Plant Assets Inventory

Location: 371 Service Building 0005 Phone: (859) 257-8638 Fax: (859) 257-6236

Plant Assets Inventory maintains and operates the Equipment Inventory and Facilities Inventory systems and maintains records for Central Administation, ensuring compliance with University, state, and federal regulations in a manner that supports the strategic direction of the Office of the Treasurer.

General inquires related to equipment or facilities may be directed to PlantAssets@email.uky.edu.

Assets or Expense? (PDF)

Bill Coleman Accounting Manager II 257-8638
HaoXin Zhang Principal Accountant 257-3355
Rebecca Banta Senior Accountant 257-6290
Steve Strunk Accounting Coordinator 257-5046
Derek Hitt Vehicle/Equipment Clerk 257-8638

Equipment Inventory Forms

The following forms may be used to initiate changes in the status of items currently in the Capital Equipment Inventory System and check out scanners from Planet Asset Inventory. Please key the applicable information directly onto the on-line form, print the form, and mail to Plant Assets Inventory, 371 Peterson Service Bldg., University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 40506-0005, or fax to (859) 257-6236.

If you have any questions, please call Plant Assets Inventory at (859) 257-8638.

Vehicle Inventory Instructions (PDF)

Vehicle Inventory Forms

The following forms may be used to initiate changes in the status of items currently in the Capital Vehcile Inventory System. Please key the applicable information directly onto the on-line form, print the form, and mail to Plant Assets Inventory, 371 Peterson Service Bldg, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 40506-0005, or fax to (859) 257-6236.

If you have any questions, please call Plant Assets Inventory at (859) 257-8638.

0001 Taylor Education Bldg
0002 Scott Street Bldg
0003 Research Facility #1
0004 Central Heating Plant #2
0005 Frank D. Peterson Service Bldg
0006 Holmes Hall
0007 Jewell Hall
0008 Boyd Hall
0009 Patterson Hall
000A Equip Floater Main Campus
000C Transitory Farm Equipment
0010 Hamilton House
0011 Keeneland Hall
0012 Blazer Hall
0013 KGS Core Library
0014 Boone Faculty Center
0015 William B. Sturgill Development Bldg
0016 Gatehouse KY Clinic
0017 Dickey Hall
0019 Memorial Coliseum
0020 Engineering Transportation Research Garage
0021 Old Engineers Residence
0022 Fine Arts Guignol Bldg
0023 Safety & Security
0024 Lafferty Hall
0025 White Hall Classroom Bldg
0026 Student Center Addition
0027 Patterson Office Tower
0028 Barker Hall
0029 Alumni Gym
0030 Student Center
0031 Frazee Hall
0032 Main Bldg
0033 Ezra Gillis Bldg
0034 Carol Martin Gatton Business & Economics Bldg
0035 Miller Hall
0036 Gatehouse Gate 2
0037 109 State Street
0038 Engineering Annex
0039 Margaret I. King Library
0040 Maxwell Place
0041 Pence Hall
0042 Grehan Journalism Bldg
0043 S. J. Sam Whalen Bldg
0044 Kastle Hall
0045 McVey Hall
0046 Anderson Hall Tower
0047 C. W. Mathews Bldg
0048 Law Building
0049 Memorial Hall
0050 Erikson Hall
0051 Mineral Industries Bldg
0052 Terrell Civil Engineering Bldg
0053 Slone Research Bldg
0054 Funkhouser Bldg
0055 Chemistry-Physics Building
0056 Breckinridge Hall
0057 Kinkead Hall
0058 Bradley Hall
0059 Bowman Hall
0061 Tobacco Research Laboratory
0063 Shed by Ecological Research
0064 Scovell Hall
0065 Small Animal Lab
0066 Agronomy Head House and Greenhouses 1 & 2
0067 Chi Omega Sorority
0068 Delta Delta Delta Sorority
0069 Alpha Delta Pi Sorority
0070 Wenner-Gren Research Lab
0071 Food Storage Building
0072 Donovan Hall
0073 Thomas Poe Cooper Bldg
0075 Kelley Building
0076 Dimock Animal Pathology
0077 653 Maxwelton Ct.
0078 Med Center Annex #5
0081 Cooker Trailer Storage, 680 Rose St.
0082 Multi-Disciplinary Science Bldg(MDS)
0083 453 Columbia
0084 Gatehouse Roach Bldg.
0085 Medical Center Heating and Cooling Plant
0086 Medical Behavioral Science Building
0087 Medical Center Storage Facility
0088 Agriculture Motor Pool
0089 Cooling Plant #1
0090 University Lofts
0091 Agriculture Science Center North
0092 Seed House
0093 Ben F. Roach Cancer Care Facility
0094 Cooper House
0095 Champions Court I (formerly Blazer Lot Residence Hall #03)
0096 Dorothy Enslow Combs Cancer Research Building
0097 E. S. Good Barn
0098 Marylou Whitney & John Hendrickson Cancer Facility for Women
0099 Gluck Equine Research Bldg.
0100 Haggin Hall (formerly Haggin 2 Residence Hall #07)
0101 Reynolds Warehouse #1
0102 Reynolds Warehouse #2
0103 Reynolds Warehouse #3
0104 Woodland Glen I (formerly Cooperstown D Residence Hall #05)
0105 Commonwealth Village #2
0106 Commonwealth Village #1
0107 Mining & Minerals Resources Bldg.
0108 Center for Robotics and Manufacturing Systems
0109 New Soccer Stadium
0110 Maintenance Bldg (Athletics)
0111 Haggin Hall
0113 Shively Sports Center
0115 Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity
0117 Soccer Filming Tower
0118 Fraternity House Storage
0119 Helen King Alumni Building
0120 Woodland Glen II (formerly Cooperstown E Residence Hall #06)
0121 Sigma Nu Fraternity
0122 Delta Gamma Sorority
0123 Champions Court II (formerly Wildcat Lodge Residence Hall #04)
0124 Delta Zeta Sorority
0125 Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority
0126 Phi Delta Theta Fraternity
0127 Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority
0128 Kappa Delta Sorority
0129 Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity
0137 Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity (formerly Lambda Chi Alpha)
0138 Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity
0141 New Farmhouse Fraternity
0143 Blanding II
0144 Blanding III
0145 Blanding Tower
0146 Blanding IV
0147 Complex Commons
0148 Kirwan IV
0149 Kirwan Tower
0150 Kirwan III
0151 Kirwan II
0152 Kirwan I
0153 Blanding I
0154 Head House
0155 Greenhouse No 2
0156 Greenhouse No 4
0157 Greenhouse No 7
0158 Greenhouse No 5
0159 Greenhouse No 3
0160 Greenhouse No 1
0161 Greenhouse No 9
0162 Greenhouse No 11
0163 Greenhouse No 6
0164 Greenhouse No 12
0165 106 Conn Terrace
0166 Gatehouse Administration Dr.
0167 Gatehouse Rose & Chem/Physics
0170 Gatehouse Student Center
0173 Gatehouse Med Plaza
0174 Academic Science Building
0175 Gatehouse Med Plaza
0176 Gatehouse KY Clinic
0177 Residence Motor Pool
0178 Gatehouse Young Library
0180 113 State Street
0181 Woodland Glen III
0182 Isolation Barn Incinerator
0183 Isolation Barn
0184 Agricultural Machine Research Lab
0185 Garage by Motor Pool Residence
0186 Woodland Glen IV
0187 Bus Shelter #5
0188 Woodland Glen V
0189 Shawneetown Bldg A
0190 Shawneetown Bldg B
0191 Shawneetown Bldg D
0192 Shawneetown Bldg F
0193 Shawneetown Bldg E
0194 Shawneetown Bldg C
0197 Parking Garage No 1
0198 Parking Garage No 2
0199 Parking Garage No 3
0200 Wethington Allied Health Building
0202 Parking Garage No 5
0203 1037 South Limestone St.
0204 Cooling Plant #2
0207 Arts Metal Bldg
0209 Centrifuge Building
0210 Reynolds Warehouse No 4
0211 Maxwell Place Garage
0212 Lancaster Aquatics
0213 Boone Tennis Center
0214 Flammable Storage Bldg
0215 W.P. Garrigus Bldg
0216 Multi-Disciplinary Research Lab No 3
0217 Electric Substation #2
0219 Seaton Center
0220 Bernard Johnson Student Rec Ctr
0222 Commonwealth Stadium
0223 Warren Wright Medical Plaza
0224 Lucille Caudill Little Fine Arts Library
0225 T H Morgan Biological Sciences
0227 Recreation Equipment Storage Bldg
0229 Agricultural Distribution Center
0230 Sanders-Brown Center on Aging
0231 Farm Maintenance Storage Shed
0232 Colledge of Nursing Building
0236 Kentucky Tobacco Research & Development Center
0237 Wenner-Gren Research Addition
0240 468 Rose Lane
0241 Singletary Center for the Arts
0243 Greg Page Apartments 1
0244 Greg Page Apartments 2
0245 Greg Page Apartments 3
0246 Greg Page Apartments 4
0247 Greg Page Apartments 5
0248 Greg Page Apartments 6
0249 Greg Page Apartments 7
0250 Greg Page Apartments 8
0252 Greg Page Apartments 10
0253 Greg Page Apartments 11
0254 Greg Page Apartments 12
0255 Greg Page Apartments 13
0256 Greg Page Apartments 14
0257 Greg Page Apartments 15
0258 Greg Page Apartments 16
0259 Greg Page Apartments 17
0260 Greg Page Apartments 18
0261 Greg Page Apartments 19
0262 Greg Page Apartments 20
0263 Greg Page Apartments 21
0264 Greg Page Apartments 22
0265 Greg Page Apartments 23
0266 Greg Page Apartments 24
0267 Greg Page Apartments 25
0268 Greg Page Food Storage Laundry
0269 Communications Building
0272 Information Building
0275 Bruce Poundstone Regulatory Services Bldg
0276 Charles E. Barnhart Building
0277 Nutter Football Training Facility
0278 PPD Storage Bldg
0279 BIRP Building
0280 The Football Training Facility
0281 Oliver H. Raymond Civil Engineering
0282 Gas Storage Building
0283 Hagan Baseball Stadium
0284 Kentucky Clinic
0285 Nutter Field House
0286 ASTeCC
0287 Electic HVAC Bldg
0288 PPD Greenhouse
0289 Hazardous Waste Storage
0293 UK Hospital
0294 Gill Heart Institute
0297 Dental Science Bldg
0298 William R. Willard Medical Education Bldg
0300 Arboretum Tool Shed
0301 154 Bonnie Brae
0302 Dorotha Smith Oatts Visitor Center
0303 Arboretum Restrooms, 500 Alumni Dr.
0305 Peter P. Bosomworth Health Sciences Research Building
0308 Hospital Smoking Shelter
0312 Plant Sciences
0313 455 Woodland Ave.
0314 252 East Maxwell St
0315 206 East Maxwell St
0324 315 Scott St.
0325 317 Scott St.
0327 321 Scott St.
0333 641 South Limestone St
0336 Thomas D Clark Bldg
0337 663 South Limestone Garage
0343 Bingham Davis House
0344 Raymond F. Betts House
0345 Max Kade German House and Cultural Center
0346 654 Maxwelton Ct
0347 624 Maxwelton Ct
0348 626 Maxwelton Ct.
0349 641 Maxwelton Ct
0350 643 Maxwelton Ct
0351 644 Maxwelton Ct
0353 520 Oldham Ct
0355 123 State Street, Lexington, KY 40503
0356 119 State Street, Lexington, KY
0360 400 Pennsylvania Court
0361 402 Pennsylvania Ct
0362 405 Pennsylvania Ct
0363 406 Pennsylvania Ct
0365 410 Pennsylvania Ct
0377 319 Rose Lane
0378 321 Rose Lane
0381 162-164 Gazette Avenue
0382 Sky Blue Solar House
0383 133 Gazette Avenue
0384 129 Gazette Avenue
0386 150 Gazette Avenue
0390 Bus Shelter #1
0391 Bus Shelter #2
0392 Bus Shelter #3
0393 Bus Shelter #7
0394 Bus Shelter #6
0397 Bus Shelter #9
0398 Bus Shelter #10
0399 Bus Shelter #11
0400 Ellen H. Richards House
0401 Weldon House
0402 147 Washington Ave
0404 429 Linden Walk
0409 341-343 Scott Street
0412 403 Pennsylvania Ct
0413 Softball/Soccer Locker Rooms
0416 Bus Shelter #12
0417 660 South Limestone
0418 Bus Shelter #4
0419 Bus Shelter #13
0420 424 Euclid Avenue
0432 Commonwealth House
0433 William E. & Casiana Schmidt Vocal Arts Ctr.
0442 Ligon House
0446 John Cropp Softball Stadium
0447 Hitting Pavillion
0448 Football Storage Shed
0449 Shively Grounds Storage Bldg
0453 Shively Grounds Bldg
0456 W. T. Young Library
0460 149 Transcript Ave
0461 153 Transcript Ave
0467 220 Transcript Ave
0473 505 Oldham Ct
0481 LCC Academic Tech Bldg
0482 408 Linden Walk
0485 Boone Tennis Stadium
0487 518 Oldham Ct
0488 Woodland Early Learning Center
0489 1117 South Limestone
0490 Environmental Quality Management
0491 Ecological Research Bldg
0494 Stuckert Career Center
0495 James F. Hardymon Communications Bldg
0503 Ralph G Anderson Building (Mech Eng)
0504 Sigma Chi Fraternity House
0505 Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity
0506 Robert Straus Behavioral Research Building
0507 Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity
0509 Biomedical Biological Sciences Research Bldg (BBSRB)
0514 Central Utility Plant #4
0517 College of Medicine Learning Center
0518 BBSRB Generator Bldg.
0518 BBSRB Generator Building
0564 630 South Broadway
0565 John T. Smith Building
0566 Dale E. Baldwin
0567 Margaret Ingels Building
0568 David P. Roselle Hall (formerly New North Hall)
0571 Parking Structure #6
0572 Parking Structure #7
0582 University Health Service
0585 Basball Training Pavillion
0592 Storage Shed
0596 Bio-Pharm(BP)
0600 413 Pennsylvania Court
0601 Parking Structure #8
0602 Patient Care Facility
0603 WUKY PBS Antenna and Transmitter Shelter
0604 Joe Craft Center
0607 788 Press Ave
0608 792 Press Ave
0609 796 Press Ave
0610 800 Press Ave
0611 Medical Office Building (Samaritan)
0612 Samaritan Chiller Bldg
0613 Samaritan Parking Structure
0616 Seaton Center Storage
0618 MacAdam Student Observatory
0619 102 Conn Terrace
0620 Aviary Facility
0621 104 Conn Terrace
0622 108 Conn Terrace
0623 110 Conn Terrace
0624 120 Conn Terrace
0625 1105 S. Limestone
0626 1119 S. Limestone
0630 Air Medical Crew Quarters
0633 Davis Marksbury Building
0634 UK/Lexmark Ctr for Innovation in Math & Science Education(formerly known as 1737 Russell Cave Rd. or Northside Library)
0635 Northside Maintenance Bldg.
0636 411 Pennsylvania Court
0637 1041 S. Limestone St.
0639 1045 S. Limestone
0641 409 Pennsylvania Ct.
0644 Wildcat Coal Lodge
0645 179 Leader Avenue
0646 404 Pennsylvania Ct. Lexington, KY
0647 213 Transcript Ave.
0648 221 Transcript Ave.
0649 217 Transcript Ave.
0651 Mandrell Hall, 631 S. Limestone St. Lexington, KY
0652 Bosworth Hall, 631 S. Limestone St. Lexington, KY
0653 Sanders Hall, 631 S. Limestone St. Lexington, KY
0654 Building 100, 140 Prall Street Lexington, KY
0655 Building 200, 140 Prall Street Lexington, KY
0656 Building 300, 140 Prall Street Lexington, KY
0657 Building 400, 140 Prall Street Lexington, KY
0658 Maintenance Building, 631 S. Limestone St. Lexington, KY
0659 Gas Building, 631 S. Limestone St. Lexington, KY
0660 Maxwelton Ct. Apts #1, 633 Maxwelton Ct.Lexington, KY
0661 Maxwelton Ct. Apts #2, 633 Maxwelton Ct.Lexington, KY
0662 Maxwelton Ct. Apts #3, 633 Maxwelton Ct.Lexington, KY
0663 Maxwelton Ct. Apts #4, 633 Maxwelton Ct.Lexington, KY
0664 Maxwelton Ct. Apts #5, 633 Maxwelton Ct.Lexington, KY
0665 Maxwelton Ct. Apts #6, 633 Maxwelton Ct.Lexington, KY
0666 Maxwelton Ct. Apts #7, 633 Maxwelton Ct.Lexington, KY
0667 Maxwelton Ct. Apts #8, 633 Maxwelton Ct.Lexington, KY
0668 Maxwelton Ct. Apts #9, 633 Maxwelton Ct.Lexington, KY
0669 Maxwelton Ct. Apts #10, 633 Maxwelton Ct.Lexington, KY
0670 Maxwelton Ct. Apts #11, 633 Maxwelton Ct.Lexington, KY
0671 Maxwelton Ct. Apts #12, 633 Maxwelton Ct.Lexington, KY
0672 Maxwelton Ct. Apts #13, 633 Maxwelton Ct.Lexington, KY
0673 Maxwelton Ct. Apts #14, 633 Maxwelton Ct.Lexington, KY
0674 Maxwelton Ct. Apts #15, 633 Maxwelton Ct.Lexington, KY
0675 Maxwelton Ct. Apts #16, 633 Maxwelton Ct.Lexington, KY
1200 Electric Substation #1
1201 Electric Substation #3
2255 Albert Stewart House
9847 Polk Dalton Clinic (Formerly Campus 98)

