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Vermilion Local Schools and Ohio Energy Efficiency Opportunities. Retrofit Management Services Program Energy Services Plan “Building Partnerships for the Future” April 14, 2008. Over 50 Years of Commitment to Service Customers. “Today’s Agenda”. Opening Comments Project Review

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vermilion local schools and ohio energy efficiency opportunities

Vermilion Local Schools and Ohio Energy Efficiency Opportunities

Retrofit Management Services Program

Energy Services Plan

“Building Partnerships for the Future”

April 14, 2008

Over 50 Years of Commitment to Service Customers

today s agenda
“Today’s Agenda”
  • Opening Comments
  • Project Review
  • Project Support Services
  • Project Discussion
program executive summary
Program Executive Summary
  • Bruner Corporation is pleased to present a OSFC Design Manual Compliant program that meets the State of Ohio criteria for H.B. 264 maintenance and operational savings’ programs and the Ohio Energy Loan Fund Program
  • The program is designed to reduce Vermilion Local School’s energy and operational costs while providing extensive facility and operational improvements along with a long-term maintenance plan
  • Follow-up plan and communication
vermilion schools needs
VermilionSchools Needs
  • Reduce Costs/Save Energy and Operational Dollars
  • Use Ohio energy efficiency programs where available
  • Improve Comfort Issues/Learning Environment
  • Athletic as well as district events and performances
  • Upgrade Outdated/Inefficient HVAC Equipment
    • Mechanical Equipment
    • Multi-Year Facility/Operational Plan
  • Integrate Centralized Control and Monitoring for all HVAC Equipment
  • Upgrade facilities as part of a long-term plan
  • Financial Direction and Facility Plan – OSFC/Long Term
summary of vls school upgrades
Summary of VLS School Upgrades
  • Lake Building (YMCA): Replace North End boilers, Pumps, Controls and Automation
  • VIS: Replace North End Boilers, Pumps, Roof over Cafeteria, Lighting, Door Installation, Controls and Automation
  • High School: Replace 6 RTU’s, Automation for Emergency Notification, Restroom Upgrades, Gymnasium Lighting, Lighting Sensors and Automation
  • Sailorway MS: AHU Upgrade, Pavement, Door Installation, Lighting, Lighting Sensors, Restroom Upgrades and Automation
  • Administration: Automation
  • South Street ES: New Windows, Door Installation, Restroom Upgrades, Tuck pointing, Gymnasium Lighting and Automation
  • High School Football Stadium: New Stadium Lighting, New Track Lighting, New Power Supply for all Buildings, Egress Lighting, Primary Switching for Baseball Field and Sound System
benefits to vermilion local schools
Benefits to Vermilion Local Schools
  • Gives district personnel control of HVAC and facility operations
  • Reduces costs and saves maintenance and operational dollars for the district
  • Improves comfort and eliminates breakdowns
  • Improves IAQ and meets code requirements in all areas
  • Cost-Audit-Ability provides lowest cost, best total value
  • Controlled process, one company to call
  • Avoids future HVAC expenditures (budget busters)
  • Shifts risk/responsibility to Bruner from VLS
  • Peace of mind a true partnership gives
  • Long-term plan for VLS
local impact
Local Impact
  • Focus on local firms to complete the work

* Mechanical *Electrical *Stadium Work

* Plumbing *Paving *Wiring

* Windows *Brick Work *Doors

  • Vested interest in the success of the project
  • Keep dollars and jobs in the local area
  • Familiar names and faces
  • Focus on creating the best possible learning environment
  • Continue partnerships with local firms
teacher staff meeting
Teacher/Staff Meeting
  • Discuss the program goals and benefits
  • Understand the OSFC requirements and expectations
  • Describe the impact on the teachers and staff
  • Educate teachers and staff on the operation of the system
  • Communicate the issue resolution plan for dealing with concerns and problems
program financial package cost savings information
Program Financial Package Cost/Savings Information
  • Project Cost: $2.36 Million Approx.
  • Project Savings: $250,000/yr. approx. in energy and operational reductions
  • Payback: 8 years approx.
  • State of Ohio Energy Grant Program - $25K
  • Use of energy loan fund (Saved about $240,000)
  • OSFC Approval
  • OSFC allows up to 15 year payback
  • Rate of Financing – 3.8%
ohio school facilities commission
Ohio School Facilities Commission
  • New OSFC/DOE process, new controls – same intent
  • Provides for energy and operational cost reductions and energy conservation measures
  • OSFC approves projects – Engineering & Value
  • State OSFC/DOE approves financial and legal package
  • Tony Sutor, P.E. – OSFC
  • Franklin Brown, State of Ohio DOE
  • Allows up to a 15 year payback
  • Refinancing options for earlier phases
  • Long-term Plan for VLS
next steps
Next Steps
  • Energy Audit – August 2008
  • Yearly Energy Audit – February 2009
  • Teacher/Staff review meeting – completed
  • Automation/control support - ongoing
  • HB 264/OELF analysis reports - Yearly
  • Present these reports to the BOE - ongoing