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1 Asset Information Management System (AIMS) Report Executive Summary The City of New York Michael R. Bloomberg, Mayor Fiscal Year 2014

2 T H E C I T Y O F N E W Y O R K O F F I C E O F T H E M A Y O R N E W Y O R K, N.Y M E M O R A N D U M TO: FROM: Hon. Christine Quinn, Speaker, City Council Hon. Amanda M. Burden, Chairman, City Planning Commission Hon. John Liu, Comptroller Michael R. Bloomberg DATE: December 16, 2013 SUBJECT: Asset Information Management System (AIMS) Report In accordance with Section 1110-a of the City Charter, I am transmitting herewith an Executive Summary of the maintenance schedules for the "major portions" of the City's physical plant as defined in that Section for the fiscal year The Charter requires each Agency Head to submit to the Mayor a condition assessment and maintenance schedule necessary to preserve the structural integrity for each of their capital assets with a replacement cost of at least $10 million and a useful life in excess of ten years. The summary that I am transmitting relates to those maintenance schedules. Detailed information relating to each specific asset is available for review at the Office of Management and Budget. Included in the Summary is a description of the latest methodology used to compile the condition assessment and maintenance schedules. This Summary, together with the details of the maintenance schedules and condition assessments, provides the City with a comprehensive assessment of the condition of its major assets, the projected costs necessary to restore these assets to a state of good repair and schedules detailing the maintenance required to maintain the assets' structural integrity. It does not address priorities or relative importance of any particular asset or its condition to the City either now, or in the future. A separate document will be published in the Spring of 2014 comparing total funding recommended in the fiscal year 2014 report with the agencies' planned expense program for 2015 and capital program for 2015 through 2018.

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4 The City of New York Asset Information Management System (AIMS) Condition and Maintenance Schedules For Major Portions of the City s Fixed Assets and Infrastructure Fiscal Year 2014

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6 Table of Contents Page Background... 1 Report Context and Items Excluded from the Study... 1 Report Organization... 3 Report Schedules Capital and Expense Designations Projected Repair Years Priorities for Repair, Replacement and Major Maintenance Condition Information Professional Certification Table A - Citywide Asset Classes by Agency Citywide Summary Schedule... 7 Report Schedules by Agency... 13

7 Exhibits A - Component Priorities Codes for Repair, Replacement, and Major Maintenance B - Technical Notes and Project Methodology Asset Definition Criteria for Survey Selection Repair, Replacement, and Major Maintenance Cost Estimating Quantity Estimating and Model Procedures Average Cost Methods Life Cycle Projections Major Maintenance Component Observations Special Systems and Reports C - Legend for Individual Survey Report and Sample Asset Report Legend Sample Asset Report

8 Background The November 1988 amendments to the City Charter (Sec a) included a requirement that the City compile an inventory of the major portions of its physical plant. Major portions of the physical plant are defined by the Charter to include all assets or asset systems with a replacement cost of ten million dollars or greater, and a useful life in excess of ten years. The Charter amendments also require each agency to assess the condition of their assets and prepare maintenance schedules for those assets. The condition assessments and the maintenance schedules are required to be published each year. Assets leased to the Transit Authority, the New York City Water Finance Authority and to certain other public benefit corporations are excluded from the above Charter reporting requirements. Excluded also are all properties owned by the City as a result of in-rem proceedings. For the City University, only assets of the Community Colleges are included. Table A provides a Citywide breakdown of assets by classes. The City Charter requires that a report be issued on an annual basis. The Office of Management and Budget has overall responsibility for the delivery of this yearly publication. This year building surveys were performed by The Department of Design and Construction. Waterfront, bridge and selected building surveys were performed by Gannett Fleming Inc. and their subconsultants. The Department of Transportation continued to survey the City s streets and highways using a 10-point assessment system. Detailed condition reports and maintenance schedules (i.e. Agency Reports) were provided to agencies for their review and approval. This executive report summarizes all cost data from the agency condition and report schedules. A separate document (i.e. Agency Reconciliation) will be published next Spring to illustrate the comparison of funding recommended in this report with agencies planned capital and expense activities. Report Context and Items Excluded from Study While the study is comprehensive, consistent with previous reports, a number of items and considerations were excluded from the condition review and cost estimates. They were not considered directly related to the structural integrity of the asset as required by the Charter. These include but are not limited to: Most equipment (electronic, fixed and movable) Special operating systems within assets Aesthetic considerations or special design elements Landscaping and outdoor elements Statuary or ornamental edifices 1

9 Components not readily observable or accessible by field engineers Handicapped access requirements Information obtained through testing or probing Asbestos, lead paint, and other hazardous material identification and removal Programmatic needs not related to structural integrity Efficiency improvements Swing space costs/phasing costs, or premium time costs Components deficient in code or local law compliance but which do not impact on the integrity of the asset Assets known to be scheduled for near-term total replacement It should be noted that in surveying piers and bulkheads, underwater surveys were not carried out. Therefore the condition reports for piers and bulkheads do not include those potential repairs that can only be determined by underwater surveys. Special systems include the four East River Bridges, traffic signal systems, street lighting systems and utilities. Due to their critical nature, these systems are not surveyed, but are updated yearly based on the agency s Ten Year Capital Strategy and contract information made available to OMB. The report continues to reflect changes in the asset inventory every year. At the beginning of this survey year, each agency was requested to provide any additions, deletions or changes to the inventory of assets through new construction, acquisition, sale or demolition. The asset condition and maintenance schedule report is not a budget document, but rather a broad, unrestrained analysis of a subset of general needs. It serves as a planning tool in addressing overall citywide funding requirements. The report does not attempt in any manner to balance the City s asset and infrastructure requirements against other important City needs, nor does it attempt to make any funding recommendations between the needs of different agencies. It is a general prioritization to indicate to agencies the relative importance of various repairs and maintenance items to the preservation of the assets. Due to the complexity of the analysis, the large scale of the project, the amount of estimation required, and the necessary methodology constraints, there are inherent limitations to the level of accuracy possible at the detailed asset and component level. In this context it should be noted that the actual cost for a project may vary substantially from the amount estimated in this report when a detailed scope of work and cost estimate is completed. Agencies will not be restricted to any asset specific number contained in the reports when planning and developing their budget requests. It is further understood that there will be work items (i.e., programmatic) excluded from this study which may require additional expenditures. 2

