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STATE OF COLORADO

OFFICE OF THE STATE ARCHITECT

FACILITIES AUDIT PROGRAM


INSTRUCTIONAL PACKET

BASED ON THE
FACILITIES AUDIT PROGRAM OF THE
DEPARTMENT OF FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY

January 2001

FACILITIES AUDIT PROGRAM


TABLE OF CONTENTS
OFFICE OF THE STATE ARCHITECT....................................................................................................... 1
FACILITY AUDIT DECISION MATRIX........................................................................................................ 3
WHY DEVELOP A FACILITY AUDIT PROGRAM?.....................................................................................4
WHAT INFORMATION IS GAINED FROM AN AUDIT?..............................................................................4
ORGANIZING THE FACILITIES AUDIT PROGRAM...................................................................................5
PROGRAM QUALIFICATIONS................................................................................................................... 7
INSPECTION TIME TABLE (estimates) and INSPECTION CALENDAR....................................................7
BUILDING LIST AND INFRASTRUCTURE IDENTIFICATION.................................................................10
COLLECTION OF HISTORIC BUILDING/INFRASTRUCTURE DATA/DRAWINGS.................................10
FORMS AND THEIR USE......................................................................................................................... 14
EXPLAINING THE RATING OF THE BUILDING COMPONENT..............................................................14
LIFE CYCLE.............................................................................................................................................. 16
PHOTOGRAPH INDEX FORM.................................................................................................................. 17
CALCULATING THE RENEWAL COSTS.................................................................................................17
FACILITIES CONDITION INDEX............................................................................................................... 18
FACILITIES AUDIT, AUDITOR FIELD INSPECTION CHECKLIST...........................................................20
REFERENCES/BIBLIOGRAPHY............................................................................................................... 20
TEMPLATES - FACILITIES AUDIT PROGRAM (15 forms).......................................................................21

FACILITY AUDIT DECISION MATRIX


(ASSET MANAGEMENT TOOL)

FIELD AUDITS

MAINTENANCE
PROJECTS
UNDER $15,000

FACILITY
CONDITION INDEX
(FCI)
BUILDING

FACILITY MASTER PLAN


ACADEMIC MASTER PLAN
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION
NATIONAL/STATE BENCHMARKS
BUILDING CODES
LIFE SAFETY ISSUES
OPERATION/MAINTENANCE PROBLEMS

INFRASTRUCTURE
CONDITION
ASSESSMENT

BUILDING &
INFRASTRUCTURE
DEFICIENCY LIST

AND

OR
FIVE-YEAR
CONTROLLED
MAINTENANCE
PLAN

CONTROLLED
MAINTENANCE
(CM) REQUEST
>$15,000

Done
Simultaneously

Specific FY
Detailed
Requests

FIVE-YEAR
CAPITAL
CONSTRUCTION /
CAPITAL
RENEWAL PLAN

CAPITAL
CONSTRUCTION
(CC) / CAPITAL
RENEWAL
REQUEST

WHY DEVELOP A FACILITY AUDIT PROGRAM?


The primary goal of a facility audit program is to create a powerful, comprehensive document
(operations, management tool) which identifies and quantifies areas requiring the necessary
actions and costs to renovate, retrofit, restore, modernize or maintain existing building and
equipment to a like new condition. The audit will serve to acquaint administrators, building
proctors and maintenance personnel where deficiencies exist, with the overall condition of their
buildings, and will provide concise information that will assist in long range planning and
budgeting activities. The audit will provide Facilities Services management/maintenance
personnel with data that will aid them in prioritizing building renewal and deferred maintenance
projects. Additionally to the building audit, an analysis of the campus, facility, or agency
infrastructure will identify where deficiencies exists because of the age of the equipment, the
frequency of work orders, or where the infrastructure has reached or exceeded design capacity.

WHAT INFORMATION IS GAINED FROM AN AUDIT?

The information gathered in the facility and infrastructure audits are used to generate a
variety of reports. The findings of a properly designed facility audit program can provide
management and maintenance staff useful data including:

Identify building, equipment, and infrastructure deficiencies.

Offer a constant flow of essential maintenance and repair work for the maintenance staff
and facilities management.

Provide facilities management with data that will aid in prioritizing building renewal and
deferred maintenance projects.

Present a report to assist administrators, facility managers, and accountants with their
long-range planning and budgeting activities.

Substantiate the total deferred maintenance backlog.

Provide cost parameters for the provision of adequate funding for facility renewal.

Enhance personnel safety by identifying potential hazards.

Appraise the effectiveness of any preventive and corrective maintenance programs


currently in place at the institution.

Reduce the overall costs of maintenance by initiating early corrective actions in lieu of
reacting to later breakdowns.

Achieve productivity improvements by correlating priority maintenance workloads with


workforce labor availability and scheduled material procurements.

Increase the reliability and obtain the full economical life of equipment through proper
maintenance, thereby decreasing the need for additional capital investment.

Reduce the number of equipment failures, thereby preventing interference with essential
operation, reducing the dangers to life and property, and avoiding the high cost or long
lead times for replacement of critical support equipment.

Reduce the frequency of trouble calls through proactive maintenance so that fewer
resources are expended on crises, thereby enabling the preventive maintenance
program to become more effective.

ORGANIZING THE FACILITIES AUDIT PROGRAM


The scope of the audit program has been defined and will be discussed covering the following
items.
Selection of project coordinator and audit team members.

Number of buildings and type of infrastructure to be audited.

Collection of historical building and infrastructure information.

Calculating the component multipliers.

Developing/Modifying and training on the audit forms.

Inspecting buildings by components on the basis of a physical analysis.

Provides a determination of existing conditions, which is usable as a base for future


surveys.

Weighing the different components/systems of the analysis to produce an assessment.

Providing data that can be used for justifying and setting priorities.

