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41-793. Building systems; capital improvement plans

A. The department of administration, the Arizona board of regents and the department of transportation shall each be considered as a separate building system. Subject to approval by the joint committee on capital review, the director of the department of administration shall establish additional building systems for the purpose of computing and funding building renewal. Subject to approval by the joint committee on capital review, each building system shall designate an agency that is responsible for computing building renewal needs for each fiscal year pursuant to the formula approved by the committee and for allocating appropriated building renewal monies within the building system.

B. The agency responsible for each building system established pursuant to subsection A of this section shall prepare each year a capital improvement plan that contains proposals for state spending on land acquisition, capital projects, energy systems, energy management systems and building renewal for the building system. Copies of the plan shall be submitted to the governor no later than October 15. Each plan shall include:

1. A detailed list of all land acquisition and capital projects that are recommended to be undertaken or continued for the building system during the next fiscal year, an explanation as to the need for each acquisition or project, the effect of the recommended acquisition or capital project on the future operating expenses of this state, recommendations as to the priority of recommended acquisitions or capital projects and the means of financing those acquisitions or projects.

2. Forecasts as to the requirements for land acquisition and capital projects for the building system during the two fiscal years following the fiscal year provided for in paragraph 1 of this subsection and for any additional periods as may be necessary or desirable for an adequate presentation of the capital projects and a schedule for the planning and implementation or construction of those capital projects.

3. A report on the status of all ongoing or recently completed land acquisitions and capital projects for the building system, with a summary of monies expended for each acquisition or project.

4. A report on the condition, maintenance and utilization of all buildings within the building system that were inspected during the prior fiscal year.

5. A report on the building renewal activities undertaken during the past fiscal year, including the specific purposes for which monies were expended, proposed activities for the current fiscal year and a prioritized schedule of renewal projects proposed for the following fiscal year.

6. The amount of appropriation required in the following fiscal year for building renewal as determined by the building renewal formula set forth in section 41-793.01.

C. On or before June 1 of each year or thirty days after the state legislature adjourns its regular session sine die, whichever is later, each state agency under the department of administration building system and not later than August 1 of each year each agency under the Arizona board of regents building system shall provide to the agency responsible for its building system:

1. A detailed list of land acquisition and capital projects the agency seeks to undertake or continue in the next fiscal year, an explanation as to the need for each acquisition or project, the effect of the acquisitions or capital projects on future operating expenses of this state, including energy systems and energy management systems, and other relevant supporting data requested by the agency responsible for the building system.

2. Forecasts as to the requirements for land acquisition or capital projects of the agency for the two fiscal years following the fiscal year provided for in paragraph 1 of this subsection and for any additional periods as may be necessary or desirable for the adequate presentation of the capital projects and a schedule for the planning and implementation or construction of those capital projects.

3. A report on all ongoing or recently completed land acquisitions and capital projects of the agency, with a summary of monies expended for each acquisition or project, and energy consumption and expenditure information.

4. Any other information requested by the agency responsible for the building system.

D. Each state agency in complying with subsection C, paragraph 1 of this section and the agency responsible for each building system in complying with subsection B, paragraph 1 of this section should give priority to fire and life safety projects.

E. The agency responsible for a building system shall inspect the condition, maintenance and utilization of each building within the building system not less than once every four fiscal years and shall report its findings pursuant to subsection B of this section. For purposes of complying with this requirement, the agency responsible for each building system shall inspect approximately fifty per cent of its buildings within the first two years of the four year cycle. The agency shall inspect the other fifty per cent of the buildings in the remaining two years of the four year cycle.

F. The governor shall prescribe standard forms in accordance with the provisions of this section to be used by state agencies in preparing and submitting capital improvement plans. The forms prescribed shall be so constructed as to allow each building system to adequately provide information pertinent to its manner of operation.

G. Each plan, forecast and report required for two or more fiscal years in this section shall be delineated separately for each year.

