On November 1, the ECBS SWATeam had their fourth meeting of FY17. Representatives Doris Reeser and Brad Klein from the Deferred Maintenance Program came to talk about AFMFA and maintenance.
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AFMFA- Deferred Maintenance Funds (Ongoing)
Recent Project Updates
Allocate Existing Resources
- AFMFA- Deferred Maintenance Funds
- Allocate Maintenance Funds for Sustainability Improvements
- Utility and Energy Services Funds
Academic Facilities Maintenance Fund Assessment (AFMFA) is an ongoing fee University students are charged each semester in order to help fund various deferred maintenance projects. In 2008, AFMFA fees provided approximately $11.5 million for deferred maintenance projects.
To qualify for AFMFA funding projects must address deficiencies found on the VFA infrastructure deficiency list, have a noticeable impact on the University’s learning environment, and demonstrate a significant benefit to a large amount of students. Highest priority is given to projects that address safety concerns. Priority is also given to projects that have a profound effect on energy conservation.
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