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CV-S Building Project Presentation

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This is the presentation about the building project made by the Community Advisory Council to the Cherry Valley-Springfield Board of Education on 1/18/07. Further information is available at …

This is the presentation about the building project made by the Community Advisory Council to the Cherry Valley-Springfield Board of Education on 1/18/07. Further information is available at http://www.cvscs.org.

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  • 1. Introduction & Background
    • Superintendent (June-August, 2006)
      • Ongoing assessment of building conditions and needs
      • Requested input from staff & teachers
      • Explored opportunities through EXCEL project
      • Recommended Board consider project
    • Board of Education (August-September)
      • Assigned Operations & Infrastructure Committee responsibility for Building Project
      • Authorized creation of Community Advisory Council
        • to engage in community design process
        • to involve representatives from stakeholder groups
        • to consider 15 year timeframe (The 2020 Vision)
    • Community Advisory Council (October-January)
      • Identified key categories
      • Reviewed input from stakeholders, ranked issues
      • Evaluated conceptual design solutions
  • 2. Leveraging EXCEL
    • Need
      • Building Survey identified expected and required maintenance & renovations
    • Opportunity
      • EXCEL program offers additional State aid to significantly offset local share
      • Two year funding window “open” now
  • 3. Tasks in Community Design Process
    • Study Issues
    • Create solutions
    • Generate total cost
    • Determine tax impact
    • Assess community support
    • Build the project
    • Use the new school
  • 4. Stakeholder Groups
    • Students
    • Parents
    • Residents
    • Teachers
    • Staff
    • Administrators
    • Board Members
  • 5. Community Advisory Council Organizational Structure
      • Invitation for participation: Published in newspaper & informal networking, for first meeting in mid-October
      • Charge: Advisory Council to BOE Operations & Infrastructure Committee, make recommendation to Board concerning scope of possible building project to be submitted as community referendum
      • Participation: approximately 20 community members, teachers, staff members, administrators, board members, architects & engineers
      • Meetings: Regular weekly meetings from October - January
  • 6. Community Advisory Council Process
      • 1. Solicited input & received lists describing issues from various stakeholder groups and architects and engineers
      • 2. Organized issues and concerns into key categories (safety & security, structural/maintenance, energy efficiency, educational excellence, student & community services)
      • 3. Ranked issues: 1 (mandatory / absolutely necessary), 2a (advisable for cost efficiency reasons), 2b (advisable for other reasons), 3 (not unreasonable), 4 (amenity), 5 (luxury), X (need more information / not relevant to project)
  • 7. Community Advisory Council Process
      • 4. Evaluated conceptual design solutions proposed by architects to solve highly ranked issues
      • 5. Received briefing from Fiscal Advisors about potential local impact of building projects, based on different scenarios of aidability, EXCEL applicability.
      • 6. Revised proposed project scope and specific design solutions to respond to stakeholder concerns
  • 8. Community Advisory Council Recommended Scope of Project
      • Areas of focus
      • Safety & Security
      • Repairs
      • Energy Conservation
      • Operational Efficiencies
      • Educational Excellence
  • 9. Community Advisory Council Recommended Scope of Project
    • Safety & Security
      • Exterior
        • Reconfigure parking lot to improve drop off of children by buses and parents
        • Improve pedestrian and vehicle traffic flow in parking areas
        • Enhance outside lighting
      • Interior
        • Enhance security at entrances; require visitor entry through office at main entrance during school day
        • Rebuild locker rooms to meet current safety codes
        • Reconstruct auditorium lighting booth and other support facilities to meet current safety codes
        • Enhance fire safety systems: alarfiredoors, etc.
        • Install new communication system
  • 10. Improve Student drop-off area
  • 11. Bring Locker Rooms into code compliance
  • 12. Add fire doors to hallways
  • 13. Enhance projection booth safety
  • 14. Community Advisory Council Recommended Scope of Project
    • Energy Conservation
      • Replace components in heating system, including electronic control system
      • Upgrade lighting components
      • Upgrade existing roof insulation
  • 15. Improve Lighting Efficiency
  • 16. Community Advisory Council Recommended Scope of Project
