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53B-20-103. Powers of state board -- Capital facilities projects -- Exceptions.
(1) As used in this section, "capital facilities projects and buildings" includes any one ormore institutional projects and buildings.
(2) The board, on behalf of the institutions of higher education, may:
(a) acquire, purchase, construct, improve, remodel, add to, and extend capital facilitiesprojects and buildings including necessary and related utilities;
(b) accept buildings, land, or a combination of buildings and land, donated to an eligiblehigher education institution without obtaining approval of the donation from the director of theDivision of Facilities Construction and Management;
(c) acquire necessary and suitable equipment, furnishings, and land for institutionalprojects and buildings;
(d) set aside portions of campuses for institutional projects and buildings;
(e) maintain and operate institutional projects and buildings; and
(f) impose and collect rents, fees, and charges for the use of institutional projects andbuildings.
(3) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, if a donor donates land to an eligibleinstitution of higher education and commits to build a building or buildings on that land, and theinstitution agrees to provide funds for the operations and maintenance costs from sources otherthan state funds, and agrees that the building or buildings will not be eligible for state capitalimprovement funding, the higher education institution may:
(a) oversee and manage the construction without involvement, oversight, or managementfrom the Division of Facilities Construction and Management; or
(b) arrange for management of the project by the Division of Facilities Construction andManagement.

Amended by Chapter 342, 1998 General Session

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Utah > Title-53b > Chapter-20 > 53b-20-103

53B-20-103. Powers of state board -- Capital facilities projects -- Exceptions.
(1) As used in this section, "capital facilities projects and buildings" includes any one ormore institutional projects and buildings.
(2) The board, on behalf of the institutions of higher education, may:
(a) acquire, purchase, construct, improve, remodel, add to, and extend capital facilitiesprojects and buildings including necessary and related utilities;
(b) accept buildings, land, or a combination of buildings and land, donated to an eligiblehigher education institution without obtaining approval of the donation from the director of theDivision of Facilities Construction and Management;
(c) acquire necessary and suitable equipment, furnishings, and land for institutionalprojects and buildings;
(d) set aside portions of campuses for institutional projects and buildings;
(e) maintain and operate institutional projects and buildings; and
(f) impose and collect rents, fees, and charges for the use of institutional projects andbuildings.
(3) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, if a donor donates land to an eligibleinstitution of higher education and commits to build a building or buildings on that land, and theinstitution agrees to provide funds for the operations and maintenance costs from sources otherthan state funds, and agrees that the building or buildings will not be eligible for state capitalimprovement funding, the higher education institution may:
(a) oversee and manage the construction without involvement, oversight, or managementfrom the Division of Facilities Construction and Management; or
(b) arrange for management of the project by the Division of Facilities Construction andManagement.

Amended by Chapter 342, 1998 General Session


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Utah > Title-53b > Chapter-20 > 53b-20-103

53B-20-103. Powers of state board -- Capital facilities projects -- Exceptions.
(1) As used in this section, "capital facilities projects and buildings" includes any one ormore institutional projects and buildings.
(2) The board, on behalf of the institutions of higher education, may:
(a) acquire, purchase, construct, improve, remodel, add to, and extend capital facilitiesprojects and buildings including necessary and related utilities;
(b) accept buildings, land, or a combination of buildings and land, donated to an eligiblehigher education institution without obtaining approval of the donation from the director of theDivision of Facilities Construction and Management;
(c) acquire necessary and suitable equipment, furnishings, and land for institutionalprojects and buildings;
(d) set aside portions of campuses for institutional projects and buildings;
(e) maintain and operate institutional projects and buildings; and
(f) impose and collect rents, fees, and charges for the use of institutional projects andbuildings.
(3) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, if a donor donates land to an eligibleinstitution of higher education and commits to build a building or buildings on that land, and theinstitution agrees to provide funds for the operations and maintenance costs from sources otherthan state funds, and agrees that the building or buildings will not be eligible for state capitalimprovement funding, the higher education institution may:
(a) oversee and manage the construction without involvement, oversight, or managementfrom the Division of Facilities Construction and Management; or
(b) arrange for management of the project by the Division of Facilities Construction andManagement.

Amended by Chapter 342, 1998 General Session

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