Yr 2
2017-18
Yr 3
2018-19
Yr 4
2019-20
Yr 5
2020-21
CSU FUNDING   - - 800 800 - - - - 800 - 800
 
Totals   - - 800 800 - - - - 800 - 800
 
Operating & Maintenance Costs Year 1 Impact - - - - - -    

 

 


Campus-Wide Wireless


Start Date            1/1/2015             End Date    6/30/2017

Description

Campus-wide wireless access points installation. Install wireless nodes in academic buildings to enhance connection for wireless devices.

Status

Construction in progress; project scheduled to be completed by December 2016.

Campus-Wide Wireless Map

Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
Construction Costs Annual O&M Costs
Planning - Utilities  
Preliminary Design - Maintenance  
Construction 2,200 Personnel  
Construction Related - Other  
Equipment -    
Total Cost $ 2,200 Total Cost n/a

 

Source Of Funds Fund Prior Year(s)
Expenses
Proposed 2016-17 Projected Requirements Five Year
Total
Future Year
Total
Project
Total
Carry
Forward
New
Funding
Yr 1
Total
Yr 2
2017-18
Yr 3
2018-19
Yr 4
2019-20
Yr 5
2020-21
TRUST   758 242 - 242 - - - - 242 - 1,000
RESERVE   414 786 - 786 - - - - 786 - 1,200
Totals   1,172 1,028 - 1,028 - - - - 1,028 - 2,200
 
Operating & Maintenance Costs Year 1 Impact - - - - - -    

 

 


Mashouf Wellness Center


Start Date            8/28/2015             End Date    7/15/2017

Description

The Mashouf Wellness Center is a significant addition to the SF State campus, providing a major new student activity center close to the academic core and student housing. Located at the corner of Font and Lake Merced Boulevards, the new 118,700-gross-square-foot facility and a new recreation field are organized around the existing softball field.

The Mashouf Wellness Center building will include a two-court gym, multi-activity court (MAC) gym, elevated jogging track, weight and fitness space, natatorium with lap and recreation pools, climbing wall, racquetball courts, multi-purpose/group fitness studios, and locker rooms, storage and support space. The project is funded through a student fee. The Mashouf Wellness Center project is on track for LEED Platinum.

Status

Construction in progress, approximately 50% complete.

Mashouf Wellness Center View

Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
Construction Costs Annual O&M Costs
Planning 310 Utilities 426
Preliminary Design 7,398 Maintenance 379
Construction 68,997 Personnel 340
Construction Related 6,782 Other 222
Equipment 3,000    
Total Cost $ 86,487 Total Cost $ 1,367

 

Source Of Funds Fund Prior Year(s)
Expenses
Proposed 2016-17 Projected Requirements Five Year
Total
Future Year
Total
Project
Total
Carry
Forward
New
Funding
Yr 1
Total
Yr 2
2017-18
Yr 3
2018-19
Yr 4
2019-20
Yr 5
2020-21
STUDENT BODY CENTER   8,385 21,361 - 21,361 - - - - 21,361 - 29,746
SRB/CSU DC4000 31,376 25,365 - 25,365 - - - - 25,365 - 56,741
Totals   39,761 46,726 - 46,726 - - - - 46,726 - 86,487
 
Operating & Maintenance Costs Year 1 Impact - 1,367 1,367 1,367 1,367 4,101    

 

 


Electrical Substation Replacement


Start Date            1/1/2015             End Date    12/15/2017

Description

This project will install a new 12KV main electrical substation adjacent to the existing substation and phased cutover of the incoming utility service and outgoing campus distribution feeders. Design will include construction sequencing and temporary power arrangements to maintain electrical service to the campus buildings.

Status

Working drawings preparation completed; bidding in progress. Construction is scheduled to start in Fall 2016.

Electrical Substation Replacement Picture

Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
Construction Costs Annual O&M Costs
Planning - Utilities  
Preliminary Design 232 Maintenance  
Construction 3,475 Personnel  
Construction Related 805 Other  
Equipment -    
Total Cost $ 4,512 Total Cost n/a

 

Source Of Funds Fund Prior Year(s)
Expenses
Proposed 2016-17 Projected Requirements Five Year
Total
Future Year
Total
Project
Total
Carry
Forward
New
Funding
Yr 1
Total
Yr 2
2017-18
Yr 3
2018-19
Yr 4
2019-20
Yr 5
2020-21
CSU FUNDING DC405 54 3,421 805 4,226 - - - - 4,226 - 4,280
RESERVE   163 69 - 69 - - - - 69 - 232
Totals   217 3,490 805 4,295 - - - - 4,295 - 4,512
 
Operating & Maintenance Costs Year 1 Impact - - - - - -    

 

 


