CAPITAL BUDGET PROJECT ITEMIZATION ACT OF Act of Jul. 7, 2006, P.L. 390, No. 83 Cl. 86 AN ACT

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1 CAPITAL BUDGET PROJECT ITEMIZATION ACT OF Act of Jul. 7, 2006, P.L. 390, No. 83 Cl. 86 AN ACT Providing for the capital budget for the fiscal year ; itemizing public improvement projects, furniture and equipment projects, transportation assistance projects, redevelopment assistance capital projects, flood control projects, Keystone Recreation, Park and Conservation Fund projects, Environmental Stewardship Fund projects, Motor License Fund projects, State forestry bridge projects, Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission projects, Manufacturing Fund projects and federally funded projects to be constructed or acquired or assisted by the Department of General Services, the Department of Community and Economic Development, the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, the Department of Environmental Protection, the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission, the Pennsylvania Game Commission and the Department of Transportation, together with their estimated financial costs; authorizing the incurring of debt without the approval of the electors for the purpose of financing the projects to be constructed, acquired or assisted by the Department of General Services, the Department of Community and Economic Development, the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, the Department of Environmental Protection, the Department of Transportation, the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission or the Pennsylvania Game Commission; stating the estimated useful life of the projects; providing an exemption; providing for limitation on certain capital projects and for special provisions for certain redevelopment assistance capital projects; and making appropriations. TABLE OF CONTENTS Section 1. Short title. Section 2. Total authorizations. Section 3. Itemization of public improvement capital projects. Section 4. Itemization of furniture and equipment projects. Section 5. Itemization of transportation assistance projects. Section 6. Itemization of redevelopment assistance projects. Section 7. Itemization of flood control projects. Section 8. Itemization of Keystone Recreation, Park and Conservation Fund Projects. Section 9. Itemization of Environmental Stewardship Fund projects. Section 10. Itemization of Motor License Fund projects. Section 11. Itemization of State forestry bridge projects. Section Itemization of Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission capital projects. Section Itemization of Manufacturing Fund current revenue projects. Section Itemization of Federally funded projects. Section 12. Limited waiver of local requirements. Section Other Waivers. Section 13. Debt authorization. Section 14. Issue of bonds. -1-

2 Section 15. Estimated useful life and term of debt. Section 16. Appropriations. Section 17. Federal funds. Section 18. Delegation. Section 19. Limitation on certain capital projects. Section Special provisions for redevelopment assistance capital projects. Section Pennsylvania National Guard facilities. Section 20. Editorial changes. Section 21. Effective date. The General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania hereby enacts as follows: Section 1. Short title. This act shall be known and may be cited as the Capital Budget Project Itemization Act of Section 2. Total authorizations. (a) Public improvements.--the total authorization for the additional capital projects in the category of public improvement projects itemized in section 3 and to be acquired or constructed by the Department of General Services, its successors or assigns and to be financed by the incurring of debt shall be $3,262,281,000. (b) Furniture and equipment.--the total authorization for the additional capital projects in the category of public improvement projects consisting of the acquisition of original movable furniture and equipment to complete public improvement projects itemized in section 4 and to be acquired by the Department of General Services, its successors or assigns and to be financed by the incurring of debt shall be $138,088,000. (c) Transportation assistance.--the total authorization for the capital projects in the category of transportation assistance projects itemized in section 5 with respect to which an interest is to be acquired in or constructed by the Department of Transportation, its successors or assigns and to be financed by the incurring of debt shall be $1,238,624,000. (d) Redevelopment assistance.--the total authorization for the additional capital projects in the category of redevelopment assistance and redevelopment assistance capital projects itemized in section 6 for capital grants by the Department of Community and Economic Development, its successors or assigns and to be financed by the incurring of debt shall be $5,533,652,000. (e) Flood control.--the total authorization for the capital projects in the category of flood control projects itemized in section 7 and to be constructed by the Department of Environmental Protection, its successors or assigns and to be financed by the incurring of debt shall be $57,840,000. (f) Keystone Recreation, Park and Conservation Fund.--The total authorization for the capital projects in the category of public improvement projects itemized in section 8 and to be constructed by the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, its successors or assigns and to be financed from current revenues in the Keystone Recreation, Park and Conservation Fund shall be $68,370,000. (g) Environmental Stewardship Fund projects.--the total authorization for the capital projects in the category of public improvement projects itemized in section 9 and to be constructed -2-

