6.A.90 Facilities Construction

Facilities and Maintenance

 

 

  


Administrative Procedure: Facilities Construction

EFFECTIVE DATE:

February 9, 2005

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ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE CODE:

6.A.90

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Policy Reference

 

Legal Reference

Mb Reg 164/98

 

 

 



















News Construction and Major Renovation

The division shall reasonably consider barrier-free access and universal design principles in planning for all new construction and significant renovation.

The usual procedure for the planning of school facilities by the Border Land School Division follows the established line of action as listed below.

  • Staff identifies a need for new or additional facilities or renovations and the project is placed on the five-year capital plan of the Davison, submitted annually to the Public Schools Finance Board.
  • Every fall, the Public Schools Finance Board begins tis prioritization process and determines which projects are to be accepted for in-depth assessment and prioritization for their budget period of the ensuring year.Consultation with the Division is undertaken prior to a decision being made on projects to be accepted for assessment by the Public Schools Finance Board.
  • Once the project is accepted, it is referred to a Public Schools Finance Board project leader for an in-depth initial assessment, following which a recommendation is made to accept, delay, or deny the project for inclusion in their Public Schools Finance Board budget.
  • If recommended following assessment, the project is then included in the Public Schools Finance Board budget for Treasury Board approval.
  • Following Treasury Board budget approval, the project leader conducts a final assessment of the project and recommend to the Public Schools Finance Board that a ministerial award be prepared.
  • The ministerial award authorizes the Division to hire an architect or equivalent to prepare schematic plans for Public Schools Finance Board approval.