“Pardon Our ThunderDust”

“Supporting Student Success”
2013-2014
and
What’s Next
•

Introductions...Ken Dunson

•

Ken Dunson
Director of Facilities Services
Master Plan

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•
•
...
PLANNING FOR

MASTER PLANNING
• “Colleges and universities can no longer
afford simply to react to changes in society.
Institutions that will thrive and...
WHY MASTER PLANNING IS IMPORTANT
• To ensure that Richland’s facilities support our
strategic plan
• To create a shared vi...
CORGAN
Corgan Associates Inc.
ADA Renovation
• Tied to the district-wide ADA Renovation
Project for all colleges
• Scope of work is wide, encompassing
r...
ADA Renovation
• Architects with the
projects are proposing
two new elevators:
-Outside Alamito/El Paso
-West side of Guad...
Carpet Replacement
• Continues from last year’s
phase III replacement:
Lavaca, Fannin, and the
remaining areas of
Bonham
•...
Traffic Flow Modification
• First phase to address vehicle traffic congestion
on east side of the college
• Will add a lan...
Traffic Flow Modification
• Will add a lane near the soccer fields to
aid with traffic flow.
Traffic Flow Modification
• DART stop at Walnut and East Campus Drive to be
relocated westward to reduce back-up of vehicl...
Card Access System Upgrade
• Increase security
• Police no longer
needed to unlock doors
• Existing entrance doors
• 237 c...
New Emergency Call Boxes
• All to be replaced
• Six more added for
better coverage
• Net VoIP telephone
system, wired or
W...
Fire Alarm System Upgrade
• Will incorporate
Thunderduck and
Kiowa into campus
main system
• Adding beacons on
each buildi...
Elevator Upgrades
• Crockett
– Replace hydraulic
system

• Medina
– Replace controls and
electronics

• Sabine
– Replace m...
Why Preventive Maintenance…
• Prevents unexpected breakdowns and increases
uptime, resulting in fewer comfort complaints
•...
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
FOR AIR COMPRESSOR
*Compressor Pump Oil (Daily)

