Long Beach Community College District Bond Construction Program

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  • 1. 1Long Beach Community College District
  • 2. 2Long Beach Community College District Bond Construction Program Presented by: Bill Adams, R.A. Senior Program Manager Cordoba Corporation Bond Management Team Long Beach Community College District 4901 E. Carson Street – G21 Long Beach, CA 90808
  • 3. Background 3 Long Beach Community College District (LBCCD) Bond Construction ProgramDistrict Information Founded in 1927, LBCCD serves the Avalon, Lakewood, Signal Hill, and Long Beach communities with a capture area of 129 square miles 28,447 students and 1500 staffBond Measures 2002 and 2008 Measure E General Obligation Bonds totaling $621M Proposition 1A, 47, and 55 Statewide Bonds Total construction program: $770M 2 campuses and remote sites totaling about 144 square acresCordoba’s Involvement Cordoba began Program Management/Construction Management (PM/CM) services in January 2003 Assumed full PM/CM contract in February 2006 Completed Program Master Plans, Program Environmental Impact Reports (EIRs), Infrastructure & Utilities Master Plans, and Master Budgets & Schedules
  • 4. Cordoba’s Role 4 Cordoba provides comprehensive program and construction management services to Long Beach Community College District. We are the agency’s Construction Manager (CM) to the District acting in the Districts interests at every stage of the project.  Overall planning, coordination, and control of a project from inception to completion  Management and optimization of budget/cash flow,Services program/project schedules, quality assurance, documentation, and safety  Development and control of project scope  Administration of District vendor contracts  Planning and management of all moves  Planning and procurement of furniture, furnishings, and equipment  Claims mitigation and resolution  Close-out
  • 5. Select Completed Projects 5 Liberal Arts Campus (LAC) Library/Learning Resource Center Modernization Pacific Coast Campus (PCC) New Library/Learning Resource Center LAC & PCC New Central Plants (includes Public Safety Building) LAC & PCC Infrastructure and Utilities Improvements New South Quad Complex – administration and classrooms New Aviation Technology & Automotive Maintenance Facility New Industrial Technology Welding & Sheet Metal Facility New Child Development Center New District Facilities & Warehouse Complex New 900 Vehicle Parking Structure Building I Bookstore Retrofit Building O1 & Building O2 Community Outreach & Services Retrofit Landscape & Circulation Improvements LAC & PCC Electronic Marquees PCC Multi-Disciplinary Academic Building (MDAB) Interim Portables Phase 3 (28 portables)
  • 6. Completed Projects LAC & PCC Central PlantsLAC Central Plant (left) Two 600 ton and one 300 centrifugal chillers with space for a future 600 ton chiller Serves majority of existing and future campus buildings Houses campus safety offices as well as athletic field restrooms Constructed on Design Build Operate Maintain contract with Siemens Building Technologies – completed 2008PCC Central Plant (right) Two 300 ton centrifugal chillers and one 300 ton multi-stack chiller Serves majority of existing and future buildings Houses satellite maintenance space and campus restrooms Constructed on Design Build Operate Maintain contract with Siemens Building Technologies – completed 2008 6
  • 7. Completed Projects LAC Library/Learning Resources Center Fully modernized with 9,000 SF space added to meet the current and projected needs of the campus Includes an expanded library, an automated and computerized processing area for media material, learning aids, and educational program delivery Completed 2009 7
  • 8. Completed Projects PCC Library/Learning Resources Center Updated technology, media services and modern learning resource facility Includes open computer access and multimedia areas New bridge to Building EE Completed in 2008 8
  • 9. Completed ProjectsNew South Quad Complex 9
  • 10. Completed Projects New South Quad Complex 110,000SF including 32 smart classrooms and labs, 38 faculty offices, executive offices, multipurpose room, and state of the art Board Room Includes an expanded library, an automated and computerized processing area for media material, learning aids, and educational program delivery Required relocation of Long Beach Water Department major reclaimed water lines and easements Includes storm water retention basins, drought tolerant landscaping, and energy efficiency 15% above Division of the State Architect requirements Completed in 2009 10
  • 11. Completed Projects New Aviation Technology & Automotive Maintenance Facility Replaced existing antiquated buildings Modern facility houses Aviation & Automotive Departments Required separate interim facility to be constructed. Later converted to Facilities & Maintenance Office and Warehouse Facility Completed in 2007 11
