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Los Angeles Community
College District
Building Program Monthly Progress Report

September 2013
LACCD Building Program

Report Period: September 2013

Overview

The Los Angeles Community College District Building Progr...
LACCD Building Program

Report Period: September 2013

Fund Summary

PROGRAM FUNDING

The voters of Los Angeles approved t...
LACCD Building Program

Report Period: September 2013

Fund Allocation Overview

PROGRAM FUNDING ALLOCATION

Funds from th...
LACCD Building Program

Report Period: September 2013

Program Reserve

PROGRAM RESERVE

On May 23, 2012, the Board of Tru...
LACCD Building Program

Report Period: September 2013

District Bond Contingency

PROGRAM CONTINGENCY

Program Contingency...
LACCD Building Program

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District Bond Contingency

PROGRAM CONTINGENCY ADD/DRAWDOWN DETAIL ...
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District Bond Contingency

PROGRAM CONTINGENCY ADD/DRAWDOWN DETAIL ...
LACCD Building Program

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College Project Status and Timeline Snapshot

COLLEGE PROJECT/BUILD...
LACCD Building Program

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College Sub-Project Status

COLLEGE SUB-PROJECT STATUS

The program...
Los Angeles City College

Report Period: September 2013

College Building Program Overview

In 1929, Los Angeles City Coll...
Los Angeles City College

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College Funding and Overall Budget
LACC's original total funding ...
Los Angeles City College

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Los Angeles City College

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PROJECTS (Continued)
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Los Angeles City College

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Project/Building Level Detail
01C-101 - Science and Technology Bu...
Los Angeles City College

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01C-102 - Family Life Science
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Los Angeles City College

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01C-103 - Maintenance Facilities
OV...
Los Angeles City College

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01C-106 - Cesar Chavez - Admin Buil...
Los Angeles City College

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01C-107 - Clausen Hall Modernizatio...
Los Angeles City College

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01C-108 - Da Vinci Hall Modernizati...
Los Angeles City College

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01C-109 - Franklin Hall Modernizati...
Los Angeles City College

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01C-110 - Holmes Hall Modernization...
Los Angeles City College

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01C-111 - Jefferson Hall Modernizat...
Los Angeles City College

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01C-115 - Health, Fitness, PE Build...
Los Angeles City College

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01C-116 - Parking Structure
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Los Angeles City College

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01C-117 - Student Admissions Center...
Los Angeles City College

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01C-119 - Parking Structure - Stude...
Los Angeles City College

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01C-120 - Athletic Field
OVERALL ST...
Los Angeles City College

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01C-122 - Child Development Center
...
Los Angeles City College

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01C-131 - MLK Library - Learning Re...
Los Angeles City College

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01C-132 - Cafeteria Building
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Los Angeles City College

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01C-133 - Theater Building
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Los Angeles City College

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01C-134 - Student Services Center
O...
Los Angeles City College

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01C-135 - Science and Technology II...
Los Angeles City College

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01C-136 - Communications Building
O...
Los Angeles City College

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01C-137 - Roofing - Chavez, RadTech...
Los Angeles City College

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01C-138 - Student Lounge
OVERALL ST...
Los Angeles City College

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01C-139 - Land Acquisition - South ...
Los Angeles City College

Report Period: September 2013

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01C-141 - Parking Mitigation - I Pa...
Los Angeles City College

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01C-142 - Temporary Facilities/3020...
Los Angeles City College

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01C-143 - Food Lab Upgrade
OVERALL ...
Los Angeles City College

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01C-145 - Green Technology Student ...
Los Angeles City College

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01C-146 - Physical Plant (M&O Build...
Los Angeles City College

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01C-147 - Learning Support Center
O...
Los Angeles City College

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01C-148 - South Gym Modernization
O...
Los Angeles City College

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01C-149 - Demolition of Men's Gym, ...
Los Angeles City College

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01C-150 - Chemistry Building Modern...
Los Angeles City College

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01C-151 - Life Sciences Modernizati...
Los Angeles City College

Report Period: September 2013

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01C-152 - Tennis Courts
OVERALL STA...
Los Angeles City College

Report Period: September 2013

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01C-170 - Master Planning
OVERALL S...
Los Angeles City College

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01C-173.01 - RWGPL - Site Utilities...
Los Angeles City College

