Overview                       russell street school project


    Presentation Sequence
      Project Objectives
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Russell Street School                 repairs project


   Repair Project Objectives


   Mechanical   Accessibility (ADA)...
Project Team                                    russell street school project


  School Building Committee

      Richar...
Project Priorities   russell street school project
Timeline                                russell street school project



          Current 5th graders entered RSS        ...
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Abatement/Repair Phasing
      Mr. Carl Franceschi
       President, DRA
feasibility study



  JAN           FEB          MAR               APR        MAY            Concept
                    ...
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...
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PHASE 1
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PHASE 1A
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PHASE 2




          RENOVATION SCOPE OF WORK:
          - HVAC UPGRADE
          - ELECTRICAL UPGRADE...
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     RENOVATION SCOPE OF WORK:
     - HVAC UPGRADE
     - ELECTRICAL UPGRADE
     - FIRE PRO...
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   RENOVATION SCOPE OF WORK:
   -...
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PHASE 2
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                       RENOVATION SCOPE OF WORK:
                       - HVAC UPGR...
Schedule / Work Plan
Project Cost Estimate                         feasibility study




      Ineligible Costs
            Asbestos Abatement ...
Project Cost Estimate
Project Cost Revisions
     Original Project Budget                          $15,131,820
      submitted to MSBA 3/09
    ...
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
   ...
“Do Nothing” Scheme Costs

  Construction Costs
  due to system failure / maintenance over the next 20 years    $11,094,11...
“Do Nothing/ B5 Scheme Comparison

   “DO NOTHING”                              $21,324,739
   State Reimbursement        ...
Key Community Questions


     what if?
     2    We choose to build new . . .
                     Littleton will expend
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New Construction Cost Analysis
                             Construction Cost, Sq. Ft



                                 ...
“New / B5 Scheme Comparison

   NEW CONSTRUCTION                          $26,000,000
   State Reimbursement              ...
Key Project Issues      russell street school project




        Educational and Safety Concerns

                 Dr. Di...
Key Project Issues         russell street school project



   Educational and Safety Concerns
     Collaborative plannin...
Key Project Issues            russell street school project



  Educational and Safety Concerns              (cont.)

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Key Project Issues         russell street school project




              Financial Recap
                   Mr. Steve Ve...
Financial Recap         russell street school project


MSBA Reimbursements
      Reimbursements from MSBA received
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Financial Recap            russell street school project


Bonding Timeline
       Short term borrowing beginning June /
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Financial Recap           russell street school project


Tax Rate Impacts
      Greatest Impact in FY12
          Appro...
Summary                     russell street school project




  Demonstrated need
 Infrastructure modernized
 Code/legal c...
Support                russell street school project




               RSS Repair Project
                Is Supported by...
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  • RSS Renovation Town Meeting Slideshow

    1. 1. 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
    2. 2. Russell Street School repairs project Repair Project Objectives Mechanical Accessibility (ADA) Electrical Fire Protection Plumbing Asbestos Abatement Windows
    3. 3. 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
    4. 4. Project Priorities russell street school project
    5. 5. 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
    6. 6. russell street school project Abatement/Repair Phasing Mr. Carl Franceschi President, DRA
    7. 7. 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
    8. 8. Existing Conditions feasibility study
    9. 9. Families of Options feasibility study
    10. 10. Families of Options feasibility study
    11. 11. 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
    12. 12. feasibility study PHASE 1
    13. 13. feasibility study PHASE 1A
    14. 14. 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
    15. 15. 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
    16. 16. 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
    17. 17. 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
    18. 18. Schedule / Work Plan
    19. 19. 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
    20. 20. Project Cost Estimate
    21. 21. 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
    22. 22. Key Community Questions what if? 1 We choose to do nothing . . . 2 We choose to build new . . .
    23. 23. 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
    24. 24. “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
    25. 25. “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
    26. 26. 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!)
    27. 27. 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
    28. 28. “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
    29. 29. Key Project Issues russell street school project Educational and Safety Concerns Dr. Diane Bemis LPS Superintendent
    30. 30. 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
    31. 31. 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
    32. 32. Key Project Issues russell street school project Financial Recap Mr. Steve Venuti Treasurer, Town of Littleton
    33. 33. 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
    34. 34. 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
    35. 35. 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
    36. 36. 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
    37. 37. 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
    38. 38. russell street school project Questions Questions
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