10 Report Organization Report Schedules This publication contains two major summaries: CITYWIDE SUMMARY SCHEDULES and AGENCY SUMMARY SCHEDULES. Capital and Expense Designations Repairs, replacement and major maintenance costs are all presented at the detailed component level in the Agency Reports. Repairs are defined as reconstruction or renovation. For convenience and citywide reporting purposes, this report presents the cost categories by their appropriate expense budget and capital budget classification. The rules for classifying individual items are as follows: Cost Item Repairs greater than $35,000 AND remaining component life of 5 years or greater Replacements greater than $35,000 Budget Classification Capital Major Maintenance programs greater than $35,000 at the component type level Repairs less than $35,000 OR remaining component life less than 5 years Replacements less than $35,000 Expense Major Maintenance programs less than $35,000 at the component type level Projected Repair Years Expense Budget - Items of need are shown over the next four years Capital Budget - Items of need are shown over the next ten years, grouped by periods of four and six years It should be noted that for reporting purposes all asset component repairs are presented in the funding need for the upcoming fiscal year. This in essence reflects the amounts estimated to catch up and bring all assets to a state of good repair. In reality, even if funding was available to do everything, it would be beyond the ability of City agencies to plan, design, and implement the work within a single year. The actual work, which can be funded, will operationally have to be spread out over a number of years. 3

11 Priorities for Repair, Replacement and Major Maintenance In the citywide report, component repair, replacement and major maintenance are assigned a priority A, B, C or D rating. Each component has been assigned a priority related to its relative importance to the structural integrity of the assets. For example, architectural exterior components of buildings (i.e. roofs, parapets, exterior walls and windows) are classified as key components and receive higher priorities than architectural interior components because of their relative importance in maintaining structural integrity of the assets. (See Exhibit A) Condition Information The summary maintenance schedules presented in the citywide executive report represent the maintenance requirements developed from the condition surveys of individual assets. Actual condition data on any particular asset is contained in the Agency Reports. A typical example of an Agency Report and a detailed discussion of the project methodology are included in the technical notes of this report. (See Exhibits B, C) Professional Certification The Charter requires a statement by a registered Professional Engineer (PE) or Registered Architect (RA) regarding the reasonableness of the repair/replacement and maintenance schedules for each agency's assets. Certifications are provided by the Department of Design and Construction, the Department of Transportation, Gannett Fleming Inc., and their subconsultants. 4

12 Table A Citywide Asset Classes by Agency New York, Brooklyn, Queens Public Libraries Department of Small Business Services Libraries 28 Shelters 1 Department of Education Museum/Gallery Facilities 3 Primary Schools 805 Terminals/Markets 57 Intermediate/Junior High Schools 200 Piers/Bulkheads 180 High Schools 175 Parking Garages 1 Administrative Buildings 17 Ferry Terminal Facilities 2 Piers/Bulkheads 2 Marinas/Docks 6 City University of New York Department of Health & Mental Hygiene Community College Buildings 80 Administrative Buildings 1 Piers/Bulkheads 3 Clinics/Labs. Classrooms 27 Parking Garages 1 Vehicle Maint./Storage Facilities 1 Police Department Animal Shelters 3 Precinct Houses 79 Health and Hospitals Corporation Police Buildings Non-Precinct 66 Hospital Buildings 103 Piers/Bulkheads 5 Department of Sanitation Marinas/Docks 4 Piers/Bulkheads 32 Fire Department Transfer Stations 5 Fire Department Buildings 25 Vehicle Maint./Storage Facilities 40 Piers/Bulkheads 3 Fresh Kills Facilities 17 Firehouses 3 Department of Transportation Vessels 5 Bridge/Waterways 39 Administration for Children's Services Highway Bridges and Tunnels 86 Shelters 2 Highway Facilities 42 Non-Shelters 2 Streets and Arterials (miles) 6,500 Day Care Centers 5 Street Lighting Systems 1 Department of Homeless Services Traffic Signal Systems 1 Shelters 55 Ferry Terminal Facilities 4 Department of Correction Piers/Bulkheads 24 Rikers Island Facilities/Utilities 39 Ferries/Barges 8 Correction Facilities 5 Pier Facilities 4 Piers/Bulkheads 2 Parking Garages 12 Marinas/Docks 1 Marinas/Docks 15 Human Resources Administration Department of Parks and Recreation Shelters 8 Museum/Gallery Facilities 16 Non-Shelters 8 Piers/Bulkheads 137 Department for the Aging Vehicle Maint./Storage Facilities 4 Senior Center 13 Park Facilities 699 Department of Cultural Affairs Stadium Facilities 5 Museum/Gallery Facilities 68 Marinas/Docks 24 Cultural Facilities 221 Walls 276 Division of Youth & Family Justice Park Bridges 97 Juvenile Justice Buildings 4 Dept. of Citywide Administrative Services Taxi & Limousine Commission Court Buildings 23 Vehicle Maint./Storage Facilities 1 Public Office Buildings 32 Piers/Bulkheads 10 5

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14 Citywide Summary Schedule

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16 CITYWIDE SUMMARY SCHEDULE BY AGENCY Asset Information Management System (AIMS) Report on Estimated Cost for Repairs, Replacements, Major Maintenance CAPITAL EXPENSE FY FY 2015 NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY 12,728,000 1,968,000 BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY 7,299,000 1,053,000 QUEENS PUBLIC LIBRARY 5,345, ,000 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 1,484,689, ,538,000 CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK 85,480,000 10,723,000 POLICE DEPARTMENT 62,067,000 12,395,000 FIRE DEPARTMENT 15,866,000 2,941,000 ADMIN. FOR CHILDREN'S SERVICES 1,281, ,000 DEPT. OF HOMELESS SERVICES 54,789,000 4,989,000 DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION 301,130,000 5,521,000 HUMAN RESOURCES ADMINISTRATION 13,296,000 1,947,000 DEPARTMENT FOR THE AGING 1,492, ,000 DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS 88,874,000 16,028,000 DIV. OF YOUTH & FAMILY JUSTICE 816, ,000 TAXI & LIMOUSINE COMMISSION 1,413,000 73,000 DEPT. OF SMALL BUSINESS SERV. 196,614,000 9,998,000 DEPT. OF HEALTH & MENTAL HYGIENE 18,800,000 3,628,000 HEALTH AND HOSPITALS CORP. 281,195,000 17,310,000 DEPARTMENT OF SANITATION 118,060,000 7,178,000 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Bridges 514,797,000 27,402,000 Facilities & Ferries 75,598,000 9,055,000 Street & Traffic Lighting 43,445,000 57,269,000 Streets & Highways 2,184,920,000 DEPT. OF PARKS & RECREATION 488,108,000 31,325,000 DEPT. OF CITYWIDE ADMIN. SERV. 143,876,000 16,570,000 Total $6,201,980,000 * $378,104,000 * Investment necessary to bring assets to a State of Good Repair Notes : All costs are in non-escalated current dollars and are rounded to the nearest thousand dollars. Special systems include the four East River Bridges, traffic signal systems, street lighting systems and utilities. Due to their critical nature, these systems are not surveyed, but are updated yearly based on the agency's Ten Year Capital Strategy and contract information made available to OMB. Costs for Streets and Arterials beyond the Four Year Plan are not included in summary. 9

