March 26, 2017

Year in Architecture 2012: Six-Year Cost Summary

Six-Year Cost Summary

Symbol Code: ARR—Additions, Renovations, and Remodels
 Fiscal 2007Fiscal 2008Fiscal 2009Fiscal 2010Fiscal 2011Fiscal 2012
NEW & ARR PROJECT COST$1,132,225,651$1,071,639,461$1,138,235,728$904,077,127$1,098,455,772$602,818,826
Number of new buildings829580706234
Number of ARRs868890558973
Sq. ft. new buildings2,245,9292,235,8531,772,4341,608,3241,555,598898,865
Sq. ft. ARRs2,300,6191,782,2041,942,8101,271,7091,672,6641,375,307
NEW BUILDINGS
Construction cost$491,240,609$539,109,943$486,722,590$453,517,944$454,425,651$263,313,088
Equipment cost$60,666,368$73,468,236$54,212,351$49,087,060$47,836,977$30,533,085
Site cost$37,089,067$36,331,029$37,658,061$28,981,431$35,104,201$14,215,747
Other cost$105,271,399$86,508,406$75,202,090$110,238,949$113,525,121$53,113,752
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Total—Project cost$705,543,661$736,767,614$656,020,880$669,591,384$650,871,920$361,175,672
ARRs—Project cost$426,681,990$334,871,847$482,214,848$234,485,743$447,583,852$241,643,154
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Funding Sources

Symbol Code: ARR—Additions, Renovations, and Remodels
 Fiscal 2007Fiscal 2008Fiscal 2009Fiscal 2010Fiscal 2011Fiscal 2012
TOTAL FUNDS USED$1,136,701,866 $1,072,785,748 $1,140,892,697 $985,002,857 $1,104,180,175 $603,961,651
Federal, new buildings$9,701,152 $6,797,857 $17,049,910 $8,038,118 $5,854,589 $38,465,599
Federal, ARRs$2,971,210 $7,733,967 $7,873,278 $10,657,831 $9,270,750 $18,882,075
Federal, total$12,672,362 $14,531,824 $24,923,188 $18,695,949 $15,125,339 $57,347,674
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State, new buildings$65,941,808 $47,484,015 $63,038,118 $67,097,479 $43,548,440 $19,558,708
State, ARRs$23,951,016 $25,725,016 $40,827,176 $27,486,827 $33,147,756 $9,286,208
State, total$89,892,824 $73,209,031 $103,865,294 $94,584,306 $76,696,196 $28,844,916
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Local, new buildings$560,754,782 $620,037,382 $518,738,443 $558,427,058 $567,608,480 $284,164,989
Local, ARRs$369,691,281 $258,453,050 $392,376,170 $251,796,891 $348,642,090 $184,662,609
Local, total$930,446,063 $878,490,432 $911,114,613 $810,223,949 $916,250,570 $468,827,598
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Gift, new buildings$71,784,153 $62,835,806 $58,532,660 $45,898,678 $37,374,332 $19,573,952
Gift, ARRs$31,906,464 $43,718,655 $42,456,942 $15,599,975 $58,733,738 $29,367,511
Gift, total$103,690,617 $106,554,461 $100,989,602 $61,498,653 $96,108,070 $48,941,463
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