2020 Special Session I

Budget Bill - HB5005 (Introduced)

Central Capital Outlay

Item C-67

Item C-67 (Not set out)

First Year - FY2021Second Year - FY2022
2020 VPBA Capital Construction Pool (18493)$319,806,572$0
Fund Sources:  
SpecialFY2021 $35,000,000FY2022 $0
Dedicated Special RevenueFY2021 $39,434,000FY2022 $0
Federal TrustFY2021 $17,015,317FY2022 $0
Bond ProceedsFY2021 $228,357,255FY2022 $0

A. 1. The capital projects in paragraph C. of this Item are hereby authorized and may be financed in whole or in part through bonds of the Virginia Public Building Authority pursuant to § 2.2-2260 et seq., Code of Virginia, in a principal amount not to exceed $228,357,255 plus amounts needed to fund issuance costs, reserve funds, original issue discount, interest prior to and during the acquisition or construction and for one year after completion thereof, and other financing expenses, in accordance with § 2.2-2263, Code of Virginia. 

2. From the list of projects included in paragraph B. of this Item, the Director, Department of Planning and Budget, shall provide to the Chairmen of the Virginia Public Building Authority with the specific projects, as well as the amounts for these projects, to be financed by the 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 the capital projects in this Item are subject to the conditions in § 2-0 F. of this act.

B. In addition to the appropriation and bond authorization authorized by this Item, the Director, Department of Planning and Budget, shall transfer unutilized Virginia Public Building Authority (VPBA) bond authorization and appropriation from the projects listed below, in the amounts shown, to this project for funding the projects listed in paragraph C:

Agency No.

Project No.

Initial Authorization




Item C-34.20, Chapter 836, 2017 Acts of Assembly




Item C-97, Chapter 879, 2008 Acts of Assembly




Item C-247.30, Chapter 3, 2006 Acts of Assembly, Special Session I




Item C-39.40 D.5., Chapter 806, 2013 Acts of Assembly


C. There is hereby appropriated $228,357,255 the first year from bond proceeds of the Virginia Public Building Authority to provide funds for the construction and other capital costs of the following projects:


Agency Title

Project Title




Department of Military Affairs

Construct Roanoke Readiness Center and Combined Support Maintenance Shop (18325)


The Science Museum of Virginia

Construct Regional Science Center in Northern Virginia (18428)


Department of Conservation and Recreation

State Park Critical Bathhouse/Restroom Replacements and Renovations


Department of Conservation and Recreation

Westmoreland Road and Bank Stabilization


Department of General Services

Construct Addition to Current State Records Center Building & Repurpose Workspace in Facility


Department of General Services

Provide water infrastructure to state facilities in Nottoway County, Virginia


Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

Expand and Renovate Museum (18430)


Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation

Jamestown Settlement Pier (18383)


Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired

Renovate the Library and Resource Center

D. Funding is included in this item for the Department of General Services to design, renovate, construct, and prepare agreements for facilities to support the potable and fire protection water needs of Piedmont Geriatric Hospital, Virginia Center for Behavioral Rehabilitation (Phases 1 and 2), and Nottoway Correctional Center (the “Identified Facilities"). The Department of General Services will first consider improvements to the current water supply system servicing the Identified Facilities. Improvements to the current water supply system may include facility infrastructure, ownership, and operational changes and improvements. The Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services, Department of Corrections, and the Town of Crewe shall participate with, provide support to, and be responsive to the Department of General Services' activities to satisfy the requirements of this item. Should improvements to the current water supply system be (a) cost prohibitive, (b) inadequate to meet the needs of the Identified Facilities, or (c) otherwise undesirable, all as may be determined by the Department of General Services, the Department of General Services may determine other solutions to meet the necessary water needs of the Identified Facilities.