Public school systems face many unique challenges in managing and planning for their school facilities. Some are under mandate by legislatures to demonstrate equitable distribution of funds across school districts. Most work under funding constraints that force difficult tradeoffs in decisions regarding maintenance and renewal of their facilities.

School systems from New Jersey to Nevada and from Minnesota to Texas work with VFA to meet these challenges, at the district, county and statewide level. They develop long-range plans, effectively demonstrate the need for funding, and create optimal capital budgets using VFA solutions.

Representative Clients


Strong Bones

American School and University

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Prioritizing School Maintenance

American School & University

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Keeping Up With Changing Times: Facility Condition and Functional Adequacy in Today’s Schools

School Construction News

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Plan Ahead: Educational Estates

Local Authority Building and Maintenance

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New Mexico’s Model for Funding School Facilities’ Greatest Needs

School Business Affairs

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Making the Case for Modernization, Renovation, and Repair

School Business Affairs

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Facility, Program Indexes Help Determine Project Needs for Nevada District

School Construction News

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VFA to Host Webinar on How to Build a Case for Strategic Capital Investment

December 10, 2014
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Facilities Capital Planning Company VFA Appoints New Senior Business Director

April 9, 2013
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New Mexico Public Schools Facilities Authority Works with VFA to Capture, Prioritize and Report on Statewide Facilities Needs

May 17, 2011
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