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is requested for 115 projects in fiscal year 2002. Funding requests are projected over the next four years for an additional 392 projects.

Construction funding has only been requested in fiscal year 2002 for those projects that have been completely designed. Because of the agency's current workload, only the most critical projects have been requested in fiscal year 2002. The five-year capital budget is projecting requests in the fiscal years 2003 through 2006 as follows:

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All the projects associated with future requests will be reviewed and reprioritized before being included in a current fiscal year request. However, the magnitude of the future capital project needs is evident from this table.

Attached is a graph “FY 2002 Capital Requests by Category" and a table “Fiscal Year 2002 Budget Request by Category" that breaks out the amount, number of projects and the percentage of each by category. Three projects account for more than 48 percent of the request. Those projects are the Capitol Dome ($42,500,000), the Library of Congress new Audio Visual Conservation Center at Culpeper Virginia ($5,000,000), and a new Off-Site Delivery/Screening Center for the Capitol Police ($6,750,000).

In past years, the AOC developed a reinvestment benchmark of 1.7 percent of the current replacement value of the facilities as a guide of the amount of cyclical maintenance funding that should be invested into the Capitol complex. This benchmark excludes capital project funding relating to the construction of additional facilities, security enhancements and technology management improvement that are included in the total capital request. For fiscal year 2002 the benchmark of 1.7 percent would indicate that $63 million should be reinvested in cyclical maintenance and renovation projects. As indicated on the attached graph titled "Cyclical Maintenance and Building Renovations," $77.4 million is being requested for facility reinvestment projects in fiscal year 2002. Because the benchmark represents an average, the current request is acceptable due to the fact it includes a request of $42.5 million for the Capitol Dome project. However, as indicated on the graph there will be much larger requests in future years.

The following table summarizes the funding levels presented in the five-year capital budget by category.

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The following table summarizes the capital budget request by appropriation.

Appropriation
No. of FY 2001 Projects

FY 2001 Budget

Dollars

FY 2002 Request

Dallars

Change
Dollars

#Major FY 2002

Project

5,278,000

62,696,000

57,418,300

Capitol Buildings

13 projects

Rehabilitate Capitol Dome-
S42,500,000
Off-site Delivery Center - $6,750,000
L'SPC Vehicle Maintenance Facility -
$3,260,000
Financial Management System -
$2,076,000
Replace Exit Doors for Emer. Egress
& Security - $782,000

223,000

1,876,000

1,653,000

Capitol Grounds

3 projects

Security Improvements, HSOB
Horseshoc Entrance, NE-$1,100,000
CAD Database Development - Site
Utilities & Grounds - $320,000

21,678,000

3,024,000

-13,654,000

Senate Office Buildings

7 projects

Construct Garage, Square 724.
$3,000,000
Modernize Elevators (12) HSOB-
$1,440,000
Interim Control Room for Televised
Hearings - $500,000

Renovate Rayburn Cafeteria $3,460,000 Elevator Modernization Program $3,000,000 Roof Fall Protection - $2,444,000 Fire Alarm System Upgrades for ADA - $1,514,000

Replace Deacrator Heaters -
$335.000
Install Dual Low Nox Burners,
Boilers 5-7 . $200,000

Audio Visual Center-$5,000,000
Roof Fall Protection, LB&O -
$1,778,000
Egress Improvements - $550.000

Conservatory Galleries Design
Exhibits - 5615,000
Implementation Contractor Support
Conservatory Courtyards . $400,000

501,000

6,928,000

16,427,000

House Office Buildings

2 projects

747,000

1,275,000

$28.000

Capitol Power Plant

S projects

6,010,000

0,105,000

4,095,000

Library Buildings &
Grounds

8 projects

25,000

1,697,000

1,672,000

Botanic Garden

1 projects

TOTAL

34,462,000

102,601,000

68,139,000

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CYCLICAL MAINTENANCE

18%

SECURITY 3% LIFE SAFETYADA

5%

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ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL FY 2002 OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET

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Includes Capitol Visitors Center - $100M ** Includes Capitol Dome - 542.3M, Off-Site Delivery Center - $6.8M & Audio Visual Center - $5M.

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