•The concession stand is not large enough or centrally located•Wood construction is a fire hazard•Plumbing not to code•Reu...
•Antiquated lockers and benches need replacing
•The high school does not have a passive restraint entry system•Visitors can enter the building without checking in, compr...
•Flooring in some classrooms and hallways is failing causing atripping hazard•Replacement tile will only take place in tar...
•Lack of clearance between ovens and employee traffic path•Multiple blind spots•Inadequate work space
•Bleachers are not wheel chair accessible•There are no handrails to assist spectators to their seats•There are no designat...
•Ceiling tiles are damaged from water                                      leaks•Pit has water infiltration due todamaged ...
•Waste water piping is                                                         deteriorating                              ...
•Security cameras are outdated and produce poor qualityimagery•Surveillance coverage does not currently include full visua...
•Emergency generator does not have the capacity to support alllife safety systems, such as: boilers, coolers, freezers,cir...
•Fire alarm pull stations are antiquated and orginal to thebuilding, circa 1949
•Fire alarm only shows the zone where alarm is active•New systems indicate the exact location of the alarm for alladminist...
•Water infiltration in the mechanical room is a safety hazard•The mechanical room houses electrical and mechanical systems...
•Old generator is reused from the High School and was installed in1998•Not large enough to run safety and health systems•T...
•Ontario Elementary School does not have a passive restraintentry system•Visitors can enter the building without checking ...
•Single pane windows are inefficient, drafty and allow water infiltration•Original to building, circa 1969
•Air intakes take the supply air off the hot roof
•Emergency generator does not have the capacity to support alllife safety systems, such as: boilers, coolers, freezers,cir...
•System was installed in 1992•Replacement parts are no longer available•Was cited on insurance inspection recommendation l...
•Boilers are original to the building, circa 1969•Rebuilt in 1987•The original burners are 73% efficient, new boilers will...
Old Pumps, Original 1969                                          New Variable Speed Pumps, 2005  •There are currently two...
•Runs the kitchen during warm months•At the end of its life•The boiler is not energy efficient
•Water main that runs under the parking lot is leaking causing extendedwater damage
•Slope of sanity sewer line in the basement is minimal, causingbackups
•East and north exits do not have sidewalks•Sidewalks are needed for fire alarm safety•Difficult to keep exit way cleared ...
•Original to building•Failing insulation•Requires a ramp to enter doorway with product
•Lockers are rusted and broken, and are no longer functional
•The existing serving lines are antiquated and need updating•The layout of the serving line is inefficient and causes traf...
•Original to building, circa 1969•Insulation failing•The unit is leaking water
•Equipment is original to building•Electric powered equipment is not as energy efficient as gas•Generator can not support ...
•Exits do not have sidewalks•Sidewalks are needed for fire alarm safety•Difficult to keep exit way cleared in winter
•System was installed in 1992•Replacement parts are no longer available•Was cited on insurance inspection recommendation l...
•Building brick repair
•Cracks in seams have created a tripping hazard
•Cited on all insurance inspections•Clothing clutters hallway creating an exit hazard
•Windows are inefficient, drafty and allow water infiltration
•Emergency generator needs to support all life safety systems,such as: boilers, coolers, freezers, circulating pumps, phon...
•Exits do not have sidewalks•Sidewalks are needed for fire alarm safety•Difficult to keep exit way cleared in winter
•Rest rooms are original to building•Tile and grout are damaged and permanently stained
•Replace roofs on 1992 additions (8 additions district wide) are out of warrantyand starting to deteriorate•Repair flashin...
•Clock systems are original to buildings and no longer keepaccurate time
•The driveway between the middle school and high school do notaccommodate all of the buses
•Freezers located in the Middle School basement house all of thedistrict’s commodities•Freezers are no longer air tight or...
