"Chapter 2: Overview of Survey Findings: Facility Conditions at American Colleges and Universities"
Author: Rush, Sean C., and Sandra L. Johnson
Published In: Decaying American Campus: A Ticking Time Bomb, The
Presents survey findings, providing graphs and charts detailing facilities space comparisons, replacement values, capital renewal/replacement costs, operations and maintenance costs, financing sources, etc. Among the key findings: campuses are aging and deteriorating; facility space has more than quintupled since 1950; capital renewal and replacement needs of U.S. colleges and universities are estimated at $60 billion; priority repairs and renovations require an estimated $20.5 billion; and colleges and universities deferred $4 of needed maintenance for every $1 spent in 1988.
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