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Building for Minnesota’s Future 2014 Capital Bonding Request. Senate Higher Education and Workforce Development Division Steven Rosenstone, Chancellor March 4, 2014 . 1. Capital Bonding Request. Our request $234.5 million in state support $52.0 million in college and university funding

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building for minnesota s future 2014 capital bonding request

Building for Minnesota’s Future2014 Capital Bonding Request

Senate Higher Education and Workforce Development Division

Steven Rosenstone, Chancellor

March 4, 2014

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capital bonding request
Capital Bonding Request
  • Our request
    • $234.5 million in state support
    • $52.0 million in college and university funding
    • $286.5 million total capital program
  • 3 priorities shape our request
    • Provide practical learning spaces needed to increase student success
    • Reduce costs
    • Meet Minnesota’s workforce needs with graduates prepared for the jobs of the future.
program impact on space
Program impact on space
  • Reflects impact of priority capital projects and demolition
  • Does not include HEAPR (these funds are dedicated to building envelopes and systems)
2014 capital request
2014 Capital Request
  • State Financing: $234.5 million
  • MnSCU Financing: $52.0 million
  • Total Program: $286.5 million
    • HEAPR $130.6 million
    • 24 major capital line items$155.9 million
  • Every project is ‘shovel ready’
    • Projects ready for next phase of design and/or construction
colleges and universities
Colleges and Universities
  • 430,000 Students
  • 54 Campuses
  • 47 Communities
  • 27.8 million square feet
    • 5 Mall of Americas
    • Roughly 1/3 of the State of Minnesota’s facility space
facility space
Facility space
  • Academic space:
    • 21.7 million square feet
    • $6.5B – replacement value
    • 80% is at least 40 years old
      • $715 million – maintenance backlog
      • $440 million next 5 years
asset preservation
Asset preservation
  • Catch up with backlog of maintenance
  • Keep up with emerging needs
  • Local campus funds
  • Higher Education Asset Preservation and Replacement - HEAPR
  • Major capital projects
removing obsolete space
Removing obsolete space
  • Rooted in college and university facility master plans
  • Multiple avenues:
    • Sale, out lease, capital projects, and stand alone demolition
  • Enhance affordability
    • Reduce/eliminate operating expense
    • Eliminate maintenance backlog
  • Multi-step process:
    • Demolition, reconstruction, relocation , new construction
  • Focus:
    • Students
    • Affordability
meeting minnesota s workforce needs
Meeting Minnesota’s workforce needs
  • Business, manufacturing and trades
  • Science and technology
  • Education and student success
  • Health and medical
  • Automotive and transportation
meeting minnesota s workforce needs1
Meeting Minnesota’s workforce needs
  • Business, manufacturing and trades:
    • Bemidji State University – Memorial and Decker Halls
    • Minneapolis Community and Technical College – Workforce renovation
    • Saint Paul College – CNC and culinary arts labs
    • Minnesota State College - Southeast Technical – Welding lab
    • Minnesota West Community and Technical College – Power line facility
    • Century College – Digital fab lab, solar panels and workforce alignment
    • Anoka Technical College – Manufacturing technology hub
  • Science and technology
  • Education and student success
  • Health and medical
  • Automotive and transportation
meeting minnesota s workforce needs2
Meeting Minnesota’s workforce needs
  • Business, manufacturing and trades
  • Science and technology:
    • Minnesota State College - Southeast Technical – Science Lab
    • Saint Paul College – Health and Science Alliance Center
    • South Central College – STEM and healthcare renovation
  • Education and student success
  • Health and medical
  • Automotive and transportation
meeting minnesota s workforce needs3
Meeting Minnesota’s workforce needs
  • Business, manufacturing and trades
  • Science and technology
  • Education and student success:
    • Metropolitan State University – Science education center
    • Central Lakes College – Campus renovation
    • Rochester Community and Technical College – Arts Hall renovation
    • St Cloud State University – Student health and academic renovation
    • Winona State University – Education Village
    • Minnesota State Community and Technical – Student success
  • Health and medical
  • Automotive and transportation
meeting minnesota s workforce needs4
Meeting Minnesota’s workforce needs
  • Business, manufacturing and trades
  • Science and technology
  • Education and student success
  • Health and medical:
    • Lake Superior College – Allied health revitalization
    • Minnesota State College, Mankato – Clinical sciences facility
    • Northeast Higher Education District – Nursing lab
    • Northland Community College – Radiology lab renovation
    • Winona State University – Psychology lab
  • Automotive and transportation
meeting minnesota s workforce needs5
Meeting Minnesota’s workforce needs
  • Business, manufacturing and trades
  • Science and technology
  • Education and student success
  • Health and medical
  • Automotive and transportation:
    • Anoka Technical College – Automotive technology lab
    • Dakota County Technical College – Transportation/ emerging technology
    • Minnesota State Community and Technical – Transportation Center
    • Northland Community and Technical College – Aviation maintenance, unmanned aerial system (UAS) and imagery analyst facility
2014 capital request1
2014 Capital Request
  • State Financing: $234.5 million
  • MnSCU Financing: $52.0 million
  • Total Program: $286.5 million
    • HEAPR $130.6 million
    • 24 major capital line items$155.9 million
  • Every project is ‘shovel ready’
    • Projects ready for next phase of design and/or construction
building for minnesota s future 2014 capital bonding request1

Building for Minnesota’s Future2014 Capital Bonding Request

Senate Higher Education and Workforce Development Division

Steven Rosenstone, Chancellor

March 4, 2014

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