3 by the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, its successors or assigns and to be financed from current revenues in the Environmental Stewardship Fund shall be $165,952,000. (h) Motor License Fund projects.--the total authorization for the capital projects in the category of public improvement projects itemized in section 10 and to be developed by the Department of General Services, its successors or assigns for the Department of Transportation and to be financed by the incurring of debt or from current revenues in the Motor License Fund is $66,125,000. (i) State forestry bridge projects.--the total authorization for the capital projects itemized in section 11 to be constructed by the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, its successors or assigns and to be financed by oil company franchise tax revenues pursuant to 75 Pa.C.S. 9502(a)(2)(iv) (relating to imposition of tax) shall be $5,100,000. (j) Fish and Boat Fund projects.--the total authorization for the capital projects in the category of public improvement projects itemized in section 11.1 to be acquired or developed by the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission and to be financed by the incurring of debt or by current revenues of the Fish Fund and the Boat Fund pursuant to executive authorization shall be $166,233,000. (k) Manufacturing Fund current revenue projects.--the total authorization for the capital projects in the category of public improvement projects itemized in section 11.2 and to be constructed by the Department of General Services, its successors or assigns and to be financed from current revenues in the Manufacturing Fund shall be $16,500,000. (l) Federally funded projects.--the total authorization for the capital projects in the category of public improvement projects itemized in section 11.3 to be acquired or constructed by the Department of General Services, it successors or assigns and to be financed from Federal funds shall be $61,550,000. Section 3. Itemization of public improvement capital projects. Additional capital projects in the category of public improvement projects to be constructed or acquired by the Department of General Services, its successors or assigns and to be financed by the incurring of debt are hereby itemized, together with their respective estimated financial costs, as follows: Total Project Project Allocation (1) Office of Administration (i) Statewide mobile radio and microwave system (A) Additional funds for DGS project , Statewide mobile radio and microwave system 15,000,000 (B) Additional funds for DGS project , Statewide mobile radio and microwave system 27,000,000 (ii) Commonwealth Technology Center (A) Alternate site, colocation with CTC. This project shall be construed to be a supplement to the project itemized in section 3(17)(i)(A) of the act of June -3-

4 22, 2004 (P.L.257, No.40), known as the Capital Budget Project Itemization Act of ,600,000 (1.1) Department of Agriculture (i) New Bolton Center (A) Construction of a diagnostic laboratory, including Biosafety Level III space 29,000,000 (ii) Alkaline digester (A) Purchase and area construction of alkaline digester for the disposal of animal carcasses 3,000,000 (Base Project Allocation - $3,000,000) (iii) Farm Show Complex (A) Rehabilitation of the original Farm Show Complex, including HVAC, parking, security upgrades and other improvements 12,000,000 (Base Project Allocation - $12,000,000) (2) Capitol Preservation Committee (i) Flag preservation facility (A) Construction of a flag preservation facility 1,500,000 (3) Department of Community and Economic Development (Reserved) (4) Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (i) Bald Eagle State Park (A) Construct family campground, Phase 2 2,000,000 (Base Project Allocation - $2,000,000) (i.1) Benjamin Rush State Park (A) Capital improvements 750,000 (ii) Delaware Canal State Park (A) Uncover and restore area around Pennsylvania Turnpike Bridge over Delaware River 1,200,000 (Base Project Allocation - $1,000,000) (Design and Contingencies - $200,000) (ii.1) Elk County (A) Construction and related costs of the Elk Visitors Center in Pennsylvania Wilds in Benezette 5,000,000 (iii) Forest District 12 (A) Relocate road 1,000,000 (Base Project Allocation - $850,000) (Design and Contingencies - $150,000) (B) Rehabilitate Hepburn Street Dam 1,500,000 (Base Project Allocation - $1,275,000) (Design and Contingencies - $225,000) (iv) Gouldsboro State Park (A) Rehabilitation of dam 2,000,000 (Base Project Allocation - $1,667,000) (Design and Contingencies - $333,000) (v) Laurel Ridge State Park (A) Replace pedestrian bridge over the Pennsylvania Turnpike 3,500,000 (Base Project Allocation - $2,916,000) (Design and Contingencies - $584,000) (v.1) Marsh Creek State Park -4-

5 (A) Acquisition of property for park expansion 1,000,000 (v.2) Milton State Park (A) Capital improvements 1,000,000 (v.3) Moraine State Park (A) Construction, infrastructure and other related costs for a permanent rowing racecourse 150,000 (vi) Nockamixon State Park (A) Improvements to park 15,000,000 (vi.1) Ridley Creek State Park (A) Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation, capital improvements, including repair, replacement and restoration to buildings 526,000 (B) Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation, barn replacement 156,000 (Base Project Allocation - $130,000) (Design and Contingencies - $26,000) (C) Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation, expansion of store to include a visitors center, including roof and HVAC repairs 180,000 (Base Project Allocation - $150,000) (Design and Contingencies - $30,000) (D) Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation, restoration and renovation of main farmhouse and other outbuildings, cabins and bridge causeways, replacement of livestock buildings and acquisition of farm machinery 290,000 (Base Project Allocation - $241,000) (Design and Contingencies - $49,000) (vi.2) Ryerson Station State Park (A) Repairs, construction and infrastructure improvements to dam and lake 25,000,000 (B) Improvements and construction of recreational and educational facilities 2,000,000 (vii) S. B. Elliott State Park (A) Complete visitors center and overnight lodge facility 8,000,000 (Base Project Allocation - $6,666,000) (Design and Contingencies - $1,334,000) (B) Design, fabricate and install exhibits at the Visitors Gateway Center to the PA WILDS 2,000,000 (Base Project Allocation - $1,750,000) (Design and Contingencies - $250,000) (viii) Shikellamy State Park (A) Repair and replace marina facilities that were partly destroyed or seriously damaged during Hurricane Ivan in September 2004 and will include head walls, docks, ramps, anchors, walkways, railings and support facilities. Replacement facility to be constructed in such a manner to lessen threats of -5-