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01C-173.02 - RWGPL - Landscaping/Ha...
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  1. 1. Los Angeles Community College District Building Program Monthly Progress Report September 2013
  2. 2. LACCD Building Program Report Period: September 2013 Overview The Los Angeles Community College District Building Program ("Program") is funded mainly by bonds approved by Los Angeles voters in 2001, 2003, and 2008. The Program is a $6 Billion effort to modernize the nine campuses in the District. Before the Program started, the District's nine colleges were in various states of disrepair and neglect, some having not seen a major capital improvement in decades. The Program's goal is to improve the nine campuses and advance the training for students, preparing them for jobs in such fields as nursing, other health care fields, public safety, manufacturing, automotive, technology, construction, and entertainment. Additionally, better facilities will mean that students transferring to a four-year college will be better prepared to take that next academic step. By providing more modern facilities, the Program allows the District to attract and retain the best faculty and staff while fostering major improvements to the colleges' neighborhoods. Affordable, accessible, and practical, the District has served over 3 million students in its seventy five year history. LACCD is the largest community college district in the United States serving more than 250,000 students. The nine colleges offer educational opportunities in 36 cities and over 882 square miles. More than 22.5% of all LACCD students are older than 25 years of age, and more than 20% are over 35 years of age. Eighty percent of the LACCD students are from underserved populations. Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 2 of 547
  3. 3. LACCD Building Program Report Period: September 2013 Fund Summary PROGRAM FUNDING The voters of Los Angeles approved three major bond issues supporting the need for new and improved campus facilities. The impetus for those bonds was the overwhelming demand for additional and more up to date instructional facilities and the aging and often decrepit condition of the District's campuses. The three separate bond issues were passed incrementally over a seven year period from 2001 to 2008 and total $5.7 billion. Approximately $557 million in bond interest, state and other sources results in a combined $6.2 billion building program total. [a] [b] [c] [e] Funding Variance Expended Fund Name Current Funding Prop A $1,360,178,795 $1,332,197,673 $1,359,673,598 $505,196 $1,309,859,765 Prop AA $1,053,668,391 $1,005,906,436 $1,051,332,627 $2,335,764 $983,370,837 Measure J $3,370,842,454 $2,177,022,726 $3,423,353,742 $-52,511,288 $1,496,133,885 State/Local/Fed $313,957,285 $294,834,781 $311,646,737 $2,310,548 $289,161,497 Program Reserve $160,000,000 $0 $0 $6,258,646,925 $4,809,961,615 $6,146,006,705 Total Funds Contracted [d]=[a]-[c] Estimate AT Completion $0 $-47,359,779 $4,078,525,983 State/Local/Fed $314M Prop AA $1,054M Measure J Program Reserve Prop A Prop AA State/Local/Fed Total: $3,371M 53.9% $160M 2.6% $1,360M 21.7% $1,054M 16.8% $314M 5.0% $6,259M 100.0% Program Funding Prop A $1,360M Program Reserve $160M Data Date 10/16/2013 Measure J $3,371M Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 3 of 547
  4. 4. LACCD Building Program Report Period: September 2013 Fund Allocation Overview PROGRAM FUNDING ALLOCATION Funds from the three bond issues, state and other sources have been allocated as shown below. The funds are organized into four primary accounts plus a program reserve and debt retirement. All of the funds with a few exceptions such as the District HQ, a portion of the technology, and debt retirement will be used for projects at the college or satellite locations. 1. College Projects are the fixed total amounts allocated to each of the nine colleges. The Colleges, through the President and shared governance, control which of the specific projects from the Bond Project Lists and Board approved Master Facilities Plans that are to be completed with those funds. 2. Central Services are for bidding, insurance, legal, accounting and a number of other costs directly related to the College Projects. Historically, all of the funds were allocated to the College Projects account with these costs being paid by the District and then reallocated to the colleges. Experience from the first two bond measures drove a change that separately budgeted and controlled these Central Services at the District. 3. Satellites and Multicampus provides for future or additional college locations and for modernization of the District headquarters building. 4. Districtwide Projects provide certain program-wide initiatives required by the Measure J bond issue that are controlled by the District. [a] [b] Current Funding Description College Projects [c] Contracted [d]=[a]-[c] Estimate AT Completion Funding Variance [e] Expended $4,725,771,778 $3,922,436,303 $4,764,718,545 $-38,946,767 $3,387,680,781 Los Angeles City College $568,551,731 $420,621,578 $568,551,731 $0 $390,452,976 East Los Angeles College $644,754,552 $540,931,445 $679,001,079 $-34,246,526 $462,563,926 Los Angeles Harbor College $449,236,780 $420,211,038 $449,236,780 $0 $356,346,752 Los Angeles Mission College $435,646,620 $406,373,080 $434,804,672 $841,948 $376,645,687 Pierce College $627,755,558 $458,768,770 $627,755,558 $0 $407,553,641 Los Angeles Southwest College $404,282,546 $360,703,113 $409,824,736 $-5,542,190 $294,721,940 Los Angeles Trade-Tech College $581,853,916 $499,351,995 $581,853,916 $0 $406,428,154 Los Angeles Valley College $612,808,978 $451,438,841 $612,808,978 $0 $345,978,873 West Los Angeles College $400,881,096 $364,036,444 $400,881,096 $0 $346,988,831 Central Services, Satellite and Initiatives $1,372,875,147 $887,525,312 $1,381,288,160 $-8,413,013 $690,845,203 College Project Central Services $412,091,341 $385,636,497 $545,772,012 $-133,680,672 $251,406,913 District Bond Contingency $123,607,525 $0 $2,802,763 $120,804,762 $0 Satellites $346,774,919 $210,622,938 $342,169,984 $4,604,935 $206,947,804 $24,737 $24,737 $24,737 $0 $24,737 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Mission College - Sunland/Tujunga Valley College - Burbank $109,302 $113,986 $109,302 $0 $109,302 $1,103,957 $755,652 $755,652 $348,304 $755,652 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 District 770 HQ $50,774,904 $49,240,138 $52,273,534 $-1,498,630 $47,834,860 LACCD Van de Kamp Innovation Campus $85,966,126 $91,568,297 $92,859,240 $-6,893,114 $90,951,822 $208,795,892 $68,920,127 $196,147,518 $12,648,375 $67,271,430 West College - LAX Health Careers Academy at County General Southwest Museum Firestone Factory Building Districtwide Initiatives $373,239,912 $181,628,945 $373,239,912 $1 $122,853,553 $131,989,560 $92,333,196 $131,989,559 $1 $51,087,028 $67,978,869 $21,940,986 $67,978,869 $0 $13,226,287 $127,493,950 $47,498,522 $127,493,950 $0 $41,284,198 $1,117,930 $1,117,930 $1,117,930 $-1 $1,117,930 $10,112,150 $3,002,299 $10,112,149 $0 $2,719,478 Whole Building Commissioning $11,553,073 $11,185,109 $11,553,073 $0 $10,769,845 Storm Water Implementation $22,994,380 $4,550,902 $22,994,381 $-1 $2,648,787 Retire District Debt & Refinance* $117,161,451 $109,636,932 $117,303,489 $-142,038 $109,636,932 $6,098,646,925 $4,809,961,615 $6,146,006,705 $-47,359,779 $4,078,525,983 $160,000,000 $0 $0 $0 $6,258,646,925 $4,809,961,615 $6,146,006,705 $4,078,525,983 Energy Transportation and Accessibility Improvements Technology Anti-Graffiti Program Warranty Program Total Allocated Funds Program Reserve Total Funds * LACCD Managed Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 4 of 547
  5. 5. LACCD Building Program Report Period: September 2013 Program Reserve PROGRAM RESERVE On May 23, 2012, the Board of Trustees adopted a policy for funding of the district’s bond program reserve to address the level of risks and work remaining on the districts building program based on the recommendation from the Ad Hoc Committee for the District created by the Board President to set aside $160 million for Program Reserve fund to provide funds for the many risks associated with contractor claims, defaults, unforeseen conditions, DSA close-out, and post warranty design and construction issues, and other yet unbudgeted-for risks that are outside the range of the usual College, Central Services, Satellite, and Districtwide Initiatives. A risk management firm has been retained by the Program Manager to assess the level of reserve to maintain, when the funds may be reduced, and at what time after the Building Program has been completed any potential remaining funds may be fully distributed. College Contribution Los Angeles City College $19,275,950 East Los Angeles College $21,846,433 Los Angeles Harbor College $15,217,573 Los Angeles Mission College $14,760,179 Pierce College $21,259,263 Los Angeles Southwest College $13,694,842 Los Angeles Trade-Tech College $19,709,971 Los Angeles Valley College $20,656,131 West Los Angeles College $13,579,658 Total Program Reserve Funds Committed Funds Available Program Reserve $160,000,000 $0 $160,000,000 PROGRAM RESERVE COMMITMENT(S) College Description Data Date 10/16/2013 Committed Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 5 of 547
  6. 6. LACCD Building Program Report Period: September 2013 District Bond Contingency PROGRAM CONTINGENCY Program Contingency funds are reserved for Central Services, Satellite, and Districtwide Initiatives budgets that may be insufficient due to unprecedented increases in costs, unavoidable but necessary changes in scope, additional scope of services, and protracted delays caused by external forces that result in additional costs. As the program nears completion, the District will assess the level of funding to maintain, when the funding may be reduced and to explore potential uses of these remaining funds. Description Amount Fund Inception 1/2009 $18,247,764 Add/Drawdown Net $105,359,761 Available Funds $123,607,525 PROGRAM CONTINGENCY ADD/DRAWDOWN DETAIL Date Description Add'd Funds Amt 02/16/2011 Measure J Interest - Inception through 11/1/2010 03/29/2011 BOT Decision Drawdown Amt $965,277 $7,327,906 Transfer to District HQ Project 30D.5078.03 06/02/2011 Budget adjustment per District (May 03, 2011) 10/18/2011 08V-803 Valley College Allied Health Retro Commissioning Upgrade Project $52,344 $3,023,699 This provides a temporary transfer and of two items against the District Reserve account until the appropriate account is determined by the District and the College: 1. Retro commissioning on the Valley College Allied Health project under Pankow contract 32474 totaling $2,939,141, which was incorrectly charged to 40J OCIP account and is being corrected; and the 2. Exterior repairs on the Valley College Allied Health project via September 7, 2011 Board approved emergency resolution ratifying Lombard Construction work in the amount of $84,558, which does not have a project funding source. 02/03/2012 Interest earned on COP's 02/06/2012 Interest Earned of unallocated interest & Other Income $10,259,860 02/06/2012 Interest Earned of unallocated interest & Other Income $561,954 02/06/2012 Interest Earned of unallocated interest & Other Income $967,582 06/11/2012 01C-199 Bond Program Reserve-Prop A From City Prop A See City Transfer PBTF #0800 $850,074 $5,177,310 Bond Program Reserve-Prop A From City Prop A See City Transfer PBTF #0800 BOTapproved a Resolution to funding of the district Bond Programs Reserve to address the level of risks and work remaining on the districts building program. 06/11/2012 01C-199 Bond Program Reserve-Prop AA From City Prop AA See City Transfer PBTF #0801 $839,039 Bond Program Reserve-Prop AA From City Prop AA See City Transfer PBTF #0801 BOT approved a Resolution to funding of the district Bond Programs Reserve to address the level of risks and work remaining on the districts building program. 07/11/2012 Interest Earn on COP's June 2011-March 2012 & Funding VDK $3,410,760 Additional Interest Earn on COP's June 2011-March 2012 in the amount of $166,007.55 therefore will increase budget. See Email from District. Budget Transfer of $3,576,837.74 to the VDK budget to fund the VDK expenditures per the direction of the Distirct. Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 6 of 547
