REGULATIONS REGULATION ] FOR GOVERNING
STATE REIMBURSEMENT OF LOCAL JUVENILE RESIDENTIAL FACILITY COSTS
The state Board of Youth and Family Services is charged
with the responsibility for approving all requests from localities for
financial assistance relative to the development and operation of new programs
and services; for purchase of property; and for construction, enlargement, or
renovation of detention homes, group homes or other residential care facilities
for children; whether publicly or privately constructed. The Department of Youth and Family Services exercises
oversight responsibility in the establishment and maintenance of programs,
services and residential care facilities for children. The Office of Capital Outlay Management within the
Department of Youth and Family Services is responsible for architectural and
engineering review of residential care facilities which are constructed,
enlarged or renovated, and reimbursed with state funds.
Section 16.1-309.5 of the Code of Virginia requires the Board of Juvenile Justice and the Governor to evaluate all plans for, specifications of, and requests for reimbursement from a locality or localities for the construction, enlargement, purchase, or renovation of projects governed by this chapter. No reimbursements for costs and construction for such projects shall be made unless the plans, specifications, and construction are approved by the board and the Governor in accordance with the provisions contained herein.
Section 16.1-309.9 of the Code of Virginia further mandates the board to approve minimum standards for the construction and equipment of detention homes and other facilities governed by this chapter. Any such project shall be subject to this regulation and all applicable statutes, regulations, and guidance documents, including, but not limited to, the following:
1. The Virginia Public Procurement Act, Chapter 43 (§ 2.2-4300 et seq.) of Title 2.2 of the Code of Virginia;
2. The Construction and Professional Services Manual (CPSM), October 2004, issued by the Department of General Services, Division of Engineering and Building;
3. The Step-by-Step Procedures for Approval and Reimbursement for Local Facility Construction, Enlargement, and Renovation, March 2001, issued by the Department of Juvenile Justice; and
4. The Agency Procurement and Surplus Property Manual (1VAC30-130), issued by the Department of General Services, Division of Purchases and Supply.
Approval of projects for which state funding is requested
is vested by the Governor in the Office of the Secretary of Public Safety.
Such projects are best accomplished as a cooperative venture between a locality
or localities and the Department of Youth and Family Services Juvenile
Justice. Using Board of Youth and Family Services (BYFS) approved and
American Correctional Association (ACA) standards regulations
promulgated by the board and by working together as partners from
project planning to through project construction and program
implementation, the locality or localities and the department ensure
that an the optimum number of children are provided high quality
services at a minimum cost to the locality or localities and to the
Commonwealth. As a basis for this regulation: 1. The Virginia Public Procurement Act applies generally to
every public body in the Commonwealth which § 11-37 of the Code of
Virginia defines to include any legislative, executive or judicial body,
agency, office, department, authority, post, commission, committee,
institution, board or political subdivision created by law to exercise some
sovereign power or to perform some governmental duty. Therefore, the
Commonwealth of Virginia Agency Procurement and Surplus Property Manual,
current edition, will apply when construction of juvenile facilities is
reimbursed by state funds. 2. The Agency Procurement and Surplus Property manual
incorporates the Commonwealth of Virginia Capital Outlay manual for policy and
guidelines for Capital Outlay Projects. Generally, construction or renovation
of juvenile facilities would constitute Capital Outlay. The Department of Youth
and Family Services shall therefore apply the Commonwealth of Virginia Capital
Outlay manual, current edition, whenever reimbursement with state funds is
requested. Special emphasis on Chapters V, VIII, and X shall be considered
whenever reimbursement is requested. 3. The Department of Youth and Family Services does not
intend to replace or relieve responsibilities of the architectural and
engineering firms and applicable regulatory authorities (i.e., Building
Official, State Fire Marshal, etc.). For the purposes of this chapter and reimbursement
recommendations to the Secretary and the Governor, the Department of Youth and
Family Services (DYFS) or its designee shall be the reviewing authority.
and Legal Basis
The following words and terms
, when used in this
chapter , shall have the following meanings , unless the context
clearly indicates otherwise: "ACA" means American Correctional Association.