6 future flood damage. 2,500,000 (Base Project Allocation - $2,083,000) (Design and Contingencies - $417,000) (ix) Washington Crossing State Park (A) Streambank restoration, reconstruction of a bridge and other capital improvements 4,000,000 (5) Department of Corrections (i) State Correctional Institution at Albion (A) Replace and modernize heat sensors, smoke detectors, pull stations and computer programming to current codes and technology 900,000 (Base Project Allocation - $720,000) (Design and Contingencies - $180,000) (i.1) State Correctional Institution at Camp Hill (A) Construct new coal handling system to replace existing system 2,050,000 (Base Project Allocation - $1,640,000) (Design and Contingencies - $410,000) (i.2) State Correctional Institution at Coal (A) Replace and modernize heat sensors, smoke detectors, pull stations and computer programming to current codes and technology 900,000 (Base Project Allocation - $720,000) (Design and Contingencies - $180,000) (i.3) State Correctional Institution at Dallas (A) Remove sanitary and storm drains cross-connections and upgrade plant infrastructure and processing equipment 3,600,000 (Base Project Allocation - $2,880,000) (Design and Contingencies - $720,000) (ii) State Correctional Institution at Graterford (A) Continue upgrading plumbing fixtures at various cell blocks and replace existing radiators 9,000,000 (Base Project Allocation - $7,200,000) (Design and Contingencies - $1,800,000) (B) Continue security upgrades with new cell doors and locks, HVAC to control rooms and new fan coils 6,000,000 (Base Project Allocation - $4,800,000) (Design and Contingencies - $1,200,000) (iii) State Correctional Institution at Greene (A) Renovate fire alarm system to replace and modernize heat sensors, smoke detectors, pull stations and computer programming to current codes and technology 900,000 (Base Project Allocation - $720,000) (Design and Contingencies - $180,000) (iv) State Correctional Institution at Houtzdale (A) Renovate fire alarm system to replace and modernize heat sensors, smoke -6-

7 detectors, pull stations and computer programming to current codes and technology 900,000 (Base Project Allocation - $720,000) (Design and Contingencies - $180,000) (iv.1) State Correctional Institution at Huntingdon (A) Install a backup boiler to the current system at SCI Huntingdon and provide steam line interconnection to SCI Smithfield boiler house 2,650,000 (Base Project Allocation - $2,120,000) (Design and Contingencies - $530,000) (iv.2) State Correctional Institution at Laurel Highlands (A) Construct a new 230-bed capacity facility and upgrade infrastructure and security 13,500,000 (Base Project Allocation - $10,800,000) (Design and Contingencies - $2,700,000) (B) Construct a new wing on the medical step-down unit for an additional 48 beds, including utility infrastructure upgrade 6,400,000 (Base Project Allocation - $5,120,000) (Design and Contingencies - $1,280,000) (iv.3) State Correctional Institution at Mahanoy (A) Replace and modernize heat sensors, smoke detectors, pull stations and computer programming to current codes and technology 900,000 (Base Project Allocation - $720,000) (Design and Contingencies - $180,000) (iv.4) State Correctional Institution at Mercer (A) Construct a new 230-bed capacity facility and upgrade infrastructure and security 13,500,000 (Base Project Allocation - $10,800,000) (Design and Contingencies - $2,700,000) (v) State Correctional Institution at Rockview (A) Modify Benner Spring Pump Station to include a packaged water filtration system 1,000,000 (Base Project Allocation - $800,000) (Design and Contingencies - $200,000) (v.1) State Correctional Institution at Smithfield (A) Construct a new 230-bed capacity facility and upgrade infrastructure and security 13,500,000 (Base Project Allocation - $10,800,000) (Design and Contingencies - $2,700,000) (vi) State Correctional Institution at Somerset (A) Renovate fire alarm system to replace and modernize heat sensors, smoke detectors, pull stations and computer -7-