0079 Central Residence Hall II (formerly New Central Residence Hall #1)
0080 Central Residence Hall I (formerly New Central Residence Hall #2)
0205 Phi Mu (Greek Park)
9813 Child Development Center of the Bluegrass, Inc.
9925 Alpha Phi Sorority (Formerly Campus 99)
9983 College of Medicine Bldg. (Formerly Campus 99)

0235 John W Oswald Bldg
0274 Moloney Building LCC
0481 LCC Academic/Tech

2301 Crisp Bldg./Challenger Learning Center
2302 Emerging Technology Center, Paducah, KY

2401 Bailey-Stumbo Building (UK Center for Rural Health)

2500 KY Geological Survey
2501 Henderson Garage

9300 Robinson Forest Equip Floater
9302 Dorm & Classroom
9303 Camp Residence
9304 Dorm
9305 Faculty Dorm
9306 Kitchen & Dining Hall
9309 Equipment Shed
9311 Pole Equipment Shed
9312 Large Sawmill
9314 Pump House
9315 Fire Tower
9316 Research Lab
9318 Caretakers Residence
9321 Bath House
9322 Gas Tank Shelter
9323 Bird Blind

9502 Dining Hall & Kitchen
9503 Cabin #1
9504 Cabin #2
9505 Cabin #3
9506 Cabin #4
9507 Cabin #5
9508 Cabin #6
9509 Cabin #7
9510 Cabin #8
9511 Cabin #9
9512 Cabin #10
9513 Cabin #11
9514 Cabin #12
9515 Cabin #13
9516 Health Center
9520 Bath House
9521 Swimming Pool
9525 Modular Bldg/Nature & Crafts
9527 Shop
9528 Shelter House
9529 Sewer Plant Storage
9530 Girls Cabin #14
9531 Girls Cabin #15
9532 Country Store
9533 Emergency Storm Shelter
9534 Emergency Storm Shelter
9535 Archery Storage
9537 Pistol Shelter
9538 Ky Leadership Center
9540 Storage Trailer, Dining Hall
9541 Outpost #1
9542 Outpost #2
9543 Staff Trailer
9545 Amphitheatre Stage
9546 Storage Barn
9547 Asst Maint MGR House
9548 Riflery
9549 KY Leadership MGR House
9551 Greenhouse, 17500 Hwy 196 Nancy
9552 Outside Storage, 17500 Hwy 196 Nancy

3701 Woodford Co. Pesticide Storage #1
3720 Tenant House #1
3721 Vet Science Run-In Shed ARC
3740 Tenant House #2
3741 Tenant House #3
3742 Foaling Barn
3743 Stone House
3780 Corn Crib
3781 Tobacco Barn #1
3783 Old Utility Shed
3786 Tobacco Barn #2
3788 Tobacco Barn #3
3789 Tenant House #5
3790 Tenant House #6
3792 Tobacco Barn #4
3793 Tobacco Barn #5
3794 Stucco Duplex #2
3850 Scale Shed
3852 Manager's House
3860 Yearling Barn #2
3861 Beef Herdsman House
3862 Stripping Room
3864 Woodford County Shop
3865 Beef Handling Facility
3866 Beef Nutrition Center
3867 Beef Individual Pens
3868 Beef Calan Pens
3869 Beef Intensive Research
3871 Beef Composting Shed
3872 Beef Machinery-Leaf Storage
3873 Beef Small Pens
3874 Beef Heifer Pens
3875 Animal Handling Shed
3880 Sheep Pen Facility
3882 Sheep Service Complex
3883 Sheep Sleeping Quarters
3890 Swine Service/Receiving
3891 Swine Headquarters
3892 Swine Nursery
3893 Swine Grow/Finish
3894 Swine Boar Stud
3901 Hoop Storage #1
3902 Hoop Storage #2
3903 Hoop Storage 2003

0574 CPST
3000 Coldstream Farm Floater
3001 Coldstream Kiln
3002 Vet Science Compost
3003 Poultry Research Facility
3004 Picnic Pavillion @ Carnahan House
3005 Horticulture Storage Building
3006 Vet Science Hoop Shed Becky Sue Lane
3007 Horticulture Chemical Building
3016 Dry Cow Shed
3017 Round Bale Storage
3031 Aluminum Research Bldg
3100 Coldstream Farm Equipment Floater
3115 Shop
3116 Apartment Garage
3117 Heifer Barn Dairy
3118 Carnahan House
3119 Swimming Pool & Plant
3151 Pond Barn
3158 Dairy Herdsman House
3163 Lower Jersey Shed
3164 Lower Holstein Shed
3165 Upper Holstein Shed
3167 Feed Shed Dairy
3168 Dairy Maternity Barn
3169 Dairy Hoop Shed
3170 Dairy Housing Research & Teaching Facility
3171 Field 21 Shed
3172 Goat Lot Shed
3173 Lot 22 Shed
3174 Animal Pathology Shed #3
3175 Animal Pathology Shed #4
3176 Horse Barn A
3177 Animal Pathology Barn 10
3178 Sheep House
3179 Sheep Shed 2
3180 Sheep Shed 3
3181 Sheep Shed 4
3182 Animal Pathology Barn 10A
3185 Dairy Office Classroom
3186 Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (Formerly known as Livestock Disease Diagnostic Center)
3192 Dairy Round House
3198 Dairy Calf Barn
3199 Dairy Anages House
3249 Pony Shed
3261 Pole Shed Bale Storage
3285 Vet Science Hoop Storage
3290 Hoop Shed #4

4700 Eden Shale Farm Floater
4702 Tobacco Barn #1
4703 House Herdsman #2
4704 Heifer Barn #3
4705 House Superintendent Dwelling #2
4706 Dairy Barn #5
4707 Cottage Dwelling #6
4708 Tobacco Barn
4709 Cattle Barn
4710 Bull Lot Shed/Eden Shale Farm, Owentown, KY
4711 Shop
4712 Sheep Barn
4713 Barn #12
4714 Tobacco Barn
4715 Tobacco Barn
4716 Tobacco Barn
4717 House
4718 Shed
4719 Shed
4721 Smoke House
4727 Shed
4728 Shed
4729 Stripping Room
4732 Garage & Office
4733 Tobacco Barn
4735 Horticulture Shed
4737 Corn Crib 2
4739 Greenhouse Furnace Room
4740 Holding Scale Pen
4741 Concrete Stave Silo
4744 Corn Crib 3
4745 Tool Room
4746 Storage Building
4747 Hoop Shed #2

4602 Mens Cabin
4603 Mens Cabin
4605 Bath House Boys
4606 Dining
4607 Womens Cabin
4608 Womens Cabin
4609 Womens Cabin
4610 Womens Cabin
4611 Womens Cabin
4612 Womens Cabin
4613 Womens Cabin
4614 Womens Cabin
4615 Bath House Girls
4618 Residence
4619 Cabin, 14 Feltner 4-H Camp
4620 Shelter House
4621 Girls Cabin
4623 Paddle Boat Dock, Feltner 4-H Camp
4625 Boys Cabin
4626 Girls Cabin
4627 Archery Storage
4628 Amphitheater
4629 Country Store
4630 Staff Cabin
4631 Maintenance Bldg
4632 Bath House Swimming Pool
4633 Girls Cabin
4634 Rifle Range Shelter, Feltner 4-H Camp
4636 Log Cabin 2 Story
4637 Canoe Storage
4639 Storage Building, Feltner 4-H Camp
4641 Barbeque Shelter
4642 Birdhouse
4643 Boat Dock
4645 Male Staff Mobile Home
4646 Fishing Hut
4647 Multiplex Modular Building, 380 J. M. Feltner Rd.
4648 Cabin 15, Feltner 4-H Camp
4649 Outpost Screened Shelter, Feltner 4H Camp
4650 Staff Trailer, Feltner 4H Camp, London, KY
4651 Cabin of Tomorrow (Feltner 4H Camp)

3200 Maine Chance Farm Floater
3201 House Old Office
3202 Horse Barn 1 MO
3203 House MO
3204 Climate Change Study
3206 Barn 5 Communication Bldg.
3210 Rain Study Shed
3211 House MO
3212 Garage MO
3213 Barn 8 Sheep
3214 Rain Simulator Lab
3215 Run In Shed #4
3216 House
3217 Horse Barn 11
3218 Run In Shed #7
3219 Horse Barn 9
3220 House MO
3221 Garage MO
3222 Barn 5 MO Storage
3224 Horse Barn 3
3227 Barn 7 MO
3228 Utility Shed MO
3230 House MO
3233 Horse Run In Shed
3234 Horse Farm Mgr Residence
3236 Horse Run In Shed
3237 Horse Run In Shed
3238 Stud Barn
3239 Receiving Barn
3240 Shop & Storage Area
3241 Farm Service Center
3242 Storage Building
3243 Auto Body Shop
3245 Run In Shed #5
3246 Run In Shed #6
3250 Garage
3255 Storage Building
3258 Barn C Shed
3259 Horse Corral Vet Science
3260 Equine Nutritional
3280 Shaving Storage
3283 Storage Building
3286 Vet Science Office
3287 Dwelling Mobile Home
3291 FEP Storage Bldg
3292 Equine Teaching Pavilon
3293 MC/DOT Storage
3294 Communication Shed
3295 MC Storage #2

4501 Dining Hall
4502 Cabin 14, North Central 4-H Camp
4503 Bath House
4504 Bath House
4505 Cabin
4506 Cabin
4507 Cabin
4508 Caretakers House
4509 Cabin
4510 Cabin
4511 Cabin
4512 Cabin
4513 Cabin
4518 Cabin
4519 Cabin
4520 Cabin
4521 Cabin
4522 Cabin
4523 Cabin
4524 Cabin
4525 Cabin
4526 Cabin
4527 Cabin
4528 Filter House
4529 Sewage Pump System
4530 Cabin 15, North Central 4-H Camp
4531 Conference Building
4532 Health & Administration
4533 Bird Blind
4534 Maintenance Building
4535 Fishing Dock
4537 Log Cabin
4538 Outpost 1
4539 Outpost 2
4540 Shelter Bldg
4541 Rifle Range
4542 North Central 4-H Camp Floating Dock, 260 Camp Rd.
4543 Cabin 116, North Central 4-H Camp
4544 Cabin 116, North Central 4-H Camp
4545 Cabin 116, North Central 4-H Camp
4549 High Ropes Shelter
4551 Storage #1 ,North Central 4-H Camp, Carlisle KY
4552 Archery Storage, North Central 4-H Camp, Carlisle, KY
4553 Paddle Boat Dock, North Central 4-H Camp, Carlisle, KY

3617 Mycology Building

9000 Robinson Station Equip Floater
9001 House
9002 Market Shelter, Robinson Station, Jackson, KY
9003 Barn
9004 Warehouse
9005 House Residence A
9007 House Dwelling #6
9008 House #7
9009 House Dwelling B
9010 Auditorium
9011 Storage Barn
9012 House Dwelling D
9016 House Dwelling C
9023 Administration Bldg
9033 Tobacco Barn
9034 Agronomy Field Lab
9035 Greenhouse

3400 South Farm Floater
3413 New Implement Shed
3422 Field Research Lab
3423 Vet Science Isolation Bldg
3424 Vet Science Isolation Bldg
3425 Vet Science Isolation Bldg
3426 Vet Science Isolation Bldg
3427 Vet Science Isolation Bldg
3428 Hay & Feed Storage
3429 Autopsy Lab - L. Qtrs.
3431 Horticulture Equipment Storage
3434 Manager's House South Farm
3436 Headhouse
3437 Equipment Building #3

