Pardon Our Thunderdust 2011-2012

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Pardon Our Thunderdust 2011-2012

  1. 1. “Pardon Our ThunderDust”
  2. 2. 2011-2012 and What’s Next• Introduction ….Eddie Hueston • Jerry Owens• Cheri Stanley • New Custodial Cleaning Schedule• Parking Lot A & B Renovation • New Seasonal Temperature Settings• Bonham Elevator Project • New Cooling Towers• Decommissioning of Verde • Oncor Rebate Incentive Program• Continuation of Landscape Lighting Project • Light Harvesting on Campus• Wichita Restrooms Renovation • Parking Lot Lighting Project• Completion of Phase II Storefront • Electric Cart Charging Dock Replacement • Waste Reduction on Campus• Austin Longacre • Conclusion… Eddie Hueston• Spillway Renovation Project • Q & A’s• El Paso Walkway Improvement• Phase III Carpet Replacement• Landscape Conversion Plan• Removal & Relocation of Thunderduck Planters• New Fleet Decals• Ron Foster• Utility Bridge Project
  3. 3. Parking Lot A & B Renovation
  4. 4. Parking Lot A & B Renovation • Purpose: To repair Parking Lots A & B, from the sub-base to the lot surface • To be done in one phase to expedite completion • Temp. ADA parking to be provided in Parking Lots C&D • Projected time of project: Oct. 10 – Nov. 17th
  5. 5. Bonham Elevator Project• Bonham has an elevator that measures 44” deep x 80” wide• The minimum requirement is 54” deep x 80” wide 5
  6. 6. Bonham Elevator Project• Purpose: To meet ADA standards for existing elevator in Bonham building• In addition, ADA accessible corridor will be constructed on 1st floor• Status: In the design and planning stage
  7. 7. Existing elevator cab and exterior front wall to be removedClassroom walls,doors, ceilings,lighting to be Existing doorsremoved To be removed Corridor wall to be removed 7 DEMOLITION PLAN-FIRST FLOOR
  8. 8. Decommissioning of Verde
  9. 9. Decommissioning of Verde• Purpose: Verde building was found structurally unsound for classroom use; decision was made to decommission the building for safety reasons• In the process of contracting an outside vendor to demolish and remove the building; Material suitable for recycling will be saved and dealt with appropriately
  10. 10. Continuation of Landscape Lighting Project
  11. 11. Continuation of Landscape Lighting Project• Currently in Phase IV of the project• Purpose: To provide safety on campus through better lighting, as well as reduced energy consumption• Will add (4) additional fixtures at Westside Medina (lakeside) for better illumination• This phase should be the final phase for the foreseeable future
  12. 12. Wichita Restrooms Renovation
  13. 13. Wichita Restroom Renovation• Purpose: To improve the overall aesthetic condition of (4) Wichita restrooms• Restroom fixtures to be removed and replaced, as well as tile• Will match the new campus standard, as seen in the Peco Expansion
  14. 14. Completion of Phase IIStorefront Replacement
  15. 15. Completion of Phase II Storefront Replacement• Replaced 79 door openings; Approx. 30 doors remain to be replaced• New doors more energy efficient; Allow less UV penetration than previous doors, and seals contain inside air better
  16. 16. Spillway Renovation Project
  17. 17. Spillway Renovation Project• Purpose: To fix separation in several joints in the spillway culverts, causing the formation of sinkholes after heavy rains• Will utilize high-pressure grout injection to realign the sections of concrete pipes• Pipe sections will be sealed from the inside after realignment• Minimal impact on surrounding area expected; Draining of lake not necessary
  18. 18. El Paso Walkway Renovation
  19. 19. El Paso Walkway Renovation• Purpose: To eliminate suspected exterior leak origins above El Paso• Joint sealant removed from Crockett/Alamito breezeway to Fannin/Lavaca breezeway; Replaced with high-impact, flexible, traffic-grade joint sealant• Patchwork made on any areas where aggregate spalling was more than 1” deep
  20. 20. Phase III Carpet Replacement
  21. 21. Phase III Carpet Replacement • Purpose: To replace dated and damaged carpet in Medina & Bonham buildings • Will be completed through the help of a District SAR
  22. 22. Landscape Conversion Plan