8 programming to current codes and technology 900,000 (Base Project Allocation - $720,000) (Design and Contingencies - $180,000) (vii) State Correctional Institution at Waymart (A) Life Safety Code improvements, installation of fire alarms, emergency lighting, zone fire doors and networking of improvements into existing system in Housing Units A2, F, G, H, I, J and O 4,300,000 (Base Project Allocation - $3,440,000) (Design and Contingencies - $860,000) (6) Department of Education (i) Community College of Allegheny County (A) Renovation of Logan School, including construction, abatement of hazardous materials and infrastructure, for redevelopment as a community college facility 3,500,000 (B) Acquiring and renovating a facility which will serve as a state-of-the-art training facility focused on technology training and continuing professional education 3,000,000 (i.1) Delaware County Community College/Chester County Intermediate Unit (A) Design and construction of a hybrid grades 9-14 career training and educational facility 28,980,000 (ii) Harrisburg Area Community College (A) Construction, infrastructure and other related costs to renovate the Evans Physical Education Center 5,000,000 (B) Wildwood Campus upgrades 25,000,000 (C) Renovation of existing facility to increase square footage 1,000,000 (Base Project Allocation - $1,000,000) (D) Acquisition, construction, infrastructure and other related costs for an administrative and technical services building 5,000,000 (E) Construction, infrastructure and other related costs to expand the Community Center for Technology Arts Building 5,000,000 (F) Construction, infrastructure and other related costs to expand the McCormick Library 5,000,000 (iii) Lehigh Carbon Community College (A) Construction of teacher education center 500,000 (iii.1) Montgomery County Community College (A) Renovation and expansion of Art Barn Complex and both Central and East Campuses for development of an art compound 1,700,000 (B) Central Campus Library expansion and renovation 10,000,000-8-

9 (iv) Northampton County Area Community College (A) Expansion, including acquisition, construction and related infrastructure 2,150,000 (B) Land acquisition and construction of new campus in Pocono Township, Monroe County 31,100,000 (v) Community College of Philadelphia (A) Acquisition, construction, infrastructure and other related costs to expand the West Philadelphia Regional Center 1,200,000 (vi) Penn Highlands Community College (A) Acquisition, construction, infrastructure and other related costs for a new main campus building 9,000,000 (vii) Lincoln University (A) Landscape general campus and around all buildings, provide sidewalks, streets, entrances, curbing and pedestrian pathways to connect all buildings. Provide additional parking spaces on outer perimeter of campus. 15,000,000 (Base Project Allocation - $12,000,000) (Design and Contingencies - $3,000,000) (B) Construction of additional tennis courts, softball field, soccer field and bleachers to support track and soccer fields 15,000,000 (Base Project Allocation - $14,000,000) (Design and Contingencies - $1,000,000) (C) Renovation of gymnasium, exercise facilities, track, baseball field, tennis courts and swimming pool 25,000,000 (Base Project Allocation - $22,000,000) (Design and Contingencies - $3,000,000) (D) Construction of a new Learning/Counseling/Academic Student Center 35,000,000 (Base Project Allocation - $28,000,000) (Design and Contingencies - $7,000,000) (E) Renovation/addition to Rivero Hall 65,000,000 (Base Project Allocation - $52,000,000) (Design and Contingencies - $13,000,000) (F) Additional funds for DGS Project No , University Hall renovation 1,500,000 (G) Additional funds for DGS Project No , Ware Center renovation, Phase II 2,000,000 (H) Additional funds for DGS Project No , Student Union Building renovation, including ADA accessibility upgrades 4,000,000 (I) Additional funds for DGS Project No , construction of new science and general classroom high-technology building 5,000,000 (J) Additional funds for DGS Project No. -9-

10 , construction of new international cultural center 3,000,000 (K) Additional funds for DGS Project No , roof upgrades 2,000,000 (L) Additional funds for DGS Project No , HVAC systems and controls 3,000,000 (viii) The Pennsylvania State University (A) Additional funding for new classroom building at Berks Campus 8,400,000 (Base Project Allocation - $6,720,000) (Design and Contingencies - $1,680,000) (B) Additional funding for new administration building at Delaware Campus 2,200,000 (Base Project Allocation - $1,760,000) (Design and Contingencies - $440,000) (C) Expansion and/or construction of medical facilities, Hershey Medical Center 29,000,000 (D) Construction of new classroom laboratory building at the Berks Campus 19,500,000 (E) Construction of new administration building at the Delaware County Campus 8,200,000 (F) Expansion of the Henderson Building at the University Park Campus, including construction 34,500,000 (G) Expansion of the Moore Building, including construction at the University Park Campus 38,200,000 (H) Construction, infrastructure and other related costs for the establishment of the Animal Health Laboratory for Western Pennsylvania, PADLS system, Fayette Campus 10,000,000 (I) Construction of Center for Business and Workforce Development at the Pennsylvania College of Technology 1,000,000 (J) Expansion of the Community Arts Center at the Altoona Campus 2,000,000 (K) Construction of Ethnic Study and Museum Center at Schuylkill Campus 1,000,000 (ix) University of Pennsylvania (A) Expansion of Morris Arboretum 12,000,000 (x) University of Pittsburgh (A) Construct recreation and athletic complex 18,000,000 (Base Project Allocation - $11,250,000) (Land Allocation - $4,500,000) (Design and Contingencies - $2,250,000) (B) Renovations and infrastructure upgrades to Parran and Crabtree Halls 37,000,000 (C) Renovations and infrastructure upgrades to Benedum Hall 38,000,000 (D) Midcampus research complex renovation project 42,000,000 (Base Project Allocation - $37,800,000) (Design and Contingencies - $4,200,000) (E) Salk Hall addition 40,000,