17 CITYWIDE SUMMARY SCHEDULE Asset Information Management System (AIMS) Report on Estimated Cost for Repairs, Replacements, Major Maintenance CAPITAL FY FY Exterior Architecture 1,025,568, ,581,000 Interior Architecture 900,348, ,379,000 Electrical 547,720,000 1,435,218,000 Mechanical 427,452,000 1,451,902,000 Piers 38,268,000 22,062,000 Bulkheads 113,544, ,016,000 Bridge Structure 495,176, ,252,000 Ferries 30,600,000 Vessels 1,132,000 Parks' Walls 33,807, ,000 Parks' Boardwalks 53,055,000 18,989,000 Miscellaneous Buildings 35,309,000 11,804,000 Parks' Water and Sewer Utilities 100,802, ,203,000 Parks' Electrical Utilities 31,331,000 46,996,000 Primary Streets 365,950,000 Secondary Streets 506,420,000 Local Streets 1,235,600,000 Arterial Streets 40,000,000 Step Streets 36,950,000 Elevators/Escalators Parks' Streets and Roads 69,665,000 20,822,000 Rikers Island Utilities 5,200,000 Park Bridges 27,472,000 2,181,000 Marinas/Docks 18,153,000 63,760,000 Bridge Electrical 7,531,000 15,039,000 Bridge Mechanical 11,482,000 29,351,000 Traffic Signal System 5,945,000 Street Lighting System 37,500,000 Total $6,201,980,000 * $5,006,888,000 Priority D 1,689,503, ,673,000 2,390,567,000 3,367,312,000 1,979,986, ,277, ,924,000 32,626,000 Total $6,201,980,000 * $5,006,888,000 * Investment necessary to bring assets to a State of Good Repair Note : Costs are in current dollars and are not escalated for potential future inflation. Dollars beyond the 4 year plan for Streets and City owned Arterials are not included in summary. 10

18 CITYWIDE SUMMARY SCHEDULE (cont.) Asset Information Management System (AIMS) Report on Estimated Cost for Repairs, Replacements, Major Maintenance EXPENSE FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 Exterior Architecture 53,630,000 6,956,000 10,377,000 9,269,000 Interior Architecture 84,775,000 13,223,000 17,842,000 29,826,000 Electrical 31,653,000 20,227,000 26,081,000 23,762,000 Mechanical 71,399,000 41,595,000 61,775,000 44,850,000 Piers 3,918, , , ,000 Bulkheads 6,413, , , ,000 Bridge Structure 25,643,000 14,955,000 24,809,000 15,277,000 Ferries 5,365,000 6,798,000 5,873,000 Vessels 1,310, , ,000 1,105,000 Parks' Walls 3,389,000 Parks' Boardwalks 103,000 Miscellaneous Buildings 3,231, , , ,000 Parks' Water and Sewer Utilities 2,520,000 2,520,000 2,520,000 2,520,000 Parks' Electrical Utilities 783, , , ,000 Primary Streets Secondary Streets Local Streets Arterial Streets Step Streets Elevators/Escalators 17,907,000 17,895,000 17,895,000 17,895,000 Parks' Streets and Roads Rikers Island Utilities 1,750,000 1,750,000 1,750,000 1,750,000 Park Bridges 4,085,000 55,000 9, ,000 Marinas/Docks 1,283, , , ,000 Bridge Electrical 706,000 75,000 95,000 74,000 Bridge Mechanical 973,000 96, ,000 96,000 Traffic Signal System 33,619,000 33,619,000 33,619,000 33,619,000 Street Lighting System 23,650,000 23,650,000 23,650,000 23,650,000 Total $378,104,000 $187,021,000 $230,518,000 $206,662, ,370,000 87,051,000 95,085,000 83,346, ,154,000 88,291, ,444,000 94,495,000 68,349,000 10,937,000 15,127,000 28,018,000 Priority D 3,231, , , ,000 Total $378,104,000 $187,021,000 $230,518,000 $206,662,000 11

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20 Report Schedules by Agency

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22 NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY Project Type : NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY LIBRARIES : 16 Total Assets in AIMS : 16 Report on Estimated Cost for Repairs, Replacements, Major Maintenance CAPITAL FY FY Exterior Architecture 5,181,000 1,756,000 Interior Architecture 1,898,000 4,472,000 Electrical 2,102,000 9,965,000 Mechanical 3,547,000 14,758,000 Total $12,728,000 * $30,951,000 5,181,000 1,756,000 6,060,000 25,474,000 1,487,000 3,721,000 Total $12,728,000 * $30,951,000 EXPENSE FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 Exterior Architecture 392,000 55,000 7,000 72,000 Interior Architecture 807, , ,000 1,500,000 Electrical 142, , , ,000 Mechanical 432, , , ,000 Elevators/Escalators 196, , , ,000 Total $1,968,000 $906,000 $1,021,000 $2,351, ,000 55,000 7,000 72,000 1,048, , , , , , ,000 1,437,000 Priority D Total $1,968,000 $906,000 $1,021,000 $2,351,000 * Investment necessary to bring assets to a State of Good Repair All costs are in non-escalated current dollars and are rounded to the nearest thousand dollars. 15

23 BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY Project Type : BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY LIBRARIES : 7 Total Assets in AIMS : 7 Report on Estimated Cost for Repairs, Replacements, Major Maintenance CAPITAL FY FY Exterior Architecture 4,376,000 1,219,000 Interior Architecture 1,008, ,000 Electrical 431,000 2,655,000 Mechanical 1,484,000 3,106,000 Total $7,299,000 * $7,613,000 4,376,000 1,219,000 2,010,000 6,002, , ,000 Total $7,299,000 * $7,613,000 EXPENSE FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 Exterior Architecture 383,000 2,000 13,000 16,000 Interior Architecture 327,000 78,000 23,000 33,000 Electrical 73,000 14,000 78,000 25,000 Mechanical 200, , , ,000 Elevators/Escalators 69,000 69,000 69,000 69,000 Total $1,053,000 $268,000 $403,000 $246, ,000 2,000 13,000 16, , , , , ,000 57,000 15,000 33,000 Priority D Total $1,053,000 $268,000 $403,000 $246,000 * Investment necessary to bring assets to a State of Good Repair All costs are in non-escalated current dollars and are rounded to the nearest thousand dollars. 16

