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Capital Improvement Planning

Capital Improvement Planning

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  1. Capital Improvement Planning

  2. CIP Request FY2015 breakdown • HVAC Replacements multiple sites • $9,185,913 Total project (over 5 years) • School Division cannot “save” money by law, must spend appropriation annually and return to City any unspent portion • Fiscal years 2014-2019 • 269 roof top units currently 18-21 years old • 80 water source heat pumps 35 years old • 2 centrifugal chillers 22 • 1 air cooled chiller 18 years old

  3. CIP Request FY2015 breakdown • Land Site: • 1,200 Pupil Middle School - $46.2m • 1,000 Pupil Elementary School -$29.9m • Allow closing of two existing Elementary Schools • Florence Bowser • Driver Elementary • Relieve current overcrowding at Creekside Elementary (Approx. 200 seats) • Reduces number of schools to be built by one (1) Elementary School (savings of $16m) • Builds in vacant seat capacity for expected growth in northern end (Current year estimate: 240 seats)

  4. CIP Request FY2015 breakdown • Multiple Campus Site purchase (50-60 acres):$3 million • Northern end of City • Purchase land at today’s dollars due to increasing future costs of land • 2,100 additional units planned in Northern end of the City will bring even more students in next 10 years • Site would have room for Middle School and Elementary School on same campus

  5. Design Considerations for Educational Use • Security • Furniture that is ergonomic and allows movement • Spaces for individual, small group, and large group learning • Spaces that allow for collaboration among students and staff • Natural light • Safe play areas • Spaces for special needs students and special programs • Technology needs for classroom and large group instruction • Technology needs for testing

  6. Middle School Spacing Requirements • 700 square feet minimum space per classroom • Career & Tech Ed spaces and labs (Family & Consumer Science, Modeling, etc.) • Chorus and Band Rooms to include space for instrument storage • Art room to include space for equipment • Technology lab(s) per school • Auditorium • Minimum of one self-contained special ed space per school

  7. Example: Middle School A R C H IT E C T S

  8. Example: Middle School 2nd level

  9. Middle School Construction Cost model Construction Costs (Hard costs)FactorsCosts Building and Site Construction Costs 192,000 sq/ft ($185.19 per sq/ft) $35,556,480 Exceptional Site Turn lanes/off site imprv. .014% 500,000 Exceptional Site Existing Bldg demo. 0 Exceptional Site Utilities extension, sanitary 0 Total Construction Costs 36,056,480 Contingency factor 5.00% 1,802,824 Total Construction and Contingency 37,859,304 Miscellaneous Project Costs (Soft costs) Site Acquisition (Separate Project) Surveys, Geothermal, Septic drain, Utility Connection, City inspection, power and lighting, Testing and inspections, technology, loose furnishing, Equipment, printing, advertising, and reproduction 5,704,801 Total 2013 Cost of Construction 43,564,105 Total Projected costs with 3% escalation 2015 46,217,159 Total Projected costs with 3% escalation 2016 47,603,674

  10. Elementary Spacing Requirements Grades PreK, K and 1: • 975 square feet minimum space per classroom • Bathrooms included in each classroom • Sink and storage for student belongings in each classroom Grades 2-5: • 800 square feet minimum space per classroom • Sink and storage for student belongings in each classroom • Minimum of one self-contained special ed space per school • Technology lab per school • Media center, art, music resource classrooms per school

  11. Example: Grades 2-8

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  13. Elementary School Construction Cost model Construction Costs (Hard costs)FactorsCosts Building and Site Construction Costs 124,000 sq/ft ($185.23 per sq/ft) $22,968,520 Exceptional Site Turn lanes/off site imprv. .014% 321,559 Exceptional Site Existing Bldg demo. 0 Exceptional Site Utilities extension, sanitary 0 Total Construction Costs 23,290,079 Contingency factor 5.00% 1,148,426 Total Construction and Contingency 24,438,505 Miscellaneous Project Costs (Soft costs) Site Acquisition (Separate Project) Surveys, Geothermal, Septic drain, Utility Connection, City inspection, power and lighting, Testing and inspections, technology, loose furnishing, Equipment, printing, advertising, and reproduction 3,703,120 Total Construction Costs 2013 28,141,625 Total Projected costs with 6% escalation 2016 29,855,450 Total Projected costs with 3% escalation 2017 30,751,114

  14. Other CIP Requests - FY2015 breakdown • Hazardous Materials Management – Mold, asbestos, other hazardous substances $75,000/annually • Operations Center –location TBD 2015-2016 estimated at $9.0m • John F. Kennedy Middle School renovation 2018-2019 - $19.6m • Forest Glen Middle School renovation 2017-2018 - $10.9m • John Yeates Middle School renovation 2018-2019 - $15.3m • Elephant’s Fork ES renovation 2019-2020 - $8.8m