  7. 7. LACCD Building Program Report Period: September 2013 District Bond Contingency PROGRAM CONTINGENCY ADD/DRAWDOWN DETAIL (Continued) Date 08/03/2012 Description 40J-J99.01 Transfer from District Contingency to Bond Prgram Reserve Prop A & PropAA Add'd Funds Amt Drawdown Amt $1,689,113 City College contribute Prop A $850,073.92 & Prop AA$ 839,039.14 to the Bond Program reserve. Allocation will be budgeted at District Contingency and transfer of Measure Jfunds from distict contingency will be transfe to Bond Program Reserve. Total $1,689.113.06 08/08/2012 40J-J99 Harbor Program Reserve from Distirct Contingency $7,391,015 Harbor Program Bond Reserve Contribution Bond Program Reserve Prop AA from Harbor to fund Bond Program Reserve see Transfer RH03,RH06 ,RH01. BOT approved a Resolution to funding of the district Bond Programs reserve to address the level of risks and work remaining on the districts building program. Measure J $7,826,557.50 Prop AA $7,391,015.49 Total $15,217,573.00 Transfering Prop AA Funds to district contingency and funding program reserve through Measure J distirct contingency. 08/08/2012 40J-J99 Harbor Program Bond Reserve Contribution $7,391,015 Harbor Program Bond Reserve Contribution Bond Program Reserve Prop AA from Harbor to fund Bond Program Reserve see Transfer RH03,RH06 ,RH01. BOT approved a Resolution to funding of the district Bond Programs reserve to address the level of risks and work remaining on the districts building program. Measure J $7,826,557.50 Prop AA $7,391,015.49 Total $15,217,573.00 Transfering Prop AA Funds to district contingency and funding program reserve through Measure J distirct contingency. 09/26/2012 ELAC IT Coordinator $230,000 ELAC College funded the IT Coordinator and additional of 12 Months. NTE amount $230,000. Funding is through 02E.6218.03 Academic Network Integrated Backbone bond eligible under Prop A. Reference Doc: PBTF: ELAC-504, East Tech IT, ELACTech9.25.12 Reference: PBTF ELAC-504 , PBTF East Tech IT, 09/26/2012 ELAC IT Coordinator $230,000 ELAC College funded the IT Coordinator and additional of 12 Months. NTE amount $230,000. Funding is through 02E.6218.03 Academic Network Integrated Backbone bond eligible under Prop A. In order of consistency we will transfer measure j funds to IT Coordinator 40J.5205.05 and transfer the Prop A fund that ELAC provided under District Contingency. Total Amount $230,000 Reference Doc: PBTF: ELAC-504, East Tech IT, ELACTech_9.26.12 02/11/2013 Satellite & District Bond Contingency Funds $69,865,960 Resolution: Satellite & District bond contingency fund 1/30/2013 The Ad Hoc Committee on Assets Management determined that it is best , at this point to suspend further development of planned satellite projects, including Sunland/Tujunga (LA Mission), Burbank (LA Valley College), LAC (West LA), and the Health Careers Academy at County General (East LA) and further that the funding for those projects be transferred into the District bond Contingency fund. 02/12/2013 Resolution Satellite & District Bond Contingency $12,657,511 Resolution: Satellite & District bond contingency fund 1/30/2013 The Ad Hoc Committee on Assets Management determined that it is best , at this point to suspend further development of planned satellite projects, including Sunland/Tujunga (LA Mission), Burbank (LA Valley College), LAC (West LA), and the Health Careers Academy at County General (East LA) and further that the funding for those projects be transferred into the District bond Contingency fund. Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 7 of 547
  8. 8. LACCD Building Program Report Period: September 2013 District Bond Contingency PROGRAM CONTINGENCY ADD/DRAWDOWN DETAIL (Continued) Date 07/08/2013 Description Add'd Funds Amt Budget funding of IT Cordinator Drawdown Amt $99,500 Reference Document #PBTF ELAC-645 & PBTF#IT_ELAC-645_J This budget transfer will fund the services of IT Coordinator Technology at ELAC for Sunil Shaw for additional 5 months from August 2013 through December 2013, not to exceed amount of $99,500. The college feels the Sunil's services are crucial to the program and would like to contribute the necessary budget from their bond (Prop A) funds in order to extend the contract. Prop A funds will be transfer into District Bond Contingency with Transfer PBTF# IT_ELAC-645_A. In addition a budget transfer will be created to fund the IT coordinator at ELAC with Measure J (40J.5205.05) funds from the District Bond Contingency. 07/08/2013 Budget trnsfer to fund ELAC IT corrdiantor $99,500 Reference Document #PBTF ELAC-645 & PBTF#IT_ELAC-645_A This budget transfer will fund the services of IT Coordinator Technology at ELAC for Sunil Shaw for additional 5 months from August 2013 through December 2013, not to exceed amount of $99,500. The college feels the Sunil's services are crucial to the program and would like to contribute the necessary budget from their bond (Prop A) funds in order to extend the contract. Prop A funds will be transfer into District Bond Contingency with Transfer PBTF# IT_ELAC-645_A. In addition a budget transfer will be created to fund the IT coordinator at ELAC (40J.5205.05) with Measure J funds from the District Bond Contingency. 10/11/2013 Budget transfer requires to reallocate ADA coordinator $6,208,599 In coordination with the financial review and update of the Program’s financial status, the PMO has analyzed the current and potential increasing over-commitment of the Districts’ centrally funded accounts. See the attached approval by District on 10/3/2013. These budget transfers will allow budget allowance to transfer funds to District Bond Contingency in which it was previously approved by district. In addition, the transfer will re-appropriate the funds by cost type. These funds are used for district wide procurements. 40J-J02 Transporation and Access-ADA 40J-J91- Project Management 40J-J10 Resourse & Recovery 40J-J06- Anti Graffi 10/11/2013 Budget Transfer Central Service from Move Managerment $12,001,676 In coordination with the financial review and update of the Program’s financial status, the PMO has analyzed the current and potential increasing over-commitment of the Districts’ centrally funded accounts. See the attached approval by District on 10/3/2013. These budget transfers will allow budget allowance to transfer fromMove Management to District Bond Contingency in which it was previously approved by district. In addition, the transfer will reallocate the funds cost type. These funds are used for district wide central services. 10/11/2013 Budget tranfer for to fund central services $404,052 In coordination with the financial review and update of the Program’s financial status, the PMO has analyzed the current and potential increasing over-commitment of the Districts’ centrally funded accounts. See the attached approval by District on 10/3/2013. These budget transfers will allow budget allowance to transfer from Specialty Consultant to District Bond Contingency in which it was previously approved by district. In addition, the transfer will re-appropriate the funds by college and cost type. These funds are used for district wide central services. Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 8 of 547
  9. 9. LACCD Building Program Report Period: September 2013 College Project Status and Timeline Snapshot COLLEGE PROJECT/BUILDING STATUS The program passed the half way mark with $3.6 billion of the $6.2 billion total construction program complete. That translates into 200 of the 378 projects complete. The pace of construction has grown significantly in the last three years and that upward trend will peak in the few years and begin to drop off significantly. In Progress In Const. Completed College Name In Design Pending In Planning Not Started In Moratorium Total Los Angeles City College 18 4 6 7 0 1 36 East Los Angeles College 20 4 0 1 0 1 26 Los Angeles Harbor College 24 4 0 1 0 3 32 Los Angeles Mission College 13 2 0 1 0 7 23 Pierce College 24 12 1 3 0 8 48 Los Angeles Southwest College 16 4 0 3 2 2 27 Los Angeles Trade-Tech College 16 4 2 4 2 3 31 Los Angeles Valley College 27 3 3 6 0 1 40 West Los Angeles College 11 0 4 0 2 4 21 5 0 0 1 0 1 7 26 8 18 10 21 4 87 200 45 34 37 27 35 378 Satellites Districtwide Initiatives Total College Projects COLLEGE SCHEDULE TIMELINE A master schedule for the nine colleges is diagrammed below. Major construction is planned to complete in the next two to four years. A small volume of project work and close-out will continue for another several years beyond. College Name 2011 2012 Los Angeles City College 8 12 11 East Los Angeles College 11 12 10 10 8 2013 8 7 10 10 10 12 7 2014 2015 2016 7 7 7 9 8 9 8 9 7 7 5 5 4 3 3 13 13 9 8 8 9 10 9 7 7 6 6 5 4 4 4 5 3 2 Los Angeles Harbor College 8 8 9 8 9 6 7 7 6 6 5 3 1 1 1 2 5 5 5 5 Los Angeles Mission College 5 5 6 6 6 5 5 4 4 6 10 9 7 8 4 3 2 2 2 1 Pierce College 16 17 19 19 21 20 18 18 17 17 17 17 14 14 14 15 15 12 13 15 18 17 12 Los Angeles Southwest College 4 4 6 6 6 3 3 4 6 6 6 5 6 8 7 6 4 4 3 1 1 1 Los Angeles Trade-Tech College 7 5 4 4 3 4 4 3 7 7 6 7 7 8 9 7 10 9 6 3 2 3 Los Angeles Valley College 2 2 2 4 4 3 2 1 1 3 3 4 5 7 7 9 6 7 8 8 6 1 West Los Angeles College 6 5 7 7 6 4 5 6 6 4 7 6 4 3 4 4 3 3 4 2 3 3 3 Districtwide Initiatives 8 10 11 9 7 7 9 15 15 14 11 9 7 7 7 Satellites Data Date 10/16/2013 1 20 15 17 17 18 18 18 16 3 1 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 9 of 547
  10. 10. LACCD Building Program Report Period: September 2013 College Sub-Project Status COLLEGE SUB-PROJECT STATUS The program passed the half way mark with $3.6 billion of the $6.2 billion total construction program complete. That translates into 200 of the 378 projects complete. The pace of construction has grown significantly in the last three years and that upward trend will peak in the few years and begin to drop off significantly. In Progress Completed College Name In Const. In Design Pending In Planning Not Started In Moratorium Total Sub-Projects Los Angeles City College 48 4 7 9 6 1 75 East Los Angeles College 81 4 4 4 4 1 98 Los Angeles Harbor College 50 5 0 1 8 3 67 Los Angeles Mission College 61 3 3 2 3 8 80 Pierce College 69 16 4 4 2 9 104 Los Angeles Southwest College 65 4 0 3 4 2 78 Los Angeles Trade-Tech College 59 6 4 6 8 3 86 Los Angeles Valley College 42 3 5 8 2 1 61 West Los Angeles College 42 1 5 1 3 4 56 Satellites 10 0 0 1 0 1 12 Districtwide Initiatives 26 8 18 10 21 4 87 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 553 54 50 49 61 37 804 Program Reserve Total College Sub-Projects Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 10 of 547
  11. 11. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 College Building Program Overview In 1929, Los Angeles City College (LACC) was established on an attractive 49 acre site that also served as the original location for UCLA. Presently, LACC serves the Los Angeles area as the "Urban Oasis of Learning" with multi-story classroom buildings, computer labs, a theatre, television & film studios, parking facilities and gymnasiums. LACC is further serving the Los Angeles area by opening a new library, a new child development center, new state-of-the-art science laboratories, a new student union, a new learning resource center, a new parking structure, new athletic fields, a new gymnasium and pool, modernized classrooms, a new student services center, new maintenance facilities and new site infrastructure with $569 million in Bond funds. Los Angeles City College continues significant campus improvements, such as the Da Vinci Hall Modernization project. Founded in 1929, Los Angeles City College is one of the most diverse campuses in the 112-campus California Community College System, located adjacent to the Central Los Angeles, Koreatown, Filipinotown and Little Armenia areas of the city. Serving nearly 38,000 students annually, LACC offers academic and workforce development programs in over 160 areas and is part of the Los Angeles Community College District, the largest community college district in the United States. Classes are offered fall and spring semesters and financial aid is available to students who qualify. For more information, visit www.lacitycollege.edu. COLLEGE PROGRESS SUMMARY (September 2013) There are three (3) major projects currently under construction totaling $34.1M. Here are the highlights in September 2013: 1) The design build contract for the Student Services Building and the Holmes Hall Renovation project was approved by the Board of Trustees in September! 2) The DaVinci Hall Modernization, the South Gym (Kinesiology South) and the Cesar Chavez Modernization projects were all approved by the Board of Trustees to use a Lease Lease-Back delivery method in September. 3) The Clausen Hall contractor has not adhered to their recovery schedule to obtain substantial completion of the building by the end of August, with the exception of the Recital Hall. The District will no longer allow partial occupancy of a building. This is a change in policy that was not anticipated. The CPM has been requesting Summit dck to augment or replace their HVAC subcontractor in order to expedite the completion of the building. In late July, Summit dck began the process to remove the HVAC contractor. The HVAC contractor has protested and there will be an administrative hearing regarding their removal. 4) The Health Fitness, PE Building contractor has not been able to obtain substantial completion by September 30. The majority of the work is complete, however, recently discovered design errors regarding several doors has impacted the occupancy of the building. The CPM, Contractor and Design team are developing options to resolve this issue as soon as possible. 5) The Athletic Track is nearing completion, with just minor items needing to be resolved to gain occupancy of this facility. 6) The reprogramming contract for DLR group was approved in September. This will allow the team to finalize the program for the Chemistry, Life Science, Cafeteria and Cesar Chavez Buildings due to the cancellation of the Learning Support Center. Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 11 of 547
  12. 12. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 College Funding and Overall Budget LACC's original total funding of $595M, which included Prop A/AA, Measure J, and State and Federal grants, has been reduced by a total amount of $26.1M due to the following: a) transfer of $19.3M to the District's Bond Program Reserve mandated by Board of Trustees' Resolution passed on 5/23/12, and b) transfer of budget and expenditures in the amount of $6.8M to Van de Kamp Innovation Center for the purchase of the Van de Kamp site in 2001. PROGRAM FUNDING [a] [b] [c]=[a]-[b] Fund Name Current Funding Current Budgeted Prop A $152,494,149 $151,419,314 $1,074,835 $91,306,486 $89,929,033 $1,377,453 $284,840,505 $282,854,179 $1,986,326 $39,910,590 $39,910,590 $0 $568,551,731 $564,113,117 $4,438,614 Prop AA Measure J State/Local/Fed Total Funds Owner's Reserve COLLEGE BUDGET [a] [b] Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" Construction [c] [d]=[a]-[c] [e] Estimate AT Completion Contracted Budget Variance Expended $434,273,173 $307,229,598 $434,618,473 $-345,300 $288,285,740 Programming & Design $46,830,010 $39,716,744 $46,454,219 $375,791 $35,089,831 Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment $20,150,425 $11,426,056 $20,152,244 $-1,819 $10,401,833 $9,327,567 $8,717,238 $9,356,239 $-28,672 $8,688,174 $53,527,381 $53,527,381 $53,527,381 $0 $47,982,837 $4,560 $4,560 $4,560 $0 $4,560 $4,438,614 $0 $4,438,614 $0 $0 $568,551,731 $420,621,578 $568,551,731 $0 $390,452,976 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty Program & Project Management Land Acquisition Owner's Reserve Total Budget COLLEGE PROJECT/BUILDING STATUS In Progress Completed Project/Buildings 18 In Const. 4 In Design 6 Pending In Planning 7 Not Started 0 In Moratorium 1 Total Projects 36 * P3/P6 Data Date: 10/09/2013 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 12 of 547
