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SITE IMPROVEMENT PLANSITE IMPROVEMENT PLAN
Dr. Marilyn BrouetteDr. Marilyn Brouette
BRIONES SCHOOL
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A CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLANA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN
FOR BRIONES SCHOOLFOR BRIONES SCHOOL
Optimize an alternative educa...
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PURPOSE OF PLANPURPOSE OF PLAN
Implement a Technology Plan and InfrastructureImplement a Technology Plan and Infrastruct...
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IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS AND COSTSIMPROVEMENT PROJECTS AND COSTS
Modernize Career Technical Classrooms (Culinary)Modernize C...
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BRIONES ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION CENTER
Creating an alternative education center thatCreating an alternative education cent...
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FUNDING SOURCESFUNDING SOURCES
On November 2, 2010, approximately 66%On November 2, 2010, approximately 66%
of District ...
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Credit Rating & Bond InsuranceCredit Rating & Bond Insurance
Credit RatingCredit Rating
•• On March 25 District staff, C...
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M.U.S.D.: A Stellar Credit RatingM.U.S.D.: A Stellar Credit Rating
Because…Because…
Maintenance of strong general fund r...
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STAKEHOLDERS IN BOND PROCESSSTAKEHOLDERS IN BOND PROCESS
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STATE FUNDINGSTATE FUNDING
Since MUSD successfully navigated the saleSince MUSD successfully navigated the sale
of gene...
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ALL FUNDING SOURCESALL FUNDING SOURCES
Sources MillionsSources Millions
General Obligation BondGeneral Obligation Bond ...
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ENERGY MANAGEMENTENERGY MANAGEMENT
Cool roofs, energy management systems, waterCool roofs, energy management systems, w...
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IMPROVEMENT PROJECT STAKEHOLDERSIMPROVEMENT PROJECT STAKEHOLDERS
Martinez Citizens Bond Oversight CommitteeMartinez Cit...
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TIMELINETIMELINE
Phase I (2011-2013)
Modernize Performing Arts Building
Modern Career Technical Classrooms
(Culinary Ar...
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TIMELINETIMELINE
Phase II (2011-2023)
Ongoing Improvements
Implementing the District Technology Plan &
Infrastructure
F...
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SUMMER 2011 PROJECTS
Exterior Walkways
$700,000
Vaulted Roof
Interior Walkways
$480,000
Garden Areas
$260,000
Security ...
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EVALUATION OFEVALUATION OF
PROJECT/PROCESS/RESULTSPROJECT/PROCESS/RESULTS
√ Project was completed within budget with mi...
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Site Improvement Plan by Marilyn

  1. 1. 11 SITE IMPROVEMENT PLANSITE IMPROVEMENT PLAN Dr. Marilyn BrouetteDr. Marilyn Brouette BRIONES SCHOOL
  2. 2. 2 A CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLANA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN FOR BRIONES SCHOOLFOR BRIONES SCHOOL Optimize an alternative education facility toOptimize an alternative education facility to support student learning for the 21support student learning for the 21stst CenturyCentury Provide a technology infrastructure thatProvide a technology infrastructure that supports global learning opportunities andsupports global learning opportunities and communication for students and staffcommunication for students and staff Design a facility that supports staff efforts toDesign a facility that supports staff efforts to meet the diverse learning needs of studentsmeet the diverse learning needs of students
  3. 3. 3 PURPOSE OF PLANPURPOSE OF PLAN Implement a Technology Plan and InfrastructureImplement a Technology Plan and Infrastructure Provide safety and security improvements atProvide safety and security improvements at Briones School and Alternative Education CenterBriones School and Alternative Education Center Modernize career technical classroomsModernize career technical classrooms Fund deferred maintenance projectsFund deferred maintenance projects Provide energy efficiencyProvide energy efficiency Install photovoltaic systemsInstall photovoltaic systems
  4. 4. 4 IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS AND COSTSIMPROVEMENT PROJECTS AND COSTS Modernize Career Technical Classrooms (Culinary)Modernize Career Technical Classrooms (Culinary) $1.1 Million$1.1 Million Modernize Classrooms & Science LabsModernize Classrooms & Science Labs $3.5 Million$3.5 Million Provide Photovoltaic Systems & Energy EfficiencyProvide Photovoltaic Systems & Energy Efficiency $22.4 Million$22.4 Million Implement Technology Plan & InfrastructureImplement Technology Plan & Infrastructure $5.9 Million$5.9 Million Provide Safety & Security ImprovementsProvide Safety & Security Improvements $6.6 Million$6.6 Million Provide Improvements to Support FacilitiesProvide Improvements to Support Facilities $3.4 Million$3.4 Million Funding Deferred Maintenance ProjectsFunding Deferred Maintenance Projects $5.9 Million$5.9 Million Total: $52.9 MillionTotal: $52.9 Million
