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41-793.02. Renovation or replacement of state buildings; building life extension study; definition

A. To ensure that proper consideration is given to economically effective options for extending the life of an existing building, the agency responsible for each building system that is established pursuant to section 41-793, subsection A may support each request for funding of the renovation and shall support each request for funding of the replacement of a building with a floor area greater than twenty-five thousand square feet with a building life extension study.

B. The building life extension study shall calculate:

1. The current service life of the building by considering:

(a) The design life of the major components of the building.

(b) The installed cost of the major components.

(c) The remaining useful life of the major components.

2. The cost of extending the service life by five, ten and twenty-five years respectively.

C. The agency shall compare the calculations with the proposed cost and extended service life of the proposed renovated or replaced building.

D. For the purposes of this section, "major component" includes the following elements of a building:

1. Foundation.

2. Roofing.

3. Interior construction.

4. Plumbing.

5. Electrical systems.

6. Heating and cooling systems.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-793.02

41-793.02. Renovation or replacement of state buildings; building life extension study; definition

A. To ensure that proper consideration is given to economically effective options for extending the life of an existing building, the agency responsible for each building system that is established pursuant to section 41-793, subsection A may support each request for funding of the renovation and shall support each request for funding of the replacement of a building with a floor area greater than twenty-five thousand square feet with a building life extension study.

B. The building life extension study shall calculate:

1. The current service life of the building by considering:

(a) The design life of the major components of the building.

(b) The installed cost of the major components.

(c) The remaining useful life of the major components.

2. The cost of extending the service life by five, ten and twenty-five years respectively.

C. The agency shall compare the calculations with the proposed cost and extended service life of the proposed renovated or replaced building.

D. For the purposes of this section, "major component" includes the following elements of a building:

1. Foundation.

2. Roofing.

3. Interior construction.

4. Plumbing.

5. Electrical systems.

6. Heating and cooling systems.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-793.02

41-793.02. Renovation or replacement of state buildings; building life extension study; definition

A. To ensure that proper consideration is given to economically effective options for extending the life of an existing building, the agency responsible for each building system that is established pursuant to section 41-793, subsection A may support each request for funding of the renovation and shall support each request for funding of the replacement of a building with a floor area greater than twenty-five thousand square feet with a building life extension study.

B. The building life extension study shall calculate:

1. The current service life of the building by considering:

(a) The design life of the major components of the building.

(b) The installed cost of the major components.

(c) The remaining useful life of the major components.

2. The cost of extending the service life by five, ten and twenty-five years respectively.

C. The agency shall compare the calculations with the proposed cost and extended service life of the proposed renovated or replaced building.

D. For the purposes of this section, "major component" includes the following elements of a building:

1. Foundation.

2. Roofing.

3. Interior construction.

4. Plumbing.

5. Electrical systems.

6. Heating and cooling systems.

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