  13. 13. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project List None PROJECTS [A] [B] [C] Established Budget Current Budget Estimate AT Completion Proj Ref Project/Building Name 1 01C-101 Science and Technology Building Completed $43,209,575 $43,018,155 $43,018,155 2 01C-103 Maintenance Facilities Completed $535,339 $535,339 $535,339 3 01C-106 Cesar Chavez - Admin Building Modernization In Design $23,099,725 $27,461,336 $27,461,336 4 01C-107 Clausen Hall Modernization In Construction $19,977,206 $20,553,076 $20,553,076 5 01C-108 Da Vinci Hall Modernization In Design $19,552,442 $21,985,376 $21,985,376 6 01C-109 Franklin Hall Modernization Completed $24,800,845 $24,487,389 $24,487,389 7 01C-110 Holmes Hall Modernization In Planning $8,684,297 $10,748,230 $10,748,230 8 01C-111 Jefferson Hall Modernization Completed $11,125,883 $10,715,498 $10,715,498 9 01C-115 Health, Fitness, PE Building In Construction $27,388,239 $25,281,928 $25,281,928 10 01C-116 Parking Structure Completed $52,215,970 $52,220,010 $52,220,010 11 01C-119 Parking Structure - Student Admissions Center Completed $751,541 $751,541 $751,541 12 01C-120 Athletic Field In Construction $2,661,193 $4,115,906 $4,115,906 13 01C-122 Child Development Center Completed $15,845,700 $15,807,233 $15,807,233 14 01C-131 MLK Library - Learning Resource Center Completed $23,409,970 $23,448,928 $23,448,928 15 01C-134 Student Services Center In Planning $49,280,949 $44,009,183 $44,009,183 16 01C-136 Communications Building Completed $662,619 $613,006 $613,006 17 01C-137 Roofing - Chavez, RadTech, Holmes, Theater Completed $580,768 $580,768 $580,768 18 01C-138 Student Lounge Completed $555,553 $555,553 $555,553 19 01C-141 Parking Mitigation - I Pass Completed $539,520 $539,520 $539,520 20 01C-142 Temporary Facilities/3020 Wilshire In Construction $14,740,024 $13,903,752 $13,903,752 21 01C-143 Food Lab Upgrade Completed $788,671 $774,145 $774,145 22 01C-145 Green Technology Student Union Building Completed $42,103,653 $41,097,049 $41,097,049 23 01C-146 Physical Plant (M&O Building) In Design $8,345,284 $8,440,907 $8,440,907 24 01C-147 Learning Support Center In Planning $25,429,112 $604,381 $604,381 25 01C-148 South Gym Modernization In Design $11,750,535 $12,842,887 $12,842,887 26 01C-149 Demolition of Men's Gym, Pool, Maint & Misc Bungalows In Planning $3,469,800 $1,019,457 $1,019,457 27 01C-150 Chemistry Building Modernization Completed $8,254,097 $7,714,639 $7,714,639 28 01C-151 Life Sciences Modernization Completed $4,398,602 $5,506,136 $5,506,136 29 01C-152 Tennis Courts In Design $631,211 $833,271 $833,271 30 01C-173.01 RWGPL - Site Utilities Infrastructure Completed $23,961,788 $23,959,841 $23,959,841 31 01C-173.02 RWGPL - Landscaping/Hardscape Improvements $20,092,390 $20,072,089 $20,072,089 32 01C-173.03 RWGPL - Red Line Pedestrian Corridor In Moratorium Conditional In Design $6,397,616 $6,466,334 $6,466,334 33 01C-173.06 RWGPL - Central Plant Phase II In Planning $3,861,000 $4,151,522 $4,151,522 34 01C-173.07 RWGPL - Central Plant Completed $7,395,512 $7,395,012 $7,395,012 35 01C-173.09 RWGPL - Street Improvements In Planning $1,653,977 $1,756,227 $1,756,227 36 01C-179 Campus-Wide Improvements In Planning $6,343,354 $6,095,060 $6,095,060 01C-102 Family Life Science Cancelled $112,331 $112,331 $112,331 01C-117 Student Admissions Center Cancelled $1,109,227 $1,109,227 $1,109,227 01C-132 Cafeteria Building Cancelled $17,054 $519,606 $519,606 Data Date 10/16/2013 Status Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 13 of 547
  14. 14. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project List None PROJECTS (Continued) [A] [B] [C] Established Budget Current Budget Estimate AT Completion Proj Ref Project/Building Name 01C-133 Theater Building Cancelled $38,789 $38,789 $38,789 01C-135 Science and Technology II Cancelled $135,328 $135,328 $135,328 $515,906,689 $491,975,967 $491,975,967 Status SubTotal Major Projects LAND ACQUISITION [A] [B] [C] Established Budget Current Budget Estimate AT Completion Proj Ref Land Acquisition 01C-139 Land Acquisition - South of Monroe Street Projects $26,803,863 $25,446,434 $25,446,434 SubTotal Land Acquisition $26,803,863 $25,446,434 $25,446,434 PROJECT SUPPORT SERVICES [A] [B] [C] Acct ID Project Support Services Established Budget 01C-170 Master Planning $1,862,680 $1,733,309 $1,733,309 01C-190 Campus Project Support $43,742,072 $49,394,139 $49,394,139 01C-191 Bulk Procurement $1,882 $1,882 $1,882 $45,606,634 $51,129,330 $51,129,330 $588,317,187 $568,551,731 $568,551,731 SubTotal College Support Services Total Los Angeles City College Projects Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Current Budget Estimate AT Completion Page 14 of 547
  15. 15. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-101 - Science and Technology Building OVERALL STATUS: Completed DESCRIPTION Construction of three-story concrete and steel type II buildings. and offices for the administrative needs of the faculty and staff. Building Area: 85,195 GSF The buildings will provide laboratories, lecture halls, storage rooms, COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING The AOR continues to work on addressing the missing DSA approved Addendum and the outstanding Field Trip Notice items for project closeout. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" Construction [c] Contracted Estimate AT Completion [d]=[a]-[c] Budget Variance [e] Expended $36,487,875 $36,465,387 $36,465,387 $22,488 $36,370,894 Programming & Design $3,547,388 $3,510,418 $3,569,876 $-22,488 $3,510,163 Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment $2,733,703 $2,733,703 $2,733,703 $0 $2,720,599 $249,189 $249,189 $249,189 $0 $249,189 Program & Project Management $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Land Acquisition $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $43,018,155 $42,958,697 $43,018,155 $0 $42,850,846 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type Funding Source(s) Construction 85% Prop AA $5,940,969 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Spclty 1% Design 8% FF&E 6% Prop A $37,077,187 SUB-PROJECT(S) Sub-Proj ID Description 01C-101 Science and Technology Building Design Start* 10/21/2002 A NTP Construction* Occupancy/ In-Use* 06/04/2007 A 09/01/2009 A Estimate AT Completion $43,018,155 * P3/P6 Data Date: 08/12/2013 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 15 of 547
  16. 16. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-102 - Family Life Science OVERALL STATUS: Cancelled DESCRIPTION Renovation of existing 22,540 SF two-story and a small basement area, concrete building. Scope of work includes removal of hazardous materials, upgrade to meet current ADA and DSA codes, modernization of existing phone/data, security, fire alarm systems throughout the classrooms, labs and offices, installation of a new distribution ductwork and conversion of the space to support the Photography and Journalism departments. COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING Project is Cancelled. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" Construction [c] Contracted Estimate AT Completion [d]=[a]-[c] Budget Variance [e] Expended $0 Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment $0 $0 $0 $0 $105,881 Programming & Design $105,881 $105,881 $0 $105,881 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $6,450 $6,450 $6,450 $0 $6,450 Program & Project Management $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Land Acquisition $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $112,331 $112,331 $112,331 $0 $112,331 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type Funding Source(s) Design 94% Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Spclty 6% Prop A $112,331 SUB-PROJECT(S) Sub-Proj ID Description 01C-102 NTP Construction* Family Life Science Data Date 10/16/2013 Design Start* Occupancy/ In-Use* Estimate AT Completion $112,331 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 16 of 547
  17. 17. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-103 - Maintenance Facilities OVERALL STATUS: Completed DESCRIPTION Construction of 12,000 square foot maintenance facility along with shipping and receiving dock. Building Area: 12,000 GSF COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING Project is Completed. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] Contracted Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" [c] [d]=[a]-[c] Estimate AT Completion Budget Variance [e] Expended Construction $262,857 $262,857 $262,857 $0 $262,857 Programming & Design $188,822 $188,822 $188,822 $0 $188,822 Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment $83,660 $83,660 $83,660 $0 $83,660 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Program & Project Management $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Land Acquisition $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $535,339 $535,339 $535,339 $0 $535,339 Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type Funding Source(s) Design 35% FF&E 16% Construction 49% Prop A $535,339 SUB-PROJECT(S) NTP Construction* Occupancy/ In-Use* Estimate AT Completion Sub-Proj ID Description 01C-103 Maintenance Facilities 08/29/2008 A $308,764 01C-177.01 Relocation of Transfer Center and MO 08/20/2003 A $226,575 Design Start* * P3/P6 Data Date: 08/12/2013 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 17 of 547
  18. 18. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-106 - Cesar Chavez - Admin Building Modernization OVERALL STATUS: In Design DESCRIPTION Renovation of an existing three-story concrete building with basement for the replacement of the academic programs with community based programs, which would take advantage of the proximity of the building to the periphery of the campus. DSPS/OSS will relocate from Clausen Hall to the Cesar Chavez Admin Bldg in order to be close to the new Student Services Building. Building Area: 85,538 GSF COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING The CPM is analyzing the impact on the campus due to the recent cancellation of the Learning Support Center Project and how components of the Learning Support Center Project and the Cesar Chavez Project building programs could be re-assigned to other campus facilities such as the Cafeteria, Chemistry and Life Science buildings. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" Construction [c] [d]=[a]-[c] Contracted Estimate AT Completion Budget Variance [e] Expended $19,769,848 $134,893 $19,754,225 $15,623 Programming & Design $2,075,227 $1,505,081 $2,090,850 $-15,623 $69,698 Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment $4,241,844 $157,263 $4,241,844 $0 $151,844 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty $19,270 Land Acquisition Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type $42,500 $42,500 $42,500 $0 $0 $1,331,918 $1,200,726 $1,331,918 $0 $329,414 $0 Program & Project Management $0 $0 $0 $0 $27,461,336 $3,040,462 $27,461,336 $0 $570,226 Design 8% FF&E 15% Funding Source(s) Prop A $33,701 PM & CPM 5% Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Spclty 0% Construction 72% Measure J $27,427,636 SUB-PROJECT(S) Sub-Proj ID Description 01C-106 Cesar Chavez - Admin Building Modernization Design Start* 03/19/2013 A NTP Construction* Occupancy/ In-Use* Estimate AT Completion 04/10/2016 10/21/2017 $27,461,336 * P3/P6 Data Date: 08/12/2013 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 18 of 547
  19. 19. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-107 - Clausen Hall Modernization OVERALL STATUS: In Construction DESCRIPTION Renovation of an existing two-story building. Scope of work includes, but not limited to, adding a storefront feature and infilling the exterior wall where a roll up door was removed, interior demolition/renovation for revised classrooms/labs and offices, and replacement of existing plumbing fixtures and mechanical equipment. Electrical work is per the revised classroom and office layouts. Site work is limited to protecting or replacing existing landscaping. Building Area: 60,646 GSF COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING The contractor has failed to adequately staff the project in order to meet their submitted recovery schedule. The contractor's surety is completing a survey to finish the work of the HVAC contractor. The CPM is working on mitigation measures to achieve Substantial Completion in December. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] [c] Contracted Estimate AT Completion $16,194,271 $15,488,104 $16,196,646 $-2,376 $8,445,199 $2,138,803 $1,937,273 $2,136,427 $2,376 $1,753,098 $914,591 $441,511 $914,591 $0 $169,117 Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" Construction Programming & Design Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty [d]=[a]-[c] Budget Variance [e] Expended $7,642 $7,642 $7,642 $0 $7,642 $1,297,769 $1,201,294 $1,297,769 $0 $1,176,150 $0 Program & Project Management $0 $0 $0 $0 $20,553,076 $19,075,825 $20,553,076 $0 $11,551,206 Land Acquisition Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type Construction 79% Design 10% Funding Source(s) State/Local/Fed $40,776 Prop AA $50,120 Prop A $957,264 FF&E 4% PM & CPM 6% Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Spclty 0% Measure J $19,504,918 SUB-PROJECT(S) Sub-Proj ID Description Design Start* NTP Construction* Occupancy/ In-Use* Estimate AT Completion 01C-107 Clausen Hall Modernization 11/05/2009 A 08/19/2011 A 01/30/2014 $19,795,776 01C-107.01 Clausen Hall - DSPS 10/20/2004 A $645,020 01C-107.02 Clausen Hall - Modernization 10/21/2004 A $33,146 01C-177.03 Relocation of Clausen Hall Student Center 01/13/2005 A $79,135 * P3/P6 Data Date: 08/12/2013 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 19 of 547
