2019-21 Minor Works Request
It is time for the university to start developing minor capital requests for the 2019-2021 biennium. Minor capital requests are for projects that fall within a total request cost range of $25,000 to $1,999,999. Since the proposed 2017-19 conference budget doesn’t include funding for programmatic minor capital requests, requestors may want to resubmit/update a previous request for consideration. A view of the 2017-19 biennium requests can be found here: 2017-19 Minor Works Requests.
The 2019-2021 request form is now available! However, prior to filling out the e-sign form, please contact your representative to determine how your associated division wants to collect information pertaining to your minor works request. Please see instructions below to identify your appropriate representative.
Your evaluation and recommendations of the minor capital requests from your unit are critical in helping Facilities Development & Capital Budget develop viable capital proposals. On the Minor Capital Request E-form, there is a place for your assessment of the feasibility and priority for each minor capital request relative to your unit’s goals and strategic plan. We also ask that you and your budget manager carefully examine the Project Operating Impacts (filled out by the requestor on the E-form) for a realistic estimate of the recurring operating costs: staff, equipment, etc. Thank you for your time and input.
Deadlines for submittal of minor capital requests
November: Individuals should contact their representative to determine how your associated division wants to collect information pertaining to their minor works request.
For Enrollment and Student Services, your representative is Linda Beckman, 650-7417.
For Academic Affairs, your representative is Francis Halle, 650- 3222.
For other Divisions, please contact Brian Ross, 650-6539.
December 1: To be fully considered, individuals should have submitted their requests to their supervisor, chair or director. (On this date, Facilities Development & Capital Budget and Space Administration will begin verifying scopes and developing Order of Magnitude cost estimates of requests in the system to support the decision makers below.)
December 22: Supervisor, chair or director should have submitted their recommended requests to their planning unit leader.
January 5: Planning unit leaders should have submitted their recommended prioritized requests to their vice president.
January 26: Vice presidents must have submitted their recommended prioritized requests to Facilities Development & Capital Budget.
If you have any questions about the process, timeline or forms, please contact Rick Benner via e-mail or phone 650-3550.