Sample Highlights from the Capital Improvement Plan
|Project ID||Project Title||Project Start Year||Project Description||Project Spend Total||Page Ref||Project Satus|
|331768||ADA Improvements - FAS||2022||This project is the FAS American with Disabilities Act (ADA) ongoing program that will address specific ADA improvements and upgrades at various FAS-owned and operated facilities. Past work has included reconfiguration of restrooms, meeting rooms and other spaces, reconfiguration of facility amenities such as drinking fountains and various public access routes to sites, buildings and public spaces. Future funding allows FAS to implement its long-term strategy that resolves the most critical public-facing ADA deficiencies first and maximizes accessibility to the greatest extent possible.||10557000||604||Ongoing|
|331669||Transmission Pipelines Rehab||2022||This ongoing program rehabilitates and upgrades water pipes and associated structures in the City of Seattle's transmission system. It assists SPU in providing agreed-upon pressure and flow for wholesale customers, limiting drinking water supply outages, and meeting applicable regulatory requirements of the Washington Department of Health.||48113000||560||Ongoing|
|330945||Utility Infrastructure Restoration and Repairs||2022||This ongoing project funds the repair, renovation and upgrade of utility infrastructure at Seattle Center. Utility infrastructure includes chilled water and steam lines, water and sewer lines, electrical equipment, communication lines, fire alarms, access control and other systems. Typical improvements may include, but are not limited to, repair and replacement of underground piping for steam, chilled water and condensate lines; efficiency upgrades to the Center's chilled water loop; HVAC system renovation; replacement of water and fire mains; connectivity improvements; and electrical infrastructure upgrades.||17622000||160||Ongoing|
|331791||Fire Station 31 Replacement||2020||This project provides funding for acquisition, design and construction of a new Fire Station 31 to replace the existing facility and the demolition of the existing Fire Station 31. The 2020 appropriations are supported with an Interfund Loan. The Interfund Loan will be paid back with 2021 LTGO Bond Proceeds ($8.09m).||45883000||615||Ongoing|
|331101||Advanced Metering Infrastructure||2015||The first phase of this project replaced approximately 400,000 meters with Smart Meters. The second phase of this project funds the replacement of approximately 25,000 remaining meters with Smart Meters allowing two-way communication between Seattle City Light and its customers, residential or commercial. Smart Meters continuously record and transmit consumption data to the utility. They also automate meter reading, increase customer service, heighten billing capacity, reduce energy consumption, improve outage restoration efficiency, and support rate structure flexibility. Implementation of the project positions the utility to comply with North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) and Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) programs and requirements.||101947000||309||Ongoing|
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- A listing of the capital projects or equipment to be purchased
- The projects ranked in order of preference
- The plan for financing the projects
- A timetable for the construction or completion of the project
- Justification for the project
- Explanation of expenses for the project
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