Revised April 2, 2013
Table of Contents
.010 General Information
.040 Property Numbers
.140 Table of City Codes
The Kansas Legislature has charged the director of the Division of Accounts and Reports with maintaining a fixed asset record of all fixed and moveable property of the State (K.S.A. 75-3729). The fixed asset record shall be based on a physical inventory and shall be charged with all acquisitions of fixed assets and shall be reduced by all dispositions of fixed assets. All state agencies are directed to submit a physical inventory of all fixed assets belonging to the State as of June 30 each year by August 31.
Items commonly referred to as equipment, furniture, fixtures, machinery, vehicles, livestock, books, buildings and improvements thereto, land, non-structural land improvements; and with a unit cost of at least $5,000, and with a life expectancy of more than one year are considered fixed assets. This includes expenditures coded in the E32X9, E34X9, or E4000 series of FIS objects (except E4810, E4970 and E4980 which are exempt from the fixed asset requirements).
All fixed assets belonging to the university must be included in the fixed asset record and must have a unit cost shown; regardless if it was purchased, manufactured by the agency, received as a gift, purchased with KSU Foundation funds, or obtained from state or federal surplus property sources. The state fixed asset procedure is based on a unit control basis. A permanent state property number is assigned and affixed to each fixed asset.
Federal excess property shall be included in the record. Federal excess property may be obtained by submitting a federal Standard Form 122, "Transfer Order Excess Personal Property", as explained in PPM Chapter 7050. The Asset Unit Cost is the amount shown on the SF 122.
Gifts or grants of fixed assets shall be included in the record. Fixed assets purchased with KSU Foundation funds are considered a gift to the university and state. See PPM Chapter 6510.110 for requirements related to gifts.
Fixed assets manufactured, assembled or constructed by a department shall be included in the fixed asset record. The total cost of materials and labor to manufacture, assemble or construct the item shall be the Asset Unit Cost.
The department head is responsible for maintaining an accurate record of university fixed assets and promptly reporting all changes by property number to the Division of Financial Services. You must affix a permanent property number to each item, if at all possible. Permanent marker, metal etcher, or some type of self-adhesive label can be used. You are required to take a physical inventory of your fixed assets annually to satisfy the state's requirement of a complete physical annual inventory. A Fixed Asset Listing as of December 31 is sent to all departments after March 1 for their review and verification.
The DA-83 Changes form shall be used to report some changes to your fixed asset records. This may be an addition (a gift), a deletion (combine two records into one), a change (revise a description) or a transfer (to another State of Kansas agency) that due to unusual circumstances, are not covered by normal means or forms.
We recommend each department maintain a database type file of your property on a personal computer. The university's fixed asset record format should be the minimum amount of information contained, but additional fields of information may be added and could be quite beneficial. The Search and Sort abilities of computer software should help you maintain control of the department's fixed assets. A Discoverer report entitled "KSU Fixed Assets" is available providing each department a listing of their fixed assets through the end of the most recent Financial Information System (FIS) Fixed Asset month (this month will always be less current than FIS Accounts Payable month).
Books with a unit cost of $5,000 or more shall be inventoried individually with a separate university property number. Books and publications regardless of cost should be marked "Property of Kansas State University".
The Division of Facilities shall manage the fixed asset records of buildings and other non-structural improvements to land located on the main campus. Building code numbers for on and off campus structures are assigned by the Division of Financial Services in cooperation with the Facilities Planning Office.
Each department is designated to be responsible for Safeguarding State Assets and maintaining a separate departmental inventory for the items not on the University Fixed Asset Record for internal control purposes. This inventory is not to be reported to the Division of Financial Services, but maintained by the university department.
Departmental property numbers should be affixed to the property the same as with the items over $5,000. However, do not assign university property numbers to these items. We recommend each department maintain a database or spreadsheet type file of these items. This inventory is to be available for university review by internal as well as external auditors.
Use of university property (regardless of the unit cost) away from campus or an officially designated work location by an employee must be approved by the approving authority of their office or department. This off campus use and approval thereof must be in writing or maintained electronically, and the document must remain on file with the approving authority until the property is returned in satisfactory condition.
This documentation must be available for review during an audit, and is to be reviewed for renewal at least annually by the approving authority. The form "Authority to Use KSU Property Off Campus" is recommended for this purpose. Some other form of documentation may be used, provided the information on the recommended form is included.
The employee using state property away from campus or an officially designated work location agrees to the following provisions, regardless whether the document they sign specifies the provisions or not:
1. The property is to be used for university purposes only and not for the employee's own or another's personal gain,
2. Such use shall not impair existing programs of the university,
3. The property will be returned in satisfactory condition, and the user assumes all liability for repair and/or replacement costs of any property not so returned (liability to be determined by the department),
4. In the event of an extended absence, the user shall make arrangements for the return of the property,
5. The university may recall the property immediately, with the expressed knowledge of the approving authority.
6. Upon notification of resignation, retirement or termination from the university, the employee agrees that the university can deduct from their paycheck the fair market value of the unreturned property, or the cost of repair or replacement if the property is returned in unsatisfactory condition (to be determined by the department), from any remaining pay due the employee.
