SFC Adequacy Standards

IMPORTANT MEETING NOTICE:

The next stakeholder meeting in the Adequacy Standards review process will be held on Wednesday, August 6, in Casper. Details to come.

The School Facilities Commission's Adequacy Standards are used to guide both capital construction and component level projects (also known as minor capital projects).  These standards help establish a uniform level of quality for educational facilities across the state.

Per W.S. 21-15-115(a), the uniform standards at minimum shall include: (i) requirements for educating students in a safe environment including all applicable building, health, safety, and environmental codes and standards required by law for all public buildings.

Statutes also require that the Commission conduct a review of its adequacy standards "not less than once every four years" and suggest  any modifications to the Select Committee on School Facilities.

For reference, below are documents that have been utilized in assessing, developing and applying SFC Adequacy Standards.