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Building Information - Forest Hills Local SD (47340) - Maddux Elem

Program Type Setting Assessment Name Assessment Date Cost Set: Building Name Building IRN Building Address Building City Building Zipcode Building Phone Acreage Current Grades: Teaching Stations Number of Floors Student Capacity Current Enrollment Enrollment Date

Expedited Local Partnership Program (ELPP) Suburban Maddux Elementary School (21949) FINAL 2013-08-22 2013 Maddux Elem 21949 943 Rosetree Lane Cincinnati 45230 513-231-0780 20.00 K-6 35 2 417 615 2013-08-20

Enrollment Date is the date in which the current enrollment was taken. Number of Classrooms Historical Register Buildings Principal Building Type 28 NO Mr. Stephen Troehler Elementary/Middle Next Page

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GENERAL DESCRIPTION 61,662 Total Existing Square Footage 1966,1993 Building Dates K-6 Grades 615 Current Enrollment 35 Teaching Stations 20.00 Site Acreage Maddux Elementary School, which is not on the National Register of Historic Buildings, and originally constructed in 1966, is a 2 story, 61,662 square foot brick school building located in a suburban residential setting. The existing facility features a conventionally partitioned design, and does utilize one modular building. The structure of the overall facility contains a steel frame with brick veneer on a non-load bearing masonry type exterior wall construction, with concrete masonry units, brick, glazed block, metal stud framed partitions with gypsum board, wood framed partitions with wood paneling and operable partition type wall construction in the interior. The base floor system of the overall facility is concrete slab on grade type construction. The floor system of the first floor located under the Gymnasium consists of precast concrete planks with concrete topping type construction. The roof structure of the overall facility, except for over the Gymnasium, is metal form deck on steel joist type construction. The roof structure over the Gymnasium is tectum deck on steel joist type construction. The roofing system over the 1966 Original Construction is a fully adhered EPDM membrane roof that was installed in phases in 1987, 1992, and 1997. The roofing system over the 1993 Addition is a modified asphalt built-up roof with gravel wear coat that was installed in 1993. The ventilation system of the building is inadequate to meet the needs of the users. The Classrooms are inadequately sized in terms of the current standards established by the State of Ohio. Physical Education and Student Dining spaces consist of one Gymnasium and separate Student Dining. The electrical system for the facility is inadequate. The facility is equipped with a non-compliant security system. The building has a compliant manual and automatic fire alarm system. The facility is not equipped with an automated fire suppression system. The building is reported to contain asbestos and other hazardous materials. The overall building is not compliant with ADA accessibility requirements. The school is located on a 20 acre site adjacent to residential properties. The property and playgrounds are partially fenced for security. Access onto the site is unrestricted. Site circulation is fair. There is dedicated space for school buses to load and unload on the site. Parking for staff, visitors and community events is adequate. According to reports from the District, the building was originally designed to have the front facing northwest. The building entry is currently oriented from the southeast.

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Year Handicapped Access Floors Square Feet 2 1 57,257 4,405

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Building Component Information - Forest Hills Local SD (47340) - Maddux Elem (21949)

Addition Original Construction (1966) Classroom Addition (1993) Total

Auditorium Agricultural Primary Media Vocational Student Indoor Adult Board Outside Auxiliary Fixed Corridors Education Kitchen Natatorium Gymnasium Center Space Dining Tracks Education Offices Agencies Gymnasium Seating Lab 8128 448 0 8,576 0 3,239 1,209 0 2,398 1,386 0 0 0 0 0 0 3239 1209 2398 1386

Master Planning Considerations

There are no readily evident site conditions that might significantly affect master planning. An outdoor Classroom is provided on the northwest side of the building, with a covered shelter and metal site furniture. Previous Page Next Page

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Existing CT Programs for Assessment


Next Page Previous Page Program Type Program Name Related Space Square Feet No Records Found Legend: Not in current design manual In current design manual but missing from assessment

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Building Summary - Maddux Elem (21949)


District: Name: Forest Hills Local SD Maddux Elem Cincinnati,OH 45230 Bldg. IRN: 21949 Current Grades Proposed Grades Current Enrollment Projected Enrollment Addition K-6 N/A 615 N/A Acreage: Teaching Stations: Classrooms: County: Contact: Phone: Hamilton Mr. Stephen Troehler 513-231-0780 By: By: Julie Apt Julie Apt Area: Southwestern Ohio (1)

Address: 943 Rosetree Lane

Date Prepared: 2013-08-22 Date Revised: 2013-10-29 20.00 35 28 Cover Sheet Section

CEFPI Appraisal Summary Points Possible Points Earned Percentage Rating Category 100 200 100 200 200 200 1000 82 133 68 145 117 124 669 82% 67% 68% 73% 59% 62% 67% Satisfactory Borderline Borderline Satisfactory Borderline Borderline Borderline

Date HA Number of Floors Current Square Feet 1.0 The School Site Original Construction 1966 no 2 57,257 2.0 Structural and Mechanical Features Classroom Addition 1993 yes 1 4,405 3.0 Plant Maintainability Total *HA *Rating = Handicapped Access =1 Satisfactory =2 Needs Repair =3 Needs Replacement *Const P/S = Present/Scheduled Construction FACILITY ASSESSMENT Cost Set: 2013 A. Heating System B. Roofing C. Ventilation / Air Conditioning D. Electrical Systems E. Plumbing and Fixtures F. Windows G. Structure: Foundation H. Structure: Walls and Chimneys I. Structure: Floors and Roofs J. General Finishes K. Interior Lighting L. Security Systems M. Emergency/Egress Lighting N. Fire Alarm O. Handicapped Access P. Site Condition Q. Sewage System R. Water Supply S. Exterior Doors T. Hazardous Material U. Life Safety V. Loose Furnishings W. Technology X. Construction Contingency / Non-Construction Cost Rating 3 3 2 3 2 2 2 2 1 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 1 1 3 3 3 3 3 61,662 4.0 Building Safety and Security 5.0 Educational Adequacy 6.0 Environment for Education LEED Observations Commentary Total

Dollar Enhanced Environmental Hazards Assessment Cost Estimates Assessment C $2,103,907.44 - C=Under Contract $439,820.71 98.14% $35,831.00 - Renovation Cost Factor $10,163,467.08 $1,000,774.26 - Cost to Renovate (Cost Factor applied) $85,400.00 - The Replacement Cost Per SF and the Renovate/Replace ratio are only provided when this summary is $32,889.00 - requested from a Master Plan. $33,897.50 $194,995.25 $0.00 $1,700,220.98 $308,310.00 $144,905.70 $61,662.00 $4,000.00 $339,412.40 $536,237.40 $0.00 $0.00 $22,500.00 $83,326.70 $310,518.40 $184,986.00 $699,209.56 $2,033,286.06 $10,356,090.36 Previous Page

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Original Construction (1966) Summary


District: Name: Forest Hills Local SD Maddux Elem Cincinnati,OH 45230 Bldg. IRN: 21949 Current Grades Proposed Grades Current Enrollment Projected Enrollment Addition K-6 N/A 615 N/A Acreage: Teaching Stations: Classrooms: County: Contact: Phone: Hamilton Mr. Stephen Troehler 513-231-0780 By: By: Julie Apt Julie Apt Area: Southwestern Ohio (1)

Address: 943 Rosetree Lane

Date Prepared: 2013-08-22 Date Revised: 2013-10-29 20.00 35 28 Cover Sheet Section

CEFPI Appraisal Summary Points Possible Points Earned Percentage Rating Category 100 200 100 200 200 200 1000 82 133 68 145 117 124 669 82% 67% 68% 73% 59% 62% 67% Satisfactory Borderline Borderline Satisfactory Borderline Borderline Borderline

Date HA Number of Floors Current Square Feet 1.0 The School Site Original Construction 1966 no 2 57,257 2.0 Structural and Mechanical Features Classroom Addition 1993 yes 1 4,405 3.0 Plant Maintainability Total *HA *Rating = Handicapped Access =1 Satisfactory =2 Needs Repair =3 Needs Replacement *Const P/S = Present/Scheduled Construction FACILITY ASSESSMENT Cost Set: 2013 A. Heating System B. Roofing C. Ventilation / Air Conditioning D. Electrical Systems E. Plumbing and Fixtures F. Windows G. Structure: Foundation H. Structure: Walls and Chimneys I. Structure: Floors and Roofs J. General Finishes K. Interior Lighting L. Security Systems M. Emergency/Egress Lighting N. Fire Alarm O. Handicapped Access P. Site Condition Q. Sewage System R. Water Supply S. Exterior Doors T. Hazardous Material U. Life Safety V. Loose Furnishings W. Technology X. Construction Contingency / Non-Construction Cost Rating 3 3 2 3 2 2 2 2 1 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 1 1 3 3 3 3 3 61,662 4.0 Building Safety and Security 5.0 Educational Adequacy 6.0 Environment for Education LEED Observations Commentary Total

Dollar Enhanced Environmental Hazards Assessment Cost Estimates Assessment C $1,953,608.84 - C=Under Contract $406,881.30 98.14% $33,628.50 - Renovation Cost Factor $9,486,984.30 $929,281.11 - Cost to Renovate (Cost Factor applied) $85,400.00 - The Replacement Cost Per SF and the Renovate/Replace ratio are only provided when this summary is $27,151.00 - requested from a Master Plan. $28,560.00 $168,904.25 $0.00 $1,596,101.30 $286,285.00 $134,553.95 $57,257.00 $4,000.00 $338,531.40 $503,457.29 $0.00 $0.00 $14,500.00 $83,282.60 $296,422.40 $171,771.00 $649,259.53 $1,897,950.06 $9,666,786.53

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Classroom Addition (1993) Summary


District: Name: Forest Hills Local SD Maddux Elem Cincinnati,OH 45230 Bldg. IRN: 21949 Current Grades Proposed Grades Current Enrollment Projected Enrollment Addition K-6 N/A 615 N/A Acreage: Teaching Stations: Classrooms: County: Contact: Phone: Hamilton Mr. Stephen Troehler 513-231-0780 By: By: Julie Apt Julie Apt Area: Southwestern Ohio (1)

Address: 943 Rosetree Lane

Date Prepared: 2013-08-22 Date Revised: 2013-10-29 20.00 35 28 Cover Sheet Section

CEFPI Appraisal Summary Points Possible Points Earned Percentage Rating Category 100 200 100 200 200 200 1000 82 133 68 145 117 124 669 82% 67% 68% 73% 59% 62% 67% Satisfactory Borderline Borderline Satisfactory Borderline Borderline Borderline

Date HA Number of Floors Current Square Feet 1.0 The School Site Original Construction 1966 no 2 57,257 2.0 Structural and Mechanical Features Classroom Addition 1993 yes 1 4,405 3.0 Plant Maintainability Total *HA *Rating = Handicapped Access =1 Satisfactory =2 Needs Repair =3 Needs Replacement *Const P/S = Present/Scheduled Construction FACILITY ASSESSMENT Cost Set: 2013 A. Heating System B. Roofing C. Ventilation / Air Conditioning D. Electrical Systems E. Plumbing and Fixtures F. Windows G. Structure: Foundation H. Structure: Walls and Chimneys I. Structure: Floors and Roofs J. General Finishes K. Interior Lighting L. Security Systems M. Emergency/Egress Lighting N. Fire Alarm O. Handicapped Access P. Site Condition Q. Sewage System R. Water Supply S. Exterior Doors T. Hazardous Material U. Life Safety V. Loose Furnishings W. Technology X. Construction Contingency / Non-Construction Cost Rating 3 3 2 3 2 2 2 2 1 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 1 1 3 3 3 3 3 61,662 4.0 Building Safety and Security 5.0 Educational Adequacy 6.0 Environment for Education LEED Observations Commentary Total

