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This report presents the recommendations of the Colorado Commission on Higher Education (CCHE) for $474.4 million in state-funded capital development needs and $461.4 million in non-state funded improvements from 1995-96 through 2004-05. These 272 projects are part of the Capital Improvements Program, which determines when new facilities are required or when facilities should be expanded, renovated, or demolished within the context of statewide higher education plans and priorities. The program represents a 10-year rolling plan which is annually amended and constantly projected 10 years into the future. The bulk of the report consists of 13 tables, which list projects and their funding levels, including: (1) renovation of academic space; (2) replacement of obsolete academic space and equipment; (3) new academic space and equipment for current enrollment; (4) new academic space for planned growth; (5) library renovations and additions; (6) health and life safety hazards/code compliance; (7) physical plant support facilities; (8) utility improvements; (9) site improvements and parking; (10) research and clinics; (11) student housing, auxiliary services, and athletics; (12) non-essential state-funded physical enhancements; and (13) projects not consistent with approved facilities master plan. (MDM)

Descriptors: Capital Outlay (for Fixed Assets), Community Colleges, Construction Costs, Construction Needs, Educational Facilities, Educational Facilities Planning, Educational Policy, Financial Support, Higher Education, Needs Assessment, State Colleges, State Programs, State Universities, Tables (Data)











Autor: Colorado Commission on Higher Education, Denver.

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=12476&id=ED379979







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