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State Capitol Restoration

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The State of Idaho has successfully completed the comprehensive restoration and expansion of the state Capitol building. The division of public works presided over the $120 million project that contractors completed one day ahead of schedule and within the authorized budget.

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State Capitol Restoration

  1. 1. Idaho State Capitol Restoration 2007 through 2010 Andy Erstad, Chairman, Idaho Capitol Commission C.L. “Butch” Otter Governor Gary A. Daniel Commission Liaison
  2. 2. Idaho Capitol Restoration and Expansion Progress – Current Status Restoration $85 Million
  3. 3. Trade Contractors Moving Company's) State of Idaho Division of Public Works Jan Frew Joe Rutledge Move Management LKV Architects CSHQA Architects Lemley + 3D/I Statehouse Renovation L+3D/I project manager Garden Level Wings L+3D/I project manager ( Design Management ) D / B McAlvain Construction Hummel Architects Lemley + 3D/I Project Management Team Jack Lemley Ward Simpson Paul Brown, Rich Bauer Jim Mallon CSHQA Statehouse A / E Jeff Shneider John Maulin Additional Staff ( Project Management ) CM – At – Risk Jacobsen Hunt Approved by Capitol Commission 6-22-06 Updated 1-25-07 Shell TI L+3DI prepare RFP L+3DI prepare RFQ State of Idaho Department of Administration Idaho Capitol Commission Relocation Managers Kelly Schlieper – DPW Robyn Davis – LSO Commission Communications Gary Daniel Becky Henke Carole Schroder
  4. 4. Idaho Capitol Restoration and Expansion Progress – Primary Players: Lemley 3 D/I
  5. 5. Idaho Capitol Restoration and Expansion Progress – Primary Players: CSHQA
  6. 6. Idaho Capitol Restoration and Expansion Progress – Primary Players: McAlvain Construction
  7. 7. Idaho Capitol Restoration and Expansion Primary Players: Jacobson Hunt Joint Venture (JHJV)
  8. 8. Idaho Capitol Restoration and Expansion Progress – Current Status Lemley + 3 D / I Project Management Jacobson Hunt Joint Venture Construction Manager at Risk
  9. 9. WHY RESTORE IT? Idaho Capitol Restoration
  10. 10. Idaho Capitol Exterior Concrete deterioration Peeling paint
  11. 11. Idaho Capitol Exterior Biological growth Exfoliated granite
  12. 12. Idaho Capitol Interior Three types of marble House column with cracks
  13. 13. Idaho Capitol Interior Plaster elements above lay-in ceilings Decorative woodwork Autographed brick wall
  14. 14. Idaho Capitol Interior “ Found” location Abandoned cabling
  15. 15. Idaho Capitol Restoration and Expansion Progress – Priorities <ul><li>Safety </li></ul><ul><li>Beauty & Landscape </li></ul><ul><li>Structural Strength </li></ul><ul><li>Mechanical Systems </li></ul><ul><li>Electrical Systems </li></ul><ul><li>Security </li></ul>
  16. 16. Preservation, Restoration and Rehabilitation of the Idaho State Capitol Building Restore and Refinish Windows Repair Marble Flooring repair decorative plaster restore wood floors refinish wood doors and restore hardware replace/refurbish light fixtures upgrade electrical complete smoke and fire detection system install fire sprinkler system throughout improve exterior lighting add emergency power generator install new HVAC system replace sewer piping replace hot water system improve exiting from basement provide vertical circulation cores from the Legislative chambers level to the new garden-level wings safer access to roof domes add egress hardware provide accessible toilet rooms install accessible elevator (gurney size)
  17. 17. WHY EXPAND IT? Idaho Capitol Expansion
  18. 18. “ Packing 'em in” Idaho Capitol Expansion
  19. 19. “ Packing 'em in” Idaho Capitol Expansion
  20. 20. Idaho Capitol Expansion Expansion $35 Million Historic photo: The Pacific Coast Architect, July 1914 Capitol Expansion 1920 21 st Century
  21. 21. Preservation, Restoration and Rehabilitation of the Idaho State Capitol Building 1 st Garden Level Wings Addition Preservation, Restoration and Rehabilitation of the Idaho State Capitol Building
  22. 22. Idaho Capitol Expansion
  23. 24. Idaho Capitol Expansion
  24. 25. Idaho Capitol Expansion
  25. 26. Did Government Work around it? Idaho Capitol Expansion
  26. 27. Government Operations during Restoration and Expansion Idaho Capitol Restoration Governor Attorney General Lt Governor Secretary of State SENATE HOUSE
  27. 28. Idaho Capitol Restoration
  28. 29. Idaho Capitol Commission Andrew Erstad Boise Janet Gallimore Boise Evan Frasure Pocatello Stephen Hartgen Twin Falls Sandra Patano Coeur d’Alene Jeff Youtz Boise Dolores Crow Nampa Mike Gwartney, Secretary Boise
  29. 30. <ul><li>Mission…develop and implement </li></ul><ul><li>Master Plan </li></ul><ul><li>Restoration, refurbishment, preservation </li></ul><ul><li>Funding Program </li></ul>Idaho Capitol Commission
  30. 31. <ul><li>Vision…restore Capitol to original splendor </li></ul><ul><li>Maintain Capitol’s historical character </li></ul><ul><li>Preserve legacy for future generations </li></ul>Idaho Capitol Commission
  31. 32. Capitol License Plate Program Idaho Capitol Commission $80,710.00 FY2007  $65,710.00 FY2006  $49,050.00 FY2005  $36,570.00 FY2004  $29,585.00 FY2003  $6,095.00 FY2002  $76,220.00 FY2008  Total  $343,940.00
  32. 33. Visit us at www.capitolcommission.idaho.gov Idaho Capitol Commission Project Time-Lapse & Web Cam Virtual Tours License Plate Program
  33. 34. License Plate Program Visit us at www.capitolcommission.idaho.gov
  34. 35. Visit us at www.capitolcommission.idaho.gov Idaho Capitol Commission
  35. 40. Supplemental information
  36. 41. <ul><li>Recent History </li></ul><ul><li>Passage of HCR 47 </li></ul><ul><li>SB 1491 </li></ul><ul><li>ISBA State Building Revenue Bonds </li></ul><ul><li>$130 Million for Project </li></ul><ul><li>Governor’s Initiative </li></ul><ul><li>HB 218, HB 218 </li></ul><ul><li>Revised Capitol Master Plan </li></ul>
  37. 42. <ul><li>The Restoration, Preservation & Expansion Process must account for changes in cost factor each time the project advances </li></ul>Idaho Capitol Commission
  38. 43. Preservation, Restoration and Rehabilitation of the Idaho State Capitol Building Master Planning October 2006 Revision <ul><li>Definitions: </li></ul><ul><li>New – Construction of new, additional areas. (Added Garden Level Wings) </li></ul><ul><li>Preservation – Revitalized without significant modern elements being added. (Restore the Scagliola or Marble by cleaning and repairing) </li></ul><ul><li>Restoration – Revitalized by repairing or adding significant historic looking modern elements. (New plaster details and may include some preservation efforts.) </li></ul><ul><li>Rehabilitation – Construction of new finishes and structures within the existing Capitol Building. (Functional office spaces.) </li></ul><ul><li>In all areas some modern systems will be installed (Such as: paint, fire alarm, electrical, mechanical and fire suppression). </li></ul>

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