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Project Management - Funding
Funding Establishment
Capital Projects include: land, buildings, and support system projects such as parking.  They also include major facility renovations, additions, or improvement projects to meet program needs and building code or equipment upgrades. They also may change a use or function of a building. Project costs may include planning, design, land acquisition, and construction or implementaion costs. Approval by the Governor and the Oregon State Legislature are necessary for the funding of Capital Projects.
Capital Projects include two budget categories:
Capital Improvement Projects where the complete project cost including land is less than $1 million including anticipated requests in future biennia.
Capital Construction / Acquisition Projects where the complete project cost including land exceeds $1 million for all phases of a project. Major projects normally follow a two-phase process. Phase one is planning and design; phase two is construction. A Capital Construction project must build, acquire, adapt, replace, or change the use or function of an information technology-related system, a facility or group of related facilities.
Building Maintenance
Maintenance, repair, replacement, or adaptation projects are not generally Capital Project items.  Building maintenance projects keep the facility operating without increasing its value or operating life.  Projects include work to meet current code and state policy requirements.  Some projects reduce maintenance costs or increase efficiency.
Capital Project Request
The Planning & Construction Management Section coordinates all capital projects except those for agencies with independent authority and funding.  We submit fund requests for Capital Construction, Capital Improvement and long-range planning as part of our budget process to the Governor and Legislature or to the Emergency Board.

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