CPM 309–02: Building Evaluation Program
To properly assess the condition of university-owned buildings
Arizona Revised Statutes § 41–793.01
State of Arizona Senate Bill 1345
All university buildings including those buildings occupied by auxiliary enterprises
Arizona law requires that each state agency, including universities, inspect and evaluate the condition of each of its buildings at least once every four years. Further, the university is to prepare a report annually of the condition of its facilities and submit the results to the State Legislature through the Arizona Board of Regents.
The Capital Programs Management Group (CPMG) is charged with the responsibility of evaluating the condition of each building.
CPMG will survey one-fourth of the university’s buildings each year in accordance with Arizona Revised Statutes § 41–793.01, which stipulates that each building is to be surveyed at least once every four years.
For buildings that are occupied by auxiliary enterprises such as Intercollegiate Athletics, Public Events, Residential Life, Memorial Union, ASU Bookstore, and Property Management, CPMG shall conduct the condition survey and charge its costs to the appropriate auxiliary unit. Alternatively, the units may submit to the director of CPMG a plan that identifies an acceptable alternate method of inspection and reporting.
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