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Facilities Management Summary The Facilities Management Department provides services to County departments for the purchase, sale, and lease of real estate; manages new construction and significant remodel projects; provides oversight, maintenance, and management of County-owned facilities; and, develops and monitors appropriate countywide security systems, processes, and solutions. •

Facilities Management functions account for 1.8% of County positions.



The $18.5 million budget represents 2% of the total County budget for 2015. Funding Source Taxes Miscellaneous Revenues General Fund Support Transfer In Use of Fund Balance Total

$

$

2015 2,852,700 14,082,820 100,000 577,220 936,870 18,549,610

Percent of Total 15.4% 75.9% 0.5% 3.1% 5.1% 100.0%

2012 to 2015 Facilities Management functions are 5.1%, or $890,000, higher in 2015 than 2012. The 29.0% increase in 2014 over 2013 reflects one-time funding for construction of the new Parkland Sheriff Precinct that was carried over from 2013, as well as the planning and design of the new General Services Building. The 2015 budget reflects an increase in REET revenues over prior years.

2015 Current Budget The 2015 budget is 18.4%, or $4.2 million, lower than the previous year. The budget reflects the reduction of one-time funding for the Parkland Sheriff Precinct and the new General Services Building planning, but an increase over prior years in projects supported by REET revenues. Three new FTEs were added in 2014, and are included in the 2015 budget. 25

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2015 Budget Administration Bldg Lease $ 364,310 Capital Improvement 100,000 Facilities Management 14,636,830 Parkland Precinct Construction 18,550 REET Capital Improvement 3,429,920 Total $ 18,549,610

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2015 FTE 2.15 — 45.64 — 6.75 54.54

FTE

Facilities Management

Millions

40 15

10 20 5

-

2012

2013

2014

2015

411

Facilities Management

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MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN 2014 Facilities Management performed extensive planning and design work on the new General Services Building, and the planning work of the Justice Center Planning Committee continued for the Construction Division. Construction of the new Parkland Sheriff’s Precinct was completed and occupied in September. The demolition of the 911 Tacoma Avenue Building is scheduled for year-end completion. Complete bid packages were prepared and went out for bid on the jail boiler replacement and construction of a new west entry canopy for the County-City Building. Smaller projects and tenant improvements were completed including a new reception area for the Department of Assigned Counsel, new space for PCTV, a new pole building for the Department of Emergency Management, and the enclosure of an outdoor patio area for jurors in the County-City Building. Two additional communications sites were constructed for the Department of Emergency Management, and power and HVAC upgrades were completed in the Emergency Operations Center. Significant planning was completed for future work including studies on the electrical system, ADA accessibility, and a landscaping master-plan for the County-City Building; a plumbing replacement study for the main jail; and a mechanical system study on the 950 Building. The Maintenance and Operations Division focused on completion of the final phase of lighting retrofit for Remann Hall. At the Soundview Building parking lot lights were replaced with LED lights, and lights were retrofitted at the Sheriff’s Training Range. Maintenance also remodeled the Annex lobby including setting up an adjoining space for the espresso stand service. Maintenance completed a remodel of the Remann Hall Administration lobby and painted the B building interior spaces, freshening up the environment for employees and visitors. Early in the year Maintenance responded to an emergency water main failure at Remann Hall, quickly contracting for restoration of services. At the 2002 Jail addition, Maintenance refurbished surfaces in all prisoner restrooms/showers on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th floors improving the sanitary conditions by providing sealed, easily cleanable surfaces. Our mechanics, technicians, gardeners, and custodial staff all played a vital role in helping to complete the Parkland Precinct with finishing touches in time for the grand opening of the new precinct. Real Property Division (RP) teamed with Facilities Management Construction staff and Maintenance staff in providing a building assessment/valuation for the Airports/Ferry Division of Public Works and Utilities (PWU). The Narrows Airport Executive Terminal Building and associated outbuildings were assessed. A ground lease was also negotiated allowing replacement of the outdated buildings with a new hangar/FBO (fixed base operator) facility. RP provided services to South Sound 911 for site selection for their Public Safety Communications Center. Site acquisition is expected to continue into 2015. The Auditor continued use of RP services in negotiation agreements for more ballot drop boxes. A telecommunications lease with Sprint at the Soundview Building was finalized as was a sale of PWU Right of Way Division property. Thirty-three tax title properties were returned to the tax rolls through the private negotiation process. 2014 was a landmark year as the tax title auction was taken online through a web based vendor for the first time. The first phase of Security Operations Center (SOC) optimization project was completed. Fifteen monitors, eight servers and one complex end-of-service-life UPS unit were replaced. This phase completion resulted in increased efficiency by leveraging existing technology through a simplified operator interface which improves response time to critical incidents. This also reduced SOC power consumption by 85%. A new Lenel integrator was brought on board with a successful transition from the previous contractor. At the Annex, enhanced physical security and armed robbery deterrence was provided with the addition of a highly trained and armed security officer. Several Lenel projects were completed providing full integration with the SOC. These included: installation at Parkland Spanaway Sheriff’s Precinct; surveillance camera system installation at Remann Hall; access control and surveillance camera installation at South Hill Precinct and at the Sewer Traffic Pierce County 2015 Budget