0013 KGS Core Library
2059 AFBC Coal Prep Bldg
2060 Cold Storage Bldg
2061 Synthesis and Pitch Laboratory
2062 Gazebo
2063 Maintenance Bldg
2064 Industrial Support Facility
2065 Drying Pad
2067 Fiber Development Facility
2068 Mineral Processing Facility
2069 Algae Greenhouse
2070 CAER Laboratory 2
2072 F-T Process Development Unit
3288 Isolation Barn 1
3289 Isolation Barn 2
3300 Spindletop Farm Floater
3301 House
3304 House
3305 MRLS Shed
3307 Agronomy Greenhouse Service
3308 Agronomy Greenhouse 3
3309 Storage Barn
3310 Horse Barn C
3311 Horse Barn B
3313 Small Animal Hospital
3315 Tobacco Barn
3316 Garage
3317 House
3319 House
3320 Garage
3321 House
3322 House
3323 Garage
3324 Garage
3325 House
3326 Garage
3327 House
3328 Walter W. Zent Mare Reproductive Health Facility
3329 Carriage House
3330 Shop
3335 Vet Science Run-In Shed BN C
3337 Isolation #2 Lab
3339 Dwelling
3343 DLAR Storage Facility
3344 Storage Barn
3345 Horse Barn
3347 Isolation Storage Building
3348 Forage Research Greenhouse
3349 Turf Center
3350 Goat Barn
3351 Vacant Dog Kennel
3352 Vacant Dog Kennel
3353 Grounds Office
3354 Tennis Pro Shop
3355 Tennis Pro Shop
3357 Garage Apartments
3358 Mansion
3359 Dressing Rooms
3360 Recreation Bldg
3361 Pleasure Barn
3364 Scale House
3365 Greenhouse THRI Storage
3366 Storage Building
3367 Equipment Storage
3368 Wheat Greenhouse Headhouse
3370 Council of State Governments
3371 Council of State Governments-Sprague Bldg.
3372 Bath House
3373 Tobacco Barn
3374 Crop Dryer Bldg
3375 Field Laboratory
3376 Climatological Lab
3377 Agronomy storage unit
3378 Animal Care Barn
3379 Foundation Seed Proc
3380 Ag Engineering Barn
3381 KGS Core Library Carport
3382 CAER Laboratory 1
3383 Chemical Storage Bldg
3384 Research Tobacco Barn
3385 Vet Science Dwelling
3386 Agronomy Equipment #4
3387 Agronomy Storage Shed
3388 Ag Machine Storage
3389 Agronomy Greenhouse
3390 Agronomy Pesticide Storage
3391 Agronomy Fuel Storage Shed
3392 Agronomy Greenhouse 2
3393 Mobile Home
3394 Isolation #1 Generator Bldg.
3396 Pole Shed Bale Storage
3399 Entomology Storage
3501 Miller's GreenHouse
3502 Seed Shed
3503 Agronomy Storage 2
3504 Hoop Shed 3
3506 Vet Science Run-In Shed
3508 Wheat Greenhouse
3510 Barn C Run-In Shed

7700 Western KY 4-H Floater
7701 Dining Hall & Office
7704 Shelter House
7705 Boys Bath House
7706 Cabin of Tomorrow (West KY 4H Camp)
7709 Maintenance Workshop, Dawson Springs, KY
7710 Storage Shed
7711 Storage Shed
7713 Nature House
7715 Softball Shelter
7718 Girls Bath House
7723 Boys Cottage
7724 Boys Cottage
7725 Boys Cottage
7726 Boys Cottage
7727 Boys Cottage
7728 Boys Cottage
7729 Boys Cottage
7730 Boys Cottage
7731 Boys Cottage
7732 Boys Cottage
7733 Boys Cottage
7742 Girls Cottage
7745 Gate House
7746 Pool Bath House
7748 Boat Dock
7753 Boat House
7757 Girls Cottage
7758 Girls Cottage
7759 Girls Cottage
7760 Girls Cottage
7761 Girls Cottage
7762 Girls Cottage
7763 Girls Cottage
7764 Girls Cottage
7765 Girls Cottage
7766 Girls Cottage
7767 Boys Cottage
7768 Staff Cottage Girls
7771 Staff Cabin Boys
7773 Multi-Purpose Building
7774 Rifle Range Shelter
7775 Country Store
7777 Bird Blind
7779 Recreation Storage
7781 Stg Bldg Challenge Course
7783 Archery Range Storage
7784 Horse Barn
7785 West Ky 4-H Camp Pavilion, 600 Camp Dr.

7800 West Ky Substation Floater
7801 Dwelling-Super
7802 Dwelling-Carpenter
7803 Dwelling-Animal Science
7804 Dwelling-Foreman
7805 Dwelling-Asst Foreman
7806 Dwelling-H. Eq. Operator
7807 Office & Service Bldg
7808 Greenhouse - Header House
7809 Tobacco Barn - Burley
7810 Dark Air Cure Barn
7811 Dark Fire Cure Barn
7812 Grain Crop Greenhouse
7813 Chemical Storage Barn
7814 Fertilizer Storage Barn
7815 Heifer Barn
7816 Feed Processing Center
7817 Farrowing House #1
7818 Farrowing House #2
7819 Litter Test Shed
7820 Litter Test Shed
7821 Horse Barn/Store Shed
7822 Beef Cattle Barn - Silo
7823 Steer Feeding Barn
7824 Dark Fire Curing Barn #2, Princeton, KY
7836 Beef Compost Shed
7837 Farm Shop
7838 Calen Gates Shelter
7839 Storage Barn - Pruitt
7840 Weed & Soil Science Storage
7847 Long Silo #2
7848 Madison Silo #1
7851 Forage & Grain Dryer
7853 Garage - Heavy Equip Operator
7854 Garage - Carpenter
7855 Garage - Animal Science
7856 Garage - Superintendent
7858 Research & Ed Center
7860 Grain Bin Dryer North
7861 Grain Bin Dryer South
7864 Machinery Shed
7866 Corn Crib Bin Shelter
7867 Machinery Shed
7869 Dark Fired Tobacco Research
7870 Pesticide Storage
7871 Garage - Asst. Foreman
7872 Machine Shed
7874 Silo Concrete Stave
7876 Excess Property Bldg
7877 Ag Machinery Storage Shed
7878 Pump Station
7879 AS Machinery Storage shed
7880 Hay Storage, Princeton, KY
7881 Storage Building #2/Orchard, Princeton, KY
7882 Greenhouse/Plastic, Princeton, KY

9204 Pole Shed
9205 Wood Utilization Center
9206 Dry Kiln & Boiler
9215 Farm Office Trailer


8002 Kentucky Utilities Building
8602 22728 Hwy 421 Ste 107 Hyden, KY
8624 Ky Home Place Manchester
8625 Ky Home Place Grayson
8650 59 Cowtown Rd, Hindman
9127 1101 South Limestone
9486 Polk Dalton Family Care Clinic, 1135 Red Mile Place
9487 Coldstream Center, 1500 Bull Lea Rd
9489 342 Waller Ave.
9492 Hazard Medical Arts Bldg. 243 Roy Campbell Dr, Hazard
9493 Kentucky Homeplace-Clay Co.
9653 AGR Ext Graves County
9653 AGR Ext Graves County, 251 E Housman St, Mayfield
9733 Professional Arts Center (Samaritan)
9801 Windstream Bldg., 150 N. Martin Luther King Blvd. Lexington, KY 40507
9802 Universal Investments
9804 120 Quinton Ct.
9806 Center for Health Education & Research, Morehead, Ky
9807 ARH Medical Mall, Hazard, KY
9808 1152 Lexington Rd, Georgetown, KY
9810 Doctor's Office Park
9812 UK Federal Credit Union (showing on only 1 web location)
9814 UK Morehead OB/GYN, 555 W. Sun St., Morehead
9817 Western KY Dental , Benton, KY 42025
9820 Jessamine Eye Center, Nicholasville, KY
9822 245 Fountain Court, Lexington, Ky
9823 UKHealthCare Eye Center Richmond
9825 Coldstream CIE 1648 McGrathiana STE 350
9831 845 Red Mile Rd.(University Trails)
9835 Appalachian Heart Center - Hazard
9836 Maysville Cancer Treatment Center
9837 Appalachian Heart Center - Harlan
9838 1401 Nicholasville Rd
9839 Turfland Clinic
9840 615 N Mulberry, Elizabethtown
9841 151 University Dr. Morehead, KY
9844 KY Clinic South
9845 1525 Bull Lea Rd.
9847 Polk Dalton Clinic
9850 KY Clinic North Trailer
9852 South Broadway Place
9854 1020 Export Street
9855 333 Waller Ave
9857 Commerce Lexington, 330 East Main
9860 601 Chamberlain Ave
9862 2317 Alumni Park Plaza
9880 Brian Hill Rd, Lexington
9892 OCSS at Simpson Center
9894 465 E. High St. Lexington
9897 2347 Sterlington Rd.
9898 2850 Pembroke Rd
9913 UK HealthCare Sports Medicine
9919 Commonwealth Office of Technology
9920 KY Homeplace-Knox County, Barbourville, KY
9922 343 Waller Ave
9930 KY Homeplace-Carter County, Grayson, Ky
9931 1105 Julianna Ct, Elizabethtown
9933 233-299 E Main St, Morehead
9941 3470 Blazer Parkway
9949 2050 Versailles Rd
9952 507 South Third, Louisville
9953 2365 Harrodsburg Rd
9959 119 Park Ave., Glasgow
9961 2659-2667 Regency Rd
9987 Stor All Man O' War
9989 104 South Main Street, Brownsville
9997 Rock of Ages
9998 413 Main St, Hazard

2142 V.A. Medical Center
2147 Rupp Arena
3312 Spindletop Administration Bldg. 2624 Research Park Dr. Lexington, Ky 40511
8605 630 James Trimble Blvd, Paintsville
8610 Senior Citizens Bldg, Main St., Sandy Hook
8612 221 Mammoth Cave Rd, Brownsville
8633 Samaritan Hospital
8634 3290 Blazer PArkway
8640 151 South Franklin, Russellville
8648 121 Virginia Ave, Pineville
8649 478 Town Mountain Rd., Pikeville
8654 313 Central St, Harlan
8656 Greenup Co Hlth Dept, US Hwy 23, Greenup
8659 1101 Main St. Benton
9111 KY State Univ Academic Service Bldg.
9113 Ginger Hall, Morehead St. University
9114 Reed Hall (2nd Floor), Morehead, Ky
9116 Perkins Rehab Center
9117 Pikeville Community Tech Center
9118 Pikeville Technical College
9119 Big Sandy Community College-Johnson Admin Bldg.
9120 Miller Info Tech Ctr, Univ of Louisville
9121 School of Nursing & Allied Health, Univ of Lousivlle
9123 Cherry Hall, WKU
9124 Grise Hall, WKU
9125 Mass Media & Tech Hall, Bowling Green
9351 Kentucky Homeplace-Livingston Co.
9352 Kentucky Homeplace-Graves Co.
9354 Kentucky Homeplace-Morgan Co.
9356 Kentucky Homeplace-Calloway County
9400 AGR Ext Muhlenberg County
9401 AGR Ext Nelson County
9402 AGR Ext Nicholas County
9403 AGR Ext Ohio County
9404 AGR Ext Oldham County
9405 AGR Ext Owen County
9406 AGR Ext Owsley County
9407 AGR Ext Pendleton County
9408 AGR Ext Perry County
9409 AGR Ext Pike County
9410 AGR Ext Powell County
9411 AGR Ext Pulaski County
9412 AGR Ext Robertson County
9413 AGR Ext Rockastle County
9414 AGR Ext Rowan County
9415 AGR Ext Russell County
9416 AGR Ext Scott County
9417 AGR Ext Shelby County
9418 AGR Ext Simpson County
9419 AGR Ext Spencer County
9420 AGR Ext Taylor County
9421 AGR Ext Todd County
9422 AGR Ext Trigg County
9423 AGR Ext Trimble County
9424 AGR Ext Union County
9425 AGR Ext Warren County
9427 AGR EXT Washington County
9429 AGR Ext Wayne County
9430 AGR Ext Webster County
9431 AGR Ext Whitley County
9432 AGR Ext Wolfe County
9433 AGR Ext Woodford County
9494 Powell County Clinic, Stanton, Ky
9496 West Care, Irvine, Ky
9497 Kentucky Homeplace-Laurel County
9498 Kentucky Homeplace-Bath Co.
9499 Pikeville Medical Center
9612 AGR Ext Adair County
9613 AGR Ext Allen County
9614 AGR Ext Anderson County
9615 AGR Ext Ballard County
9616 AGR Ext Barren County
9617 AGR Ext Bath County
9618 AGR Ext Bell County
9619 AGR Ext Boone County
9620 AGR Ext Bourbon County
9621 AGR Ext Boyd County
9622 AGR Ext Boyle County
9623 AGR Ext Bracken County
9624 AGR Ext Breathitt County
9625 AGR Ext Breckinridge County
9626 AGR Ext Bullitt County
9627 AGR Ext Butler County
9628 AGR Ext Caldwell County
9629 AGR Ext Calloway County
9630 AGR Ext Campbell County
9631 AGR Ext Carlisle County
9632 AGR Ext Carrol County
9633 AGR Ext Carter County
9634 AGR Ext Casey County
9635 AGR Ext Christian County
9636 AGR Ext Clark County
9637 AGR Ext Clay County
9638 AGR Ext Clinton County
9639 AGR Ext Crittendon County
9640 AGR Ext Cumberland County
9641 AGR Ext Daviess County
9642 AGR Ext Edmonson County
9643 AGR Ext Elliott County
9644 AGR Ext Estill County
9645 AGR Ext Fayette County
9646 AGR Ext Fleming County
9647 AGR Ext Floyd County
9648 AGR Ext Franklin County
9649 AGR Ext Fulton County
9650 AGR Ext Gallation County
9651 AGR Ext Garrard County
9652 AGR Ext Grant County
9654 AGR Ext Grayson County
9655 AGR Ext Green County
9656 AGR Ext Greenup County
9657 AGR Ext Hancock County
9658 AGR Ext Hardin County
9659 AGR Ext Harlan County
9660 AGR Ext Harrison County
9661 AGR Ext Hart County
9662 AGR Ext Henderson County
9663 AGR Ext Henry County
9664 AGR Ext Hickman County
9665 AGR Ext Hopkins County
9666 AGR Ext Jackson County
9667 AGR Ext Jefferson County
9668 AGR Ext Jessamine County
9669 AGR Ext Johnson County
9670 AGR Ext Kenton County
9671 AGR Ext Knott County
9672 AGR Ext Knox County
9673 AGR Ext Larue County
9674 AGR Ext Laurel County
9675 AGR Ext Lawrence County
9676 AGR Ext Lee County
9677 AGR Ext Leslie County
9678 AGR Ext Letcher County
9679 AGR Ext Lewis County
9680 AGR Ext Lincoln County
9681 AGR Ext Livingston County
9682 AGR Ext Logan County
9683 AGR Ext Logan County
9684 AGR Ext Madison County
9685 AGR Ext Magoffin County
9686 AGR Ext Marion County
9687 AGR Ext Marshall County
9688 AGR Ext Martin County
9689 AGR Ext Mason County
9690 AGR Ext McCracken County
9691 AGR Ext McCreary County
9692 AGR Ext McLean County
9693 AGR Ext Meade County
9694 AGR Ext Menefee County
9695 AGR Ext Mercer County
9696 AGR Ext Metcalfe County
9697 AGR Ext Monroe County
9698 AGR Ext Montgomery County
9699 AGR Ext Morgan County
9731 512 W. Fourth St, Tompkinsville
9762 Ashley Place, 811 Main St, Morgantown
9776 Wolf Co Courthouse, Main St, Campton
9803 1830 Destiny Lane #107, Bowling Green
9808 4400 Kingway, Madisonville
9851 9879 Rte 122, McDowell
9900 KSP Crime Lab
9902 Fulton Health Dept. 350 Browder St. Fulton, Ky 42041
9903 Trover Clinic 605 S. Jefferson St. Princeton, Ky 42445
9904 Breathitt County Homeplace, Jackson, KY
9906 Lee County Homeplace, Beattyville, KY
9907 Heuser Hearing Institute, Louisville, KY
9909 Johnson Co. Rec/Comm Ctr, Paintsville
9911 Edythe Hayes Middle School
9912 108 Bulldog Lane Rm 161, Louisa
9914 Magoffin County Health Dept., Salyersville, KY
9916 Lotts Creek Community School, Hazard, KY 41701
9921 Eastern State Hospital, 1350 Bull Lea Rd.
9923 Eastern State Hospital Central Plant, 1342 Bull Lea Rd.
9930 KY Homeplace-Carter County, Grayson, KY
9932 Knox County Homeplace, Barbourville, KY
9936 Eastern State Hospital Central KY Recovery Center #1
9937 Eastern State Hospital Central KY Recovery Center #2
9938 Eastern State Hospital Central KY Recovery Center #3
9939 Eastern State Hospital Central KY Recovery Center #4
9954 Crounse Building, Paducah
9957 Centralized Laboratory
9958 Family Ties Resource
9959 119 Park Ave, Glasgow
9962 Bourbon Medical Center
9970 Henderson CC Admin Bldg
9977 Ashland Community College
9978 206 1st Street, Morehead
9979 LCC Winchester-Clark County Campus
9980 2900 Cofer Rd, Richmond VA
9982 176 Pasadena Drive
9991 Morgan County Library & Tech Center
9992 Central Baptist, Building C

