State facilities and land

Projects approved by the Legislature for a six-year period

2015 HB 5006

$17,000,000 other funds (Article XI-Q bonds) for acquisition of an office building that is currently being offered for sale. Note, this funding limitation was later removed as acquisition abandoned. ​​​
$2,089,795 other funds (Capital Projects Fund) to upgrade switch keepers and electrical panels, increase electrical capacity, and replace lighting systems in several state buildings. ​​​​
$2,217,398 other funds (Capital Projects Fund) to upgrade restrooms and replace the cooling tower, chillers, air conditioning units, and chilled water lines in the Employment building. ​​​​
$377,443 other funds (Capital Projects Fund) to replace the central stairway in the Executive building including the construction of a code compliant egress stair enclosure. ​​​​
​$875,461 other funds (Capital Projects Fund) for upgrades to elevators in the Executive building to address safety issues.​​​​
​​$89,322 other funds (Capital Projects Fund) to upgrade the fire sprinkler system in the Executive building.​​​​
​$1,701,702 other funds (Capital Projects Fund) is approved to replace the cooling towers in the Human Services building.​​​
​$350,000 other funds (Capital Projects Fund) to contract with various architects, engineers, and other specialists to develop feasibility analyses and reliable cost information to prepare preliminary design for small to medium-sized projects; and to evaluate options to address maintenance problems. ​​​
​$2,926,140 other funds (Capital Projects Fund) to add an emergency generator for the DEQ Public Health Lab to provide backup for the entire building in the event of a power failure. ​​​

​2017 SB 5506

​$4,579,431 preliminary planning and design funds for mission critical facility on Yellow Lot in Salem referred to as the Resilience building​. SB5701 [2018] added $2,500,000 for a total of $7,079,431 and changed project name to Oregon Resilience Buildings (ORB1 and 2). 
​$3,743,000 for upgrades to Department of Human Services building.
$6,236,000 for Employment building upgrades.​​​
$3,890,000 to upgrade electrical capacity and replace lighting in several state buildings.​​​
$2,926,000 for Capitol Mall Parking Structure study and upgrades.​
$500,000 to contract with various architects, engineers, and other specialists to develop feasibility analyses and reliable cost information for medium to small-sized projects.​
$1,234,000 for boiler and heating upgrades​
​$1,162,000 for upgrades to Portland Crime Lab.
​$3,500,000 for multiple parking lot upgrades​
$13,146,000 for renovation of Portland State Office Building​
$11,000,000 for electrical power upgrades at the State Data Center.​
$6,300,000 for Capitol building staff relocation during seismic upgrades.​

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For a complete summary of Capital Construction legislative action visit the legislative website. 


 
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