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Facilities Management Operation facility. Awareness presentations were delivered to the Auditor’s Office, Assessor Treasurer, Human Resources, Budget and Finance, District Court Probation, and Planning and Land Services. The Resource Conservation Management (RCM) Program, in partnership with Facilities Management Construction and Maintenance Divisions, worked on four energy efficient lighting projects in 2014: Soundview parking lot LED lighting, Remann Hall Phase three interior lighting upgrade, Parkland Sheriff’s Precinct LED lighting replacement and Yakima/Jail Parking Garage LED lighting upgrade. A total of $50,635 in utility rebates will be received upon final completion of the projects. Other resource conservation measures completed include the installation of 105 faucet aerators, four low-flow spray valves, and eight low-flow showers heads at Remann Hall, Main Jail, 2002 Jail, and Annex West. These were installed as part of a rebate program at no cost to the County. The RCM Program also partnered with Sustainable Resources to conduct a waste audit of the Corrections facilities in order to identify opportunities for improving recycling, managing food waste, and reducing waste. Maximizing the energy savings potential of the Jail domestic hot water boiler project was also a focus this year. A utility rebate will be associated with the project. Facilities Management has also applied for a state energy grant funded through the Department of Commerce to further offset project costs. The RCM program also worked to improve access to sustainable transportation options at our buildings. This led to the construction of the first Pierce County employee bike cage being built to serve the downtown campus. Two additional public bike parking areas were designed this year to help encourage visitors to utilize alternative modes of transportation when visiting County buildings.

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ADMINISTRATION BUILDING LEASE FUND Capital Project Fund

Departmental Summary:

This fund accounts for resources and expenditures associated with a new General Services Building that is planned to house many of the County’s programs in a single location.

Budget Highlights:

The County Council approved R2013-105s on October 8th, 2013 which authorized the County to further explore the potential development of a new General Services Building. The 2015 budget is 63.6% below the prior year due to the reduction of one-time funding in 2014 for the planning and design of the new General Services Building. In 2014, 1.5 FTEs were added to facilitate planning and contracting. These costs are included in the 2015 budget as well as the allocation of 0.65 FTE from the REET Capital Improvement Fund based on anticipated workload levels.

FUNDING SOURCES 2012 Actual Use of Fund Balance Other Financing Sources Total

$

2013 Actual — $ — — $

$

2014 Budget — $ — — $

2015 Absolute Budget Change — $ 364,310 $ 364,310 1,000,000 — (1,000,000) 1,000,000 $ 364,310 $ (635,690)

Percent Change ∞ % (100.0) (63.6) %

EXPENDITURES 2012 Actual Salaries & Wages Personnel Benefits Supplies Other Services & Charges Total

