OUS Fact Book 2000
Replacement Value and Deferred Maintenance

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Oregon University System Facilities

The seven Oregon University System campuses and the university centers in Bend, Coos Bay, and greater Portland comprise nearly half the major state buildings in Oregon. Altogether, these facilities constitute about 17.7 million gross square feet of academic, auxiliary, and utility space, with a current replacement value (CRV) in excess of $3.1 billion.
Nearly 40% of the gross square footage of the OUS campuses was built between 1955 and 1970. Some 2.25 million gross square feet of educational space was built in the 1960s. A June 2000 study identified over $545 million of deferred maintenance on OUS campuses.

2000 Current Replacement Value of Facilities
and Percent of CRV in Deferred Maintenance

  Current Amount % of CRV
  Replacement Value in Deferred Maintenance in Deferred Maintenance

EOU $110,000,000 $6,500,000 5.9%
OIT              101,000,000 21,000,000 20.8%
OSU           1,086,000,000 203,700,000 18.8%
PSU              570,000,000 138,400,000 24.3%
SOU              176,000,000 23,200,000 13.2%
UO              906,000,000 135,500,000 15.0%
WOU              132,000,000 17,000,000 12.9%
    Total $3,081,000,000 $545,300,000 17.7%

NOTE: The specific selection criteria for this table differ from those used in the previous Fact Book, making comparisons with past data unwise.
Source:  OUS Office of Finance and Administration, Administration Division.

Note: If you are unfamiliar with the Oregon University System, you may want to view a legend of abbreviated institution names.

Revised: March 2001
Contact/Comments: IR@ous.edu