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Department of Enterprise Services

Capitol Lake Long-Term Management Planning

30000740

Funding was provided in the 2020 supplemental budget to complete the technical analyses needed on the capitol lake long-term management plan, including submitting a draft environmental impact statement to the legislature by June 2021. This project provides remaining funds necessary to produce a final environmental impact statement that will be submitted to the legislature by June 2022.

Prior Biennium Current Biennium Reappropriations Appropriations Future Cost Total Costs
1,643,000 2,033,000 2,739,000 715,000 0 7,130,000
Funds: State Building Construction Account - State 7,130,000

Transportation Building Preservation

30000777

The Transportation Building’s exterior envelope, heating ventilation and air conditioning system and plumbing systems are failing. Significant seismic upgrades to the building are also needed. This project funds design of the preferred alternative necessary to address building deficiencies and renovate the building to meet current and future programmatic needs of the Washington State Department of Transportation. This aligns with WSDOT’s six-year plan, which includes relocating its employees located in the Edna Lucille Goodrich building in Tumwater into the Transportation building.

Prior Biennium Current Biennium Reappropriations Appropriations Future Cost Total Costs
0 0 0 14,880,000 70,788,000 85,668,000
Funds: State Building Construction Account - State 85,668,000

Elevator Modernization

30000786

Many elevators in properties managed by the Department of Enterprise Services have exceeded their life expectancy, which has contributed to equipment failures and entrapments. This project will modernize elevators in the Old Capitol Building (Elevators #1 and #2), Temple of Justice (Elevators #1), Natural Resources Building (Elevators #5, #6 and #7) and Plaza Garage (Elevator #4). A reappropriation of funds is also granted to complete improvements to an elevator in the Plaza Garage and the Capitol Court Building.

Prior Biennium Current Biennium Reappropriations Appropriations Future Cost Total Costs
769,000 997,000 1,325,000 8,738,000 26,214,000 38,043,000
Funds: State Building Construction Account - State 38,043,000

Campus Underground Utility Repairs

30000809

Section 1105 of the 2015-2017 Capital Budget directed the Department of Enterprise Services to assess the existing condition of underground utilities on the Capitol Campus and to develop a utility renewal plan, which was completed in 2017. This project will implement the renewal plan through an approach that is prioritized for the following: Campus Primary Electrical/Communications Circuit Improvements, Legislative Building - South Parking Lot Utilities & Drainage Improvements, Washington Street Drainage and Utilities Repairs, West Campus Fire Flow Study, Plaza Garage Electrical System Upgrades, West Campus Irrigation System Replacement, East Campus Irrigation System Replacement, Fiber Network Mapping and Improvement to Campus Loop, Cherry Lane Drainage and Utility Improvements, Campus Water Meter Replacement. Funding for the 2021-23 biennium is provided for Campus Primary Electrical/Communications Circuit Improvements.

Prior Biennium Current Biennium Reappropriations Appropriations Future Cost Total Costs
0 0 0 1,194,000 0 1,194,000
Funds: Thurston County Capital Facilities Account - State 1,194,000

Campus Physical Security & Safety Improvements

30000812

The 2018 supplemental capital budget provided the Department of Enterprise Services funding to install a distributed antenna system (DAS) in the Plaza garage. The 2019-21 capital budget provided additional funding to install a DAS in the Department of Transportation, Department of Natural Resources and Columbia Street garages. These projects were combined to produce shared savings for the projects. However, due to unforeseen costs associated with proprietary software of the DAS equipment, the current funding is not sufficient to complete the work. Funding is provided to address the shortfall in order to complete DAS installation in the Plaza, DOT, DNR and Columbia Street parking garages. The DAS equipment room in the Plaza garage will be installed prior to or concurrent with DAS installation in the DOT, DNR and Columbia Street parking garages because these garages will derive their source signals from the DAS equipment room in the Plaza Garage.