100 Classsroom Facilities

  • Definition: A room used for classes and that is also not tied to a specific subject or discipline by equipment in the room or the configuration of the room.
  • Description: Includes rooms generally used for scheduled instruction that require no special, restrictive equipment or configuration. A classroom may be equipped with tablet armchairs (fixed to the floor, joined in groups, or flexible in arrangement), tables and chairs (as in a seminar room), or similar types of seating. These rooms may contain multimedia or telecommunications equipment. A classroom may be furnished with special equipment (e.g., globes, pianos, maps) appropriate to a specific area of study, if this equipment does not render the room unsuitable for use by classes in other areas of study.
  • Limitation: This category does not include Conference Rooms (350), Meeting Rooms (680), Auditoria (610), or Class Laboratories (210). Conference rooms and meeting rooms are distinguished from seminar rooms according to primary use; rooms with chairs and tables that are used primarily for meetings (as opposed to classes) are conference rooms or meeting rooms (see room codes 350 and 680 for distinction). Auditoria are distinguished from lecture rooms based on primary use. A large room with seating oriented toward some focal point, and which is used for dramatic or musical productions, is an Assembly (610) facility (e.g., an auditorium normally used for purposes other than scheduled classes). A class laboratory is distinguished form a classroom based on equipment in the room and by its restrictive use. If a room is restricted to a single or closely related group of disciplines by special equipments or room configuration, it is a laboratory (see 200 series).
  • Definition: A room that directly serves one or more classrooms as an extension of the activities in that room.
  • Description: Includes projection rooms, telecommunications control booths, preparation rooms, coat rooms, closets, storage areas, etc., if they serve classrooms.
  • Limitation: Does not include projection rooms, coat rooms, preparation rooms, closets or storage areas, if such rooms serve laboratories, conference rooms, meeting rooms, assembly facilities, etc. A projection booth in an auditorium (not used primarily for scheduled classes) is classified as Assembly Service (615).

200 Laboratory Facilities

  • Definition: A room used primarily for formally or regularly scheduled classes that require special purpose equipment or a specific room configuration for student participation, experimentation, observation, or practice in a an academic discipline.
  • Description: A class laboratory is designed for or furnished with equipment to serve the needs of a particular discipline for group instruction in formally or regularly scheduled classes. this special equipment normally limits or precludes the room's use by other disciplines. Included in this category are rooms generally called teaching laboratories, instructional shops, typing or computer laboratories, drafting rooms, band rooms, choral rooms, (group) music practice rooms, language laboratories, (group) studios, theater stage areas used primarily for instruction, instructional health laboratories, and similar specially designed or equipped rooms, if they are used primarily for group instruction in formally or regularly scheduled classes. Computer rooms used primarily to instruct students in the use of computers are classified as class laboratories if that instruction is conducted primarily in formally or regularly scheduled classes.
  • Limitation: Does not include Classrooms (110). Does not include informally scheduled or unscheduled laboratories (see 220). This category does not include rooms generally defined as Research/Nonclass Laboratories (250). It does not include gymnasia, pools, drill halls, laboratory schools, demonstration houses, and similar facilities that are included under Special Use Facilities (500 series). Computer rooms in libraries or used primarily for study should be classified as Study Rooms (410).
  • Definition: A room that directly serves one or more class laboratories as an extension of the activities in those rooms.
  • Description: Includes any room that directly serves a class laboratory. Included are projection rooms, telecommunications control booths, coat rooms, preparation rooms, closets, material storage (including temporary hazardous materials storage), balance rooms, cold rooms, stock rooms, dark rooms, equipment issue rooms, etc., if they serve class laboratories.
  • Limitation: Does not include service rooms that support classrooms (see 115), Open Laboratories (225), or Research/Nonclass Laboratories (255). Animal Quarters (570) and Greenhouses (580) are categorized separately.
  • Definition: A laboratory used primarily for individual or group instruction that is informally scheduled, unscheduled, or open.
  • Description: An open laboratory is designed for or furnished with equipment that serves the needs of a particular discipline or discipline group for individual or group instruction where 1) use of the room is not formally or regularly scheduled, or 2) access is limited to specific groups of students. Included in this category are rooms generally called music practice rooms, language laboratories used for individual instruction, studios for individualized instruction, special laboratories or learning laboratories if discipline restricted, individual laboratories, and computer laboratories involving specialized restrictive software or where access is limited to specific categories of students. For example, a computer laboratory with only engineering or CAD software or a computer-based writing laboratory available only to English Composition students would be classified as an open laboratory because of the restricted usage of the room for a particular discipline or discipline group. Rooms containing computer equipment that is not restricted to a specific discipline or discipline group are classified as Study Rooms (see 410).
  • Limitation: Laboratories with formally or regularly scheduled classes are Class Laboratories (210). This category also does not include rooms defined as Research/Nonclass Laboratories (250). A room that contains equipment (e.g., typewriters, microcomputers) which does not restrict use to a specific discipline or discipline group, and which is typically used at a student's convenience, should be classified as a Study Room (410).
  • Definition: A room that directly serves one or more open laboratories as an extension of the activities in those rooms.
  • Description: Includes only those rooms that directly serve an open laboratory. Included are projection rooms, telecommunications control booths, coat rooms, preparation rooms, closets, material storage (including temporary hazardous materials storage), balance rooms, cold rooms, stock rooms, dark rooms, equipment issue rooms, and similar facilities, if they serve open laboratories.
  • Limitation: Does not include service rooms that support classrooms (see 115), Class Laboratories (215), or Research/Nonclass Laboratories (255). Animal Quarters (570), Greenhouses (580), and Central Service (750) facilities are categorized separately.
  • 251 – Research/Non-class Wet Laboratory
    Definition: A room used primarily for laboratory experimentation, research, training in research methodology, or structured creative activity that requires special-purpose equipment (such as biological safety cabinets, bench space, sinks, bench-top equipment, fume hoods) and/or special-purpose utilities (e.g. piped services and multiple power outlets). The procedures in these rooms typically involve liquids, often chemicals, and/or research specimens.
  • 252 – Research/Non-class Dry Laboratory
    Definition: A room used for laboratory application, research, and/or training in research methodology; or professional examination or observation that does not require special-purpose equipment like sinks or fume hoods, nor does it require special piped utility services. The procedures in these rooms would include documentation research, statistical data, behavioral/opinion interviews, or the use of electronic/technology equipment not requiring wet lab services to support that equipment. In loose terms, dry laboratory spaces have similarities to space types often found in office buildings.
  • Description: A research/nonclass laboratory is designed or equipped for faculty, staff, and students for the conduct of research and controlled or structured creative activities. These activities are generally confined to faculty, staff and assigned graduate students and are applicable to any academic discipline. Activities may include experimentation, application, observation, composition, or research training in a structured environment directed by one or more faculty or principal investigator(s). These activities do not include practice or independent study projects and activities which, although delivering "new knowledge" to a student, are not intended for a broader academic (or sponsoring) community (e.g., a presentation or publication). This category includes labs that are used for experiments, testing or "dry runs" in support of instructional, research or public service activities. Nonclass public service laboratories which promote new knowledge in academic fields (e.g., animal diagnostic laboratories, cooperative extension laboratories) are included in this category.
  • Limitation: Student practice activity rooms should be classified under Open Laboratory (220). A combination office/music or art studio or combination office/research laboratory should be coded according to its primary use. Determination also should be made whether the "studio" or "research lab" component involves developing new knowledge (or extending the application or distribution of existing knowledge) for a broader academic or sponsoring community (and not merely for the practitioner), or the activity is merely practice or learning within the applied instructional process. Primary use should be the determining criterion in either case. Does not include testing or monitoring facilities (e.g., seed sampling, water or environmental testing rooms) that are part of an institution's Central Service (750) system. Also does not include the often unstructured, spontaneous or improvisational creative activities of learning and practice within the performing arts, which take place in (scheduled) Class Laboratories (210) or, if not specifically scheduled, (practice) Open Laboratories (220). Such performing arts (and other science and nonscience) activities, which are controlled or structured to the extent that they are intended to produce a specific research or experimental outcome (e.g., a new or advanced technique), are included in the Research/Nonclass Laboratory (250) category.
  • 256 – Research/Non-class Wet Laboratory Service
    Definition: A room that directly serves one or more research/non-class wet laboratories as an extension of the activities in those rooms.
  • 257 – Research/Non-class Dry Laboratory Service
    Definition: A room that directly serves one or more research/non-class dry labs as an extension of the activities in those rooms.
  • Description: Includes only those rooms that directly serve a research/nonclass laboratory. Included are projection rooms, telecommunications control booths, coat rooms, preparation rooms, closets, material storage, balance rooms, cold rooms, stock rooms, dark rooms, equipment issue rooms, temporary hazardous materials storage areas, and similar facilities, if they serve research/nonclass laboratories.
  • Limitation: Does not include service rooms that support classrooms (see 115), Class Laboratories (215), or Open Laboratories (225). Animal Quarters (570), Greenhouses (580), and Central Service (750) facilities are categorized separately.

