Gerry Bomotti INFRASTRUCTURE

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					Gerry Bomotti
Senior Vice President for
 Finance and Business
Campus Infrastructure
               The Campus Today - Circa 2006
4.7 Million GSF
27,912 Students
(Fall 2006 Headcount)

3,332 Faculty & Staff
(Fall 2006)
    Total Gross Square Feet of Space (GSF)
5000000

4500000

4000000

3500000

3000000

2500000

2000000

1500000

1000000

500000

     0
          1958   1968   1978   1988   1998         2007
                                         Total GSF – 4.7M
        Total Campus Maintained Space
                          Gross Square Feet (GSF)
                           40,840   257,575
                450,140



       91,752



                                              949,089




                                                          A dministratio n
                                                          A thletics/Stadium/A rena
                                                          Resid. HallsDining/Fo o d Service/A uxil.
                                                          A cademic/Educatio n/Techno lo gy/Libraries
                                                          Independent Operatio ns (EP A , etc.)
                                                          P arking Structures/Lo ts
                                                          Sho p/P hysical P lant/Wareho use/etc.



                                                661,137




2,249,826




                                                                               Total GSF = 4.7M
                  Age of All Facilities


                                          20-30 Years
    10-20 Years                               9%
        36%
                                                        30-40 Years
                                                            7%




                                                         30-41 Years
                                                             2%

                                                        40-51 Years
0-10 Years
                                                            7%
   39%

                        4.7 million gsf
Other Campus Summary Facilities Information

Total UNLV Buildings                               143

Total all "rooms"                                9,583

Total GSF - All facilities                    4,700,359

Total GSF under State O&M                     3,231,087

Total GSF under State O&M being added          646,963 (Mostly Science & Engineering, Greenspun
                                                          & Student Rec Center/Wellness
                                              3,878,050
       NSHE – Summary Space Needs - 2005
               CCSN        GBC        NSC        TMCC         UNLV          UNR      WNCC
1,000,000


                                                                          609,953
  500,000




       -
                          (31,730)                                                  (79,798)
                                     (87,135)
                                                (226,983)
 (500,000)



              (760,093)
(1,000,000)




(1,500,000)
                                                            (1,432,730)



(2,000,000)
                        UNLV Space Needs (GSF)
                           Fall 2005 (from NSHE Database)
       -



 (200,000)



 (400,000)

                                                               (406,620)
 (600,000)



 (800,000)



(1,000,000)

                     (1,026,110)
(1,200,000)



(1,400,000)

                                                                                                  (1,432,730)
(1,600,000)
              Classrooms, Class Labs, Research   Offices, Library, Phys. Ed. General Use, Phys.   Total Space Needs
                                                                      Plant
                           UNLV
     Estimated Deferred Maintenance Backlog
          Estimated Deferred Maintenance Backlog
   $140,000,000


   $120,000,000
                                              $129,898,709

   $100,000,000


    $80,000,000


    $60,000,000


    $40,000,000


    $20,000,000


           $-
Does not bring buildings to “new” condition     Based on $1.174 Billion in estimated Replacement Value
                          Biennial Totals
                 for State CIP Funding Received
$70,000,000




$60,000,000
                                                        $58,788,439


$50,000,000


                                                                      $40,384,452
$40,000,000
                            $34,905,256   $35,826,401

$30,000,000
              $24,306,095

$20,000,000




$10,000,000




      $-
                1999-2001     2001-2003     2003-2005     2005-2007     2007-2009
             Capital Projects
       Funding sources from 1995 - 2007
       16%



1%

                                     40%   State Dollars

                                           Institutional
                                           Funds
                                           Federal Funds

                                           Private Funds




 43%
             Campus Comparison With Other Similar
                                                      Institutions              99,187

                                                                                            11,000




                                 60,519


                             1,490                                                                     1,494

                                                        1,321
                                                                                                45,000


                                                                    1,067
     Enrollment                             910
                                                                           30,000                                                   860
                                                                                                            28,933
                                                                                                                           27,335
            Acres                                 23,045
                                                                                       24,500


                                                               17,582
                                                                                                                     427                  15,971




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Fall 2005
Land Acquisition Strategies
           Shadow Lane Campus Master Plan
Graduate Biomedical
Research Campus