11 (F) Upgrade and deferred maintenance of Chevron Science Center 8,000,000 (xi) University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (A) Acquisition of land, demolition and construction of a multifaceted biomedical research facility to conduct basic research programs, basic cancer research programs, as well as translational and clinical research 20,000,000 (B) Construction of new facilities at the Thomas E. Starzl Transplant Institute for clinical and research programs 20,000,000 (C) Renovation of laboratories for McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine 5,000,000 (D) Infrastructure improvements and construction to include a public entrance from the Central Business District along Braddock Avenue at the Braddock Campus 3,000,000 (E) Infrastructure improvements and construction of lab, office and support facilities at Magee-Womens Hospital Research Center 12,500,000 (F) Kelly Building renovation project, McKeesport, to accommodate expansion of the Nursing School, oncology services and physician offices 1,000,000 (xii) Temple University (A) Restoration of the Historic Baptist Temple. This project shall be construed as a supplement to the project authorized in section 3(5)(vi)(N) of the act of October 30, 2002 (P.L.891, No.131), known as the Capital Budget Project Itemization Act of , in the amount of $22,045,000 and also as a supplement to the project authorized in section 3(5)(vii)(k) of the act of June 22, 2004 (P.L.257, No.40), known as the Capital Budget Project Itemization Act of , in the amount of $2,011,000. 5,000,000 (B) Renovation of research facilities, Barton Hall. This project shall be construed as a supplement to the project authorized in section 3(5)(vi)(M) of the act of October 30, 2002 (P.L.891, No.131), known as the Capital Budget Project Itemization Act of , in the amount of $10,160,000 and also as a supplement to the project authorized in section 4(3)(iv)(A) of the act of June 22, 2000 (P.L.136, No.27), known as the Capital Budget Debt Authorization Project Itemization Act of , in the amount of $6,800, ,000,000 (C) Addition to Presser Hall for School of Music. This project shall be construed -11-

12 as a supplement to the project authorized in section 3(5)(vii)(H) of the act of June 22, 2004 (P.L.257, No.40), known as the Capital Budget Project Itemization Act of , in the amount of $5,688,000. 6,000,000 (D) Research, laboratory and office building on main campus 50,000,000 (E) Temple University Hospital, Episcopal Campus renovations, including construction and infrastructure improvements 4,800,000 (xiii) Scranton School for the Deaf (A) Life safety, health and security upgrades 7,878,000 (Base Project Allocation - $6,850,000) (Design and Contingencies - $1,028,000) (B) Construct a new library and media communications center concurrent to modern codes 3,450,000 (Base Project Allocation - $3,000,000) (Design and Contingencies - $450,000) (C) Develop and make site improvements and provide equipment for age-appropriate recreational areas and sports sites 115,000 (Base Project Allocation - $100,000) (Design and Contingencies - $15,000) (D) Additional funding for DGS project , campus safety improvements 2,243,000 (Base Project Allocation - $1,950,000) (Design and Contingencies - $293,000) (xiv) Montgomery County (A) Acquisition of land and construction of a new secondary school 9,500,000 (xv) Berean Institute (A) Expansion of technology center, Phase I 5,000,000 (7) Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency (i) Rehabilitate and renovate emergency operations center 2,000,000 (Base Project Allocation - $1,600,000) (Design and Contingencies - $400,000) (ii) Rehabilitate emergency operations center 375,000 (Base Project Allocation - $300,000) (Design and Contingencies - $75,000) (iii) Construct emergency operations center for the eastern area 2,000,000 (Base Project Allocation - $1,800,000) (Design and Contingencies - $200,000) (8) Department of Environmental Protection (i) Allegheny County (A) Additional funds for DGS project , concrete channel system along Dirty Camp Run 2,400,000 (Base Project Allocation - $2,000,000) (Design and Contingencies - $400,000) (B) Etna flood protection project 864,000 (Base Project Allocation - $720,000) (Design and Contingencies - $144,000) -12-

