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SECTION II CAPITAL RECOMMENDATIONS BY DEPARTMENT FISCAL YEAR PDF

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SECTION II CAPITAL RECOMMENDATIONS BY DEPARTMENT FISCAL YEAR 2017 Fiscal Year 2017 Summary of Capital Requests and Recommendations ($ in Thousands) Amount Commission Governor's Department Requested Recommendation
SECTION II CAPITAL RECOMMENDATIONS BY DEPARTMENT FISCAL YEAR 2017 Fiscal Year 2017 Summary of Capital Requests and Recommendations ($ in Thousands) Amount Commission Governor's Department Requested Recommendation Budget Message * Department of Agriculture $7, Department of Children and Families $180 $180 - Department of Corrections $209,714 $4,022 - Department of Education $4,613 $4,613 - Department of Environmental Protection $558,213 $107,034 $107,034 Department of Human Services $43, Department of Law and Public Safety $4,800 $800 - Juvenile Justice Commission $20,079 $1,166 - Department of Military and Veterans Affairs $7,669 $3,466 - New Jersey Institute of Technology $23, Rowan University $68, Rutgers, The State University $935, University Hospital $9, Kean University $32, Montclair State University $202, New Jersey City University $134, Ramapo College of New Jersey $1, Stockton University $17, The College of New Jersey $13, William Patterson University $42, Department of Transportation $1,296,831 $1,296,831 $1,296,831 Department of the Treasury - OIT $27, Interdepartmental Accounts $168,922 $108,701 $108,701 The Judiciary $4, Sub Total $3,834,298 1,526,813 1,512,566 New Jersey Building Authority Debt Service $104,358 $104,358 $104,358 Total $3,938,656 $1,631,171 $1,616,924 * Excludes non-state funds. OMB-08 By Commission Priortiy within Department- Recommendations Only 4/12/2016 Department of Children and Families OFFICE OF EDUCATION WINDOW REPLACEMENTS $450 $180 $180 $90 $180 Sub-Total: $450 $180 $180 $90 $180 The Regional Schools were built in the late 1960's to the early 1970's. Of the sixteen remaining schools 5 remain in need of window replacement. The windows that were originally designed were Pella casement windows all of the sites have asbestos and or PCB's in the chalking which will require removal and disposal by a certified abatement company. Due to their age, they are single paned and they do not have the energy efficiency (R-value) that new windows have. Most of the crank operators do not function and many of the sills have begun to rot. The installation of new windows would increase energy efficiency. The new Pella windows can also be purchased with an internal blind system which would decrease costs of blind replacement and increase schools security by being able to quickly obscure the view from the outside. Department of Children and Families $450 $450 $180 $180 $90 $180 $180 $90 $180 $180 COMM-16: Page 1 of 15 Department of Corrections DIVISION OF MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL SUPPORT FIRE ALARM SYSTEM REPLACEMENTS $32,615 $32,615 $1,422 Sub-Total: $32,615 $32,615 $1,422 This request is for the purchase and installation of automated fire alarms systems for buildings at several DOC facilities. The department has several violations of the New Jersey Uniform Fire Safety Code throughout multiple institutions. All institutions have been taking action to avoid fines and penalties from the Department of Community Affairs. It is recommended that new automated fire alarms systems be installed at the various facilities to improve the safety of the facilities for staff, inmates and the public. Funding of the fire alarms systems will bring DOC a step closer to complying with the New Jersey Uniform Fire Safety Code. FY17 funding is being requested for fire alarm system replacements at 10 facilities. Of the amount requested, the Commission recommends $920k for Northern State Prison and $502k for East Jersey State Prison. DIVISION OF MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL SUPPORT SPRINKLER / SUPPRESSION SYSTEM REPLACEMENTS $42,929 $42,929 $732 Sub-Total: $42,929 $42,929 $732 This request is for the purchase and installation of sprinklers / suppression systems for buildings at several