300 Office Facilities

  • Definition: A room housing faculty, staff, or students working at one or more desks, tables, or workstations.
  • Description: An office is typically assigned to one or more persons as a station or work area. It may be equipped with desks, chairs, tables, bookcases, filing cabinets, computer workstations, microcomputers, or other office equipment. See use codes 320-Faculty, 330-Clerical, 340-Graduate Assistant and 345-Technical/Professional for more specific office coding. 310 should only be used if other office codes do not apply. etc.
  • Limitation: Any other rooms, such as glass shops, printing shops, study rooms, classrooms, research/nonclass laboratories, etc., that incidentally contain desk space for a technician or staff member, are classified according to the primary use of the room, rather than an office. Office areas do not need to have clearly visible physical boundaries; examples include open reception areas and library staff areas and library staff areas which would not otherwise be classified as Processing Rooms (440). In such cases, logical physical boundaries (phantom walls) may be assigned to calculate square footage. An office is differentiated from Office Service (315) by the latter's use as a casual or intermittent workstation or service room. For example, a room with a microcomputer intermittently used by one or more people separately assigned to an office should be coded as Office Service (315). A combination office, studio or research/nonclass laboratory should be coded according to its primary use if multiple room use codes with prorations are not used. A receptionist room that includes a waiting area should be coded as Office (310).
  • Definition: A room that directly serves an office or group of offices as an extension of the activities in those rooms.
  • Description: Includes file rooms, break rooms, kitchenettes serving office areas, copy and fax rooms, vaults, closets, private rest rooms, records rooms, office supply rooms, first aid rooms serving office areas, student counseling rooms, and testing (non-health and non-discipline-related) rooms, and open and private (restricted access) circulation areas.
  • Limitation: Waiting, interview, and testing rooms are included as office service if they serve a specific office or office area and not a classroom or laboratory; a student counseling (non-health) testing room should be coded as Office Service (315). A receptionist room that includes a waiting area should be coded as Office (310). Lounges which serve specific office areas and which are not generally available to the public should be coded as office Service (315). Centralized mail rooms, shipping or receiving areas, and duplication or printing shops that serve more than one building (or department or school, etc.) or that are campus-wide in scope should be classified Central Service (750).
  • Definition: A room housing faculty working at one or more desks, tables, or workstations.
  • Description: An office is typically assigned to one or more persons as a station or work area. It may be equipped with desks, chairs, tables, bookcases, filing cabinets, computer workstations, microcomputers, or other office equipment. See use codes 310-Office, 330-Clerical, 340-Graduate Assistant and 345-Technical/Professional for more specific office coding.
  • Limitation: Use code 320 should only be used for offices of regular full-time faculty (1101 object code), part-time or temporary faculty (1110 or 1120 object code), and Post Doctoral and Fellows (1353 object code). Any other rooms, such as glass shops, printing shops, study rooms, classrooms, research/nonclass laboratories, etc., that incidentally contain desk space for a technician or staff member, are classified according to the primary use of the room, rather than an office. Office areas do not need to have clearly visible physical boundaries; examples include open reception areas and library staff areas and library staff areas which would not otherwise be classified as Processing Rooms (440). In such cases, logical physical boundaries (phantom walls) may be assigned to calculate square footage. An office is differentiated from Office Service (315) by the latter's use as a casual or intermittent workstation or service room. For example, a room with a microcomputer intermittently used by one or more people separately assigned to an office should be coded as Office Service (315). A combination office, studio or research/nonclass laboratory should be coded according to its primary use if multiple room use codes with prorations are not used. A receptionist room that includes a waiting area should be coded as Office (310).
  • Definition: A room housing clerical staff working at one or more desks, tables, or workstations.
  • Description: An office is typically assigned to one or more persons as a station or work area. It may be equipped with desks, chairs, tables, bookcases, filing cabinets, computer workstations, microcomputers, or other office equipment. See use codes 310-Office, 320-Faculty, 340-Graduate Assistant and 345-Technical/Professional for more specific office coding.
  • Limitation: Use code 330 should only be used for offices of regular full-time or half-time clerical staff (1203 object code), part-time or temporary clerical staff (1210 or 1220 object code), and those service/maintenance and skilled crafts staff (1205 and 1206 object code) that occupy office space.. Any other rooms, such as glass shops, printing shops, study rooms, classrooms, research/nonclass laboratories, etc., that incidentally contain desk space for a technician or staff member, are classified according to the primary use of the room, rather than an office. Office areas do not need to have clearly visible physical boundaries; examples include open reception areas and library staff areas and library staff areas which would not otherwise be classified as Processing Rooms (440). In such cases, logical physical boundaries (phantom walls) may be assigned to calculate square footage. An office is differentiated from Office Service (315) by the latter's use as a casual or intermittent workstation or service room. For example, a room with a microcomputer intermittently used by one or more people separately assigned to an office should be coded as Office Service (315). A combination office, studio or research/nonclass laboratory should be coded according to its primary use if multiple room use codes with prorations are not used. A receptionist room that includes a waiting area should be coded as Office (310).
  • Definition: A room housing graduate assistant students working at one or more desks, tables, or workstations.
  • Description: An office is typically assigned to one or more persons as a station or work area. It may be equipped with desks, chairs, tables, bookcases, filing cabinets, computer workstations, microcomputers, or other office equipment. See use codes 310-Office, 320-Faculty, 330-Clerical and 345-Technical/Professional for more specific office coding.
  • Limitation: Use code 340 should only be used for offices of graduate assistants (1350 object code). Any other rooms, such as glass shops, printing shops, study rooms, classrooms, research/nonclass laboratories, etc., that incidentally contain desk space for a technician or staff member, are classified according to the primary use of the room, rather than an office. Office areas do not need to have clearly visible physical boundaries; examples include open reception areas and library staff areas and library staff areas which would not otherwise be classified as Processing Rooms (440). In such cases, logical physical boundaries (phantom walls) may be assigned to calculate square footage. An office is differentiated from Office Service (315) by the latter's use as a casual or intermittent workstation or service room. For example, a room with a microcomputer intermittently used by one or more people separately assigned to an office should be coded as Office Service (315). A combination office, studio or research/nonclass laboratory should be coded according to its primary use if multiple room use codes with prorations are not used. A receptionist room that includes a waiting area should be coded as Office (310).
  • Definition: A room housing technical-professional staff working at one or more desks, tables, or workstations.
  • Description: An office is typically assigned to one or more persons as a station or work area. It may be equipped with desks, chairs, tables, bookcases, filing cabinets, computer workstations, microcomputers, or other office equipment. See use codes 310-Office, 320-Faculty, 330-Clerical and 340-Graduate Assistant for more specific office coding.
  • Limitation: Use code 345 should only be used for offices of technical/paraprofessional staff (1204 object code), regular and half-time professionals (object code 1202), and regular and half-time executive, administrative, managers (1201 object codes). Any other rooms, such as glass shops, printing shops, study rooms, classrooms, research/nonclass laboratories, etc., that incidentally contain desk space for a technician or staff member, are classified according to the primary use of the room, rather than an office. Office areas do not need to have clearly visible physical boundaries; examples include open reception areas and library staff areas and library staff areas which would not otherwise be classified as Processing Rooms (440). In such cases, logical physical boundaries (phantom walls) may be assigned to calculate square footage. An office is differentiated from Office Service (315) by the latter's use as a casual or intermittent workstation or service room. For example, a room with a microcomputer intermittently used by one or more people separately assigned to an office should be coded as Office Service (315). A combination office, studio or research/nonclass laboratory should be coded according to its primary use if multiple room use codes with prorations are not used. A receptionist room that includes a waiting area should be coded as Office (310).
  • Definition: A room serving an office complex and used primarily for staff meetings and departmental activities.
  • Description: A conference room is typically equipped with tables and chairs. Normally it is used by a specific organizational unit or office area, whereas Meeting Rooms (680) are used for general purposes such as community or campus group meetings not associated with a particular department. If a room is used for both conference and meeting room functions, then the room should be classified according to its principal use. A conference room is distinguished from facilities such as seminar rooms, lecture rooms, and Classrooms (110) because it is used primarily for activities other than scheduled classes. A conference room is intended primarily for formal gatherings whereas a lounge is intended for relaxation and casual interaction. This category includes teleconference rooms.
  • Limitation: Does not include classrooms, seminar rooms, lecture rooms, (see 110), auditoria (see 610), departmental lounges (see 315), open lounges (see 650), and Meeting Rooms (see 680).
  • Definition: A room that directly serves one or more conference rooms as an extension of the activities in those rooms.
  • Description: Includes kitchenettes, storage rooms, telecommunications control booths, projection rooms, sound equipment rooms, etc., if they serve conference rooms.
  • Limitation: Excluded are service rooms that support meeting rooms (see 685) or offices (see 315).

400 Study Facilities

  • Definition: A room or area used by individuals to study at their convenience, which is not restricted to a particular subject or discipline by contained equipment.
  • Description: Includes study or reading rooms located in libraries, residential facilities, academic or student service facilities, study carrel and booth areas, and similar rooms which are intended for general study purposes. Study stations may be grouped, as in a library reading room, or individualized, as in a carrel. Study stations may include microcomputers, typewriters, computer terminals, microform readers, or other multimedia equipment. The category Study Room includes rooms commonly termed "learning labs" or "computer labs" if they are not restricted to specific disciplines by contained equipment or software. Study rooms are primarily used by students or staff for learning at their convenience, although access may be restricted by a controlling unit (e.g., departmental study room).
  • Limitation: Does not include Open Laboratories (220) that are restricted to a particular discipline or discipline group. This category also does not include Lounges (650) that are intended for relaxation and casual interaction.
  • Definition: A room used to house arranged collections of educational materials for use as a study resource.
  • Description: Stacks typically appear in central, branch, or departmental libraries and are characterized by accessible, arranged, and managed collections. Collections can include books, periodicals, journals, monographs, micro-materials, electronic storage media (e.g., tapes, disks, slides, etc.), musical scores, maps, and other educational materials.
  • Limitation: Does not include general storage areas for such materials that serve a particular room or area; such rooms would take the appropriate service code. Examples of these service rooms include tape storage rooms for language laboratories (see 225), book storage rooms for classrooms (see 115), music for general listening enjoyment (see 675). Also does not include collections of educational materials, regardless of form or type (i.e., from books to soils collections), which are for exhibition use as opposed to a study resource (see 620).
  • Definition: A combination study room and stack, generally without physical boundaries between the stack and study areas.
  • Description: Seating areas include those types of station and seating arrangements described under Study Room (410). The stack areas of these rooms may include any of the educational material collections described under Stack (420).
  • Limitation: Does not include Study Rooms (410) which have no stack areas. Those stack areas that have only a few incidental chairs or other seating, without a formally arranged study seating area, should be coded Stack (420).
  • Definition: A room or area devoted to processes and operations in support of library functions.
  • Description: A processing room is intended for specific library operations which support the overall library mission. Included are card, microfiche, and on-line catalog areas; reference desk and circulation desk areas; bookbinding rooms; on-line search rooms; multimedia materials processing areas; interlibrary loan processing areas; and other areas with a specific process or operation in support of library functions.
  • Limitation: Areas which serve both as office stations and processing rooms should be coded according to primary use. Small incidental processing areas in larger stack or study areas should be included within the larger primary activity category (see 410, 420, 430). Does not include typical support rooms that serve study and other primary activity areas, such as storage rooms, copy rooms, closets, and other service-type rooms (see 455). Acquisitions work areas with a primary office use should be classified as Office (310).
  • Definition: A room that directly serves study rooms, stacks, open-stack study rooms, or processing rooms as a direct extension of the activities in those rooms.
  • Description: Includes storage rooms, copy rooms, closets, locker rooms, coat rooms, and other typical service areas that support a primary study facilities room (see 410, 420, 430, 440).
  • Limitation: Does not include Processing Rooms (440) that house specific library support processes and operations (e.g., bookbinding rooms, multimedia processing rooms).

500 Special Use Facilities

  • Definition: A room or area used by Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) and ancillary units for military training and/or instructional activities.
  • Description: Rooms that are obviously designed or equipped for use in a military training or instructional program, such as indoor drill areas, indoor rifle ranges, and specially designed or equipped military science rooms, are included in this category. Ancillary units may include special rifle and drill teams.
  • Limitation: Conventional room use types such as Classrooms (110), Class Laboratories (210), Offices (310), and Study Rooms (410) are designated as such, even though they are located in an armory building. Military supply and weapons rooms are coded Armory Service (515).
  • Definition: A room that directly serves an armory facility as an extension of the activities in that facility.
  • Description: This category includes supply rooms, weapons rooms, and military equipment storage rooms.
  • Limitation: Rooms directly serving conventional primary activity areas are classified with the appropriate corresponding service code (e.g., 115- Classroom Service, 215-Class Laboratory Service, 315-Office Service, and 455- Study Service).
  • Definition: A room or area used by students, staff, or the public for athletic or physical education activities.
  • Description: Includes gymnasia, basketball courts, handball courts, squash courts, wrestling rooms, weight or exercise rooms, racquetball courts, indoor swimming pools, indoor putting areas, indoor ice rinks, indoor tracks, indoor stadium fields, and field houses. This category includes rooms used to teach dancing and bowling only if they are part of the physical education instructional program.
  • Limitation: This room use code does not distinguish instructional from intercollegiate, intramural, or recreational use of these areas. Additional classification through program classification structure codes makes this distinction. Classroom Facilities (100 series), Laboratory Facilities (200 series), Office Facilities (300 series) and other primary room use categories are coded as such, even though these areas may be located in an athletic or physical education building. Permanent spectator seating areas associated with athletic facilities are coded 523. Outdoor athletic areas, such as outdoor tennis and basketball courts, archery ranges, golf courses, and other outdoor fields, do not meet the definition of buildings and, therefore, are not assignable area. Recreational or amusement areas such as billiards rooms, game or arcade rooms, and music listening areas are classified Recreation (670), if they are not used for instructional purposes.
  • Definition: The seating area used by students, staff, or the public to watch athletic events.
  • Description: Includes indoor permanent or fixed seating areas in gymnasia, field houses, ice arenas, covered stadia, natatoria, and cycling arenas.
  • Limitation: Does not include temporary or movable seating areas (e.g., movable bleachers). Outdoor permanent seating is not assignable space though it may contain assignable areas under it (e.g., locker rooms, offices, etc.).
  • Definition: A room that directly serves an athletic or physical education facility as an extension of the activities in that facility.
  • Description: Includes locker rooms; shower rooms; nonoffice coaches' rooms; ticket booths; and rooms for dressing, equipment, supply, storage, first-aid, skate-sharpening, towels, etc.
  • Limitation: Does not include public rest rooms which should be classified as nonassignable building service space. Rooms which directly serve offices, classrooms, laboratories, etc., are classified with the appropriate corresponding service code. Cashiers' desks serving recreation facilities (see 670) are classified Recreation Service (675). Central ticket outlets serving multiple facilities or services are classified as Merchandising (660).
  • Definition: A room used for the production or distribution of multimedia materials or signals.
  • Description: Includes rooms generally called TV studios, radio studios, sound studios, photo studios, video or audio cassette and software production or distribution rooms, and media centers. These rooms have a clearly defined production or distribution function that serves a broader area (e.g., department, entire campus) than would a typical service room.
  • Limitation: Does not include rooms that merely store media materials and equipment. Such rooms would be coded as Media Production Service (535) rooms if serving the primary production or distribution room (see 530), or the appropriate service category for the room(s) they serve. Radio or TV broadcasting areas and other media rooms used for teaching broadcasting to students for instructional purposes should be coded as laboratories (see 210, 220). This classification also does not include centralized computer-based data processing and telecommunications equipment facilities (see 710).
  • Definition: A room that directly serves a media production or distribution room as an extension of the activities in that facility.
  • Description: The primary criterion here is that the room should serve a media production or distribution room and not another primary activity room. Examples include film, tape, or cassette libraries or storage areas; media equipment storage rooms; recording rooms; engineering maintenance rooms; darkrooms; preparation rooms; studio control booths; and other support areas that specifically serve a media production or distribution room (see 530).
  • Limitation: Those rooms containing media materials, equipment or operations which serve a primary activity room other than a 530 should be assigned the appropriate corresponding service code.
  • Definition: A room used for providing diagnosis, consultation, treatment, or other services to patients or clients in facilities other than those separately organized health care facilities related to medicine, veterinary medicine, dentistry, or student health care.
  • Description: Included are patient or client examination rooms, testing rooms, and consultation rooms. Clinics are typically associated with such educational areas as psychology, law, speech, hearing, and similar areas.
  • Limitation: Does not include clinics associated with student health care, student counseling services, or clinics for the medical or dental treatment of humans or animals (see 800 series). Also does not include rooms used for remedial instruction which should be classified as classrooms or laboratories (see 100 and 200 series) or testing or counseling rooms in non-health or non-discipline-related programs (see 315).
  • Definition: A room that directly serves a clinic facility as an extension of the activities in that facility.
  • Description: Included are waiting rooms, observation rooms, control rooms, records rooms, and similar supporting rooms.
  • Limitation: Does not include rooms that serve separately organized health care facilities (see 800 series). Also does not include first-aid treatment rooms that serve other primary activity areas (e.g., 525-Athletic Or Physical Education Service, 645-Day Care Service).
  • Definition: A room or group of rooms used to practice, within an instructional program, the principles of certain disciplines such as teaching, child care or development, and home management or economics.
  • Description: The key criterion here is practice activity within an instructional program which closely simulates a real-world or occupational setting. Includes demonstration day care and development centers, laboratory schools and home economics or management houses, when these facilities are used for practice as a part of collegiate training or instruction.
  • Limitation: Does not include day care and development centers which are not used as part of an instructional program (see 640). This category also does not include laboratories (see 200 series) that are used for direct delivery of instruction as opposed to practice. Demonstration schools, laboratory schools, day care centers, and home management houses in which students serve as the subjects for a research study are classified as Research/Nonclass Laboratories (250).
  • Definition: A room that directly serves a demonstration facility as an extension of the activities in that facility.
  • Description: Includes facilities generally called storerooms, pantries, etc., in a home-demonstration facility; and kitchens, lockers, shower rooms, etc., in a laboratory school. Similar support rooms which directly serve primary care and training areas in a demonstration day care center (see 550) are included in this category.
  • Limitation: Generally, the primary activity areas- such as kitchen, dining room, living room (in a home- demonstration house), or classrooms, laboratories, gymnasia that serve nursery, elementary, or secondary school students (in a laboratory school)-should be designated as Demonstration (550). Primary care and training areas in a (practice) day care center are also Demonstration (550) rooms. Kitchen and food preparation rooms in a demonstration day care facility are classified as service areas. Eating or break rooms for staff in demonstration day care centers are classified as service areas; eating or training rooms for children are classified as primary activity areas (see 550).
  • Definition: A barn or similar agricultural structure used for animal shelters or for the handling, storage, or protection of farm products, supplies, vehicles, or implements.
  • Description: Includes barns, animal and poultry shelters, sheds, silos, feed units, and hay storage. Structures are typically of light-frame construction with unfinished interiors and are frequently located outside the central campus area. Also includes storage space for farm vehicles and implements. Service areas that support field buildings are classified within this category.
  • Limitation: Animal quarters directly supporting research or instructional laboratories should be coded 570. Location of a building, on or off the main campus, is not sufficient justification for classification as a field building. Finished rooms with other uses (e.g., laboratories, classrooms, etc.) should be coded as appropriate. Does not include buildings that house nonagricultural or nonfarm related vehicles (see 740).
  • Definition: A room that houses laboratory animals used for research or instructional purposes.
  • Description: Includes animal rooms, cage rooms, stalls, wards, and similar rooms, for instruction and research.
  • Limitation: Animal Quarters are typically subject to the rules and regulations of agencies regarding the care and use of laboratory animals (e.g., requirements of the American Association of Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care [AAALAC]). Does not include areas for treatment of veterinary patient animals (see Health Care Facilities-800 series.) Does not include agricultural field buildings sheltering animals that do not directly support instruction or research (see 560).
  • Definition: A room that directly serves an animal quarters facility as an extension of the activities in that facility.
  • Description: Includes feed storage rooms, feed mixing rooms, cage washing rooms, nonpatient surgery rooms, casting rooms, or instrument rooms.
  • Limitation: Does not include areas that directly serve facilities used for the treatment of veterinary patient animals (see Health Care Facilities-800 series).
  • Definition: A building or room, usually composed chiefly of glass, plastic, or other light transmitting material, which is used for the cultivation or protection of plants or seedlings for research, instruction, or campus physical maintenance or improvement purposes.
  • Description: The primary criterion here is the combination of structural design as a greenhouse and the use for cultivation or protection. An example would be a greenhouse that serves as a laboratory or service area for a botany or vocational (e.g., horticulture) education program. This category includes any facility serving the greenhouse function (e.g., warehouse facilities equipped with special lighting controls for the cultivation or protection of plants).
  • Limitation: Greenhouses that are not used for plant cultivation or protection should be classified according to specific use (e.g., a greenhouse used for central storage should be coded 730).
  • Definition: A room that directly serves a greenhouse facility as an extension of the activities in that facility.
  • Description: Includes equipment or materials storage areas and rooms generally called headhouses.
  • Limitation: Excludes storage areas that do not directly serve greenhouses.
  • Definition: A category of last resort.
  • Description: Included as a category of last resort to be used only for those rooms or facilities that cannot be described, even approximately, with other codes and definitions.
  • Limitation: Should have very limited use, if used at all.