Dollar Enhanced Environmental Hazards Assessment Cost Estimates Assessment C $150,298.60 - C=Under Contract $32,939.41 98.14% $2,202.50 - Renovation Cost Factor $676,482.78 $71,493.15 - Cost to Renovate (Cost Factor applied) $0.00 - The Replacement Cost Per SF and the Renovate/Replace ratio are only provided when this summary is $5,738.00 - requested from a Master Plan. $5,337.50 $26,091.00 $0.00 $104,119.68 $22,025.00 $10,351.75 $4,405.00 $0.00 $881.00 $32,780.11 $0.00 $0.00 $8,000.00 $44.10 $14,096.00 $13,215.00 $49,950.03 $135,336.00 $689,303.83

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A. Heating System
Description:
The existing system for the 1966 Original Construction is a natural gas fired heated water boiler type system, installed in 1966, and is in fair condition. The existing system in the 1993 Addition is an extension of the 1966 Original Construction. The overall facility is a 2-pipe heating only type system, without a capacity for cooling operation, which is not compliant with the OSDM requirements for basic system type. The two (2) flexible watertube boilers, manufactured by Cleaver-Brooks, were installed in 1998 and are in fair condition. Heating water is distributed to terminal units consisting of unit ventilators, cabinet heaters, unit heaters, and air handlers. The terminal equipment is original to each addition and is in fair condition. The system does not appear to comply with the 15 CFM per person fresh air requirements of the Ohio Building Code mechanical code and Ohio School Design Manual. The pneumatic and electric type system temperature controls are original to each addition and are in fair to poor condition. The system does not feature individual temperature controls in all spaces required by the OSDM. The overall system does not feature any central energy recovery systems. The facility is equipped throughout with louvered interior doors to facilitate Corridor utilization as return air plenums. See Items J and O for replacement of doors. The existing system in the Gymnasium of the 1966 Original Construction is ducted, but the ductwork cannot be integrated into a possible future system due to arrangement, air volume, and routing of existing ductwork. The existing systems in the remainder of the 1966 Original Construction and in the 1993 Addition are not ducted, and floor to structural deck heights will accommodate the installation of properly sized ductwork for a future Ohio School Design Manual approved system. The overall heating system is evaluated as not being in safe and efficient working order, and long term life expectancy of the existing system is not anticipated. The structure is not equipped with central air conditioning. The site does not contain underground fuel tanks. 3 Needs Replacement Provide new overall heating, ventilating, and air conditioning system to achieve compliance with Ohio Building Code and Ohio School Design Manual standards. Replace existing ductwork in the Gymnasium of the 1966 Original Construction to facilitate efficient exchange of conditioned air. Convert the remainder of the 1966 Original Construction and the 1993 Addition to ducted systems to facilitate efficient exchange of conditioned air. Unit Whole Building Original Classroom Construction (1966) Addition (1993) 57,257 ft! 4,405 ft! Required Required Required Required Sum Comments

Rating: Recommendations:

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Cost

HVAC System $26.12sq.ft. Replacement: Convert To Ducted $8.00sq.ft. System Sum:

$1,610,611.44(includes demo of existing system and reconfiguration of piping layout and new controls, air conditioning) $493,296.00(includes cost for vert. & horz. chases, cut openings, soffits, etc. Must be used in addition to HVAC System Replacement if the existing HVAC system is non-ducted)

$2,103,907.44 $1,953,608.84

$150,298.60

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Heating Water Unit Heaters

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B. Roofing
Description:
The roof over the 1966 Original Construction is a fully adhered EPDM Carlisle membrane system that was installed in phases in 1987, 1992, and 1997, and is in good condition. The roof over the 1993 Addition is a modified asphalt built-up system with gravel wear coat that was installed in 1993, and is in fair condition. There are no District reports of current leaking. No signs of past leaking were observed during the physical assessment. Access to the roof was gained by an extension ladder. Fall safety protection cages are not required and are not provided. There were observations of standing water on the roof. Metal cap flashings and copings are in good condition. Roof storm drainage is addressed through a system of roof drains, which are properly located, and in good to fair condition. The roof is not equipped with overflow roof drains, except over the 1993 Addition, though they are not required on this building. No problems requiring attention were encountered with any roof penetrations. There are no covered walkways attached to this structure. 3 Needs Replacement The roof over the overall facility requires replacement to meet Ohio School Design Manual guidelines for age of system. New flashing is included in roof replacement. Provide new roof access hatch in the Loading Dock area to facilitate access to all levels of low slope roof surfaces. Provide tapered Insulation to facilitate positive drainage to the roof drains. Cost Unit Whole Building Original Construction (1966) 57,257 ft! 48,190 Required 1,000 Required 1 Required $439,820.71 $406,881.30 $32,939.41 Classroom Addition (1993) 4,405 ft! 3,983 Required Sum Comments

Rating: Recommendations:

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Membrane (all types): Roof Insulation: Roof Access, Ladder & Fall Protection Cage: Sum:

$8.27sq.ft. (Qty) $4.50sq.ft. (Qty) $3,850.00each

$431,470.71(unless under 10,000 sq.ft.) $4,500.00(tapered insulation for limited area use to correct ponding) $3,850.00(provide when no roof access currently exists)

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Typical Roof Over the 1993 Addition

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C. Ventilation / Air Conditioning


Description:
The overall facility is not equipped with a central air conditioning system. The facility is not equipped with any window units. Isolated room systems consisting of multiple ducted split HVAC units (with the condensing units located on the roof) are provided throughout the 1966 Original Construction and 1993 Addition, including the Art and Music Rooms, Lab, and Administrative Offices locations. The system is original to each addition, with incremental upgrades, and is in fair condition. A Mitsubishi ductless split AC system is provided to a single Classroom location. The ventilation system in the overall facility consists of unit ventilators and air handlers, original to each addition and in fair to poor condition, providing fresh air to Classrooms, and air handlers, installed in 1966 and in fair to poor condition, providing fresh air to other miscellaneous spaces, such as Gymnasiums, Student Dining, and Media Center. Relief air venting is provided by louvered interior doors, air handlers, central relief fans, and ducted roof top HVAC units. The ventilation system does not appear to meet the Ohio Building Code 15 CFM per occupant fresh air requirement. The overall system is not compliant with Ohio Building Code and Ohio School Design Manual requirements. Dust collection systems are not required in this facility. The Art program is equipped with a kiln, and existing kiln ventilation is inadequate. General building exhaust systems for Restrooms, Storage Rooms, Art Rooms, and Custodial Closets are inadequately placed, and in fair condition. 2 Needs Repair Provide an air conditioning system to meet with Ohio Building Code and Ohio School Design Manual requirements. Pricing included in Item A. Replace general building exhaust systems in the overall facility due to age and condition. Replace the existing kiln ventilation system to support the Art program. Cost Unit Whole Building Original Construction (1966) 57,257 ft! 1 Required Required $33,628.50 Classroom Addition Sum Comments (1993) 4,405 ft! $5,000.00 Required $30,831.00Replace general building exhaust systems in the overall facility due to age and condition. $2,202.50

Rating: Recommendations:

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Kiln Exhaust System: Other: General Building Exhaust System Sum:

$5,000.00each $0.50sq.ft. $35,831.00

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Unit Ventilators

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D. Electrical Systems
Description:
The electrical system provided to the 1966 Original Construction is a 120/208 volts, 1,600 amp, 3 phase, 4 wire system installed in 1966, and is in fair condition. The system in the 1993 Addition is an extension of that found in the 1966 Original Construction. Power is provided to the school by a single utility owned, pad-mounted transformer located outside the Mechanical Room, and in fair condition. The panel system, installed in 1966, with upgrades in 1993, is in fair condition, but cannot be expanded to add additional capacity. The Classrooms are not equipped with adequate electrical outlets. The typical Classroom contains five (5) general purpose outlets, zero (0) dedicated outlets for each Classroom computer, and zero (0) dedicated outlets for each Classroom television. Some Classrooms are equipped with as many as six (6) general purpose outlets, while others are equipped with as few as three (3) general purpose outlets. There are not any spaces that have no electrical outlets. The Corridors are equipped with adequate electrical outlets for servicing. Adequate GFI protected exterior outlets are not provided around the perimeter of the building. The facility is not equipped with an emergency generator. Adequate lightning protection safeguards are not provided. Stage lighting power system including control panel, breakers, and dimmers is inadequately provided, in fair condition and does not meet OSDM requirements. The overall electrical system does not meet Ohio School Design Manual requirements in supporting the current needs of the school, and will be inadequate to meet the facilitys future needs. 3 Needs Replacement The entire electrical system requires replacement to meet Ohio School Design Manual guidelines due to condition and age, lack of OSDM-required features, and to accommodate the addition of an air conditioning system. Provide an emergency generator, with funding included in the electrical system replacement. Provide adequate lightning protection safeguards in the overall facility, including associated grounding system, with funding included in the electrical system replacement. Provide control panel, dimmers, and breakers to support the Stage lighting system. Original Construction (1966) 57,257 ft! Required Classroom Sum Addition (1993) 4,405 ft! Required Comments

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Cost

Unit Whole Building

System Replacement: Sum:

$16.23sq.ft.

$1,000,774.26(Includes demo of existing system. Includes generator for life safety systems. Does not include telephone or data or equipment) (Use items below ONLY when the entire system is NOT being replaced)

$1,000,774.26 $929,281.11

$71,493.15

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Pad Mounted Transformer

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E. Plumbing and Fixtures


Description:
The service entrance is equipped with a reduced pressure back flow preventer in fair condition. A water treatment system is provided and is in good condition, though none is needed. The domestic water supply piping in the overall facility is copper, is original to each addition, and is in good condition. The waste piping in the overall facility is cast iron, is original to each addition, and is in good condition. The facility is equipped with two State Industries 100 gallon gas water heaters, installed in 2007, and are in good condition. The school contains 1 Large Group Restroom for boys, 1 Large Group Restroom for girls, no Locker Room Restrooms for boys, no Locker Room Restrooms for girls, 2 Restrooms associated with specialty Classrooms, and 3 Restrooms for staff. Boys Large Group Restroom contains 1 ADA and 1 non-ADA wall mounted flush valve toilets, no ADA and 7 non-ADA wall mounted flush valve urinals, as well as no ADA and 5 non-ADA wall mounted lavatories. Girls Large Group Restroom contains 1 ADA and 6 non-ADA wall mounted flush valve toilets, as well as no ADA and 5 non-ADA wall mounted lavatories. No Locker Room Restrooms are provided in this facility. Staff Restrooms contain 2 ADA and 1 non-ADA wall mounted flush valve toilet, no urinals, as well as 2 ADA and 1 non-ADA wall mounted lavatories. Condition of fixtures is good. The facility is equipped with no wall mounted drinking fountains, but has 4 ADA and no non-ADA electric water coolers, in fair condition. The 25 Elementary Classrooms are equipped with no ADA and 25 non-ADA sink mounted type drinking fountains, in good to fair condition. Special Education Classroom is equipped with the required Restroom facilities. Kitchen is not equipped with the required Restroom. Heath Clinic is equipped with the required Restroom, and fixtures are in good condition. Kindergarten Classrooms are equipped with Restroom facilities, and fixtures are in good condition. Kitchen fixtures consist of 2 single compartment sinks, 1 triple compartment sink, 1 dishwasher, 1 disposal, 1 garbage washer, and 1 pot filler, which are in good condition. The Kitchen is not equipped with a grease interceptor. The Kitchen is provided the required 140 degree hot water supply via a booster type water heater, which is in good condition. The school meets the OBC requirements for fixtures. Relative to LEED requirements, the school is not equipped with low flow type fixtures. Per OBC and OSDM requirements this facility should be equipped with 12 toilets, 4 urinals, 14 lavatories, 27 Classroom sink mounted drinking fountains, and 7 electric water coolers. Observations revealed that the school is currently equipped with 18 toilets, 7 urinals, 24 lavatories, 25 Classroom lavatories with sink mounted drinking fountains, and 4 ADA electric water coolers. ADA requirements are not met for fixtures and drinking fountains (see Item O). Custodial Closets are properly located and are adequately provided with required service sinks or floor drain sinks, which are in good to fair condition. Science Classrooms / Project Laboratories are equipped with required gas connection, but not equipped with required utility sink, compressed air connections, and safety shower / eyewash. Due to existing grade configuration, no Biology or Chemistry Classroom acid waste systems are required. Adequate exterior wall hydrants are provided. 2 Needs Repair To facilitate the schools compliance with OBC and OSFC fixture requirements, provide 3 new electric water coolers and 1 new grease interceptor for the Kitchen. Due to age, condition, LEED, and OSFC requirements, provide 7 new electric water coolers and 77 new low flow flush valves and faucets. See Item O for replacement of fixtures related to ADA requirements. Provide the Science Classroom with the required utility sink, compressed air connection, and safety shower / eyewash station. Kitchen and Locker Room Restrooms and Showers corrected in Item O. Cost Unit Whole Building Original Construction Classroom Addition Sum Comments (1966) (1993) 57,257 ft! 4,405 ft! 7 Required $21,000.00(double ADA) 77 Required $38,500.00(average cost to remove/replace) 1 Required $2,500.00 1 Required 1 Required 1 Required $85,400.00 $85,400.00 $0.00 $2,400.00 $15,000.00 $6,000.00