$

$

2013 Actual — $ — — — — $

— $ — 2,120 23 2,143 $

2014 Budget

2015 Absolute Budget Change — $ 199,410 $ 199,410 — 69,410 69,410 — — — 1,000,000 95,490 (904,510) 1,000,000 $ 364,310 $ (635,690)

Percent Change ∞ % ∞ — (90.5) (63.6) %

STAFFING SUMMARY Director - Facilities Mgmt Assistant Director - Facilities Mgmt Facilities Construction Div Mgr Construction Project Mgr Total

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2010 FTE — — — — —

2011 FTE — — — — —

2012 FTE — — — — —

2013 FTE — — — — —

2014 FTE — — — 1.50 1.50

2015 FTE 0.30 0.05 0.30 1.50 2.15

415

Facilities Management

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS General Fund

Departmental Summary:

This account funds major building remodeling projects, acquisition of capital assets, and improvements to County-owned or leased facilities.

Budget Highlights:

The 2015 budget includes the allocation of $100,000 for the acquisition of Clear Zone property near the runway at Joint Base Lewis-McChord. The budget covers abatement expenses and administrative costs.

FUNDING SOURCES General Fund Support Total

$ $

2012 Actual 50,000 $ 50,000 $

2013 2014 2015 Absolute Actual Budget Budget Change 50,000 $ 50,000 $ 100,000 $ 50,000 50,000 $ 50,000 $ 100,000 $ 50,000

Percent Change 100.0 % 100.0 %

EXPENDITURES Transfer Out Total

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$ $

2012 Actual 50,000 $ 50,000 $

2013 2014 2015 Absolute Actual Budget Budget Change 50,000 $ 50,000 $ 100,000 $ 50,000 50,000 $ 50,000 $ 100,000 $ 50,000

Percent Change 100.0 % 100.0 %

417

Capital Improvement Projects

418

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FACILITIES MANAGEMENT FUND Internal Service Fund

The mission of the Facilities Management Department is to positively enhance and facilitate the activities of Pierce County government for the public and employees we serve.

Departmental Summary:

The Facilities Management Department manages County-owned facilities and real property, and is responsible for providing a safe, clean, and well-maintained atmosphere in which to conduct public business. County-owned facilities include the County-City Building, Annex Building, Annex West Building, Sheriff’s Foothills, Thun and Peninsula substations, the new Parkland Precinct, South Sound 911 Communications Building, Medical Examiner Building, New Jail, Main Jail, 945 Building, 950 Building, 901 Building, 911 Building, 925 Building, Remann Hall Juvenile Detention Facility, Human Services Buildings, Fleet Garage, and Public Parking Garage. In addition to routine repairs, the Department manages a preventive maintenance program for major equipment and building components, completes remodels on a limited basis, provides assistance and consulting services to building tenants for electrical, plumbing, carpentry, HVAC, remodeling, and other tasks, and ensures buildings meet safety, fire, and disability code requirements. Facilities Management also oversees planning and construction or renovation of County facilities, negotiates and oversees agreements for the majority of facilities leased by Pierce County, oversees site-related property acquisition, and manages contracts for parking lot management, food services, janitorial services, and security services. The Department also oversees building and campus security functions for the County. Construction management activities include planning and oversight of construction projects, resource conservation, and management of related contracts, architects, engineers, and construction companies. Construction management activities are charged directly to construction projects and therefore are not reflected in this fund. Facilities Management is also responsible for grounds maintenance of the County-City Building and Parking Garage, Annex Building, Remann Hall, East Substation, Peninsula Precinct, Medical Examiner Building, Annex West Building, and Water Programs Sites.

Budget Highlights:

The 2015 budget for the Facilities Management Fund is 2.5% above the 2014 level. The budget includes $230,000 for the replacement of Lenel Network Video Recorders at all County facilities, a critical component of the County’s physical security system.

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Facilities Management Fund

PERFORMANCE MEASURES Conservation 1) 7% reduction in energy use intensity (kBtu/sq ft) by year end for Pierce County buildings managed by Facilities.