Time frame (number of buildings per cycle) for completion of the project based upon the:
Number of building (GSF),
Amount of infrastructure,
Maintenance/management personnel available,
Conducted by in-house personnel, professional firm, or a combination of both,
Expected time between inspections.

Type of reports to be generated.

Historical records must be reviewed to collect historical data on each building. The prints and
drawings will provide the basic familiar knowledge of the different components and should be
referred to prior to conducting the actual audit. Replacement costs, gross square feet, building
construction dates and other historical data will need to be gathered and furnished to the audit
team. Maps identifying the location of underground utilities and the transfer of ownership from
the utility company need produced. The transfer of ownership for utilities varies from next to the
building, the meter, or the property line. Maps locating all sidewalks, walkways, and roads need
to be available. Include a listing of any security, historical, land use easements, or other
constraints on a building or a site.
Establishing a time frame for completion of the field audits (building & infrastructure inspections)
will be based upon an original estimate of man-hours and adjusted after performing test audits
on three campus buildings. It is extremely important, however, to allow adequate time for a
thorough inspection by the team members. The man-hour requirements will be calculated for
the filed inspection and then doubled as a rule of thumb as it takes as long to write the report as
it takes to conduct the audit.

PROGRAM QUALIFICATIONS
This program is designed to provide reasonably accurate results, however there are some
qualifications that must be interpreted so that unreasonable expectations do not develop.
Building costs must be current and reflective of total replacement of just existing systems
and shall not reflect items that are not within the building but may be required by code or
programs.

Deficiencies must be rated as accurately as possible. Because there are different levels
of technical abilities of the evaluator, there will be some variation in the results from
different evaluations. The deficiency percentage is somewhat subjective based upon the
evaluators judgment.

The cost of each building component is also subjective. It is based on a percentage of


the total value of the building. These percentages are called component multipliers and
vary according to building type.

It is very important that users understand that any chosen method of evaluation will not produce
infallible results while using commonly available in house staff for the audit team. The results of
this kind of building audit should never be looked upon as a substitute for an engineering study
when renovations are being planned.

INSPECTION TIME TABLE (estimates) and INSPECTION CALENDAR


Description
Classroom Facilities
Laboratory Facilities
Office Facilities
Supporting Facilities
Health-Care Facilities
Residential Facilities
Buildings Roofs
Roads & Streets
Sidewalks & Other
Pavements
Grounds
Improved
Semi-Improved
Unimproved

Unit of
Measure
10,000 S.F.
10,000 S.F.
10,000 S.F.
10,000 S.F.
10,000 S.F.
10,000 S.F.
10,000 S.F.
1,000 S.Y.
1,000 S.Y.

Structural

Electrical

Mechanical

Total

1.5
2.4
1.8
2.4
2.3
1.8
1.2
0.1
0.1

1.0
1.9
1.4
1.9
1.5
1.4
----

1.3
2.1
1.4
2.1
2.0
1.4
----

3.8
6.4
4.6
6.4
5.8
4.6

Acre
Acre
Acre

0.5
0.4
0.3

----

----

* Minimum Inspection Time


Structural/Roof -- 1 hour, Electrical -- 0.5 hours, Mechanical -- 0.5 hours

Time Requirements for one facility audit cycle


Building
Name
Book
Storage
Insectary
Education
Military
Sciences
Student
Services
Natural
Resources
Administrati
on
Glover
Danforth
Chapel
Hughes
Stadium
TOTALS

Size
G.S.F.
28,000

Structural
Unit Hours
1.5
4.20

Roof
Unit Hours
1.2
4.20

Mechanical
Unit Hours
1.3
3.64

Building
Electrical
Total
Unit Hours
Hours
1.4
3.92
15.96

4,313
40,931
13,814

3.0
2.0
2.0

1.29
8.19
2.76

1.5
1.5
1.5

0.65
6.14
2.07

2.5
2.0
2.0

1.08
8.19
2.76

2.2
2.0
2.0

0.95
8.19
2.76

3.97
30.71
10.35

34,208

1.8

6.16

1.5

5.13

1.4

4.79

1.5

5.13

21.21

73,027

2.0

14.61

1.5

10.95

2.0

14.61

2.0

14.61

54.78

32,172

1.8

5.79

1.5

4.83

1.4

4.50

1.5

4.83

19.95

49,733
1,059

2.5
1.8

12.43
0.19

1.5
1.5

7.46
0.16

2.0
1.4

9.95
0.15

2.0
1.5

9.95
0.16

39.79
0.66

40,354

1.5

6.05

1.5

6.05

1.7

6.86

1.8

7.26

26.22

57.76

223.6

317,611

61.67

47.64

56.53

AUDITORS AND INSPECTORS QUALIFICATIONS


The selection of the project coordinator is important. They must share the agencys or
institutions desire to have a system of records that will accurately reflect the condition of owned
and maintained buildings and infrastructure.
Inspectors have been selected because of their technical knowledge/experience and are most
familiar with the campus buildings plus the operations of the systems contained therein. The
size of the team may vary from time to time and will be determined by the scope of the project.
Each inspector will have an opportunity to collect historical data and calculate component
deficiencies and etc.
Representatives from the various trade shops will be identified for the evaluation team because
of their knowledge and experience with the condition of the buildings and various components.
Team members will be selected and thoroughly trained in the methodology to be used in the
building evaluation program.
A facilities audit manager and/or institutional representative who is responsible for the
coordination of the audit should be included.
Carpenter Experience
Roof Systems
Ceilings
Walls

Floors Tile/Carpet
Structure
Foundations
Doors/Jambs
Locksets/Hardware

HVAC Experience
Plumber Experience
Piping
Cold Water
Hot Water
Distilled Water
Fire
Drinking Fountains
Steam
Chill Water
Chemical - i.e. (Nitrogen & Oxygen)
Water Closets
Natural Gas
Lavatories
Painter Experience:
Interior Paint
Exterior Paint
Wallpaper
Door Signs
Name Plates
Glass