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Electric water cooler: Replace faucets and flush valves HIGH BAY/INDUSTRIAL SPACE - LAB TYPES 5,6,7 - Safety Shower/Eyewash - New Installation HIGH BAY/INDUSTRIAL SPACE - LAB TYPES 5,6,7 - Utility Sink HIGH BAY/INDUSTRIAL SPACE - LAB TYPES 5,6,7 Compressed Air Connections HIGH BAY/INDUSTRIAL SPACE - LAB TYPES 5,6,7 - Grease Trap or Oil Interceptor Sum:

$3,000.00unit $500.00per unit $2,500.00each $2,400.00unit $15,000.00per system $6,000.00each

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F. Windows
Description:
The overall facility is equipped with thermally broken aluminum frame windows with double glazed insulated glazing type window system, which was installed in 2002, and is in good condition. The window system features operable windows throughout the building, and operable windows are equipped with opening limiters in good condition and insect screens in good to fair condition. Window system seals are in good condition, with no air and water infiltration being experienced. Window system hardware is in good condition. The window system features surface mounted shades and blinds, which are in good to fair condition. This facility is not equipped with any curtain wall systems. This facility does not feature any glass block windows. The exterior doors in the 1966 Original Construction are equipped with thermally broken aluminum and hollow metal frame sidelights and transoms with tempered single pane and double glazed insulated glazing, in good to fair condition. Exterior door vision panels in the 1966 Original Construction are tempered single pane and double glazed insulated glazing, in good to fair condition. The exterior doors in the 1993 Addition are equipped with hollow metal frame transoms with insulated metal panels, in good to fair condition. Exterior door vision panels in the 1993 Addition are tempered double glazed insulated glazing. The school does not contain skylights. The school does not contain clerestories. Interior glass is not OSDM-compliant due to non-compliance with current Ohio Building Codes. Window security grilles are not provided for ground floor windows. There is not a Greenhouse associated with this school. 2 Needs Repair Replace window transoms and sidelights at exterior doors of the overall facility. Replace single pane vision panels at exterior doors as required in the 1966 Original Construction. Replace surface mounted blinds and shades in the overall facility. Replace damaged or missing insect screens as required in the overall facility. Replace non-compliant interior glazing. Cost Unit Whole Building Original Construction (1966) 57,257 ft! 486 Required 159 Required 121 Required Classroom Sum Addition (1993) 4,405 ft! 90 Required 14 Required 63 Required Comments

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Other: Replace Damaged $8.00sq.ft. Insect Screens (Qty) Other: Replace Interior $25.00sq.ft. Glazing (Qty) Other: Replace Single $28.00sq.ft. Glazed Transoms and (Qty) Sidelights Other: Replace Single Pane $28.00sq.ft. Exterior Door Vision Panels (Qty) Other: Replace Surface $8.00sq.ft. Mounted Blinds and Shades (Qty) Sum:

$4,608.00Replace damaged or missing insect screens as required in the overall facility. $4,325.00Replace non-compliant interior glazing. $5,152.00Replace window transoms and sidelights at exterior doors of the overall facility. $364.00Replace single pane vision panels at exterior doors as required in the 1966 Original Construction. Replace surface mounted blinds and shades in the overall facility. $18,440.00Replace surface mounted blinds and shades.

13 Required

1,942 Required $32,889.00 $27,151.00

363 Required $5,738.00

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Typical Classroom Windows

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G. Structure: Foundation
Description:
The overall facility is equipped with concrete grade beam foundation walls on concrete caissons, which displayed no current locations of significant differential settlement, cracking, or leaking, and are in good to fair condition. The District reported that past settlement issues at two exterior wall locations in the east Classroom wing have been addressed and no new issues have occurred. Areas of minor cracking and spalling were observed through the overall facility. The District reports that there has been no past leaking. Minor grading or site drainage deficiencies were noted around the perimeter of the structure that could contribute to foundation deterioration. There are several areas where adjacent yard areas drain towards the building instead of away from the building. 2 Needs Repair Repair areas of cracking and spalling through the overall facility. Rework yard areas as required to provide positive drainage away from the building. Cost Unit Whole Building Original Construction (1966) 57,257 ft! 2,856 Required 1,904 Required $33,897.50 $28,560.00 Classroom Addition Sum Comments (1993) 4,405 ft! 610 Required $17,330.00Rework yard areas as required to provide positive drainage away from the building. 305 Required $16,567.50Repair areas of cracking and spalling through the overall facility. $5,337.50

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Other: Regrade Site to Provide Positive Drainage Other: Repair Minor Cracks and Spalled Areas Sum:

$5.00sq.ft. (Qty) $7.50sq.ft. (Qty)

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Spalled Area of Exposed Concrete Foundation

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H. Structure: Walls and Chimneys


Description:
The overall facility has a steel frame with brick veneer on a non-load bearing masonry exterior wall system, which displayed locations of minor deterioration, and is in good to fair condition. The exterior masonry appears to have inappropriately spaced and adequately caulked control joints in good to fair condition. Exterior control joints are only provided in the Gymnasium walls. The school does not contain expansion joints and none are needed, as there is no indication of exterior masonry cracking or separation. Exterior walls in the overall facility are inadequately insulated. Exterior brick veneer masonry walls are non-compliant cavity walls. Weep holes are provided in sufficient quantity at 48 on center at the base of masonry cavity walls, and are in good to fair condition. Weep holes are not rope type weeps. Vents are not provided. The exterior masonry has not been cleaned and sealed in recent years, and shows evidence of mortar deterioration at unit ventilator openings and upper wall areas and has locations of efflorescence and discoloration. Architectural exterior accent materials consist of exposed concrete, which is in good to fair condition. Installation of new HVAC systems will result in removal of any existing unit ventilators, necessitating the exterior masonry infill of associated exterior wall voids. Interior walls are concrete masonry units, brick, glazed block, metal stud framed partitions with gypsum board, wood framed partitions with wood paneling and operable partition walls, and are in good to fair condition. Interior masonry appears to have inadequately spaced and caulked control joints in good to fair condition. Interior soffits are of gypsum board type construction, and in good to fair condition. The window sills in the 1966 Original Construction are an element of the aluminum window system setting on exposed concrete grade beams, and are in good condition. The window sills in the 1993 Addition are stone, and are in good to fair condition. The exterior lintels that are observable are steel. Exposed lintels at the exterior Gymnasium walls are galvanized steel and are in good condition. Exposed lintels at the unit ventilator openings are rusting and sagging in poor condition. There is one chimney in fair condition. The facility is equipped with one canopy at the main entry to the 1966 Original Construction. The canopy is a steel frame and a metal roof deck type construction, and is in good to fair condition. Exterior soffits are of plaster type construction, and in fair condition. The school is provided with a covered conventional loading dock to facilitate the receipt of product, supplies, and foodstuffs, 50 square feet in size and featuring a pair of standard exterior doors. The dock itself is in fair condition, and is equipped with bumper pads mounted on a timber rail. The timber rail is in poor condition. The bumpers are in fair condition. Non code compliant metal railings were observed at the Boiler Room well and the ramp leading to the lower Gymnasium level. 2 Needs Repair Provide tuckpointing in all areas of mortar deterioration as required through the overall facility. Provide masonry cleaning, sealing and caulking as required through the overall facility. Provide masonry repairs as required through the overall facility. Provide masonry infill as required through the overall facility. Repair masonry chimney as required in the 1966 Original Construction. Recaulk existing control joints. Repoint stone window sills through the 1993 Addition. Prep and paint exposed steel lintels through the overall facility. Repair and paint plaster soffits. Exterior wall insulation deficiencies are addressed in Item J. Prep and paint canopy at the 1966 Original Construction main entry. Repair loading dock concrete. Replace loading dock bumpers and timber rail. Replace non code compliant metal railings at the Boiler Room well. Replace non code compliant metal railings at lower level ramp. Cost Unit Whole Building Original Construction (1966) 57,257 ft! 4,583 Required 20,164 Required 20,164 Required 4,773 Required 80 Required 102 Required 50 Required 208 Required 2,750 Required 600 Required 88 Required 46 Required 96 Required 459 Required 3 Required $194,995.25 $168,904.25 56 Required $26,091.00 16 Required 31 Required 558 Required Classroom Addition (1993) 4,405 ft! 930 Required 3,718 Required 3,718 Required 596 Required Sum Comments

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Tuckpointing: Exterior Masonry Cleaning: Exterior Masonry Sealing: Exterior Caulking: Other: Boiler Room Railing Replacement Other: Chimney Masonry Repairs Other: Loading Dock Repairs Other: Masonry Infill Other: Masonry Repairs Other: Prep and Paint Canopy Other: Prep and Paint Steel Lintels

$5.25sq.ft. (Qty) $1.50sq.ft. (Qty) $1.00sq.ft. (Qty) $5.50ln.ft. $110.00ln.ft. $12.75sq.ft. (Qty) $15.00sq.ft. (Qty) $35.00sq.ft. (Qty) $12.75sq.ft. (Qty) $8.00sq.ft. (Qty) $8.00ln.ft.

$28,943.25(wall surface) $35,823.00(wall surface) $23,882.00(wall surface) $29,529.50(removing and replacing) $8,800.00Replace non code compliant metal railings at the Boiler Room well. $1,300.50Repair masonry chimney as required in the 1966 Original Construction. $750.00Repair loading dock concrete. $8,365.00Provide masonry infill as required through the overall facility. $42,177.00Provide masonry repairs as required through the overall facility. $4,800.00Prep and paint canopy at the 1966 Original Construction main entry. $832.00Prep and paint exposed steel lintels through the overall facility. $5,060.00Replace non code compliant metal railings at lower level ramp. $528.00Recaulk existing control joints. $3,672.00Repair and paint plaster soffits. $225.00Replace loading dock bumpers and timber rail. $308.00Repoint stone window sills through the 1993 Addition.

Other: Ramp Railing Replacement $110.00ln.ft. Other: Recaulk Exterior Control Joints Other: Repair and Paint Exterior Plaster Soffits Other: Replace Dock Bumpers Other: Repoint Stone Sills Sum: $5.50ln.ft. $8.00sq.ft. (Qty) $75.00each $5.50ln.ft.

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I. Structure: Floors and Roofs


Description:
The floor construction of the base floor of the overall facility is concrete slab on grade type construction, and is in good condition. Terrazzo flooring in the main Corridors of the 1966 Original Construction exhibit some cracking. There is no crawl space. The floor construction of the first floor of the overall facility located under the Gymnasium is precast concrete planks with concrete topping type construction, and is in good condition. Ceiling to structural deck spaces are sufficient to accommodate HVAC, electrical, and plumbing scopes of work in required renovations. The roof construction of the overall facility, except for over the Gymnasium, is metal form deck on steel joist type construction, and is in good condition. The roof construction over the Gymnasium is tectum deck on steel joist type construction, and is in good condition. 1 Satisfactory Terrazzo repair provided in Item J.