  20. 20. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-108 - Da Vinci Hall Modernization OVERALL STATUS: In Design DESCRIPTION Modernization of an existing three-story concrete frame building. The building will be vacated and modernized to accommodate various functions, including Art + Architecture, Art Gallery, Journalism, Photography, general assignment classrooms, administrative offices and support functions. Building Area: 65,920 GSF COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING The design phase of the project is approximately 99% complete and remains under DSA review. The project is currently in conformance with the budget and was submitted to DSA on August 8, 2012. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" Construction [c] [d]=[a]-[c] Contracted Estimate AT Completion Budget Variance [e] Expended $18,279,889 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty Program & Project Management Land Acquisition Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type Construction 83% $0 $27,141 $1,736,730 $1,873,437 $0 $1,181,256 $700,000 $0 $700,000 $0 $0 $16,840 $16,840 $16,840 $0 $0 $1,115,210 $1,008,257 $1,115,210 $0 $572,957 $0 Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment $18,279,889 $1,873,437 Programming & Design $62,769 $0 $0 $0 $0 $21,985,376 $2,824,596 $21,985,376 $0 $1,781,354 Design 9% Funding Source(s) Prop A $100,128 FF&E 3% PM & CPM 5% Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Spclty 0% Measure J $21,885,248 SUB-PROJECT(S) Sub-Proj ID Description Design Start* NTP Construction* Occupancy/ In-Use* Estimate AT Completion 01C-108 Da Vinci Hall 02/01/2011 A 02/24/2014 08/17/2015 $21,985,376 * P3/P6 Data Date: 08/12/2013 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 20 of 547
  21. 21. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-109 - Franklin Hall Modernization OVERALL STATUS: Completed DESCRIPTION Renovation of an existing four-story building. Scope of work includes, but not limited to, adding a storefront feature and infilling the exterior wall where a roll up door was removed, interior demolition/renovation for revised classrooms/labs and offices, and replacement of existing plumbing fixtures and mechanical equipment. Electrical work is per the revised classroom and office layouts. Building Area: 70,411 GSF COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING The modernization project is in the DSA closeout phase and is approximately 99% complete. The Roofing and Door Security projects are closed. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] [c] Contracted Estimate AT Completion $20,182,482 $20,182,482 $20,182,482 $0 $20,180,042 Programming & Design $1,769,210 $1,743,795 $1,769,210 $0 $1,721,563 Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" Construction [d]=[a]-[c] Budget Variance [e] Expended $1,794,643 $1,794,355 $1,794,643 $0 $1,794,355 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty $254,525 $254,525 $254,525 $0 $254,525 Program & Project Management $486,529 $486,529 $486,529 $0 $486,527 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $24,487,389 $24,461,686 $24,487,389 $0 $24,437,013 Land Acquisition Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type Construction 82% Funding Source(s) Design 7% FF&E 7% PM & CPM 2% Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Spclty 1% Measure J $6,441,116 Prop A $1,477,485 Prop AA $8,801,789 State/Local/Fed $7,767,000 SUB-PROJECT(S) Sub-Proj ID Description 01C-109 Franklin Hall Modernization Design Start* 04/02/2003 A NTP Construction* Occupancy/ In-Use* 07/23/2008 A 02/09/2010 A Estimate AT Completion $24,487,389 * P3/P6 Data Date: 08/12/2013 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 21 of 547
  22. 22. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-110 - Holmes Hall Modernization OVERALL STATUS: In Planning DESCRIPTION Renovation of an existing two-story concrete building with basement. Scope of work includes the installation of a new elevator, doors, frames and hardware sets, modifying existing fan coil units and improve air distribution, upgrading the network and A/V capacity, and bring the building to the current ADA standards and a the design of a new central HVAC system. Building Area: 30,656 GSF COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING The Board of Trustees approved award of the Design-Build contract to Harper Construction on Sept. 16 and the contract has been issued for signature. While the contract is pending, Harper has provided their initial baseline schedule for review. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" [c] [d]=[a]-[c] Contracted Estimate AT Completion Budget Variance [e] Expended Construction $8,606,116 $215,072 $8,606,116 $0 $93,238 Programming & Design $1,216,683 $704,933 $1,216,683 $0 $638,438 Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment $304,437 $79,437 $304,437 $0 $79,437 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty $105,971 $24,096 $105,971 $0 $24,096 Program & Project Management $515,022 $458,458 $515,022 $0 $356,809 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $10,748,230 $1,481,996 $10,748,230 $0 $1,192,018 Land Acquisition Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type Construction 80% Design 11% Funding Source(s) Prop AA $682,640 Prop A $680,515 FF&E 3% PM & CPM 5% Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Spclty 1% Measure J $9,385,075 SUB-PROJECT(S) Sub-Proj ID Description Design Start* NTP Construction* Occupancy/ In-Use* Estimate AT Completion 01C-110 Holmes Hall Modernization 09/11/2013 07/22/2010 A 01/02/2015 $10,748,230 * P3/P6 Data Date: 08/12/2013 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 22 of 547
  23. 23. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-111 - Jefferson Hall Modernization OVERALL STATUS: Completed DESCRIPTION Renovation of an existing three-story concrete building for English and ESL departments. Scope of work includes adding a storefront feature and infilling the exterior wall where a roll up door was removed, interior demolition/renovation for revised classrooms/labs and offices, and replacement of existing plumbing fixtures and mechanical equipment. Electrical work is per the revised classroom and office layouts. Building Area: 50,322 GSF COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING The DSA closeout phase is 98% complete. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" [c] [d]=[a]-[c] Contracted Estimate AT Completion Budget Variance [e] Expended Construction $8,060,640 $7,815,478 $8,060,640 $0 $7,763,720 Programming & Design $1,089,368 $1,056,242 $1,089,368 $0 $982,387 $901,274 $898,073 $901,274 $0 $897,657 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $664,217 $664,217 $664,217 $0 $664,217 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $10,715,498 $10,434,011 $10,715,498 $0 $10,307,981 Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty Program & Project Management Land Acquisition Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type FF&E 8% PM & CPM 6% Construction 75% Funding Source(s) Design 10% Measure J $5,778,696 Prop A $395,252 Prop AA $517,550 State/Local/Fed $4,024,000 SUB-PROJECT(S) Sub-Proj ID Description 01C-111 Jefferson Hall Modernization Design Start* 01/09/2008 A NTP Construction* Occupancy/ In-Use* 03/05/2010 A 08/25/2011 A Estimate AT Completion $10,715,498 * P3/P6 Data Date: 08/12/2013 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 23 of 547
  24. 24. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-115 - Health, Fitness, PE Building OVERALL STATUS: In Construction DESCRIPTION Construction of a two-story structure next to the existing Gymnasium. The new building will house a new basketball gym, fitness center, locker rooms and multi-purpose rooms. A new outdoor pool will be included in the project. Building Area: 41,187 GSF COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING The occupancy date is under review for approval by the District and is pending the correction of non-code compliant doors that were installed per the DSA approved plans and passing the Oct. 1st State Elevator inspection. The Contractor continues working overtime, Saturdays & Sundays. On-going issues continue regarding the quantity of design revisions that are required which also require DSA approval. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] [c] Contracted Estimate AT Completion Budget Variance $16,575,141 $17,690,705 $179,027 $14,986,356 Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" Construction $17,869,732 [d]=[a]-[c] [e] Expended Programming & Design $4,512,391 $4,511,136 $4,696,780 $-184,389 $4,111,358 Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment $1,263,000 $1,008,313 $1,263,000 $0 $439,193 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty $79,095 $73,733 $73,733 $5,362 $73,733 $1,557,710 $1,445,124 $1,557,710 $0 $1,242,863 $0 Program & Project Management $0 $0 $0 $0 $25,281,928 $23,613,447 $25,281,928 $0 $20,853,504 Land Acquisition Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type FF&E 5% PM & CPM 6% Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Spclty 0% Construction 71% Funding Source(s) Design 18% Prop A $6,827,905 Prop AA $18,454,023 SUB-PROJECT(S) NTP Construction* Occupancy/ In-Use* Estimate AT Completion 11/15/2010 A 08/26/2013 $24,168,674 04/14/2003 A 12/03/2003 A $263,663 Demolition of Bungalows for P.E. Building 10/07/2004 A $272,696 Relocation of Other Temporary Spaces 07/15/2008 A $111,939 01/12/2005 A $464,956 Sub-Proj ID Description 01C-115 Health, Fitness, PE Building 01C-176.02 Demolition of Tennis Courts, Bungalows 01C-176.03 01C-177 01C-177.02 Temporary Facilities - Parking Design Start* 05/01/2007 A 07/23/2003 A 12/11/2003 A * P3/P6 Data Date: 08/12/2013 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 24 of 547
  25. 25. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-116 - Parking Structure OVERALL STATUS: Completed DESCRIPTION Construction of two levels of covered parking, totaling 978 spaces, with a new athletic field on the top level, which includes a softball practice field, a soccer field and a six lane running track. This structure also includes a 12,000 SF maintenance facility with a shipping and receiving dock. Building Area: 519,000 GSF COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING Parking Structure & Maintenance Facility is complete. M&O Facilities: TTG was provided with a set of revised calculations and details. The CPM has developed scope items with the User Group to include as alternate bid items. Upon agreement of a new contract (proposal from TTG is pending), a new set of drawings will be prepared for DSA review. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] [c] Contracted Estimate AT Completion $49,708,151 $49,393,583 $49,677,274 $30,877 $49,345,542 Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" Construction Programming & Design [d]=[a]-[c] Budget Variance [e] Expended $2,193,451 $2,168,348 $2,224,328 $-30,877 $2,156,001 Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment $125,972 $102,803 $130,140 $-4,169 $102,803 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty $191,240 $191,240 $187,072 $4,169 $187,072 $1,196 $0 $1,196 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $52,220,010 $51,855,975 $52,220,010 $0 $51,791,419 Program & Project Management Land Acquisition Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type Funding Source(s) Construction 95% State/Local/Fed $127,285 Prop AA $1,822,261 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Spclty 0% Design 4% FF&E 0% PM & CPM 0% Prop A $50,270,464 SUB-PROJECT(S) NTP Construction* Occupancy/ In-Use* 09/07/2005 A 08/21/2008 A 02/02/2009 A 11/21/2013 02/18/2014 $420,768 10/16/2002 A 12/23/2002 A 03/19/2004 A $117,868 Sub-Proj ID Description 01C-116 Parking Structure 07/01/2002 A 01C-116.01 M&O FACILITIES 01C-176.01 Demolition of Maintenance Bungalows Design Start* Estimate AT Completion $51,681,373 * P3/P6 Data Date: 08/12/2013 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 25 of 547
  26. 26. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-117 - Student Admissions Center OVERALL STATUS: Cancelled DESCRIPTION Planning, design and construction of a new one story 26,000sf Student Admissions Center. COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING Project is Cancelled. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" [c] [d]=[a]-[c] Contracted Estimate AT Completion Budget Variance [e] Expended Construction $189,145 $189,145 $189,145 $0 $189,145 Programming & Design $796,579 $796,579 $796,579 $0 $796,579 Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment $51,041 $47,612 $51,041 $0 $51,041 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty $72,463 $72,463 $72,463 $0 $72,463 Program & Project Management $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Land Acquisition $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $1,109,227 $1,105,799 $1,109,227 $0 $1,109,227 Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type Funding Source(s) Design 72% Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Spclty 7% FF&E 5% Construction 17% Prop A $1,109,227 SUB-PROJECT(S) Sub-Proj ID Description 01C-117 NTP Construction* Temporary Student Center Occupancy/ In-Use* Student Admissions Center 01C-177.07 Design Start* Estimate AT Completion $921,548 01/26/2006 A $187,680 * P3/P6 Data Date: 08/24/2011 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 26 of 547