24 QUEENS PUBLIC LIBRARY Project Type : QUEENS PUBLIC LIBRARY LIBRARIES : 5 Total Assets in AIMS : 5 Report on Estimated Cost for Repairs, Replacements, Major Maintenance CAPITAL FY FY Exterior Architecture 689,000 1,182,000 Interior Architecture 400, ,000 Electrical 1,660, ,000 Mechanical 2,596, ,000 Total $5,345,000 * $2,824, ,000 1,182,000 4,620,000 1,313,000 36, ,000 Total $5,345,000 * $2,824,000 EXPENSE FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 Exterior Architecture 132,000 30,000 9,000 49,000 Interior Architecture 147,000 91,000 24,000 50,000 Electrical 32,000 47,000 32,000 56,000 Mechanical 154, , , ,000 Elevators/Escalators 36,000 36,000 36,000 36,000 Total $501,000 $306,000 $264,000 $332, ,000 30,000 9,000 49, , , , , ,000 59,000 24,000 50,000 Priority D Total $501,000 $306,000 $264,000 $332,000 * Investment necessary to bring assets to a State of Good Repair All costs are in non-escalated current dollars and are rounded to the nearest thousand dollars. 17

25 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Project Type : EDUCATION PRIMARY SCHOOLS : 805 INTERMEDIATE/JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS : 200 HIGH SCHOOLS : 175 ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDINGS : 17 PIERS/BULKHEADS : 2 Total Assets in AIMS : 1,199 Report on Estimated Cost for Repairs, Replacements, Major Maintenance CAPITAL FY FY Exterior Architecture 343,163, ,441,000 Interior Architecture 553,855, ,962,000 Electrical 372,536, ,467,000 Mechanical 214,105, ,092,000 Bulkheads 1,030, ,000 Total $1,484,689,000 * $2,504,120, ,971, ,441, ,226,000 1,780,296, ,492, ,382,000 Total $1,484,689,000 * $2,504,120,000 EXPENSE FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 Exterior Architecture 25,124,000 4,064,000 7,021,000 5,706,000 Interior Architecture 48,568,000 7,381,000 10,583,000 13,076,000 Electrical 17,121,000 11,102,000 15,474,000 13,096,000 Mechanical 42,840,000 23,920,000 35,523,000 25,658,000 Bulkheads 4,000 11,000 0 Elevators/Escalators 4,881,000 4,870,000 4,870,000 4,870,000 Total $138,538,000 $51,348,000 $73,471,000 $62,406,000 25,124,000 4,064,000 7,021,000 5,706,000 78,237,000 41,689,000 58,246,000 45,215,000 35,176,000 5,595,000 8,204,000 11,485,000 Priority D Total $138,538,000 $51,348,000 $73,471,000 $62,406,000 * Investment necessary to bring assets to a State of Good Repair Notes : All costs are in non-escalated current dollars and are rounded to the nearest thousand dollars. The AIMS Report represents a small percentage of a comprehensive inspection utilized by the School Construction Authority in assessing capital planning priorities. The AIMS Report offers supplemental inspection data as an additional reference but does not claim to represent the full context of capital needs in New York City public schools. 18

26 CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK Project Type : CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK COMMUNITY COLLEGE BUILDINGS : 80 PIERS/BULKHEADS : 3 PARKING GARAGES : 1 Total Assets in AIMS : 84 Report on Estimated Cost for Repairs, Replacements, Major Maintenance CAPITAL FY FY Exterior Architecture 39,235,000 19,427,000 Interior Architecture 22,244,000 18,652,000 Electrical 3,327,000 54,209,000 Mechanical 20,129,000 82,308,000 Bulkheads 383,000 1,001,000 Miscellaneous Buildings 162, ,000 Total $85,480,000 * $175,737,000 Priority D 39,618,000 19,427,000 34,012, ,455,000 11,688,000 15,716, , ,000 Total $85,480,000 * $175,737,000 EXPENSE FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 Exterior Architecture 2,779, , , ,000 Interior Architecture 3,438, , , ,000 Electrical 1,044, , , ,000 Mechanical 2,803,000 1,301,000 2,159,000 1,759,000 Bulkheads 47,000 3,000 9,000 Miscellaneous Buildings 45,000 6,000 9,000 7,000 Elevators/Escalators 568, , , ,000 Total $10,723,000 $2,833,000 $4,684,000 $4,342,000 2,804, , , ,000 5,353,000 2,414,000 3,861,000 3,362,000 2,521, , , ,000 Priority D 45,000 6,000 9,000 7,000 Total $10,723,000 $2,833,000 $4,684,000 $4,342,000 * Investment necessary to bring assets to a State of Good Repair All costs are in non-escalated current dollars and are rounded to the nearest thousand dollars. 19

27 POLICE DEPARTMENT Project Type : POLICE PRECINCT HOUSES : 79 POLICE BUILDINGS NON-PRECINCT : 66 PIERS/BULKHEADS : 5 MARINAS/DOCKS : 4 Total Assets in AIMS : 154 Report on Estimated Cost for Repairs, Replacements, Major Maintenance CAPITAL FY FY Exterior Architecture 26,529,000 11,533,000 Interior Architecture 19,559,000 19,338,000 Electrical 5,631,000 23,916,000 Mechanical 6,268,000 51,877,000 Piers 1,931, ,000 Miscellaneous Buildings 1,673,000 1,193,000 Marinas/Docks 477, ,000 Total $62,067,000 * $108,848,000 Priority D 27,637,000 12,176,000 20,329,000 77,080,000 12,430,000 18,399,000 1,673,000 1,193,000 Total $62,067,000 * $108,848,000 EXPENSE FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 Exterior Architecture 3,624, , , ,000 Interior Architecture 4,618, , , ,000 Electrical 1,312, , ,000 1,175,000 Mechanical 2,208,000 1,383,000 1,484,000 1,515,000 Piers 40,000 Bulkheads 5,000 Miscellaneous Buildings 172,000 48,000 62,000 54,000 Elevators/Escalators 326, , , ,000 Marinas/Docks 94,000 42, ,000 23,000 Total $12,395,000 $3,069,000 $3,380,000 $4,036,000 3,708, , , ,000 5,369,000 2,591,000 2,626,000 3,054,000 3,147, , , ,000 Priority D 172,000 48,000 62,000 54,000 Total $12,395,000 $3,069,000 $3,380,000 $4,036,000 * Investment necessary to bring assets to a State of Good Repair All costs are in non-escalated current dollars and are rounded to the nearest thousand dollars. 20