Rating: Recommendations:

Item CostUnitWhole BuildingOriginal Construction (1966)Classroom Addition (1993)SumComments 57,257 ft! 4,405 ft! Sum: $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

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Typical Roof Structure Of the 1993 Addition

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J. General Finishes
Description:
The overall facility features conventionally partitioned Classrooms with VAT or VCT type flooring, acoustical tile type ceilings, as well as painted block type wall finishes, and they are in fair condition. The overall facility has Corridors with terrazzo type flooring, acoustical tile type ceilings, as well as brick, glazed block, and painted block type wall finishes, and they are in fair condition. The overall facility has Restrooms with quarry tile type flooring, acoustical tile type ceilings, as well as painted block type wall finishes, and they are in fair condition. Toilet partitions are painted steel or plastic, and are in fair condition. Classroom casework in the overall facility is wood type construction with plastic laminate tops, is adequately provided, and in fair to poor condition. The typical Classroom contains 12 lineal feet of casework, and Classroom casework provided ranges from 10 to 20 feet. Classrooms are provided adequate chalkboards, markerboards, and tackboards which are in good condition. The Classroom Storage Closets, located in the Classrooms, are adequately provided, and in fair condition. The Art program is equipped with a kiln in good condition, and existing kiln ventilation is inadequate. The 1966 Original Construction is equipped with wood louvered interior doors that are recessed with proper clearances, but without proper ADA hardware, and in fair condition. The 1993 Classroom Addition is equipped with wood non-louvered interior doors that are flush mounted with proper ADA hardware and clearances, and in fair condition. The Gymnasium space has a rubber type flooring, exposed steel frame type ceilings, as well as painted block type wall finishes, and they are in fair condition. Stands are not provided in the Gymnasium. Gymnasium basketball backboards are a fixed type, and are in good condition. The Media Center has carpet type flooring, acoustical tile type ceilings, as well as painted block type wall finishes, and they are in fair condition. Student Dining, has VCT type flooring, vented metal type ceilings, as well as painted block type wall finishes, and they are in fair condition. OSDM-required fixed equipment for Stage is adequately provided, and in fair condition. Existing Gymnasium, Student Dining, Media Center, and Music spaces are not provided with appropriate sound attenuation acoustical surface treatments. The existing Kitchen is full service, is undersized based on current enrollment, and the existing Kitchen equipment, installed in 1966, with incremental upgrades, is in fair condition. The Kitchen hood is in fair condition, and is equipped with the required UL 300 compliant wet chemical fire suppression system. The required 6 overhang on all three exposed sides of the cooking equipment is provided by the hood. Kitchen hood exhaust ductwork is of proper construction and material and is installed as required by the OSDM and OBCMC. A walk-in cooler and freezer are located within the Kitchen spaces, and are in fair to poor condition. 3 Needs Replacement Provide complete replacement of finishes and casework due to installation of systems outlined in Items A, C, D, E, K, L, M, T, U, W, and due to condition. Provide for the replacement of interior doors due to condition and work in Item O. Provide for repairs to terrazzo flooring due to condition. Provide for the replacement of Kitchen equipment due to age and condition. Provide for the replacement of Kitchen hood due to age and condition. Provide for the replacement of walk-in coolers and freezers in kitchen. Provide for the replacement of toilet partitions and accessories due to age and condition. Provide for the replacement of Stage equipment due to condition. Provide sound attenuation treatment in the Gymnasium, Student Dining, Media Center, and Music spaces. Provide for additional exterior wall insulation due to observations in Item H. Provide for the replacement of Laboratory tables due to work in Item T. Cost Unit Whole Building Original Construction (1966) 57,257 ft! 13 Required Required 103 Required 279 Required Classroom Sum Addition (1993) 4,405 ft! Comments

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Toilet Partitions: Toilet Accessory Replacement Door, Frame, and Hardware: Terrazzo Floor Repair Additional Wall Insulation Laboratory Table / Countertop Replacement Walk-in Coolers/Freezers: Kitchen Exhaust Hood: Total Kitchen Equipment Replacement:

$1,000.00per stall $0.20sq.ft. $1,300.00each $25.00sq.ft. (Qty) $6.00sq.ft. (Qty) $150.00ln.ft. $29,818.00per unit $56,000.00per unit $190.00sq.ft. (Qty)

Required 9 Required 21 Required

$13,000.00(removing and replacing) $12,332.40(per building area) $145,600.00(non-ADA) $7,500.00(floor area affected; max. area to be 300 sf)

20,164 Required 3,718 Required $143,292.00(includes the furring out of the existing walls, insulation and abuse resistant GWB) 2 Required $300.00(Hazardous Material Replacement Cost - See T.) 2 Required 1 Required 1,386 Required $59,636.00 $56,000.00(includes fans, exhaust & ductwork) $263,340.00(square footage based upon only existing area of food preparation, serving, kitchen storage areas and walk-ins. Includes demolition and removal of existing kitchen equipment) 7,822 Required $23,466.00Provide sound attenuation treatment in the Gymnasium, Student Dining, Media Center, and Music spaces. 49,242 Required 3,789 Required $827,283.60(elementary, per building area, with removal of existing)

Other: Acoustical Control

Other: Complete Replacement of Finishes and Casework Elementary School Other: Complete Replacement of $15.58sq.ft. Finishes and Casework Middle (Qty) School Other: Stage Equipment $14,000.00allowance Sum:

$3.00sq.ft. (Qty) $15.60sq.ft. (Qty)

8,015 Required

616 Required

$134,470.98(middle, per building area, with removal of existing)

Required $1,700,220.98$1,596,101.30 $104,119.68

$14,000.00Provide for the replacement of Stage equipment due to condition.

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Typical Gymnasium Finishes

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K. Interior Lighting
Description:
The typical Classrooms in the overall facility are equipped with T-8 1x4 surface mount and 2x4 lay-in direct fluorescent fixtures with single level switching. Classroom fixtures are in fair condition, providing an average illumination of 40 FC, which is less than the 50 FC recommended by the OSDM. The typical Corridors in the overall facility are equipped with T-8 1x4 surface mount direct fluorescent fixtures with single level switching. Corridor fixtures are in fair condition, providing an average illumination of 50 FC, thus complying with the 20 FC recommended by the OSDM. The Gymnasium spaces are equipped with T-8 2x4 suspended fluorescent fixture type lighting, in fair condition, providing an average illumination of 40 FC, which is less than the 50 FC recommended by the OSDM. The Media Center is equipped with T-8 1x4 surface mount direct fluorescent fixture type lighting in fair condition, providing an average illumination of 61 FC, thus complying with the 50 FC recommended by the OSDM. The Student Dining spaces are equipped with T-8 1x4 suspended direct fluorescent fixture type lighting with single level switching. Student Dining fixtures are in fair condition, providing an average illumination of 56 FC, thus complying with the 50 FC recommended by the OSDM. The Kitchen spaces are equipped with T-8 1x4 surface mount fluorescent fixture type lighting with single level switching. Kitchen fixtures are in fair condition, providing an average illumination of 50 FC, which is less than the 75-80 FC recommended by the OSDM. The Service Areas in the overall facility are equipped with pendant incandescent and T-8 1x4 surface mount fluorescent fixture type lighting in fair to poor condition. The typical Administrative spaces in the overall facility are equipped with T-8 2x4 lay-in direct fluorescent fixture type lighting in fair condition, providing adequate illumination based on OSDM requirements. The overall lighting systems of the facility are not compliant with Ohio School Design Manual requirements due to age and condition, inadequate lighting levels, utilization of incandescent lighting, and lack of multi-level switching. 3 Needs Replacement Provide complete replacement of lighting system due to age and condition, inadequate lighting levels, lack of multilevel switching, utilization of incandescent lighting, and installation of systems outlined in Items A, C, J, and U.

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Cost Unit Whole BuildingOriginal Construction (1966)Classroom Addition (1993)Sum Comments 57,257 ft! 4,405 ft! Complete Building Lighting Replacement$5.00sq.ft. Required Required $308,310.00Includes demo of existing fixtures Sum: $308,310.00 $286,285.00 $22,025.00

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Student Dining Fluorescent Light Fixtures

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L. Security Systems
Description:
The overall facility contains a GE NetworX NX-8 motion detector and door contact type security system in fair condition. Motion detectors are adequately provided in main entries, central gathering areas, Offices, main Corridors, and spaces where 6 or more computers are located. Exterior doors are equipped with door contacts. An automatic visitor control system is provided. 8 compliant color CCTV exterior cameras are provided at main entry areas and parking lots. No interior CCTV cameras are provided. CCTV is monitored in Administrative Area with the use of a television monitor and Speco Technologies computer based hard disk recording device and multiplexer, which are in good condition. A compliant computer controlled access control system integrating alarms and video signals, with appropriate UPS backup, is provided. The system is not equipped with card or biometric readers, but is equipped with a KeriSystems key pad door access control system. The security system is not adequately provided throughout, and the system is not compliant with Ohio School Design Manual guidelines. The playground fencing requires attention as the it is not fully compliant with OSDM requirements, since the playground is not fully fenced for security. The exterior site lighting system is equipped with surface mounted HID metal halide, LED and incandescent entry lights in good to fair condition. Pedestrian walkways are illuminated with surface mounted HID metal halide fixtures in fair to poor condition. Parking and bus pick-up / drop off areas are illuminated by pole mounted HID metal halide fixtures in fair to poor condition. The exterior site lighting system provides inadequate illumination due to insufficient fixture capacity and sparse placement of fixtures. 3 Needs Replacement Provide complete replacement of security system to meet Ohio School Design Manual guidelines. Provide partial replacement and enhancement of exterior site lighting system, consisting of additional lighting fixtures and replacement of incandescent lighting, to meet Ohio School Design Manual guidelines. Provide additional playground fencing, funding included in complete replacement of security system. Cost Unit Whole Building $1.85sq.ft. $0.50sq.ft. Original Construction (1966) 57,257 ft! Required Required Classroom Addition (1993) 4,405 ft! Required Required $10,351.75 Sum Comments

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Security System: Other: Partial Site Lighting Upgrade Sum:

$114,074.70(complete, area of building) $30,831.00Provide partial replacement and enhancement of exterior site lighting system.

$144,905.70 $134,553.95

Computer Based Hard Disk Recording Device And Multiplexer

Key Pad Door Access And Automatic Visitor Control System

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M. Emergency/Egress Lighting
Description:
The overall facility is equipped with an emergency egress lighting system consisting of non compliant red lettered, LED, plastic construction illuminated exit signs, and the system is in fair condition. The facility is equipped with emergency egress floodlighting, and the system is in fair condition. The system is provided with appropriate battery backup. The system is adequately provided throughout, meets Ohio Building Code requirements, but does not meet Ohio School Design Manual requirements. 3 Needs Replacement Provide complete replacement of emergency / egress lighting system to meet Ohio School Design Manual and Ohio Building Code guidelines.

Rating: Recommendations:
Item

Cost Unit Whole BuildingOriginal Construction (1966)Classroom Addition (1993)Sum Comments 57,257 ft! 4,405 ft! Emergency/Egress Lighting:$1.00sq.ft. Required Required $61,662.00(complete, area of building) Sum: $61,662.00 $57,257.00 $4,405.00

Emergency Egress Floodlighting In the 1966 Original Construction

Typical Emergency Egress Lighting System In the 1993 Addition

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N. Fire Alarm
Description:
The overall facility is equipped with a Simplex 4010 addressable type fire alarm system, installed in 2010, and in good condition, consisting of manual pull stations, horn and strobe indicating devices, smoke detectors, and heat sensors. The system is automatic and is monitored by a third party. The system is equipped with sufficient audible horns, strobe indicating, smoke detectors and heat sensors. The system is not equipped with any flow switches and tamper switches. The system thus will not support future fire suppression systems without flow and tamper switches. The system is adequately provided throughout, and does have additional zone capabilities. The system is compliant with Ohio Building Code, NFPA, and Ohio School Design Manual requirements. 2 Needs Repair Provide flow and tamper switches for a future sprinkler system.