"Area allowance per bed" means the gross square footage of the facility divided by the facility's design capacity as provided herein.
"Architectural/Engineering (A/E) services" means
an individual or firm that is licensed by the Virginia Department of Commerce
to provide professional services appropriate for the specific project, and is
hired by the owner to provide those specific services for the project.
"Board" means the Virginia Board of
Family Services Juvenile Justice.
"Board-approved funding formula" means the method
by which construction costs are calculated as provided for in [
approved standards regulation"
means standards a regulation or section or subsections thereof
promulgated and approved by the Board of Youth and Family Services board.
These standards include: 1. Chapter 50 of Title 6 (6VAC35-50-10 et seq.), Standards
for Interdepartmental Regulation of Residential Facilities for Children; 2. Chapter 100 of Title 6 (6VAC35-100-10 et seq.), Standards
for Secure Detention; and 3. Chapter 40 of Title 6 (6VAC35-40-10 et seq.), Standards
for Predispositional and Post-Dispositional Group Homes.
means the Department of Youth and Family Services Juvenile Justice.
"Efficiency ratio" means the proportion of a building's net usable area to its gross floor area.
"Enlargement" or "Expansion" means to
expand an existing local facility by constructing additional areas. "Furnishings and equipment" means built-in
equipment or fixtures normally included in a structure at the time of
"Local facility" [ or "facility" ]
means a juvenile residential facility
which that is or may be
regulated by the board and is owned, maintained, or operated by any
political subdivision or combination of political subdivisions of the
Commonwealth, or a privately owned or operated juvenile residential facility which
that has contracted with any political subdivision or combination of
political subdivisions of the Commonwealth and is or may be regulated by the
board. "Locality's representative" means an individual
who is licensed by the Virginia Department of Commerce as an architect or
"Needs assessment" means an evaluation of trends and
factors at the local or regional level
which that may affect
current and future local facility needs , and the assessment of local
facilities and nonresidential programs available to meet such needs. The
needs assessment for each proposed project shall identify the target
population, the specific need of the target population the project is seeking
to address, why the specific need cannot be met with existing resources, all
alternatives considered to meet identified need, and the reason for rejecting
the alternatives. "New construction" means to erect a new local
facility or replace an outdated existing local facility. "Operating capacity" means operating capacity as
established by the Department of Youth and Family Services, based on "per
bed area allowances." 6VAC35-30-60 C 2.
"Planning study" means an overall description of a proposed project consisting of new construction, renovation of existing facilities, or both. The planning study shall include a program description and a program design as detailed in approved department procedures, architectural and engineering drawings at the Schematic Design [ (15%) ] Document level, the relationship of the project to existing facilities or structures, the project's schedule, a detail of the project's total projected design, construction, operation, maintenance costs, and a cost/benefit analysis.
"Procedures" means the Department of Youth and
Family Services Procedures for Receiving State Reimbursement for Local Facility
Construction, Enlargement, Renovation, and Operating Funds, and for the
Development and Operation of New Programs.
"Project" means any proposed or actual new construction, renovation, enlargement, or expansion of a juvenile residential facility that is or will be subject to approval by the department or regulation by the board.
"Renovation" means altering or otherwise
modifying an existing local facility or piece of stationary equipment for the
purpose of modernizing or changing its use or capability. Renovation does not
include routine maintenance. Renovation renders the facility, item or area superior
to the original. "Replacement" means constructing a local facility
in place of a like local facility or purchasing equipment to replace stationary
equipment which cannot be economically renovated or repaired. "Reviewing authority" means the department,
division or agency to which the Governor has delegated authority to act in his
behalf in reviewing local facility construction projects for reimbursement
"Routine maintenance" means the normal and usual type of repair or replacement necessary as the result of periodic maintenance inspections or normal wear and tear of a local facility or equipment.
"Sponsor" means a city, county, commission, or any combination thereof, or any private entity under contract or arrangement with any city, county, commission, or any combination thereof, that is actually or proposing to build, renovate, expand, or operate a local facility.
