As used in this subchapter:
(1) "Institution of higher education" means a state-supported university or college;
(2) "Life-cycle cost analysis" means an analytical technique that considers the costs of owning, using, and operating a facility over its economic life including without limitation:
(A) Initial costs;
(B) System repair and replacement costs;
(C) Maintenance costs;
(D) Operating costs, including energy costs; and
(E) Salvage value;
(3) (A) "Major facility" means a construction project larger than twenty thousand (20,000) gross square feet of occupied or conditioned space.
(B) "Major facility" does not include a transmitter building or a pumping station;
(4) "Major renovation" means a building renovation project that:
(A) Costs more than fifty percent (50%) of its current replacement value;
(B) Is larger than twenty thousand (20,000) gross square feet of occupied or conditioned space; and
(C) Is funded in whole or in part by the state;
(5) "Public agency" means a state agency, office, officer, board, department, or commission; and
(6) "Sustainable, energy-efficient public building" means a public building that, by complying with this subchapter, has the most economical energy and water efficiency for that type of building.