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1 State University Construction Fund State University of New York Presentation to SUNY PPAA by The State University Construction Fund and The Office for Capital Facilities July 22, 2010 The State University of New York

2 State University Construction Fund Capital Program Update (Bob Haelen) Capital Program Update (Bob Haelen) State Budget Process State Budget Process Enacted 2010/2011 SUNY Capital Budget Enacted 2010/2011 SUNY Capital Budget 2010/2011 State Financial Plan 2010/2011 State Financial Plan PHEEIA PHEEIA 2 Construction Fund Update

3 State University Construction Fund Construction Fund Update Planning for 2010/2011 and Beyond (Bob Fraser) Planning for 2010/2011 and Beyond (Bob Fraser) Managing Projects Through Risk Analysis and Schedules Managing Projects Through Risk Analysis and Schedules Facility Master Planning Efforts Facility Master Planning Efforts Progress on Achieving a State of Good Repair Progress on Achieving a State of Good Repair Other Items to Cooperatively Manage Other Items to Cooperatively Manage 3

4 State University Construction Fund Construction Fund Update Current State of the Construction Market (Andy Victors) Current State of the Construction Market (Andy Victors) What the Bid Results tell us about the Market What the Bid Results tell us about the Market Review of Current Market Indicators Review of Current Market Indicators Educated Guess on Market Direction Educated Guess on Market Direction Benefits of Communication Benefits of Communication Project Budgeting Tools Project Budgeting Tools 4

5 State University Construction Fund CAPITAL PROGRAM UPDATE 5

6 State University Construction Fund 6 State Budget Process State Budget Process --- Are We In? Are We Out? What do we say this week? This cant be real… State Budget Process --- Are We In? Are We Out? What do we say this week? This cant be real… 9, 10, 11, 12 weekly extender bills 9, 10, 11, 12 weekly extender bills Weekly updates to campuses – when possible Weekly updates to campuses – when possible Required constant communication with DoB Required constant communication with DoB Period of uncertainty and stress Period of uncertainty and stress Part of a strategy by the Governor to force the Legislature to enact a budget Part of a strategy by the Governor to force the Legislature to enact a budget Post Mortem Post Mortem

7 State University Construction Fund April 2010 April 2010 Four Extender Bills in April Four Extender Bills in April Able to pay for pre-April 1 st services because capital appropriations were still active and covered pre-April 1 st liabilities Able to pay for pre-April 1 st services because capital appropriations were still active and covered pre-April 1 st liabilities Unable to pay for services performed after April 1 st Unable to pay for services performed after April 1 st Unable to execute new contracts including amendments Unable to execute new contracts including amendments Continued to bid projects and select consultants Continued to bid projects and select consultants 7 State Budget Process State Budget Process

8 State University Construction Fund May 2010 May 2010 Exhausted Bond Proceeds and unable to fully repay the State for services provided prior to April 1st Exhausted Bond Proceeds and unable to fully repay the State for services provided prior to April 1st DASNY unable to issue bonds due to lack of explicit capital appropriation language DASNY unable to issue bonds due to lack of explicit capital appropriation language IOU to the State continued to grow IOU to the State continued to grow May 17 th Extender Bill (#7) included language to bond, but not to pay post April 1 st liabilities May 17 th Extender Bill (#7) included language to bond, but not to pay post April 1 st liabilities Survey sent to campuses to determine amount of unpaid bills Survey sent to campuses to determine amount of unpaid bills May 29 th Extender Bill (#8) included $15M for post-April 1 st through April 11 th liabilities May 29 th Extender Bill (#8) included $15M for post-April 1 st through April 11 th liabilities DoB counted on a 30-day payment cycle DoB counted on a 30-day payment cycle 8 State Budget Process State Budget Process