Air Conditioners
Heating Systems
Controls
Energy Management Systems
Hoods
Preventive Maintenance on Equipment
Electrician Experience
Electric Panel Main / Secondary
Transformers
Switches
Lighting - Relamping Program
Emergency Lighting
Exit Lighting
Safety Standards
Fire Alarm Systems
Handicap Accessibility
Health and Life Safety
Means of Egress

BUILDING LIST AND INFRASTRUCTURE IDENTIFICATION


A complete list of all buildings, operations/maintenance budget sources, locations, and list of
owned/maintained infrastructure is required.
For a higher education institution the
operation/maintenance budget sources could used to determine which department is
responsible for the facility audit program. The location of a building will help determine what
buildings are inspected as a group. The location of infrastructure is important to determine
where the building inspection ends and the infrastructure assessment starts. Generally,
everything within 5 feet of the building footprint is inspected with the building.

COLLECTION OF HISTORIC BUILDING/INFRASTRUCTURE DATA/DRAWINGS


The facility audit process requires some historic information on the buildings prior to the field
inspections.
Building Name and location (address, city)

Utilization of Space (occupancy type)

Building Number (Risk Management assigned number and agency assigned number)

Date of original construction and any date of major remodeling/renovations

Gross Square Footage and number of floor above ground and below grade

Description of Building Characteristics. Building information can usually be obtained


from as-built drawings or other such documents.

Building Replacement Cost. This value needs updated annually. Accurate replacement
cost is important to calculate component renewal costs. This may be obtained from a
number of sources including facilities planning reports, risk management (insurance)
reports, records of recent buildings square footage costs for similar buildings or
construction cost guides such as the Means Square Foot Costs.

Contact the local utility companies to determine location of all buried infrastructure,
ownership, known problems, and other pertinent information.

Maintenance history of building and infrastructure equipment/system.

Building Name __________________________________________________________


Agency Building Number __________ Risk Management Building Number ___________
Building Type (Means Classification) _________________________________________
Building (occupancy) Use __________________________________________________
Location (address, city) ____________________________________________________
Gross Square Footage
Net Assignable Square Footage
Replacement Cost
Year Constructed
Year Renovated
Number of Levels above grade
Number of Levels below grade

CALCULATING COMPONENT MULTIPLIER VALUES


The component multiplier values are critical to the accuracy of the report, as it represents the
percentage of value that each component has to the total value of the building. The building
needs evaluated based upon what actually exists, not what is required because of code,
program needs, and proposed additions. It is used in the mathematical formula that yields
dollar values for deficiencies and renewal costs. There is no source for these multipliers that
encompasses all building types construction methods or locations.
However, a few
percentages points one way or the other should not be a large concern if accuracy expectations
are not unreasonable. Some sources for this information may be the facilities department, past
construction records, and local construction contractors or architectural firms. Means Square
Foot Costs manual can provide templates and cost data.
The following example shows how the 2001 Means Square Foot Costs Manual was used to
derive component multipliers. The sample is based on a M-120 Classroom (2-3 story) building.
The cost for this building is $110.70 per square foot. This value includes contractor and
architectural fees. The construction cost is only $82.76 per square foot. While this may be too
low a figure for most areas of the county, the component square foot costs are proportional to
the total, and that is all that is important. The square fool cost of each component system
divided by $82.76 will give the percentage to be used as the component multiplier.

Foundation System

Column and Exterior Walls

Floor System

Roof System

Ceiling System
Interior Walls and Partitions

Footing and Foundations


Excavation and Backfill
Total this system
$ 1.91 / $ 82.76

Component
Multiplier
$ 1.40
0.51
$ 1.91
0.023

Structural Walls
Exterior Wall
Total this system
$ 3.98/ $ 82.76

$ 1.87
2.11
$ 3.98

Elevated Floors
Floor Finishes
Slab on Grade
Stairs
Total this system
$ 11.42 / $ 82.76

$ 5.03
3.53
1.66
1.20
$11.42

Superstructure
Covering
Insulation
Openings and Specialties
Total this system
$ 4.60 / $ 82.76

$ 2.77
1.09
0.66
0.08
$ 4.60

Ceiling Finishes
$ 3.63 / $ 82.76

$ 3.63

Partitions

$ 2.95

0.048

0.138

0.056
0.044

Window System
Door System

HVAC System
Plumbing System
Conveying System
Electrical System

Specialties
Safety Systems

Totals

Wall Finished
Interior Surface Exterior Walls
Total this system
$ 5.65 / $ 82.76

2.28
0.42
$ 5.65

Exterior Windows
$ 2.98 / $ 82.76

$ 2.98

Interior Doors
Exterior Doors
Total this system
$ 3.06 / $ 82.76

$ 2.67
0.39
$ 3.06

Heating / Cooling
$ 13.80 / $ 82.76

$13.80

Plumbing
$ 10.09 / $ 82.76

$10.09

Elevators
$ 2.04 / $ 82.76

$ 2.04

Service and Distribution


Lighting and Power
Total this system
$ 11.12 / $ 82.76

$ 2.85
8.27
$11.12

Chalkboards, Counters, Cab


$ 3.32 / $ 82.76

$ 3.32

Fire Protection
Alarm Systems & Emer. Light
Total this system
$ 5.16/ $ 82.76

$ 1.28
3.88
$ 5.16

0.068
0.036

0.037
0.167
0.122
0.025

0.134
0.04

0.062
$82.76 100%

The columns of figures on the right side are the component multipliers for College Classrooms.
Some agencies/institutions include the architectural and contractor fees in the component
multiplier calculations. Therefore, the denominator than would be $110.7 instead of $82.76.
This can work if the building replacement value is calculated based upon construction cost,
architectural, and contractor fees. The architectural and contractor fees need to be in both the
component multiplier calculations and building replacement value, or in neither location to have
accurate component renewal values. This is explained in more detail in the calculation the
renewal costs section in a few pages.
Another benefit of the component multiplier calculation is a check of the replacement value for a
building. If the components are closed matched to the building, then the final $/SF is a start for
determining the cost to replace a building.