The "Property Number" is used by the state, the university, and the department to identify each and every fixed asset. The same number should not be assigned or affixed to more than one item, and an item should not have more than one number assigned or affixed to it. Do not assign a new property number to a component that is "added to" an existing item. Do not assign a new property number each time you make a periodic "payment" on an existing item.
Property numbers should be removed or defaced from items when official authorization is received to dispose of items or to remove items from the fixed asset records.
A program named PropNum is provided on the Division of Financial Services homepage, Financial Reporting and Asset Management, to assign university property numbers. A Web Profile is maintained by the Division of Financial Services to limit access to PropNum. You must first have a Division of Financial Services Web Profile, in order to gain access to PROPNUM. If you do not have a Web Profile, you may obtain one by selecting Web Profile Maintenance from the PropNum menu. Instructions for PropNum are provided on-screen.
When you access PropNum, you must enter two pieces of information, how many numbers you need and a brief description of the items (limit of 25 characters). Then, you will be given the next serial number(s) available. For security reasons, you can not edit any entry after it is entered. Please do not use these numbers to identify department items that do not meet the university's fixed asset criteria.
We suggest you get a Property Number when the fixed asset is received and accepted from the vendor. Thus, the item can be tagged when it is uncrated to provide immediate positive identification and security. The Division of Financial Services will be available to assign property numbers when necessary. Please keep an accurate record of the property numbers you receive so you may fully complete the Monthly Fixed Asset Report.
About the 5th of each month the Division of Financial Services will send an electronic Monthly Fixed Asset Report form to the departments who had object E32X9, E34X9 or E4000 expenditures in the FIS accounting records during the past month. Part 1 is a list of the payments and Part 2 is provided for the department to list the fixed asset purchased along with the required information.
You may include other fixed asset additions on Part 2. If you do, please include supporting documents. This may include but not be limited to; items manufactured, assembled or constructed by the department (document the unit cost), gifts from others or items purchased with KSU Foundation funds (include a DA-83 form), or items transferred from other agencies (include a DA-83 form).
If a payment is split between two or more departments, the owner-department shall report the item(s) in total, and include a note about the split payment. The other department(s) shall include a note only about the split payment. If a payment is split between two (2) or more accounts, the Division of Financial Services will determine if the item should have one property with suffixes for additional fund sources. The required information for Part 2 appears in italics on the sample.
- REPORTING MONTH. The month the Fixed Assets Report is for.
- PROPERTY NUMBER. The new six-digit serial number assigned to the item by the PropNum program. Or an old existing number if you wish to add this payment to another item already on inventory. Or leave it blank and we will assign it.
- DESCRIPTION. Describe the item as best you can within the limit of 80 characters. Abbreviate if necessary and do not use punctuation marks. Please arrange like this without the dashes: common name - brand name - other information. For example, COMPUTER ZENITH Z15913 20MB HD.
- OBJECT CODE. The five-digit FIS object that indicates what expenditure category the item belongs in.
- SERIAL NUMBER. Use the manufacturer's number, if possible. Please do not use punctuation marks.
- FIXED ASSET ACQUISITION CODE. The two-digit code that indicates how the item was acquired.
- ORG NAME. The three-digit FIS organization code of the department that "owns" the item. This does not have to be the same as the department that bought the item. If you wish to transfer an item to another department, enter their code and include a note to clarify the transfer.
- PROJECT NUMBER. The ten-digit project number used to purchased the item.
- PARENT PROP NUM. Leave blank.
- VENDOR/MFG. The vendor or manufacturer's name.
- MODEL NUMBER. Use the manufacturer's numbers, if possible, or the vendor's catalog number as a second choice. Please do not use punctuation marks.
- UNIT COST. It is usually the amount paid to the vendor. Add freight or postage if it is included on Part 1 of the report. If a credit (i.e. trade-in) was allowed by the vendor, add the credit amount to the payment amount and include a note of explanation. Round the value to the nearest dollar.
- ORG DESC (INTERNAL). This is an optional field of information. Each department may use it at their discretion to help maintain internal control of their property. Please do not enter data that is provided for in other fields of the inventory record.
- SOURCE. The 4 digit State Fund source code.
- ORG NUMBER. The five-digit organization number of the department that owns the fixed asset.
- CITY. The three-digit alpha code that indicates what city the item is located in or near to.
- BLDG #. The five-digit code of the building the item is located in or near to. NOTE: If the item has an object of E3409, E4400 or E4401 include a building number even though the item may not be inside a structure.
- ROOM. The 3 to 5 digit room number where the item is located. This field is limited to 4 spaces which may be alpha or numeric. (i.e. 123, A123, 123A, A1234, or 1234A). Please do not use punctuation marks.