Rating: Recommendations:
Item

Cost

Unit

Whole Building

Other: Tamper and Flow Switch Monitor Device Sum:

$4,000.00per system $4,000.00

Original Construction (1966) 57,257 ft! 1 Required $4,000.00

Classroom Addition (1993) 4,405 ft!

Sum

Comments

$4,000.00Provide flow and tamper switches for a future sprinkler system. $0.00

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Typical Heat Sensor

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O. Handicapped Access
Description:
At the site, there is an accessible route provided from the public right-of-way, the accessible parking areas, and from the passenger unloading zone to the main entrance of the school. There is an accessible route connecting all or most areas of the site. The exterior entrances are mostly ADA accessible. Access from the parking / drop-off area to the building entries is not compromised by steps or steep ramps. Adequate handicap parking is provided. Exterior doors are equipped with ADA hardware. Building entrances should be equipped with 1 ADA power assist door, and none are provided. Playground layout and equipment are mostly compliant. On the interior of the building, space allowances and reach ranges are mostly compliant. There is not an accessible route through the building, which does not include protruding objects. Ground and floor surfaces are compliant. Ramps and stairs do not meet all ADA requirements, and are insufficient due to non-compliant guards and handrails. Exterior ramp at the Main Entrance does not meet all ADA requirements due to lack of handrails and intermediate landing between runs. Elevation changes within the overall facility are facilitated by 1 non-compliant stair tower in good condition, 3 non-compliant steps in good to fair condition, 2 non-compliant exterior steps in fair condition, and 2 non-compliant exterior ramps in fair condition. This multistory building has a non-compliant single passenger elevator that accesses every floor. Access to the Stage is facilitated by a Corridor at Stage level. Interior doors are recessed, are provided adequate clearances, and are not provided with ADA-compliant hardware in the 1966 Original Construction. Interior doors are not recessed, are provided adequate clearances, and are provided with ADA-compliant hardware in the 1993 Addition. 18 ADA-compliant toilets are required, and 4 are currently provided. 18 ADA-compliant Restroom lavatories are required, and 2 are currently provided. 1 ADA-compliant Science Classroom lab sink is required, and none are currently provided. 4 ADA-compliant urinals are required, and none are currently provided. 0 ADA-compliant showers are required, and none are currently provided. 4 ADA-compliant electric water coolers are required, and 4 are currently provided. Toilet partitions are metal and plastic, and do not provide appropriate ADA clearances, except for the 2 Large Group Restrooms and 2 Single Restrooms next to the Main Entrance. ADA-compliant accessories are not adequately provided and mounted in the 1966 Original Construction, except for the 2 Large Group Restrooms and 2 Single Restrooms next to the Main Entrance. Mirrors meet ADA requirements for mounting heights. Science Classrooms are not compliant with ADA requirements due to non-compliant ADA lab sinks and base cabinets. Art Classrooms are not compliant with ADA requirements due to non-compliant ADA sinks and base cabinets. Staff, Special Education Classroom, Kindergarten Classroom, and Health Clinic Restrooms are not compliant with ADA requirements due to lack of ADA-compliant accessories and appropriate ADA clearances. ADA signage is not provided on the interior or the exterior of the building. 3 Needs Replacement Provide ADA-compliant signage, 1 power assist door opener, 1 elevator, 13 toilet partitions, 3 toilets, 5 sinks, 4 urinals, and 24 doors and frames in the overall facility to facilitate the schools meeting of ADA requirements. Replace handrails at steps to the Stage with ADA compliant handrails. Enlarge and reconfigure new single ADA Toilet Rooms for 1 Staff, 2 Special Education Classrooms, 2 Kindergarten Classrooms, and 2 Health Clinic Toilet Rooms, including 7 toilets, 7 sinks and 7 sets of ADA accessories in the 1966 Original Construction. Add 1 new single ADA Toilet Room for the Kitchen, including 1 toilet, 1 sink, and 1 set of ADA accessories. Replace non-compliant exterior ramp at the Main Entrance. ADA electric water coolers are corrected in Item E. ADA compliant sink base casework in the Classrooms is corrected in Item J. For interior doors that are not being replaced under this Item, door hardware to be replaced with funding provided in Item J. Stair tower is corrected in Item U. Cost Unit Whole Building Original Construction (1966) 57,257 ft! Required 275 Required 2 Required 12 Required 13 Required 1 Required 16 Required 8 Required Classroom Sum Addition (1993) 4,405 ft! Required Comments

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Signage: Ramps: Elevators: Toilet/Urinals/Sinks: Toilet Partitions: ADA Assist Door & Frame: Replace Doors: Replace Doors:

$0.20sq.ft. $40.00sq.ft. (Qty) $42,000.00each $1,500.00unit $1,000.00stall $7,500.00unit $5,000.00leaf $5,000.00leaf

$12,332.40(per building area) $11,000.00(per ramp/interior-exterior complete) $84,000.00(per stop, $84,000 minimum) $18,000.00(replacement ADA) $13,000.00(ADA - grab bars, accessories included) $7,500.00(openers, electrical, patching, etc) $80,000.00(rework narrow opening to provide 3070 wood door, HM frame, door/light, includes hardware) $40,000.00(rework opening and corridor wall to accommodate ADA standards when door opening is set back from edge of corridor and cannot accommodate a wheelchair.) $40,000.00Add Toilet Room to meet ADA requirements (includes fixtures, walls, door and hardware, floor drain, and supply lines from nearby existing Restroom). $480.00Add ADA compliant handrails at the Stage steps. $2,600.00Add ADA compliant handrails at the ramps. $30,000.00Enlarge and reconfigure existing Toilet Room to meet ADA requirements (includes fixtures, walls, door and hardware, floor drain, and supply lines from existing Restroom). $500.00Remove existing exterior ramp at the Main Entrance.

Other: ADA Restroom.

$10,000.00each

4 Required

Other: ADA Step Handrails Other: Ramp Handrails Other: Reconfigure Toilet Rooms for ADA Accessibility Other: Removal of Non-Compliant Ramp Sum:

$20.00ln.ft. $20.00ln.ft. $10,000.00each

24 Required 130 Required 3 Required

$2.00sq.ft. (Qty)

250 Required $339,412.40 $338,531.40 $881.00

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P. Site Condition
Description:
The 20 acre flat site is located in a suburban residential setting with moderate tree, shrub, and floral type landscaping. Outbuildings include two gazebos. There are no apparent problems with erosion or ponding, however it has been reported that ponding has occurred in adjacent residential properties. The site is bordered by lightly traveled city streets. A single entrance onto the site facilitates proper separation of bus and other vehicular traffic, and one-way bus traffic is provided. A dedicated bus loop is provided for student loading and unloading, which is separated from other vehicular traffic. Staff and visitor parking is facilitated by an asphalt parking lot in fair to poor condition, containing 85 parking places, which provides adequate parking for staff members, visitors, and the disabled. The site and parking lot drainage design, consisting of catch basins, storm sewers, and sheet drainage provides adequate evacuation of storm water, and no problems with parking lot ponding were observed. Concrete curbs in poor condition are appropriately placed. Concrete sidewalks are properly sloped, are located to provide a logical flow of pedestrian traffic, and are in fair condition. Trash pick-up and service drive pavement is heavy duty and is in poor condition, and is not equipped with a concrete pad area for dumpsters. Exterior concrete steps and steel hand rails are provided at the main entrance and loading dock and are in fair to poor condition. An exterior concrete ramp without a guardrail is provided at the main entrance and is in fair condition. Playgrounds are partially fenced, not separated from vehicular traffic, and are in good condition. The playground equipment is primarily constructed of coated steel and high density plastic, and is in fair condition. Generally playground equipment is placed to provide compliant fall zones, and on a compliant wood fiber mulch of sufficient depth. Hard surfaces with a basketball court and painted surfaces are provided on an asphalt surface. The site and playground area is equipped with sufficient tables and benches in fair condition. The athletic facilities are comprised of two baseball diamonds and a soccer field, and are in fair condition. Site features are suitable for outdoor instruction, which is enhanced through the addition of two gazebos. There are no readily evident site conditions that might significantly affect master planning. 3 Needs Replacement Provide for replacement of exterior steps due to condition. Replace exterior handrail/guardrails due to condition. Provide a new concrete dumpster pad. Provide for the replacement of existing asphalt paving due to condition. Replace concrete sidewalks as required due to condition. Replace concrete curbs as required due to condition. Playground fencing issues are corrected in Item L. Provide site contingency allowances for unforeseen conditions. Cost Unit Whole Building Original Construction (1966) 57,257 ft! 4,572 Required 7,711 Required 223 Required 37 Required 111 Required 25 Required Required Classroom Sum Addition (1993) 4,405 ft! 345 Required 540 Required 17 Required 3 Required 9 Required Comments

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Replace Existing Asphalt Paving (heavy duty): Replace Existing Asphalt Paving (light duty): Concrete Curb: Concrete Sidewalk: Exterior Hand / Guard Rails: Replace Concrete Steps: Base Sitework Allowance for Unforeseen Circumstances Sitework Allowance for Unforeseen Circumstances for buildings between 0 SF and 100,000 SF Other: Provide dumpster pads. Sum:

$30.00sq. yard $28.00sq. yard $17.87ln.ft. $4.69sq.ft. (Qty) $42.75ln.ft. $32.00sq.ft. (Qty) $50,000.00allowance

$147,510.00(including drainage / tear out for heavy duty asphalt) $231,028.00(including drainage / tear out for light duty asphalt) $4,288.80(new) $187.60(5 inch exterior slab) $5,130.00 $800.00 $50,000.00Include this and one of the next two. (Applies for whole building, so only one addition should have this item) $92,493.00Include this one or the next. (Each addition should have this item) $4,800.00(for three dumpsters)

$1.50sq.ft.

Required

Required

$2,400.00each

2 Required $536,237.40 $503,457.29

$32,780.11

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Q. Sewage System
Description: Rating: Recommendations:
The sanitary sewer system is tied in to the municipal system, and is in good condition. No significant system deficiencies were reported by the school district or noted during the physical assessment. 1 Satisfactory Existing conditions require no renovation or replacement at the present time.

Item CostUnitWhole BuildingOriginal Construction (1966)Classroom Addition (1993)SumComments 57,257 ft! 4,405 ft! Sum: $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

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Sanitary Manhole

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R. Water Supply
Description:
The domestic water supply system is tied in to the municipal system, features 4" service and 4" water meter, which is located in a vault near the street, and is assumed to be in good to fair condition. The District was not able to provide water supply flow test data. The existing domestic water service appears to meet the facilitys current needs. The facility is not equipped with an automated fire suppression system, and the existing water supply will not provide adequate support for a future system. The domestic water service is not equipped with a water booster pump, and none was required. The system does not provide adequate pressure and capacity for the future needs of the school. 1 Satisfactory Provide a new city water supply line of adequate capacity to support the existing needs of the facility, as well as a future automated fire suppression system. Funding provided in Item U.