2) Increase our annual parking revenue by a minimum of $18,000 in 2015 by maximizing surface lot monthly parking in 2015. (Financial Stewardship) Security

(Financial Stewardship)

2) 5% reduction in water use by year end for Pierce County buildings managed by Facilities. (Financial Stewardship) Construction 1) Update existing individual building floor plan as-built drawings in CADD to reflect BOMA standards for FM-managed facilities for use in the square footage calculations for 2016 budget purposes. Square footage information is typically required by Budget and Finance in early April. (Service Delivery) Real Property 1) Double our Tax Title auctions in 2015 to hold one in spring and one in fall.

1) Creation of a Physical Security Master Plan and Standards document to define the County’s physical security philosophy, strategy, program, and process. The finished document will be used to guide the direction, development, and operation of the County’s physical security program in a manner that is consistent with the County’s Strategic Objectives. The document will also serve as the foundation for creating and maintaining a five year business plan, aid in managing physical security program costs, and assist in articulating the value the program adds to the County government organization. (Organizational Capacity)

(Financial Stewardship)

FUNDING SOURCES 2012 Actual Use of Fund Balance Intergovernmental Revenue Miscellaneous Revenue Other Financing Sources Transfer In Total

420

$

$

— $ 4,863 11,933,644 (18,539) 569,996 12,489,964 $

2013 Actual

2014 2015 Absolute Budget Budget Change — $ 284,700 $ 554,010 $ 269,310 — — — — 12,433,804 13,635,150 14,082,820 447,670 (1,937) — — — 296,478 359,870 — (359,870) 12,728,345 $ 14,279,720 $ 14,636,830 $ 357,110

Percent Change 94.6 % — 3.3 — (100.0) 2.5 %

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EXPENDITURES Salaries & Wages Personnel Benefits Supplies Other Services & Charges Intergovernmental Services Capital Outlays Transfer Out Total

$

$

2012 Actual 3,137,700 $ 1,232,710 568,741 7,183,032 17,920 85,142 320,000 12,545,245 $

2013 2014 2015 Absolute Actual Budget Budget Change 3,012,878 $ 3,216,390 $ 3,325,400 $ 109,010 1,192,756 1,446,440 1,449,890 3,450 487,442 798,780 757,010 (41,770) 7,732,347 8,229,540 8,797,360 567,820 16,472 16,480 14,670 (1,810) 5,397 572,090 292,500 (279,590) 74,299 — — — 12,521,591 $ 14,279,720 $ 14,636,830 $ 357,110

Percent Change 3.4 % 0.2 (5.2) 6.9 (11.0) (48.9) — 2.5 %

PROGRAM EXPENDITURES County City Building Medical Examiner Bldg Maint Hess Building Maint SS911 Building Maint Health Building Maint County Annex Building Maint Other Precincts Building Maint Adult Correction Fac Maint Remann Hall County Garage - Fleet Human Services Bldg Maint/Soundview Annex West Building Maint Ground Maint - Other Locations 911 Building 925 Building Public Works Facilities 945 Building Facilities Charge Back Svcs Property Mgmt Services 950 Building Total

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2014 FTE 15.76 0.92 0.49 0.22 0.04 2.66 3.56 9.66 6.23 0.13 1.45 1.53 0.14 0.11 0.10 0.18 0.31 0.18 1.44 0.52 45.64

2015 FTE 16.40 1.01 0.53 0.19 0.04 2.75 3.15 9.57 6.40 0.13 1.30 1.54 0.13 0.00 0.10 — 0.34 0.08 1.44 0.54 45.64

2014 2015 Absolute Budget Budget Change $ 4,828,070 $ 5,164,430 $ 336,360 301,350 339,450 38,100 160,520 178,170 17,650 73,360 62,130 (11,230) 12,960 13,350 390 869,660 921,380 51,720 1,164,570 1,057,620 (106,950) 3,159,200 3,208,700 49,500 2,039,420 2,145,090 105,670 43,920 42,150 (1,770) 473,140 437,120 (36,020) 500,360 517,050 16,690 44,820 43,070 (1,750) 37,550 190 (37,360) 33,810 34,840 1,030 59,870 — (59,870) 100,600 114,480 13,880 57,810 27,520 (30,290) 148,170 150,620 2,450 170,560 179,470 8,910 $ 14,279,720 $ 14,636,830 $ 357,110