The Division of Financial Services adds the items listed on the Monthly Fixed Asset Report to the University's Fixed Asset System. Discoverer reports will be available to departments for their review after each fixed asset month is closed. Please report any discrepancies to the Division of Financial Services.
Property transfers (regardless of the unit cost) between Kansas state agencies (Inter-Agency) shall be reported to the Division of Financial Services on the DA-83 Changes form.
Fixed Asset property transfers (items with an original unit cost equal to or greater than $5,000 between university departments shall be reported to the Division of Financial Services on the Transfer of Fixed Asset form. The fixed asset Unit Cost shall remain unchanged. Submit the completed signed transfer form to the Division of Financial Services. A copy will be returned to the departments when the central fixed assets records are updated.
If there is a charge involved, an Interfund Voucher must accompany the transfer form, and both departments must have signed both documents before submitting them to the Division of Financial Services. The payment coding is state obj 549800 and FIS object E4980. The receipt coding is state object 420500 and FIS object R2205. The property number should be included in the description area of the IDV.
Property transfers of items with an original unit cost of less than $5,000 between university departments do not need to be reported to the Division of Financial Services, but a Transfer of Fixed Asset form should be completed and retained by each department involved. If there is a charge involved, the payment object should be the same as if purchasing the items from an outside vendor.
Vehicle transfers between university departments shall be reported to the Division of Financial Services and the Facilities Motor Pool on the Transfer of Fixed Asset form. State Surplus Property should not be involved. If you wish to buy a used vehicle from State Surplus Property and the agency listing the vehicle is Kansas State University you should:
1. Contact the owner department and reach an agreement on the terms of the transfer.
2. Ask the owner department to cancel the Disposition of Property form, and retrieve the vehicle Registration Title.
3. Submit the completed Transfer of Fixed Asset form and the Interdepartmental Voucher to the Division of Financial Services.
The Kansas Legislature has charged the Board of Regents to oversee the disposition process of state surplus property owned by a state educational institution as defined in K.S.A. 76-711 (K.S.A 1010 SUPP. 75-6606). The Board of Regents has authorized each state educational institution to develop and administer its own policy and Kansas State University's policy has been reviewed and approved by the University administration.
In order to fully utilize University property, departments should exhaust all possible uses of property within the University before declaring the property as surplus and requesting authorization for disposal. The KSU Surplus Property website has been created to to help facilitate this. University property that is still in working condition must be listed on the website for a minimum of seven (7) days, automatically dropping off the website after 14 days.
If the item(s) is/are not claimed for use within the campus community, list the surplus property on the KSU Disposition of Property form. Submit the original form to the Division of Financial Services with the necessary signatures for review and approval. A signed copy will be returned to the department upon approval.
A Disposition of Property form is no longer required to be submitted for Division
of Financial Services approval for items whose original unit cost was $1,000 or less.
However, the Disposition of Property form shall be completed and approved by the department
authorized person and retained by the department for audit purposes. Property with
an original unit cost of $1,000 or less shall be disposed of using one of the methods
Once an approved Disposition of Property form has been returned to the department,
any one of the methods listed below may be used for disposal. The KSU Surplus Property - Public Listings website has been created to facilitate the advertising of surplus property that cannot
be utilized by another university department. Items listed on this website must be
offered to the public for an amount equal to or greater than the amount it was listed
for on the internal listings website. If the item has not sold after seven (7) days,
the prices may be adjusted or negotiated with interested parties.
Even though property that has been designated as surplus may have little or no value,
it must not be given to individual employees, friends, or family, unless they meet
the requirements of authorized Disposition Code 4 below. All surplus state property
shall be sold or otherwise disposed of within one year after the date on which the
property becomes surplus.
Departments wanting to dispose of property by trading it in towards a purchase (KSU Disposition Code 1) must contact the KSU Purchasing Office at (785) 532-6214 for purchasing procedures.
If property is lost or stolen, immediate action is required. Please refer to PPM Chapter 3030 for instructions on what to do.
When property is sold to an external party, the proceeds from the sale of the property
are to be used to support the programs of the college that sold it. FIS revenue object
R2260 should be used to deposit the funds received. See PPM Chapter 6110 for further instructions on depositing the receipts. The department must record
on its copy of the Disposition of Property form, the revenue received, if any, the
method and date of disposal, and retain the form on file for audit purposes.
Once disposition has been authorized by the Division of Financial Services, the department
must use one of the methods listed below to dispose of the property:
- Disposition Code 1 - Authorizes disposal of the property by trade-in towards the purchase of a new property item.
- Disposition Code 2 - Authorizes disposal of the property by advertised fixed price.
This method would include offering through the KSU Surplus Property - Public Listing
website or a University department sponsored tag sale. If the item has not been sold
after being offered at a fixed price on the Public Listing website for seven (7) days,
the price may be negotiated with any interested parties. If the property is specialized
in nature and general public interest would be limited, the property may be disposed
of by negotiating a price with specific interested parties.
- Disposition Code 3 - Authorizes disposal of the property by advertised sealed bid
or advertised public auction. Questions regarding auctioneering service requirements
should be directed to the KSU Purchasing Office.