Rating: Recommendations:

Item CostUnitWhole BuildingOriginal Construction (1966)Classroom Addition (1993)SumComments 57,257 ft! 4,405 ft! Sum: $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

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Incoming Domestic Water Service Line

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S. Exterior Doors
Description:
Typical exterior doors in the 1966 Original Construction are aluminum and hollow metal type construction, installed on aluminum and hollow metal frames. Aluminum doors and frames are in good condition. Hollow metal doors and frames are in fair condition. Exterior doors feature single glazed tempered glass or no vision panels. All aluminum replacement doors are equipped with appropriate hardware. Original hollow metal doors are equipped with inappropriate hardware. Typical exterior doors in the 1993 Addition are hollow metal type construction, installed on hollow metal frames. Hollow metal doors and frames are in good to fair condition. Exterior doors feature double glazed tempered glass vision panels. Hollow metal doors are equipped with inappropriate hardware. Entrance doors in the overall facility are aluminum type construction, installed on aluminum frames, and in good to fair condition. The main entrance doors feature single glazed tempered glass vision panels, transoms, sidelights, and appropriate hardware. The facility is not equipped with roof access doors. There is one overhead steel coiling door in fair to poor condition. 3 Needs Replacement Replace hollow metal exterior doors as required through the overall facility, due to poor condition. Replace overhead door, due to poor condition. Replacement of single glazed door vision panels, transoms and sidelights is addressed in Item F. Cost Unit

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Whole BuildingOriginal Construction (1966)Classroom Addition (1993)Sum Comments 57,257 ft! 4,405 ft! Door Leaf/Frame and Hardware:$2,000.00per leaf 6 Required 4 Required $20,000.00(includes removal of existing) Overhead doors and hardware: $2,500.00per leaf 1 Required $2,500.00(8 x 10 sectional, manual operation) Sum: $22,500.00 $14,500.00 $8,000.00

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1966 Original Construction Overhead Door

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T. Hazardous Material
Description:
The School District provided the AHERA three year reinspection reports, prepared by M.A.C. Paran Consulting Services, Inc., and dated January 30, 2009, documenting known and assumed locations of asbestos and other hazardous materials. The AHERA Reports referenced only assumed asbestos containing materials. An Enhanced Environmental Hazards Assessment (EEHA) will need to be conducted in order to establish abatement budgets. Vinyl asbestos floor tile and mastic, tank breeching, transite window panels, laboratory tables, and possibly tartan flooring containing hazardous materials are located in the 1966 Original Construction in fair condition. These materials were described in the report and open to observation and found to be in non-friable condition with light damage. There are no underground storage tanks on the site. Due to the construction date, there is a potential for lead based paint. Fluorescent lighting will require special disposal. 3 Needs Replacement Remove all hazardous materials, inclusive of asbestos-containing materials in the 1966 Original Construction, as noted in the attached Environmental Hazards Assessment. Provide for the testing of paint that has the potential of being lead-based. Provide for disposal of fluorescent lighting. Cost Unit Whole Building Original Construction (1966) 57,257 ft! EHA Form 42 Required 5,000 Required 5,000 Required 5,426 Required 2 Required 24,040 Required $83,326.70 $83,282.60 Classroom Addition (1993) 4,405 ft! EHA Form 0 Required 0 Required 0 Required 441 Required 0 Required 0 Required $44.10 Sum Comments

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Environmental Hazards Form Breeching Insulation Removal Estimated Cost For Abatement Contractor to Perform Lead Mock-Ups Special Engineering Fees for LBP Mock-Ups Fluorescent Lamps & Ballasts Recycling/Incineration Laboratory Table/Counter Top Removal Resilient Flooring Removal, Including Mastic Sum:

$10.00sq.ft. (Qty) $1.00per unit $1.00per unit $0.10sq.ft. (Qty) $100.00each $3.00sq.ft. (Qty)

$420.00 $5,000.00 $5,000.00 $586.70 $200.00See J $72,120.00See J

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Stage Entry Asbestos Positive Steps

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U. Life Safety
Description:
The overall facility is not equipped with an automated fire suppression system. Exit Corridors are situated such that dead-end Corridors are not present. The facility features 1 interior stair tower, which is not protected by a two hour fire enclosure. The facility features 2 exterior concrete ramps providing egress from intermediate floors, which are in fair condition. Guardrails are constructed with vertical bars, do not meet the 4 ball test, and do not extend past the top and bottom stair risers as required by the Ohio Building Code. The Kitchen hood is in fair condition, and is equipped with the required UL 300 compliant wet chemical fire suppression system. The required 6 overhang of the cooking equipment is provided by the hood. Kitchen hood exhaust ductwork is of proper construction, material, insulation, and installed as required by the OSDM and OBCMC. The cooking equipment is interlocked to shut down in the event of discharge of the fire suppression system. Fire extinguishers are provided in sufficient quantity. Existing fire extinguishers are adequately spaced. The facility is not equipped with an emergency generator. The existing water supply is provided by a tie-in to the municipal system, and is insufficient to meet the future fire suppression needs of the school. Rooms with a capacity greater than 50 occupants are equipped with adequate egress. Combustible wood construction is used as infill for masonry openings in the 1966 Original Construction. 3 Needs Replacement Provide new automated fire suppression system to meet Ohio School Design Manual guidelines. Provide increased water service of a capacity sufficient to support the fire suppression system, funding included in fire suppression funding. Provide new emergency generator, with funding provided via complete replacement of electrical system in Item D. Provide new handrails to meet the requirements of the Ohio Building Code. Rework existing non-compliant stair tower. Provide 2 exterior stair enclosures. Replace 2 existing exterior concrete ramps due to age and condition. Provide fire-rated enclosure around existing stair tower. Remove combustible wood construction in the 1966 Original Construction with non-combustible wall construction. Cost Unit Whole Building Original Construction Classroom Addition Sum Comments (1966) (1993) 57,257 ft! 4,405 ft! 57,257 Required 4,405 Required $197,318.40(includes increase of service piping, if required) 1 Required 2 Required 2 Required 350 Required 200 Required $310,518.40 $296,422.40 $14,096.00 $5,000.00(includes associated doors, door frames and hardware) $85,000.00(all inclusive) $10,000.00 $11,200.00Replace 2 existing exterior concrete ramps due to age and condition. $2,000.00Replace combustible wood wall construction with non-combustible wall construction.

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Sprinkler / Fire Suppression System: Interior Stairwell Closure: New Exterior Stair Enclosure Handrails: Other: Exterior Ramp Other: Remove and Replace Combustible Wall Construction Sum:

$3.20sq.ft. (Qty) $5,000.00per level $42,500.00per level $5,000.00level $32.00sq.ft. (Qty) $10.00sq.ft. (Qty)

Typical Recessed Fire Extinguisher Cabinet

Combustible Wood Construction In the 1966 Original Construction

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V. Loose Furnishings
Description:
The typical Classroom furniture is generally mismatched, and in generally poor to fair condition, consisting of student desks & chairs, teacher desks & chairs, desk height file cabinets, reading tables, computer workstations, bookcases, wastebaskets, cubical partitions, and equipment carts. The facilitys furniture and loose equipment were evaluated in item 6.17 in the CEFPI section of this report, and on a scale of 1 to 10 the overall facility received a rating of 6 due to observed conditions, and due to the fact that it lacks some of the Design Manual required elements. 3 Needs Replacement Provide for replacement of outdated or inadequate furnishings.

Rating: Recommendations:
Item

Cost Unit Whole BuildingOriginal Construction (1966)Classroom Addition (1993)Sum Comments 57,257 ft! 4,405 ft! CEFPI Rating 6$3.00sq.ft. Required Required $184,986.00 Sum: $184,986.00 $171,771.00 $13,215.00

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Typical Teacher Desk

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W. Technology
Description:
The typical Classroom is equipped with one data port for teacher use, one cable port and monitor, and a 2-way PA system that can be initiated by either party to meet Ohio School Design Manual requirements. The typical Classroom is not equipped with the required four technology data ports for student use and one voice port with a digitally based phone system to meet Ohio School Design Manual requirements. The facility is equipped with an unreliable centralized clock system, and battery operated clocks are used when they are replaced. Specialized electrical and sound system requirements of Gymnasium and Stage are inadequately provided, and in poor condition. Specialized electrical and sound system requirements of the Student Dining and Music spaces are not provided. OSDM-compliant computer network infrastructure is not provided. Wireless connection to the internet is provided throughout the facility. The facility does not contain a media distribution center, and does not provide Computer Labs for use by students, but provides for 6 mobile Computer Labs on secured laptop charging carts. Elevator is equipped with a telephone. 3 Needs Replacement Provide complete replacement of technology systems to meet Ohio School Design Manual requirements.

Rating: Recommendations:
Item

Whole BuildingOriginal Construction (1966)Classroom Addition (1993)Sum Comments 57,257 ft! 4,405 ft! ES portion of building with total SF 50,000 to 69,360$11.51sq.ft. (Qty) 49,250 Required 3,789 Required $610,478.89 MS portion of building with total SF < 67,950 $10.29sq.ft. (Qty) 8,007 Required 616 Required $88,730.67 Sum: $699,209.56 $649,259.53 $49,950.03

Cost

Unit

Non-Compliant Computer Network Infrastructure

Typical Classroom TV and VCR

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X. Construction Contingency / Non-Construction Cost


Renovation Costs (A-W) 7.00% Subtotal 16.29% Non-Construction Costs Construction Contingency $8,322,804.30 $582,596.30 $8,905,400.60 $1,450,689.76 $10,356,090.36

Total Project

Construction Contingency Non-Construction Costs Total for X.

$582,596.30 $1,450,689.76 $2,033,286.06

Non-Construction Costs Breakdown Land Survey Soil Borings / Phase I Envir. Report Agency Approval Fees (Bldg. Code) Construction Testing Printing - Bid Documents Advertising for Bids Builders Risk Insurance Design Professionals Compensation CM Compensation Commissioning Non-Construction Contingency (includes partnering and mediation services) Total Non-Construction Costs Back to Assessment Summary 0.03% 0.10% 0.25% 0.40% 0.15% 0.02% 0.12% 7.50% 6.00% 0.60% 1.12% 16.29% $2,671.62 $8,905.40 $22,263.50 $35,621.60 $13,358.10 $1,781.08 $10,686.48 $667,905.05 $534,324.04 $53,432.40 $99,740.49 $1,450,689.76

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School Facility Appraisal

Name of Appraiser Building Name Street Address City/Town, State, Zip Code Telephone Number(s) School District

Julie Apt Maddux Elem 943 Rosetree Lane Cincinnati, OH 45230 513-231-0780 Forest Hills Local SD

Date of Appraisal

2013-08-22

Setting: Site-Acreage Grades Housed Number of Teaching Stations Student Enrollment Dates of Construction Energy Sources: Air Conditioning: Heating:

Suburban 20.00 K-6 35 615 1966,1993 Fuel Oil Roof Top Central Hot Water Gas Windows Units Roof Top Steam Floor Construction Wood Joists Steel Joists Slab on grade Structural slab Electric Central Individual Unit Solar Room Units Forced Air Building Square Footage Student Capacity Number of Floors 61,662 417 2

Type of Construction Load bearing masonry Steel frame Concrete frame Wood Steel Joists

Exterior Surfacing Brick Stucco Metal Wood Stone

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1.0 The School Site


School Facility Appraisal

Points Allocated

Points

1.1

Site is large enough to meet educational needs as defined by state and local requirements The site is 20 acres compared to 17 acres required by the OSDM.

25

25

1.2

Site is easily accessible and conveniently located for the present and future population The School is centrally located within the School District, and is easily accessible.

20

16

1.3

Location is removed from undesirable business, industry, traffic, and natural hazards The site is adjacent to residential uses, and there are no undesirable features adjacent to the School site.

10

1.4

Site is well landscaped and developed to meet educational needs

10

The site is moderately landscaped with mature shade trees, ornamental trees, and shrubs which define the property and emphasize the building entrance.

1.5

ES MS HS

Well equipped playgrounds are separated from streets and parking areas Well equipped athletic and intermural areas are separated from streets and parking Well equipped athletic areas are adequate with sufficient solid-surface parking

10

Playground areas consist of metal or high density plastic type play equipment, which is in fair condition, and is located on wood fiber mulch which is an approved soft surface material. Playground fencing is partially provided and does not separate the playground from vehicular traffic.

