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, always use the most current form as annually, minor changes may occurred.
OSA ANNUAL REPORTS
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, information on acquisitions and disposition of state property, and a listing of statewide leases.
(Due to the size of the Annual Reports you might encounter a slow download)
FY15-16 Annual Report (December 2014) (15.5 mb)
FY14-15 Annual Report (December 2013) (18 mb)
FY13-14 Annual Report (December 2012) (18.3 mb)
FY12-13 Annual Report (December 2011) (19.1 mb)
FY11-12 Annual Report (December 2010) (17.8 mb)