- Disposition Code 4 - Authorizes the disposal of the property by donation to non-profit
organizations, or to entities and individuals eligible for participation in the Federal
Surplus Property Program.
- Disposition Code 5 - Authorizes disposal of the property by cannibalizing for usable
parts prior to disposal, recycling, selling to a junkyard, or utilizing normal trash
deliveries or landfills.
"Advertised" means distributed in a general circulation publication or some other
means by which a wide range of the general public would be made aware of the fixed
price, sealed bid, or auction opportunity. Posting a notice on the bulletin board
or sending notification on a limited list serve is not acceptable. Exceptions for
specialized equipment where the general public interest would be limited may be made.
If property gifted to KSU, either directly or through the KSU Foundation, is disposed of within three years of gifting the property, additional IRS reporting is required. In cases where the appraised value is greater than $500 and an Appraisal Summary (IRS Form 8283, Section B) was received by the university, the department disposing of the property must complete and file IRS Form 8282. A copy of the partially completed Form 8282 should accompany the Disposition of Property Form. When the disposal is finalized, a complete copy of Form 8282 should be forwarded to the Division of Financial Services referencing the Disposition Form Number.
Approval must be obtained from the Division of Financial Services prior to the disposal of all University livestock, except in the case of death. Approval in those instances will need to be done after the fact. Departments will follow the same procedures identified in section .065 Disposition of Property in order to obtain this approval. The definition of animal or livestock shall include cattle, sheep, horses, swine, fowl, or any other living or dead creature owned by the State of Kansas and normally required to be reported by the University for disposition.
Facilities Management Motor Pool maintains the university inventory of vehicle license tags. This is used by the Central Motor Pool in Topeka for assessing the annual registration renewal fees. To insure the accuracy of this data, the department shall follow these steps to dispose of vehicle license tags.
1. To dispose of a tagged vehicle, please forward the license tag and photocopy of the Disposition of Property form requesting authorization to dispose of the vehicle to the Facilities Management Motor Pool.
2. If a tagged vehicle is transferred between university departments, the selling/transferring department shall forward a copy of the completed Transfer of Fixed Assets form to Facilities Management Motor Pool. The existing registration title and license tag may be transferred with the vehicle. A tag must not be used on any vehicle other than the one it is assigned to.
All changes in University vehicle license tag inventory must be submitted to Facilities Management Motor Pool no later than December 1. This will provide for accurate registration invoicing by the Central Motor Pool in Topeka. The department on whose inventory the vehicle license tag is listed after December 1 will be invoiced for the annual registration fee.
It is the responsibility of the department to ensure that all sensitive information is removed from computers and other electronic storage devices before they are disposed of after local disposition has been authorized. See PPM Chapter 3436 Media Sanitization and Disposal Policy for information.
If a surplus computer or other electronic storage device is to be transferred to another entity, the license(s) for any software remaining on the surplus items(s), such as the operating system, must be transferable to the receiving entity to ensure compliance with software license agreements. The transferring department is responsible for making sure no other copies are retained unless allowed by the license agreement(s).
After March 1, the Division of Financial Services will send each department a listing of their fixed asset records with all reported changes (additions, transfers, and deletions) through and including December 31. Please correct the December 31 fixed asset records as explained in the following paragraphs. The department head shall sign the certification on the last page of the fixed asset list and return the original to the Division of Financial Services. See PPM Chapter 6510.210 for a sample form. The department should keep a copy for their files.
You may conduct your departmental physical inventory anytime during the year and update this list according to your current department records, or you may take your physical inventory upon receipt of the list and update accordingly. You may change most of the information by drawing a line through the error and entering the correction above it. You may not change the property number or the unit cost. If you feel a change is necessary in these fields, please call the Fiscal Analyst at (785) 532-6525.
Each fixed asset item must have a property number affixed to it, if at all possible. If items were tagged and the tags have fallen off or disappeared, new tags should be placed on the fixed asset. Other means of affixing the property number on the items are permanent marker or a metal etcher.
Fixed assets acquired before December 31, but not listed, should be added to the listing by typing the inventory data on the last page. Some examples are: items left off by error, items manufactured by the department and gifts to the university.
Fixed assets may not be transferred or deleted from the inventory until the appropriate forms have been submitted including "Transfer of Fixed Assets" for transfers to other university departments, "DA-83 Changes" for inter-agency transfers or "Disposition of Property" for all other disposals. If a properly approved and reported transfer or deletion has been erroneously omitted please contact the Division of Financial Services.
The final copies of the June 30 fixed asset inventory are prepared by the Division of Financial Services by combining the December 31 inventories, as verified or adjusted by the departments actual physical count, with January through June fixed asset transactions. An email notification is sent on the FASSETS-L listserv when the final June 30 fixed assets reports are available. The reports are located in Oracle- KSU FIS User- Reports under the "ZFA Fixed Assets" tab. A report of the June 30 fixed asset records is sent to the Kansas Department of Administration.
