Institutional Success - Facilities
Major Capital Expenditures measures the annual amount spent for new buildings, renovations, and additions. FY2018 expenditures did not achieve the 2018 target due to the construction delay on the Canning Center, which is waiting for funding from the state, as well as major capital projects that have schedules spanning multiple fiscal years. However, all major projects other than the Canning Center were either completed on time or were on schedule.
Major Preventative Maintenance Expenditures measures the amount of preventative maintenance funds expended. Major preventative maintenance expenditures are reported in annual and cumulative amounts. The College spent $38.5 million of preventative maintenance funds through FY2018, which is on track to meet the FY2019 target of $40 million.
Energy Consumption measures the energy consumed by fuel per gross square foot (GSF) of campus space, measured in British thermal units (BTUs). Harper’s energy consumption has decreased over time and is at a five-year low of 147,128 BTU/GSF in FY2018. This rate is well below the expected target of 156,000-166,000 BTU/GSF.