Capital Improvement Plan
The Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) is a five-year plan that identifies planned capital projects and land acquisitions, including a schedule and financing structure for each project. The plan provides a link between campus strategic plans and the University’s capital budget.
Having the Plan also helps to schedule projects and define next steps. Having Board approval in advance for the System CIP provides an opportunity to be involved in the planning stages of the project and inform the CIP. This also provides the opportunity to have important discussions about the strategic direction of each institution and capital and deferred maintenance.
|Facilities Condition Assessment||Completed 2012|
|Facility Space Needs Assessment (4 months)
||October 2013 – January 2014|
Capital Improvement Plan Preparation (3 months)
||February 2014 – April 2014|
Campus Master Plan Preparation (9 months)
||May 2014 – January 2015|
|Facilities Space Needs Assessment and updated Campus Map to Board of Regents Facilities Committee||February 2014|
|Capital Improvement Plan to Board of Regents Facilities Committee||May 2014|
|MP1 Report to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board||June 2014|
|Campus Master Plan to Board of Regents Facilities Committee||February 2015|
Questions about the Capital Improvement Plan?
Mike Yancey, Director
Office of Facilities Information
General Services Building
4211 Elgin #231, 77204-1004