The Division of Financial Services will request an inventory form "Inventory of Consumable Supplies and Commodities/Capital Outlay Items Purchased for Resale" be completed and submitted to the Division of Financial Services before the end of July. A report of the June 30 commodities inventory is sent to the Kansas Department of Administration.
Each department shall count their commodities on hand as of June 30th and report the value based on actual cost in summary form. Include only those consumable supplies stored in a warehouse or storage cabinet in full lots not yet issued for use. Include all items purchased for resale at their actual cost.
If the value of a department's consumable supplies as of June 30 is less than $5,000, the department may mark the appropriate area on the form, sign the certification, and return it to the Division of Financial Services, instead of completing the cost detail. It is the responsibility of the department to maintain and retain a record of their consumable supplies as of June 30.
Consumable supplies are items classified in the KSU expenditure object E3XXO series. They are items consumed by use, materials and parts used in maintenance and repairs, small tools, and all other items classified in the E3XX0 expenditure objects. Commodities and Capital Outlay Items Purchased for Resale are items classified in the KSU expenditure objects E3980 or E4980 purchased with the expressed intent of being resold to other user departments.
Gifts or grants of property must be approved by the appropriate department head and their dean or director, prior to the acceptance of the property. If the property gift has a fair market value equal to or greater than $5,000, it should be reported to the Division of Financial Services on the DA-83 form.
If the gift will impose a significant fiscal obligation requiring the department to (1) seek additional state funding of $50,000 or more, or (2) make an internal reallocation of $100,000 or more, the gift must be reviewed by the Kansas Board of Regents prior to the acceptance of the gift pursuant to K.S.A. 76-724. Please contact the office of the Vice President for Administration and Finance at (785) 532-6226 for more information.
Questions on this chapter should be referred to the Financial Reporting and Asset Management Fiscal Analyst at (785) 532-6525.
This is a two digit numeric code. The first digit indicates the source of funding. The second digit indicates the condition of the item when acquired or from whom the item was acquired.
|0||Acquired with State or non-federal funds|
|1||Acquired with federal funds|
|2||Acquired with local funds (Local Agency only)|
|3||Acquired with private sponsor funds (sponsored projects only)|
|4||Acquired with insurance proceeds|
|0||Acquired before July 1963|
|3||Acquired as a gift|
|4||Acquired from State or Federal surplus property|
|5||Transfer from another Kansas state agency|
|6||Acquired with federal funds before December 1972|
|7||Acquired with matching funds|
|8||Federal Property on loan to KSU|
|9||Manufactured by the department|
NOTE: An acquisition code will appear on Part 1 of the Monthly Fixed Asset Report in the FA Src Code column if federal funds were used.
NOTE: Local funds (2X) apply to local agency departments only.
A listing of all the valid City codes can be found on page 19 of Topeka's Division of Accounts and Reports Policy and Procedures Manual, Filing Number 13,001.
|00136||Ackert Hall||00176||Indoor Practice Facility|
|00005||Ahearn Field House||00163||Information Booth|
|00182||Aircraft Cabin Environment Resch Lab (ACTERL)||00160||International Grains Program Conference Center|
|00001||Anderson Hall||00155||International Student Center|
|00178||Intramural Field Storage|
|00081||Athletics Track Locker Facility||00041||Justin Hall|
|00175||Beach Art Museum||00101||K-State Union|
|00158||Bluemont Hall||00071||Kedzie Hall|
|00164||Bramlage Coliseum||00020||King Hall|
|00162||Brandeberry Indoor Complex||00185||KSU Baseball Stadium|
|00009||Burt Hall||00172||KSU Foundation Center|
