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16 august hoosac valley school

  1. 1. DESIGN TEAM OWNERS PROJECT MANAGER Tessier Associates Architect URS Corporation Margo Jones Architects Guntlow & Associates Tsiang Engineering aCaerus Sustainable Solutions Hesnor Engineering Company MPR Consulting
  2. 2. Existing and Proposed Space at Hoosac Valley: Existing  Proposed HIGH SCHOOL AREA 35,158 gsf 80,440 gsf MIDDLE SCHOOL AREA 21,838 gsf 50,127 gsf SHARED & ADMINISTRATION AREAS 91,309 gsf 44,133 gsf VACANT POOL AREA 7,360 gsf 0 gsf DISTRICT AREA 3,161 gsf 0 gsf TOTAL GROSS BUILDING AREA 158,826 gsf 174,700 gsf
  3. 3. Building Environmental Improvements • Reduced potable water consumption. • Reduced energy consumption, significantly below current usage. • Potential use of on‐site renewable energy (photo voltaic solar  system). • Improved ventilation and indoor air quality • Improved lighting and automatic daylighting controls • Removal of remaining asbestos containing materials. • Regionally sourced materials, recycled products, and no v.o.c.  finishes will be used in the renovations and additions.
  4. 4. Site Environmental Issues • The existing athletic fields are frequently inundated with stormwater.    Poor draining soils do not allow for infiltration rates fast enough to  keep fields dry.   • Currently storm drainage is collected and piped to existing wetland  resource areas.  There are no provisions for removal of suspended  solids, infiltration or run‐off rate reduction.   • DEP will require the site to meet the Stormwater Management policy  development standards for a redevelopment project.  A Stormwater Operation & Maintenance Plan will need to be developed and  adhered to.   • Existing site lighting is outdated and inefficient.  New fixtures would  reduce light pollution and provide higher, safer light levels while  using less energy.
  5. 5. The Goal of the Project will be to have a Green  Certified School
  6. 6. Adams Cheshire Regional School Building Committee Donald Sommer Alfred Skrocki Francis Waterman Former Selectman /  Superintendent Waterman Construction Local Businessman 138 East Rd., 97 Main St., 1 Sommer Hill Rd.,  Adams, MA 01220 Cheshire, MA 01225 Adams, MA 01220 skrockia@acrsd.net watermanexcavating@verizon.net sommerhaflingers@yahoo.com Timothy Luczynski Howard Wineberg Daniel Delorey Facilities Mgr ‐ ACRSD Local Businessman / Cheshire Selectman 35 Meadowview Dr., Former member of Finance   485 N State Rd.,  Cheshire, MA 01225 Committee / Chair of ACE Foundation Cheshire, MA 01225 luczynskit@acrsd.net 22 Highland Ave. Berkshirecustomindex@msn.com Adams, MA  01220 David Hinkell howardjw@roadrunner.com Jonathan Butler Business Administrator/  Adams Town Administrator Chief Procurement Officer Gary Herzog 59 Notch Rd.,  139 Cole Ave, Long time youth sports coach / Adams, MA 01220 Pittsfield, MA 01201 Former member of Finance Board jbutler@town.adams.ma.us hinkelld@acrsd.net 612 Notch Rd., Cheshire, MA  01225 John Duval ghherzog@hotmail.com Henry Duval School Committee Principal 22 Powers St, 175 Wilshire Dr. Scott Nichols Adams, MA  01220. Cheshire, MA 01225 Athletic Director at MCLA /  jeduval@verizon.net duvalh@acrsd.net Adams Selectman 47 Walling Rd., Lynn Clairmont Adams, MA 01220 Paul Demastrie scott.nichols@mcla.edu School Committee Finance Committee 20 Pleasantview Dr. 29 Leonard St., Cheshire, MA 01225 Adams, MA 01220 bljjcl@roadrunner.com pauldemastrie@verizon.net
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