600 General Use Facilities

  • Definition: A room designed and equipped for the assembly of many persons for such events as dramatic, musical, devotional, livestock judging, or commencement activities.
  • Description: Includes theaters, auditoria, concert halls, arenas, chapels, and livestock judging pavilions that are used primarily for general presentations (speakers), performances (dramatic, musical, dance), and devotional services. Seating areas, orchestra pits, chancels, arenas, aisles, and stages (if not used primarily for instruction) are included in and usually aggregated into the assembly space. This category also includes chapels located in health care, residential, or other facilities.
  • Limitation: Stage areas used primarily for instruction or practice (dance, music, drama) are typically coded separately as laboratory space (see 210, 220). Assembly facilities that are used primarily as instructional lecture halls are classified as Classroom (110) space.
  • Definition: A room or area that directly serves an assembly facility as an extension of the activities in that facility.
  • Description: Includes check rooms, coat rooms, ticket booths, dressing rooms, projection booths, property storage, make-up rooms, costume and scenery shops and storage, green rooms, multimedia and telecommunications control rooms, etc.
  • Limitation: Entrance lobbies and other circulation areas outside of the primary assembly room are classified as nonassignable (circulation) space. A concession stand in an assembly facility is classified as Merchandising (660). Lounge areas that are remote from the assembly area within an assembly facility are classified by the appropriate service code of the Lounge (650) code.
  • Definition: A room or area used for exhibition of materials, works of art, artifacts, etc., and intended for general use by faculty, students, staff, and the public.
  • Description: Includes both departmental and institution-wide museums, galleries, and similar exhibition areas which are used to display materials and items for viewing by both the institutional population and the public. Planetariums used primarily for exhibition are also included in this category. Planetariums used primarily for research should be classified in the laboratory (200) series.
  • Limitation: Displays that are intended only for instructional purposes and not for general exhibitions (e.g., departmental instructional displays of anthropological, botanical, or geological specimens) should be classified as laboratory or laboratory service (see 200 series). Does not include bulletin boards and similar temporary or incidental displays in hallways, student centers, etc. Also does not include collections of educational materials, regardless of form or type (e.g., books, tapes, soils collections), which are for study resource as opposed to exhibition use (see 420).
  • Definition: A room that directly serves an exhibition facility as an extension of the activities in that facility.
  • Description: Includes preparation workrooms, storage rooms, vaults, etc., that serve general exhibition areas (see 620).
  • Limitation: Research areas in museums are classified as Research/Nonclass Laboratory (250) or Research/Nonclass Laboratory Service (225). Service areas for displays that are part of an instructional program are classified as classroom service or laboratory service areas.
  • Definition: A room used for eating.
  • Description: Includes dining halls, cafeterias, snack bars, restaurants, and similar eating areas, including such areas in residence halls, faculty clubs, etc. This category includes facilities open to students, faculty, staff, or the public at large. The primary distinction of a Food Facility (630) area is the availability of some form of accommodation (seating, counters, tables) for eating or drinking. This is, therefore, an area intended for the actual consumption of food and drink. Vending areas with seating, counters or tables and sit-down lunch or vending rooms that serve a shop facility are included in this category.
  • Limitation: Vending areas not provided with seating, counters or tables are classified as Merchandising (660) or with the appropriate service code if the vending directly supports or is adjacent to a specific room for consuming the products (e.g., a 635-vending room serving a 630-dining hall). Lounges (650) with vending machines that are incidental to the primary use of the room (i.e., relaxation) are coded as part of the lounge, if within the room, or as Lounge Service (655) if separate from and directly supporting the main lounge facility (see 650). Break rooms serving specific office areas are classified as Office Service (315). Eating areas for children in demonstration or day care facilities are classified as primary activity categories within these respective areas (see 550, 640); staff-only eating or break rooms in these facilities are classified as service areas (see 555, 645).
  • Definition: A room that directly serves a food facility as an extension of the activities in that facility.
  • Description: Includes kitchens and other preparation areas, cold storage, and freezer refrigeration rooms, dishwashing rooms, food serving areas, cleaning areas, etc. Includes first aid and vending areas directly serving food facilities, or adjacent to an eating area.
  • Limitation: Does not include any type of food preparation room which does not serve a food facility or eating area (see 630). Kitchenettes in residence facilities that do not serve dining area are classified as Sleep/Study Service (935). Service areas for vending rooms (see 660) are classified as Merchandising Service (665). Kitchens and food preparation areas in demonstration or day care facilities are classified as service areas to those facilities (see 555, 645).
  • Definition: A room used to provide day or night, child or elderly adult care as a nonmedical service to members of the institutional community.
  • Description: Includes all primary activity rooms that provide oversight, supervision, developmental training and general personal care for assigned children or adults (e.g., play areas, nonstaff eating areas, and child training rooms). This type of facility serves as a central service center for faculty, staff, and students, with members of the community being served as needed. This is not a medical care facility (i.e., medical attention is strictly limited to maintaining prescribed medication schedules and providing first aid).
  • Limitation: Does not include those support rooms (e.g., storage rooms, closets, and pantries) typically used as service rooms (see 645). This category also does not include demonstration houses, laboratory schools or other facilities with a primary function of providing collegiate practice as part of the instructional process (see 550). Also excluded from this category are those service areas classified as Central Service (750), and Laboratory Facilities (200 series) that directly support instruction (e.g., vocational training programs for parent education and early childhood education).
  • Definition: A room that directly serves a primary activity room in a day care facility as an extension of the activities in that room.
  • Description: Includes storage rooms, closets, kitchens, pantries, private or staff rest rooms, and other typical service rooms that support a primary activity area.
  • Limitation: Does not include those rooms (e.g., child training rooms, playrooms-see 640) where primary day care activities are conducted. Rest rooms designed for child training should be coded 640; staff-only rest rooms should be coded 645. Kitchen or food preparation areas in a day care facility are classified as service areas (see 645). Staff eating or break areas should be coded 645, whereas eating or training areas for children are classified as primary activity space (see 640). Staff office areas should be coded 310.
  • Definition: A room used for rest and relaxation that is not restricted to a specific group of people, unit or area.
  • Description: A lounge facility is typically equipped with upholstered furniture, draperies, or carpeting, and may include vending machines. A general use lounge (see 650) differs from an office area or break room lounge (see 315) by virtue of its public availability. If a room is open for use by people visiting or passing through a building or area, it is coded Lounge (650). Such a room may have vending machines if the primary use of the room is rest, relaxation, informal socializing and not for eating (see 630).
  • Limitation: A lounge facility is distinguished from a Conference Room (350) and a Meeting Room (680), both of which are intended for formal meetings, by its more informal function of rest, relaxation or casual interaction and its public availability. A lounge area associated with a public rest room is included with the rest room as nonassignable (building service area) space. A room devoted to vending machines without accommodation (seating, counters or tables) for local food or drink consumption is classified as Merchandising (660). A lounge that directly serves a specific or restricted area is classified by the appropriate corresponding service code (e.g., a lounge serving an assembly facility is classified 615-Assembly Service). A lounge differs from a lobby (nonassignable circulation area) in placement, use, and intent. A lobby is generally located at a major entrance with openings to hallways on more than one side; and although it may have seating furniture, it is designed more for walking through (or having standing conversations) than for sitting and relaxing. Separate waiting rooms in other than health care facilities are classified with the appropriate service code according to the room or area they serve. A receptionist room that includes a waiting area should be classified as Office (310). Public waiting areas in health care facilities are coded as 880.
  • Definition: A room that directly serves a general use lounge facility.
  • Description: Includes kitchenettes, storage areas, and vending rooms that directly serve a general use lounge facility (see 650).
  • Limitation: This category does not include kitchenettes, storage rooms, and small vending areas that directly serve other room use types (e.g., a small vending area serving a dining hall eating area should be classified as 635-Food Facility Service).
  • Definition: A room used to sell products or services.
  • Description: Includes product and service sales areas such as bookstores, student supply stores, barber or beauty shops, post offices, campus food stores, walk-away vending machine rooms, and central ticket outlets servicing multiple facilities or activities.
  • Limitation: Does not include dining rooms, restaurants, snack bars, and similar Food Facilities (630). A vending machine room that directly serves a dining, lounge or other primary activity area is classified with the appropriate service code; a vending machine area within a general use lounge is included in the Lounge (650) space. Vending areas that include accommodations (seating, counters, or tables) for consuming the products are classified as Food Facility (630). Meeting and conference rooms in hotels or motels are classified in the appropriate category of Residential Facilities (900 series). Cashiers' desks that serve a specific recreational facility or area are classified as service space for that area (see 670, 675). Day care centers used for practice within an instructional program are classified as Demonstration (550). Day care centers that are not part of such a program are classified under Day Care (640).
  • Definition: A room that directly serves a merchandising facility as an extension of the activities in that facility.
  • Description: Includes storage rooms and closets, sorting rooms, private rest rooms, and other support rooms if they directly serve a Merchandising (660) facility.
  • Limitation: Storage rooms, sorting rooms, and private rest rooms that do not serve a merchandising area should be classified using the appropriate service code for the corresponding room use type.
  • Definition: A room used by students, staff or the public for recreational purposes.
  • Description: Includes exercise and general fitness rooms, billiards rooms, game and arcade rooms, bowling alleys, table tennis rooms, dance or ballrooms, chess rooms, card playing rooms, hobby rooms, TV rooms, reading (nonstudy) rooms, and music listening rooms that are used for recreation and amusement and not for instructional purposes. Recreation rooms and areas are used for relaxation, amusement-type activities, whereas Athletic Or Physical Education (520) facilities are typically used for the more vigorous pursuits within physical education, intercollegiate athletics, and intramural programs.
  • Limitation: Does not include gymnasia, basketball courts, weight rooms, racquetball courts, handball courts, squash courts, wrestling rooms, indoor swimming pools, indoor ice rinks, indoor tracks, indoor stadium fields, indoor golf and other areas primarily used for physical education, intramural or intercollegiate athletic activities (see 520). Outdoor athletic and physical education fields, courts, and other nonenclosed areas are also excluded because they are not building space. This category also does not include bowling alleys, dance rooms, or any other activity areas that are primarily used for instruction. Reading or media use rooms that are designed and intended as study rooms are also excluded from this category (see 410).
  • Definition: A room that directly serves a recreation facility as an extension of the activities in that facility.
  • Description: Includes storage rooms, closets, equipment issue rooms, cashiers' desks, first aid, and other support areas that directly serve a Recreation (670) facility.
  • Limitation: Does not include kitchens, snack bars, or other Food Facilities (630) and Food Facility Service (635) areas. Locker rooms, shower rooms, ticket booths, dressing rooms, equipment rooms, and other areas directly serving Athletic Or Physical Education (520) facilities are classified as service rooms (see 525) to those facilities. Central ticket outlets serving multiple facilities or services are classified as Merchandising (660).
  • Definition: A room that is used by the institution or the public for a variety of nonclass meetings.
  • Description: The key concept here is public availability. Conference Rooms (350) are often confused with meeting rooms because they are both primarily used for nonclass meetings. However, conference rooms are restricted service components of an office complex or used by office occupants of a specific area and are generally limited to staff meetings or other departmental nonclass activities. Although it may be assigned to a specific organizational unit, a meeting room is more available and open to study groups, boards, governing groups, community groups, various student groups, nonemployees of the institution, and various combinations of institutional and community members. Meeting rooms in institutional hotels or motels and other for-fee meeting rooms are included in this category. Meeting rooms may be configured like classrooms (i.e., with participant focus to the front of the room), and may be equipped with a variety of furniture types (e.g., tables and chairs, lounge-type furniture, tablet armchairs, or a large table) in various combinations and arrangements.
  • Limitation: Rooms serving an office complex and used primarily for staff meetings are classified as Conference Room (350). Seminar and lecture rooms used primarily for scheduled classes are classified as Classroom (110). Rooms designed and equipped for the assembly of many persons for such events as dramatic, musical or devotional activities, etc., should be classified as Assembly (610).
  • Definition: A room that serves a meeting room as an extension of the activities in that room.
  • Description: Includes kitchenettes, multimedia storage and control rooms, furniture storage rooms, and other support rooms that directly serve a meeting room.
  • Limitation: Does not include kitchenettes, storage rooms, and other support areas that serve a Conference Room (335) or Assembly Facility (615).