|00010||Bushnell Hall||00179||KSU Gardens Maintenance|
|00008||Bushnell Annex||00134||KSU Bill Snyder Family Stadium|
|00186||Biological & Value Added Program Building||00575||Lafene Health Center at Mercy (Lease)|
|00027||Campus Creek Complex||00195||Leadership Studies & Programs|
|00091||Cardwell Hall||00112||Leasure Hall|
|00194||Center for Child Development||00133||McCain Auditorium|
|00199||Modular Bus Shelter (Rec Complex)|
|00165||Chem-Biochem Bldg||00154||Mosier Hall|
|00147||Coles Hall||00082||Nichols Hall|
|00169||College Court (Lease)||00192||Parking Garage|
|00003||Danforth/All Faiths Chapel||00190||Pat Roberts Hall- Biosecurity Research Institute|
|00018||Dickens Hall||00159||Peters Recreation Complex|
|00168||Dole Hall||00167||Physical Fac Storage Bldg|
|00153||Durland Hall/Rathbone/Fiedler||00093||Power Plant|
|00019||Dykstra Hall||00092||President's Residence|
|00104||East Stadium||00576||Printing Services (Corporate Dr.)|
|00135||Edwards Hall||00184||Public Safety Building II|
|00022||Eisenhower Hall||00193||Salt Storage Building|
|00108||English/Counseling Services||00025||Seaton Court|
|00021||Environmental Research Lab||00102||Seaton Hall|
|00187||Equine Center (Performance Testing) (Future)||00099||Straube House (UFM)|
|00097||Facilities Grounds||00106||Thompson Hall|
|00355||Facilities Herdsman House||00161||Throckmorton Hall|
|00173||Facilities Shops||00139||Trailer B|
|00177||Facilities Storage Bldg||00151||Trotter Hall|
|00201||Facilities Storeroom Building (Liberty)|
|00030||Fairchild Hall||00109||Umberger Hall|
|00029||Feed Technology||00149||Vanier Football Complex|
|00079||General Richard B Myers Hall|
|00015||Greenhouse D - Conservatory||00085||Ward Hall|
|00191||Hal Ross Flour Mill||00117||Waters Hall Annex|
|00031||Hale Library||00004||Weber Hall|
|00146||Handball Building||00105||West Stadium|
|00166||Hazardous Waste Bldg||00116||Willard Hall|
|00156||Hoeflin Stone House||00121||Wind Erosion Laboratory|
|00083||Boyd Hall||00043||Jardine Terrace Q|
|00089||Davenport Bldg||00058||Jardine Terrace R|
|00128||Derby Food Center||00059||Jardine Terrace S|
|00129||Ford Hall||00060||Jardine Terrace T|
|00170||Frith Community Center||00061||Jardine Terrace U|
|00078||Goodnow Hall||00062||Jardine Terrace V|
|00130||Haymaker Hall||00069||Jardine Terrace W|
|00087||Jardine Storm Shelter #1||00070||Jardine Terrace X|
|00088||Jardine Storm Shelter #2||00040||Jardine Terrace Y|
|00265||Jardine Apartment Bldg 1||00181||Jardine Terrace Storage|
|00267||Jardine Apartment Bldg 2|
|00268||Jardine Apartment Bldg 3||00064||Jardine Terrace Washhouse #2|
|00269||Jardine Apartment Bldg 4||00065||Jardine Terrace Washhouse #3|
|00270||Jardine Apartment Bldg 5||00066||Jardine Terrace Washhouse #4|
|00272||Jardine Apartment Bldg 7|
|00275||Jardine Apartment Bldg 10||00077||Kramer Food Center|
|00276||Jardine Apartment Bldg 11||00076||Marlatt Hall|
|00278||Jardine Apartment Bldg 13||00123||Moore Hall|
|00047||Jardine Terrace D||00132||Pittman Building|
|00048||Jardine Terrace E||00103||Putnam Hall|
|00049||Jardine Terrace F||00100||Smurthwaite House|
|00050||Jardine Terrace G||00113||Van Zile Hall|
|00051||Jardine Terrace H||00124||West Hall|
|00052||Jardine Terrace I|
|00053||Jardine Terrace J|
|00055||Jardine Terrace L|
|00056||Jardine Terrace M|
|00057||Jardine Terrace N|
|00042||Jardine Terrace P|
|00701||Cafeteria/Conference||00713||Technology Assistance Ctr|
|00703||AERO West Hangar||00714||Student Activities Center|
|00704||AERO East Hangar||00715||Science Center|
|00705||Composites - Avionics Lab||00716||Construction Lab|
|00706||Aeronautical Center||00717||Maintenance Bldg|
|00708||Civil Laboratory||00719||Harbin Hall|
|00709||Technology Center||00720||Building 820 (Leased)|
|00710||College Center||00721||Sports Complex Building|
|00711||Residence Hall- NEW||00722||Student Life Center|
|00011||Jardine Playground||00197||Marlatt Park|
|00198||Konza Prairie (Lease)|
|00522||Storage Shed SCA|
|00142||Trailer S SCA||00525||Res Equip Stor 50x160 AGF|
|00320||Barn ASH||00526||Seed Condition Cntr 40x80 AGF|