Fine Arts Gallery Museum Renovation


Start Date            1/1/2015             End Date    10/15/2016

Description

*Museum/Storage/Restrooms: Floor Area= 3577 sf. Remove plumbing fixtures from T247. Divide T246 into two restrooms. Paint walls and ceiling; replace lighting; modify HVAC system and add humidifier; new security system; new fire alarm. *Museum Storage/Classroom: Floor Area= 3138 sf. Remove partition walls in 124a, 124b, 124c, and 124d. Paint walls and ceiling; new flooring; replace lighting; modify HVAC system and add humidifier; new security system; new fire alarm; new ceiling. *Renovate studio classrooms in Fine Arts 115, 117, and 119. Install new fire-rated glass entrance doors, corridor window, casework, flooring, lighting, modify HVAC system . Floor Area= 3,795 sf.

Status

Construction in progress.

Fine Arts Gallery Museum Picture

Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
Construction Costs Annual O&M Costs
Planning - Utilities  
Preliminary Design - Maintenance  
Construction 1,200 Personnel  
Construction Related 500 Other  
Equipment -    
Total Cost $ 1,700 Total Cost n/a

 

Source Of Funds Fund Prior Year(s)
Expenses
Proposed 2016-17 Projected Requirements Five Year
Total
Future Year
Total
Project
Total
Carry
Forward
New
Funding
Yr 1
Total
Yr 2
2017-18
Yr 3
2018-19
Yr 4
2019-20
Yr 5
2020-21
RESERVE   575 1,125 - 1,125 - - - - 1,125 - 1,700
 
Totals   575 1,125 - 1,125 - - - - 1,125 - 1,700
 
Operating & Maintenance Costs Year 1 Impact - - - - - -    

 

 


HSS Seismic Safety Repair


Start Date            1/1/2015             End Date    TBD

Description

The HSS seismic upgrade project will add an exterior concrete shear wall to the building's south wing in order to increase lateral seismic resistance, replace windows in south wing, and provide related architectural work.

The HSS building is included on the CSU Seismic Priority List 2, which identifies buildings that the CSU Seismic Review Board considers to warrant special attention for seismic upgrade. By policy, Priority List 2 projects must be seismically retrofitted when any new construction work occurs on a listed facility.

Status

Programming and feasibility study proposal solicitation to start in Fall 2016.

HSS Seismic Safety Repair Map

Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
Construction Costs Annual O&M Costs
Planning - Utilities  
Preliminary Design 381 Maintenance  
Construction 3,960 Personnel  
Construction Related 659 Other  
Equipment -    
Total Cost $ 5,000 Total Cost n/a

 

Source Of Funds Fund Prior Year(s)
Expenses
Proposed 2016-17 Projected Requirements Five Year
Total
Future Year
Total
Project
Total
Carry
Forward
New
Funding
Yr 1
Total
Yr 2
2017-18
Yr 3
2018-19
Yr 4
2019-20
Yr 5
2020-21
RESERVE   - 200 - 200 - - - - 200 4,800 5,000
 
Totals   - 200 - 200 - - - - 200 4,800 5,000
 
Operating & Maintenance Costs Year 1 Impact - - - - - -    

 

 


RTC Sewer Project


Start Date            1/1/2015             End Date    8/15/2017

Description

This project will abandon the existing, non-code compliant, on-site, leach field wastewater treatment system. A new sewer lateral system will be installed to collect and transport wastewater to a new sanitary sewer pump station, adjacent to building 36. The new on-site pressurized sewer lateral will be utilized and connected to Tiburon sanitary sewer district.

Status

Working drawings preparation is completed. Bidding is in progress. Construction scheduled to start in Fall 2016.

RTC Sewer Project Map

Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
Construction Costs Annual O&M Costs
Planning - Utilities  
Preliminary Design - Maintenance  
Construction 1,000 Personnel  
Construction Related - Other  
Equipment -    
Total Cost $ 1,000 Total Cost n/a

 

Source Of Funds Fund Prior Year(s)
Expenses
Proposed 2016-17 Projected Requirements Five Year
Total
Future Year
Total
Project
Total
Carry
Forward
New
Funding
Yr 1
Total
Yr 2
2017-18
Yr 3
2018-19
Yr 4
2019-20
Yr 5
2020-21
RESERVE   13 987 - 987 - - - - 987 - 1,000
 
Totals   13 987 - 987 - - - - 987 - 1,000
 
Operating & Maintenance Costs Year 1 Impact - - - - - -    

 

 


RTC Electrical System Upgrade Project


Start Date            1/1/2015             End Date    8/15/2017

Description

This project will underground a portion of the existing 12Kv overhead power from PG&E meter to buildings 36 & 50. Additional electrical improvements include installation of a new 250 Kw generator, 500 Kva transformer, electrical vaults, and automatic transfer switch.