The following list of building types were selected to be representative categories for CSU
buildings, recognizing that the component values will vary widely between, for instance,
classroom building and an office building.
M.120 Classroom (2-3 Story)
M.150 College Laboratory
M.290 Garage Repair
M.310 Gymnasium
M.330 Hospital (2-3 Story)
M.390 Library
M.410 Medical Office (2 Story)
M.460 Office (2-4 Story)
M.470 Office (5-10 Story)

M.490 Police Station


M.500 Post Office
M.510 Racquetball Court
M.590 School, Vocational
M.650 Swimming Pool
M.660 Telephone Exchange
M.690 Warehouse
M.700 Warehouse, Mini

More accuracy may be gained from a large number of building types, but too many may cause
unnecessary complexity.

FORMS AND THEIR USE


The inspection forms require multiple sources of information for their completion. Some of the
historical information obtained is required on the audit forms before the field inspection is
started. Most of the information, ratings, and comments are entered during the field inspection
process. Sample inspection form are attached to the end of this document.
During the building inspection the forms are used to record the information the audit team
collects as they inspect the building, interview the building proctors, building manager, trades
supervisors and other building maintenance personnel, and review records of maintenance and
equipment history.
The comments are important in that they help explain the resultant rating, provide information to
prioritize the discovered deficiencies, and provide a history for the next building inspection.
When the audit team has completed a building inspection, members of that team should meet
and discuss their findings relative to the deficiencies noted and fill out the required form for each
component. Then the subcategories for each component should be rated and a priority
assigned to each deficiency. Simple math, performed with a pocket calculator will reveal the
renewal cost for the building component.
As a final step, all of the notes and documentation gathered during the building inspection
should be used to generate a detailed file that would justify the rating given to any of the
building components. The building audit form, together with the detailed facility audit condition
(FCI) value, will contain enough information to generate a number of administrative reports.

EXPLAINING THE RATING OF THE BUILDING COMPONENT


Each component is sub-categorized to provide more specific areas to evaluate. It should be
noted that the overall total rating given any component can not be greater than 1.00 or 100%.
The sub-categories are not pre-weighted and any valve between 0 and 1 (such as 0.20, 0.25
and 0.75) can be used. Based upon knowledge and experience, it becomes the responsibility of

the inspector to determine the value that best fits the deficiency of the component sub category.
Since a rating of 1.0 would represent a completely deficient system, there should be very few
instances where the total rating will approach 1.0. The ratings are based upon what exists in a
building and not what by code, academic program, or occupancy used is required in the
building. The prioritization process used to determine what deficiencies are put forward as
maintenance request included a review of applicable building codes, academic/agency master
plans, and other important and relevant concerns. The inspectors need to consider the age of a
component in relation to its expected life and how well it has been maintained. Below is a chart
with assumed expected life of components.
The inspection process is subjective, but inspectors should evaluate buildings as objective as
possible.
In determining a rating for a system, multiple categories may be used with the final system
rating being the sum of all categories.
The inspector uses these priorities in scoring his observed deficiencies and he should be aware
that in many instances, repair of higher priority deficiencies cannot be accomplished without first
correcting a deficiency in a lower priority category. In this case, it makes sense to combine the
deficiencies into a higher priority category.
An inexperienced audit team may find it difficult to assign accurate percentages in the rating
section, therefore until a certain level of expertise or confidence is achieved, the inspectors can
work the formula backwards by computing a cost first and then computing the percentage.
There are several sources of accurate repair cost data that will help inspectors verify their
results. Some of them are:

Means Repair and Remodeling Cost Data

Contractors Estimates

Maintenance Trades Estimates

Building Repair Records

Selecting and defining the following six priority categories best suits CSU needs and has been
adopted by State Buildings. Any number of priority categories may be established, however,
our audit has been developed using only six, as defined below:
Six priority categories have been established for the facilities audit:
1. SAFETY - Situations or conditions, which pose an immediate danger to life, limb or
property, if the deficiency is not corrected. Matches the Health and Safety Hazard
operational criteria used in the CM evaluation scoring process.
2. DAMAGE/WEAR OUT - Potential for serious damage to the building or the building
components if the deficiency is not corrected. Matches the Disruption Operations
(Agency Programs) operational criteria used in the CM evaluation scoring process.
3. CODES/STANDARDS - Building codes and/or institutional standards were not met
during construction or renovation. Condition may or may not represent an urgent
situation if deficiency is not corrected.

4. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPROVEMENTS - Correctable deficiencies that will improve


system operations and increase the comfort level of the building occupants.
Matches the Causing Damage or Deterioration operational criteria used in the CM
evaluation scoring process.
5. ENERGY CONSERVATION - Amelioration or upgrading of the operating systems to
reduce energy consumption or increase energy efficiency in the building.
6. AESTHETICS - Renovation designed to improve the appearance of the building.