|00486||Quonset 30x80 STF (Lease)||00527||Bldg. Morton 54x90x16 AFG|
|00488||Machine Shed 25x72 TOP||00529||Equipment Storage 50x100 AGF|
|00489||Storage Shed 1 16x24 TOP||00530||Research Cntr Cement Block AGF|
|00490||Storage Shed 2 16x24 TOP||00531||Research Cntr Annex 30x60 AGF|
|00491||Wood Barn Unit 3 30x50 ASH||00532||Seed Storag & Office 40x40 AGF|
|00492||Stone Barn Unit 3 36x48 ASH||00533||Storage Shed 1 16x24 ASH|
|00493||Rannells Headquarters MAN||00534||Metal Bldg 70x120 KCIA AGF|
|00494||Mower Shed 12x16 AGF||00535||Office & Shop 40x99 TOP|
|00495||Residence 2300 Kimball AGF||00536||Storage Shed Morton 42X48 TOP|
|00496||Storage Shed 1 30x60 AGF||00537||Pesticide Storage 12x18 AGF|
|00497||Storage Shed 2 32x96 AGF||00538||Storage Shed Unit 2 16x24 ASH|
|00499||Storage Shed 4 20x80 AGF||00539||Shop Machine Storage 40x60 HCH|
|00501||Pump House 10x14 AGF||00540||Headquarters Unit 3 40x80 ASH|
|00502||Pump House 10x14 AGF||00541||Shed Morton 54x166 ASH|
|00544||Quonset 20x48 PHN|
|00508||Pole Shed 8x12 BLV||00545||Quonset 20x48 SCA|
|00509||Quonset 20x40 BLV||00546||Quonset 20x48 SCA|
|00510||Office Morton 30x45 BLV||00547||Quonset 20x48 HCH|
|00514||Residence & Office HCH||00548||Drying Lab 40x60 AGF|
|00515||Office & Lab (Leased) OTA||00550||Pesticide Shed OTA|
|00516||Operations Cntr 50x100 AGF||00551||Shop Building 44x60|
|00518||Service Building 12x15 HCH||00552||Machinery Storage 50x100|
|00519||Implement Shed 16x26 HCH||00553||Shop Building 44x72 - Rossville|
|00520||Machine Shed 20x37 HCH||00555||Steel Building - 40x16 - AGF|
|00521||Steel Butler 30x60 SCA|
ANIMAL SCIENCES & INDUSTRIES
|00157||Dairy Research Center||00442||Bull Barn|
|00300||Poultry Research Office||00445||Sargent Residence|
|00302||Feed Storage by Elevator||00450||Morton Shed 120x54 LMIC|
|00304||Poultry Brooder House||00451||Sargent Farm Shop|
|00306||Poultry Brooder and Nutrition||00454||Livestock Shelter Morton LMIC|
|00308||Poultry Behavior House||00457||Elevator and Feed Mill|
|00310||Poultry Adult Laying House|
|00312||Poultry Classroom||00463||Swine MEW Morton LMIC|
|00314||Poultry Pedigree House||00464||Beef Nutrition Research Center|
|00315||Poultry Residence Foreman||00465||Horse Research Center|
|00401||Sheep Research Center||00466||Morton Bldg 18x36 LMIC|
|00467||Modular Bldg 24x52- Lab Use|
|00440||Purebred Beef Complex||00468||Swine Teaching & Research Center Wean to Finishing Barn|
|00441||Bull Barn||00469||Swine Teaching & Research Center Equipment Building|
|00188||Konza Guest Housing #1|
|00189||Konza Guest Housing #2|
|00223||Kona Modular Home (Future)|
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
|00651||Agri Engr Research/Storage||00653||Ks Lab Civil Infra/Hiway Res|
|00652||Manufacturing Learning Inst||00654||National Gas Machinery Lab|
|00347||Chemical Storage Shed|
|00330||K.K.S.U. Transmitter Bldg||00331||U.S. Grain Marketing Res Cntr (USDA)|
KANSAS FOREST SERVICE
|00620||Extension Forestry Building||00622||Ext Forestry Vehicle Shop/Motor Pool|
|00621||Extension Forestry Greenhouse|
GRAIN SCIENCE & INDUSTRY
|00261||Pole Shed Metal Clad 40x100|
HORTICULTURE FORESTRY REC RES
|00318||SCS Stone Building ASH||00328||Storage Shed 10x20 Rocky Ford|
|00319||Pesticide Building HAL (Pair Center)||00329||Turf Farm Storage Rock Ford|
|00320||Barn ASH||00332||Sprint Building|
|00321||Pesticide Storage HAL (Pair Center)||00333||Metal Bldg 30x50 - Pecan Field|
|00323||Prefab Metal Bldg Office HAL (Pair Center)||00610||Tuttle Creek Forestry Res Cntr Armco Bldg|
|00324||Storage Bldg 10x20 WIC||00898||John C. Pair Center (Future)|
|00325||Building Armco Office CTP|
|00326||Storage Pole Shed 1 ASH|
|00327||Metal Bldg Kustom 40x40 CTP|
|00202||EquiCenter Rodeo Home Barn 1 (Future)|
|00203||EquiCenter Rodeo Home Barn 2 (Future)|
|00219||Equine Education Center Metal Bldg.- Hay/Equipment Storage|
|00395||Women's Rowing Building|
|00396||Breidenthal Team House (Women's Rowing Boat House)|
|00377||Training Barn Morton 30x83||00374||Mobile Office Unit|
|00381||Quonset Building Rocky Ford||00382||Field Laboratory Rocky Ford|