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Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-793

41-793. Building systems; capital improvement plans

A. The department of administration, the Arizona board of regents and the department of transportation shall each be considered as a separate building system. Subject to approval by the joint committee on capital review, the director of the department of administration shall establish additional building systems for the purpose of computing and funding building renewal. Subject to approval by the joint committee on capital review, each building system shall designate an agency that is responsible for computing building renewal needs for each fiscal year pursuant to the formula approved by the committee and for allocating appropriated building renewal monies within the building system.

B. The agency responsible for each building system established pursuant to subsection A of this section shall prepare each year a capital improvement plan that contains proposals for state spending on land acquisition, capital projects, energy systems, energy management systems and building renewal for the building system. Copies of the plan shall be submitted to the governor no later than October 15. Each plan shall include:

1. A detailed list of all land acquisition and capital projects that are recommended to be undertaken or continued for the building system during the next fiscal year, an explanation as to the need for each acquisition or project, the effect of the recommended acquisition or capital project on the future operating expenses of this state, recommendations as to the priority of recommended acquisitions or capital projects and the means of financing those acquisitions or projects.

2. Forecasts as to the requirements for land acquisition and capital projects for the building system during the two fiscal years following the fiscal year provided for in paragraph 1 of this subsection and for any additional periods as may be necessary or desirable for an adequate presentation of the capital projects and a schedule for the planning and implementation or construction of those capital projects.

3. A report on the status of all ongoing or recently completed land acquisitions and capital projects for the building system, with a summary of monies expended for each acquisition or project.

4. A report on the condition, maintenance and utilization of all buildings within the building system that were inspected during the prior fiscal year.

5. A report on the building renewal activities undertaken during the past fiscal year, including the specific purposes for which monies were expended, proposed activities for the current fiscal year and a prioritized schedule of renewal projects proposed for the following fiscal year.

6. The amount of appropriation required in the following fiscal year for building renewal as determined by the building renewal formula set forth in section 41-793.01.

C. On or before June 1 of each year or thirty days after the state legislature adjourns its regular session sine die, whichever is later, each state agency under the department of administration building system and not later than August 1 of each year each agency under the Arizona board of regents building system shall provide to the agency responsible for its building system:

1. A detailed list of land acquisition and capital projects the agency seeks to undertake or continue in the next fiscal year, an explanation as to the need for each acquisition or project, the effect of the acquisitions or capital projects on future operating expenses of this state, including energy systems and energy management systems, and other relevant supporting data requested by the agency responsible for the building system.

2. Forecasts as to the requirements for land acquisition or capital projects of the agency for the two fiscal years following the fiscal year provided for in paragraph 1 of this subsection and for any additional periods as may be necessary or desirable for the adequate presentation of the capital projects and a schedule for the planning and implementation or construction of those capital projects.

3. A report on all ongoing or recently completed land acquisitions and capital projects of the agency, with a summary of monies expended for each acquisition or project, and energy consumption and expenditure information.

4. Any other information requested by the agency responsible for the building system.

D. Each state agency in complying with subsection C, paragraph 1 of this section and the agency responsible for each building system in complying with subsection B, paragraph 1 of this section should give priority to fire and life safety projects.

E. The agency responsible for a building system shall inspect the condition, maintenance and utilization of each building within the building system not less than once every four fiscal years and shall report its findings pursuant to subsection B of this section. For purposes of complying with this requirement, the agency responsible for each building system shall inspect approximately fifty per cent of its buildings within the first two years of the four year cycle. The agency shall inspect the other fifty per cent of the buildings in the remaining two years of the four year cycle.

F. The governor shall prescribe standard forms in accordance with the provisions of this section to be used by state agencies in preparing and submitting capital improvement plans. The forms prescribed shall be so constructed as to allow each building system to adequately provide information pertinent to its manner of operation.

G. Each plan, forecast and report required for two or more fiscal years in this section shall be delineated separately for each year.