9 State University Construction Fund June 2010 June 2010 $800 M in bonds sold on June 3 rd $800 M in bonds sold on June 3 rd State was repaid $99 M as soon as the bonds sold State was repaid $99 M as soon as the bonds sold Campus survey of unpaid bills continued Campus survey of unpaid bills continued Extender Bills increased the amounts available for post April 1 st liabilities by $75 M, then $200 M, then $300; Still limited the post April 1 st liability period Extender Bills increased the amounts available for post April 1 st liabilities by $75 M, then $200 M, then $300; Still limited the post April 1 st liability period Amendments to existing contracts were eventually included Amendments to existing contracts were eventually included Unable to execute new contracts Unable to execute new contracts June 29 th 2010/2011 Capital Budget enacted (Whew!) June 29 th 2010/2011 Capital Budget enacted (Whew!) 9 State Budget Process State Budget Process

10 State University Construction Fund Fund Operations Fund Operations Fiscal year same as the States – March 31st Fiscal year same as the States – March 31st Relied upon weekly extender bills to remain open Relied upon weekly extender bills to remain open At one point, faced with possible shutdown along with other State entities At one point, faced with possible shutdown along with other State entities Had to interpret the various proposals for furloughs, no travel, withholding COLAs, etc. Had to interpret the various proposals for furloughs, no travel, withholding COLAs, etc. Permanent relief not available until the Budget was enacted at the end of June Permanent relief not available until the Budget was enacted at the end of June 10 State Budget Process State Budget Process

11 State University Construction Fund 2010/2011 Capital Budget 2010/2011 Capital Budget Capital Budget finally approved at the end of June 2010 Capital Budget finally approved at the end of June 2010 Full re-appropriation authorization of $7 Billion for all SUNY programs Full re-appropriation authorization of $7 Billion for all SUNY programs $550M for Critical Maintenance at State Operated Campuses $550M for Critical Maintenance at State Operated Campuses $22.7M for Community Colleges $22.7M for Community Colleges No new appropriations for Residence Halls or Hospitals No new appropriations for Residence Halls or Hospitals Access to new appropriations requires DOB approval Access to new appropriations requires DOB approval 11 2010/2011 Capital Budget

12 State University Construction Fund 12 Cumulative Capital Disbursements (All Projects)

13 State University Construction Fund Cumulative Capital Commitments (All Projects) 13

14 State University Construction Fund 14 State Financial Plan-Bonding - $900M to $1 Billion State Financial Plan-Bonding - $900M to $1 Billion Educational and Hospital Facilities Program is on a cash disbursement basis Educational and Hospital Facilities Program is on a cash disbursement basis $800M bonded in June 2010 for State Operated Educational Facilities Hospitals $800M bonded in June 2010 for State Operated Educational Facilities Hospitals Estimated to fund the program until January 2011 Estimated to fund the program until January 2011 Another bond sale is tentatively scheduled for Fall to include the remainder of the programs funding and Community Colleges Another bond sale is tentatively scheduled for Fall to include the remainder of the programs funding and Community Colleges 2010/2011 State Financial Plan

15 State University Construction Fund 15 State Financial Plan-ITS ALL ABOUT CASH State Financial Plan-ITS ALL ABOUT CASH Appropriations authorizes contracting and spending Appropriations authorizes contracting and spending Appropriations are permissive and requires a Budget Certificate Appropriations are permissive and requires a Budget Certificate State Financial plan determines capital commitment and disbursement levels (Fiscal Year) State Financial plan determines capital commitment and disbursement levels (Fiscal Year) These are translated into bonding levels needed to fund disbursements (Bond Year) These are translated into bonding levels needed to fund disbursements (Bond Year) Bond amounts are subject to caps and the States process Bond amounts are subject to caps and the States process Complicated process which needs to be managed Complicated process which needs to be managed 2010/2011 State Financial Plan

