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Operations Manual The University of Iowa

PART V. ADMINISTRATIVE, FINANCIAL, AND FACILITIES POLICIES

CHAPTER 33: BUILDING RENEWAL

(Amended 9/93; 9/98; 7/1/08)
33.1 Building Renewal Defined
33.2 Allocation of Funds
33.3 Procedure
33.4 Minor Maintenance
33.5 Review by Environmental Health and Safety Office

33.1 BUILDING RENEWAL DEFINED.
The term "Building Renewal" applies to buildings and some fixed equipment. It does not apply to minor maintenance, painting, or movable equipment. Legislative Building Renewal appropriations are the major source of remodeling funds.
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33.2 ALLOCATION OF FUNDS.
(Amended 9/99)

Departmental requests for Building Renewal funds are made on the "Request for Building Renewal" form available at the following web site: http://www.uiowa.edu/~fusfsg/admin/forms/forms.htm. The forms are to be submitted through regular administrative channels to Facilities Management. If the request is consistent with relevant policies, cost estimates will be prepared and forwarded to the University administration.
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33.3 PROCEDURE.

33.4 MINOR MAINTENANCE.
Minor repairs to doors, windows, shades, radiators, and other fixtures, including chairs, may be reported by any member of the faculty and staff to Operations and Maintenance.
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33.5 REVIEW BY ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SAFETY OFFICE.
On an as-needed basis, plans for new construction and remodeling of University buildings and facilities are submitted to the Environmental Health and Safety Office (EHS) for review of those aspects related to health and safety. Recommendations of the EHS are returned to the submitting office.
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