*Oil Leak Inspection (Daily)
*Drain water from tan...
HVAC Direct Digital Controls
(DDC)
PNEUMATIC CONTROL
SYSTEM
DISADVANTAGES:
•60’s/70’s Technology
•Limited Controls
•Consta...
HVAC Direct Digital Controls
(DDC)
DIRECT DIGITAL CONTROL
SYSTEM
ADVANTAGES
•90’s Technology
•True Automation System
•Fast...
Title IX
Sports Team Locker Rooms
Gender Equity
Locker Room
Conceptual Floor Plan
Locker Concepts
Garland Campus
Fence and Solar Lights
Decommissioning of the Pool
• Built in 1974
• Area to be filled in
and turned into a
covered allpurpose area
Concepts
Concepts
Concepts
How To Get Things Done
Maintenance Work Orders
Emergencies (including but not limited to comfort calls and water leaks) ca...
Work Requests/Event Setups
Action Notices
Nameplate Signage Request
Key/Card Access Request
New Key Policy
BR-11
BR-11 Process Map
BR-11
2012-2013 End of Year
Sustainability Reports
Recycle Tonnage for 2010-2013
DCCCD RecycleMania Results
for 2013
Composting
Composting
Composting
COMPOSTING FOR
2013
852 LBS
Customer Satisfaction Survey
• It is very important that we understand our
customers’ perception of Facilities Services an...
Thank you for your time and
patience
– Richland College Facilities
Services
Facilities 101...be an insider
Facilities 101...be an insider
Facilities 101...be an insider
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  1. 1. “Pardon Our ThunderDust” “Supporting Student Success”
  2. 2. 2013-2014 and What’s Next • Introductions...Ken Dunson • Ken Dunson Director of Facilities Services Master Plan  • • • • • • • • • • • • Austin Longacre Building Mechanical Services Supervisor ADA Campus Renovations 1. (2) new elevators – Guadalupe, Alamito 2. Restroom renovations 3. Sidewalk and ramp renovations Carpet Replacement – Lavaca (Library), Bonham, Yegua, Fannin Eastside Traffic Flow Modifications Glenn Child Life Safety Systems Coordinator College Card Access Emergency Call Boxes Fire Alarm System Elevator Upgrades – Crockett, Medina, Sabine Hall Ron Foster Building Operations Supervisor Preventive Maintenance program DDC vs. pneumatic technology • • • • • • • Eddie Hueston Special Projects Locker Room Renovations – Title IX Garland Campus Pool Decommissioning LeeAnne Scott Executive Assistant-Facilities Services How to Get Things Done 1. Work Orders 2. Event Setup Requests 3. Signage 3. Key/Access Card Requests - New Policy (Ken Dunson) • • • Jerry Owens Assistant Director-Facilities Services BR11 Process Sustainability Furniture Replacement • • Ken Dunson Customer Satisfaction Survey • Conclusion • Q & A’s
  3. 3. PLANNING FOR MASTER PLANNING
  4. 4. • “Colleges and universities can no longer afford simply to react to changes in society. Institutions that will thrive and prosper in the twenty-first century will be those able to anticipate change, redefine themselves, and align their facilities assets to support their strategic goals.” John R. Reeve Marion B. Smith • “When you don’t know where you’re going, any road will get you there” The Cheshire Cat Alice in Wonderland
  5. 5. WHY MASTER PLANNING IS IMPORTANT • To ensure that Richland’s facilities support our strategic plan • To create a shared vision within our campus community • To make better use of our existing site and facilities • To anticipate our future facility needs • To avoid waste and disruption resulting from piecemeal projects • To establish a realistic capital budget • To develop campus maps and building plans for better facility management
  6. 6. CORGAN Corgan Associates Inc.
  7. 7. ADA Renovation • Tied to the district-wide ADA Renovation Project for all colleges • Scope of work is wide, encompassing restroom fixture relocations, restroom remodels and door and door hardware replacement, among others • Will also address exterior needs (ramps, handrails, sidewalks, etc.)
  8. 8. ADA Renovation • Architects with the projects are proposing two new elevators: -Outside Alamito/El Paso -West side of Guadalupe • Elevators will be traction style, eliminating the need for hydraulics and a subterranean pit
  9. 9. Carpet Replacement • Continues from last year’s phase III replacement: Lavaca, Fannin, and the remaining areas of Bonham • Work to be done primarily over the holidays, but common areas can be completed during nights & weekends
  10. 10. Traffic Flow Modification • First phase to address vehicle traffic congestion on east side of the college • Will add a lane near the soccer fields to aid with traffic flow • Relocation of DART stop • Crosswalks on both sides of campus to be examined for safety modified accordingly
  11. 11. Traffic Flow Modification • Will add a lane near the soccer fields to aid with traffic flow.
  12. 12. Traffic Flow Modification • DART stop at Walnut and East Campus Drive to be relocated westward to reduce back-up of vehicles entering the east side of the college and will feature a safe crossing for pedestrians.
  13. 13. Card Access System Upgrade • Increase security • Police no longer needed to unlock doors • Existing entrance doors • 237 classrooms to have electrified locks • Installation will occur between 11:00 PM and 6:00 AM
  14. 14. New Emergency Call Boxes • All to be replaced • Six more added for better coverage • Net VoIP telephone system, wired or Wi-Fi • Most will be hard wired electrical with generator back-up