•Current public address systems were installed in 1992•Replacement parts are no longer available•System is antiquated
•Water heaters are reaching the end of their service life
•Driveways and roads are cracked and weather worn
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Facilities preservation
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Facilities preservation

  1. 1. •The concession stand is not large enough or centrally located•Wood construction is a fire hazard•Plumbing not to code•Reuse cooking equipment•Does not have wash rooms
  2. 2. •Antiquated lockers and benches need replacing
  3. 3. •The high school does not have a passive restraint entry system•Visitors can enter the building without checking in, compromisingthe safety of our students
  4. 4. •Flooring in some classrooms and hallways is failing causing atripping hazard•Replacement tile will only take place in targeted areas
  5. 5. •Lack of clearance between ovens and employee traffic path•Multiple blind spots•Inadequate work space
  6. 6. •Bleachers are not wheel chair accessible•There are no handrails to assist spectators to their seats•There are no designated aisles for entering or exiting the bleachers•Frames are bent and parts are no longer available
  7. 7. •Ceiling tiles are damaged from water leaks•Pit has water infiltration due todamaged or poorly sloped foundation
  8. 8. •Waste water piping is deteriorating •Steam and condensate piping is deteriorating•Supply water piping is deteriorating •Partially buried lines are corroding •Piping is extremely difficult to repair •Damage is causing rust stained water •Piping is original to building
  9. 9. •Security cameras are outdated and produce poor qualityimagery•Surveillance coverage does not currently include full visualcoverage
  10. 10. •Emergency generator does not have the capacity to support alllife safety systems, such as: boilers, coolers, freezers,circulating pumps, phone and public address systems•Building serves as a Red Cross Disaster Center
  11. 11. •Fire alarm pull stations are antiquated and orginal to thebuilding, circa 1949
  12. 12. •Fire alarm only shows the zone where alarm is active•New systems indicate the exact location of the alarm for alladministrators and firefighters to respond to accordingly andmore efficiently
  13. 13. •Water infiltration in the mechanical room is a safety hazard•The mechanical room houses electrical and mechanical systemsfor the entire building
  14. 14. •Old generator is reused from the High School and was installed in1998•Not large enough to run safety and health systems•The generator is currently located inside the building
  15. 15. •Ontario Elementary School does not have a passive restraintentry system•Visitors can enter the building without checking in, compromisingthe safety of our students
  16. 16. •Single pane windows are inefficient, drafty and allow water infiltration•Original to building, circa 1969
  17. 17. •Air intakes take the supply air off the hot roof
  18. 18. •Emergency generator does not have the capacity to support alllife safety systems, such as: boilers, coolers, freezers,circulating pumps, phone and public address systems•The generator is original to the building, circa 1969•Building serves as a Red Cross Disaster Center
  19. 19. •System was installed in 1992•Replacement parts are no longer available•Was cited on insurance inspection recommendation list
  20. 20. •Boilers are original to the building, circa 1969•Rebuilt in 1987•The original burners are 73% efficient, new boilers will be 95%efficient
  21. 21. Old Pumps, Original 1969 New Variable Speed Pumps, 2005 •There are currently two types of pumps that work with heating system •Old pumps are original to the building and are not as efficient as the replacement variable pumps
  22. 22. •Runs the kitchen during warm months•At the end of its life•The boiler is not energy efficient
  23. 23. •Water main that runs under the parking lot is leaking causing extendedwater damage
  24. 24. •Slope of sanity sewer line in the basement is minimal, causingbackups
  25. 25. •East and north exits do not have sidewalks•Sidewalks are needed for fire alarm safety•Difficult to keep exit way cleared in winter
  26. 26. •Original to building•Failing insulation•Requires a ramp to enter doorway with product
  27. 27. •Lockers are rusted and broken, and are no longer functional
  28. 28. •The existing serving lines are antiquated and need updating•The layout of the serving line is inefficient and causes trafficflow issues
  29. 29. •Original to building, circa 1969•Insulation failing•The unit is leaking water
  30. 30. •Equipment is original to building•Electric powered equipment is not as energy efficient as gas•Generator can not support the equipment
  31. 31. •Exits do not have sidewalks•Sidewalks are needed for fire alarm safety•Difficult to keep exit way cleared in winter
  32. 32. •System was installed in 1992•Replacement parts are no longer available•Was cited on insurance inspection recommendation list
  33. 33. •Building brick repair
  34. 34. •Cracks in seams have created a tripping hazard
  35. 35. •Cited on all insurance inspections•Clothing clutters hallway creating an exit hazard
  36. 36. •Windows are inefficient, drafty and allow water infiltration
  37. 37. •Emergency generator needs to support all life safety systems,such as: boilers, coolers, freezers, circulating pumps, phoneand public address systems
  38. 38. •Exits do not have sidewalks•Sidewalks are needed for fire alarm safety•Difficult to keep exit way cleared in winter
  39. 39. •Rest rooms are original to building•Tile and grout are damaged and permanently stained
  40. 40. •Replace roofs on 1992 additions (8 additions district wide) are out of warrantyand starting to deteriorate•Repair flashings where needed
  41. 41. •Clock systems are original to buildings and no longer keepaccurate time
  42. 42. •The driveway between the middle school and high school do notaccommodate all of the buses
  43. 43. •Freezers located in the Middle School basement house all of thedistrict’s commodities•Freezers are no longer air tight or energy efficient
  44. 44. •Current public address systems were installed in 1992•Replacement parts are no longer available•System is antiquated
  45. 45. •Water heaters are reaching the end of their service life
  46. 46. •Driveways and roads are cracked and weather worn
  47. 47. www.wayne.k12.ny.us

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