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Jeffco Builds, the Jeffco Public Schools Capital Improvement Program, is strengthening the foundation of learning the district provides to students, families, and community. Jeffco Builds leverages investments provided by voter approved 2018 ballot measure 5B — $567 million in bond revenue for vital construction projects at schools across the district. This investment provides all students and educators with safe, high-quality learning environments to support a thriving student experience.

Financial Oversight & Stewardship

What is the Capital Asset Advisory Committee?

In 2010, the Board of Education authorized the establishment of the Capital Asset Advisory Committee in accordance with Policies EL-8 and FB, both of which deal with facility condition and long range facility planning. The Committee was formed from members of the 2005 Capital Improvement Program Oversight Committee and the 2009 Facilities Usage Committee. The purpose of the Committee is to monitor the planning of capital needs and the implementation of capital programs, which may include future bond programs.

Members have a working familiarity with facility design and/or construction practices; business management expertise with organization(s) of comparable size to the district, and are independent and free from any relationship that would interfere with independent judgment. Preference is given to Jefferson County residents.

Expand the Monthly Meetings and Financial Updates sections for more details on financial reports.

The Work of the Committee

The committee meets monthly throughout the year. Its primary functions are to:

  • Establish a transparent set of criteria for evaluation of district facilities. Elements may include facility condition index (FCI), educational adequacy index (EAI), utilization based on enrollment to capacity ratio, demographic predictions, student achievement, financial stewardship, etc.
  • Assist in the development of an annual District Wide Facility Master Plan that may include school replacements, school consolidations, school closures, grade level reconfigurations, and boundary and transportation changes.
  • Monitor the planning of capital needs and the implementation of capital programs, which may include future bond programs.
  • Assist in the development of a potential future bond program.
  • Ensure that sound, long-term decisions are consistent with the needs of the district and in support of the district’s strategic plan.
  • Ensure that decisions are made through active involvement in communications with the community.
  • Provide an annual written report to the Board of Education on the ongoing responsibilities of the committee.

Consistent with the above functions, the Capital Asset Advisory Committee encourages continuous process improvement and implementation of sound decision-making based on data which adheres to the district policies, procedures, and practices.

Committee Members

Megan Castle Tom Murray
Heather Gasper Dan Oakley
Kathy Hodgson M. L. Richardson
Bryan Martin Brittany Warga



Director Mary Parker


Tracy Dorland Superintendent
David Suppes Interim Chief, Operating Officer
Brenna Copeland Chief, Financial Officer
Lisa Relou Chief, Strategy and Communications Officer
Tim Reed Executive Director, Facilities & Construction Management
Bruce Huxley Director, Planning & Property
Berry Jones Director, Construction Management
Kerri Barclay Manager, Strategic Communications
Christie Moss  Controller, Accounting
Lisa Knestis Supervisor, Construction Accounting
Robin Acree Executive Administrative Assistant, Facilities & Construction Management

2023 Monthly Meetings and Financial Updates

The committee meets the third Thursday of the month, 8–10 a.m. at 809 Quail Street, Building 4, Lakewood.

January 2023

      No Meeting


February 2023


March 2023

Location - Fletcher Miller School


April 2023

May 2023



June 2023

  • Coming soon


2019–2021 Monthly Meetings and Financial Updates


1/21/21 Agenda, Presentations, Notes

2/18/21 Agenda, Presentations, Notes

3/18/21 Agenda, Presentations, Notes

4/15/2021 Agenda, Presentations, Notes

5/20/2021 Agenda, Presentations, Notes

6/17/2021 Agenda, Presentations, Notes

7/15/2021 Agenda, Presentations, Notes

8/19/2021 Agenda, Presentations, Notes

9/16/2021 Agenda, Presentations, Notes

10/21/2021 Agenda, Presentations, Notes

11/9/2021  Special Meeting-Notes

12/16/2021 Agenda, Presentations, Notes


1/9/2020 Agenda, Presentations, Notes

2/6/2020 Agenda, Presentations, Notes

3/5/2020 Agenda, Presentations, Notes

4/2/2020 Agenda, Presentations, Notes (No meeting)

5/7/2020 Agenda, Presentations, Notes

6/4/2020 Agenda, Presentations, Notes

7/2/2020 Agenda, Presentations, Notes

8/6/2020 Agenda, Presentations, Notes

9/3/2020 Agenda, Presentations, Notes

10/1/2020 Agenda, Presentations, Notes

11/5/2020 Agenda, Presentations, Notes

12/3/2020 Agenda, Presentations, Notes


1/3/2019 Agenda, Presentations, Notes

2/7/2019 Agenda, Presentations, Notes (No meeting-Snow Day)

3/7/219 Agenda, Presentations, Notes

4/4/2019 AgendaPresentationsNotes

5/2/2019 AgendaPresentationsNotes

6/6/2019 AgendaPresentationsNotes

7/11/2019 AgendaPresentationsNotes 

8/1/2019 AgendaPresentationsNotes

9/5/2019 AgendaPresentationsNotes

10/3/2019 AgendaPresentationsNotes

11/7/2019 AgendaPresentationsNotes

12/5/2019 AgendaPresentationsNotes

Capital Improvement UpdateS

 (formerly known as the flipbook)

Learn the latest about our capital improvement program and current projects.

Fall 2022 Edition

2022 Capital Improvement Projects Update.

Jeffco Builds In Action

In The News

Follow along with news about Jeffco Builds.

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Bond and Mill School Improvements Video Series

Check out our ongoing collection of stories related to new taxpayer approved school funding in Jeffco Public Schools, and how that money is being used.

Click the upper right corner to see all videos from the series or view the playlist on YouTube.



The Bond Program allows us to provide our students and educators safe, high-quality learning environments.

Specifically, Jeffco Public Schools will use these funds to:
  • Add and expand career/technical education facilities.
  • Upgrade safety and security equipment in school buildings.
  • Repair, renovate, equip, and reconstruct buildings to ensure our schools are safe, efficient and accessible to all students, including those with disabilities.
  • Construct, furnish, equip, and support needs in buildings and classrooms at all schools in the district, including charter schools.
View detailed financial updates and reports.
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