700 Support Facilities

  • Definition: A room used as a computer-based data processing or telecommunications center with applications that are broad enough to serve the overall administrative or academic primary equipment needs of a central group of users, department, college, school, or entire institution.
  • Description: A Central Computer or Telecommunications room may be one of a group of rooms which constitute a center for delivering computer-based data processing or telecommunications services to various levels of user groups. Although the ongoing primary activity of this category is tied more closely to equipment than human activity, these areas require technical support staff, and physical access may be restricted to these personnel. These central equipment rooms appear most frequently at the campus-wide and large organizational unit levels and are generally subject to environmental and security controls and procedures limiting users to electronic terminal, telephone or modem access. Includes central rooms housing computer or computers (e.g., large mainframe, minicomputers, etc.), peripheral input (e.g., data entry terminals, input tape or disk drives, data reading equipment, etc.) and output (e.g., printers, output tape or disk drives, etc.) devices. This category also includes rooms in a central computer complex which are primarily or exclusively dedicated to data or program code entry or job submissions through one or more terminals. Computer-based telecommunications equipment rooms, ranging from micro-driven LAN (local area) to the larger PBX (private branch) network centers, including central rooms housing satellite signal reception or transmission equipment, should be assigned the 710 code. This equipment may be dedicated to data, audio or telephone, video or any combination of these electronic transmissions.
  • Limitation: Does not include office space (see 310) assigned to programmers, analysts, engineers, data entry personnel, and other technical staff even though these rooms usually contain an access terminal. Also does not include instructional laboratories and study rooms equipped with personal computers or terminals (see 210, 220, 410), or offices with data processing equipment used as office tools (see 310, 315). Personnel computer or terminal work rooms and printer rooms that serve an office area should be coded Office Service (315). Small closet areas housing reception or distribution telecommunications equipment and wiring which are not used by technical or support staff on a regular basis (i.e., repair or modification only) should be classified as nonassignable mechanical space.
  • Definition: A room that directly serves a central computer or telecommunications facility as an extension of the activities in that facility.
  • Description: Includes paper and forms storage, off-line tape and disk storage, separate control or console rooms or booths, tool and parts rooms, bursting and decollating rooms, areas used to store only inactive support equipment (e.g., multiplexers, modems, spoolers, etc.), and separate areas used for delivering tapes or picking up printouts. Also includes the repair and assembly rooms that directly serve the central computer or telecommunications facility.
  • Limitation: Does not include office areas for personnel (e.g., technicians, engineers, analysts, programmers) assigned to the central computer facility (see 310), primary equipment (computer, I/O device) rooms (see 710), and office areas containing data processing or networking office service equipment materials (see 310, 315). Also does not include rooms directly supporting study rooms (see 455) or laboratories (see 215, 225, 255) that contain special computer equipment used for study, instruction or research. A nonoffice workroom containing a remote printer or data/job entry terminal that is part of an office area, and not the central computer facility, should be coded Office Service (315). A printer room serving a general purpose terminal room in a dormitory should be classified as Study Service (455).
  • Definition: A room used for the manufacture, repair, or maintenance of products or equipment.
  • Description: Includes carpenter, plumbing, HVAC, electrical and painting shops, and similar physical plant maintenance facilities. This category also includes centralized shops for construction or repair of research or instructional equipment, and repair and maintenance of multimedia equipment and devices. Special purpose shops (e.g., glass blowing, machining) supporting multiple rooms for scientific instruction and research are included in this category.
  • Limitation: Does not include instructional "shops" (i.e., industrial arts or vocational-technical shops used for instruction), which should be classified as Laboratory Facilities (200 series). Facilities used for producing and distributing multimedia materials and signals are classified as Media Production (530). Architectural and engineering drafting rooms serving the physical plant operation are classified as Office (310). Blueprint storage rooms are classified as Office Service (315). Small, incidental equipment repair, assembly or cleaning rooms that directly serve an adjacent or nearby primary activity room should be classified according to the appropriate corresponding service code. This category also does not include areas used for the repair and maintenance of institution owned vehicles (see 745) or rooms directly serving media production or distribution areas (see 535). Also excludes costume and scene "shops" serving theater areas (see 615). Greenhouses used for campus physical maintenance or improvements should be coded 580.
  • Definition: A room that directly serves a shop facility as an extension of the activities in that facility.
  • Description: Includes tool storage rooms, materials storage rooms, and similar equipment or material supply or storage rooms. Locker, shower, first aid, and similar nonpublic areas that serve the shop facility should be included.
  • Limitation: Does not include service area for class laboratories (see 215) or research/nonclass laboratories (see 255). Also does not include vehicular repair facilities (garages) classified as Vehicle Storage Service (745). Blueprint storage rooms should be classified as Office Service (315). Rooms directly serving media production or distribution facilities are coded 535. Sit-down lunch or vending rooms that serve a shop facility are classified Food Facility (630).
  • Definition: A room or building that is used to store equipment or materials and that serves multiple room use categories, organizational units, or buildings.
  • Description: The concept of central or general is key to applying this code correctly. The vast majority of storage rooms on campus are service rooms (e.g., 115, 215, 355, 615, etc.) that directly support a primary activity room or room group; for example, a paper storage room (see 315) can serve several offices (see 310) in an area. Service storage rooms are somewhat close to the areas they serve and are used more than occasionally. Central storage areas include areas commonly called warehouses, surplus storage, central campus supply or storage and inactive storage. A storage room incidentally used to store janitorial supplies would remain in this category. It also includes storage rooms in a building or building area that serve multiple rooms use categories and which are used for general or surplus (e.g., furniture, equipment) collection or storage. The 730 code can usually be used for all storage areas that do not qualify as service rooms.
  • Limitation: Does not include a storage room directly serving a primary room use category or group of such rooms (i.e., a room that is clearly a service room). Also, this category does not include nonassignable area (circulation, building service, or mechanical areas). Offices within warehouses or other central storage buildings are coded as Office (310). Centralized food stores and laundries are classified Central Service (750).
  • Definition: A room that directly serves a central storage facility as an extension of the activities in that facility.
  • Description: Central storage service rooms are typically limited to support rooms associated with the transporting of materials in and out of large central storage facilities and warehouses. Storage rooms for hand trucks and other moving equipment, shelving storage, and other rooms supporting the central storage function are included.
  • Limitation: Only those rooms directly supporting the (usually) larger Central Storage (730) area should be classified with this code.
  • Definition: A room or structure that is to house or store vehicles.
  • Description: Includes structures, buildings, and rooms generally called garages, boat houses, and airplane hangars. The definition of "vehicle" is broadly interpreted here to include forklifts, moving equipment, and other powered transport devices or equipment.
  • Limitation: This category does not include unroofed surface parking lots. It also does not include structures that house or store farm vehicles and implements (see 560).
  • Definition: A room that directly serves a vehicle storage facility as an extension of the activities in that facility.
  • Description: Includes any areas or rooms directly serving a vehicle storage facility, such as storage rooms and areas used for maintenance and repair of automotive equipment, boats, airplanes, and other vehicles as defined in Vehicle Storage (740).
  • Limitation: Does not include shops as defined in Shop (720) above (e.g., carpenter, plumbing, electrical, painting, etc.). Offices with a Vehicle Storage facility should be classified as such (see 310).
  • Definition: A room or area that is used for the processing, preparation, testing, or delivery of a complex-central or campus-wide support service.
  • Description: The central service delivery may be provided by special equipment, human activity, the special availability of space, or any combination of these elements. Includes centralized food stores and laundries which typically serve the occupants or activities of more than one building. Also includes central facilities for printing and duplicating services, central mail facilities, central shipping and receiving areas, and central environmental testing and monitoring facilities, if they serve the occupants and activities of more than one building. Institutions may wish to differentiate individual central services through the use of additional codes in this series. Most of these centralized areas have a campus-wide service scope.
  • Limitation: Does not include those rooms providing the above listed functions if they support other primary activity rooms in the same building. For example, a food storage area in a cafeteria should be coded 635; a laundry room in a residence hall should be coded 935; a copy or mail room in an office area is coded 315. Media Production (530) or distribution facilities and computer-based data processing and telecommunications equipment centers (see 710) are coded separately. Facilities used for the manufacture, repair or maintenance of products or equipment should be coded Shop (720). Central Storage (730) or supply facilities and Vehicle Storage (740) facilities also have separate codes.
  • Definition: A room that directly serves a central service facility as an extension of the activities in that facility.
  • Description: Central Service Support rooms are typically to extension storage rooms for supplies, parts, and moving or nonactive equipment; and adjacent, directly supporting repair and maintenance areas.
  • Limitation: Offices within a central service area or complex should be coded Office (310). Centralized physical plant repair and maintenance facilities that do not directly support a Central Service (750) facility should be coded Shop (720).
  • Definition: A centralized facility used for the storage, treatment, or disposal of hazardous or toxic waste materials.
  • Description: Hazardous or toxic materials include any materials which have been designated for specific or formal regulation or controls on the basis of a potential harm to plant or animal life. Includes facilities devoted to the treatment or disposal of toxic or hazardous.
  • Limitation: Does not include temporary storage or disposal sites located near or adjacent to instructional or research facilities (see 215, 225, 255).
  • Definition: A facility that serves a centralized facility used for the storage, treatment, or disposal of hazardous or toxic waste materials.
  • Description: Includes those facilities that directly serve the Hazardous Materials (760) facility.
  • Limitation: Does not include those facilities that serve temporary storage or disposal sites located near or adjacent to instructional or research facilities.