13 (C) Pine Creek Watershed, flood mitigation 2,000,000 (D) Shaler Township, North Lake Park, restoration of lake 2,000,000 (ii) Beaver County (A) Connoquenessing Creek flood mitigation project 2,000,000 (ii.1) Bedford County (A) Additional funds for DGS project 183-8, Hyndman flood protection 1,200,000 (Base Project Allocation - $1,000,000) (Design and Contingencies - $200,000) (iii) (Reserved) (iv) (Reserved) (v) (Reserved) (vi) Crawford County (A) Additional funds for DGS project , compacted concrete detention dam on Church Run upstream of Titusville 600,000 (Base Project Allocation - $500,000) (Design and Contingencies - $100,000) (vii) Dauphin County (A) Renovation of technology infrastructure within the Rachel Carson State Office Building 5,000,000 (Base Project Allocation - $5,000,000) (B) Construction, infrastructure and other related costs for the Wildwood Lake Flood Control Project 600,000 (C) Dock Street Dam replacement 15,000,000 (D) Construct central mine map repository 3,000,000 (Base Project Allocation - $2,700,000) (Design and Contingencies - $300,000) (viii) Delaware County (A) Construction of shields to secure, stabilize and protect six exposed sanitary sewer pipes along Darby and Crum Creeks and their tributaries 750,000 (ix) Elk County (A) Acquisition, construction and infrastructure improvements related to the Clarion River flood prevention in Ridgway Borough and Ridgway Township 7,500,000 (x) (Reserved) (xi) Lackawanna County (A) Blakely flood protection project 600,000 (Base Project Allocation - $500,000) (Design and Contingencies - $100,000) (B) Additional funds for DGS project , installation of rectangular concrete channel in Jermyn Borough 1,200,000 (Base Project Allocation - $1,000,000) (Design and Contingencies - $200,000) (xii) Lehigh County (A) Construction of flood mitigation for Spring Creek, Swabin Creek and the Little Lehigh Creek within the Little Lehigh Creek Watershed 10,000,000 (xiii) Luzerne County -13-

14 (A) Coal Street flood control project 1,000,000 (B) Flood mitigation as part of Hicks Creek flood control project in Exeter Borough 1,000,000 (C) Rehabilitation of the wall along Solomon's Creek stretching from Waller Street to South Franklin Street 10,000,000 (D) Additional funds for DGS project 183-3, stream bank stabilization in Pittston Township 1,200,000 (Base Project Allocation - $1,000,000) (Design and Contingencies - $200,000) (xiii.1) Lycoming County (A) Replacement of the Louschy Run Culvert system 1,000,000 (xiv) Monroe County (A) Acquisition, construction, infrastructure and related costs for flood control and related improvements to Brushy Mountain area along Route 447 in Stroud Township 500,000 (B) Acquisition, construction, infrastructure and other related costs to rehabilitate Brushy Mountain area along Route 447 in Stroud Township 500,000 (xv) Montgomery County (A) Construction, infrastructure and other related costs for Tookany Creek stabilization and flood control project 1,000,000 (B) Additional funds for Tookany Creek Flood Protection Project in Cheltenham Township 1,200,000 (Base Project Allocation - $1,000,000) (Design and Contingencies - $200,000) (C) Additional funds for DGS project , construct concrete channel, extend concrete culvert and increase flow capacity under SEPTA railroad line in Cheltenham Township 1,200,000 (Base Project Allocation - $1,000,000) (Design and Contingencies - $200,000) (xvi) Montour County (A) Additional funds for DGS project , channel improvements, including replacement of Route 11 bridge and railroad bridge with box culvert 2,400,000 (Base Project Allocation - $2,000,000) (Design and Contingencies - $400,000) (xvii) Philadelphia County (A) Wissahickon Watershed initiative storm water management system 2,000,000 (Base Project Allocation - $2,000,000) (B) Construction, infrastructure and other related costs to restore FDR Park lakes, including dredging and floodgate reconstruction 3,000,000 (xviii) Warren County (A) Jackson Run flood mitigation 1,500,

15 (xix) Westmoreland County (A) Additional funds for Export Flood Protection Project DGS ,840,000 (Base Project Allocation - $3,200,000) (Design and Contingencies - $640,000) (9) Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (i) Centre County (A) Construction of dam in the vicinity of Colyer Lake in Potter Township 2,500,000 (ii) Adam Bower Dam (A) Rehabilitation of dam 8,000,000 (iii) Shikellamy State Park (A) Construction of a fish passageway 12,600,000 (10) Department of General Services (i) Allegheny County (A) Acquisition of property at 660 First Avenue in City of Pittsburgh 21,500,000 (ii) Dauphin County, Capitol Complex (A) Additional funds for Project No for additional State Museum exhibits 22,000,000 (B) Construct new State Archives Building 30,000,000 (Base Project Allocation - $24,000,000) (Land Allocation - $1,000,000) (Design and Contingencies - $5,000,000) (C) Additional funds for Project No (946-12) for State Museum atrium entrance addition and additional renovations 60,000,000 (Base Project Allocation - $50,000,000) (Design and Contingencies - $10,000,000) (iii) Erie County (A) Construction, infrastructure and other related costs for the development of the Warner Theater 15,000,000 (iv) Indiana County (A) Additional funds for Project No. DGS , potential environmental remediation at convocation center for Indiana University of Pennsylvania 10,000,000 (v) Philadelphia County (A) Construction, infrastructure and other related costs to modernize a publicly owned natural gas utilities system in cities of the first class 200,000,000 (B) Construction, infrastructure and other related costs for a diagnostic and rehabilitation center in Philadelphia 5,000,000 (C) DGS 522-2, Diagnostic and Rehabilitation Center, Philadelphia. This project shall be construed as a supplement to the project authorized in section 6(8)(ii)(A) of the act of June 22, 2004 (P.L.257, No.40), known as the Capital Budget Project Itemization Act of ,000,000 (D) Pennsylvania Convention Center expansion, including furniture, -15-