Status

Working drawings preparation is completed. Bidding is in progress. Construction scheduled to start in Fall 2016.

RTC Electrical System Upgrade Project Map

Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
Construction Costs Annual O&M Costs
Planning - Utilities  
Preliminary Design - Maintenance  
Construction 982 Personnel  
Construction Related - Other  
Equipment -    
Total Cost $ 982 Total Cost n/a

 

Source Of Funds Fund Prior Year(s)
Expenses
Proposed 2016-17 Projected Requirements Five Year
Total
Future Year
Total
Project
Total
Carry
Forward
New
Funding
Yr 1
Total
Yr 2
2017-18
Yr 3
2018-19
Yr 4
2019-20
Yr 5
2020-21
CSU FUNDING GC001 2 980 - 980 - - - - 980 - 982
 
Totals   2 980 - 980 - - - - 980 - 982
 
Operating & Maintenance Costs Year 1 Impact - - - - - -    

 

 


Campus-Wide Fire Alarm Upgrade


Start Date            1/1/2015             End Date    6/30/2017

Description

Install additional devices and upgrades to the existing fire alarm control units and systems. There are multiple buildings on campus that have existing fire alarm control units and devices that are still being sold and supported by Simplex and do not necessarily need to be replaced. However, the fire alarm system may be deficient for detection coverage: audibility is lacking throughout the building, strobe coverage may not be adequate, manual fire alarm stations do not comply with ADA requirements, or devices in the building are several generations and models. By adding the required devices or upgrades, existing fire alarm systems can be brought up to current code and still be cost-effective to the University.

Status

Design in progress.

Campus-Wide Fire Alarm Upgrade Map

Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
Construction Costs Annual O&M Costs
Planning - Utilities  
Preliminary Design 1,136 Maintenance  
Construction - Personnel  
Construction Related - Other  
Equipment -    
Total Cost $ 1,136 Total Cost n/a

 

Source Of Funds Fund Prior Year(s)
Expenses
Proposed 2016-17 Projected Requirements Five Year
Total
Future Year
Total
Project
Total
Carry
Forward
New
Funding
Yr 1
Total
Yr 2
2017-18
Yr 3
2018-19
Yr 4
2019-20
Yr 5
2020-21
RESERVE   - 600 536 1,136 - - - - 1,136 - 1,136
 
Totals   - 600 536 1,136 - - - - 1,136 - 1,136
 
Operating & Maintenance Costs Year 1 Impact - - - - - -    

 

 


UPN Garden Unit Exterior Repairs and Painting


Start Date            1/1/2015             End Date    9/15/2018

Description

Exterior painting of all garden units at University Park North. This project is intended to provide paint and exterior building repairs to the UPM low-rise units. The repair scope includes lead paint mitigation (as necessary), wood/siding repairs, repairs to flashing and gutters. These buildings were last painted in the late 1980's, and much of the paint is flaking off.

Status

Working drawings preparation is completed. Bidding is in progress. Phase I of this project is scheduled to start in Fall 2016. Remaining phase to be scheduled upon receipt of funding approval.

UPN Garden Unit Exterior Picture

Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
Construction Costs Annual O&M Costs
Planning - Utilities  
Preliminary Design 500 Maintenance  
Construction 2,750 Personnel  
Construction Related - Other  
Equipment -    
Total Cost $ 3,250 Total Cost n/a

 

Source Of Funds Fund Prior Year(s)
Expenses
Proposed 2016-17 Projected Requirements Five Year
Total
Future Year
Total
Project
Total
Carry
Forward
New
Funding
Yr 1
Total
Yr 2
2017-18
Yr 3
2018-19
Yr 4
2019-20
Yr 5
2020-21
HOUSING   - - 250 250 - - - - 250 3,000 3,250
 
Totals   - - 250 250 - - - - 250 3,000 3,250
 
Operating & Maintenance Costs Year 1 Impact - - - - - -    

 

 


Dining Center and 7 Hills Improvement


Start Date            TBD            End Date    TBD

Description

The scope of work for the Dining Center consists of capital projects and deferred maintenance items. The intent is to address accessibility and life safety items that are not current to today's building codes. Additionally, these projects will address large deferred maintenance items that will enhance the overall functionalities of the building systems in the Dining Center.

Status

Design process to start upon receipt of funding approval.