  15. 15. Fire Alarm System Upgrade • Will incorporate Thunderduck and Kiowa into campus main system • Adding beacons on each building to indicate which is in alarm • Adding smoke sensors to restrooms • Will be able to fire drill single buildings
  16. 16. Elevator Upgrades • Crockett – Replace hydraulic system • Medina – Replace controls and electronics • Sabine – Replace motors, parts and sensors in both elevators
  17. 17. Why Preventive Maintenance… • Prevents unexpected breakdowns and increases uptime, resulting in fewer comfort complaints • Adds to the life cycle of the equipment • Equipment performs more efficiently resulting in greater energy savings • Less equipment redundancy • Intelligence within asset management (AIMS )
  18. 18. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE FOR AIR COMPRESSOR *Compressor Pump Oil (Daily) *Oil Leak Inspection (Daily) *Drain water from tank (Daily) *Inspect belts (Daily) *Checking the air filter (Monthly) *Check safety relief valve (Monthly) *Check/tighten all bolts (Monthly) *Check for connections (Monthly)
  19. 19. HVAC Direct Digital Controls (DDC) PNEUMATIC CONTROL SYSTEM DISADVANTAGES: •60’s/70’s Technology •Limited Controls •Constant Calibration •Rely on Air Compressors •Difficult to Trace/Repair Air Leaks •Dwindling Service Pool (Buildings: B,C,F,G,L,M,N,P,WH*)
  20. 20. HVAC Direct Digital Controls (DDC) DIRECT DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEM ADVANTAGES •90’s Technology •True Automation System •Faster Response & Accuracy •Increases Energy Efficiency •Integration of Other Building Systems •Easier to Troubleshoot •Software Upgrades User Friendly •Historical Data/Trending •Received funding to convert Crockett, Neches and the remainder of Wichita Hall •(Buildings: A,C,D,H,S,T,WH*)
  21. 21. Title IX Sports Team Locker Rooms Gender Equity
  22. 22. Locker Room Conceptual Floor Plan
  23. 23. Locker Concepts
  24. 24. Garland Campus
  25. 25. Fence and Solar Lights
  26. 26. Decommissioning of the Pool • Built in 1974 • Area to be filled in and turned into a covered allpurpose area
  27. 27. Concepts
  28. 28. Concepts
  29. 29. Concepts
  30. 30. How To Get Things Done Maintenance Work Orders Emergencies (including but not limited to comfort calls and water leaks) can be called in to the Work Order Center at 972/238-6170* (or ext. 6170 from an internal phone line), and then entered into the AIMS on-line work order system by the department’s designated requestor. Regular maintenance work orders (including but not limited to lights burned out or flickering and custodial services) should be entered into AIMS. Work orders by email are not accepted. •* The Work Order Center phone is answered during the following hours: •Monday through Thursday: 6:45 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. •Friday: hours: 6:45 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. •Saturday: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Work Request Forms Requests that require approval (including but not limited to door core changes, items to be hung on walls, office moves) must be submitted on a Facility Work Request form with the appropriate division signatures. Event Set-Up Requests Requests for set-ups must be submitted on a Facility Work Request form and received in the Facilities Office (P131) no later than 24 hours in advance of the set up. Requests will not be processed without the room confirmation attached. If you’re sending the form through inter-campus mail, please allow enough time to reach our office by the deadline. We can also accept the form in person or by fax (972/238-3796). Signage Requests Requests for signage must be submitted on a Signage Request form. Please include: Name, Title and Division. Abbreviate as needed to fit in the provided spaces. Signs are cut on Tuesdays and Thursdays Key/Card Access Requests Requests for keys and/or access cards must be submitted on a Key/Card Access Request form with appropriate signatures, in accordance with the Operational Memorandum #CG-801 for Control and Issuance of Keys and Card Access System (CAS) Cards. Keys are cut on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The forms listed above can be found on our website at the following address: http://www.richlandcollege.edu/facilities/forms.php.
  31. 31. Work Requests/Event Setups
  32. 32. Action Notices
  33. 33. Nameplate Signage Request
  34. 34. Key/Card Access Request
  35. 35. New Key Policy
  36. 36. BR-11
  37. 37. BR-11 Process Map
  38. 38. BR-11
  39. 39. 2012-2013 End of Year Sustainability Reports
  40. 40. Recycle Tonnage for 2010-2013
  41. 41. DCCCD RecycleMania Results for 2013
  42. 42. Composting
  43. 43. Composting
  44. 44. Composting
  45. 45. COMPOSTING FOR 2013 852 LBS
  46. 46. Customer Satisfaction Survey • It is very important that we understand our customers’ perception of Facilities Services and how we are doing. In November a customer satisfaction survey will be presented to the campus community asking them to share their thoughts and suggestions on how we can improve, thus further enhancing the learning environment for our students and faculty. Once a summation of this survey is complete, we will strive to improve on the areas most gleaned as opportunities.
  47. 47. Thank you for your time and patience – Richland College Facilities Services

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