800 Health Care Facilities

  • Definition: A room equipped with a bed and used for patient care.
  • Description: This category includes general nursing care, acute care, semiconvalescent and rehabilitative adult or pediatric bedrooms, intensive care units, progressive coronary care units, emergency bed care units, observation units, infant care nurseries, incubator units, wards, etc. Connected clothes closets may be aggregated with the 810 space or classified separately as 815. Stalls for animal patients are also included, although specific bedding areas may not be provided. Veterinary facility areas commonly called veterinary quarters, small or large animal ward, equine stall, bovine stall, bovine stall, etc., are included in this category.
  • Limitation: Student residence quarters should be classified with the Residential Facilities (900 series) codes. Staff on-call rooms for resting and sleeping are coded 890. Does not include nonpatient animal shelters used for farm animals (see 560) or nonveterinary school laboratory animals (see 570).
  • Definition: A room that directly serves one or more patient bedrooms as an extension of the activities in those rooms.
  • Description: Included are linen closets, patient lounges, children's play rooms and any other service areas that are used primarily by patients as opposed to staff. Also includes small anterooms and closets connected to the patient bedrooms if these areas are not aggregated with the 810 space. Veterinary facility areas commonly called ward storage and groom rooms should be classified within this category.
  • Limitation: Excludes the small, connected clothes closets in patient bedrooms, which are included in the 810 space. Support areas that do not directly serve a patient bedroom or patient bedroom ward should be classified with the service code corresponding to the primary activity area being served. Also not included are the utility, storage, medication preparation and other work rooms that serve a nurse station (see 835). Does not include feed storage or mixing rooms, cage washing areas, surgery, casting or instrument rooms that serve a laboratory animal quarters facility (see 575). Veterinary institution feed storage and food preparation rooms are classified as Nurse Station Service (835).
  • Definition: A room containing patient bath and toilet facilities.
  • Description: Included in this category are toilet and bath facilities adjoining or in conjunction with patient bedrooms. These rooms may contain various configurations of toilet, tub, shower, or commode facilities. Animal cleaning rooms in veterinary schools are included in this classification unless the cleaning rooms are specifically used for surgery preparation (see 845).
  • Limitation: Public rest rooms and private rest rooms serving areas other than patient bedrooms (e.g., 315, 835) are excluded. Special tub rooms used by nursing staff for cleaning patients are classified Nurse Station Service (835). Animal groom rooms should be coded 815.
  • Definition: A room or area used by nurses or other patient care staff who are supervising or administering health care services.
  • Description: This is the primary workstation area used by nurses and other patient care staff; these personnel are typically assigned to a specific ward of the facility. Includes ward reception and admissions desks and records or charting work areas.
  • Limitation: Rooms that are used as offices should be classified appropriately (see 310).
  • Definition: A room that directly serves one or more nurse station rooms as an extension of the activities in those rooms.
  • Description: Includes nurse lounges or break rooms, locker rooms, private staff rest rooms, utility rooms, storage (e.g., medications, supplies, etc.), formula and medication preparation areas, equipment sterilization and other work rooms directly serving the nurse station. Also includes special tub rooms, nourishment rooms and separate storage rooms for records and charts. Animal or poultry maintenance service rooms in veterinary institutions, including tack rooms, horse shoeing rooms, food preparation and feed storage rooms, are also included in this category.
  • Limitation: Rooms used as offices should be classified appropriately (see 310). Pharmacy and other central supply areas are classified Central Supplies (870). Areas directly serving patient bedrooms are coded 815. Additional codes may be used to distinguish clean and soiled utility rooms, medication and nourishment rooms, etc., as needed.
  • Definition: A room used for surgery.
  • Description: Included in this category are major and minor surgery rooms, delivery rooms and special procedures operating rooms (e.g., OB-GYN, ophthalmic operating rooms). These rooms are typically equipped with operating room tables, sterile lights, anesthesia machines and various types of monitoring equipment. Also includes rooms in veterinary facilities typically referred to as large animal surgery, small animal (includes poultry) surgery, bovine surgery, bull surgery, etc.
  • Limitation: Does not include the various surgery support rooms that are used as a direct extension of surgery activities (see 845). Also does not include rooms used for the minor invasive procedures (e.g., blood withdrawal, cardiac catheterization) of the diagnostic examination process (see 850).
  • Definition: A room that directly serves a surgery room as an extension of the activities in that facility.
  • Description: Included are recovery rooms, labor rooms, special support equipment rooms (e.g., anesthesia, heart, lung, X-ray, etc.), dictation booths, scrub-up rooms, gown rooms, locker rooms, instrument cleanup and storage rooms, sterile supply storage rooms, patient (surgery preparation) cleaning rooms, monitor rooms, gas and gurney storage areas, postoperative and operating room repair rooms, clean and dirty linen areas, and animal holding rooms if these rooms directly serve the surgery facility.
  • Limitation: Storage and other support rooms that do not directly serve a Surgery (840) facility should be classified with the appropriate service room category. Rooms used for the direct implementation of surgical procedures are classified Surgery (840).
  • Definition: A room used for diagnostic and therapeutic treatment.
  • Description: Included are rooms used for radiology, fluoroscopy, angiography, physical and occupational therapy, dialysis, body (e.g., CAT, MRI, ultrasound) scanning, cardiac catheterization, pulmonary function and vascular testing, EEG, ECG, EMC, EMR, linear acceleration, and dental examination and treatment. Also includes combined doctor's office and treatment/examination rooms. In veterinary institutions, rooms commonly called isolation treatment, small or large animal treatment, small or large animal X-ray, swine treatment, etc., are included.
  • Limitation: Does not include rooms used for the more radically invasive treatment procedures of surgery (see 840). Treatment/Examination (850) diagnosis differs from Diagnostic Service Laboratory (860) testing and diagnosis in that the former requires the presence of the patient.
  • Definition: A room that directly serves a treatment/examination room as an extension of the activities in that facility.
  • Description: Included are dressing rooms, X-ray and film reading or viewing rooms, film processing rooms, dark rooms, work preparation areas, equipment and supply storage areas, sound proof rooms, patient dressing rooms, and clean and dirty linen rooms if these areas directly serve the primary activity treatment/examination facility. Also includes rooms in veterinary institutions commonly called animal holding, swine holding pen, etc., if these areas serve a treatment/examination area.
  • Limitation: Does not include service areas for diagnostic service laboratories (see 860, 865), which typically support the entire health care facility. Primary activity rooms that are used to deliver therapeutic and diagnostic treatment should be coded Treatment/Examination (850). Treatment or examination waiting rooms are classified as Public Waiting (880) facilities.
  • Definition: A room used to provide diagnostic support services to an entire health care facility.
  • Description: Includes pathology, pharmacy, autopsy, isotope rooms or labs, etc., providing such services as hematology, chemistry tissue, bacteriology, serology, blood bank and basal metabolism. Also includes areas commonly termed canine, feline, poultry, bovine or equine necropsy rooms in veterinary institutions.
  • Limitation: Laboratories used primarily for instructional purposes should be classified with the Laboratory Facilities (200) series. Rooms used for diagnostic and therapeutic examination or treatment of patients should be classified as Treatment/Examination (850) facilities.
  • Definition: A room that directly serves a diagnostic service laboratory as an extension of the activities in that facility.
  • Description: Included are cadaver storage rooms, morgues, autoclave and centrifuge rooms, warm and cold rooms, locker, scrub-up and gown rooms, special processing rooms, and supply and storage areas that directly serve one or more diagnostic service laboratories. Also includes carcass refrigerators and other areas with the above service functions in veterinary institutions.
  • Limitation: Does not include storage areas, dressing rooms, work preparation rooms and other areas that support a patient treatment or examination room (see 855).
  • Definition: A room used centrally to store health care supplies in a health care facility.
  • Description: This classification, which serves a central storage or supply function similar to the Central Storage (730) classification, applies only to health care materials and supplies in a health care facility. Storage is relatively inactive in comparison to (usually smaller) standard service rooms. Included are pharmacy supply and storage rooms, dispensary areas and central linen storage rooms. Additional codes may be used by institutions that wish to differentiate among the specific materials being stored.
  • Limitation: Does not include central storage areas for materials or equipment which is not directly health care related (e.g., furniture, office equipment); such areas should be classified Central Storage (730). Linen closets that serve nurse stations and other limited scope service areas should be classified with the appropriate service code.
  • Definition: A room used by the public to await admission, treatment or information within a health care facility.
  • Description: Included are lobby areas that are specifically configured and furnished for public waiting; physical boundaries should be assigned, as needed, to define nonassignable areas of entrance lobbies which simply serve a circulation function. Also includes patient waiting rooms, reception and visiting areas, viewing rooms and ward day rooms.
  • Limitation: Open lounges (see 650) and other service room lounges (e.g., patient lounge-see 815) should be classified appropriately. Only areas specifically assigned to public waiting, for admission, treatment or information, should be classified with this code.
  • Definition: A room or quarters used by health care staff to rest or sleep while on-call to assigned duties within a health care facility.
  • Description: Includes areas or rooms used by doctors, nurses, emergency medical technicians, flight care crews, etc., to rest or sleep while on-call to specific duties within a the facility
  • Limitation: Staff on-call rooms or quarters differ from open and service area lounges (see 650) in that specific provisions are made for sleeping, and use is restricted to staff who typically work a long shift. Bedrooms for patients should be coded 810; student residence quarters should be classified with the Residential Facilities (900 series) codes.
  • Definition: A room that directly serves a staff on-call room as an extension of the activities in that facility.
  • Description: Includes kitchens, baths, laundry rooms, lounges, closets, storage rooms, and other service areas that directly serve the on-call quarters.
  • Limitation: Does not include storage and other support rooms that serve patient bedrooms (see 815). Also excluded are central supply areas (see 870).

900 Residential Facilities

  • Definition: A residential room for one or more individuals typically furnished with bed(s), wardrobe(s), closet(s), desk(s), and chair(s), without an internally connected bath, toilet, or either.
  • Description: Includes single or multiple sleep/study rooms. A sleep/study facility may be a room for combined sleep/study, a room exclusively for sleeping, or a room for living and study. Connected closets are considered part of the room.
  • Limitation: Study rooms for general use, available and open to the dormitory residents at large, and not part of bedroom or sleeping room suites, should be classified as Study Room (410). Residential quarters equipped with internal cooking facilities are coded Apartment (950). Separate food preparation rooms serving sleep/study areas, including small kitchens used by the occupants, are coded Sleep/Study Service (935) unless there is an accompanying eating area (see 630) that the food preparation area directly serves. The appropriate service code of 635 would then be applied.
  • Definition: A toilet or bathroom intended only for the occupants of the residential facilities, rather than for the public.
  • Description: Includes common or shared bathroom facilities which may consist of full or half-bath, shower, or toilet and shower combinations, used by the residents and accessible form a corridor or other general circulation area.
  • Limitation: Does not include public rest rooms. Bathrooms internal to a sleep/study room (see 920), Apartment (950), or House (970) are included in those respective categories. Private rest room areas that serve offices are Office Service (315).
  • Definition: A residential room for one or more individuals, typically furnished with bed(s), wardrobe(s), closet(s), desk(s), and chair(s), with an internally connected bath or toilet.
  • Description: Includes single or multiple sleep/study rooms with bath facilities internal to the suite and not separately classified Toilet Or Bath (919). A sleep/study facility with toilet or bath may be a room for combined sleep/study, a room exclusively for sleeping, or a room for living and study, and includes connected closets. A sleep/study with toilet or bath facility, by definition, has a private toilet or bath that is accessible without having to go out to a hallway or other general circulation area. Suites may have a study and living room which is private to the residents of the suite area. These areas are included as part of the Sleep/Study With Toilet Or Bath (920) space.
  • Limitation: Study rooms for general use, available and open to the dormitory residents at large, and not part of bedroom or sleeping room suites, should be classified as Study Rooms 9410). Residential quarters equipped with cooking facilities are coded as Apartment (950). Sleep/Study Rooms Without Toilet or Bath (910) and their corresponding external Toilet Or Bath (919) rooms are coded separately.
  • Definition: A room that directly serves the occupants of sleep/study rooms.
  • Description: This is the service code for the 910 and 920 residential facility categories. Includes mail rooms, laundry and pressing rooms, linen closets, maid rooms, serving rooms, trunk storage rooms, and telephone rooms that serve the occupants of sleep/study facilities. Kitchen or food preparation rooms that serve sleeping areas and do not serve an accompanying eating or dining area (see 630) are also classified as Sleep/Study Service (935).
  • Limitation: Does not include Offices (310), Lounges (650), Study Rooms (410), eating or dining areas (see 630), toilet/bath areas for occupants of Sleep/Study rooms (see 919), Recreation (670) areas or Meeting Rooms (680) in any residential facility, including institutionally controlled hotels or motels.
  • Definition: A complete living unit, with private cooking facilities, that is not a separate structure.
  • Description: This is the basic module or group of rooms designed as a complete housekeeping unit (i.e., it contains bedroom(s), living room(s), kitchen, and toilet facilities). It is not intended that individual rooms be specifically identified within the apartment, but only that the total interior space be included. Includes apartments provided for faculty, staff, students, or visiting guests. Apartments need not be located in a residential building. A duplex unit should be classified as an Apartment (950) because it is not a separate, freestanding structure.
  • Limitation: Does not include single, freestanding structures (see 970) or any residential units that do not contain private cooking facilities (see 910, 920).
  • Definition: A room or area that directly serves an apartment or group of apartments as an extension of the activities in that facility.
  • Description: Includes laundry rooms, mail rooms, linen closets, maintenance, housekeeping or security rooms, trunk storage rooms, telephone rooms, and weight or exercise rooms that serve apartment facilities. Apartment service facilities may be located in a separate building that serves an apartment complex. Service rooms (laundry, storage, etc.) that are internal to an apartment unit are included in the Apartment (950) space.
  • Limitation: Does not include service rooms (laundry, mail, trunk, etc.) that directly serve residential facilities which have no internal cooking facilities (see 910, 920, 935). This category also excludes service rooms within a separate, freestanding residential unit (see 970).
  • Definition: A complete living unit, with private cooking facilities, that is a separate structure. Should include fraternities and sorority houses only if owned or controlled by the institution.
  • Description: This is the basic module or group of rooms designed as a complete housekeeping unit (i.e., it contains bedroom(s), living room(s), kitchen, and toilet facilities). It is not intended that individual rooms be specifically identified within the structure, but only that the total interior area be accounted for. Includes houses provided for faculty, staff, students. Should include fraternities and sorority houses only if owned by the institution.
  • Limitation: Houses and other residential properties that are owned or controlled by an institution as commercial investments, and that do not serve the institution's primary missions, are often excluded from the formally coded facilities inventory. Does not include complete living units that are part of a larger structure (see 950). Houses used as office areas should be classified with the Office Facilities (300 series) codes.

000 Unclassified Facilities

  • Definition: Rooms available for assignment to an organizational unit or activity but unassigned at the time of the inventory.
  • Limitation: Rooms being modified or not completed at the time of the inventory are classified as Alteration or Conversion Area (060) or Unfinished Area (070).
  • Definition: Rooms temporarily out of use because they are being altered, remodeled, or rehabilitated at the time of the inventory.
  • Limitation: Rooms inactive or not completed at the time of the inventory are classified as Inactive Area (050) and Unfinished Area (070), respectively.
  • Definition: All potentially assignable areas in new buildings, shell space, or additions to existing buildings not completely finished at the time of the inventory.
  • Limitation: Intended only for the unfinished part or shell of a building or addition; the parts that are in use should be appropriately classified.

Nonassignable Areas

  • Definition: The sum of all areas on all floors of a building required for physical access to some subdivision of space, whether physically bounded by partitions or not.
  • Description: Included should be, but is not limited to, public corridors, fire towers, elevators lobbies, tunnels, bridges, and each floor's footprint of elevator shafts, escalators and stairways. Receiving areas, such as loading docks, should be treated as circulation space. Any part of a loading dock that is not covered is to be excluded from both circulation area and the gross building area. A loading dock which is also used for central storage should be regarded as assignable area and coded as central storage (730). Also included are corridors, whether walled or not, provided they are within the outside facelines of the buildings to the extent of the roof drop line.
  • Limitation: Deductions should not be made for necessary building columns and minor projections. When determining corridor areas, only spaces required for public access should be included. Restricted access private circulation aisles used only for circulation within an organizational unit's suite of rooms, auditoria, or other working areas should not be included.
  • Definition: The sum of all areas on all floors of a building used for custodial supplies, sink rooms, janitorial closets, and for public rest rooms.
  • Description: Included should be janitor closets or similarly small cleanup spaces, maintenance material storage areas, trash rooms exclusively devoted to the storage of nonhazardous waste created by the building occupants as a whole.
  • Limitation: Deductions should not be made for necessary building columns and minor projections. Areas defined as central physical plant shop areas, or special purpose storage or maintenance rooms, such as linen closets and housekeeping rooms in residence halls, should not be included.
  • Definition: The sum of all areas on all floors of a building designed to house mechanical equipment, utility services, and shaft areas.
  • Description: Included should be mechanical areas such as central utility plants, boiler rooms, mechanical and electrical equipment rooms, fuel rooms, meter and communications closets, and each floor's footprint of air ducts, pipe shafts, mechanical service shafts, service chutes, and stacks.
  • Limitation: Deductions should not be made for necessary building columns and projections. Areas designated as private toilets are not included.
  • Definition: The sum of all areas on all floors of a building that cannot be occupied or put to use because of structural building features.
  • Description: Examples of building features normally classified as structural areas include exterior walls, fire walls, permanent partitions, unusable areas in attics or basements, or comparable portions of a building with ceiling height restrictions, as well as unexcavated basement areas.

Equipment Capitalization Policy

Effective July 1, 2001 the Board of Trustees adopted a revised policy for capitalization of equipment. The new policy is stated below, and is the basis for accountability.

Category I

Equipment costing $2,000 or more will be capitalized, use capital equipment GL accounts starting with 55****.

Category II

Computer Equipment costing $1,000 or more will be capitalized use capital equipment GL account 550010.

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