16 State University Construction Fund 16

17 State University Construction Fund 17 Annual Commitment Levels

18 State University Construction Fund Allows the Construction Fund to use alternate project delivery methods, including design/build and construction manager at risk; Allows the Construction Fund to use alternate project delivery methods, including design/build and construction manager at risk; Eliminates State Comptroller/Attorney General pre-approval of Construction Fund contracts; Eliminates State Comptroller/Attorney General pre-approval of Construction Fund contracts; Allows Fund procurements to be subject only to procurement guidelines adopted by the Fund Trustees; Allows Fund procurements to be subject only to procurement guidelines adopted by the Fund Trustees; Allows the Fund to be off budget for its administrative costs; and Allows the Fund to be off budget for its administrative costs; and Authorizes DASNY to finance/construct facilities on behalf of SUNY and community college affiliates Authorizes DASNY to finance/construct facilities on behalf of SUNY and community college affiliates 18 Public Higher Education Empowerment and Innovation Act

19 State University Construction Fund PLANNING FOR 2010/2011 AND BEYOND 19

20 State University Construction Fund Managing Projects Through Risk Analysis and Schedules Managing Projects Through Risk Analysis and Schedules 20 Managing the Project

21 State University Construction Fund FACILITIES MASTER PLAN STATUS 21

22 State University Construction Fund FMP Intent 22 Utilize a consistent system wide approach to generate Campus specific plans Utilize a consistent system wide approach to generate Campus specific plans Plan capital improvements that support Campus academic mission and strategic vision Plan capital improvements that support Campus academic mission and strategic vision Address the projected capital improvement needs of the Campus for a 10 year period Address the projected capital improvement needs of the Campus for a 10 year period Guide the Campus in identifying, prioritizing, and structuring future project requests for capital funding Guide the Campus in identifying, prioritizing, and structuring future project requests for capital funding

23 State University Construction Fund FMP Structure Boilerplate Basic Scope System Wide Boilerplate Basic Scope System Wide Individual Campus Consultants Individual Campus Consultants Funded by SUCF (Not Charged to Campus Checkbook) Funded by SUCF (Not Charged to Campus Checkbook) Additional Requested Services Funded by Campus Additional Requested Services Funded by Campus 18 Month Maximum Duration 18 Month Maximum Duration 23

24 State University Construction Fund FMP Phases Phase I: Campus Profile Phase I: Campus Profile The Consultant shall become familiar with the Campus and its characteristics including historical background, academic and strategic mission, statistical data, and its facilities and grounds The Consultant shall become familiar with the Campus and its characteristics including historical background, academic and strategic mission, statistical data, and its facilities and grounds Phase II: Assessment of Conditions Phase II: Assessment of Conditions The Consultant shall assess the physical and operating condition of the campus facilities and grounds The Consultant shall assess the physical and operating condition of the campus facilities and grounds 24

25 State University Construction Fund FMP Phases (contd) Phase III: Analysis of Space Needs Phase III: Analysis of Space Needs The Consultant shall compile and analyze the current and future programmatic needs of the Campus, and calculate the associated facilities space requirements The Consultant shall compile and analyze the current and future programmatic needs of the Campus, and calculate the associated facilities space requirements Phase IV: Facilities Master Plan Concept Alternatives Phase IV: Facilities Master Plan Concept Alternatives The Consultant shall develop a minimum of three (3) concept alternatives for the Facilities Master Plan The Consultant shall develop a minimum of three (3) concept alternatives for the Facilities Master Plan 25

26 State University Construction Fund FMP Phases (contd) Phase V: Facilities Master Plan Final Recommendation Phase V: Facilities Master Plan Final Recommendation The Consultant shall address comments and issues raised with the concept alternatives to develop a final recommendation for the Facilities Master Plan The Consultant shall address comments and issues raised with the concept alternatives to develop a final recommendation for the Facilities Master Plan 26

27 State University Construction Fund FMP Fun Facts Advertised first round FMPs June, 2008 Advertised first round FMPs June, 2008 Complete all FMPs, Spring 2012 Complete all FMPs, Spring 2012 32 Individual Campus FMP Agreements 32 Individual Campus FMP Agreements 19 Different Planning Consultants 19 Different Planning Consultants $24M in Total Fees $24M in Total Fees 27

