08/29/2002

Buildings Census: Institutional Ownership

 

Facilities/physical plant departments responsible for the real estate of healthcare and/or educational organizations


HCA (72)
Nashville, TN
(615) 344-9551
www.hcahealthcare.com

300 Office Buildings*: 12 million square feet. 200 Healthcare Buildings*: 60 million square feet. Dollar volume of spending in 2002 devoted toward facilities*: $1.2 billion in Capital expenditures. Projects under way and completed in 2002*: 5 hospitals in New Construction; 80 projects under Modernization. Integrating various services to deliver patient care with maximum quality and efficiency, HCA has streamlined operations; shared technology, equipment, and personnel, as appropriate; and employed economies of scale for contracting medical supplies and administrative services. HCA ranked No. 113 on the Fortune 500, with sales revenues of more than $17.9 billion.


Fairfax County (VA) Public Schools (24)
Fairfax, VA
(703) 246-2991
www.fcps.edu

14 Office Buildings*: 614,027 square feet. 234 Educational Buildings*: 23.42 million square feet. Number of Professionals involved full-time in facilities*: 419. Facilities-related expenditures in 2002*: Capital, $130 million; Operational, $26.3 million. In 2002, five New Construction projects total 518,000 square feet*; 17 Modernization projects total 1.9 million square feet. Fairfax County Public Schools serve a projected 2002-2003 enrollment of 165,956 students. Strategic Targets program highlights educational needs, both through instruction and ?other? areas.


Duval County (FL) Public Schools (15)
Jacksonville, FL
(904) 390-2000
www.edcentral.org

150 Educational Campuses*: 15 million square feet. Number of Professionals involved full-time in facilities*: 9. Dollar volume of spending in 2002 devoted to facilities*: Capital, $78 million; Operational, $2 million. Projects under way/completed in 2002*: New Construction, 800,000 square feet; Modernization, 600,000 square feet. District is committed to providing safe environments for the 126,000 students attending its 103 elementary schools, 24 middle schools, 17 high schools, two academies of technology, three exceptional student centers, five special schools, and six charter schools it operates throughout this Northeast Florida county.


Humana Inc. (11.84-plus/minus)
Louisville, KY
(502) 580-1000
www.humana.com

Ranked No. 187 on the Fortune 500, with revenues exceeding $10 billion, Humana is one of the nation?s largest publicly traded health benefits companies, offering coordinated health insurance coverage and related services through a variety of traditional and Internet-based plans for employer groups and government-sponsored programs. At year-end 2001, Humana reported it had approximately 14,500 employees. Humana owns 25 and leases 85 medical centers, ranging from approximately 1,500 to 80,000 square feet (Buildings? average estimates total at around 4.483 million square feet). The company also owns 10 and leases 154 administrative offices, with square footage ranging from 700 to 89,000 (Buildings? average estimates total at around 7.36 million square feet).


Jefferson County (CO) Public Schools (11.32)
Golden, CO
(303) 982-6500
www.col.k12.co.us

Four Office Buildings*: 200,000 square feet. 145 Educational Buildings*: 10.4 million square feet. 30 Multi-family Housing Buildings*: 20,000 square feet. 500 Other Commercial Buildings*: 500,000 square feet. Eight Industrial Buildings*: 200,000 square feet. Dollar volume of spending in 2002 devoted to facilities*: Capital, $60 million; Operational, $40 million. Projects under way/completed in 2002*: New Construction, 56,000 square feet; Modernization, 150,000 square feet. Facilities management plans, budgets, implements, and manages the District?s Building Maintenance, Relocatable Classrooms, Custodial Services, Landscape Services, Environmental Services, Energy Management/Utilities, Work Management Processes, and Maintenance-Landscape Warehouse/Inventory functions.


Fulton County (GA) Schools (11.1)
College Park, FL
(404) 763-6890
www.fulton.k12.ga.us

 

90 Educational Buildings*: 11.103 million square feet. Number of Professionals involved full-time in facilities*: 32. Dollar volume of spending in 2002 devoted to facilities*: Capital, $98.95 million; Operational, $26.06 million. Projects under way/completed in 2002*: New Construction, 717,500 square feet; Modernization, 920,000 square feet. With an enrollment expected to top 71,000 students, the Fulton County School System is the fourth largest school district in Georgia, with 49 elementary schools, 15 middle schools, 13 high schools, and three charter schools. Two elementary schools operate year-round.


