THE FIVE YEAR GOAL
Stony Brook will have a vigorous facilities rehabilitation program to redress deferred maintenance and improve the campus. State capital funding reflects this priority, with the majority designated for infrastructure repairs and major rehabilitation projects rather than new buildings. Locally funded projects will also protect and improve the facilities infrastructure, ultimately ensuring a better quality of life for the whole campus community.
To complement the Five Year Capital Plan establish an annual process for prioritizing locally funded repair and renovation projects. (8.1, Vice President for Administration)
A process has been established in which designees from the Provost’s Office, Health Sciences Center and University Hospital coordinate and prioritize all locally-funded construction projects for their respective areas.
Ensure that facilities management addresses the priorities of specific campus areas such as the Health Sciences Center. (8.2, Vice President for Administration; Vice President, Health Sciences Center)
Priorities for the use of both the Capital Budget and operating funds are developed in a planning process that includes representatives from all campus areas as well as an outside consultant. To establish service requirements, facilities management personnel meet regularly with building managers and area coordinators including Health Sciences representatives. The SMART (Systematic Maintenance and Repair Team) program was created to address maintenance needs campuswide. Building managers can schedule this team to complete minor maintenance and repair projects that are local priorities.
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