Capital Project Requests

The President's Council at D'Youville reviews all requests for capital projects

A Capital Project is for work that transcends routine maintenance. The following are key tests to determine if your request requires the completion of this form:

  • Will the project extend the life, change the function or structure of existing facilities? or
  • Once completed will the project impact the expense budget (i.e. additional personnel) and/or revenues (i.e. enrollment increase)? or
  • The project represents an expenditure not normally associated with the maintenance & repair of the facility (i.e. painting, blinds, carpeting or
  • Will this capital funding request change the nature or scope of your program by way of investment in technological equipment? or
  • Does this request address a Health, Safety or ADA Access deficiency?

Faculty and staff who would like to request a capital project for consideration must submit annual capital project request form.

  • Though the form can be completed and submitted for consideration at any time of the year, if the project is approved it will then be added to the list of Capital Project Requests being considered for approval by the President's Council for the next fiscal year.
  • The President's Council reviews capital project requests in the fourth quarter of the year. 

Adobe Acrobat PDF file Download the Capital Project Request Form

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