  23. 23. Landscape Conversion Plan• Purpose: To increase sustainable landscape by 20% over the next two years• Will reduce water consumption, fertilizer application, labor, and carbon footprint• Will include various wildflower mixes and native turfgrasses
  24. 24. Removal and Relocation of Thunderduck Planters
  25. 25. Removal and Relocation of Thunderduck Planters• Purpose: To increase flow during high-traffic periods in Thunderduck Hall• Repurposed planters to (4) different locations on campus• Planters now contain native, low-maintenance plant material
  26. 26. New Fleet Decals • Purpose: To update vehicle fleet decals • Mono-chromatic graphics to be used to prevent sun damage / fading • Similar to graphic to the left, but either all black, or all white, die-cut vinyl
  27. 27. Utility Bridge Project• REPLACE LEAKING HVAC (HEATING VENTILATION & AIR CONDITIONING) PIPING THAT TRAVELS UNDER THE LAKE NEAR PECOS• TEMPORARY SOLUTION WAS TO INSTALL 165 FEET OF EIGHT (8) INCH PIPING ACROSS THE NORTH BRIDGE TO PROVIDE HEATING TO THE EASTSIDE• INSTALL NEW BRIDGE NORTH OF EXISTING PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE• RE-OPEN EXISTING BRIDGE FOR FOOT AND UTILITY VEHICLE TRAFFIC
  28. 28. New Custodial Cleaning Schedule• T-DUCKS IN ROW #101 – CUSTODIAL SERVICES SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENTS TO ACTIVE BUDGET SAVINGS• MONDAY – THURSDAY. TRASH AND RECYCLING CONTAINERS SHOULD BE PLACED OUTSIDE OF OFFICE DOORS WHEN THE LAST OCCUPANTS LEAVE. THE DEEP- NIGHT CUSTODIAL CREW WILL EMPTY THE CONTAINERS AND PLACE THEM BACK OUTSIDE OF OFFICES• FRIDAY- CONTAINERS SHOULD BE LEFT INSIDE OFFICES FOR TRASH AND RECYCLING TO BE REMOVED BY WEEKEND CLEANING CREW• THE WEEKEND CUSTODIAL CREW WILL CLEAN OFFICES AND EMPTY CONTAINERS• ANNUAL COST SAVINGS OF $102,000
  29. 29. New Seasonal Temperature Settings for Summer & Winter• WINTER SETTING OF 72°F WILL COMMENCE ON DECEMBER 1 AND END ON APRIL 1• SUMMER SETTING of 76°F WILL COMMENCE ON APRIL 2 AND END ON NOVEMBER 30• ESTIMATED COST SAVINGS OF 20% TO 30% OF UTILITY BUDGET
  30. 30. New Cooling Towers
  31. 31. Energy Savings
  32. 32. Oncor Incentive Rebate Program• ONCOR PRESENTED DCCCD WITH REBATE CHECK OF $75,480 FOR THE INSTALLATION OF A HIGH EFFICIENCY (.541 KW/TON) CHILLER AT RICHLAND• VICE CHANCELLOR OF BUSINESS AFFAIRS, ED DES PLAS, PRESENTED THE REBATE CHECK TO RICHLAND TO BE USED IN ENERGY REDUCTION PROJECTS• RICHLAND WILL UTILIZE THE FUNDS TO ACCOMPLISH THE FOLLOWING: – Upgrade the main energy management system (EMS) – Install control system for exhaust fans, water coolers and electric hot water heaters – Replace old outdated equipment on air handling units – Purchase and install electrical and water monitoring devices – Install lighting and HVAC systems control points on EMS for Kiowa, Uvalde and Yegua Halls – Upgrade HVAC controls for Bonham, Del Rio and Neches Halls
  33. 33. Light Harvesting on Campus• Through the use of photo sensors, light levels are automatically adjusted to take into account ambient natural sunlight entering the building. Appropriate light levels are maintained and artificial lighting is dimmed when necessary.• BUILDINGS SELECTED IN PHASE I: – EL PASO HALL – STUDENT LOUNGE – DEL RIO 2ND FLOOR – GYM LOBBY – MEDINA 1ST FLOOR WEST HALLWAY – CROCKETT HALL OUTSIDE C-140
  34. 34. Parking Lot Lighting Project• RE-COMMISSIONING OF 120’ PARKING LOT LIGHT FIXTURES• INSTALL THIRTY-EIGHT (38) SOLAR NEW LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (LED) LIGHT FIXTURES ON BOTH (EAST & WEST) PERIMETER ROADWAYS• REPLACE FORTY-ONE (41) METAL HALIDE FIXTURES WITH LED IN PARKING LOTS U, V & W• INSTALL FOUR (4) NEW LED LANDSCAPE LIGHTS BETWEEN MEDINA & DEL RIO• REDUCE OUR ANNUAL CARBON FOOT PRINT BY 93.3 METRIC TONS OF CO²
  35. 35. Parking Lot Lighting Project East Side West Side
  36. 36. Waste Reduction on Campus
  37. 37. Waste Reduction on Campus• BASE YEAR – TOTAL TRASH SENT TO LANDFILL WAS 1,300,000 LBS. OR 650 TONS• LAST YEAR- TOTAL TRASH SENT TO LANDFILL WAS 780,000 LBS. OR 390 TONS – 60 % OF OUR TRASH WAS DIVERTED FROM THE LANDFILL – REDUCTION IN DUMPSTER PICK-UP – REDUCTION IN DUMPSTERS – ANNUAL COST SAVINGS OF $5800
  38. 38. Electric Cart Charging Dock
  39. 39. Thank You for Your Time and PatienceRichland College Facilities Services

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