28 State University Construction Fund FMP Status 28 Round 1 – 7 Campuses Round 1 – 7 Campuses Final Phases, Complete by Year End Final Phases, Complete by Year End Round 2 – 10 Campuses Round 2 – 10 Campuses Nearing 50%, Complete by Next Summer Nearing 50%, Complete by Next Summer Round 3 – 3 Campuses Round 3 – 3 Campuses 3 Recently Started, Complete by Next Winter 3 Recently Started, Complete by Next Winter Round 4 – 12 Campuses Round 4 – 12 Campuses 12 Ready to Start (OSC), Complete by Spring 2012 12 Ready to Start (OSC), Complete by Spring 2012

29 State University Construction Fund FMP Next Steps Round 1 Round 1 Finalize Campus Deliverables Finalize Campus Deliverables Compile System Data and Findings Compile System Data and Findings Round 2 Round 2 Assess Future Departmental Space Needs Assess Future Departmental Space Needs Begin Plan Concepts Begin Plan Concepts Rounds 3 and 4 Rounds 3 and 4 Initiate, Assess Conditions and Space Needs Initiate, Assess Conditions and Space Needs Formulate strategic approach to requesting future funding based on system wide results Formulate strategic approach to requesting future funding based on system wide results 29

30 State University Construction Fund FMP Application Identify Enrollment and Program Driven Facilities Needs Identify Enrollment and Program Driven Facilities Needs Integrate BCAS and Academic Needs in Planning Capital Facilities Investments Integrate BCAS and Academic Needs in Planning Capital Facilities Investments Support SUNY System Wide Strategic Planning Support SUNY System Wide Strategic Planning Establish 2013-2018 (five – year) SUNY Capital Improvement Plan Funding Request Establish 2013-2018 (five – year) SUNY Capital Improvement Plan Funding Request 30

31 State University Construction Fund FMP First Uses Alignment with SUNY's Strategic Plan Alignment with SUNY's Strategic Plan The Power of The Power of Aid in strategic approach to capital planning Aid in strategic approach to capital planning 2013 SUNY Capital Budget Request for Multi-Year Capital Plan for 2013-2018 2013 SUNY Capital Budget Request for Multi-Year Capital Plan for 2013-2018 Needs to be completed by Summer/Fall 2012 Needs to be completed by Summer/Fall 2012 31

32 State University Construction Fund 2010/2011 Capital Budget Request This years 2011/2012 Capital Budget Request This years 2011/2012 Capital Budget Request Critical Maintenance Only Critical Maintenance Only Always be prepared with Strategic Initiatives Always be prepared with Strategic Initiatives 32

33 State University Construction Fund Achieving a State of Good Repair Funding based on achieving a good state of repair Funding based on achieving a good state of repair Critical Maintenance Funding based on the 2007 Capital Reinvestment Study Critical Maintenance Funding based on the 2007 Capital Reinvestment Study We will soon need to report on all of the good work accomplished with the funding provided We will soon need to report on all of the good work accomplished with the funding provided Report Back on Progress Made Addressing Critical Maintenance Needs: Report Back on Progress Made Addressing Critical Maintenance Needs: Update BCAS (Building Condition Assessment Survey) Update BCAS (Building Condition Assessment Survey) 33

34 State University Construction Fund SEQR multiple projects concurrently on a campus SEQR multiple projects concurrently on a campus Master Capital Plan Report Master Capital Plan Report Statutory Requirement Statutory Requirement Campus Statement/Maps/Project Photos Campus Statement/Maps/Project Photos Initiation letter shortly Initiation letter shortly B-1184 Process B-1184 Process Economic Development Funding - Whos Responsible Economic Development Funding - Whos Responsible Post Occupancy Survey (in development) Post Occupancy Survey (in development) 34 Other Items to Cooperatively Manage

