6.6 Facilities Maintenance and Repair including Revenue Fund Facilities

Board Policies
Chapter 6 - Facilities Management

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Part 1. Policy Statement
It is the policy of the Board of Trustees that long-range plans be developed addressing the physical plant needs of the system office, colleges, and universities. The Board of Trustees strongly supports a sustained level of funding to address infrastructure needs, backlog of deferred maintenance and ongoing annual preventive maintenance, energy efficiency, repair and renewal.

Part 2. Responsibilities
The chancellor is responsible for periodic communications, reporting, and oversight of facilities maintenance and repair funds. The chancellor shall develop and implement processes by which the physical condition of system facilities can be assessed and gauged, and shall determine targets for annual operating budgets for campus-funded repair and replacement (R&R). The presidents shall budget for adequate maintenance, repair and replacement of campus facilities and grounds including those facilities under the Revenue Fund (e.g., residence halls, student unions, parking facilities and dining services).

Part 3. Accountability/Reporting
Periodic reports will be presented to the Board of Trustees on facilities condition assessments and capital requirements for capital renewal.


Related Documents:

  • Future Procedure 6.6.1, Facilities Maintenance and Repair
  • Future Procedure 6.4.4, Multi-year Major Maintenance and Repair

Date of Implementation: 06/21/00
Date of Adoption: 06/21/00

Date & Subject of Revisions:

11/16/11 - Effective 1/1/12, the Board of Trustees amends all board policies to change the term "Office of the Chancellor" to "system office," and to make necessary related grammatical changes.

05/19/10 - amended to require the chancellor to develop and implement processes by which the physical condition of system facilities can be assessed and gauged, and determine targets for annual operating budgets for campus-funded repair and replacement (R&R).

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