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Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-793

41-793. Building systems; capital improvement plans

A. The department of administration, the Arizona board of regents and the department of transportation shall each be considered as a separate building system. Subject to approval by the joint committee on capital review, the director of the department of administration shall establish additional building systems for the purpose of computing and funding building renewal. Subject to approval by the joint committee on capital review, each building system shall designate an agency that is responsible for computing building renewal needs for each fiscal year pursuant to the formula approved by the committee and for allocating appropriated building renewal monies within the building system.

B. The agency responsible for each building system established pursuant to subsection A of this section shall prepare each year a capital improvement plan that contains proposals for state spending on land acquisition, capital projects, energy systems, energy management systems and building renewal for the building system. Copies of the plan shall be submitted to the governor no later than October 15. Each plan shall include:

1. A detailed list of all land acquisition and capital projects that are recommended to be undertaken or continued for the building system during the next fiscal year, an explanation as to the need for each acquisition or project, the effect of the recommended acquisition or capital project on the future operating expenses of this state, recommendations as to the priority of recommended acquisitions or capital projects and the means of financing those acquisitions or projects.

2. Forecasts as to the requirements for land acquisition and capital projects for the building system during the two fiscal years following the fiscal year provided for in paragraph 1 of this subsection and for any additional periods as may be necessary or desirable for an adequate presentation of the capital projects and a schedule for the planning and implementation or construction of those capital projects.

3. A report on the status of all ongoing or recently completed land acquisitions and capital projects for the building system, with a summary of monies expended for each acquisition or project.

4. A report on the condition, maintenance and utilization of all buildings within the building system that were inspected during the prior fiscal year.

5. A report on the building renewal activities undertaken during the past fiscal year, including the specific purposes for which monies were expended, proposed activities for the current fiscal year and a prioritized schedule of renewal projects proposed for the following fiscal year.

6. The amount of appropriation required in the following fiscal year for building renewal as determined by the building renewal formula set forth in section 41-793.01.

C. On or before June 1 of each year or thirty days after the state legislature adjourns its regular session sine die, whichever is later, each state agency under the department of administration building system and not later than August 1 of each year each agency under the Arizona board of regents building system shall provide to the agency responsible for its building system:

1. A detailed list of land acquisition and capital projects the agency seeks to undertake or continue in the next fiscal year, an explanation as to the need for each acquisition or project, the effect of the acquisitions or capital projects on future operating expenses of this state, including energy systems and energy management systems, and other relevant supporting data requested by the agency responsible for the building system.

2. Forecasts as to the requirements for land acquisition or capital projects of the agency for the two fiscal years following the fiscal year provided for in paragraph 1 of this subsection and for any additional periods as may be necessary or desirable for the adequate presentation of the capital projects and a schedule for the planning and implementation or construction of those capital projects.

3. A report on all ongoing or recently completed land acquisitions and capital projects of the agency, with a summary of monies expended for each acquisition or project, and energy consumption and expenditure information.

4. Any other information requested by the agency responsible for the building system.

D. Each state agency in complying with subsection C, paragraph 1 of this section and the agency responsible for each building system in complying with subsection B, paragraph 1 of this section should give priority to fire and life safety projects.

E. The agency responsible for a building system shall inspect the condition, maintenance and utilization of each building within the building system not less than once every four fiscal years and shall report its findings pursuant to subsection B of this section. For purposes of complying with this requirement, the agency responsible for each building system shall inspect approximately fifty per cent of its buildings within the first two years of the four year cycle. The agency shall inspect the other fifty per cent of the buildings in the remaining two years of the four year cycle.

F. The governor shall prescribe standard forms in accordance with the provisions of this section to be used by state agencies in preparing and submitting capital improvement plans. The forms prescribed shall be so constructed as to allow each building system to adequately provide information pertinent to its manner of operation.

G. Each plan, forecast and report required for two or more fiscal years in this section shall be delineated separately for each year.

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