35 State University Construction Fund Capital Planning Questions? Questions? Answers! Answers! 35

36 State University Construction Fund CURRENT STATE OF THE CONSTRUCTION MARKET 36

37 State University Construction Fund 37 What the bid results tell us about the market What the bid results tell us about the market Review of current market indicators Review of current market indicators Educated guess on market direction Educated guess on market direction Benefits of communication Benefits of communication Project budgeting tools Project budgeting tools Construction Market Update

38 State University Construction Fund 38 What bid results tell us last year CF bids for all regions, FY 2009: CF bids for all regions, FY 2009: Low bids were 14.6% below budget; median 7% below Low bids were 14.6% below budget; median 7% below Average 9 bidders per project; 67 projects Average 9 bidders per project; 67 projects Highest spread (low vs. high) was Downstate, 26%; has the highest number of bids per project at 13 Highest spread (low vs. high) was Downstate, 26%; has the highest number of bids per project at 13 Lowest spread (tight bids) was Western NY, 4.4%; relatively low number of bids per project at 8 Lowest spread (tight bids) was Western NY, 4.4%; relatively low number of bids per project at 8

39 State University Construction Fund 39 What bid results tell us this year CF bids for all regions, so far in FY 2010: CF bids for all regions, so far in FY 2010: Low bids are 10.1% below budget; median 1% below Low bids are 10.1% below budget; median 1% below Average 10 bidders per project; 17 projects Average 10 bidders per project; 17 projects Generally, regional trends are holding, except for Western NY which has seen more bidders for projects Generally, regional trends are holding, except for Western NY which has seen more bidders for projects

40 State University Construction Fund 40 Meaning for the (near) future Enjoy a highly competitive market Enjoy a highly competitive market Plan to see more old standby contractors bidding public work Plan to see more old standby contractors bidding public work Plan also for the newbie contractors looking to expand their horizons Plan also for the newbie contractors looking to expand their horizons Consider strategies for capturing unspent capital funds, i.e. using alternates, additional projects Consider strategies for capturing unspent capital funds, i.e. using alternates, additional projects Turn short-term gain into long-term gain Turn short-term gain into long-term gain

41 State University Construction Fund 41 Meaning for the (near) future Watch for the pitfalls Watch for the pitfalls Contractor default risk – Would you like the bonding company to finish your job? Contractor default risk – Would you like the bonding company to finish your job? Potential for contractors poor leadership skills Potential for contractors poor leadership skills Change orders and claims Change orders and claims Financial stress on numerous parties Financial stress on numerous parties Contractors having trouble making payments to subs and supply houses (project delay risk) Contractors having trouble making payments to subs and supply houses (project delay risk) Frustrated and stressed craft employees (quality, safety) Frustrated and stressed craft employees (quality, safety)

42 State University Construction Fund 42 Meaning for the (farther) future Dont assume a rosy scenario for future budgets Dont assume a rosy scenario for future budgets SUCF Costings goal is to make accurate cost projections and not to have budget surpluses SUCF Costings goal is to make accurate cost projections and not to have budget surpluses The future is Global and Volatile The future is Global and Volatile International markets for basic materials International markets for basic materials Currency valuations will influence pricing Currency valuations will influence pricing Industry is guided by economic and non-economic forces Industry is guided by economic and non-economic forces The construction labor market is predictable and stable – sort of… The construction labor market is predictable and stable – sort of…

43 State University Construction Fund 43 Put this information to use Talk to us…. SUCF Costing is here to help you with your construction budgets Talk to us…. SUCF Costing is here to help you with your construction budgets Benchmarking data to compare your project to others in the SUNY system Benchmarking data to compare your project to others in the SUNY system We have advanced preconstruction and estimating skills, especially for projects in the concept phase We have advanced preconstruction and estimating skills, especially for projects in the concept phase And a really cool budgeting tool… And a really cool budgeting tool…