DOC facilities. The department has several violations of the New Jersey Uniform Fire Safety Code throughout multiple institutions. All institutions have been taking action to avoid fines and penalties from the Department of Community Affairs. It is recommended that new sprinklers / suppression systems be installed at the various facilities to improve the safety of the facilities for staff, inmates and the public. Funding of the fire alarms systems will bring DOC a step closer to complying with the New Jersey Uniform Fire Safety Code. FY17 funding is being requested for sprinkler/suppression system replacements at 8 facilities. Of the amount requested, the Commission recommends $94k for Northern State Prison and $638k for East Jersey State Prison. COMM-16: Page 2 of 15 Department of Corrections DIVISION OF MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL SUPPORT SECONDARY EGRESS INSTALLATIONS $25,181 $25,181 $1,223 Sub-Total: $25,181 $25,181 $1,223 This request is for the purchase and installation of secondary egress for buildings at a few DOC facilities. Installing additional egresses at the various facilities will improve the safety of the facilities for staff, inmates and the public. Funding of the projects will bring DOC a step closer to complying with the New Jersey Uniform Fire Safety Code. FY17 funding is being requested for secondary egress installations at 4 facilities. Of the amount requested, the Commission recommends $841k for Mountainview Youth Correctional Facility and $382k for New Jersey State Prison. DIVISION OF MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL SUPPORT ROOF REPLACEMENTS $57,419 $13,055 $38,636 $5,728 $645 Sub-Total: $57,419 $13,055 $38,636 $5,728 $645 Many facility roofs have been leaking for a number of years and are beyond repair. Without funding for roof replacements, facilities will experience continued structural damage and the potential for health and safety hazards to staff and inmates. Funding of these projects would result in a reduction of temporary repairs to equipment and man-hours associated with maintaining and repairing leaking roofs. FY17 funding is being requested for roof replacements at 7 facilities. Of the amount requested, the Commission recommends $645k for East Jersey State Prison. Department of Corrections $158,144 $158,144 $113,780 $38,636 $5,728 $113,780 $38,636 $5,728 $4,022 $4,022 COMM-16: Page 3 of 15 Department of Education DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATION REPLACE ROOF AND HVAC $2,260 $2,260 $2,260 Sub-Total: $2,260 $2,260 $2,260 Replace 20 year old, 32,780 sqft roof: including demolition, coping, insulation, flashing, caulk, and drainage - $819,500 Replace 2,000 sqft vertical metal siding and replace skylight - $80,000 Replace existing rooftop units - $385,000; New DDC Controls - $164,500; New Duct and Control - $262,500; Overhead and Profit 10% - $171,500 Soft Costs (A/E fees, Contingency, Permits, Legal, etc.) - $376,530 DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATION REPLACE EMERGENCY DOORS $115 $115 $115 Sub-Total: $115 $115 $115 Replace wooden emergency doors with metal doors as the frames are collapsing and hard to open and close. These doors may not be up to fire code. DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATION REPLACE ROOF AND EXTERIOR RESTORATION $480 $480 $480 Sub-Total: $480 $480 $480 The current spray-on polyurethane roof is blistered, cracked, split and open in several areas. The roof and its many old patches need to be replaced with a high-end roofing system ($462,000). Power wash exterior wall and re-caulk wall openings around doors and windows ($18,000). COMM-16: Page 4 of 15 Department of Education DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATION REPLACE ROOF $672 $672 $672 Sub-Total: $672 $672 $672 Replace 20+ year old built-up roof which has blistered and bubbled at several locations. DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATION REPLACE ROOF $408 $408 $408 Sub-Total: $408 $408 $408 Roof replacement is necessary. RDS has been repairing its 40-year-old roof for the last 10 years. At the beginning of the school year, the school had to