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Analysis Variable:   Estimated Completion Costs-Planned Construction for Medical School
Survey Item Text
FY 2003
If your institution has a medical school, how much of the estimated completion costs and estimated space (NASF) for the planned new construction of research space as reported in Question 14 is located in that medical school?

FY 2005
If your institution has a medical school, how much of the completion costs and NASF for the planned new construction of research facilities as reported in Question 18 is located in the medical school?

Medical school is a school that awards the M.D. degree.
FY 2007 and FY 2009
If your institution has a medical school, how much of the completion costs and NASF for the planned new construction of research facilities as reported in Question 17 is located in the medical school?

Medical school is a school that awards the M.D. or D.O. degree.

FY 2011 to present
If your institution has a medical school, how much of the completion costs and NASF for the planned new construction of research facilities as reported in Question 13 is located in the medical school?

Medical school is a school that awards the M.D. or D.O. degree.

Description
Start date is the date on which the physical work of the construction is scheduled to begin.
Completion costs include planning, site preparation, construction, fixed equipment, nonfixed equipment that costs $1 million or more, and building infrastructure such as plumbing, lighting, air exchange, and safety systems either in the building or within 5 feet of the building foundation.
FY 2003
New construction refers to construction of a new building, additions to an existing building, and the building out of shell space.

Shell space is unfinished space that intentionally is left for completion at a later time.

FY 2005 to present
New construction is the construction of a new building or additions to an existing building.
Availability
Data are available for the Fiscal Years (FYs) 2003, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2013, and 2015 surveys.
Notes
Dollar amounts are in thousands.
  
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