  27. 27. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-119 - Parking Structure - Student Admissions Center OVERALL STATUS: Completed DESCRIPTION Planning, design and construction of a new 4-level 177,000sf Parking Structure adjacent to the new Student Admissions Center. The parking structure accomodates 560 parking spaces. COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING Project is Cancelled. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" Construction [c] [d]=[a]-[c] Contracted Estimate AT Completion Budget Variance [e] Expended $76 Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment $76 $0 $76 $750,399 Programming & Design $76 $750,399 $750,399 $0 $750,399 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $1,066 $1,066 $1,066 $0 $1,066 Program & Project Management $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Land Acquisition $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $751,541 $751,541 $751,541 $0 $751,541 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type Funding Source(s) Design 100% Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Spclty 0% Construction 0% Prop A $751,541 SUB-PROJECT(S) Sub-Proj ID Description 01C-119 Parking Structure - Student Admissions Center Data Date 10/16/2013 Design Start* NTP Construction* 06/20/2002 A Building Program Monthly Progress Report Occupancy/ In-Use* Estimate AT Completion $751,541 Page 27 of 547
  28. 28. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-120 - Athletic Field OVERALL STATUS: In Construction DESCRIPTION New Athletic Field on top of the new Parking Structure with a softball field and a soccer field that is surrounded by a 400 meter NCAA track with discuss, pole vault, long jump and high jump event areas that includes a 28ft. by 12ft. scoreboard, bleachers for 800 spectators and stadium lighting for night events. Track & Field Area: 180,000 GSF COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING The Athletic Track was completed on Sept. 30th. The District will approve occupancy when items outside the Track Contractor's scope of work are completed (such as repairing the wheelchair lift, the emergency lighting system and the bleachers and when additional exit signs are installed in the Parking Structure). These items were originally planned for completion during the construction phase for the Maintenance Remodel Project, which must be completed to close out the Parking Structure. The Athletic Track is ready for use, pending District Approval. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" Construction [c] Contracted Estimate AT Completion [d]=[a]-[c] Budget Variance [e] Expended $3,285,318 Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment $2,904,614 $3,213,031 $72,288 $2,255,487 $447,979 Programming & Design $429,874 $521,644 $-73,665 $421,966 Program & Project Management Land Acquisition Total Budget $98,575 $69,649 $98,575 $0 $44,665 $212,320 $210,942 $210,942 $1,378 $197,710 $71,714 $58,192 $71,714 $0 $44,001 $0 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty $0 $0 $0 $0 $4,115,906 $3,673,271 $4,115,906 $0 $2,963,829 Current Budget By Cost Type Funding Source(s) Construction 80% Prop A $1,035,986 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Spclty 5% Design 11% FF&E 2% PM & CPM 2% Prop AA $3,079,920 SUB-PROJECT(S) Sub-Proj ID Description 01C-120 Athletic Field Design Start* 07/01/2002 A NTP Construction* Occupancy/ In-Use* Estimate AT Completion 02/12/2009 A 09/16/2013 $4,115,906 * P3/P6 Data Date: 08/12/2013 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 28 of 547
  29. 29. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-122 - Child Development Center OVERALL STATUS: Completed DESCRIPTION The project consists of the new construction of three one-story wood frame building and one two-story wood frame building, both buildings are Type V construction. Building Area: 25,967 GSF COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING Project is Completed. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] [c] Contracted Estimate AT Completion $14,461,927 $14,461,927 $14,461,927 $0 $14,461,923 $1,062,657 $1,062,657 $1,062,657 $0 $1,062,657 $252,399 $252,399 $252,399 $0 $252,399 Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" Construction Programming & Design Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty [d]=[a]-[c] Budget Variance [e] Expended $30,251 $30,251 $30,251 $0 $30,251 Program & Project Management $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Land Acquisition $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $15,807,233 $15,807,233 $15,807,233 $0 $15,807,229 Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type Funding Source(s) Construction 91% Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Spclty 0% Design 7% FF&E 2% Prop A $10,952,076 State/Local/Fed $4,855,000 Prop AA $157 SUB-PROJECT(S) NTP Construction* Occupancy/ In-Use* 10/08/2003 A 12/11/2006 A 12/29/2008 A 07/15/2003 A 11/26/2003 A Estimate AT Completion Sub-Proj ID Description 01C-122 Child Development Center 01C-177.04 Relocation of Other Temporary Spaces 11/07/2007 A $88,589 01C-177.06 Relocation of Child Development Center 01/25/2007 A $1,124,032 01C-177.09 Relocation of Community Services and Temporary Parking Lot 06/10/2008 A $38,465 Design Start* $14,556,146 * P3/P6 Data Date: 08/12/2013 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 29 of 547
  30. 30. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-131 - MLK Library - Learning Resource Center OVERALL STATUS: Completed DESCRIPTION Construction of a three-story building to be located on the northern boundary of the campus, east of the Chemistry Building. facility replaces the current MLK Library. Building Area: 62,261 GSF The COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING The DSA closeout phase is 100% complete. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] [c] Contracted Estimate AT Completion $20,804,789 $20,788,035 $20,804,789 $0 $20,600,053 Programming & Design $1,039,235 $1,032,966 $1,039,235 $0 $1,023,256 Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment $1,468,155 $1,468,155 $1,468,155 $0 $1,468,155 Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" Construction Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty [d]=[a]-[c] Budget Variance [e] Expended $136,750 $136,750 $136,750 $0 $136,750 Program & Project Management $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Land Acquisition $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $23,448,928 $23,425,906 $23,448,928 $0 $23,228,213 Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type Funding Source(s) Construction 89% Prop A $4,680,693 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Spclty 1% Design 4% FF&E 6% Prop AA $977,294 State/Local/Fed $17,790,941 SUB-PROJECT(S) Sub-Proj ID Description 01C-121 01C-131 MLK Library - Learning Resource Center NTP Construction* Demolition of Men's Gym Design Start* Occupancy/ In-Use* Estimate AT Completion 09/01/2007 A 04/01/2004 A 07/05/2006 A $111,673 06/16/2008 A $23,337,255 * P3/P6 Data Date: 08/12/2013 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 30 of 547
  31. 31. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-132 - Cafeteria Building OVERALL STATUS: Cancelled DESCRIPTION Renovation of the existing 18,928sf, one-story concrete building. Scope of work includes, but not limited to, flooring, painting, fire alarm, security system, lighting, HVAC and bring building to meet ADA accessibility as outlined under the ADA, as well as the possible mitigation of hazardous materials. COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING Project is Cancelled. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] Cost Type "Bucket" Construction [c] Contracted Current Budget Estimate AT Completion [d]=[a]-[c] Budget Variance [e] Expended $500,000 $500,000 $0 $0 $17,054 Programming & Design $0 $17,054 $17,054 $0 $17,054 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $2,552 $0 $2,552 $0 $0 $0 Program & Project Management $0 $0 $0 $0 $519,606 $17,054 $519,606 $0 $17,054 Land Acquisition Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type Funding Source(s) Construction 96% Design 3% PM & CPM 0% Prop AA $519,606 SUB-PROJECT(S) Sub-Proj ID Description 01C-132 01C-132.01 NTP Construction* Cafeteria Building Occupancy/ In-Use* Estimate AT Completion CITY-CAFETERIA BLDG RENOVATION Data Date 10/16/2013 Design Start* $519,606 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 31 of 547
  32. 32. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-133 - Theater Building OVERALL STATUS: Cancelled DESCRIPTION Renovation of the existing two-story building, including theaters, calssrooms, and workshops. Scope of work includes, but not limited to, minor exterior modifications; code compliances: for fire life safety, ADA accessibility, and structural upgrades. Scope of work also includes housing auxiliary. COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING Project is Cancelled. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" Construction [c] Contracted Estimate AT Completion [d]=[a]-[c] Budget Variance [e] Expended $0 Programming & Design $0 $0 $0 $0 $38,789 $38,789 $38,789 $0 $38,789 Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Program & Project Management $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Land Acquisition $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $38,789 $38,789 $38,789 $0 $38,789 Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type Funding Source(s) Design 100% Prop AA $38,789 SUB-PROJECT(S) Sub-Proj ID Description 01C-133 NTP Construction* Theater Building Data Date 10/16/2013 Design Start* Occupancy/ In-Use* Estimate AT Completion $38,789 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 32 of 547
  33. 33. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-134 - Student Services Center OVERALL STATUS: In Planning DESCRIPTION Construction of a new three-story Student Services Building on the footprint, including demolition, of the old MLK Library. The project houses administrative offices for the campus Admissions & Records, Assessments & Orientation, Business Office, Cub Card, Financial Aid, Student Assistance, and Transfer and Counseling functions. Project will be LEED certified. Building Area: 73,000 GSF COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING The Board of Trustees approved award of the Design-Build contract to Harper Construction on Sept. 16 and the contract has been issued for signature. While the contract is pending, Harper has provided their initial baseline schedule for review. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" Construction [c] [d]=[a]-[c] Contracted Estimate AT Completion Budget Variance [e] Expended $34,286,465 $469,905 $34,286,465 $0 $98,614 Programming & Design $5,272,599 $3,114,124 $5,272,598 $0 $2,987,993 Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment $1,327,603 $42,935 $1,327,603 $0 $42,935 $356,727 $52,855 $356,727 $0 $52,855 $2,765,790 $2,554,959 $2,765,790 $0 $1,418,810 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $44,009,183 $6,234,778 $44,009,183 $0 $4,601,206 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty Program & Project Management Land Acquisition Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type Construction 78% Design 12% Funding Source(s) Prop AA $2,670,601 FF&E 3% PM & CPM 6% Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Spclty 1% Measure J $41,338,582 SUB-PROJECT(S) Sub-Proj ID Description Design Start* NTP Construction* Occupancy/ In-Use* Estimate AT Completion 01C-134 Student Services Center 09/11/2013 07/26/2011 A 10/05/2015 $39,425,571 01C-134.01 Demolition of Learning Resource Center 09/11/2013 07/26/2011 A 12/23/2013 $4,583,612 * P3/P6 Data Date: 08/12/2013 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 33 of 547
  34. 34. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-135 - Science and Technology II OVERALL STATUS: Cancelled DESCRIPTION Renovation of existing 37,137sf two-story and a basement, concrete Chemistry building. The project is planned for two phases. The first phase is to perform a comprehensive assessment on the building and determine the feasibility of upgrading the building into modern classrooms. The second phase, if supported by the findings in phase I, is to implement plan for programming, design and construction. COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING Project is Cancelled. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" Construction [c] Contracted Estimate AT Completion [d]=[a]-[c] Budget Variance [e] Expended $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $135,328 $135,328 $135,328 $0 $135,328 Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Program & Project Management $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Land Acquisition $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $135,328 $135,328 $135,328 $0 $135,328 Programming & Design Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type Funding Source(s) Design 100% Prop AA $135,328 SUB-PROJECT(S) Sub-Proj ID Description 01C-135 NTP Construction* Science and Technology II Data Date 10/16/2013 Design Start* Occupancy/ In-Use* Estimate AT Completion $135,328 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 34 of 547