LIFE CYCLE
A building's useful life is limited by the durability of its systems (a building does not fail as a
whole but by components). A building's production life is limited by its continuing ability to meet
the needs of the institution, which change over time.
Each building on Colorado State University campus consists of a set of subsystems such as:

Foundations and Structure


Roofing
Exterior Cladding
Interior Partitions
Interior Finishes
Elevators
Plumbing
HVAC - Moving
HVAC - Static
Electrical - Moving
Electrical - Static
Fire Protection
Special Equipment

Life

Range

N/A
25
N/A
50
10
40
30
15
50
35
50
50
50

N/A
15-40
50 Up
25 Up
5 Up
20-75
20-80
15-25
30-75
20-50
30-75
20-100
10-50

Useful
Life
Chosen

Current
Replacement
Cost

Provision for
Renewal

20
50
25
12
75
40
20
40
35
50
50
15

The characteristics of facilities subsystems are that they collectively constitute the building, that
each subsystem has a definable useful life.

PHOTOGRAPH INDEX FORM


PHOTOGRAPH INDEX
Building Name
Survey Date
Photograph No.

Inspector
Description

Location (room)

CALCULATING THE RENEWAL COSTS


After the deficiency ratings are entered in the prioritized rating section of the component form,
the priority columns should be added and the sub-totals recorded. Add the subtotals together
and place the results in the total rating blank. This total must not exceed 1.0 or 100%.
Multiplying the total rating by the component multiplier will yield the percent of component
deficiency. This figure multiplied by the building replacement cost will give the renewal cost for
this building component of the building system.
For example, consider Natural Resources with a replacement cost of $6,342,000 (in 1994). The
evaluation reveals that the roof system has several areas of deterioration. The physical
condition is determined to have a rating of .30 or 30% in the damage/wear out column. The
renewal cost is $95,130. Other areas of the roof have actual leaks now and need patching. The
deficiency rating of .10 or 10% is in column two showing a renewal cost of $31,710. The
drainage is bad and the water was standing in large pools and weeds were growing. Column
two shows .10 or 10% to correct the drainage at a cost of $31,710. The insulation has been
damaged by moisture and a deficiency rating of .05 or 5% was estimated by the auditor for a
cost of $15,855. Flashing around mechanical equipment, cooling tower, hatch cover and
skylights are included in the opening and specialties in column two at .01 or I %. Adding the five
estimated deficiencies gives a total roof system rating of .56 or 56%.
Looking now at the schedule of component multipliers at building type (2.12) classroom in roof
column is .05. Multiplying .56 by .05 gives a component deficiency of .028. The total cost to
replace the roof is now figured by multiplying the building replacement cost of $6,342,000 by .
028 with the result being $177,575.

FACILITIES CONDITION INDEX


Category of System
Foundation

0.25

0.0164

0.0041

Renewal Cost $
$9,014,969
$ 36,961

Col. & Ext. Walls

0.55

0.0691

0.0380

$ 342,569

Floors

0.21

0.1560

0.0328

$ 294,790

Roof

0.31

0.0468

0.0145

$ 130,717

0.6

0.0622

0.0373

$ 336,258

Int. Walls & Partitions

0.61

0.1198

0.0731

$ 658,994

Windows

0.27

0.0375

0.0101

Doors

0.32

0.0397

0.0127

$ 114,490

Cooling/Ventilation

0.39

0.1397

0.0545

$ 491,316

Heating

0.26

0.1398

0.0363

$ 327,243

Plumbing

0.44

0.0338

0.0149

$ 134,323

Electrical

0.17

0.0778

0.0132

$ 118,998

Conveying

0.55

0.0437

0.0240

$ 216,359

0.2

0.0177

0.0036

1.0

0.3690

$3,326,522

Ceiling

Safety
Totals

Total
Rating

Component
Multiplier

Component
Deficiency

FACILITIES CONDITION INDEX (FCI)


(1 - COMPONENT DEFICIENCY TOTAL) X 100% = FCI
[1 0.369] x 100 = 63.1 %
OR
(1 - TOTAL RENEWAL COST/ REPLACEMENT VALUE) X 100% = FCI
[1 - $3,326,522 / $9,014,969] x 100 = 63.1 %

91,051

32,454

In determining the overall condition of the building, a point system will be used to classify the
building maintenance rating. This point system summary is as follows:
Facilities Condition

Condition Rating (FCI)

Acceptable: No deficiencies noted

100

Needs maintenance: Routine or minor maintenance needed

95-99

Major Maintenance: The recurring need to keep in good repair


building systems or components which have known maintenance
cycles of greater than one year

75-94

Remodel: Reworking of spaces in a building

55-74

Extensive Renovation: Major replacement, alteration, or


upgrading of building systems or components that is necessitated
by facility obsolescence

35-54

Demolition: Unsatisfactory and cannot be renovated; replace


building

0-34

FACILITIES AUDIT, AUDITOR FIELD INSPECTION CHECKLIST

Facility Management Name Tag

Camera/Film

Master Keys

Flashlight

Clipboard

Component Worksheets

Roof Plan

Roof Warranty

Small Scale Floor Plans

Electrical One-Line Diagrams

Asbestos Abatement Report

Assigned Work Order Number

REFERENCES/BIBLIOGRAPHY
Financial Planning Guidelines for Facility Renewal and Adaption by The Society for College and
University Planning, 1989.
Facilities Audit Workbook A Self-Evaluation Process for Higher Education by Harvey H.
Kaiser APPA Association of Physical Plant Administrators, 1987.
Facilities Audit Workshop The Arizona Approach How to Conduct a Facilities Audit
Presentation by H. Val Peterson, Arizona State University, 1990 & 1991.
Means Square Foot Costs by R.S. Means Company, Inc., 1992.
Facility Condition Analysis by ISES Intelligent Systems Engineering Services, 1991.
Managing the Facilities Portfolio by National Association of College & Universities Business
Offices, 1991.
The Decaying American Campus A Ticking Time Bomb APPA, 1989.
Colorado State University Facilities Audit, 1990

TEMPLATES - FACILITIES AUDIT PROGRAM (15 forms)


BUILDING SUMMARY
Building Name

Date of Audit

Agency Building Number

Risk Management Bldg #

Construction Date

Gross Square Feet

Building Type

Number of Stories

Current Replacement Cost (year)