Percent Change 7.0 % 12.6 11.0 (15.3) 3.0 5.9 (9.2) 1.6 5.2 (4.0) (7.6) 3.3 (3.9) (99.5) 3.0 (100.0) 13.8 (52.4) 1.7 5.2 2.5 %

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STAFFING SUMMARY Dir - Facilities Management Asst Dir - Facilities Management Facilities Const Div Manager Facilities Mnt/Op Div Manager Security Manager Construction Project Manager Maintenance & Ops Supervisor Real Property Mgt Specialist Facilities Services Coordinator Gardener Accounting Assistant Facilities Maint Foreman Office Assistant Facilities Maint Mechanic Facilities Engineer Facility Computer Aided Design Tech Program Coordinator Administrative Assistant Facilities Maint Tech Facilities Supplies Specialist Custodian Asst Construction Proj Manager Total

422

2010 FTE 0.35 0.30 0.20 0.80 1.00 0.60 3.00 0.80 1.00 6.00 0.10 1.00 1.50 11.00 4.00 — — 1.00 7.00 — 8.00 0.60 48.25

2011 FTE 0.35 0.30 0.20 0.80 1.00 0.60 3.00 0.80 1.00 6.00 0.10 1.00 2.70 11.00 2.00 — — 1.00 7.00 — 8.00 0.60 47.45

2012 FTE 0.44 0.40 0.20 0.80 1.00 1.00 3.00 1.60 1.00 6.00 0.60 1.00 2.80 12.00 1.00 — — 1.00 7.00 — 8.00 — 48.84

2013 FTE 0.44 0.40 0.20 0.80 1.00 1.00 3.00 1.60 1.00 6.00 1.40 1.00 2.00 12.00 1.00 — 0.80 1.00 6.00 1.00 4.00 — 45.64

2014 FTE 0.44 0.40 0.20 0.80 1.00 1.00 2.00 1.60 1.00 6.00 1.40 2.00 2.00 11.00 1.00 1.00 0.80 1.00 6.00 1.00 4.00 — 45.64

2015 FTE 0.44 0.40 0.20 0.80 1.00 1.00 2.00 1.60 1.00 6.00 1.40 2.00 2.00 11.00 1.00 1.00 0.80 1.00 6.00 1.00 4.00 — 45.64

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WORKLOAD SERVICE DATA Unit of Measure

2010 Actual

2011 Actual

2012 Actual

2013 Actual

2014 Estimate

2015 Estimate

3

26 51 98 231 512 116 2,568 1,824 4,062 57 — 122 48 210 363 151 294 258 56 1,067 78 2,160 371 69 15 —

31 58 115 252 430 8 2,834 1,886 3,922 — — 122 46 197 202 132 312 307 60 996 31 2,407 295 79 100 —

— 54 107 242 471 — 2,701 1,855 3,992 — — — 47 203 282 142 303 283 58 1,032 55 2,284 333 74 350 —

93 14,413 1,479,956 2,565,859

102 14,909 1,479,956 3,177,308

55 14,878 1,445,438 3,862,465

— 14,893 1,417,138 2,950,000

Facilities 911 Building 6 925 Building 945 Building 1 950 Building Annex West Building Central Maintenance Facility 7 Correction Facility Correction - 2002 Addition County - City Building District Court 2 East Central Maintenance 7 Equipment Services 7 Fleet Garage Hess Building (901 Bldg) Human Services Bldg/Soundview 3 South Sound 911 Medical Examiner Misc Facilities: Leased, Tax Title, Other Parking Garage Public Service Building Public Works Right-of-Way Remann Hall Sheriff's East Precinct 4 Sheriff's Thun Field Sheriff's Parkland Spanaway Sheriff's West Precinct 5 7

Traffic Operations Total Service Calls Space Maintained Construction Projects Managed

