2013 Session

Budget Bill - SB800 (Introduced)

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Central Capital Outlay

Item C-38.10

Item C-38.10

First Year - FY2013Second Year - FY2014
Capital Outlay Project Pool (17967)$103,154,056$0
Fund Sources:  
GeneralFY2013 $19,500,000FY2014 $0
Dedicated Special RevenueFY2013 $10,285,200FY2014 $0
Bond ProceedsFY2013 $73,368,856FY2014 $0

A. 1. The capital projects in paragraph  B. and those approved in accordance with the provisions of paragraph D. of this item are hereby authorized and may be financed in whole or in part through bonds of the Virginia College Building Authority pursuant to § 23-30.24 et seq., Code of Virginia, or the Virginia Public Building Authority pursuant to § 2.2-2263, Code of Virginia. Bonds of the Virginia College Building Authority issued to finance these projects may be sold and issued under the 21st Century College Program at the same time with other obligations of the Authority as separate issues or as a combined issue. The aggregate principle amounts will not exceed $73,368,856 $337,197,856 plus amounts to fund related issuance costs, and other financing expenses, in accordance with § 2.2-2263 of the Code of Virginia.

2. From the list of projects included in paragraph B and those approved in accordance with the provisions of paragraph D. of this item, the Director of the Department of Planning and Budget shall provide the Chairmen of the Virginia College Building Authority and the Virginia Public Building Authority with the specific projects, as well as the amounts for these projects, to be financed by each authority within the dollar limit established by this authorization.

3. Debt service on the projects contained in this item shall be provided from appropriations to the Treasury Board.

4. The appropriations for said capital projects are contained in this item and are subject to the conditions in § 2-0 F of this act.

B. The General Assembly hereby appropriates $19,500,000 from the general fund and $10,285,200 from nongeneral fund sources in the first year for the projects listed in this section.


Project Title

Department of Conservation and Recreation

Repairs and Upgrades to State Park Owned Dams

Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center

Roof Replacement Birdsall-Hoover Medical Administration Building 805

Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center

Asbestos Abatement, Phase 4 of 4

Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center

Implement ADA Compliance Measures - Campus Wide

Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired

Replace Roof on Library Resource Center

Department of Corrections

Replace Mechanical Systems Baskerville

Department of Corrections

Replace Plumbing Systems Baskerville

Department of Corrections

Roof Replacement Keen Mountain

Department of Corrections

Roof Replacement Lawrenceville

Department of Corrections

HVAC Replacement Lawrenceville

Department of General Services

Renovate Consolidated Labs

Department of General Services

Capital Projects Space Improvement for Dept. of Conservation and Recreation

Department of General Services

Monroe Building Exterior Repairs and Jefferson Building Window Replacement

Department of Veterans Services

Virginia War Memorial / DVS Offices and Parking

Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation

Yorktown Outside Areas, Signage and Amenities

Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation

Road Wall and Sound Buffer

Roanoke Higher Education Authority

Waterproof Building

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

Replace Roof 1985 Addition

Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind

Install Sprinklers in Byrd Hall

Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind

Improve Campus Security, ADA and Other Regulatory Compliance

Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission

Acquire New Headquarters Building

College of William and Mary

Construct Cooling Plant and Replace Utilities, Phase IV

College of William and Mary

Renovate the Brafferton and Brafferton Kitchen

College of William and Mary

Improve Accessibility Infrastructure

College of William and Mary

Improve Lake Matoaka Dam Spillway

College of William and Mary

Improve Campus Stormwater Infrastructure

Longwood University

New Biomass Boiler

Longwood University

Replace Willett Hall HVAC

George Mason University

Hylton Center

Old Dominion University

Replace Mechanical Systems in the Oceanography and Physics Building

Virginia Tech

Address Fire Alarm Systems and Access

University of Mary Washington

Improve Stormwater Management

James Madison University

Replace Boiler & Infrastructure - Phase 2

James Madison University

Newman Lake Dam Repair

Richard Bland College

Umbrella Maintenance Project

University of Virginia's College at Wise

Dam Safety Modifications

C. The Department of General Services, with the cooperation and support of the Workers' Compensation Commission, is hereby directed to manage acquisition or to construct a new headquarters facility for the commission out of such funds as are appropriated for such purposes. If construction is the most suitable alternative, the department shall undertake design and construction of the facility as well as acquisition of any land required for such construction. Upon completion of the new facility, the department shall sell the existing headquarters facility located at 1000 DMV Drive in Richmond, Virginia after first considering needs of the Commonwealth and other state departments, agencies and institutions.

D. Included in the appropriation for this Item is $262,829,000 the second year from bond proceeds for construction funding for projects listed in paragraphs A., B., and C. of Item C-39.05 of this act that meet the following criteria:

1. Detailed planning has been completed;

2. Projected construction cash needs for the project have been submitted to the Director, Department of Planning and Budget, indicating the quarterly cash needs from the signing of the construction contract until its completion;

3. The Six-Year Capital Outlay Plan Advisory Committee has reviewed the construction cost for the project and found it to be consistent with the recommendation of the Department of General Services and the other provisions of this paragraph and has authorized the project  to advance to the construction stage; and

4. Sufficient bond authority is available to meet current cash needs as certified by the Secretary of Finance.