Prior Biennium Current Biennium Reappropriations Appropriations Future Cost Total Costs
0 2,748,000 1,541,000 571,000 0 4,860,000
Funds: State Building Construction Account - State 4,860,000

Grounds Maintenance Building

40000091

The Department of Enterprise Services received funding in 2017-19 to demolish the conservatory, which was documented through geotechnical monitoring as being on an unstable hillside. As a result, grounds maintenance operations, including staff and equipment, were temporarily relocated to the basement of the Legislative Building. Some building and grounds staff were also relocated to the ProArts opportunity site. This project will design and construct a new grounds maintenance facility to support the care and maintenance of the Capitol Campus grounds. Staff and equipment displaced by the conservatory demolition will be relocated to the new grounds maintenance building.

Prior Biennium Current Biennium Reappropriations Appropriations Future Cost Total Costs
0 0 0 3,800,000 0 3,800,000
Funds: Thurston County Capital Facilities Account - State 3,800,000

21-31 Statewide Minor Works - Preservation

40000180

Minor works preservation funding is provided to reduce risks to people and property and maximize the function and utility of state assets.

Prior Biennium Current Biennium Reappropriations Appropriations Future Cost Total Costs
0 0 0 887,000 7,331,000 8,218,000
Funds: State Building Construction Account - State 8,218,000

21-31 Statewide Minor Works - Programmatic

40000181

Minor works programmatic funding is provided to reduce risks to people and property and maximize the function and utility of state assets.

Prior Biennium Current Biennium Reappropriations Appropriations Future Cost Total Costs
0 0 0 174,000 2,250,000 2,424,000
Funds: State Building Construction Account - State 2,424,000

Facility Professional Services: Staffing

40000225

Pursuant to RCW 43.19.450 Facility Professional Services has the responsibility to perform public works project management and contract administration for capital projects on state facilities. Funding is provided for Facility Professional Services to provide capital public works for state agencies and technical and community colleges.

Prior Biennium Current Biennium Reappropriations Appropriations Future Cost Total Costs
0 0 0 25,000,000 73,867,000 98,867,000
Funds: State Building Construction Account - State 98,867,000

Capitol Campus Security & Safety Enhancements

40000226

There are security deficiencies on the Capitol Campus which limit the ability to effectively respond to emergencies. This project will install necessary access control hardware and software for exterior doors, design campus barrier protection systems and design and install new vehicle barriers systems.

Prior Biennium Current Biennium Reappropriations Appropriations Future Cost Total Costs
0 0 0 1,861,000 6,489,000 8,350,000
Funds: State Building Construction Account - State 8,350,000

Legislative Campus Modernization

92000020

The Newhouse building is beyond its useful life, the Pritchard building is underutilized, and the O’Brien building is crowded. This project will replace the Newhouse and Pritchard Buildings to accommodate programming and provide centralized locations and functional space for legislative agencies to increase efficiency and to support both the Senate and the House. In addition, the O’Brien Building will be renovated to reduce crowding. Funding in the 2021-23 biennium is provided for temporary buildings and design and construction funding of Newhouse. A reappropriation of funds is also granted to complete the predesign and begin design and construction work for the project.

Prior Biennium Current Biennium Reappropriations Appropriations Future Cost Total Costs
194,000 224,000 10,078,000 80,000,000 100,000,000 190,496,000
Funds: State Building Construction Account - State 190,496,000

Legislative Building Cleaning

92000028

The 2019-21 Capital Budget established a Legislative Building Cleaning Program which provided funding solely for the exterior preservation cleaning and repair of the following buildings: Insurance Building, John A. Cherberg Building, John L. O'Brien Building, Pritchard Building, Irv Newhouse Building, Temple of Justice and Legislative Building. Funding in the 201-23 biennium is for the Cherberg Building. A reappropriation of funds is also granted to finish cleaning of the Insurance Building.

Prior Biennium Current Biennium Reappropriations Appropriations Future Cost Total Costs
0 84,000 1,416,000 1,593,000 2,141,000 5,234,000
Funds: State Building Construction Account - State 5,234,000