"Substantive change" means
user generated design
changes affecting any deviation from an approved plan or design that
will affect the operational and functional performance of the facility,
that potentially impacts the facility's compliance with any board regulation,
that would result in a change in capacity, or that would result in the sponsor
seeking additional reimbursement, as detailed in approved department
Legal basis. (Repealed.) A. This chapter has been promulgated by the board to carry
out the provisions of §§ 16.1-313 and 16.1-322.5 through 16.1-322.7 of the Code
of Virginia. This chapter: 1. Serves as a guideline in evaluating requests for
reimbursement of local facility construction costs; 2. Includes criteria to assess need and establish
priorities; 3. Ensures the fair and equitable distribution of state
funds provided for reimbursing local facility construction costs; and 4. Provides criteria for private construction of detention
or other residential facilities. B. The board is authorized to promulgate regulations
pursuant to § 66-10 of the Code of Virginia.
A. Any sponsor planning any construction, renovation, enlargement, or expansion of a local facility shall submit an initial writing to the department that shall include a graphic showing any proposed structural changes and a brief description of all operating capacity or programmatic changes to be accommodated by the structure. The department shall review the initial writing and inform the sponsor in writing whether the project is subject to this regulation as soon as practicable but no later than 30 days from the receipt of the initial writing from the sponsor. If the department fails to respond in the required time frame, the sponsor may proceed with the reimbursement request in accordance with this chapter.
B. Any request shall be determined to be in one of the following categories:
1. For any new construction, change, or modification of an existing local facility or piece of stationary equipment, including security related upgrades, that will affect the facility's compliance with a board regulation, result in a change in certification or licensure status, or result in increased square footage, bed space, or capacity shall be subject to this regulation.
2. For any facility enhancements not provided for in subdivision 1 of this subsection for which the sponsor seeks reimbursement, the sponsor shall submit a project overview and cost estimates to the board for approval and shall be subject to the requirements of 6VAC35-30-180. The department and board may require additional documentation.
3. Minor changes, such as routine maintenance, shall not be subject to this regulation and shall be managed informally in accordance with department procedures.
Reimbursement Request Procedures
6VAC35-30-40. Reimbursement request.
for reimbursement shall be submitted as
follows: 1. Requests for reimbursement shall be approved by the board by June 1
of each year for inclusion in the department's budget request to the Governor
and consideration during the next General Assembly session. Incomplete
submissions, or submissions not received by the department prior to or on April
1 will not be submitted to the board for inclusion in the department's budget
request. For all projects subject to this regulation, the department
shall advise the sponsor of the deadline for submissions necessary to obtain
approval, for inclusion in the department's budget request to the Governor, and
for consideration during the next General Assembly session. 2. B. Needs assessment. The locality sponsor
shall direct a letter to the department requesting the board to recommend to
the Governor reimbursement for construction, enlargement or renovation. The
letter shall be accompanied by the information required by subsection B.,
prior to the applicable deadline, submit a needs assessment that shall
demonstrate the need for the particular service, program, or facility. The
board shall consider the needs assessment at its next regularly scheduled
meeting and shall approve, reject, or return the needs assessment.
1. If the needs assessment is approved by the board, the department shall advise the sponsor of the board's decision and of the deadline for submitting the planning study for the project.
2. If the needs assessment is returned to the sponsor, the board shall provide the sponsor with additional factors to be considered prior to resubmission.
3. The department shall advise the sponsor of the board's decision, in writing, within seven business days of the board's decision.
3. C. Planning study. The department shall
submit the completed request for reimbursement to the board for review and
approval by the second board meeting or within 60 days following submission by
the locality sponsor shall, upon approval of the needs assessment by the
board and prior to the applicable deadline, submit a complete planning study
that shall explain how the proposed project is the most appropriate and cost-effective
response to the specific need identified in the needs assessment.
1. The planning study shall be accompanied by an estimate of the total amount of reimbursement to be requested and a resolution from the governing body of the sponsor or sponsors requesting reimbursement.
2. The board shall consider the planning study at its next regularly scheduled meeting and shall utilize the criteria outlined in 6VAC35-30-60 when reviewing a sponsor's planning study and accompanying materials. Upon approval of a planning study, the board shall recommend the amount of state reimbursement for the project and shall forward the sponsor's submissions and the board's recommendation to the Governor or the Governor's designee for approval.
