California Legislature—2015–16 Regular Session

Assembly BillNo. 466


Introduced by Assembly Member McCarty

February 23, 2015


An act to amend Section 14669.16 of the Government Code, relating to state government.

LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL’S DIGEST

AB 466, as introduced, McCarty. Department of General Services.

Existing law requires, by July 1, 2015, the Department of General Services to complete a long-range planning study of the state-controlled and owned office buildings in the County of Sacramento and the City of West Sacramento for the management of the state’s space needs in the Sacramento region, as specified. Existing law requires the Director of General Services to issue one or more requests for proposals for the planning, design, construction, and acquisition of facilities recommended by the Legislature based on the planning study.

This bill would make nonsubstantive changes to these provisions.

Vote: majority. Appropriation: no. Fiscal committee: no. State-mandated local program: no.

The people of the State of California do enact as follows:

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SECTION 1.  

Section 14669.16 of the Government Code is
2amended to read:

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14669.16.  

(a) The Department of General Services shall, by
4July 1, 2015, complete a long-range planning study of the
5state-controlled and owned office buildings in the County of
6Sacramento and the City of West Sacramento, including the Board
P2    1of Equalization’s headquarters, for the management of the state’s
2space needs in the Sacramento region.

3(b) The planning study shall contain, but is not limited to,begin insert all
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the following:

5(1) Evaluation of the overall state facility needs in the
6Sacramento region, including the capacity of currently owned and
7leased space.

8(2) Evaluation of each building including, but not limited to,
9condition, age, building use, and the extent thatbegin delete itend deletebegin insert each buildingend insert
10 meets the business needs and location of the state entity occupying
11the space.

12(3) The impact the building’s age and design has on potential
13reconfiguration and consolidation for state needs.

14(4) The viability of antiquated building infrastructure systems,
15including the present and probable future availability of
16replacement parts for the systems in the buildings.

17(5) Evaluation of office buildings in need of major repairs or
18renovations to correct deficiencies, including estimated costs for
19fire and life safety, accessibility, seismic safety, and other building
20code compliance issues, and known existence of encapsulated
21hazardous materials and lead-based paint.

22(6) Other considerations deemed appropriate by the Department
23of General Services, in consultation with the state entity occupying
24the building, may be included.

25(7) The development of a logical sequencing plan for renovation,
26replacement, or both, of existing state office buildings and new
27office development in the Sacramento region to guide the state
28over the next 25 years.

29(c) The findings in this long-range planning study shall be used
30as the basis for recommendations and developing detailed cost and
31scope information to be considered in future budget proposals.

32(d) Beginning with the three buildings with the most significant
33and immediate renovation or replacement needs, including highest
34cost of total maintenance and repair to usable space, and other
35related costs identified in the long-range planning study, the
36Director of General Services shall issue one or more requests for
37proposals for the planning, design, construction, and acquisition
38of facilities that have been recommended by the Legislature based
39on the planning study completed under this section. The Director
40of General Services shall issue the requests for proposals within
P3    112 months of the Legislature making the recommendation described
2in this subdivision.



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