16 fixtures and equipment, land acquisition, renovation and construction 300,000,000 (iv) Statewide project (A) Construction, infrastructure and other related costs to modernize Rural Pennsylvania's Emergency Communications Network Infrastructure 20,000,000 (11) Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (i) Brandywine Battlefield (A) Provide permanent exhibits for visitors center 1,200,000 (Base Project Allocation - $1,000,000) (Design and Contingencies - $200,000) (ii) Bucks County (A) Washington Crossing State Park, construction of new historic interpretive museum and visitors center 20,000,000 (B) Daniel Boone Homestead, install fire protection and security systems 960,000 (Base Project Allocation - $800,000) (Design and Contingencies - $160,000) (C) Graeme Park, renovate barn as fully functional visitors center 2,400,000 (Base Project Allocation - $2,000,000) (Design and Contingencies - $400,000) (iii) Potter County (A) Pennsylvania Lumber Museum, expansion, renovation and construction 3,200,000 (Base Project Allocation - $2,700,000) (Design and Contingencies - $500,000) (B) Renovate, upgrade and expand visitors center and make associated site improvements 3,000,000 (Base Project Allocation - $2,500,000) (Design and Contingencies - $500,000) (iv) Old Economy Village (A) Additional funds for DGS , construction of a visitors center 550,000 (12) Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (i) Pennsylvania National Guard Readiness Center, Mercer County (A) Additional funds for Project DGS , construction of new Hermitage Readiness Center 2,045,000 (Base Project Allocation - $1,640,000) (Land Allocation - $200,000) (Design and Contingencies - $205,000) (ii) Combined Readiness Center, York County (A) Additional funds for construction of combined readiness center 676,000 (Base Project Allocation - $521,000) (Design and Contingencies - $155,000) (iii) Delaware Valley Veterans Home (A) Demolition, renovations and construction of an addition to the home for storage and museum for the -16-

17 artifacts from the 3rd Regiment of the Pennsylvania National Guard and other artifacts from the 28th Infantry Division 1,000,000 (iv) Hollidaysburg Veterans Home (A) Construct backup waterline 150,000 (Base Project Allocation - $150,000) (B) Replace two elevators in Eisenhower Hall 240,000 (Base Project Allocation - $240,000) (v) National Guard Armory at 2700 Southampton Road in Philadelphia (A) Construct an addition or renovate existing facility for storage and museum for the artifacts from the 3rd Regiment of the Pennsylvania National Guard and other artifacts from the 28th Infantry Division 1,000,000 (vi) Readiness Center, Delaware or Chester County (A) Land acquisition for readiness center 1,600,000 (vii) Hollidaysburg Readiness Center (A) Construction of a National Guard readiness center, including classrooms, administrative offices and a mechanical room 1,000,000 (viii) Graterford field maintenance shop (A) Construction and maintenance shop to include work bays, arms vault and administrative offices 1,000,000 (13) Department of Public Welfare (i) Allentown State Hospital (A) Renovate boiler plant 600,000 (Base Project Allocation - $500,000) (Design and Contingencies - $100,000) (i.1) Clarks Summit State Hospital (A) Refurbish the front entrance and steps of Newtown Hall to comply with current codes 600,000 (Base Project Allocation - $500,000) (Design and Contingencies - $100,000) (ii) Danville State Hospital (A) Replace electrical switch gear in each building 990,000 (Base Project Allocation - $825,000) (Design and Contingencies - $165,000) (iii) Ebensburg Center (A) Upgrade infrastructure for JFK Learning Center and Memorial Hall 1,740,000 (Base Project Allocation - $1,450,000) (Design and Contingencies - $290,000) (B) Replace main direct sanitary line to municipal plant for Ebensburg Center and County PennDOT office 720,000 (Base Project Allocation - $600,000) (Design and Contingencies - $120,000) (iv) Hamburg Center (A) Replace water distribution center 1,200,000 (Base Project Allocation - $1,000,000) -17-