B. Requests for reimbursement of local facility
construction, enlargement or renovation costs shall be accompanied by: 1. A needs assessment as specified in the procedures; 2. A resolution from the locality or localities requesting
reimbursement; 3. An estimate of the reimbursement amount being requested; 4. A planning study as specified in the procedures; and 5. 3. Requests for regional facilities shall also
include a copy of the agreement between the participating localities including
the allocation of financial and operational responsibilities.
6VAC35-30-45. Effect of legislative moratorium.
A. In such times when the Virginia General Assembly has imposed a moratorium on construction and reimbursement of construction costs, the sponsor shall follow the requirements of this chapter.
B. To obtain any reimbursement thereafter, the sponsor shall:
1. Pursue a legislative exception to the moratorium on construction and reimbursement of construction costs; or
2. Request reimbursement at such time as the Virginia General Assembly authorizes funding for such projects.
Preliminary review. (Repealed.) Localities wishing a review of their needs assessment prior
to formally submitting a reimbursement request may submit only the needs
assessment as specified in 6VAC35-30-40 B. Upon review of the needs assessment,
the board will notify the locality or localities as to whether it appears to
the board that they are ready to proceed with the formal reimbursement request.
6VAC35-30-60. Criteria for board funding recommendation.
A. Demonstrated need. The board
evaluate the need for the project as demonstrated by the information provided
in the Needs Assessment and Planning Study.
B. Operational cost efficiency. The board shall take into
consideration the operational cost efficiency of the interior design of the
facility with special concern for the number of staff required, functional
layout, material selection, and energy efficiency, with special emphasis
on meeting the needs of youth and the mission of the facility.
Design of the
program facility shall meet the standards of the board and ACA.
C. Construction cost. All sponsors shall calculate
construction costs in accordance with the funding formula provided in
6VAC35-30-65. Construction economy shall be reviewed in relation to the
adjusted median cost of local facilities.
The adjusted median cost of local
facilities will be calculated by the department as a per bed cost using the
following procedure: 1. A cost per square foot base figure will be the national
median square-foot cost for jails (location factor applied), published in the
latest edition of "Means Facilities Cost Data" published by R. S.
Means Company, Inc. The "Means Facilities Cost Data" takes into
consideration the "location factor" which is the materials and labor
cost differential specific to a geographical location; 2. The adjusted square-foot costs will be converted to
per-bed costs using per-bed area allowances based on the average gross square
footage of actual and proposed local facilities in Virginia; the area
allowances must be in accordance with all applicable codes and standards
according to the following formula: National cost per square foot (Means) X Location Factor (Means) X Area allowance per bed (maximum 900 sq. ft. per bed) = Adjusted median construction cost of local facility; 3. The total project cost will include: a. Construction (subdivision C 2 above); b. Site and utilities (Means); c. Architectural and engineering (Virginia Capital Outlay
Manual); d. Furnishings and equipment (as itemized); e. Project inspection (Virginia Capital Outlay Manual); f. Contingency (3.0%); g. Property purchased specifically for this facility; and h. Other.
D. Board review of construction costs. The economy of construction cost is necessary and shall be reviewed as follows:
1. Review for efficiency.
a. Projects or portions of projects involving renovation of existing facilities shall be reviewed in relation to the efficiency of the renovated spaces, the appropriateness of the proposed changes, and the relationship of the changes to the project of a whole.
b. Projects of new construction shall be reviewed for the building's appropriate efficiency ratio. The board may request further information from the sponsor on projects with a building's efficiency ratio of less than 65%.
2. The board may adjust the amount being requested for reimbursement funding as follows:
a. A reduction in funding when functional areas of the facility, such as the kitchen, recreation area, educational facilities, visiting area, and laundry facilities are not included or are included at a size not in conformance with applicable regulations or normal practice;
b. An increase in funding when support services areas are proposed at sizes larger than necessary in anticipation of future enlargements or expansions of the facility;
c. A decrease in funding when the building's efficiency ratio is less than 65%; and
d. An increase in funding when the facility includes areas for extraordinary program activities.
