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RSS Renovation Town Meeting Slideshow RSS Renovation Town Meeting Slideshow Presentation Transcript

  • Overview russell street school project Presentation Sequence  Project Objectives  School Building Committee  Priorities  Timeline  Abatement/Repair Phasing Details  Mr. Carl Franceschi, President, DRA  Educational & Safety Considerations  Dr. Diane Bemis, Superintendent, LPS  Financial Recap  Mr. Steve Venuti, Treasurer, Town of Littleton  Questions
  • Russell Street School repairs project Repair Project Objectives Mechanical Accessibility (ADA) Electrical Fire Protection Plumbing Asbestos Abatement Windows
  • Project Team russell street school project School Building Committee  Richard Crowley – Chairman PMBC  Jane Hall – Vice Chairman RSS Principal  Joseph Collentro PMBC, Chairman  Mark Mizzoni PMBC  Jef Feehan PMBC  Ronald Catella PMBC  Paul Avella PMBC & School Committee  Diane Bemis LPS Superintendent  Steve Mark LPS Business Manager  Keith Bergman Littleton Town Administrator  Steve Venuti Littleton Town Treasurer Notes: 1. PMBC: Permanent Municipal Building Committee 2. SBC organized and populated in accordance with applicable MGL and MSBA policy
  • Project Priorities russell street school project
  • Timeline russell street school project Current 5th graders entered RSS Sep 2006 Initial Statement of Interest (SOI) Nov 2006 Follow-up SOI Nov 2007 MSBA on-site survey Nov 2007 EQA Jan 2008 Feasibility Study approval May 2008 OPM (Dadaelus) hired Nov 2008 Architect (DRA) hired Jan 2009 Feasibility Study Jan – May 2009 Presentation to MSBA March 2009 MSBA approval March 25, 2009 Tonight Town Meeting decision May 4, 2009 Ballot Question at Town Elections May 9, 2009
  • russell street school project Abatement/Repair Phasing Mr. Carl Franceschi President, DRA
  • feasibility study JAN FEB MAR APR MAY Concept Document Strategic design documents feasibility study Planning Document Options ideas, goals & desires GO! Listening collecting information Collecting existing conditions
  • Existing Conditions feasibility study
  • Families of Options feasibility study
  • Families of Options feasibility study
  • Option Family B - renovations feasibility study B1. MULTI-PHASE - INTERNAL SWING • THIS SCHEME UTILIZES SWING SPACE IN THE ADJACENT MIDDLE SCHOOL TO SUPPORT THE ENTIRE 5TH GRADE (6 CLASSROOMS + A SPED AREA). CREATION OF ADDITIONAL INTERIOR SWING SPACE + OTHER ADJUSTMENTS TO THE PROGRAM ALLOW FOR FEASIBLE PHASING OF CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES. • SUMMER RECESS + WINTER RECESS OWNER RELOCATION ACTIVITIES WILL REQUIRE RESOURCES ON THE PART OF THE SCHOOL DISTRICT. • EXTERIOR (MODULAR) ENCLOSED CORRIDOR WILL BE UTILIZED DURING PHASE 2 TO ACCOMMODATE CIRCULATION BETWEEN BLDG. A + C. • STAGE AREA WILL BE CONVERTED TO 2 CLASSROOMS TO BE USED FOR CASE COLLABORATIVE ROOMS - (NOT Project Cost 13.4M HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBLE.) • ASBESTOS ABATEMENT PROJECTS WILL OCCUR OVER MSBA Reimb. 6.2M SUMMER MONTHS TO MITIGATE PARENTS/FACULTY CONCERNS W/ OCCUPATION DURING ABATEMENT EXERCISES. NET COST to LITTLETON SCEHEME TEMPORARILY ELIMINATES: 7.2M • FACILITY DIRECTOR + MAINTENANCE ROOMS • MUSIC ROOM / BAND STAGE AREA • ART ROOM
  • feasibility study PHASE 1
  • feasibility study PHASE 1A
  • feasibility study PHASE 2 RENOVATION SCOPE OF WORK: - HVAC UPGRADE - ELECTRICAL UPGRADE - FIRE PROTECTION UPGRADE - TECHNOLOGY UPGRADE - NEW LIGHTING - NEW CEILINGS + FLOORS - PAINTING - HANDICAPPED ACCESS UPGRADES
  • feasibility study PHASE 3 RENOVATION SCOPE OF WORK: - HVAC UPGRADE - ELECTRICAL UPGRADE - FIRE PROTECTION UPGRADE - TECHNOLOGY UPGRADE - NEW LIGHTING - NEW CEILINGS + FLOORS - PAINTING - HANDICAPPED ACCESS UPGRADES
  • feasibility study PHASE 4 PHASE - 4 RENOVATION SCOPE OF WORK: - HVAC UPGRADE - ELECTRICAL UPGRADE - FIRE PROTECTION UPGRADE - TECHNOLOGY UPGRADE - NEW LIGHTING - NEW CEILINGS + FLOORS - PAINTING - HANDICAPPED ACCESS UPGRADES
  • feasibility study PHASE 2 5 RENOVATION SCOPE OF WORK: - HVAC UPGRADE - ELECTRICAL UPGRADE - FIRE PROTECTION UPGRADE - TECHNOLOGY UPGRADE - NEW LIGHTING - NEW CEILINGS + FLOORS - PAINTING - HANDICAPPED ACCESS UPGRADES
  • Schedule / Work Plan
  • Project Cost Estimate feasibility study Ineligible Costs Asbestos Abatement ($301,509) Other (incl legal) ($60,000) Eligible District Budget $13,038,491 Reimbursement Rate 47.84% Approximate Total Grant Amount $6,237,614 Total District Project Share $7,162,386
  • Project Cost Estimate
  • Project Cost Revisions Original Project Budget $15,131,820 submitted to MSBA 3/09 Revised Project Budget $13,909,138 Reconciled with Daedalus/ prepared for TM delta (savings) $ 1,222,682 Adjustment to Construction Cost Estimate ($742,761) Adjust for market conditions – recent bids Norwood, Malden Adjustment for Actual vs. assumed OPM Fees (370,000) Daedalus fee actual less than DRA projection for that line item Adjustment to Project Contingency (59,000) Based on 8% of other adjustments Adjustment to Construction Testing Budget (75,000) Further delineation of scope suggests less Constion Testing required Other Adjustments +24,079.00 Total of Adjustment - $1,222,682
  • Key Community Questions what if? 1 We choose to do nothing . . . 2 We choose to build new . . .
