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Superintendent’s Proposed Capital Improvement Plan 2009-2019. October 27, 2008. The Opening Ceremonies. What is the Capital Improvement Plan (CIP)?. Superintendent’s recommended CIP budget to the School Board Intended to convey the school system’s needs Spans a ten-year period

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Superintendent s proposed capital improvement plan 2009 2019

Superintendent’s Proposed Capital Improvement Plan 2009-2019

October 27, 2008


The opening ceremonies

The Opening Ceremonies


What is the capital improvement plan cip

What is the Capital Improvement Plan (CIP)?

  • Superintendent’s recommended CIP budget to the School Board

  • Intended to convey the school system’s needs

  • Spans a ten-year period

  • First five year’s cost information included

  • Fluid document that is updated annually


What types of projects are in the cip

What Types of Projects Are in the CIP?

  • Permanent new or expanded facilities

  • Modernization or renovation of facilities

  • Site acquisition

  • Mechanical/maintenance projects

  • Architectural/engineering design work


Evaluating capital projects facility condition inspections

Facility 20+ years old

OR

Addition 10+ years old

Evaluate facility and mechanical systems

Determine costs

Include in School Plants Budget

Include in CIP

Evaluating Capital Projects(Facility Condition Inspections)


Why does the cip change annually

Major repairs, maintenance, and renovations

Housing info

Student population

Why Does the CIP Change Annually?


New homes built 2003 2007

New Homes Built 2003-2007

Does not include age-restricted units


Approved preliminary home sites by middle school planning area

IRM

79

OSM

547

JMS/WBM

564

CWM/GRM

1,984

DCM/HOM

400

GBM

213

HMS

575

Approved Preliminary Home Sites (by Middle School Planning Area)

Total: 4,362

Source: City of Chesapeake Planning Department, 7/08


Percent of enrollment change 1998 2008

Percent of Enrollment Change1998-2008

3 years of

enrollment

decline

23 consecutive

years of

enrollment growth


Recent enrollment considerations

Recent Enrollment Considerations

  • More 12th graders exiting than Kindergartners entering

  • Although CPS declined in overall enrollment, 20 schools gained students this year

  • As of 2007, enrollment decline is regional:

    • Norfolk declined 5 of 5 years

    • Portsmouth and Virginia Beach declined 3 of 5 years

  • Significant downturn of local/regional/national housing and economic markets


Changing enrollment patterns kindergarten vs 12th grade enrollment

Changing Enrollment PatternsKindergarten vs. 12th Grade Enrollment

3,062

2,534

2,505

2,382


Historical enrollment compared to projected enrollment

Historical Enrollment Compared to Projected Enrollment

38,100

37,800

*Estimated enrollment


Enrollment outlook

Enrollment Outlook

By 2030, Chesapeake’s population is expected to grow by 30%*

Chesapeake is expected to gain nearly 60,000 jobs by 2034*

Residential construction will continue to shift from large single family developments to multi-family, infill, and mixed-use housing developments

*Source: The Hampton Roads Planning District Commission, 6/07


Qualifying heats begin

Qualifying Heats Begin


All schools under 90 capacity

All Schools Under 90% Capacity


Superintendent s proposed capital improvement plan 2009 2019

90-99% Cap.

100-109% Cap.

110-119% Cap.

Elementary School Zones Over 90% of Capacity


Superintendent s proposed capital improvement plan 2009 2019

90-99% Cap.

100-109% Cap.

110-119% Cap.

*Once the replacement school for OSM is completed, OSM will be less than 100% of capacity.

Middle School Zones Over 90% of Capacity


Superintendent s proposed capital improvement plan 2009 2019

90-99% Cap.

100-109% Cap.

110-119% Cap.

120%+ Cap.

High School Zones Over 90% of Capacity

*Once the addition and renovation for WBH is completed, WBH will be less than 100% of capacity.


Portables by elementary school zones

Portables by Elementary School Zones

5

TME

9

WBP/ WBI

  • 14/28 elementary schools have portables

  • 72 portables total

12

CHT

3

GTP

7

SWE

4

DCE

18

BMW/ CWI

1

GRP

2

BRP

4

DCCE

2

GFE

5

SEE


Portables by middle school zones

Portables by Middle School Zones

  • 4/10 middle schools have portables

  • 85 portables total

12

IRM

30

OSM

17

CWM

26

HMS

12 portables at CWM are for an HVAC project


Portables by high school zones

Portables by High School Zones

  • 6/7 high schools have portables

  • 92 portables total

34

WBH

21

IRH

1

DCH

19

OSH

6

GBH

11

HHS


Qualifying heats continue

Qualifying Heats Continue


Why are major mechanical maintenance repairs needed

Why Are Major Mechanical/Maintenance Repairs Needed?

  • Systems and parts have a finite life

  • Scarcity or unavailability of older parts

    • Increased operational costs

    • Increased operational failures (example: no heat more frequently and for longer periods)

  • No temporary fix for failed roofs or HVAC systems


Age of roofs 15 20 year life span

Age of Roofs(15-20 Year Life Span)

CIP includes 20 roof replacements


Age of hvac systems 15 year life span

Age of HVAC Systems(15-Year Life Span)

CIP includes 29 HVAC replacements


The gold medal matches

The Gold Medal Matches


Major mechanical maintenance projects 65 261 800 or 17 of total cip budget

Major Mechanical/MaintenanceProjects$65,261,800 or 17% of Total CIP Budget

*Mixing boxes only


School projects 81 of total cip budget

$93,237,200 (31%)

School Projects

School Projects81% of Total CIP Budget

$72,113,200

$211,852,800

$21,124,000


Other projects 9 076 700 or 2 of total cip budget

Other Projects$9,076,700 or 2% of Total CIP Budget

  • Parking/storage facility for buses

  • Install lighting at GBH softball field

  • Addition & renovation of food services warehouse

  • Repairs at Chesapeake Alternative School

  • Repaving at DCH, DCE, GBH, and WBP

  • Repair auditorium ceiling at IRH


Chesapeake alternative school deep creek secep housing options

Chesapeake Alternative School & Deep Creek SECEP Housing Options

Option 1: Renovate and/or modernize the existing buildings

Option 2: Demolish the existing facilities and rebuild on the existing sites

Option 3: Sell the properties and facilities and rebuild on other sites

Option 4: Sell the properties and facilities and relocate to an existing facility or facilities


Nearing the closing ceremonies

Nearing the Closing Ceremonies


Superintendent s proposed capital improvement plan 2009 2019

2009-2014 Five-Year Grand Total(Current Dollars)

$379,428,500


Superintendent s proposed capital improvement plan 2009 2019

2009-2014 Five-Year Grand Total(Inflated Dollars)

$466,751,400


Extended public hearing work session coverage 7 00pm at sab

Extended Public Hearing & Work Session Coverage7:00PM at SAB

Thursday,

Nov. 6, 2008

Monday,

Nov. 10, 2008

Monday,

Nov. 24, 2008

& Final Action


Superintendent s proposed capital improvement plan 2009 2019

  • Additional copies of the CIP are available:

  • Planning & Development Dept.

  • www.cpschools.com

  • All branches of the public library

CIP 2009-19


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