System Category
Foundation
Columns and
Exterior walls
Floors
Roof
Ceiling
Interior walls and
Partitions
Windows
Doors
Cooling / Ventilation
Heating
Plumbing
Electrical
Conveying
Safety

Total Rating

Current Replacement Cost:


100,000
Component
Component
Renewal Cost
Multiplier
Deficiency
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

SUBTOTAL
* AE/OP
0
Component Deficiency Total
Total Project Cost:
0
Facilities Condition Index (FCI) = 100 (deficiency total x 100)
100.00
* AE/OP component multiplier x sum of component deficiency x building replacement cost
* AE/OP Component Multiplier x Subtotal of Component Deficiency = AE/OP Component Deficiency, which is the A/E
fees, overhead and profit for the construction costs. The building replacement cost x AE/OP Component Deficiency =
Renewal Cost for AE/OP.

FOUNDATION SYSTEM
System Type:
1. Exterior Columns: Individual footings & piers
Pre-drilled/driven piling
Continuous footings
Caissons
Mats
2. Foundation Materials: Steel
Concrete
Wood
Masonry
Combination
Other
_________________
3. Interior Footings: Individual footings & piers
Piling, pile caps and piers
Other
_________________
4. Foundation Walls : Continuous Footings
Grade Beams
Other
__________________________________

Additional description _________________________________________________________

RENEWAL
COS COMMENTS
T

PRIORITIZED RATING
SYSTEM
EVALUATION
1) Cracked Walls
2) Foundation
Settlement
3) Foundation
Deterioration
4) Design Load

5) Surface Condition
6) Maintainability
7) Drainage /
Infiltration
Rating Sub-Totals

Total
Rati
ng

Total
Rating

Component
Multiplier
X

Component
Deficiency
Equals
0

Bldg Replacement
Cost
X

Renewal Cost
For Component
Equals $
-

Rating Explanation:
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COLUMN & EXTERIOR WALL SYSTEM


System Type:
1. Structural: Reinforced Concrete Columns
Structural Steel
Reinforced Concrete Walls
Structural Wood
Load Bearing Masonry
Light Steel Frame
Other
________________________
2. Non-Structural Walls:
Masonry: Brick
Concrete Block
Limestone
Marble
Granite
Combination
Other
_____________
Curtain or Panel: Metal
Glass
Asbestos Cement
Laminated
Other
__________________________
3. Insulation: Fiberglass Bats
Other
____________________ Thickness ____________________

Additional description ____________________________________________________________

RENEWAL
COS COMMENTS
T

PRIORITIZED RATING
SYSTEM
EVALUATION
1) Physical
Condition
2) Waterproofing

3) Caulking
4) Cleaning /
Pointing
5) Insulation
6) Maintainability
7) Painting
Rating Sub-Totals

Total
Rati
ng

Total
Rating

Component
Multiplier
X

Component
Deficiency
Equals
0

Bldg Replacement
Cost
X

Renewal Cost
For Component
Equals $
-

Rating Explanation:
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FLOOR SYSTEM
System Type:
Classification: 1 hour
2 hour
4 hour
Other
_____________________
Structure:
1.Reinforced Concrete: Slab & Beam
Pan Joist
2-Way Slab
Waffle Slab
Flat Slab
Pre-Cast Concrete: Double Tee
Span Deck
Single Tee
Structural Steel: Bar Joist
Metal Deck
Steel Frame
Wood Frame
Other
________________
2.Floor Finish: Vinyl Asbestos Tile
Vinyl Composition Tile
Asphalt Tile
Concrete
Wood
Carpet
Terrazzo
Brick
Epoxy
Quarry Tile
Ceramic Tile
Other
_________________________________

Additional description __________________________________________________________

RENEWAL
COST

PRIORITIZED RATING
SYSTEM
EVALUATION
1) Structural
Condition
2) Maintainability

COMMENTS

3) Floor Finish
4) Vibration
5) Fire Rating
6) Design Load
7) Acoustical Quality
8) Stairs & Stairwells
Rating Sub-Totals

Total
Rating

Component
Multiplier
X

Total Rating

Component
Deficiency
Equals
0

Bldg Replacement
Cost
X

Renewal Cost
For Component
Equals $
-

Rating Explanation:
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ROOFING SYSTEM
System Type:
1. Flat: a: Concrete: Slab & Beam
Flat Slab
Joists & Slab
Waffle Slab
Other ____________________
b: Pre-Cast Concrete: Double Tee
Single Tee
Span Deck
c: Steel: Metal Deck & Beam
Metal Deck & Joist
Tectum & Joist
Other ____________________
2. Pitched a: Steel: Truss & Wood Deck
Truss & Nailable Concrete
Other
________________________
b: Wood Rafter & Sheathing
Wood Truss & Sheathing
Other
________________________
3. Insulation: Light weight concrete
Rigid Fiberglass
Vermiculite
w/Asphalt Binder
Urethane
Polystyrene
Fesco Board
Foam Glass
Fiberglass Batt
Other
_____________________
4. Roof Material : Built Up Asphalt
Built Up Coal Tar Pitch
Asphalt Shingles
Clay Tile
Slate
Asbestos Shingles
Copper
Steel
Aluminum
Other
__________________________________
5. Parapets : Concrete
Brick
Block
Pre-cast Concrete
Other
________________________________

Additional description __________________________________________________________

RENEWAL
COS
T

PRIORITIZED RATING
SYSTEM
EVALUATION
1) Physical Condition

COMMENTS

2) Leaks
3) Drainage
4) Insulation
5) Dissimilar Types
6) Fire Rating
7) Design Load
8) Opening &
Specialties
7) Maintainability
Rating Sub-Totals