28 FIRE DEPARTMENT Project Type : FIRE DEPARTMENT FIRE DEPARTMENT BUILDINGS : 25 PIERS/BULKHEADS : 3 FIREHOUSES : 3 FIREBOATS : 5 Total Assets in AIMS : 36 Report on Estimated Cost for Repairs, Replacements, Major Maintenance CAPITAL FY FY Exterior Architecture 8,028,000 2,718,000 Interior Architecture 3,396, ,000 Electrical 1,323,000 2,804,000 Mechanical 484,000 2,250,000 Piers 1,037,000 54,000 Vessels 1,132,000 Miscellaneous Buildings 466, ,000 Total $15,866,000 * $8,914,000 Priority D 9,518,000 2,772,000 2,959,000 5,055,000 2,923, , , ,000 Total $15,866,000 * $8,914,000 EXPENSE FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 Exterior Architecture 456,000 74,000 69,000 23,000 Interior Architecture 701,000 37,000 38,000 31,000 Electrical 171, ,000 91, ,000 Mechanical 177, , ,000 76,000 Piers 35,000 5,000 Bulkheads 50, Vessels 1,310, , ,000 1,105,000 Miscellaneous Buildings 25,000 10,000 8,000 10,000 Elevators/Escalators 16,000 16,000 16,000 16,000 Total $2,941,000 $1,344,000 $1,250,000 $1,381,000 1,778,000 1,009, ,000 1,128, , , , , ,000 31,000 23,000 20,000 Priority D 25,000 10,000 8,000 10,000 Total $2,941,000 $1,344,000 $1,250,000 $1,381,000 * Investment necessary to bring assets to a State of Good Repair All costs are in non-escalated current dollars and are rounded to the nearest thousand dollars. 21

29 ADMIN. FOR CHILDREN'S SERVICES Project Type : CHILDREN'S SERVICES SHELTERS : 2 NON-SHELTERS : 2 DAY CARE CENTERS : 5 Total Assets in AIMS : 9 Report on Estimated Cost for Repairs, Replacements, Major Maintenance CAPITAL FY FY Exterior Architecture 538, ,000 Interior Architecture 649,000 1,241,000 Electrical 681,000 Mechanical 95, ,000 Total $1,281,000 * $2,805, , , ,000 1,464, ,000 1,189,000 Total $1,281,000 * $2,805,000 EXPENSE FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 Exterior Architecture 206,000 10,000 55,000 13,000 Interior Architecture 290,000 11,000 10,000 45,000 Electrical 23,000 19,000 54,000 20,000 Mechanical 105,000 50,000 95,000 58,000 Elevators/Escalators 49,000 49,000 49,000 49,000 Total $673,000 $138,000 $264,000 $186, ,000 10,000 55,000 13, , , , , ,000 11,000 8,000 45,000 Priority D Total $673,000 $138,000 $264,000 $186,000 * Investment necessary to bring assets to a State of Good Repair All costs are in non-escalated current dollars and are rounded to the nearest thousand dollars. 22

30 DEPT. OF HOMELESS SERVICES Project Type : HOMELESS SERVICES SHELTERS : 55 Total Assets in AIMS : 55 Report on Estimated Cost for Repairs, Replacements, Major Maintenance CAPITAL FY FY Exterior Architecture 24,784,000 10,306,000 Interior Architecture 20,798,000 21,271,000 Electrical 5,202,000 15,667,000 Mechanical 4,005,000 23,282,000 Total $54,789,000 * $70,526,000 24,784,000 10,306,000 16,563,000 42,350,000 13,442,000 17,871,000 Total $54,789,000 * $70,526,000 EXPENSE FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 Exterior Architecture 1,175, , , ,000 Interior Architecture 1,573, , , ,000 Electrical 495, , , ,000 Mechanical 1,394, , , ,000 Elevators/Escalators 353, , , ,000 Total $4,989,000 $2,274,000 $1,984,000 $2,072,000 1,175, , , ,000 2,540,000 1,953,000 1,474,000 1,550,000 1,274,000 86, , ,000 Priority D Total $4,989,000 $2,274,000 $1,984,000 $2,072,000 * Investment necessary to bring assets to a State of Good Repair All costs are in non-escalated current dollars and are rounded to the nearest thousand dollars. 23

31 DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION Project Type : CORRECTION RIKERS ISLAND FACILITIES : 33 CORRECTION FACILITIES : 5 PIERS/BULKHEADS : 2 RIKERS ISLAND UTILITIES : 6 MARINAS/DOCKS : 1 Total Assets in AIMS : 47 Report on Estimated Cost for Repairs, Replacements, Major Maintenance CAPITAL FY FY Exterior Architecture 154,287,000 17,667,000 Interior Architecture 48,375,000 42,355,000 Electrical 67,238,000 64,160,000 Mechanical 21,791,000 51,099,000 Piers 1,712,000 Bulkheads 2,451,000 1,539,000 Rikers Island Utilities 5,200,000 Marinas/Docks 76, ,000 Total $301,130,000 * $177,069, ,630,000 17,705, ,292, ,456,000 27,207,000 34,908,000 Total $301,130,000 * $177,069,000 EXPENSE FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 Exterior Architecture 438,000 19, ,000 81,000 Interior Architecture 826,000 45, , ,000 Electrical 768, , , ,000 Mechanical 1,013, ,000 1,326, ,000 Piers 115,000 7,000 43,000 8,000 Bulkheads 79,000 15,000 1,000 0 Elevators/Escalators 494, , , ,000 Rikers Island Utilities 1,750,000 1,750,000 1,750,000 1,750,000 Marinas/Docks 37,000 11,000 2,000 4,000 Total $5,521,000 $3,625,000 $4,814,000 $4,051, , , , ,000 4,053,000 3,202,000 4,201,000 3,346, ,000 49, , ,000 Priority D Total $5,521,000 $3,625,000 $4,814,000 $4,051,000 * Investment necessary to bring assets to a State of Good Repair All costs are in non-escalated current dollars and are rounded to the nearest thousand dollars. 24

32 HUMAN RESOURCES ADMINISTRATION Project Type : HUMAN RESOURCES SHELTERS : 8 NON-SHELTERS : 8 Total Assets in AIMS : 16 Report on Estimated Cost for Repairs, Replacements, Major Maintenance CAPITAL FY FY Exterior Architecture 6,293,000 1,735,000 Interior Architecture 5,018,000 2,619,000 Electrical 703,000 3,289,000 Mechanical 1,283,000 3,950,000 Total $13,296,000 * $11,593,000 6,293,000 1,735,000 3,119,000 7,658,000 3,884,000 2,200,000 Total $13,296,000 * $11,593,000 EXPENSE FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 Exterior Architecture 752,000 37,000 21,000 50,000 Interior Architecture 731,000 25,000 95,000 88,000 Electrical 99,000 27,000 76,000 73,000 Mechanical 324, , , ,000 Elevators/Escalators 41,000 41,000 41,000 41,000 Total $1,947,000 $232,000 $449,000 $406, ,000 37,000 21,000 50, , , , , ,000 25,000 93,000 64,000 Priority D Total $1,947,000 $232,000 $449,000 $406,000 * Investment necessary to bring assets to a State of Good Repair All costs are in non-escalated current dollars and are rounded to the nearest thousand dollars. 25