Service Call Service Call Service Call Service Call Service Call Service Call Service Call Service Call Service Call Service Call Service Call Service Call Service Call Service Call Service Call Service Call Service Call Service Call Service Call Service Call Service Call Service Call Service Call Service Call Service Call Service Call

61 55 37 227 703 83 3,074 1,952 4,369 208 22 109 66 242 1,458 269 295 325 43 1,422 — 2,814 395 65 — 74

35 58 118 240 538 157 2,952 1,925 3,726 207 — 194 71 174 446 254 382 210 67 1,244 37 2,620 390 70 — 50

119 18,487 Square Feet 1,485,237 Dollars 6,920,068

125 16,290 1,469,408 9,318,319

Service Call

1

Increase due to full occupancy by SS911 24/7 operation.

2

District Court vacant 2012, sold in 2013.

3

Human Services Bldg Cold Shuttered in 2011.

4

Includes East Precinct, Sheriff Range, Peninsula Substation, Foothills.

5

Sheriff's West Precinct sold in 2011.

6

911 Building demolished 2014/15.

7

Buildings no longer managed by Facilities.

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47 51 109 178 536 137 2,480 1,832 3,712 125 3 128 61 189 232 178 333 218 55 938 78 2,156 467 74 —

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BUDGET RATIOS Square Feet Maintained per Staff 40,000 32,031

32,732

35,154

34,546

37,335

36,464

Service Calls per Staff 700

600

617

600

30,000

516

500

518

535

2013

2014

426

400

20,000

300 200

10,000

100 0

0 2004



2007

2010

2012

2013

2014

From 2004 to 2014 the number of square feet maintained per Facilities Management staff, except gardeners, increased 11.2%. The ten year average is 34,453.

2004



2007

2010

2012

From 2004 to 2014 the number of service calls per custodial/maintenance staff in Facilities Management decreased 12.4%. The ten year average is 540.

Operating Cost per Square Foot $10.00 $9.00 $8.00 $7.00 $6.00 $5.00 $4.00 $3.00 $2.00 $1.00 $0.00



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$9.66 $7.67

$7.99

2004

2007

$8.95

$8.67

$8.52

2010

2012

2013

2014

From 2004 to 2014 the operating cost per square foot for buildings maintained by Facilities Management increased 23.2% after adjusting for inflation. The ten year average is $8.35.

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PARKLAND PRECINCT CONSTRUCTION FUND Capital Projects

Departmental Summary:

This fund accounts for the acquisition, remodeling, and building expenses for the Parkland Sheriff Precinct Building.

Budget Highlights:

The Parkland Sheriff Precinct Building project was authorized in 2013, and completed in 2014. The reduction in the 2015 budget reflects completion of the project.

FUNDING SOURCES 2012 Actual Use of Fund Balance Miscellaneous Revenue Law Enforcement Levy Other Financing Sources Transfer In Total

$

$

2013 Actual — $ — — — — — $

2014 2015 Absolute Budget Budget Change — $ 1,943,550 $ 18,550 $ (1,925,000) 95 — — — — 1,010 — (1,010) 4,189,093 — — — 1,000,000 215,000 — (215,000) 5,189,188 $ 2,159,560 $ 18,550 $ (2,141,010)

Percent Change (99.0) % — (100.0) — (100.0) (99.1) %

EXPENDITURES Other Services & Charges Capital Outlays Interest Debt Issuance Costs Total

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$

$

2012 Actual 12,045 $ — — — 12,045 $

2013 2014 2015 Absolute Actual Budget Budget Change 135,900 $ 1,010 $ 18,550 $ 17,540 1,038,340 2,158,550 — (2,158,550) — — — 1,644 57,702 — — — 1,233,586 $ 2,159,560 $ 18,550 $ (2,141,010)

Percent Change 1,736.6 % (100.0) — — (99.1) %

425

Parkland Precinct Construction Fund

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REET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND Capital Project Fund

Departmental Summary:

The REET Capital Improvement Fund is financed through an allocation of 72.0% of the Real Estate Excise Tax (REET) on the sale of real property in unincorporated Pierce County. The monies allocated to the REET Capital Improvement Fund are used to finance new capital improvement projects or major repairs/enhancements to existing County structures and facilities.

