SB Capital Construction and Controlled Maintenance
Capital construction is defined in statute, C.R.S. 24-30-1301(1), as the purchase of land and the purchase, construction, or demolition of buildings or other physical facilities including utilities, to make physical changes necessitated by changes in the program to meet standards required by applicable codes, to correct other conditions hazardous to the health and safety of persons which are not covered by codes, to effect conservation of energy resources, to effect cost savings for staffing, operations, or maintenance of the facility, or to improve appearance.
State agencies request approval and funding of capital construction projects through the Office of State Planning and Budgeting (OSPB). Institutions of higher education request approval and funding of capital construction projects through the Colorado Department of Higher Education (CDHE).
Controlled maintenance is defined in statute, C.R.S. 24-30-1301(2), as corrective repairs or replacement of existing state-owned, general-funded buildings and other physical facilities, including but not limited to utilities and site improvements, which are suitable for retention and use for at least five years, and replacement and repair of the fixed equipment necessary for the operation of such facilities, when such work is not funded in an agency's operating budget to be accomplished by the agency's physical plant staff.
Both state agencies and institutions of higher education request approval and funding of controlled maintenance projects through State Buildings Programs.
Controlled Maintenance Instructions and Forms
Two new forms were added this year and one form returned from a previous year. The two new documents are the Agency Controlled Maintenance Submittal/Transmittal Leffer (OSA CMT-1) and the High Performance Certification Program form (EMP HPCP-1). The Vacant Facilities Management Plan form (SBP CM-6) returned because the collecting of vacant facilities is still required in statute and only the reporting was removed with the passage of HB07-1336. Minor changes may have occured in all forms, but agencies can either edit/modify their previous year's forms to match this year's Fiscal Year Date and minor changes or use the current Fiscal Year Date forms.
Controlled Maintenance Instructions
Controlled Maintenance Summary Request (CM-01)
Agency Asset Management Maintenance Strategy (CM-02.1)
Controlled Maintenance Project Request (CM-03)
Agency Specific Spreadsheet Template
OSA Annual Reports Presented to the Capital Development Committee including the recommended statewide prioritized Controlled Maintenance list of state agencies and institutions of higher education Five Year Plans of projected Controlled Maintenance Needs and status reports of previously funded Controlled Maintenance and Capital Construction projects.
(Due to the size of the Annual Reports you might encounter a slow download)
FY09-10 Annual Report (January 2009) (22.4 mb)
FY10-11 Annual Report (December 2009) (17.7 mb)
FY11-12 Annual Report (December 2010) (17.8 mb)
FY12-13 Annual Report (December 2011) (19.1 mb)
FY13-14 Annual Report (December 2012) (18.3 mb)
Various Legislative reports outlining state agencies and institutions of higher education Capital Construction Needs in Two Year Cash Projections and Five Year General Fund Projections. (Please refer to the specific agency or institution for more information).
Two-Year Projection of Cash Need - December 6, 2011
Two-Year Projection of Cash Need - March 15, 2012 Adams State College
Two-Year Projection of Cash Need - January 26, 2012
Two-Year Projection of Cash Need - August 13, 2012
Two-Year Projection of Cash Need - August 18, 2012
Two-Year Projection of Cash Need - October 22, 2012
Cash-Funded Request from Various State Departments
Two-Year Projection of Cash Need - April 5, 2012
Five Year Capital Construction Projections