33 DEPARTMENT FOR THE AGING Project Type : AGING SENIOR CENTER : 13 Total Assets in AIMS : 13 Report on Estimated Cost for Repairs, Replacements, Major Maintenance CAPITAL FY FY Exterior Architecture 378,000 Interior Architecture 203, ,000 Electrical 534, ,000 Mechanical 78, ,000 Miscellaneous Buildings 299, ,000 Total $1,492,000 * $1,556,000 Priority D 378, , ,000 93, , , ,000 Total $1,492,000 * $1,556,000 EXPENSE FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 Exterior Architecture 97, ,000 13,000 Interior Architecture 297,000 12,000 7,000 33,000 Electrical 94, ,000 13,000 45,000 Mechanical 112,000 54,000 80, ,000 Miscellaneous Buildings 19,000 24,000 20,000 23,000 Elevators/Escalators 42,000 42,000 42,000 42,000 Total $661,000 $250,000 $174,000 $273,000 97, ,000 13, , , , , ,000 10,000 6,000 30,000 Priority D 19,000 24,000 20,000 23,000 Total $661,000 $250,000 $174,000 $273,000 * Investment necessary to bring assets to a State of Good Repair All costs are in non-escalated current dollars and are rounded to the nearest thousand dollars. 26

34 DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS Project Type : CULTURAL AFFAIRS MUSEUM/GALLERY FACILITIES : 68 CULTURAL FACILITIES : 221 Total Assets in AIMS : 289 Report on Estimated Cost for Repairs, Replacements, Major Maintenance CAPITAL FY FY Exterior Architecture 54,783,000 31,449,000 Interior Architecture 17,077,000 18,856,000 Electrical 4,210,000 32,872,000 Mechanical 11,595,000 49,756,000 Miscellaneous Buildings 1,210, ,000 Total $88,874,000 * $133,793,000 Priority D 54,783,000 31,449,000 20,409,000 85,922,000 12,474,000 15,562,000 1,210, ,000 Total $88,874,000 * $133,793,000 EXPENSE FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 Exterior Architecture 4,088, , , ,000 Interior Architecture 4,760, , ,000 2,104,000 Electrical 1,700, , ,000 1,245,000 Mechanical 3,841,000 1,775,000 2,908,000 2,260,000 Miscellaneous Buildings 546, , , ,000 Elevators/Escalators 1,093,000 1,093,000 1,093,000 1,093,000 Total $16,028,000 $5,393,000 $5,958,000 $7,597,000 4,088, , , ,000 7,877,000 3,840,000 4,791,000 4,808,000 3,518, , ,000 1,893,000 Priority D 546, , , ,000 Total $16,028,000 $5,393,000 $5,958,000 $7,597,000 * Investment necessary to bring assets to a State of Good Repair All costs are in non-escalated current dollars and are rounded to the nearest thousand dollars. 27

35 DIV. OF YOUTH & FAMILY JUSTICE Project Type : JUVENILE JUSTICE JUVENILE JUSTICE BUILDINGS : 4 Total Assets in AIMS : 4 Report on Estimated Cost for Repairs, Replacements, Major Maintenance CAPITAL FY FY Exterior Architecture 153, ,000 Interior Architecture 305,000 1,628,000 Electrical 159,000 Mechanical 199,000 1,821,000 Total $816,000 * $4,209, , , ,000 1,974, ,000 1,475,000 Total $816,000 * $4,209,000 EXPENSE FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 Exterior Architecture 152,000 20, ,000 Interior Architecture 86,000 19,000 4,000 27,000 Electrical 25,000 31,000 25,000 57,000 Mechanical 79,000 33,000 84,000 56,000 Elevators/Escalators 16,000 16,000 16,000 16,000 Total $358,000 $119,000 $129,000 $232, ,000 20, , ,000 99, , ,000 68,000 4,000 27,000 Priority D Total $358,000 $119,000 $129,000 $232,000 * Investment necessary to bring assets to a State of Good Repair All costs are in non-escalated current dollars and are rounded to the nearest thousand dollars. 28

36 TAXI & LIMOUSINE COMMISSION Project Type : PUBLIC BUILDINGS VEHICLE MAINT./STORAGE FACILITIES : 1 Total Assets in AIMS : 1 Report on Estimated Cost for Repairs, Replacements, Major Maintenance CAPITAL FY FY Exterior Architecture 540, ,000 Interior Architecture 653, ,000 Electrical 46, ,000 Mechanical 175,000 38,000 Total $1,413,000 * $1,341, , , , , , ,000 Total $1,413,000 * $1,341,000 EXPENSE FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 Exterior Architecture 41,000 11,000 Interior Architecture 3,000 2,000 5,000 Electrical 4,000 4,000 4,000 9,000 Mechanical 25,000 16,000 25,000 4,000 Total $73,000 $22,000 $29,000 $29,000 41,000 11,000 31,000 20,000 29,000 13,000 2,000 5,000 Priority D Total $73,000 $22,000 $29,000 $29,000 * Investment necessary to bring assets to a State of Good Repair All costs are in non-escalated current dollars and are rounded to the nearest thousand dollars. 29

37 DEPT. OF SMALL BUSINESS SERV Project Type : ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SHELTERS : 1 MUSEUM/GALLERY FACILITIES : 3 TERMINALS/MARKETS : 57 PIERS/BULKHEADS : 180 PARKING GARAGES : 1 FERRY TERMINAL FACILITIES : 2 MARINAS/DOCKS : 6 Total Assets in AIMS : 250 Report on Estimated Cost for Repairs, Replacements, Major Maintenance CAPITAL FY FY Exterior Architecture 56,635,000 50,583,000 Interior Architecture 39,613,000 24,247,000 Electrical 14,876,000 21,412,000 Mechanical 17,054,000 28,322,000 Piers 14,779,000 11,071,000 Bulkheads 53,096,000 28,221,000 Miscellaneous Buildings 269, ,000 Marinas/Docks 291,000 7,965,000 Total $196,614,000 * $171,922,000 Priority D 104,300,000 64,238,000 60,499,000 84,867,000 31,545,000 22,716, , ,000 Total $196,614,000 * $171,922,000 EXPENSE FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 Exterior Architecture 1,566,000 12, , ,000 Interior Architecture 1,577, , , ,000 Electrical 871, , , ,000 Mechanical 1,323, ,000 1,121, ,000 Piers 1,035, , ,000 33,000 Bulkheads 3,089, , , ,000 Miscellaneous Buildings 16,000 5,000 6,000 8,000 Elevators/Escalators 405, , , ,000 Marinas/Docks 117,000 14,000 78,000 31,000 Total $9,998,000 $2,013,000 $3,166,000 $2,456,000 * Investment necessary to bring assets to a State of Good Repair All costs are in non-escalated current dollars and are rounded to the nearest thousand dollars. 30