  • 12. Completed Projects New Industrial Technology Welding & Sheet Metal Facility Modern facility houses Welding Department and other trade programs Replaces existing antiquated structures New northern “bookend” of PCC campus Completed in 2009 12
  • 13. Completed ProjectsParking Structure & Solar Array 13
  • 14. Completed Projects Parking Structure & Solar Array 5 Story, 295,485 SF, 900 parking spaces 451 kilowatts of power from 2,100 roof top solar panels Features touch screen information monitor which shows energy levels being produced by solar array Includes Campus Green pedestrian plaza with ability to add future vendor booth LBCCD’s first design-build project Includes storm water retention basins, drought tolerant landscaping, and energy efficiency 15% above Division of the State Architect requirements Completed in 2011 14
  • 15. Completed Projects LAC Building I – Bookstore Retrofit Added 4,000 SF to house expanded Bookstore Exterior enhanced with new architectural features Features strategic landscaping to buffer adjacent residential neighborhood Completed in 2012 15
  • 16. Current Projects 16Under Construction: LAC Student Services Center Retrofit - $8.2M PCC Multidisciplinary Academic Building Phase 1 & 2 - $22.2M PCC Fitness Center - $4.6M LAC Landscape Front Quad - $2.3M PCC Piping Repair - $900K PCC MDAB Interim Facility (Building MM & Portables) - $250K Misc. Small Projects, Furniture, Furnishings, and Equipment (FFE), Audio Visual Equipment, etc. - $4MTotal Value of Projects Under Construction: ~$42.5MIn Design: LAC & PCC Landscape Implementation Plan - $5.9M New LAC Math & Technology Facility – Design/Build - $29.2M New PCC Student Services Center – Design/Build - $12.6M LAC Nursing Technology Modernization - $5.6M Misc. Small Projects, Furniture, Furnishings, and Equipment (FFE), Audio Visual Equipment, etc. - $9MTotal Value of Projects In Design: ~$62.3M
  • 17. Project Delivery Methods Used 17Design-Bid-Build LAC Library/Learning Resource Center Modernization PCC New Library/Learning Resource Center LAC & PCC Infrastructure and Utilities Improvements New South Quad Complex – Administration and Classrooms New Industrial Technology Welding & Sheet Metal Facility New Child Development Center New District Facilities & Warehouse Complex Building I Bookstore Retrofit Buildings O1 and O2 Community Outreach & Services Retrofit Landscape and Circulation Improvements PCC Multi-Disciplinary Academic Building (MDAB) Interim Portables Phase 3 (28 portables)Design-Build LAC Parking Structure LAC Mathematics & Technology Building PCC Student Services Center
  • 18. Sustainability Concepts Implemented 18LAC Parking Structure 295,485 SF; 5 Story; 900 Parking Spaces; $27M 451 Kilowatts of Power; Fully Powers Parking Structure Sustainable Materials Used; 50% Construction Debris Recycled Design-Build Delivery Method Design-Build Entity: McCarthy Builders/Choate Parking ConsultantsLAC Math & Technology Facility Designed to LEED™ Platinum Standards Storm Water Management Light Pollution Reduction Water Use Reduction/Water Efficient Landscaping with Reclaimed Water Energy Performance Minimization and 50% Renewable Energy Enhanced Commissioning Building Information Modeling (BIM)/Innovation in Design Design-Build Delivery Method Design-Build Entity: Harper Construction Company/Sillman Wright Architects
  • 19. Sustainability Concepts Implemented 19PCC Student Services Center Designed to LEED™ Silver Standards Water Use Reduction/Water Efficient Landscaping with Reclaimed Water Storm Water Management On-site Renewable Energy/Optimized Energy Performance Construction Waste Management Building Information Modeling (BIM)/Innovation in Design Enhanced Commissioning Design-Build Delivery Method Design-Build Entity: Balfour Beatty Construction/RNT ArchitectsDistrict Wide Energy Retrofits & Infrastructure Improvements Total Annual Estimated Savings of 1.5 Million Kwh New Reclaimed Water, Chilled/Hot Water Piping, Potable Water, Data, etc. 2 New Central Plants Replacement of Existing Building HVAC Systems; Connected to Central Plants Installation of High-Efficient Exterior Lighting & Controls Received Rebates from Southern California Edison Reduced Peak Electrical Demand and Lowered Emissions
  • 20. Sustainability Concepts Implemented 20LAC Landscape Improvement Project Addresses State Assembly Bill 1881, Water Conservation in Landscaping Act Mandate to Provide Landscaping to Conserve Water Water Use Reduction/Water Efficient Landscaping with Reclaimed Water Use of Inert Materials Instead of Plants Where Foot Traffic is Probable “California Friendly” Plant Palette Including a Mixture of Plants That Are Rated On WUCOLS (Water Use Classifications of Landscape Species) as Low Water Requirements Passive and Active Storm Water Management – Project Considers and Implements Drainage Improvements to Reduce Runoff by Maintaining the Sites Pre-development Runoff Rates and Reduces Pollutants from Entering Waterways Front Quad Features Thirteen 17’ Deep x 5’ Diameter Drywells; Center Quad Features 345,375 Gallons of Active Storm Water Storage in a 90’ x 90’ x 6’ Deep Underground Tank Structure Landscape Architect: Lynn Capouya, Inc.