University of Kansas (10.9)
Lawrence, KS
(785) 864-2700
www.ku.edu

258 Educational Buildings*: 10.9 million square feet. Number of Professionals involved full-time in facilities*: 45. Dollar volume of spending in 2002 devoted toward facilities*: Capital, $65 million; Operational, $41 million. Projects under way/completed in 2002*: New Construction, 350,000 square feet; Modernization, 150,000 square feet. KU is the only Kansas Regents institution to hold membership in the prestigious Association of American Universities, a select group of 62 public and private research universities that represent excellence in graduate and professional education and the highest achievements in research internationally.


St. Louis (MO) Public Schools (10-plus)
St. Louis, MO
(314) 231-3720
www.slps.org

 

Plus or minus 110 Educational Buildings*: 10 million-plus. Number of Professionals involved full-time in facilities*: 110. Dollar volume of spending in 2002 devoted toward facilities*: Capital, varies ? $10 million to $15 million; Operational, $7 million. Projects under way/completed in 2002*: Modernization, 400,000 square feet. 2001-2002 enrollment in Preschool through Grade 12: 41,786. In the 163 years of its existence, the St. Louis Public School district has provided free educational services for children residing in the city of St. Louis.


University of Wisconsin-Madison (10)
Madison, WI
(608) 262-9946
www.wisc.edu

 

250 Educational Buildings*: 10 million square feet. Number of Professionals involved full-time in facilities*: 800. Projects under way/completed in 2002*: New Construction, 250,000 square feet; Modernization, 80,000 square feet. Founded in 1848, the university is a public, land-grant institution that provides on a single campus a complete spectrum of liberal arts studies, professional programs, and student activities. UW-Madison?s academic reputation has been rated among the top 10 in many areas of study since 1910.


University of Massachusetts-Amherst (9.5)
Amherst, MA
(413) 545-0111
www.umass.edu

 

250 Educational Buildings*: 9.5 million square feet. Number of Professionals involved full-time in facilities*: 15. Dollar volume of spending in 2002 devoted toward facilities*: Capital, $12 million; Operational, $43 million. Projects under way/completed in 2002*: New Construction, 100,000 square feet; Modernization, 25,000 square feet. A public university assisted by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, UMass Amherst is the flagship campus of the Commonwealth?s university system, with 18,000 undergraduates and 5,000 graduate students. A distinctive feature of UMass Amherst is the opportunity for undergraduates to become directly involved in research, and get hands-on experience in numerous areas through internships or field experience.


Cypress-Fairbanks ISD (9.4)
Houston, TX
(281) 897-4000
www.cfisd.net

 

69 Educational Buildings*: 9.4 million square feet. Number of Professionals involved full-time in facilities*: 10. Dollar volume of spending in 2002 devoted toward facilities*: Capital, $50 million-plus. New Construction projects under way/completed in 2002*: 554,000 square feet. The school?s website indicates the total number of district students is 58,044 and total number of schools is 52. The Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District recently received notification that the district has achieved ?Recognized? status for the fourth consecutive year based upon the state?s accountability system.


School District of Greenville (SC) (7.94)
Greenville, SC
(864) 241-3100
www.greenville.k12.sc.us

 

100 Educational Buildings*: 7.94 million square feet. Number of Professionals involved full-time in facilities*: 11. Dollar volume of spending in 2002 devoted toward facilities*: Capital, $22.16 million. Projects under way/completed in 2002*: New Construction, 456,423 square feet; Modernization, 359,000 square feet. Based upon the district?s Facilities Plan, new and renovated school facilities will allow a total permanent capacity of 71,096. The School Board approved a ranking or weighting system to prioritize school projects.


