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1 Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment Guidance Document CLC-9 April 2014 for State Operated Campuses 1

2 Objective Increase knowledge and understanding of: Furniture Fixtures & Equipment (FF&E) Funding Sources Equipment Classifications Property Control March 2014SUNY Office for Capital Facilities2 Guidance Document CLC-9 Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment

3 Funding Sources Capital Design Account/Coding Construction Account/Coding Equipment Account/Coding Operating, and other campus funds Income Fund Reimbursable (IFR) Auxiliary Service Corporation (ASC) Foundation March 2014SUNY Office for Capital Facilities3

4 Fixed Equipment Required to enable the space to be functional for its intended purpose Permanently connected to facilities for which design characteristics are generally coordinated with the various mechanical trades Excludes those items that are readily movable March 2014SUNY Office for Capital Facilities4

5 Fixed Equipment ** Fixed equipment may be installed as part of the construction using construction coding or purchased and installed as part of the equipment outfitting, as determined by the Fund on a case by case basis. March 2014SUNY Office for Capital Facilities5 Project Type Funding Source (Budget) Account (Coding) New ConstructionCapital Construction** Equipment Major RenovationCapital Construction** Equipment Replacement Capital Construction** Equipment Operating

6 Fixed Equipment March 2014SUNY Office for Capital Facilities6 Autoclaves and sterilizers Fume hoods Fixed laboratory bench Water distillation units X-ray units Tables with integral sinks Industrial laundry machines Walk-in refrigerators/coolers Cafeteria serving lines Sterilizers Commercial dishwashers Built in Ovens and ranges Counters Telecommunication cabling and equipment, excluding mobile devices Fixed storage cabinets Fixed shelving Wall cabinets Wall mounted chalkboards and bulletin boards Projection screens Wall mounted water coolers Sports arena backboards and scoreboards Fixed seating Signage Installed carpeting Fixed window treatments

7 Moveable Equipment Necessary in order for the occupants to use the space Require no permanent connection to utilities or to the structure Items are readily movable and are discretely replaceable, but are not considered to be consumable March 2014SUNY Office for Capital Facilities7

8 Moveable Equipment March 2014SUNY Office for Capital Facilities8 Project Type Funding Source (Budget) Account (Coding) New Construction CapitalEquipment Operating Major Renovation CapitalEquipment Operating ReplacementOperating

9 Moveable Equipment March 2014SUNY Office for Capital Facilities9 Desks Tables Chairs Filing Cabinets Storage cabinets Rack and shelf units Bookcases Office machines Computers Utility and janitorial carts Audio and visual equipment Lab stools Microscopes Centrifuges Balances and scales Range and stoves Movable refrigerators and freezers Mobile X-ray units Shop equipment Exterior benches Exterior furniture which is part of a site work project

10 Non Equipment Items Items with a limited useful life Consumables March 2014SUNY Office for Capital Facilities10

11 Non Equipment Items March 2014SUNY Office for Capital Facilities11 Consumables and smaller items Office supplies, including staplers, paper, ink/toner, trash cans, etc. Janitorial supplies, including cleaning agents, mops and mop buckets, etc. Laboratory supplies, including beakers, clamps, bunsen burners, test tubes, etc. Exterior and landscaping supplies School supplies Art supplies Other materials that are used repeatedly and require regular replacement Items with a limited useful life Books Periodicals Sheet music Desk lamps Kitchen and dining utensils Glassware Dishes Hand tools Other Teaching aids Minor office equipment items Livestock Personal athletic equipment (helmets, pads, ect.) Snow blowers, lawn mowers, chainsaws and other exterior maintenance equipment Vehicles such as cars, trucks, construction equipment, ect.

12 Property Control All State-owned equipment with an original unit cost of $5,000 or more, and with a life expectancy of greater than one year, is required to be recorded in the Property Control System. March 2014SUNY Office for Capital Facilities12 For more information please see SUNY Procedure 7595, Property Control Manual

13 What about this item? March 2014SUNY Office for Capital Facilities13 Capital Not Capital

14 Questions? Contact: Jessica R. Miller

15 Oct SUNY Office for Capital Facilities

16 Office for Capital Facilities OCF Newsletter OCF Website Guidance Documents Listservs Visit our Website Oct 2013SUNY Office for Capital Facilities16 Campus Let Contracts Program Community College Capital Program Environmental Health and Safety Energy Management and Planning Residence Hall Capital Program Environment Health and Safety


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