38 DEPT. OF SMALL BUSINESS SERV ,072,000 30, , ,000 5,351,000 1,826,000 2,655,000 1,690,000 1,560, , , ,000 Priority D 16,000 5,000 6,000 8,000 Total $9,998,000 $2,013,000 $3,166,000 $2,456,000 * Investment necessary to bring assets to a State of Good Repair All costs are in non-escalated current dollars and are rounded to the nearest thousand dollars. 31

39 DEPT. OF HEALTH & MENTAL HYGIENE Project Type : HEALTH AND MENTAL HYGIENE ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDINGS : 1 CLINICS/LABS. CLASSROOMS : 27 VEHICLE MAINT./STORAGE FACILITIES : 1 ANIMAL SHELTERS : 3 Total Assets in AIMS : 32 Report on Estimated Cost for Repairs, Replacements, Major Maintenance CAPITAL FY FY Exterior Architecture 9,291,000 3,319,000 Interior Architecture 5,259,000 4,683,000 Electrical 1,289,000 5,364,000 Mechanical 2,773,000 7,517,000 Miscellaneous Buildings 188, ,000 Total $18,800,000 * $21,000,000 Priority D 9,291,000 3,319,000 5,917,000 13,444,000 3,404,000 4,120, , ,000 Total $18,800,000 * $21,000,000 EXPENSE FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 Exterior Architecture 961, , ,000 94,000 Interior Architecture 1,026, , , ,000 Electrical 568, , , ,000 Mechanical 646, , , ,000 Miscellaneous Buildings 15,000 13,000 15,000 10,000 Elevators/Escalators 412, , , ,000 Total $3,628,000 $1,374,000 $1,385,000 $1,348, , , ,000 94,000 2,069,000 1,129,000 1,106,000 1,160, ,000 67, ,000 85,000 Priority D 15,000 13,000 15,000 10,000 Total $3,628,000 $1,374,000 $1,385,000 $1,348,000 * Investment necessary to bring assets to a State of Good Repair All costs are in non-escalated current dollars and are rounded to the nearest thousand dollars. 32

40 HEALTH AND HOSPITALS CORP Project Type : HEALTH & HOSPITALS CORP. HOSPITAL BUILDINGS : 103 Total Assets in AIMS : 103 Report on Estimated Cost for Repairs, Replacements, Major Maintenance CAPITAL FY FY Exterior Architecture 120,909,000 55,900,000 Interior Architecture 42,805,000 91,429,000 Electrical 41,985, ,736,000 Mechanical 75,066, ,650,000 Miscellaneous Buildings 430, ,000 Total $281,195,000 * $462,067,000 Priority D 120,909,000 55,900, ,745, ,906,000 28,111,000 79,909, , ,000 Total $281,195,000 * $462,067,000 EXPENSE FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 Exterior Architecture 2,243, , , ,000 Interior Architecture 3,483, ,000 1,299,000 1,504,000 Electrical 2,955,000 2,491,000 2,355,000 2,424,000 Mechanical 5,273,000 3,899,000 6,025,000 4,099,000 Miscellaneous Buildings 42,000 19,000 18,000 18,000 Elevators/Escalators 3,314,000 3,314,000 3,314,000 3,314,000 Total $17,310,000 $10,972,000 $13,424,000 $11,813,000 2,243, , , ,000 12,437,000 9,932,000 11,864,000 9,950,000 2,588, ,000 1,129,000 1,392,000 Priority D 42,000 19,000 18,000 18,000 Total $17,310,000 $10,972,000 $13,424,000 $11,813,000 * Investment necessary to bring assets to a State of Good Repair All costs are in non-escalated current dollars and are rounded to the nearest thousand dollars. 33

41 DEPARTMENT OF SANITATION Project Type : SANITATION PIERS/BULKHEADS : 32 TRANSFER STATIONS : 5 VEHICLE MAINT./STORAGE FACILITIES : 40 FRESH KILLS FACILITIES : 17 Total Assets in AIMS : 94 Report on Estimated Cost for Repairs, Replacements, Major Maintenance CAPITAL FY FY Exterior Architecture 54,408,000 13,207,000 Interior Architecture 33,574,000 10,704,000 Electrical 2,935,000 11,966,000 Mechanical 8,463,000 29,416,000 Piers 12,864, ,000 Bulkheads 5,566,000 1,839,000 Miscellaneous Buildings 250,000 44,000 Total $118,060,000 * $67,972,000 Priority D 63,025,000 13,749,000 36,121,000 44,323,000 18,664,000 9,856, ,000 44,000 Total $118,060,000 * $67,972,000 EXPENSE FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 Exterior Architecture 1,508,000 69, ,000 73,000 Interior Architecture 2,039,000 33, , ,000 Electrical 622, , , ,000 Mechanical 1,575, ,000 1,163, ,000 Piers 962,000 83,000 41,000 61,000 Bulkheads 304,000 34,000 45,000 26,000 Miscellaneous Buildings 49,000 9,000 11,000 9,000 Elevators/Escalators 118, , , ,000 Total $7,178,000 $1,291,000 $2,350,000 $1,780,000 1,849,000 69, ,000 73,000 3,684,000 1,186,000 2,102,000 1,250,000 1,596,000 28,000 61, ,000 Priority D 49,000 9,000 11,000 9,000 Total $7,178,000 $1,291,000 $2,350,000 $1,780,000 * Investment necessary to bring assets to a State of Good Repair All costs are in non-escalated current dollars and are rounded to the nearest thousand dollars. 34