    • Operational Efficiencies
      • Consolidate offices to improve administrative efficiency
      • Upgrade fixtures to reduce daily maintenance in bathrooms and locker rooms
  • 17. Community Advisory Council Recommended Scope of Project
    • Repairs & Maintenance
        • Exterior
          • Repair and resurface parking lot and walkways
          • Improve drainage around building, on parking lots and on playing fields
          • Repair sinkhole near track
        • Interior
          • Replace roof on 1989 building
          • Replace deteriorating components in heating, water & ventilation systems
          • Replace and repair bleachers, doors and other components within building
  • 18. Replace leaking roof
  • 19. Replace leaking roof
  • 20. Repair & replace sidewalks and curbing to provide proper access
  • 21. Repair Front Entrance
  • 22. Community Advisory Council Recommended Scope of Project
    • Educational Excellence
      • Expand Library/Media Center to increasing information & knowledge requirements
      • Enhance instructional technology available in all classrooms
      • Improve and modernize science laboratories
      • Enhance Art, Music (Instrumental and Vocal) and Performance facilities
  • 23. Enhance Science Labs
  • 24. Expand Instrumental and Vocal Music Areas
  • 25. Expand Library Media Center
  • 26. Overview of Proposed Design Solutions
    • Site Work
    • Building Systems
    • Space Reconfiguration
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  • 31. Present Lower LMC 1920 sq feet
  • 32. Present Upper LMC 2100 sq feet
  • 33. 25 station computer lab Seating for 36 Elementary Library Literature Circle Offices, Print Collection & tables in Reference 4020 sq feet of space Present Library Media Center
  • 34. 25 station computer lab Seating for 36 Elementary Library Literature Circle Offices, Print Collection & tables in Reference 4790 sq feet of space Present Library Media Center & Reading 1 st Library Reading 1 st Library
  • 35. Proposed LMC 6600 sq feet
  • 36. 25 station computer lab Seating for 36 Elementary Library Literature Circle Offices, Print Collection & tables in Reference 6330 sq feet of space New Library Media Center Reading 1 st Library 2 nd 25 station computer lab Video Studio, Multimedia stations & Bathroom
  • 37. High School Wing Elementary Wing
  • 38. Estimated Cost of Potential Project $7,788,000 Total Construction Cost $1,298,000 Incidental Cost Allowance (20%) $6,490,000 Subtotal: Construction Cost $ 590,000 Contingency (10%) $5,900,000 Subtotal $2,350,000 Space Reconfiguration $1,850,000 Building Systems $1,700,000 Exterior Site Work
  • 39. Funding Scenarios
  • 40. Estimated Impact of Project on School Budget $23,107 Net Budget Impact (Estimated) $30,000 Estimated Energy Savings from Project $53,107 Estimated Annual Budget Impact
  • 41. Estimated impact of proposed project on property tax bills
  • 42. Proposed Project Timeline Construction Complete August 2009 Construction Begins April 2008 State Approval February 2008 Design Completed September 2007 Community Referendum March 2007 Board Consideration of Referendum January 2007
  • 43. Thank You
  • 44. Exterior Site Work
    • Entry drive improvements
    • New student drop off areas
    • Playground are improvements
    • Parking lot improvements
    • South Entry road improvements
    • New staff parking area
    • Connector walkway improvements
    • Softball field drainage improvements and scoreboard
    • Soccer field drainage improvements
    • Redesign of bus drop off and entry walks
    • Track complex drainage improvements and track repair
    • Tennis court repairs and resurfacing
  • 45. Building Systems
    • Roof replacement on original building
    • Security control at entrances
    • Smoke partitions and doors in corridors
    • Energy management system for heating system
    • Replace bone boiler
    • Replace burners non remaining boilers
    • Replace water purification system
    • Replace well pump and water storage tanks
    • Add full building water softener system
    • Replace lighting with T-5 fixtures
    • Replace fire alarm system with fully addressable system
    • Replace clock system
    • Replace public address system
    • Replace electric motors
    • Replace Auditorium lighting control booth
  • 46. Space Reconfiguration
    • Information Commons (Library/Media)
    • Recapturing Classrooms from current Library Configuration
    • Consolidation of Administrative Offices at main entry
    • New boy's locker rooms in vacated district office and classroom area
    • New girl's locker rooms in current locker room area
    • New Instrumental Music Area in current locker room area
    • New practice rooms/changing rooms and stage storage in current band room
    • Exterior stair enclosure and handicapped lift
    • Exterior accessible toilets for athletic events
    • Modification and expansion of weight room

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