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The Prioritization Process seeks project submissions from all organizations across campus. Some University organizations, such as those under the leadership of the Executive Vice President, the Vice President for Student Affairs, or academic organizations under the leadership of the Provost are supported by Deferred Maintenance funds. Their facilities projects will compete for the available Deferred Maintenance funding based on the priority and criticality of each project. Other organizations, such as the Athletic Department, Auxiliary Services, or the Cooperative Extension must fund their own projects. However, project submissions are sought from these organizations, as well, so that Facilities can plan for the workload associated with those projects and develop an overall Project Execution Plan that encompasses all Auburn University projects.
Deferred Maintenance Investment Categories
Renovation and Alteration Category Projects
If Auburn University organizations have renovation or alteration requirements, they may submit them as part of the prioritization process. As a rule, the requesting organization’s will have to fund 50% of the cost of these projects. These projects will compete for the $2.0 million of available Renovation and Alteration Investment Category funding based on the relative priority of the projects. For academic projects submitted by those organizations under the leadership of the Provost, Facilities will ask the Provost to consolidate the list of projects and prioritize them. Facilities will prioritize and integrate the Provost prioritized projects along with Administration and Student Affairs project into a Project Execution Plan for Renovation and Alteration. If an organization can fully fund a project on their own, the project will not have to compete for funding—it will be added to the Project Execution Plan.