1.6

Topography is varied enough to provide desirable appearance and without steep inclines

The site is gently sloped to provide positive drainage across the site. A flat area is provided to accommodate buildings, perimeter walks, vehicular circulation, parking areas, outdoor play areas, and physical education spaces, and is desirable.

1.7

Site has stable, well drained soil free of erosion Soils appear to be stable and well drained, and no erosion was observed.

1.8

Site is suitable for special instructional needs, e.g., outdoor learning

The site has been developed to accommodate outdoor learning, including benches, gazebos, and picnic tables to facilitate instruction.

1.9

Pedestrian services include adequate sidewalk with designated crosswalks, curb cuts, and correct slopes

Sidewalks are adequately provided to accommodate safe pedestrian circulation including designated crosswalks, curb cuts, and correct slopes.

1.10

ES/MS HS

Sufficient on-site, solid surface parking for faculty and staff is provided Sufficient on-site, solid surface parking is provided for faculty, students, staff and community

Adequate parking is provided for faculty, staff, and community, and is located on asphalt pavement in fair to poor condition.

TOTAL - The School Site Back to Assessment Summary

100

82

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2.0 Structural and Mechanical Features


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Structural

Points Allocated

Points

2.1

Structure meets all barrier-free requirements both externally and internally Entire building is not ADA-compliant.

15

10

2.2

Roofs appear sound, have positive drainage, and are weather tight

15

10

The roofs over the 1966 Original Construction are in good condition but require replacement due to age of systems. The roofs over the 1993 Addition are in fair condition but require replacement due to age of systems.

2.3

Foundations are strong and stable with no observable cracks Foundations are in good to fair condition with minor areas of cracks and spalling.

10

2.4

Exterior and interior walls have sufficient expansion joints and are free of deterioration Exterior and interior walls are in good to fair condition, requiring some maintenance and repairs.

10

2.5

Entrances and exits are located so as to permit efficient student traffic flow Exits are properly located to allow safe egress from the building.

10

10

2.6

Building envelope generally provides for energy conservation (see criteria) Building envelope does not meet minimum energy conservation requirements.

10

2.7

Structure is free of friable asbestos and toxic materials The building was constructed in 1966 and is reported to contain non-friable asbestos and other hazerdous materials.

10

2.8

Interior walls permit sufficient flexibility for a variety of class sizes Flexible partition walls have been provided between Classrooms and allow for a variety of class sizes.

10

Mechanical/Electrical

Points Allocated

Points

2.9

Adequate light sources are well maintained, and properly placed and are not subject to overheating

15

Light sources are improperly placed and provide inadequate lighting in some areas. Fixtures are well maintained in most areas. Light fixtures do not appear to be subject to overheating.

2.10

Internal water supply is adequate with sufficient pressure to meet health and safety requirements Internal water supply will not support a future fire suppresssion system, but is adequate for current requirements.

15

2.11

Each teaching/learning area has adequate convenient wall outlets, phone and computer cabling for technology applications Classrooms have an inadequate number of outlets and data jacks for technology applications.

15

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2.12

Electrical controls are safely protected with disconnect switches easily accessible Disconnect switches are adequately provided in required easily accessible locations to allow for safe servicing of equipment.

10

2.13

Drinking fountains are adequate in number and placement, and are properly maintained including provisions for the disabled

10

Drinking fountains are not adequate in number and placement, and do not meet ADA requirements. Drinking fountains are properly maintained.

2.14

Number and size of restrooms meet requirements

10

The OBC requires that Restrooms be located on every floor and that the maximum travel distance shall not exceed 500 feet. The facility meets the requirement.

2.15

Drainage systems are properly maintained and meet requirements Adequate drainage systems are provided throughout the facility. Drainage systems are well maintained.

10

10

2.16

Fire alarms, smoke detectors, and sprinkler systems are properly maintained and meet requirements

10

The facility is not sprinkled. Fire alarm systems are provided with required devices with the exception of flow and tamper switches. Smoke detectors are adequately provided.

2.17

Intercommunication system consists of a central unit that allows dependable two-way communication between the office and instructional areas

10

The central intercommunication system provides reliable communication between the Administration area and all teaching/learning areas, but is outdated.

2.18

Exterior water supply is sufficient and available for normal usage Exterior wall hydrants are adequately provided around the exterior of the facility.

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133

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3.0 Plant Maintainability


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Points Allocated

Points

3.1

Windows, doors, and walls are of material and finish requiring minimum maintenance Exterior materials and finishes for doors, windows and walls are durable and require minimal maintenance.

15

12

3.2

Floor surfaces throughout the building require minimum care

15

Flooring throughout the facility consists of VCT, VAT, terrazzo, sealed concrete, rubber, and quarry tile, which is well maintained throughout the facility.

3.3

Ceilings and walls throughout the building, including service areas, are easily cleaned and resistant to stain

10

Lay-in type ceilings are not easily cleaned or resistant to stain. Brick and painted block type wall finishes are easily cleaned and resistant to stain

3.4

Built-in equipment is designed and constructed for ease of maintenance Casework consists of wood type construction with plastic laminate tops in fair to poor condition.

10

3.5

Finishes and hardware, with compatible keying system, are of durable quality Door hardware varies throughout the facility, and does not meet ADA requirements.

10

3.6

Restroom fixtures are wall mounted and of quality finish Fixtures are wall mounted and are of good quality.

10

3.7

Adequate custodial storage space with water and drain is accessible throughout the building Custodial storage space is adequately located throughout the facility, including provisions for water and drains.

10

3.8

Adequate electrical outlets and power, to permit routine cleaning, are available in every area Electrical outlets are adequately provided in Corridors and allow for convenient routine cleaning.

10

3.9

Outdoor light fixtures, electrical outlets, equipment, and other fixtures are accessible for repair and replacement

10

Outdoor light fixtures are inadequately provided, but are accessible for repair and replacement. Electrical outlets are inadequately provided around the exterior of the facility.

TOTAL - Plant Maintainability Back to Assessment Summary

100

68

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4.0 Building Safety and Security


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Site Safety

Points Allocated

Points

4.1

Student loading areas are segregated from other vehicular traffic and pedestrian walkways Student loading is separated from vehicular traffic and pedestrian walkways.

15

12

4.2

Walkways, both on and offsite, are available for safety of pedestrians Walkways are adequately provided both on and off-site for pedestrian safety.

10

4.3

Access streets have sufficient signals and signs to permit safe entrance to and exit from school area School signs and signals are located as required on adjacent access streets.

4.4

Vehicular entrances and exits permit safe traffic flow A single entrance onto the site facilitates proper separation of bus and other vehicular traffic, and one-way bus traffic is provided.

4.5

ES MS HS

Playground equipment is free from hazard Location and types of intramural equipment are free from hazard Athletic field equipment is properly located and is free from hazard

Playground equipment consists of plastic coated steel or high density plastic type equipment in fair condition, appears to be free from hazard, and is located on an approved soft surface material to a sufficient depth.

Building Safety

Points Allocated

Points

4.6

The heating unit(s) is located away from student occupied areas

20

10

Heating boilers are located in rooms that are not accessible by students. Unit ventilators are located in the Classrooms and other learning areas.

4.7

Multi-story buildings have at least two stairways for student egress

15

10

The building has 1 stair tower, which is not enclosed, and is not ADA and OBC compliant due to lack of compliant handrails and guards.

4.8

Exterior doors open outward and are equipped with panic hardware

10

Exterior doors open in the direction of travel and are equipped with panic hardware. Some doors are equipped with inappropriate hardware.

4.9

Emergency lighting is provided throughout the entire building with exit signs on separate electrical circuits Emergency light fixtures and exit signs are not on separate circuits, powered by battery, and are adequately provided.

10

4.10

Classroom doors are recessed and open outward

10

In the 1966 Original Construction, Classroom doors are adequately recessed with proper ADA clearances, and open outward. In the 1993 Addition, Classroom doors are not adequately recessed, have proper ADA clearances, and open outward.

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4.11

Building security systems are provided to assure uninterrupted operation of the educational program Security systems are inadequately provided and are in fair condition.

10

4.12

Flooring (including ramps and stairways) is maintained in a non-slip condition VCT, VAT, terrazzo, sealed concrete, rubber, and quarry tile flooring has been well maintained throughout the facility.

4.13

Stair risers (interior and exterior) do not exceed 6 1/2 inches and range in number from 3 - 16 Stair treads and risers are properly designed and meet requirements.

4.14

Glass is properly located and protected with wire or safety material to prevent accidental student injury Glass at exterior door transoms and sidelights is tempered for safety. Interior glazing is not code compliant.

4.15

Fixed Projections in the traffic areas do not extend more than eight inches from the corridor wall

Electric water coolers have not been recessed in the Corridor wall, but meet ADA requirements and do not impede traffic flow in the Corridors.

4.16

Traffic areas terminate at an exit or a stairway leading to an egress

Exits are properly located to allow safe egress from the building. Stairways empty to the exterior, or adjacent to a Corridor leading to the exterior.

Emergency Safety

Points Allocated

Points

4.17

Adequate fire safety equipment is properly located The facility is not sprinkled. Fire alarm devices are provided adequately. Fire extinguishers are adequately provided.

15

10

4.18

There are at least two independent exits from any point in the building Multiple exits are provided from Corridors throughout the facility.

15

12

4.19

Fire-resistant materials are used throughout the structure

15

12

The overall facility has a steel frame with brick veneer on a non-load bearing masonry exterior wall system, which displayed locations of minor deterioration, and is in good to fair condition. Interior walls are concrete masonry units, brick, glazed block, metal stud framed partitions with gypsum board, wood framed partitions with wood paneling and operable partition walls, and are in good to fair condition.

4.20

Automatic and manual emergency alarm system with a distinctive sound and flashing light is provided

15

13

The fire alarm is provided with manual and automatic actuation, and is provided with horn and visual indicating devices in all required areas.

TOTAL - Building Safety and Security Back to Assessment Summary

200

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5.0 Educational Adequacy


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Academic Learning Space

Points Allocated

Points

5.1

Size of academic learning areas meets desirable standards

25

15

The average Classroom in the 1966 Original Construction is 864 and 807 SF compared to 900 SF required by the OSDM. The average Classroom in the 1993 Addition is 806 SF compared to 900 SF required by the OSDM.

5.2

Classroom space permits arrangements for small group activity

15

Undersized Classrooms do not allow sufficient space for effective small group activities. Small group activity is located in Common space outside the Classrooms

5.3

Location of academic learning areas is near related educational activities and away from disruptive noise

10

The Gymnasium is properly isolated from the academic learning areas to reduce distractions. The Music Room is located adjacent to academic learning areas, which can be distracting.

5.4

Personal space in the classroom away from group instruction allows privacy time for individual students Undersized Classrooms do not permit privacy time for individual students.

10

5.5

Storage for student materials is adequate Storage cubbies, located in the Classroom, are adequately provided for student storage.

10

5.6

Storage for teacher materials is adequate Casework is adequately provided for storage of teacher materials.

10

Special Learning Space

Points Allocated

Points

5.7

Size of special learning area(s) meets standards The Special Education Classroom is 1788 SF compared to 900 SF recommended in the OSDM.

15

15

5.8

Design of specialized learning area(s) is compatible with instructional need Special Education spaces are properly designed to meet instructional needs.

10

10

5.9

Library/Resource/Media Center provides appropriate and attractive space

10

The Media Center is 1,209 SF compared to 2,153 SF recommended in the OSDM. The Library is not visually appealing and does not provide natural light.

5.10

Gymnasium (or covered P.E. area) adequately serves physical education instruction The Gymnasium is 3,239 SF compared to 3,500-5,000 SF recommended in the OSDM.

5.11

ES MS/HS

Pre-kindergarten and kindergarten space is appropriate for age of students and nature of instruction Science program is provided sufficient space and equipment

10

Pre-K and Kindergarten spaces are undersized, and do not provide adequate instruction space.

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5.12

Music Program is provided adequate sound treated space The Music Room is 977 SF compared to 1,800-3,000 recommended in the OSDM.