  35. 35. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-136 - Communications Building OVERALL STATUS: Completed DESCRIPTION Removal of existing gravel roof system and old skylights, installation of new energy-saving reflective roofing system and new insulated skylight system. Addition of new roof drain. Building Area: 34,000 GSF COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING Project is Completed. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" Construction [c] Contracted Estimate AT Completion [d]=[a]-[c] Budget Variance [e] Expended $528,521 $527,121 $528,521 $0 $527,121 $83,835 $83,835 $83,835 $0 $83,835 Programming & Design Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $650 $650 $650 $0 $650 Program & Project Management $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Land Acquisition $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $613,006 $611,606 $613,006 $0 $611,606 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type Funding Source(s) Construction 86% State/Local/Fed $42,868 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Spclty 0% Design 14% Prop AA $570,138 SUB-PROJECT(S) Sub-Proj ID Description 01C-136 Communications Building Roof Repair NTP Construction* Occupancy/ In-Use* 03/01/2011 A 08/01/2011 A 11/04/2011 A Communications Building 01C-136.01 Design Start* Estimate AT Completion $28,619 $584,387 * P3/P6 Data Date: 08/12/2013 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 35 of 547
  36. 36. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-137 - Roofing - Chavez, RadTech, Holmes, Theater OVERALL STATUS: Completed DESCRIPTION Re-roofing of Chavez, RAD Tech and repair of Holmes and Theater buildings. COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING Project is Completed. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] Contracted Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" Construction [c] [d]=[a]-[c] Estimate AT Completion Budget Variance [e] Expended $578,986 $578,986 $578,986 $0 $578,986 $1,781 $1,781 $1,781 $0 $1,781 Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Program & Project Management $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Land Acquisition $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $580,768 $580,768 $580,768 $0 $580,768 Programming & Design Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type Funding Source(s) Construction 100% Design 0% Prop AA $354,768 State/Local/Fed $226,000 SUB-PROJECT(S) Sub-Proj ID Description 01C-137 Roofing - Chavez, Rad Tech, Holmes, Theater Design Start* 12/03/2007 A NTP Construction* Occupancy/ In-Use* 01/07/2008 A 04/04/2008 A Estimate AT Completion $580,768 * P3/P6 Data Date: 08/12/2013 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 36 of 547
  37. 37. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-138 - Student Lounge OVERALL STATUS: Completed DESCRIPTION Renovation of existing site adjacent to Cafeteria for Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing and Structural improvements required by DSA. Building Area: 2,400 GSF COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING Project is Completed. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] Contracted Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" Construction [c] [d]=[a]-[c] Estimate AT Completion Budget Variance [e] Expended $499,849 $499,849 $499,849 $0 $498,844 $55,705 $55,705 $55,705 $0 $55,705 Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Program & Project Management $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Land Acquisition $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $555,553 $555,553 $555,553 $0 $554,548 Programming & Design Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type Funding Source(s) Construction 90% Design 10% Prop AA $555,553 SUB-PROJECT(S) Sub-Proj ID Description 01C-138 Student Lounge Design Start* 12/17/2007 A NTP Construction* Occupancy/ In-Use* 07/09/2008 A 01/15/2009 A Estimate AT Completion $555,553 * P3/P6 Data Date: 08/12/2013 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 37 of 547
  38. 38. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-139 - Land Acquisition - South of Monroe Street Projects OVERALL STATUS: Completed DESCRIPTION Buyout of lease and demolition of Golf Driving Range. COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING Project is Completed. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] [c] Contracted Estimate AT Completion $24,892,225 $24,892,225 $24,892,225 $0 $24,892,225 $50,985 $50,985 $50,985 $0 $49,400 Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $499,014 $499,014 $499,014 $0 $499,010 $4,210 $4,210 $4,210 $0 $4,210 $25,446,434 $25,446,434 $25,446,434 $0 $25,444,845 Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" Construction Programming & Design Program & Project Management Land Acquisition Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type [d]=[a]-[c] Budget Variance [e] Expended Funding Source(s) Construction 98% Prop A $150 Design 0% Land 0% PM & CPM 2% Measure J $25,446,284 SUB-PROJECT(S) Sub-Proj ID Description 01C-139 NTP Construction* DSA Fees Occupancy/ In-Use* Land Acquisition - South of Monroe Street Projects 01C-179.02 Design Start* Estimate AT Completion $25,446,284 08/08/2008 A $150 * P3/P6 Data Date: 08/12/2013 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 38 of 547
  39. 39. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-141 - Parking Mitigation - I Pass OVERALL STATUS: Completed DESCRIPTION Purchase of I-Passes from Metropolitan Transportation Authority to be sold to full time students at a discount. Parking is severely limited on campus and additional space is required to accommodate the needs of on-going construction. COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING Project is Completed. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" Construction [c] [d]=[a]-[c] Contracted Estimate AT Completion Budget Variance [e] Expended $539,520 $539,520 $539,520 $0 $539,520 Programming & Design $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Program & Project Management $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Land Acquisition $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $539,520 $539,520 $539,520 $0 $539,520 Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type Funding Source(s) Construction 100% Prop AA $539,520 SUB-PROJECT(S) Sub-Proj ID Description 01C-141 NTP Construction* Parking Mitigation - I-Pass Design Start* Occupancy/ In-Use* 06/30/2008 A Estimate AT Completion $539,520 * P3/P6 Data Date: 08/12/2013 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 39 of 547
  40. 40. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-142 - Temporary Facilities/3020 Wilshire OVERALL STATUS: In Construction DESCRIPTION Provide Temporary Facilities during the modernization, renovation, improvement and/or new construction of buildings to maintain educational programs in operation during construction. COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING Art & PE Dept Swing Space: GMZ Engineering has been awarded a contract for this scope of work. The uncertainty surrounding the completion of Clausen Hall and the Health Fitness, PE Building will likely impact the start of the swing space project. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] [c] Contracted Estimate AT Completion $11,254,840 $9,431,615 $11,269,412 $-14,572 $8,855,802 Programming & Design $571,069 $491,598 $555,604 $15,465 $481,598 Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment $412,100 $340,259 $410,565 $1,535 $338,627 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty $740,445 $637,148 $742,873 $-2,428 $637,148 Program & Project Management $925,298 $857,925 $925,298 $0 $830,383 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $13,903,752 $11,758,545 $13,903,752 $0 $11,143,557 Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" Construction Land Acquisition Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type Construction 81% Design 4% FF&E 3% PM & CPM 7% Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Spclty 5% [d]=[a]-[c] Budget Variance Funding Source(s) State/Local/Fed $76,445 [e] Expended Measure J $7,888,926 Prop AA $5,938,381 SUB-PROJECT(S) Sub-Proj ID Description 01C-142 Temporary Facilities/3020 Wilshire Design Start* 07/06/2007 A NTP Construction* Occupancy/ In-Use* Estimate AT Completion 01/29/2008 A 03/18/2016 $13,903,752 * P3/P6 Data Date: 08/12/2013 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 40 of 547
  41. 41. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-143 - Food Lab Upgrade OVERALL STATUS: Completed DESCRIPTION Renovation of existing Food Lab located in Room 202 of the Administration Building for the installation of the new owner supplied kitchen equipment. This work includes the installation of a new ventilation and exhaust system and the upgrade of the existing lighting, HVAC, electrical, plumbing, fire alarm, fire sprinkler and waste water systems. Building Area: 1,920 GSF COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING Project is Completed. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" Construction [c] Contracted Estimate AT Completion [d]=[a]-[c] Budget Variance [e] Expended $553,431 $553,431 $553,431 $0 $553,431 Programming & Design $78,965 $78,965 $78,965 $0 $76,778 Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment $99,769 $99,769 $99,769 $0 $99,768 $1,700 $1,700 $1,700 $0 $1,700 $40,280 $40,280 $40,280 $0 $40,280 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $774,145 $774,145 $774,145 $0 $771,957 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty Program & Project Management Land Acquisition Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type Design 10% FF&E 13% PM & CPM 5% Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Spclty 0% Construction 71% Funding Source(s) State/Local/Fed $174,940 Measure J $525,304 Prop A $73,901 SUB-PROJECT(S) Sub-Proj ID Description 01C-143 Food Lab Upgrade Design Start* 12/28/2007 A NTP Construction* Occupancy/ In-Use* 11/30/2009 A 03/06/2010 A Estimate AT Completion $774,145 * P3/P6 Data Date: 08/12/2013 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 41 of 547
  42. 42. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-145 - Green Technology Student Union Building OVERALL STATUS: Completed DESCRIPTION Construction of a new Student Union is a three-story building with a third floor deck, located on Monroe St and New Hampshire Ave. The Student Union will contain the Bookstore, a Food Court, Student Lounge, ASG and the LACC Foundation. The Student Union will share service access from New Hampshire Avenue and a loading dock/yard space with Physical Plant (M&O) facility. Building Area: 64,000 GSF COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING The Design-Build Team is incorporating the CPM's comments into the final as-built BIM Model. The final Functional Testing for all building systems is 100% complete. DSA has approved all construction change directives. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] [c] Contracted Estimate AT Completion $33,977,611 $33,977,107 $33,977,107 $504 $33,831,404 Programming & Design $3,284,668 $3,224,591 $3,285,986 $-1,318 $3,217,287 Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment $1,262,181 $1,261,367 $1,261,367 $814 $1,121,160 $17,890 $17,890 $17,890 $0 $17,890 $2,554,699 $2,554,699 $2,554,699 $0 $2,554,698 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $41,097,049 $41,035,655 $41,097,049 $0 $40,742,440 Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" Construction Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty Program & Project Management Land Acquisition Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type Construction 83% [d]=[a]-[c] Budget Variance [e] Expended Funding Source(s) Design 8% FF&E 3% PM & CPM 6% Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Spclty 0% Measure J $41,097,049 SUB-PROJECT(S) Sub-Proj ID Description Design Start* NTP Construction* Occupancy/ In-Use* 01C-145 Green Technology Student Union Building 06/11/2009 A 05/19/2011 A 10/01/2012 A Estimate AT Completion $41,097,049 * P3/P6 Data Date: 08/12/2013 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 42 of 547
  43. 43. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-146 - Physical Plant (M&O Building) OVERALL STATUS: In Design DESCRIPTION Construction of a New Physical Plant and yard space, which will be located to the east of new Lot 3 parking structure. This new building will contain HVAC, Electrical, Plumbing, and Carpenter Shops as well as space for Grounds, Maintenance and Mechanics. Building Area: 11,600 GSF COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING The 50% Construction Document package has been reviewed and approved. submitted to the CPM on September 30, 2013. The 100% Construction Document package was PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" Construction [c] Contracted Estimate AT Completion [d]=[a]-[c] Budget Variance [e] Expended $6,429,705 $5,872,541 $6,429,705 $0 $223,195 Programming & Design $959,754 $947,046 $959,754 $0 $641,706 Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment $585,300 $1,966 $585,300 $0 $1,966 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $466,148 $428,194 $466,148 $0 $397,950 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $8,440,907 $7,249,747 $8,440,907 $0 $1,264,817 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty Program & Project Management Land Acquisition Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type Funding Source(s) Design 11% FF&E 7% PM & CPM 6% Construction 76% Measure J $8,440,907 SUB-PROJECT(S) Sub-Proj ID Description 01C-146 Physical Plant (M&O Building) Design Start* 01/16/2013 A NTP Construction* Occupancy/ In-Use* Estimate AT Completion 01/30/2014 09/22/2014 $8,440,907 * P3/P6 Data Date: 08/12/2013 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 43 of 547