3. Any adjustments made by the board in funding shall be based upon the gross square footage of the various conditions multiplied by a cost equal to the adjusted median cost or the proposed gross square foot cost of the facility, whichever is less.
D. E. Phased reimbursement of projects. When
localities wish A sponsor may request, when submitting the planning
study for review, to meet the requirements outlined in the needs
assessment receive portions of the total project reimbursement based
upon the completion of the project in phases ,. In response to
such requests, the board may approve reimbursement based on the total
estimated cost of the project as if it were to be completed as a single
endeavor; however, reimbursement will be in amounts proportional to the phases
of construction and payment will be made only as each approved phase is
completed and that portion of the building is ready to be placed in service.
6VAC35-30-65. Funding formula.
A. The following funding formula shall be used to calculate estimated construction costs at the Schematic Design [ (15%) ] Documents level in the planning study phase:
1. A cost per square foot base figure shall be the national median square-foot cost for jails published in the 24th annual edition of R. S. Means Facilities Construction Cost Data 2009 (Means) with consideration taken of the "location factor," which is the materials and labor cost differential specific to the project's geographical location.
2. The cost per square foot, adjusted using the location factor, must be in accordance with all applicable codes and standards and in accordance with the following formula:
National cost per square foot (from Means)
X Location Factor (from Means)
X Area allowance per bed (as provided for in subsection B of this section)
= Adjusted median construction cost of local facility.
3. The total project cost shall include:
a. Construction cost;
b. Site and utilities (from Means);
c. Architectural and Engineering services (services as defined in the Construction and Professional Services Manual (CPSM));
d. Furnishing and equipment (as itemized by the sponsor);
e. Project inspection (services as defined in the CPSM);
f. Contingency (10.0%);
g. Inflation factor (yearly market inflation rate applied from January 1 of the year of the submitted design through the midpoint of construction, compounded [ ) ] ;
h. Property purchased specifically for this facility; and
B. The following area allowances per bed shall be used to calculate the adjusted median construction cost of a local facility:
1. A maximum of 700 square feet per bed for facilities up to 35 residents;
2. A maximum of 650 square feet per bed for facilities of 36 to 79 residents; and
3. A maximum of 550 square feet per bed for facilities with 80 or more residents.
6VAC35-30-70. Funding priorities.
A. The following criteria, as determined by the needs
assessment shall serve as a guide for determining the level of priority given
to requests for reimbursement: 1. New construction or renovation is needed because the
existing facility is closed by the court, Board of Youth and Family Services or
local governing authority due to its failure to meet state or local operating
standards; 2. An unsafe physical plant which fails to meet life,
health, safety standards, or a court-ordered renovation, expansion, or new
construction; 3. Replacement or renovation of bedspace lost due to fire,
earthquake or other disaster; 4. An existing local facility is experiencing overcrowding
which is expected to continue based on population forecasts; 5. A locality with no existing local facility; 6. An addition to or renovation of support facilities; 7. Phased projects; and 8. Cost overruns. B. Regional projects. The board will shall
prioritize reimbursement requests in a manner to ensure an equitable
distribution of state funds across the Commonwealth; and, absent a health,
safety, or welfare risk requiring priority, the board shall ordinarily give
preference to requests for reimbursement for regionalized local facilities.
Regionalized local facilities shall normally serve three or more localities as
determined by the needs assessment.
6VAC35-30-80. Board recommendations to the Governor.
A. The department
will direct a letter to the locality
notifying the governing body shall notify the sponsor in writing within
seven business days of the board's decision to recommend or not to
recommend a project for reimbursement , and. If the recommendation is
not to recommend reimbursement, the department shall briefly explain the
rationale for the decision.
B. The board shall submit to the Governor, or his designee (i) its recommendations with respect to reimbursement requests and the rationale therefor; and (ii) such information as the Governor may require with respect to a request for approval of reimbursements.