  • 21. Current Projects LAC Student Services Center Retrofit Complete retrofit of 1940 Building A into a "one-stop" Student Services Facility Houses Financial Aid, Disabled Students Programs and Services, Student Outreach and Recruitment, Health Services, Extended Opportunities Programs and Services, Counseling, Admissions and Records, Cashier, ASB Bank, and Transfer and Career Center Completion expected in 2012 21
  • 22. Current Projects LAC Landscape Front Quad Phase 1 Front Quad primary frontage for LAC Campus Passive storm water retention system Thirteen 17’ deep x 5’ diameter drywells Low water use plants and trees Pedestrian pathway alignment Completion expected in 2013 22
  • 23. Current Projects LAC Master Landscape Central Quad Phase 2, North of Building A will bid Spring 2013 Construction to start in summer 2013 Active Storm water retention system 345,375 Gallon underground tank storage system Low water use Plants and trees Pedestrian pathway alignment 23
  • 24. Current Projects PCC Multidisciplinary Academic Building Complete modernization of 1935 and 1950 structures including seismic retrofit Phase 1 and 2 construction duration of 3½ years Phase 2 completion expected in fall 2012 Required 30 relocatable temporary portable buildings and strategic moves 24
  • 25. Current Projects PCC Fitness Center Modernization Complete modernization of 1935 building including seismic retrofit Includes fitness areas, offices and restrooms Completion expected in 2012 25
  • 26. Current Projects LAC Math Technology Building Math and Culinary Arts Instructional Program and Reprographics Contract awarded to Harper/Sillman Design Build Team Currently in Design Phase Will house Math Department, Student Success Center, Reprographics Department, and Culinary Arts Department Features state-of-the-art demonstration kitchen, demonstration restaurant, production kitchen, baking kitchen, pastry kitchen, skills kitchen, multiuse kitchen and culinary resource center Anticipated start of construction 2013 26
  • 27. Current Projects New PCC Student Services Center New design-build construction Estimated start of construction December 2013 Consolidates into one-stop for all student services 27
  • 28. Current Projects LAC Building C Modernization Currently in Design Phase Work includes complete modernization classroom spaces and office areas Includes seismic improvements Anticipate start of construction late 2013 28
  • 29. Liberal Arts Campus Site Plan liberal arts 29
  • 30. Liberal Arts Campus Site Plan 30 pacific coast
  • 31. Select List of Design Professionals & Service ProvidersAC Martin Partners Lenax Construction ServicesAdams-Streeter Civil Engineers Lynn Capouya, Inc.Adorno, Yoss, Alvarado & Smith MASS CompaniesAHBE Landscape Architects Marlene Imirzian & AssociatesAlta (Coffey Environmental) Martinez ArchitectsAmericec MVE InstitutionalBCA Architects NTD ArchitectureBrandow & Johnson P2S EngineeringCaldwell Architects PsomasCambridge West Partnership Public Agency Law GroupChambers Group R2A ArchitectureChoate Parking Consultants Rachlin ArchitectsDisabled Access Consultants RNT ArchitectsDiverse Strategies of Organizing Robbins Jorgenson ChristopherEnglekirk & Sabol Engineers Rolf Jensen & AssociatesFiccadenti & Waggoner Sillman Wright ArchitectsGonzalez||Goodale Architects Spencer/Hoskins AssociatesGuida Surveying SpinitarHenrickson Owen & Associates Steinberg ArchitectsHGA Architecture, Engineering and Planning TangramHill Partnership The Solis GroupHillwig-Goodrow Thomas DesignHunt Design Associates TMAD/Taylor & GainesJBA Consulting Engineers TYRKeenan & Associates Vantage Technology Consulting GroupKPFF Engineers Veneklasen AssociatesKrueger International Winzler & Kelly Consulting EngineersLSA Associates WLC ArchitectsLeland Saylor Associates / Saylor Consulting WWCOT Architecture 31
  • 32. Select List of Contractors & Vendors2H Construction Landmark Site ContractorsAlley Cat Development Liberty Climate ControlAMG & Associates Marina LandscapeAngeles Contractors McCarthy BuildersBalfour Beatty Construction McMurray SternBali Construction Company Mel Smith ElectricBayley Construction Company Minco ConstructionBriggs Electric Mobile ModularCS Legacy Construction Ninyo & MooreCavecche Engineering & Construction Ocean State DevelopmentClass Leasing PCN3Church & Larsen Perini ManagementConverse Consulting Pinner ConstructionDaktronics RBKKDelco Electric RJ Daum Construction CompanyDynamic Engineering & Inspection Services RC Construction CompanyEMMA Corporation RJ Construction CompanyFast Track Construction Sandy Pringle AssociatesFon-Seca Cabinet & Fixture Company SiemensGA Dominguez Sierra School EquipmentG2K Construction Silver Creek IndustriesGreat Western Contractors Simplex GrinnellGreen Giant Landscape SMC Construction CompanyHeritage Window Coverings Smith-EmeryHoneywell Building Solutions Soltek PacificHoneywell International SRD EngineeringIan Thomas Group Taisei CorporationJourney Electric Technologies Teraband TechnologiesJ’s Pipeline Tri-Power ElectricKDC Construction Twining LaboratoriesKnowland Construction Services Williams Scotsman 32