  44. 44. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-147 - Learning Support Center OVERALL STATUS: In Planning DESCRIPTION Construction of a new two-story Learning Support Center (LSC). The LSC will consolidate instructional needs for faculty and staff on campus, and will contain several departments as well. The project will require demolition of the existing cafeteria. Building Area: 39,300 GSF COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING The Campus Bond Steering Committee approved the cancellation of this project. The College Council approved the cancellation in September 2013. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" Construction [c] Contracted Estimate AT Completion [d]=[a]-[c] Budget Variance [e] Expended $8,650 $8,650 $8,650 $0 $8,650 $436,475 $414,915 $436,475 $0 $232,534 Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $159,256 $1,326,076 $159,256 $0 $159,256 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $604,381 $1,749,641 $604,381 $0 $400,440 Programming & Design Program & Project Management Land Acquisition Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type PM & CPM 26% Funding Source(s) Prop A $76,915 Construction 1% Design 72% Measure J $527,466 SUB-PROJECT(S) Design Start* NTP Construction* Learning Support Center 12/11/2013 02/27/2015 04/09/2016 $527,466 Demolition of Cafeteria 12/11/2013 09/18/2014 03/01/2015 $0 Sub-Proj ID Description 01C-113 Martin Luther King Annex (Learning Skill Center) 01C-147 01C-147.01 Occupancy/ In-Use* 07/26/2004 A Estimate AT Completion $76,915 * P3/P6 Data Date: 08/12/2013 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 44 of 547
  45. 45. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-148 - South Gym Modernization OVERALL STATUS: In Design DESCRIPTION Renovation of a 32,880 GSF 1959 concrete structure building to include new roof, HVAC, windows, power, data, plumbing and electrical work for dance, fitness and general assignment classrooms. Building Area: 32,880 GSF COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING The design phase of the project is 100% complete. DSA approved the project on 7/18/13. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" Construction [c] Contracted Estimate AT Completion [d]=[a]-[c] Budget Variance [e] Expended $10,153,745 Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty $10,153,745 $0 $7,445 $1,246,520 Programming & Design $7,645 $897,426 $1,246,520 $0 $613,485 $750,000 $0 $750,000 $0 $0 Land Acquisition Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type Construction 79% $25,000 $14,920 $25,000 $0 $5,440 $667,622 $604,938 $667,622 $0 $383,346 $0 Program & Project Management $0 $0 $0 $0 $12,842,887 $1,524,929 $12,842,887 $0 $1,009,716 Design 10% Funding Source(s) Prop A $31,000 FF&E 6% PM & CPM 5% Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Spclty 0% Measure J $12,811,887 SUB-PROJECT(S) Sub-Proj ID Description 01C-130 01C-148 South Gym Modernization NTP Construction* Women's Gym Renovation Design Start* Occupancy/ In-Use* 01/02/2007 A 03/15/2011 A 02/24/2014 02/20/2015 Estimate AT Completion $31,000 $12,811,887 * P3/P6 Data Date: 08/12/2013 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 45 of 547
  46. 46. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-149 - Demolition of Men's Gym, Pool, Maint & Misc Bungalows OVERALL STATUS: In Planning DESCRIPTION Demolition of Men's Gym, Pool, Maint & Misc Bungalows. Health, Fitness and PE Building upon its completion. Building Area: 33,126 GSF Athletics & other programs housed in these facilities will be moving to the COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING This project will be incorporated into the Cesar Chavez - Administration Building Modernization project. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] Cost Type "Bucket" Construction [c] Contracted Current Budget Estimate AT Completion [d]=[a]-[c] Budget Variance [e] Expended $1,014,386 $0 $1,014,386 $0 $0 Programming & Design $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty Land Acquisition Total Budget $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $5,071 $0 $5,071 $0 $0 $0 Program & Project Management $0 $0 $0 $0 $1,019,457 $0 $1,019,457 $0 $0 Current Budget By Cost Type Funding Source(s) Construction 100% PM & CPM 0% Measure J $1,019,457 SUB-PROJECT(S) Sub-Proj ID Description 01C-149 Demolition of Men's Gym, Pool, Maint & Misc Bungalows Design Start* NTP Construction* Occupancy/ In-Use* Estimate AT Completion 03/02/2015 06/01/2015 $1,019,457 * P3/P6 Data Date: 08/12/2013 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 46 of 547
  47. 47. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-150 - Chemistry Building Modernization OVERALL STATUS: Completed DESCRIPTION Modernization of the Chemistry Building for use as a Swing Space facility at LACC. Improvements will include; ADA, elevator, paint, tile, interior walls, power and data upgrades. Building Area: 37,137 GSF COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING The CPM continues to negotiate the Contractor's final change order proposals. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" Construction [c] Contracted Estimate AT Completion [d]=[a]-[c] Budget Variance [e] Expended $5,974,588 $4,260,276 $5,974,589 $0 $4,091,654 $666,660 $661,660 $666,660 $0 $606,926 $79,059 $79,059 $79,059 $0 $78,872 Programming & Design Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty $18,560 $18,560 $18,560 $0 $18,560 $975,771 $911,557 $975,771 $0 $911,533 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $7,714,639 $5,931,112 $7,714,639 $0 $5,707,546 Program & Project Management Land Acquisition Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type Construction 77% Design 9% FF&E 1% PM & CPM 13% Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Spclty 0% Funding Source(s) Prop AA $963,109 Measure J $6,715,302 Prop A $36,227 SUB-PROJECT(S) Sub-Proj ID Description 01C-118 01C-150 Chemistry Building Modernization 01C-150.01 Demolition of Chemistry Building 01C-150.03 RWGPL - Replace Electrical at Chemistry Demo Site 01C-177.05 Relocation of Chemistry Department Estimate AT Completion CITY-CHEMISTRY BLDG. IMPROVEMENT 01C-173.08 Occupancy/ In-Use* Chem Bldg - Business Admin Dept TI 01C-150.02 NTP Construction* Demolition of Chemistry Building, Bleachers and Pool Design Start* 11/02/2005 A 02/19/2009 A 11/15/2010 A $45,625 08/23/2011 A $6,678,479 $36,823 04/05/2017 10/01/2017 $41,220 05/18/2006 A $912,491 * P3/P6 Data Date: 08/12/2013 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 47 of 547
  48. 48. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-151 - Life Sciences Modernization OVERALL STATUS: Completed DESCRIPTION Modernization of the Life Sciences Building for use as a Swing Space facility at LACC. Improvements will include; ADA, elevator, paint, tile, interior walls, power and data upgrades. Building Area: 22,540 GSF COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING The CPM continues to negotiate the Contractor's final change order proposals. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] Cost Type "Bucket" Construction [c] Contracted Current Budget Estimate AT Completion [d]=[a]-[c] Budget Variance [e] Expended $4,517,971 $3,398,014 $4,517,971 $0 $3,358,840 $335,078 $330,078 $335,078 $0 $298,975 $74,930 $74,930 $74,930 $0 $74,743 Programming & Design Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $578,157 $537,991 $578,157 $0 $537,990 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $5,506,136 $4,341,013 $5,506,136 $0 $4,270,548 Program & Project Management Land Acquisition Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type Construction 82% Funding Source(s) Design 6% FF&E 1% PM & CPM 11% Measure J $5,506,136 SUB-PROJECT(S) Sub-Proj ID Description 01C-151 Life Sciences Modernization 01C-151.01 Demolition of Life Science Building 01C-151.02 NTP Construction* Occupancy/ In-Use* Estimate AT Completion 02/19/2009 A 11/15/2010 A 08/22/2011 A $5,506,136 08/08/2016 04/05/2017 10/01/2017 Life Sciences Building Improvements Design Start* * P3/P6 Data Date: 08/12/2013 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 48 of 547
  49. 49. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-152 - Tennis Courts OVERALL STATUS: In Design DESCRIPTION Construction of 6 new tennis courts. Court Area: 43,200 GSF COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING The 50% Construction Document package has been reviewed and approved. submitted to the CPM on September 30, 2013. The 100% Construction Document package was PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] Contracted Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" Construction [c] [d]=[a]-[c] Estimate AT Completion Budget Variance [e] Expended $715,775 $457,486 $715,775 $0 $4,739 Programming & Design $64,525 $64,525 $64,525 $0 $41,662 Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment $14,700 $0 $14,700 $0 $0 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty Land Acquisition Total Budget $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $38,271 $35,403 $38,271 $0 $35,403 $0 Program & Project Management $0 $0 $0 $0 $833,271 $557,414 $833,271 $0 $81,804 Current Budget By Cost Type Funding Source(s) Construction 86% Design 8% FF&E 2% PM & CPM 5% Measure J $833,271 SUB-PROJECT(S) Sub-Proj ID Description 01C-152 Tennis Courts Design Start* 01/16/2013 A NTP Construction* Occupancy/ In-Use* Estimate AT Completion 01/30/2014 01/30/2015 $833,271 * P3/P6 Data Date: 08/12/2013 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 49 of 547
  50. 50. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-170 - Master Planning OVERALL STATUS: Completed DESCRIPTION Development and implementation of facilities master plan and in related requirements such as environmental impact reports and soils testing. COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING Project Support. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" Construction [c] [d]=[a]-[c] Contracted Estimate AT Completion Budget Variance [e] Expended $0 $0 $0 $0 $1,324,021 Programming & Design $0 $1,324,021 $1,324,021 $0 $1,324,021 Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $362,037 $362,037 $362,037 $0 $362,037 $47,251 $47,251 $47,251 $0 $47,251 $0 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty $0 $0 $0 $0 $1,733,309 $1,733,309 $1,733,309 $0 $1,733,309 Program & Project Management Land Acquisition Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type Funding Source(s) Design 76% Measure J $47,251 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Spclty 21% PM & CPM 3% Prop A $1,686,059 PROJECT SUPPORT Acct ID Description 01C-170 Master Planning 01C-180 Site Survey and Infrastructure Studies 01C-181 Environmental Impact Report (EIR) 01C-182 CEQA * P3/P6 Data Date: 08/12/2013 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 50 of 547
  51. 51. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-173.01 - RWGPL - Site Utilities Infrastructure OVERALL STATUS: Completed DESCRIPTION Trenching and installation of underground utilities throughout the existing Campus to upgrade: Water, Sewer, Gas, Power and Fiber Optic Communication systems. COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING A deductive change order for unfinished work was issued to the contractor and is under review by the Program Manager. a new contractor has been sent for BOT approval on the November Board Meeting. The PBA for PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] [c] Contracted Estimate AT Completion $21,646,326 $21,646,268 $21,648,234 $-1,908 $21,621,256 $818,037 $808,931 $808,931 $9,106 $808,931 $61,666 $61,666 $61,666 $0 $61,666 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty $960,109 $960,109 $967,307 $-7,198 $960,109 Program & Project Management $473,702 $473,702 $473,702 $0 $422,328 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $23,959,841 $23,950,677 $23,959,841 $0 $23,874,291 Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" Construction Programming & Design Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment Land Acquisition Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type [d]=[a]-[c] Budget Variance Funding Source(s) Construction 90% State/Local/Fed $541,534 Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Spclty 4% Design 3% FF&E 0% PM & CPM 2% [e] Expended Measure J $8,039,187 Prop A $2,351,123 Prop AA $13,027,997 SUB-PROJECT(S) Sub-Proj ID Description 01C-173.01 RWGPL - Site Utilities Infrastructure Design Start* 09/20/2004 A NTP Construction* Occupancy/ In-Use* 05/16/2008 A 10/14/2009 A Estimate AT Completion $23,959,841 * P3/P6 Data Date: 08/12/2013 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 51 of 547
  52. 52. Los Angeles City College Report Period: September 2013 Project/Building Level Detail 01C-173.02 - RWGPL - Landscaping/Hardscape Improvements OVERALL STATUS: In Moratorium Conditional DESCRIPTION Campus wide landscape, hardscape, lighting, signage & ADA access plans. COMMENTS/DECISIONS PENDING A DSA approved extension has been secured for 2013. The final design for Area 2 is pending design approval by DSA of the Da Vinci Hall Modernization and Cesar Chavez Modernization projects. PROJECT COST SUMMARY [a] [b] [c] Contracted Estimate AT Completion Budget Variance $15,294,201 $1,436,200 $15,979,201 $-685,000 $1,432,975 $3,426,215 $1,887,922 $2,741,215 $685,000 $1,328,646 $213,305 $653 $213,305 $0 $653 Current Budget Cost Type "Bucket" Construction Programming & Design Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment Asset, Move, Legal/Audit & Specialty [d]=[a]-[c] [e] Expended $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $1,138,368 $1,043,410 $1,138,368 $0 $716,879 $0 Program & Project Management $0 $0 $0 $0 $20,072,089 $4,368,185 $20,072,089 $0 $3,479,153 Land Acquisition Total Budget Current Budget By Cost Type Design 17% Funding Source(s) Prop AA $928,895 Prop A $156,418 FF&E 1% PM & CPM 6% Construction 76% Measure J $18,986,776 SUB-PROJECT(S) Sub-Proj ID Description Design Start* NTP Construction* Occupancy/ In-Use* Estimate AT Completion 01C-173.02 RWGPL - Landscaping/Hardscape Improvements 11/01/2007 A 10/02/2016 10/01/2017 $20,066,109 01C-179.04 RWGPL - LEED and Site Improvements 03/27/2007 A $5,980 * P3/P6 Data Date: 08/12/2013 Data Date 10/16/2013 Building Program Monthly Progress Report Page 52 of 547

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