C. Final appropriations are subject to the Governor's approval and legislative enactment.
Sections 16.1-313 and 16.1-322.7 of the Code of Virginia
establish the rate of reimbursement to localities for construction, enlargement
6VAC35-30-90. Preliminary design.
locality sponsor shall submit preliminary
design [ (35%) ] documents to the department as specified
in the defined in the CPSM and required by approved department
procedures and the Virginia Capital Outlay manual. The locality may also be
required to submit preliminary design documents to other regulatory agencies.
B. Preliminary design [ (35%) ] documents
approved reviewed by the department for compliance
with applicable statutes, regulations, and any guidance documents that are
1. If the department requires changes to the preliminary design
[ (35%) ] documents, all such required changes
be communicated in writing to the locality sponsor.
locality's representative, or its A/E, sponsor
shall respond in writing to the department to all comments received from the
department in the preliminary design review. Necessary revisions to the
project documents may be incorporated in the submission of the construction
documents (referred to as the "working drawings" in the CPSM);
however, all issues in question between the locality's representative, or
A/E, and the department detailed in these writings shall be resolved
before the project is advanced to the construction document phase is
begun (referred to as the "working drawings phase" in the
C. When all review comments have been addressed and resolved, the department shall notify the sponsor that the project has progressed to the construction documents phase.
6VAC35-30-100. Construction documents.
Localities The sponsor shall submit
construction documents to the department as specified in the defined
in the CPSM and required by approved department procedures and the
Virginia Capital Outlay manual. The locality may also be required to submit
construction documents to other regulatory agencies. The fire official
of the authority having jurisdiction over the proposed facility shall conduct a
plans review and approve the construction. The construction documents
shall include 100% complete working drawings, 100% complete specifications, and
all required review approvals from local building, health, and fire officials.
department will review construction documents shall
be reviewed by the department for compliance with board standards, Code
requirements, applicable statutes, regulations, and any guidance
documents incorporated herein, and for incorporation of all changes
required by the department at the preliminary document review stage. This
review in no way releases the A/E sponsor from his other
applicable responsibilities and requirements.
1. If the department requires changes to the construction
documents, all such required changes
will shall be communicated
in writing to the locality sponsor.
locality's representative, or its A/E, sponsor
shall respond in writing to the department to all comments received from the
department in the construction document review. All issues in question
between the architect, the locality and the department detailed in these
writings shall be resolved before the project is bid advanced to
the bidding phase.
Upon satisfactory resolution of When all
review comments have been addressed and resolved, the department shall
approve the construction documents and advise the locality sponsor
in writing within 10 working days, as required in approved department
procedures, that the project may progress to the bidding phase (referred to as
the "bid documents phase" in the CPSM).
Changes during project development Change
If, during the project development stage, any substantive
change in the scope of the project, any increase in the estimated cost of
construction, or any change in the operational staff requirements occurs, the
review process [
will shall ] be suspended until the project
is resubmitted to the board for further review and possible change in the
status of reimbursement recommendation.
After bids for construction have been received and opened
and the locality sponsor has determined to proceed with the
project, the locality sponsor shall require its A/E to
submit to the department a bid tabulation, analysis, and recommendation
as to the award of the contract. Any comments by the department shall be
forwarded to the locality sponsor within 10 working days five
business days of receipt; and the sponsor shall respond to the comments
in writing within 10 business days of receipt of the department's comments. The
department's failure to respond in the required time frame shall serve as
acceptance of the sponsor's recommendation as to the award of the contract.
A. During the construction of all projects, the
sponsor shall require its architect to submit monthly inspection
or progress reports to the department. The sponsor shall submit the reports
to the department no later than the 15th day of the month following the
inspection or when the progress report became due. The department must
respond shall notify the sponsor in writing within 10 working
business days after receipt if there are of any issues
or problems with the project or the reports. Failure to do so
serves The department's failure to respond in the required time frame
shall serve as acceptance of the inspection and progress report. Any
failure to timely submit the monthly inspection or progress reports may
constitute grounds to deny the requested reimbursement, in whole or in part.
