Physical Planning & Construction User's Guide Glossary
- Americans with Disabilities
- A complete and properly signed offer to do the work for the
sums stipulated therein, submitted in accordance with the bidding
- The California Code of Regulations was formerly the California
Administration Code; the official compilation of the adoption,
amendment, or repeal of state agency regulations (which are
applicable to University projects).
- California Environmental Quality Act
- Campus Facilities Requisition
- Classroom Subcommittee:
- A subcommittee of the Campus Space Committee
- Campus Physical Planning Adivisory Board:
- Design Advisory Board
- Environmental Assessment Group
- Environmental Health and Safety
- Environmental Impact Classification
- Environmental Impact Report
- Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning
Range Development Plan- A broad, comprehesive plan expressing
policy as approved by The Regents on proposed future physical
planning and developement of a University facility or its outlying
- Major Capital Improvement Project:
- New construction, substantial operations, extensions or
improvements to existing structures estimated to cost more than
- Operation and maintenance of plant.
- Programming Phase:
- The beginning of a project when...
- Project Closeout:
- The end of a project...
- Schematic Design:
- The first phase of a project's design process, prepared by a
design professional,of drawings and other documents illustrating
the scale and relation of project components.
- State Public Works Board:
- A State agency to whom State-funded Capital Projects (over
$250,000) are submitted for approval.
- A person or firm that has a contract with the contractor.
- Title 24 Compliance:
- Title 24 of the California Code of Regulations includes
Administrative Regulations, California Building Codes, Electrical
Codes, Mechanical Codes, Plumbing Codes, Energy Codes, Elevator
Safety Construction Codes, Historical Building Codes, and Fire
Codes, among others.
- Unit Price:
- An amount stated in a bid or later agreed upon as a price per
unit of measurment for materials, equipment, services or portion
of the work as described in the bidding documents.