44 State University Construction Fund 44 Budget Planning Spreadsheet Two-page document that contains all the financial information you need for your project Two-page document that contains all the financial information you need for your project Oriented towards building projects Oriented towards building projects SUCF PM and Costing to assist in completion SUCF PM and Costing to assist in completion Aggregated together, becomes a capital program expenditure tool Aggregated together, becomes a capital program expenditure tool Applicable to Fund or Campus Let projects Applicable to Fund or Campus Let projects

45 State University Construction Fund Budget Planning Spreadsheet Color coded by cost class Color coded by cost class Great for concept & O.O.M. phase projects Great for concept & O.O.M. phase projects Easy to use Easy to use 45

46 State University Construction Fund Budget Planning Spreadsheet Many cells are prefilled or formulaic based on historical data and include pop-up help notes so you can input quality data Many cells are prefilled or formulaic based on historical data and include pop-up help notes so you can input quality data Meant to control cost and (with other tools) maximize bricks-and-mortar benefits Meant to control cost and (with other tools) maximize bricks-and-mortar benefits Potential for future development: Online input, linking and ties to all campus capex projects, etc. Potential for future development: Online input, linking and ties to all campus capex projects, etc. Not a construction cost calculator Not a construction cost calculator 46

47 State University Construction Fund Construction Market and Budget Questions? Questions? Answers! Answers! 47

48 Office for Capital Facilities SUNY PPAA Meeting July 2010

49 The State University of New York Agenda Whats New Whats New Res Hall Capital Program Res Hall Capital Program Energy Energy EH&S EH&S Real Estate Real Estate Minor Critical Maintenance and Campus Lets Minor Critical Maintenance and Campus Lets Q&A Q&A 49

50 The State University of New York Res Hall Program Manager David Ferrari – Started April 1 David Ferrari – Started April 1 Bachelor Degree in Business Economics from SUNY Oneonta Bachelor Degree in Business Economics from SUNY Oneonta 5 years varied accounting and analyst experience 5 years varied accounting and analyst experience 7 years as Senior Accountant at DASNY 7 years as Senior Accountant at DASNY Report development Report development Coordination with DOB and OSC Coordination with DOB and OSC Cash flow analysis for CUNY Cash flow analysis for CUNY 50

51 The State University of New York Appropriation Appropriation Cash Cash Projects Projects Res Hall Capital Program 51

52 The State University of New York Res Hall Appropriation Types Appropriation Appropriation Authority to spend is established in the State budget Authority to spend is established in the State budget Hard Dollar Appropriation Hard Dollar Appropriation Operating Funds Operating Funds Revolving Loan Revolving Loan Repair Reserve Capital Repair Reserve Capital Bond Appropriation Bond Appropriation 15 Year Bonds 15 Year Bonds 30 Year Bonds 30 Year Bonds 52

53 The State University of New York Res Hall Cash Cash Cash Campus Hard Dollars Campus Hard Dollars D projects created in SUNY system D projects created in SUNY system Spent using same purchasing guidelines as all state funds Spent using same purchasing guidelines as all state funds May also be used to fund DASNY managed projects May also be used to fund DASNY managed projects Bonds Bonds DASNY is the bonding authority DASNY is the bonding authority Campuses pay debt service Campuses pay debt service Can be used for Res Hall Campus Let Can be used for Res Hall Campus Let 53

54 The State University of New York Res Hall Bond Types Term Term 15 Year Bonds 15 Year Bonds Higher annual cost Higher annual cost Lower overall cost Lower overall cost 15 year or greater life 15 year or greater life 30 Year Bonds 30 Year Bonds Lower annual cost Lower annual cost Higher overall cost Higher overall cost 30 year or greater life 30 year or greater life 54

55 The State University of New York Res Hall Bond Funds Campus Assignment Campus Assignment Project based – pre 2008 Project based – pre 2008 Entire Project, Design, construction, equipment was funded before design started Entire Project, Design, construction, equipment was funded before design started Campus owned the bond funds Campus owned the bond funds Debt Service must be paid regardless of project status Debt Service must be paid regardless of project status 55