B. Any substantive
changes, single change orders of $10,000
or more, and accumulative change orders exceeding the project contingency change
during the construction phase shall be submitted in writing to the department
for review and approval before any such change is executed. Only those
changes that are approved through this the approved department
procedure shall be eligible for reimbursement. Any failure to seek and
obtain approval of a substantive change may constitute grounds to deny the
requested reimbursement, in whole or in part. C. A representative of the department may visit the project
site during the construction period to observe the work in progress. Any
observed deviations from approved documents having the effect of voiding or
reducing compliance with board standards or Code requirements shall be reported
in writing to the locality within 10 working days and shall be corrected.
6VAC35-30-140. Final inspection.
A. Upon construction completion, the
representative, or the A/E, sponsor shall establish a schedule for
final inspection of the project as follows. This schedule shall
include: 1. The locality shall notify (i) notification to the
department and all regulatory agencies which that reviewed
preliminary design or construction documents of the schedule for final
inspection. The fire official of the authority having jurisdiction shall
conduct a plan review and approve the construction; 2. The locality
shall (ii) a request to the personnel or agencies involved in
the final inspection to submit comments or recommendations in writing to the locality
sponsor and forward copies to the department .;
3. The locality shall require its architect to take necessary corrective action
on (iii) documentation of the correction of all deficiencies noted
in the comments; and submit (iv) the submission of a
report of completed actions to the appropriate reviewing agencies and forward
a copy of the report to the department.
B. Upon completion of the final inspection and corrective
actions as required, the
locality sponsor shall provide to the
department copies of all required regulatory agency letters verifying
approval of the completed project . The A/E and shall certify to
the department the completion of the project.
6VAC35-30-150. Record documents.
locality sponsor shall require its architect
to modify original drawings and specifications to reflect the condition of the
project as actually constructed, and such documents shall be marked
"Record." The record documents shall be prepared as defined in the
CPSM and in accordance with approved department procedures.
Private Construction of Juvenile Facilities
Legal basis Private construction of
Section 16.1-322.5 of the Code of Virginia
allows the Board of Youth and Family Services board to
authorize a county or city or any combination of counties, cities, or
towns established pursuant to § 16.1-315 of the Code of Virginia to contract
with a private entity for the financing, site selection, acquisition, or
design and construction of a local or regional detention home or other
secure facility. Localities authorized to contract for private construction of
a juvenile detention facility shall receive state reimbursement authorized by §
16.1-313, 16.1-309.5 of the Code of Virginia, in accordance with
Parts I through VI of this chapter.
Contract Requirements for contract
Prior to receiving the
Board of Youth and Family Services
board's authorization to enter into a contract for private construction,
localities sponsors shall certify and submit documentation
demonstrating that all requirements mandated by § 16.1-322.5 of the Code of
Virginia have been met by both the locality sponsor and the
6VAC35-30-180. Request for final reimbursement for all projects.
A. Upon completion of the project, the
shall submit the documentation specified by the approved department
procedures to the department.
B. If the final amount of reimbursement requested is
more not greater than the reimbursement amount initially
recommended, including the contingency, the department will shall
authorize reimbursement within 90 days of receiving a complete reimbursement request.
The reimbursement request shall be in the form specified by the department.
C. If the final amount of reimbursement requested is
greater than the reimbursement amount initially recommended, the sponsor
shall justify the cost increase shall be justified by the locality
and resubmitted submit the adjusted reimbursement request to the
board and the Governor, or his designee, for approval.
Failure to comply with these regulations will delay the review
process and recommendation for disbursement of funds,
and may result in
the denial of reimbursement, and may result in the failure to obtain board
certification or department approval to house [ juveniles residents ]
in the facility as provided for in [ 6VAC35-20-69 the
Regulation Governing the Monitoring, Approval, and Certification of Juvenile
Justice Programs (6VAC35-20) ].
DOCUMENTS INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE (6VAC35-30)
Procedures for Receiving State Reimbursement for Local
Facility Construction, Enlargement, Renovation, and Operating Funds, and for
the Development and Operation of New Programs.
R.S. Means Facilities Construction Cost Data 2009, 24th Annual Edition, R.S. Means-Reed Construction Data (http://rsmeans.reedconstructiondata.com).