  • Key Community Questions what if? 1 We choose to do nothing . . . Littleton will expend $21 M vs $7.2 M in maintaining the Russell Street School over the next 20-year timeframe
  • “Do Nothing” Scheme Costs Construction Costs due to system failure / maintenance over the next 20 years $11,094,110 Projects Costs including soft costs, engineering, bidding, testings, etc. $ 2,315,157 Premium costs for smaller bid packages estimated at 10% $ 1,340,913 INFLATION @ 3% per year $ 6,574,559 NOTE: There will be no state reimbursement share as part of this approach $21,324,739
  • “Do Nothing/ B5 Scheme Comparison “DO NOTHING” $21,324,739 State Reimbursement 0 Littleton Share – “DO NOTHING” Scheme $21,324,739 vs B5 SCHEME Littleton Share – Scheme B5 as proposed $7,162,386
  • Key Community Questions what if? 2 We choose to build new . . . Littleton will expend $26 M vs $7.2 M  No MSBA Support likely (the new construction number is not $15 million!)
  • New Construction Cost Analysis Construction Cost, Sq. Ft $451.64 Paul Revere School $500.00 Revere, MA $450.00 Norwood High School $400.00 $341.06 Norwood, MA $315/sf avg. Ft $$ / Sq. $350.00 $294.01 $290.00 Wellington School $249.66 Belmont, MA $300.00 $243.04 Burlington $250.00 Burlington, MA $200.00 Middleton Elementary $150.00 School Middletown, MA $100.00 DRA Estimated Cost for New Construction per $50.00 study $- 2009 Cost Per Square Foot
  • “New / B5 Scheme Comparison NEW CONSTRUCTION $26,000,000 State Reimbursement 0 Littleton Share – New Construction $26,000,000 vs B5 SCHEME Littleton Share – Scheme B5 as proposed $7,162,386
  • Key Project Issues russell street school project Educational and Safety Concerns Dr. Diane Bemis LPS Superintendent
  • Key Project Issues russell street school project Educational and Safety Concerns  Collaborative planning included teachers, administrators, and owner’s project manager (OPM)  Safety/Security  CORI  Noise  Meals  Grade 5 @ LMS  Location  Schedule  Lunch
  • Key Project Issues russell street school project Educational and Safety Concerns (cont.)  Tiger’s Den  Playground  CASE Classes  Alternatives studied  Move all students out of RSS during repair project Shaker Lane School and Littleton High School  Delays  Days  Weeks
  • Key Project Issues russell street school project Financial Recap Mr. Steve Venuti Treasurer, Town of Littleton
  • Financial Recap russell street school project MSBA Reimbursements  Reimbursements from MSBA received throughout project  Monthly submittals to MSBA  Use reimbursement dollars to pay current bills  Minimizes interest payments during construction  Lowers the final bond amount to Littleton’s share only
  • Financial Recap russell street school project Bonding Timeline  Short term borrowing beginning June / July 2009  Average $3 million - $4 million during project  Bond issued 1st quarter 2011 for Town’s total share - $7,423,186  1st payment due FY12
  • Financial Recap russell street school project Tax Rate Impacts  Greatest Impact in FY12  Approximately $150 to $215 depending on interest rate  Decreases each year with principal reduction  Qualified School Construction Bond  Available under President’s Stimulus Plan  Provides 0% interest
  • Summary russell street school project Demonstrated need Infrastructure modernized Code/legal compliance Repair option most cost effective Detailed plan ready to execute Safety/Security not compromised Education continuity ensured Reimbursable The RSS Repair Project is a win-win for Littleton
  • Support russell street school project RSS Repair Project Is Supported by: Massachusetts School Building Authority Board of Selectmen FINCOM School Committee Permanent Municipal Building Committee School Building Committee
  • russell street school project Questions Questions