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52.100:  State Assisted Capital Improvements Plan for the Athens and Regional Campuses


Status:

Approved on June 5, 2008Signatures and dates
on archival copy

Effective:

when approved 

Initiated by:

Pam Callahan
University Planner and Director of Space Management
 

Endorsed by:

The Ohio University
Executive Staff

Kathy Krendl
Executive Vice President and Provost
 

Approved by:

Roderick J. McDavis
President
 

Date of Approval
Following Last Full Review:

June 5, 2008 


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Purpose

This policy establishes the internal procedures to be used for development of the six-year Capital Improvements Plan for the Athens and regional campuses.


Plan

The procedures described below will be used to develop the six-year Capital Improvements Plan, for submission, in revised form, every two years to the Ohio Board of Regents ("OBOR"). The Plan is concerned with major new construction, major utility projects, and major renovations.

Every two years (each capital biennium), the Ohio Board of Regents issues guidelines to all state universities and colleges for preparation of their respective six-year capital improvements plans. This policy requires that Ohio University follow these guidelines from the OBOR. This policy also requires that Ohio University follow the timeline indicated in the guidelines for submission of the six-year capital improvements plans to the OBOR. This policy also requires that the six-year capital improvements plans be consistent with the Ohio University 10-year capital plans and the Vision Ohio strategies.


Policies and Procedures


I.   Assembling General Information Required by the OBOR

The University Planner, in consultation with the Facilities Planning Advisory Committee ("FPAC"), University Planning and Implementation ("UPI"), Facilities Management ("FM"), Institutional Research ("IR") and other entities as deemed necessary, shall develop and draft the general information required by the Ohio Board of Regents for the six-year capital improvements plan.

  1. FPAC. This broad-based constituent group is co-chaired by the Provost and the Vice President for Finance and Administration. The committee provides advice and consultation to the President and others as warranted on the following issues and tasks relating to this policy: oversight of all planning for major capital projects on the Athens and all regional campuses, including the 10-year major capital plan and the state biennial 6-year capital improvements plan.

  2. UPI helps develop the detailed construction cost estimates associated with major capital projects.

  3. FM provides critical information and advice pertaining to maintenance, building systems and university infrastructure needs.

  4. IR supplies institutional data as required by the OBOR.


II.   Required Approvals

The following approvals are necessary prior to submitting the six-year Capital Improvements Plan to the Ohio Board of Regents:

  1. The six-year Capital Improvements Plan must be approved by the President prior to submission to the Board of Trustees.

  2. The six-year Capital Improvements Plan must be approved, by resolution, by the Board of Trustees prior to submission to the Ohio Board of Regents.


Reviewers

Proposed revisions of this policy should be reviewed by:

  1. President

  2. Executive Vice President and Provost

  3. Executive Staff

  4. Vice President for Finance and Administration

  5. Deans and Planning Unit Heads

  6. Policy and Procedure Review Committee


Forms

There are no forms that are specific to this policy.


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Dick Piccard revised this file (http://www.ohio.edu/policy/52-100.html) on May 15, 2013.
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