Part of the Nevada Health               3
Sciences System Project



                                1



1. Partial remodel of SLC
       Building B
                                    2
2. Advanced Dental Education
      Building
3. Advanced Clinical Training
      Center
North Campus - Regional Context
  UNLV Research Foundation
Technology & Research Campus
E&G Institutional Support Expenditures as a
      Percent of Total Expenditures

                E&G Institutional Support Expenditures as a Percent of Total Expenditures
                                                                                            UNLV           Institutional
13.0%                                                                      Total E&G     Institutional       Support
                                                                          Current Funds    Support       as a percent of
                                                                               Expenditures (1)        Total Expenditures
12.0%                                                     FY 99                   174.3          21.6                 12.4%
                                                          FY 00                   191.4          22.8                 11.9%
                                                          FY 01                   211.1          23.8                 11.3%
11.0%                                                     FY 02                   245.1          23.8                  9.7%
                                                          FY 03                   273.6          23.9                  8.7%
                                                          FY 04                   307.3          23.0                  7.5%
10.0%                                                     FY 05                   340.0          25.8                  7.6%
                                                          FY 06                   379.4          27.3                  7.2%
                                                          FY 07 (draft)           414.4          26.9                  6.5%
 9.0%


 8.0%


 7.0%


 6.0%


 5.0%
        FY 99       FY 00     FY 01     FY 02     FY 03          FY 04           FY 05           FY 06         FY 07 (draft)
               Sustainability as a Focus for Future Infrastructure Development


Develop specific campus sustainability policies and standards.


“Green” purchasing web site


Utility consumption reduction investments/options.


Additional expansion of very successful campus recycling program and activities.


Multi-modal transportation planning and options.


“LEED” standard for new facilities


“Go Paperless” options
                Total Energy Utilization
                                 TOTAL ENERGY UTILIZATION
                              Electricity, Natural Gas, & Other Fuels
                 Electricity, Natural Gas, & Other Fuels
       20000

       19000                    19029.79


       18000

                  17088.33                    17209.73
       17000
KBTU




                                                            16158.09
       16000
                                                                          15246.33
       15000
                                                                                        14716.37
                                                                                                      14543.44
                                                                                                                   14265.54
       14000

       13000
               2000          2001          2002          2003          2004          2005          2006          2007
                                                           Fiscal Year

                                                           Usage per FTE
                                    WATER UTILIZATION
                              Water Utilization
       20                 19.74



       18                            18.10
               17.81
KGal




       16
                                                15.43
                                                             14.77

       14                                                                          14.09

                                                                        13.33                 13.39


       12
            2000       2001       2002       2003       2004         2005       2006       2007
                                               Fiscal Year

                                                Usage per FTE
      Other Key Infrastructure Issues/Priorities
                         Other Impacts of Sustained Rapid Growth

Network Infrastructure:
      Wiring, electronics, etc., including voice over internet and wireless


Automated Administrative Systems and Related Infrastructure – Includes Processes
and Policies:
     Many existing systems of 70’s architecture; iNtegrate System project; server maintenance and security;
many campus activities still have major manual components and/or outdated policies and processes.


Instructional Technology:
      Smart classrooms/equipment; support for faculty, etc.


Campus Primary Utility Capacity:
      Electrical capacity near maximum. Storm water issues exist. Water capacity an issue for future.


Administrative Support/Staffing:
       Administrative staffing metrics for UNLV generally very low in comparison with peers (faculty and support
staff for faculty comparisons also very low when compared with peers)
       Potential Opportunities/Responses
1.   Pursue options for public/private partnerships that can benefit UNLV.

2.   Leverage our real estate holdings to generate additional resources and/or other
     advantages for UNLV

3.   Garner additional support for “lease purchase” where the state provides us the
     annual revenue stream that they would otherwise have to commit to 30 year GO
     bonding.

4.   Prepare for successful implementation of iNtegrate, and address other
     automation/process improvements in addition.

5.   Arrive at clear and specific capital/1-time investment priorities within the context
     of available resources, as we are not able to address all needs. Those that are
     chosen as priorities need to be supported at an adequate level to make the
     investment effective.

6.   Move forward to integrate sustainability goals, policies and priorities into campus
     processes.

				
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