Dining Center and 7 Hills Picture

Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
Construction Costs Annual O&M Costs
Planning - Utilities  
Preliminary Design - Maintenance  
Construction 2,500 Personnel  
Construction Related - Other  
Equipment -    
Total Cost $ 2,500 Total Cost n/a

 

Source Of Funds Fund Prior Year(s)
Expenses
Proposed 2016-17 Projected Requirements Five Year
Total
Future Year
Total
Project
Total
Carry
Forward
New
Funding
Yr 1
Total
Yr 2
2017-18
Yr 3
2018-19
Yr 4
2019-20
Yr 5
2020-21
HOUSING   - - 2,500 2,500 - - - - 2,500 - 2,500
 
Totals   - - 2,500 2,500 - - - - 2,500 - 2,500
 
Operating & Maintenance Costs Year 1 Impact - - - - - -    

 

 


Science Replacement Building


Start Date            1/1/2015            End Date    4/15/2021

Description

The existing Science Buidling is over 60 years old.  The study will define the academic program for a new facility to replace outdated space and build additional capacity for scientific research and instruction, including the secondary effects of vacating space in existing buildings. The programming and feasibility study will follow the CSU guidelines requiring detailed analysis and documentation of the program requirements, site/master planning issues, accessibility, building considerations (architectural, height/massing, structural, etc.), alternatives, environmental responsibility (i.e., LEED), and project cost estimate.

Status

Programming and feasibility study preparation in progress.

Science Replacement Building Location Map

Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
Construction Costs Annual O&M Costs
Planning 900 Utilities  
Preliminary Design 11,716 Maintenance  
Construction 125,196 Personnel  
Construction Related 18,219 Other  
Equipment 6,758    
Total Cost $ 162,789 Total Cost n/a

 

Source Of Funds Fund Prior Year(s)
Expenses
Proposed 2016-17 Projected Requirements Five Year
Total
Future Year
Total
Project
Total
Carry
Forward
New
Funding
Yr 1
Total
Yr 2
2017-18
Yr 3
2018-19
Yr 4
2019-20
Yr 5
2020-21
RESERVE   211 689 - 689 - - - - 689 - 900
PPP   - - - - 11,716 96,073 - 4,731 112,520 - 112,520
SRB/CSU   - - - - - 47,342 - 2,027 49,369 - 49,369
Totals   211 689 - 689 11,716 143,415 - 6,758 162,578 - 162,789
 
Operating & Maintenance Costs Year 1 Impact - - - - - -    

 

 


Campus-Wide Increase Fire Hydrant Coverage - Main Campus


Start Date            TBD            End Date    TBD

Description

Add 27 fire hydrants to increase building coverage for HSS, Business, Science, Hensill Hall, and Thornton Hall; Library, Student Center, Gymnasium, Psychology, Burk Hall, Fine Arts, and Creative Arts; Humanities, Centennial Village, and Student Services Building; Mary Ward Hall, Mary Park Hall, Children's Center; Towers, Dining Center, Central Plant. Provide secondary fire water feed to Centennial Village.

Status

Design process to start upon receipt of CSU funding.

Campus Wide Increase Hydrant Coverage Map

Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
Construction Costs Annual O&M Costs
Planning - Utilities  
Preliminary Design 87 Maintenance  
Construction 961 Personnel  
Construction Related - Other  
Equipment -    
Total Cost $ 1,048 Total Cost n/a

 

Source Of Funds Fund Prior Year(s)
Expenses
Proposed 2016-17 Projected Requirements Five Year
Total
Future Year
Total
Project
Total
Carry
Forward
New
Funding
Yr 1
Total
Yr 2
2017-18
Yr 3
2018-19
Yr 4
2019-20
Yr 5
2020-21
SRB/CSU   - - 87 87 961 - - - 1,048 - 1,048
Totals   - - 87 87 961 - - - 1,048 - 1,048
 
Operating & Maintenance Costs Year 1 Impact - - - - - -    

 

 


University Club Renovation


Start Date            9/1/2016            End Date    10/15/2017

Description

The Franciscan Building, that housed the old University Club, was demolished to provide room for the Library expansion. This project involves renovation of approximately 2,272 sf in the Student Center to create a new University Club, with new lounge space, conference room, flexible space/assembly area, office and storage. Provide new ventilation unit and, electrical and data upgrade.

Status

Design process to start in Fall 2016.

University Club Renovation Map

Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
Construction Costs Annual O&M Costs
Planning - Utilities  
Preliminary Design - Maintenance  
Construction 665 Personnel  
Construction Related 200 Other  
Equipment -    
Total Cost $ 865 Total Cost n/a

 

Source Of Funds Fund Prior Year(s)
Expenses
Proposed 2016-17 Projected Requirements Five Year
Total
Future Year
Total
Project
Total
Carry
Forward
New
Funding
Yr 1
Total
Yr 2
2017-18
Yr 3
2018-19
Yr 4
2019-20
Yr 5
2020-21
U-CORP   - - 865 865 - - - - 865 - 865
 
Totals   - - 865 865 - - - - 865 - 865
 
Operating & Maintenance Costs Year 1 Impact - - - - - -