|00145||Veterinary Surg Instruction||00231||Veterinary Hay Barn|
|00200||Veterinary Research Laboratory||00232||Animal resource Facility- Modular Bldg. 16x76|
|00204||Hay Shed||00233||Vet Med Teaching Hospital in Omaha|
|00224||Food Animal Barn and Shed||00234||NISTAC (Lease)|
|00225||Hay Storage Building||00235||Equine Performance Testing Arena (Future)|
|00228||Mobile Teach Unit 12x44||00236||Vet Med Omaha Duplex-1312 S. 118th|
|00230||Horse Barn||00237||Vet Med Omaha Duplex-1310 S. 118th|
EXPERIMENT STATION RESEARCH CENTERS
NORTHWEST RESEARCH EXTENSION CENTER AT COLBY
|00801||Conference Bldg||00828||Laboratory Shed|
|00805||Residence 5||00831||Beef Shed 2|
|00806||Main Office||00832||South Hay Shed|
|00807||Sheep Management Shed||00836||Farm Supply|
|00809||Laboratory for Weeds||00837||Crops & Soils 40x60|
|00812||Seed House||00838||Drip Irrigation Shed|
|00813||Foundation Seed Bldg||00840||Oil Shed|
|00814||Sheep & North Hay Shed||00841||Pesticide Storage|
|00821||Butler Farm Shop||00842||Morton Equipment Storage|
|00824||Garage Residence 4 & 5||00843||Storage Shed- Machine 42 x 150 (Morton)|
|00844||Storage Shed East 42x150|
AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH CENTER AT HAYS
|00845||Head Residence 1||00879||Cow Shed Concrete Steel 17x36|
|00847||Residence 3||00880||Cow Shed Concrete Steel 17x36|
|00849||Residence 4||00882||Cow Shed Concrete Steel 15x36|
|00858||Garage Residence 8||00883||Shed Morton Wood/Steel 42x60|
|00859||Pump House||00885||Butler Shed 36x80 SE|
|00860||Office 2 Story Brick||00886||Shed Varco Pruden 60x120|
|00861||Lab 2 Story Brick||00887||Shed Varco Pruden 60x120|
|00862||Seed House 2 Story Brick||00889||Crop Processing|
|00863||Pure Seed Elevator||00890||Greenhouse Weed Project|
|00864||Auditorium||00891||Feed Storage/Mix Elevator|
|00865||Greenhouse & Head House||00892||Livestock Arena|
|00866||Shop Brick||00893||Project Tractor Shed|
|00868||Machine Shed Wood/Steel||00894||Morton Machinery Shed|
|00869||Tractor & Oil Shed||00895||Calving Shed Stockade 80x30|
|00870||Machine Shed & Shop||00896||Greenhouse Aluminum 24x48|
|00872||Campus MaintenanceShed||00897||Pesticide Storage 12x18|
|00873||Animal Nutrition Lab||00899||Greenhouse & Laboratory Center|
|00874||Hay Shed||00900||Morton Machine Bldg 42x80|
|00875||Feed Barn 2 Story||00901-00914||Unassigned|
|00877||Cow Shed Concrete Steel 17x36|
|00878||Cow Shed Concrete Steel 17x36|
SOUTHWEST RESEARCH EXTENSION CENTER AT GARDEN CITY
|00915||Residence 2||00936||Machine Shop|
|00917||Residence 4||00937||Livestock Bull Barn|
|00918||Station Head Residence||00938||Combine Shed|
|00919||Residence 1||00939||Wheat Shed|
|00921||Residence 7||00940||Hay Shed|
|00941||Entomology Project Shed|
|00925||Implement Shed Holcomb||00942||Feed Mill Grain Storage|
|00926||Pickup Shed & Wood Shop||00943||Hangar|
|00928||Concrete Tilt-up Seed Room||00945||Pesticide Star 58x30|
|00930||Livestock & Ent. Lab.||00946||Irrigation 12x18 Holcomb|
|00931||Metal Shed Project||00947||Administration Bldg|
|00932||Plant Res Lab Greenhouse|
|00933||Pole Shed Free Stall||00949||Morton Machine Shed 60x96x14|
|00934||Truck Shed||00950||Chief Shed 30x60|
|00935||Machine Shed Plot Equipment|
SOUTHEAST AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH CENTER AT PARSONS
|00958||Cattle Shed 40x28||00972||Metal Shed 40x100 PAR|
|00960||Wash House Wood 8x12||00973||Metal Shed 40x80 MDV|
|00961||Well House Stucco 8x8||00974||Building COL|
|00963||Machine Shed Dodstone||00975||SEK Headquarters PAR|
|00964||Office Concrete||00976||Metal Shed 40x80 Atlantic|
|00967||Cattle Loafing Shed||00977||Beef Res Barn Butler 80x40|
|00968||Water Plant Pumphouse||00978||Pesticide Storage PAR|
|00970||Shed Hay Storage||00979||ESARP Main Building|
|00980||Manufactured House, Cavalier, 28X60|
|00981||Metal Building - 60x125|
SOUTHWEST RESEARCH EXTENSION CENTER AT TRIBUNE
|00948||Morton Storage Bldg 30x36||00991||Garage Pumice Block|
|00986||Residence 1 1/2 Story||00992||Shed Behlen|
|00987||Barn Cement||00993||Shed Wick Metal White|
|00989||Machine Shed Wood|
|00990||Machine Shed Butler|