be closed for 3 days due to mold infestation and subsequent remediation. It was determined the mold was a result of a leaking roof and dirty HVAC units. The HVAC units were cleaned and/or replaced; however the roof has had to be continuously repaired since then. All surplus funding was exhausted after paying for mold remediation and a repairs of continuous leaks. Roofing contractors have told the school that replacing the roof is the only solution to the continuous leaks and the potential for mold infestation. DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATION REPLACE ROOF $678 $678 $678 Sub-Total: $678 $678 $678 Replacement of 33,000 square foot roof that would include removal down to deck, installation of tapered insulation 1/4 inch slope, cover board, built-up roof system and new perimeter metal. COMM-16: Page 5 of 15 Department of Education Department of Education $4,613 $4,613 $4,613 $4,613 $4,613 $4,613 COMM-16: Page 6 of 15 Department of Environmental Protection PUBLIC FUNDED SITE REMEDIATION HAZARDOUS WASTE $270,590 $45,965 $38,571 $37,054 $149,000 $5,027 Sub-Total: $270,590 $45,965 $38,571 $37,054 $149,000 $5,027 Funding is provided from the constitutional dedication of Corporate Business Tax (CBT) revenue for Hazardous Waste Cleanup. Continuation of clean-up efforts currently in progress are of the highest priority to protect human health and the environment. Lack of funding for these projects would have a potentially negative impact on both the health and well-being of the State's residents and on the environment. PARKS AND FORESTRY RECREATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ROADS, PARKING & BRIDGE REPAIRS $20,000 $7,000 $7,000 $6,000 $13,931 Sub-Total: $20,000 $7,000 $7,000 $6,000 $13,931 Funding is provided from the constitutional dedication of Corporate Business Tax (CBT) revenue for Parks and Forestry Recreational Development. Priorities include recreational fish and wildlife development as well as renovation and construction of park facilities, amenities and historical sites. Lack of funding for these projects will result in increased future costs to defer the maintenance/improvements, and a possible negative impact on the safety of and access for park clients. COMM-16: Page 7 of 15 Department of Environmental Protection ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION FLOOD CONTROL FLOOD CONTROL-HR 6 URGENT $49,910 $8,170 $8,240 $7,600 $25,900 $6,500 Sub-Total: $49,910 $8,170 $8,240 $7,600 $25,900 $6,500 Encompasses urgent flood control assistance for Green Brook ($17,750,000,$17,750,000, $17,750,000), Passaic Mainstem ($2,000,000, $2,000,000, $2,000,000), Molly Ann Brook ($250,000, $250,000, $250,000), Saddle River ($500,000, $500,000, $500,000), Ramapo River ($600,000, $600,000, $600,000) Flood Warning Inundation ($500,000, $500,000, $500,000), Administrative Costs ($620,000, $640,000), and USGS ($400,000,$450,000, $450,000). Lack of funding for this project will negatively impact on flood control efforts at these locations, potentially resulting in property and other losses in the event of flooding. The federal-to-state match is about 2:1. Projects that ultimately get implemented are dependent on the level of federal funding that is received by the Army Corp of Engineers. Typically, the State has provided between $6.5m to $9.0m in annual funding for urgent HR 6 projects. PUBLIC FUNDED SITE REMEDIATION BROWNFIELDS REMEDIATION $175,000 $25,000 $25,000 $25,000 $100,000 $10,053 Sub-Total: $175,000 $25,000 $25,000 $25,000 $100,000 $10,053 Funding is provided from the constitutional dedication of Corporate Business Tax (CBT) revenue for Brownfields site cleanup. Provides for loans and grants for investigating and remediating brownfields. These may be commercial or industrial contaminated sites that are currently vacant or underutilized, and on which there has been, or there is suspected to have been a discharge of a contaminant. This will lead to the restoration of brownfield sites to productive use. COMM-16: Page 8 of 15 Department of Environmental Protection ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION SHORE PROTECTION SHORE PROTECTION- STATE PROJECTS $77,000 $11,000 $11,000 $11,000 $44,000 $25,000 Sub-Total: $77,000 $11,000 $11,000 $11,000 $44,000 $25,000 Funding is provided for Shore Protection (HR6) State lead projects. Projects include: Stevens Institute, Bayshore Floodgate, Bureau of Geology, Stockton College, Division of Fish and Wildlife, and Administration. Without funding, shore protection projects at the above areas will not be completed. Therefore, beach erosion and other protection problems could negatively impact New Jersey's coastal communities, tourism and the related economy. Funding is provided from a portion of realty transfer fee receipts pursuant to statute. GREEN ACRES PROGRAM STATE LAND ACQUISITIONS $460,000 $70,000 $70,000 $80,000 $240,000 $37,475 Sub-Total: $460,000 $70,000 $70,000 $80,000 $240,000 $37,475 Acquisition of land statewide for the preservation of open space including but not limited to: Natural areas; Farney/Highlands; Pinelands; Skylands Greenway; Water Access areas; Watershed; Historic Resources; Technical; Contingency; Greenways. Also for acquisition of Blue Acres properties in the Delaware and Passaic River floodplains. Funding will allow the program to continue the Governor''s Open Space Preservation ptogram. The loss of opportunities to preserve adequate open space to protect the State's water and other critical natural and historic resources and to provide sufficient space for needed recreational facilities. COMM-16: Page 9 of 15 Department of Environmental Protection PUBLIC FUNDED SITE REMEDIATION PETROLEUM UST REMEDIATION, UPGRADE & CLOSURE $175,000 $25,000 $25,000 $25,000 $100,000 $9,048 Sub-Total: $175,000 $25,000 $25,000 $25,000 $100,000 $9,048 Funding is provided from the constitutional dedication of Corporate Business Tax (CBT) revenue for Petroleum Underground Storage Tank remediation (excludes State-owned tanks). Provides for low interest loans and grants for the closure and replacement of petroleum underground storage tanks, as well as the cost of remediating any discharges therefrom. Lack of funding for these projects could result in tank discharges that would have a negative impact on drinking water supplies, surface water bodies, sensitive populations and other receptors. This would affect both the health and well-being of the State's residents and the environment. Department of Environmental Protection $1,227,500 $1,227,500 $192,135 $184,811 $191,654 $658,900 $192,135 $184,811 $191,654 $658,900 $107,034 $107,034 COMM-16: Page 10 of 15 Department of Law and Public Safety OFFICE OF STATE MEDICAL EXAMINER GENERATOR REPLACEMENT $800 $800 $800 Sub-Total: $800 $800 $800 A FY 2017 capital appropriation of $800,000 is requested to replace the back-up generator at the Regional Medical Examiner''s Office, Newark, NJ. The Edwin H. Albano Institute of Forensic Science Office is a State-owned facility, approximately 31 years old and operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It consists of the Regional Medical Examiner Office, State Toxicology Laboratory and Division of Criminal Justice administrative offices. Department of Law and Public Safety $800 $800 $800 $800 $800 $800 COMM-16: Page 11 of 15 Juvenile Justice Commission JUVENILE JUSTICE ROOF REPLACEMENTS 2 66A $5,256 $1,166 $1,590 $500 $2,000 $1,166 Sub-Total: $5,256 $1,166 $1,590 $500 $2,000 $1,166 The following roofs are listed in priority order and require full replacement: 1. Vocational Building Voorhees RCH - $530, Johnstone Campus Tramburg Building - $636,000 These roofs are all beyond their lifespan. The Vocational Building and Tramburg Building are actively leaking and have had numerous repairs. Both of these buildings are in use 365 days a year and are an integral part of the Voorhees and Johnstone Campus. The Vocational Building roof at Voorhees is over 50 years old and is beyond repair. The Tramburg Building roof is leaking and starting to damage the occupied space, affecting the health and safety of the JJC employee s. Juvenile Justice Commission $5,256 $5,256 $1,166 $1,590 $500 $2,000 $1,166 $1,590 $500 $2,000 $1,166 $1,166 COMM-16: Page 12 of 15 Department of Military and Veterans Affairs NATIONAL GUARD PROGRAMS SUPPORT VARIOUS