18 (Design and Contingencies - $200,000) (iv.1) Loysville Youth Development Center (A) Renovate boiler plant 1,440,000 (Base Project Allocation - $1,200,000) (Design and Contingencies - $240,000) (v) Mayview State Hospital (A) Renovate water distribution system to all buildings 2,400,000 (Base Project Allocation - $2,000,000) (Design and Contingencies - $400,000) (B) Upgrade and replace existing smoke and fire alarm system to meet current codes 648,000 (Base Project Allocation - $540,000) (Design and Contingencies - $108,000) (v.1) Polk Center (A) Renovate water treatment plant 1,200,000 (Base Project Allocation - $1,000,000) (Design and Contingencies - $200,000) (B) Install new summer boiler to comply with regulated requirements 1,200,000 (Base Project Allocation - $1,000,000) (Design and Contingencies - $200,000) (vi) Norristown State Hospital (A) Renovate boiler plant 1,800,000 (Base Project Allocation - $1,500,000) (Design and Contingencies - $300,000) (vii) Pennhurst State Mental Hospital (A) Demolition and removal of buildings for abatement of hazardous materials 11,000,000 (viii) Polk Center (A) Renovate storm drains 1,200,000 (Base Project Allocation - $1,000,000) (Design and Contingencies - $200,000) (B) Dredge lake 840,000 (Base Project Allocation - $700,000) (Design and Contingencies - $140,000) (ix) South Mountain Restoration Center (A) Renovate HVAC system in building 7 3,720,000 (Base Project Allocation - $3,100,000) (Design and Contingencies - $620,000) (B) Upgrade and replace existing smoke and fire alarm system to meet current codes 3,840,000 (Base Project Allocation - $3,200,000) (Design and Contingencies - $640,000) (x) Torrance State Hospital (A) Install new gas boiler 2,640,000 (Base Project Allocation - $2,200,000) (Design and Contingencies - $440,000) (B) Renovate HVAC system to the remainder of the Wiseman Building along with upgrading fire alarm system to meet compliance 2,160,000 (Base Project Allocation - $1,800,000) (Design and Contingencies - $360,000) (xi) Warren State Hospital (A) Upgrade electrical system 960,000 (Base Project Allocation - $800,000) -18-

19 (Design and Contingencies - $160,000) (xii) Wernersville State Hospital (A) Repair sewer distribution piping 1,200,000 (Base Project Allocation - $1,000,000) (Design and Contingencies - $200,000) (xiii) White Haven Center (A) Install emergency generators 1,080,000 (Base Project Allocation - $900,000) (Design and Contingencies - $180,000) (B) Install new roofs on the Hickory, Penn, Pine, Laurel, Parc and Haven Buildings 1,200,000 (Base Project Allocation - $1,000,000) (Design and Contingencies - $200,000) (C) Upgrade the steam and condensate distribution system throughout the facility 2,500,000 (xiv) YDC/YFC System, Statewide (A) Install Shatterguard protective coating on windows through the YDC/YFC system 615,000 (Base Project Allocation - $513,000) (Design and Contingencies - $102,000) (13.1) Pennsylvania State Police (i) Troop Headquarters (A) Facility improvements to include security (closed-circuit television (CCTV) and substation monitoring capabilities, lighting upgrades, upgraded emergency generator, industrial-strength wire mesh security fencing and enhanced telephony/data changes) and structural renovations, Westmoreland County, Hempfield Township 175,000 (B) Facility improvements to include security (closed-circuit television (CCTV) and substation monitoring capabilities, lighting upgrades, upgraded emergency generator, industrial-strength wire mesh security fencing and enhanced telephony/data changes) and structural renovations, Washington County, City of Washington 175,000 (C) Facility improvements to include security (closed-circuit television (CCTV) and substation monitoring capabilities, lighting upgrades, upgraded emergency generator, industrial-strength wire mesh security fencing and enhanced telephony/data changes) and structural renovations, Jefferson County, Punxsutawney Borough 175,000 (D) Facility improvements to include security (closed-circuit television (CCTV) and substation monitoring capabilities, lighting upgrades, upgraded emergency generator, industrial-strength wire mesh security -19-

20 fencing and enhanced telephony/data changes) and structural renovations, Butler County, Butler Township 175,000 (E) Facility improvements to include security (closed-circuit television (CCTV) and substation monitoring capabilities, lighting upgrades, upgraded emergency generator, industrial-strength wire mesh security fencing and enhanced telephony/data changes) and structural renovations, Erie County, Lawrence Park Township 175,000 (F) Facility improvements to include security (closed-circuit television (CCTV) and substation monitoring capabilities, lighting upgrades, upgraded emergency generator, industrial-strength wire mesh security fencing and enhanced telephony/data changes) and structural renovations, Lycoming County, Montoursville Borough 175,000 (G) Facility improvements to include security (closed-circuit television (CCTV) and substation monitoring capabilities, lighting upgrades, upgraded emergency generator, industrial-strength wire mesh security fencing and enhanced telephony/data changes) and structural renovations, Blair County, Hollidaysburg Borough 175,000 (H) Facility improvements to include security (closed-circuit television (CCTV) and substation monitoring capabilities, lighting upgrades, upgraded emergency generator, industrial-strength wire mesh security fencing and enhanced telephony/data changes) and structural renovations, Dauphin County, West Hanover Township 175,000 (I) Facility improvements to include security (closed-circuit television (CCTV) and substation monitoring capabilities, lighting upgrades, upgraded emergency generator, industrial-strength wire mesh security fencing and enhanced telephony/data changes) and structural renovations, Lancaster County, East Lampeter Township 175,000 (J) Facility improvements to include security (closed-circuit television (CCTV) and substation monitoring capabilities, lighting upgrades, upgraded emergency generator, industrial-strength wire mesh security fencing and enhanced telephony/data changes) and structural renovations, Philadelphia County, City of Philadelphia 175,

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