Total
Ratin
g

Total
Rating

Component
Multiplier
X

Component
Deficiency
Equals
0

Bldg Replacement
Cost
X

Renewal Cost
For Component
Equals $
-

Rating Explanation:
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CEILING SYSTEM
System Type:
1. Integral Systems: Exposed Structure
Attached to Structure
Other ________________________
2. Suspended System: Lay in Metal Grid
Gypsum Board
Concealed Spline Metal Grid
Plaster
Other
_
3. Materials: Mineral
Wood Fiber
Fiberglass
Metal
Wood
Other
_____________________
4. Finishes: Integral Paint
Fabric
Other
__________________________________________

Additional description __________________________________________________________

RENEWAL
COS
T

PRIORITIZED RATING
SYSTEM
EVALUATION
1) Physical Condition

COMMENTS

2) Suitability
3) Accessibility
4) Appearance
5) Maintainability
6) Acoustical Quality
Rating Sub-Totals

Total
Ratin
g

Total
Rating

Component
Multiplier
X

Component
Deficiency
Equals
0

Bldg Replacement
Cost
X

Renewal Cost
For Component
Equals $
-

Rating Explanation :
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INTERIOR WALLS & PARTITIONS SYSTEM


System Type:
1. Classification: Movable
Rigid
Load Bearing Other ________________________
2. Framing: Metal Stud
Wood Stud
Masonry
Other
________
3. Materials: Plaster
Drywall
Wood Paneling
Exposed Masonry
Ceramic Tile
Concrete
Structural Glazed Tile
Other
______________________________
4. Finishes: Integral
Painted
Vinyl Wall Covering
Other
_____________________________

Additional description _________________________________________________________

RENEWAL
COST

PRIORITIZED RATING
SYSTEM
EVALUATION
1) Strength &
Stability
2) Appearance

COMMENTS

3) Physical
Condition
4) Acoustical Quality
5) Adaptability
6) Maintainability
7) Specialties
Rating Sub-Totals

Total
Rating

Component
Multiplier
X

Total Rating

Component
Deficiency
Equals
0

Bldg Replacement
Cost
X

Renewal Cost
For Component
Equals $
-

Rating Explanation:
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WINDOW SYSTEM
System Type:
1. Wood
Steel
Aluminum Other ________________________
2. Double Hung
Fixed Glass
Casement
Projected
Awning
Other
________
3. Single Glazing
Double Glazing
Clear Glass
Tinted Glass
Heat Absorbing Glass
Other
______________________________
4. Shading Devices: Interior Blinds
Exterior Blinds
Solar Screens
Awning
Shades
Architectural Devices
Other
__________________________________________

Glass Block
Drapes

Additional description __________________________________________________________

RENEWAL
COS
T

PRIORITIZED RATING
SYSTEM
EVALUATION
1) Functional Ability

COMMENTS

2) Physical Ability
3) Appearance
4) Infiltration
5) Maintainability
Rating Sub-Totals

Total
Ratin
g

Total
Rating

Component
Multiplier
X

Component
Deficiency
Equals
0

Bldg Replacement
Cost
X

Renewal Cost
For Component
Equals $
-

Rating Explanation :
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DOOR SYSTEM
System Type:
Aluminum
Steel

Wood

Glass

Sliding

Hinged

Folding

Other

________________________

Additional description __________________________________________________________

RENEWAL
COS
T

PRIORITIZED RATING
SYSTEM
EVALUATION
1) Door Leaf

COMMENTS

2) Frame
3) Hardware
4) Closers
5) Security
6) Panic Devices
7) Fire Rating
8) Keying
9) Maintainability
Rating Sub-Totals

Total
Ratin
g

Total
Rating

Component
Multiplier
X

Component
Deficiency
Equals
0

Bldg Replacement
Cost
X

Renewal Cost
For Component
Equals $
-

Rating Explanation:
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COOLING / VENTILATION SYSTEM


System Type:
1. Space Equipment: a: Direct Expansion: Window Units
Single Zone
Single Zone Constant Volume
Through the Wall
All Air Multi-zone
Double Duct
Other ____________________
b: Air-Water: 2 Pipe Fan Coil
Induction
Terminal Reheat
Variable Volume Reheat
Unit Ventilators
4 Pipe Fan Coil
Variable Volume
Other ________________
2. Refrigeration Type & Quality: Reciprocating DX
Water Chiller
Central
Absorption
Other
_________
b: Wood Rafter & Sheathing
Wood Truss & Sheathing
Other
_______________________
3. Energy Source: Central Plant
Electricity
Steam
Gas / Oil
Other
____________________________
4. Heat Rejection Device: Air Condensor
Wood Tower
Metal Tower
Other
______________________
5. System Capacity: Total______________Tons
6. Control Type: Electric
Pneumatic
Other
______________________________

Additional description __________________________________________________________

RENEWAL
COS COMMENTS
T

PRIORITIZED RATING
SYSTEM
EVALUATION
1) Cooling Capacity

2) Temperature
Controls
3) Piping Ductwork
4) Noise Level
5) Energy
Consumption
Reasonable
6) Air Circulation &
Venting
7) Reliability
8) Economizer Cyc.
Inst.
9) Filtration
10) Humidity
11) Maintainability
Rating Sub-Totals

Total
Rati
ng

Total
Rating

Component
Multiplier
X

Component
Deficiency
Equals
0

Bldg Replacement
Cost
X

Renewal Cost
For Component
Equals $
-

Rating Explanation :
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HEATING SYSTEM
System Type:
1. Transfer Medium: Steam

Hot Water

Air

Electric

Other

________________________

2. Space Equipment: Radiators


Convectors
Finned Tube
Baseboard
2 Pipe Fan Coil
Pipe Fan Coil
Unit Ventilators
Radiant
Multizone
Double Duct Terminal Reheat
Constant Volume Single Zone
Other
________________________