ROOF REPLACEMENTS $11,971 $971 $500 $2,000 $8,500 $971 Sub-Total: $11,971 $971 $500 $2,000 $8,500 $971 Operating Impact: Increase: Decrease: $25 The scope of this project focuses on re-establishing building moisture protection. Major maintenance and repair projects for the facilities continue to increase with various type projects required to ensure the integrity of the facilities and their systems. Anticipated projects in priority order are roof replacements at the following locations: 1.Riverdale Armory 2.Sea Girt Bldgs.7,55,68. Both priorities are matched with an additional 50-75% matching federal funding. NATIONAL GUARD PROGRAMS SUPPORT ARMORY RENOVATION $2,495 $2,495 $2,495 Sub-Total: $2,495 $2,495 $2,495 This request is to mitigate serious life/health/safety issues throughout the facility due to mold and water damage caused by age and structual damage of the load bearing walls. The renovation requires a phased approach which, when complete, will allow this facility to be operational for the NJ National Guard for the next 40 years. The pitched metal roof system is currently under design and will be ready for FY16 Capital funding to award. The estimated cost for the roof is $1,500,000, of which, the federal government will fund 75% of the cost or up to $750k.The State must match 25% and anything over the federal $750k limit. The metal roof system will have a 50 year life cycle and will extend the useful life of the facility up to 50 years, compared to a standard flat roofing system which is only years. These assurances are good only if the complete bldg. restoration is completed over the next 3-5 years. The roof is the first step in the process, and the shared cost is estimated at $750k for the fed. and $ k for the State. The remaining bldg. renovations would include repairs to the Architectural, Structual, Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing systems at an estimated cost of $3.49 mil. Department of Military and Veterans Affairs $14,466 $14,466 $3,466 $500 $2,000 $8,500 $3,466 $500 $2,000 $8,500 $3,466 $3,466 COMM-16: Page 13 of 15 Department of Transportation TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS IMPROVEMENTS TRANSPORTATION TRUST FUND $9,079,916 $1,296,831 $1,296,947 $1,297,042 $5,189,096 $1,296,831 Sub-Total: $9,079,916 $1,296,831 $1,296,947 $1,297,042 $5,189,096 $1,296,831 Funds to pay the debt service of Transportation Trust Fund Authority, provide capital maintenance assistance to NJ Transit and to provide funding for pay-as-you-go Transportation Capital Program. The funds are derived from the constitutional dedication of motor fuel tax,the constitutional dedication of a portion of the sales and use tax,contributions from various transportation related authorities, motor vehicle surcharges, and commercial motor vehicle registration. Department of Transportation $9,079,916 $9,079,916 $1,296,831 $1,296,947 $1,297,042 $5,189,096 $1,296,831 $1,296,947 $1,297,042 $5,189,096 $1,296,831 $1,296,831 COMM-16: Page 14 of 15 Interdepartmental Accounts OPEN SPACE PRESERVATION PROGRAM OPEN SPACE PRESERVATION PROGRAM $686,000 $98,000 $98,000 $98,000 $392,000 $97,701 Sub-Total: $686,000 $98,000 $98,000 $98,000 $392,000 $97,701 The Open Space Preservation program uses a constitutional dedication of $98 million annually from the State Sales tax to provide for open space and farmland preservation, historic preservation and park development in urban, suburban and rural areas. This was initiated as a ten year program, which ended in fiscal year Since, the dedication of sales tax monies are being used to fund debt service requirements of bonds and other obligations incurred to fund the program. STATEWIDE CAPITAL PROJECTS LIFE SAFETY AND EMERGENCY PROJECTS $11,000 $11,000 $11,000 Sub-Total: $11,000 $11,000 $11,000 Provides necessary funding for life, safety and emergency projects. Interdepartmental Accounts $697,000 $697,000 $109,000 $98,000 $98,000 $392,000 $109,000 $98,000 $98,000 $392,000 $108,701 $108,701 STATEWIDE TOTALS: $11,188,145 $11,188,145 $1,721,971 $1,620,664 $1,595,014 $6,250,496 $1,526,813 $1,721,971 $1,620,664 $1,595
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