Budget Highlights:

The 2015 budget for the REET Capital Improvement Fund is 23.6% below the 2014 level. The budget includes funding for 1.5 Construction Project Manager positions added in 2014 to oversee planning of the new General Services Building and a renovated Justice Center. The budget also includes the transfer of 0.65 FTE to the Administration Building Lease Fund based on expected administrative workload. Funding provided for projects in 2015 are shown on the following page.

FUNDING SOURCES 2012 Actual Use of Fund Balance Taxes Intergovernmental Revenue Miscellaneous Revenue Other Financing Sources Transfer In Total

$

$

2013 Actual

— $ 2,314,684 182,994 13,996 3,759,920 1,157,400 7,428,994 $

2014 2015 Absolute Budget Budget Change — $ 638,930 $ — $ (638,930) 3,417,959 3,034,116 2,852,700 (181,416) — — — (116,206) — — — — — — — — 1,032,415 818,500 577,220 (241,280) 4,334,168 $ 4,491,546 $ 3,429,920 $ (1,061,626)

Percent Change (100.0) % (6.0) — — — (29.5) (23.6) %

EXPENDITURES Salaries & Wages Personnel Benefits Supplies Other Services & Charges Capital Outlays Transfer Out Interest Total

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$

$

2012 Actual 593,578 $ 177,713 33,187 677,287 1,840,442 1,636,476 90,902 5,049,585 $

2013 2014 2015 Absolute Actual Budget Budget Change 543,104 $ 638,370 $ 616,390 $ (21,980) (2,340) 178,046 216,930 214,590 — — — 53,974 479,522 1,193,576 1,873,940 680,364 1,498,648 1,263,050 725,000 (538,050) — (1,179,620) 977,032 1,179,620 — — — 77,068 3,807,394 $ 4,491,546 $ 3,429,920 $ (1,061,626)

Percent Change (3.4) % (1.1) — 57.0 (42.6) (100.0) — (23.6) %

427

REET Capital Improvement Fund

STAFFING SUMMARY Dir - Facilities Management Asst Director - Facilities Management Facilities Const Div Manager Facilities Mnt/Op Div Manager Construction Project Manager Program Coordinator Accounting Assistant Office Assistant Sustainability Manager Asst Construction Proj Manager Community Svcs Planner Planner Total

2010 FTE 0.35 0.40 0.40 0.10 0.80 — 0.40 0.35 1.00 0.80 — 0.50 5.10

2011 FTE 0.50 0.49 0.67 0.20 1.20 — 0.90 1.15 1.00 1.20 0.50 — 7.81

2012 FTE 0.55 0.55 0.80 0.20 3.00 — 1.40 0.20 — — — — 6.70

2013 FTE 0.55 0.55 0.80 0.20 3.00 0.20 0.60 — — — — — 5.90

2014 FTE 0.55 0.55 0.80 0.20 4.50 0.20 0.60 — — — — — 7.40

2015 FTE 0.25 0.50 0.50 0.20 4.50 0.20 0.60 — — — — — 6.75

PROJECT SUMMARY 2015 Budget $ 1,000,000 100,000 200,000 75,000 75,000 25,000 125,000 31,720 150,000 1,781,720 915,560 20,000 75,000 532,640 105,000 $ 3,429,920

Project Name Backfill Planning/Remodeling Project CCB Data Center & Relocation Corrections '02 Water Piping East Precinct Retaining Wall Remann Hall School Wing Remodel Feasibility Studies CCB Cooling Tower Refurbish Jail Projects Parkland Spanaway Precinct Subtotal Capital Outlays Administration Oversight and Support Medical Examiner Camera Relacement Annex West Security Camera Replacement Unallocated Funds General Building Remodel Total

Project # 3229 3239 3241 3242 3243 3244 3246 3249 4845

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