  5. 5. 5 BRIONES ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION CENTER Creating an alternative education center thatCreating an alternative education center that supports student learning for the 21supports student learning for the 21stst centurycentury Science Classrooms/Labs and Outdoor Environmental Laboratory Computer Labs Mobile Devices Check-out and Inventory Control Career Tech Classes and Culinary School Performing Arts Center Independent Study Center English and Social Science Classrooms – Smart Boards and Projectors Main Office Photovoltaic DevicesAquatic Center
  6. 6. 6 FUNDING SOURCESFUNDING SOURCES On November 2, 2010, approximately 66%On November 2, 2010, approximately 66% of District voters approved Measureof District voters approved Measure ““K”, authorizing $45 million in GeneralK”, authorizing $45 million in General Obligation (G.O.) bonds to finance variousObligation (G.O.) bonds to finance various facility improvementsfacility improvements Total Authorized Bonds $ 4 5,000,000.00Total Authorized Bonds $ 4 5,000,000.00 Series 2011 Bonds Sold $ 2 4,998,562.75Series 2011 Bonds Sold $ 2 4,998,562.75 Remaining Authorization $ 2 0,001,437.25Remaining Authorization $ 2 0,001,437.25 Est. Year of Next Bond Sale 2014Est. Year of Next Bond Sale 2014
  7. 7. 7 Credit Rating & Bond InsuranceCredit Rating & Bond Insurance Credit RatingCredit Rating •• On March 25 District staff, CFW and the bondOn March 25 District staff, CFW and the bond Underwriters met with Standard &Underwriters met with Standard & Poor’s (S&P) and Moody’s rating agencies to presentPoor’s (S&P) and Moody’s rating agencies to present on various credit factorson various credit factors •• The rating assessment resulted in an upgrade fromThe rating assessment resulted in an upgrade from S&P to “AA‐” and newS&P to “AA‐” and new Moody’s rating of “Aa3”Moody’s rating of “Aa3” •• The ratings reflect the District’s strong creditThe ratings reflect the District’s strong credit quality:quality:
  8. 8. 8 M.U.S.D.: A Stellar Credit RatingM.U.S.D.: A Stellar Credit Rating Because…Because… Maintenance of strong general fund reserves despiteMaintenance of strong general fund reserves despite the difficult state fundingthe difficult state funding EnvironmentEnvironment –– Participation in the greater Bay Area regionalParticipation in the greater Bay Area regional economyeconomy –– Low‐to‐moderate debt burden and strong incomeLow‐to‐moderate debt burden and strong income indicatorsindicators Bond Insurance – Not RequiredBond Insurance – Not Required •• Because of the strong District rating, the bondsBecause of the strong District rating, the bonds were sold without Bond Insurancewere sold without Bond Insurance
  9. 9. 9 STAKEHOLDERS IN BOND PROCESSSTAKEHOLDERS IN BOND PROCESS
  10. 10. 10 STATE FUNDINGSTATE FUNDING Since MUSD successfully navigated the saleSince MUSD successfully navigated the sale of general obligation funds, the districtof general obligation funds, the district qualified for five million dollars in matchingqualified for five million dollars in matching funds.funds.
  11. 11. 11 ALL FUNDING SOURCESALL FUNDING SOURCES Sources MillionsSources Millions General Obligation BondGeneral Obligation Bond $44.5$44.5 Fund 40Fund 40 $6.1$6.1 State AidState Aid $5.2$5.2 Est. Interest EarningsEst. Interest Earnings $1.6$1.6 TotalTotal $57.4$57.4
  12. 12. 12 ENERGY MANAGEMENTENERGY MANAGEMENT Cool roofs, energy management systems, waterCool roofs, energy management systems, water conservation, solar energy and weatherizationconservation, solar energy and weatherization projects will reduce energy costs. These cost savingsprojects will reduce energy costs. These cost savings will bring additional money to the general fund towill bring additional money to the general fund to support essential programs and to reduce the fiscalsupport essential programs and to reduce the fiscal impact of reduced state funding.impact of reduced state funding.
  13. 13. 13 IMPROVEMENT PROJECT STAKEHOLDERSIMPROVEMENT PROJECT STAKEHOLDERS Martinez Citizens Bond Oversight CommitteeMartinez Citizens Bond Oversight Committee Energy Management FacilitatorEnergy Management Facilitator Project ManagerProject Manager RGM Architecture FirmRGM Architecture Firm Local Construction FirmLocal Construction Firm District Maintenance WorkersDistrict Maintenance Workers School Board and City of Martinez Planning CommissionSchool Board and City of Martinez Planning Commission Superintendent and Academic CabinetSuperintendent and Academic Cabinet District Technology CommitteeDistrict Technology Committee Briones Principal and Site StaffBriones Principal and Site Staff
  14. 14. 14 TIMELINETIMELINE Phase I (2011-2013) Modernize Performing Arts Building Modern Career Technical Classrooms (Culinary Arts) Modernize Classrooms & Science Labs Provide Photovoltaic Systems & Energy Efficiency Provide Safety & Security Improvements (Walkways, Security Cameras, Retrofit) COST: $41.0 million
  15. 15. 15 TIMELINETIMELINE Phase II (2011-2023) Ongoing Improvements Implementing the District Technology Plan & Infrastructure Funding Deferred Maintenance Projects COST: $11.9 million
  16. 16. 16 SUMMER 2011 PROJECTS Exterior Walkways $700,000 Vaulted Roof Interior Walkways $480,000 Garden Areas $260,000 Security Cameras $180,000 Solar Panels $380,000 Total: 3.2 Million Science Labs 1.2 Million
  17. 17. 17 EVALUATION OFEVALUATION OF PROJECT/PROCESS/RESULTSPROJECT/PROCESS/RESULTS √ Project was completed within budget with minimal change orders √ Project was completed within the established timeline √ Project was designed to meet the needs of the school √ Timely submission of drawings and renderings when requested √ All stakeholders informed during project √ Project inspected for architectural accessibility, compliance with fire codes, technical services and local codes

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