Prince William County (VA) Schools (7.48)
Manassas, VA
(703) 791-7200
www.pwcs.edu

 

75 Educational Buildings*: 6.88 million square feet. 60 Government Buildings*: 600,000 square feet. Number of Professionals involved full-time in facilities*: 170. Dollar volume of spending in 2002 devoted toward facilities*: Capital, $60 million; Operational, $11 million. Projects under way/completed in 2002*: New Construction, 451,847 square feet; Modernization, 1.14 million square feet. All schools are accredited by the State Board of Education. Middle and high schools are accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Of particular pride, approximately $17.2 million in scholarships was awarded to the PWCS Class of 2001.


Kansas City (MO) School District (7.08)
Kansas City, MO
(816) 418-7000
www.kcmsd.k12mo.us

 

76 Educational Buildings*: 6.8 million square feet. Two Office Buildings*: 280,000 square feet. Number of Professionals involved full-time in facilities*: 450. Dollar volume of spending in 2002 devoted toward facilities*: Capital, $10 million; Operational, $25 million. Modernization projects under way/completed in 2002*: 500,000 square feet. The vision statement of Kansas City Missouri School District:  The premier school district, recognized as the most valuable asset of the community, delivering quality education and thriving on diversity. Organized in 1867 to meet the needs of 2,150 children, today, the district educates more than 28,000 children.


Miami University (6.64)
Oxford, OH
(513) 529-1809
www.pfd.muohio.edu
(Physical Facilities Department)

 

208 Educational Buildings*: 6.64 million square feet. Number of Professionals involved full-time in facilities*: 52. Dollar volume of spending in 2002 devoted toward facilities*: Capital, $43.75 million; Operational, $22.16 million. Projects under way/completed in 2002*: New Construction, 43,630 square feet; Modernization, 363,389 square feet. In addition to its building area, the department maintains 2,000 acres of grounds, operates and maintains the university?s major utility systems, and supports Planning and Construction, Energy Management and Engineering, Recycling, and Administration.


Florida Hospital (6.5)
Orlando, FL
(407) 303-5600
www.flhosp.org

Total in Office Buildings, Retail Buildings, Healthcare Buildings, Multi-family Housing Buildings, and Other Commercial Buildings*: 6.5 million square feet. Number of Professionals involved full-time in facilities*: 328. Dollar volume of spending in 2002 devoted toward facilities*: Capital, $34 million. Projects under way/completed in 2002*: New Construction, 285,000 square feet; Modernization, 200,000 square feet. Florida Hospital is an acute-care health care system with 2,801 beds throughout Florida. With a comprehensive network of 17 hospitals and 12 Centra Care walk-in urgent care centers, Florida Hospital treats more than 1 million patient visits each year.


Massachusetts General Hospital (5.2)
Boston, MA
(617) 726-2000
www.mgh.harvard.edu

 

28 Healthcare Buildings*: 5.2 million square feet. Number of Professionals involved full-time in facilities*: 19. Dollar volume of spending in 2002 devoted toward facilities*: Capital, $9 million; Operational, $15 million. Modernization projects under way/completed in 2002*: 100,000 square feet. Massachusetts General Hospital, founded in 1811, is the oldest and largest teaching hospital affiliated with Harvard Medical School. Each year, more than 42,000 patients are admitted to the 870-bed facility, and its outpatient program and Emergency Department record more than 1.4 million visits annually.


Alamo Community College District (2.39)
San Antonio, TX
(210) 208-8000
www.alamo.edu

74 Educational Buildings*: 2.39 million square feet. Number of Professionals involved full-time in facilities*: 15. Dollar volume of spending in 2002 devoted toward facilities*: Capital, $3.87 million; Operational, $7.8 million. Projects under way/completed in 2002*: New Construction, 10,752 square feet; Modernization, 73,968 square feet. Alamo Community College District serves the Bexar County community through four colleges ? San Antonio, St. Philip?s, Palo Alto, and Northwest Vista. It serves almost 40,000 students in credit courses through the four colleges, with an additional 18,000 students enrolled in continuing education programs.

* Indicates statistics received from company, based on Buildings? Who?s Who questionnaire. In cases where information was not supplied in response to Buildings? Who?s Who questionnaire, information was derived from public information: 10K reports; websites, both by specific company and industry related; and other published materials.

 

 
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