56 The State University of New York Res Hall Bond Funds (cont.) Campus Assignment (cont.) Campus Assignment (cont.) Disbursement based – post 2008 Disbursement based – post 2008 2008 moved to disbursement based bonding 2008 moved to disbursement based bonding A pool of bond funds are used by active projects as needed until funds are depleted A pool of bond funds are used by active projects as needed until funds are depleted Ideally new bond sales coincide with the exhaustion of previous funds Ideally new bond sales coincide with the exhaustion of previous funds Annually the debt service charged to each campus is revised to reflect actual funding used Annually the debt service charged to each campus is revised to reflect actual funding used 56

57 The State University of New York Res Hall Bond Funds (cont.) Benefit of Disbursement Based Bonding Benefit of Disbursement Based Bonding This bonding model reduces costs for the campuses by eliminating debt service payments for funds that are not being used due to project delays or lower project costs. This bonding model reduces costs for the campuses by eliminating debt service payments for funds that are not being used due to project delays or lower project costs. Concerns Concerns Key to success is analyzing the project cash flow to accurately predict how long funds will last. Key to success is analyzing the project cash flow to accurately predict how long funds will last. 57

58 The State University of New York Res Hall Next Steps Capital 5 Year Plan Request Capital 5 Year Plan Request Critical to projecting the amount of appropriation and cash needed for the program Critical to projecting the amount of appropriation and cash needed for the program Similar to previous requests but looking for additional key information such as the design start, construction start and occupancy dates Similar to previous requests but looking for additional key information such as the design start, construction start and occupancy dates Working closely with Campus coordinators throughout the year to keep the plan updated so that projections can be monitored all year Working closely with Campus coordinators throughout the year to keep the plan updated so that projections can be monitored all year 58

59 The State University of New York Energy Update Coordinate NYPA Photo Voltaic Project Coordinate NYPA Photo Voltaic Project NYPA currently analyzing the proposals NYPA currently analyzing the proposals OCF will review the information with NYPA before the contracts are awarded OCF will review the information with NYPA before the contracts are awarded EO111 Audit EO111 Audit Changes to monthly energy reports, sustainable energy sources must be reported accurately Changes to monthly energy reports, sustainable energy sources must be reported accurately 59

60 The State University of New York Energy Buying Group 60

61 The State University of New York Sustainability 61 SUNYs Strategic Plan SUNYs Strategic Plan One of the 6 big Ideas is SUNY and an Energy-Smart New York One of the 6 big Ideas is SUNY and an Energy-Smart New York Current Phase – develop metrics Current Phase – develop metrics

62 The State University of New York Environmental Health and Safety Update Res Hall Fire Alarm System Upgrades Res Hall Fire Alarm System Upgrades Final update will be requested for Campuses completing the upgrades this summer. Final report will be issued to Board of Trustees. Final update will be requested for Campuses completing the upgrades this summer. Final report will be issued to Board of Trustees. Coordinate Higher Ed Opportunity Act Reporting along with University Police Coordinate Higher Ed Opportunity Act Reporting along with University Police 62

63 The State University of New York Environmental Health and Safety Update (cont.) Reminder letter will be sent soon regarding New York State codes and Part 1204 rules Reminder letter will be sent soon regarding New York State codes and Part 1204 rules Hazardous Waste Contract Hazardous Waste Contract In final stages of evaluation and award In final stages of evaluation and award 63

64 The State University of New York Real Estate - Update OSC Audit on Leased property OSC Audit on Leased property Findings include some leased space not included in PSI Findings include some leased space not included in PSI Not all campuses have process for managing leased space Not all campuses have process for managing leased space Developing a Real Estate Services Program Manual Developing a Real Estate Services Program Manual 64

65 The State University of New York SUNY OCF - Other Minor Critical Maintenance Policy Update Minor Critical Maintenance Policy Update Campus Let Project Assistance Campus Let Project Assistance Develop Standard formats for term contracts for use by Campuses Develop Standard formats for term contracts for use by Campuses 65

66 The State University of New York Questions? 66


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