Building Decarbonization Framework Scope of Work.pdf
Stage 1: Strategic Planning is the first step in an Infrastructure Project. The resources here will help campuses align strategy, direction and allocation of resources to strengthen essential functions. The next step in completing an Infrastructure Project is Stage 2: Master Plan & CEQA.
The strategic planning phase of an infrastructure project starts with getting familiar with the Strategic Plan of the campus. This plan is based on the vision of the president, combining both academic goals for students and faculty and the physical landscape of the campus itself.
Choose a campus below to see its Strategic Plan:
In addition to a strategic plan, each CSU campus has a Physical Master Plan. This outlines the physical requirements of a campus' academic and auxiliary programs.
Choose a campus below to see its Physical Master Plan:
A Utilities Master Plan (UMP) ensures that infrastructure development remains in line with campus utility capacity requirements, and that the appropriate amount of capital is allocated to investments in utility infrastructure. It also provides a framework for longer-term planning in order to support full-time equivalent (FTE) growth and climate resilience. If a new infrastructure project is in progress, updates will be necessary to ensure that the UMP reflects the most up-to-date capacity needs.
Utilities Infrastructure Master Plan Guide
This guide was developed by the Mechanical Review Board (MRB) and provides best practices for developing a new UMP. As part of the UMP development process, existing loads and capacity of each campus utility shall be assessed. The impact of the forward-looking campus master plan on these metrics will be used to inform future projects.
The following utilities are of interest:
SUAM Section VII: 9100-9121 - APD87
SUAM Section VII: 9110-9113 - Major Utility Projects
The campus' facilities condition assessments and deferred maintenance backlogs are available through the ISES database. These reports are to ensure that the proposed infrastructure project aligns with campus needs and priorities. Certain sets of equipment inventories, preventative maintenance studies, custodial staffing studies, and more are also available for select campuses.
The following tools should be used to inform the update and maintenance of infrastructure.
Government Code Section 13100 - 13104
Government Code Section 65041.1
CPDC Form 1-4.5 (Greenhouse Gas Estimating Tool)
CPDC Bulletin 20-003 High Performance Building Policy & Standards (will be published in the coming months)
Building Decarbonization Framework Scope of Work (PDF)