3. Energy Source: Central Plant


Electricity
Steam
Gas / Oil
Other
________________________
4. System Capacity : Total______________BTUH
5. Control Type : Electric
Pneumatic
Other
______________________________

Additional description __________________________________________________________

RENEWAL
COS
T

PRIORITIZED RATING
SYSTEM
EVALUATION
1) Heating Capacity

COMMENTS

2) Temperature
Controls
3) Heating All
Seasons
4) Noise Level
5) Energy
Consumption
6) Air Circulation &
Venting
7) Filtration
8) Humidity Control
9) Maintainability
Rating Sub-Totals

Total
Ratin
g

Total
Rating

Component
Multiplier
X

Component
Deficiency
Equals
0

Bldg Replacement
Cost
X

Renewal Cost
For Component
Equals $
-

Rating Explanation :
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PLUMBING SYSTEM
System Type:
1. Services Available: Cold Water
Hot Water
Sanitary
Drain
Storm Drain
Acid Waste
Natural Gas
Vacuum
Compressed Air
Oxygen
Nitrogen
Deionized Water
Distilled Water
Sprinkler
Standpipe

2. Water Heating System:

a: Energy Source _______________


b: Storage Capacity, _______________ Gallons
c: Recovery Capacity _______________ Gallons Per Hour

Additional description __________________________________________________________

RENEWAL
COS
T

PRIORITIZED RATING
SYSTEM
EVALUATION
1) Supply Quantities

COMMENTS

2) Drain & Waste


Function
3) Sanitation Hazards
or Cross
Connections
4) Fixture Quantities
5) Fixture Types &
Condition
6) Wheelchair
Fixtures
7) Female Facilities
8) Roof Drainage
9) Site Drainage
10) Maintainability
Rating Sub-Totals

Total
Ratin
g

Total
Rating

Component
Multiplier
X

Component
Deficiency
Equals
0

Bldg Replacement
Cost
X

Renewal Cost
For Component
Equals $
-

Rating Explanation:
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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
System Type:
1. Power System:

Service Voltage___________________ Amperage_________________


Distribution Voltage__________________ Watts / Square Foot ____________________

2. Lighting System:

Basic Lamp Type: Incandescent


Fluorescent
HID Other
__________
Basic Fixture Type _____________________________________________

Additional description __________________________________________________________

RENEWAL
COS
T

PRIORITIZED RATING
SYSTEM
EVALUATION
1) Power System
1a) Safety Conditions
1b) Service Capacity

COMMENTS

1c) Switchgear
Capacity
1d) Feeder Capacity
1e) Panel Capacity
1f) Conventional
Outlets
1g) Branch Circuits
2) Lighting System
2a) Light Levels
2b) Fixtures
2c) Emergency
Lighting
2d) Exit Lighting
3) Maintainability
Rating Sub-Totals

Total
Ratin
g

Total
Rating

Component
Multiplier
X

Component
Deficiency
Equals
0

Bldg Replacement
Cost
X

Renewal Cost
For Component
Equals $
-

Rating Explanation :
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CONVEYING SYSTEM
System Type:
1. Conveying Systems & Quantities of Each
a: Elevators: Gearless
________Electric Gear
________Hydraulic
________ Other ________________
b: Dumbwaiters
________Lifts
________Escalators
________Pneumatic Tube
Other ____________
2. Elevator Speed:
Electric
__________Feet / Minute
Hydraulic
__________Feet / Minute
3. Elevator Capacity:
Electric
__________Pounds
Hydraulic
__________Pounds
4. Elevator Control Type: Manual
Selective
Selective Collective
Other
________________________

Additional description __________________________________________________________

RENEWAL
COS
T

PRIORITIZED RATING
SYSTEM
EVALUATION
1) Speed

COMMENTS

2) Size
3) Condition
4) Appearance
5) Maintainability
6) Noise
Rating Sub-Totals

Total
Ratin
g

Total
Rating

Component
Multiplier
X

Component
Deficiency
Equals
0

Bldg Replacement
Cost
X

Renewal Cost
For Component
Equals $
-

Rating Explanation :
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OVERALL SAFETY SYSTEM / STANDARDS


System Type:
1. Exits:

a: Stair Construction: Concrete


Steel
Wood
Other __________________
b: Stair Enclosures: None
1 Hour
2 Hour
Other ______________
c: Travel Distance __________________________________Feet
d: Number of Exits ___________________
a: Construction Type: I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
b: Building Height _______________ Feet Number of Stories ____________
c: Building Occupancy Group: : A - Residential
B - Business
C - School
D-

2. Fire Ratings:
Institutional

E Assembly
F - Storage
G - Industrial
H - Hazardous
3. Extinguishing Systems: Portable Extinguishers
Type__________ Size__________ Standpipe
Hose Cabinets
Sprinklers
Other
______________________________
4. Detection & Alarm Systems : Manual Alarm
w / Annunciator
Smoke Detectors
Fire Detectors
Visual
Audible
Other
______________________________
5. Lighting Systems : Exit Signs
Exit Lighting
Emergency Power Batteries
Emergency Generator
Other Power
______________________________

Additional description __________________________________________________________

RENEWAL
COS
T

PRIORITIZED RATING
SYSTEM
EVALUATION
1) Means of Egress

COMMENTS

2) Fire Ratings
3) Extinguishing
Systems
4) Detection & Alarm
System
5) Lighting System
6) Handicap
Accessibility
7) Asbestos
8) Electrical /
Emergency
Lighting
Rating Sub-Totals

Total
Ratin
g

Total
Rating

Component
Multiplier
X

Component
Deficiency
Equals
0

Bldg Replacement
Cost
X

Renewal Cost
For Component
Equals $
-

Rating Explanation :
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