42 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Project Type : WATERWAY BRIDGES PIERS/BULKHEADS : BRIDGES, WATERWAYS : HIGHWAY BRIDGES AND TUNNELS : Project Type : FERRIES FERRIES/BARGES : PIERS/BULKHEADS : FERRY TERMINAL FACILITIES : MARINAS/DOCKS : Project Type : ELECTRIC CONTROL STREET LIGHTING SYSTEMS : Project Type : HIGHWAY BRIDGES HIGHWAY BRIDGES AND TUNNELS : Project Type : HIGHWAYS PIERS/BULKHEADS : HIGHWAY FACILITIES : PIER FACILITIES : PARKING GARAGES : STREET AND CITY OWNED ARTERIALS : Project Type : TRAFFIC TRAFFIC SIGNAL SYSTEMS : 1 Total Assets in AIMS : 241 Report on Estimated Cost for Repairs, Replacements, Major Maintenance CAPITAL FY FY Exterior Architecture 11,741,000 10,889,000 Interior Architecture 11,595,000 4,979,000 Electrical 1,213,000 2,185,000 Mechanical 1,671,000 5,285,000 Piers 1,577, ,000 Bulkheads 4,130,000 2,220,000 Bridge Structure 495,176, ,252,000 Ferries 30,600,000 Miscellaneous Buildings 563, ,000 Primary Streets 365,950,000 Secondary Streets 506,420,000 Local Streets 1,235,600,000 Arterial Streets 40,000,000 Step Streets 36,950,000 Marinas/Docks 13,116,000 42,770,000 Bridge Electrical 7,531,000 15,039,000 Bridge Mechanical 11,482,000 29,351,000 Traffic Signal System 5,945,000 Street Lighting System 37,500,000 Total $2,818,760,000 * $302,013,000 * Investment necessary to bring assets to a State of Good Repair Notes : All costs are in non-escalated current dollars and are rounded to the nearest thousand dollars. Special systems include the four East River Bridges, traffic signal systems, street lighting systems and utilities. Due to their critical nature, these systems are not surveyed, but are updated yearly based on the agency's Ten Year Capital Strategy and contract information made available to OMB. Costs for Streets and Arterials beyond the Four Year Plan are not included in summary. 35

43 Priority D DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION ,257, ,906, ,147, ,407,000 1,305,842,000 79,559,000 37,513, ,000 Total $2,818,760,000 * $302,013,000 EXPENSE FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 Exterior Architecture 755,000 89,000 90, ,000 Interior Architecture 586,000 70,000 15,000 99,000 Electrical 244, , , ,000 Mechanical 449, , , ,000 Piers 809,000 32,000 59,000 22,000 Bulkheads 385,000 22,000 32,000 6,000 Bridge Structure 25,643,000 14,955,000 24,809,000 15,277,000 Ferries 5,365,000 6,798,000 5,873,000 Miscellaneous Buildings 204,000 21,000 21,000 19,000 Primary Streets Secondary Streets Local Streets Arterial Streets Step Streets Elevators/Escalators 150, , , ,000 Marinas/Docks 190,000 49,000 79,000 17,000 Bridge Electrical 706,000 75,000 95,000 74,000 Bridge Mechanical 973,000 96, ,000 96,000 Traffic Signal System 33,619,000 33,619,000 33,619,000 33,619,000 Street Lighting System 23,650,000 23,650,000 23,650,000 23,650,000 Total $93,726,000 $80,180,000 $89,379,000 $73,717,000 83,371,000 78,652,000 83,048,000 72,160,000 5,668, ,000 5,750, ,000 4,484, , , ,000 Priority D 204,000 21,000 21,000 19,000 Total $93,726,000 $80,180,000 $89,379,000 $73,717,000 * Investment necessary to bring assets to a State of Good Repair Notes : All costs are in non-escalated current dollars and are rounded to the nearest thousand dollars. Special systems include the four East River Bridges, traffic signal systems, street lighting systems and utilities. Due to their critical nature, these systems are not surveyed, but are updated yearly based on the agency's Ten Year Capital Strategy and contract information made available to OMB. Costs for Streets and Arterials beyond the Four Year Plan are not included in summary. 36

44 DEPT. OF PARKS & RECREATION Project Type : PARKS AND RECREATION MUSEUM/GALLERY FACILITIES : 16 PIERS/BULKHEADS : 137 VEHICLE MAINT./STORAGE FACILITIES : 4 PARK FACILITIES : 699 STADIUM FACILITIES : 5 MARINAS/DOCKS : 24 WALLS : 276 PARK BRIDGES : 97 Total Assets in AIMS : 1,258 Report on Estimated Cost for Repairs, Replacements, Major Maintenance CAPITAL FY FY Exterior Architecture 54,534,000 17,333,000 Interior Architecture 23,687,000 11,749,000 Electrical 4,353,000 13,127,000 Mechanical 5,522,000 26,782,000 Piers 4,017,000 8,752,000 Bulkheads 46,107,000 72,481,000 Parks' Walls 33,807, ,000 Parks' Boardwalks 53,055,000 18,989,000 Miscellaneous Buildings 29,563,000 8,281,000 Parks' Water and Sewer Utilities 100,802, ,203,000 Parks' Electrical Utilities 31,331,000 46,996,000 Parks' Streets and Roads 69,665,000 20,822,000 Park Bridges 27,472,000 2,181,000 Marinas/Docks 4,193,000 11,987,000 Total $488,108,000 * $411,017,000 Priority D 188,082,000 99,414, ,918, ,146,000 24,880,000 13,354,000 99,228,000 29,103,000 Total $488,108,000 * $411,017,000 * Investment necessary to bring assets to a State of Good Repair All costs are in non-escalated current dollars and are rounded to the nearest thousand dollars. 37

45 DEPT. OF PARKS & RECREATION EXPENSE FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 Exterior Architecture 5,486, , , ,000 Interior Architecture 5,044, , , ,000 Electrical 1,574, ,000 1,121, ,000 Mechanical 1,981, ,000 1,429, ,000 Piers 896, ,000 36,000 32,000 Bulkheads 2,321, , ,000 91,000 Parks' Walls 3,389,000 Parks' Boardwalks 103,000 Miscellaneous Buildings 2,076, , , ,000 Parks' Water and Sewer Utilities 2,520,000 2,520,000 2,520,000 2,520,000 Parks' Electrical Utilities 783, , , ,000 Elevators/Escalators 222, , , ,000 Parks' Streets and Roads Park Bridges 4,085,000 55,000 9, ,000 Marinas/Docks 844, , , ,000 Total $31,325,000 $6,136,000 $8,020,000 $7,374,000 9,872, , , ,000 13,745,000 4,934,000 6,302,000 5,303,000 5,631, , , ,000 Priority D 2,076, , , ,000 Total $31,325,000 $6,136,000 $8,020,000 $7,374,000 * Investment necessary to bring assets to a State of Good Repair All costs are in non-escalated current dollars and are rounded to the nearest thousand dollars. 38

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