5.13

Space for art is appropriate for special instruction, supplies, and equipment

The Art Room is 906 SF compared to 1,200 SF recommended in the OSDM. The Art Room is undersized and does not provide sufficient space for storage of supplies and equipment.

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Points Allocated

Points

5.14

Space for technology education permits use of state-of-the-art equipment

The facility is not provided with Computer Labs for student use, provides six mobile Computer Labs on secured carts, but does not meet OSFC requirements for technology.

5.15

Space for small groups and remedial instruction is provided adjacent to classrooms Common areas are provided in the Corridor outside the Classrooms for small groups and remedial instruction.

5.16

Storage for student and teacher material is adequate Casework and storage cubbies have been adequately provided for storage of teacher and student materials.

Support Space

Points Allocated

Points

5.17

Teachers lounge and work areas reflect teachers as professionals The Teachers Lounge is 386 SF compared to 450-900 SF, for 8-24 staff, recommended in the OSDM.

10

5.18

Cafeteria/Kitchen is attractive with sufficient space for seating/dining, delivery, storage, and food preparation

10

The Student Dining space is 2,398 SF compared to 3,000 SF recommended in the OSDM, and is attractive with adequate space for seating. The Kitchen space is 1,386 SF compared to 2,153 SF recommended in the OSDM.

5.19

Administrative offices provided are consistent in appearance and function with the maturity of the students served Administrative Offices are not adequately provided for Elementary and Middle School students.

5.20

Counselors office insures privacy and sufficient storage

The Counselors Office is 218 SF compared to 120 SF, 85 SF of storage is provided compared to 100 SF, and there is no Conference room compared to the 200 SF, recommended in the OSDM.

5.21

Clinic is near administrative offices and is equipped to meet requirements

The Clinic is 62 SF compared to 370 SF recommended in the OSDM. The Clinic is located within the Administrative Offices and lacks required equipment.

5.22

Suitable reception space is available for students, teachers, and visitors Reception space consists of approximately 263 SF compared to 200-400 SF recommended by the OSDM.

5.23

Administrative personnel are provided sufficient work space and privacy

The Administrative area consists of approximately 1,311 SF for the principal, assistant principal, secretary, Conference Room, Storage, Copy Room, and Restroom, compared to 2,600 SF recommended by the OSDM.

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TOTAL - Educational Adequacy Back to Assessment Summary

200

117

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6.0 Environment for Education


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Exterior Environment

Points Allocated

Points

6.1

Overall design is aesthetically pleasing to age of students The building is a utilitarian design with typical detailing, which is aesthetically acceptable.

15

12

6.2

Site and building are well landscaped

10

The site is moderately landscaped with mature shade trees, ornamental trees, and shrubs which define the property and emphasize the building entrance.

6.3

Exterior noise and poor environment do not disrupt learning The site is adjacent to residential uses, and there are no undesirable features adjacent to the school site.

10

6.4

Entrances and walkways are sheltered from sun and inclement weather The main entrance to the School is completely sheltered.

10

6.5

Building materials provide attractive color and texture Exterior building materials consist of brick and concrete, which provides an acceptable color and texture.

Interior Environment

Points Allocated

Points

6.6

Color schemes, building materials, and decor provide an impetus to learning

20

16

The color palette is comprised of a warm base with accent color of more saturated hues. School colors are reflected in the Gymnasium. The use of repeated colors and materials gives the building some unity and a sense of consistency.

6.7

Year around comfortable temperature and humidity are provided throughout the building The facility is not air conditioned to provide year-round temperature and humidity control.

15

6.8

Ventilating system provides adequate quiet circulation of clean air and meets 15cfm VBC requirement

15

The ventilating systems do not provide an adequate quantity of ventilation air to the spaces. Ventilation systems introduce minimal noise into the teaching and learning areas.

6.9

Lighting system provides proper intensity, diffusion, and distribution of illumination

15

The lighting system does not provide proper intensity in some areas. Location of lighting fixtures provides uneven distribution of illumination. Diffusion of illumination is adequately provided by the light fixture lenses in some areas.

6.10

Drinking fountains and restroom facilities are conveniently located

15

12

The OBC requires one drinking fountain per 100 occupants. The building capacity requires 7 drinking fountains. The existing facility has 4 drinking fountains. ADA requires that 50 percent of drinking fountains be accessible. 4 of the drinking fountains are accessible. Classrooms are provided with drinking fountains.

6.11

Communication among students is enhanced by commons area(s) for socialization

10

There are areas for students to gather in the Student Dining area and Gymnasium, as well as a small gathering area at the entrance to the school.

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6.12

Traffic flow is aided by appropriate foyers and corridors Corridors and Foyers are adequately designed for efficient traffic flow.

10

6.13

Areas for students to interact are suitable to the age group

10

There are areas for students to gather in the Student Dining area, Gymnasium, as well as a small gathering areas at exterior yard areas.

6.14

Large group areas are designed for effective management of students The Gymnasium is adequately designed to manage large groups of students.

10

6.15

Acoustical treatment of ceilings, walls, and floors provides effective sound control No acoustical treatment has been provided.

10

6.16

Window design contributes to a pleasant environment The windows are fairly well designed to contribute to a pleasant environment.

10

6.17

Furniture and equipment provide a pleasing atmosphere Classroom furniture is mismatched and in fair to poor condition.

10

TOTAL - Environment for Education Back to Assessment Summary

200

124

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LEED Observation Notes


School District: County: School District IRN: Building: Building IRN: Sustainable Sites Construction process can have a harmful effect on local ecology, especially when buildings are build on productive agricultural, wildlife or open areas. Several measures can be take however to prevent the impact on undeveloped lands or to improve previously contaminated sites. Appropriate location reduces the need for private transportation and helps to prevent an increase in air pollution. Developing buildings in urban areas and on brownfield sites instead of greenfield locations has economical and environmental benefits. Controlling stormwater runoff and erosion can prevent the worsening of water quality in receiving bodies of water and the impact on aquatic life. Once the building is constructed, its important to decrease heat island effects and reduce the light pollution on the site. (source: LEED Reference Guide, 2001:9) The amount of asphalt will contribute to a heat island effect for non-roofs (see SS Credit 7.1) and does not effectively maximize open space (see SS Credit 5.2). The size of the parking area exceeds the amount required with 85 parking spaces provided and 68 spaces required (see SS Credit 4.4). Roof surfaces have low reflectance and high thermal emittance and will contribute to a heat island effect. Cool Roofs are not currently utilized to reduce heat island effect (see SS Credit 7.2). Water Efficiency In the US ca. 340 billion gallons of fresh water are withdrawn daily from surface sources, 65% of which is discharged later after use. Water is also withdrawn from underground aquifers The excessive usage of water results in the current water deficit, estimated at 3,700 billion gallons. Water efficiency measures in commercial buildings can reduce water usage by at least 30%. Low-flow fixtures, sensors or using non potable water for landscape irrigation, toilet flushing and building systems are just some of available strategies. Not only do they result in environmental savings, but also bring about financial benefits, related to lower water use fees, lower sewage volumes to treat and energy use reductions. (source: LEED Reference Guide, 2001:65) Currently there are no measures to reduce wastewater or water usage. There are not areas in the landscape established to provide on-site retention as needed. Drainage is predominantly sheet flow toward catch basins which converge into the city storm system. There are minimal landscape features of grass, deciduous trees, conifers, shrubs, and some flora, with most of the open site being covered with asphalt and concrete. The overall facility does not contain any water-efficient fixtures or appliances to meet LEED requirements. The assessment calls for fixture replacement, which would include the addition of electrical flush sensors. In areas where electrical flush sensors could be costly and difficult to install, battery operated sensors would be best. Roof areas and drains are such that storm water retention / collection will be difficult to achieve. Energy & Atmosphere Buildings in the US account for more than 30% of the total energy use and for approximately 60% of electricity. 75% of energy is derived from the burning of fossil fuels, which releases CO2 into the Atmosphere and contributes to global warming. Moreover, coal fired electric utilities release nitrogen oxides and sulfur dioxide, where the former contribute to smog and the latter to acid rain. Other types of energy production are not less harmful. Burning of natural gas produces nitrogen oxides and greenhouse gases as well, nuclear power creates nuclear wastes, while hydroelectric generating plants disrupt natural water flows. Luckily there are several practices that can reduce energy consumption and are environmentally and economically beneficial. Not only will they reduce the air pollution and mitigate global warming thanks to being less dependent on power plants, but also they will reduce operational costs and will quickly pay back. In order to make the most of those practices, its important to adopt a holistic approach to the buildings energy load and integrate different energy saving strategies. (source: LEED Reference Guide, 2001:93) The overall facility is equipped with HVAC equipment that, due to age, condition, and inefficiency, does not provide appropriate energy controls or recovery to meet LEED requirements. Most equipment in the overall facility is natural gas fired, but could be updated to electric fired. The District does not produce their own energy or buy energy credits to meet LEED requirements. The site is such that solar panel installation could be accomplished. Material & Resources The steps related to process building materials, such as extraction, processing and transportation are not environmentally natural, as they pollute the air, water and use natural resources. Construction and demolition wastes account for 40% of the solid waste stream in the US. Reusing existing documents is one of the best strategies to reduce solid wastes volumes and prevents then from ending up at landfills. It also reduces habitat disturbance and minimizes the need for the surrounding infrastructure. While using new materials one should take into account different material sources. Salvaged materials provide savings on material costs, recycled content material minimizes waste products and local materials reduce the environmental impact of transportation. Finally, using rapidly renewable materials and certified wood decreases the consumption of natural resources. Recycling and reusing construction waste is another strategy to be taken into consideration in sustainable design. (source: LEED Reference Guide, 2001:167) The facility does provide for storage and collection of recyclables (see MR Prerequisite 1). Indoor Environmental Quality As we spend a big majority of our time indoors, the emphasis should be put on optimal indoor environmental quality strategies while (re)designing a building . Otherwise, a poor IEQ will have adverse effects on occupants health, productivity and quality of life. IEQ strategies such as ventilation effectiveness and control of contaminants or a building flush-out prior to occupancy can reduce potential liability, increase the market value of the building but can also result in a significantly higher productivity (16%). Other strategies involve automatic sensors and controls, introducing fresh air to the building or providing lots of daylighting views. (source: LEED Reference Guide, 2001:215) Corridors and Classrooms feature hard, easy to clean surfaces, but do not provide acoustical measure other than ceiling tile (see EQ Credit 9). The overall facility is equipped with HVAC equipment that, due to age, condition, and inefficiency, does not provide appropriate indoor air quality or controls to meet LEED requirements. Existing site / building layout, coupled with existing window opening sizes, might make achieving some LEED credits difficult and costly. Innovation & Design Process This category is aimed at recognizing projects that implemented innovative building features and sustainable building knowledge, and whose strategy or measure results exceeded those which are required by the LEED Rating System. Expertise in sustainable design is the key element of the innovative design and construction process. (source: LEED Reference Guide, 2001:271) This building does not implement innovative building features and sustainable building knowledge which exceed results which are required by the LEED Rating System. Forest Hills Local SD Hamilton 47340 Maddux Elem 21949

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Justification for Allocation of Points

Building Name and Level:

Maddux Elem K-6

Building features that clearly exceed criteria: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Building features that are non-existent or very inadequate: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Back to Assessment Summary This facility is not ADA accessible. This facility does not have a fire suppression system. This facility has an unprotected stair tower. This facility is reported to contain asbestos and other hazardous materials. This facility does not provide for Locker Rooms and Science Labs for the 6th Grade. An Outdoor Classroom is provided at this facility on the northwest side of the building. WIFI technology is provided throughout the building.

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Environmental Hazards Assessment Cost Estimates


Owner: Forest Hills Local SD Facility: Maddux Elem Date of Initial Assessment: Aug 22, 2013 Date of Assessment Update: Oct 29, 2013 Cost Set: 2013 District IRN: 47340 Building IRN: 21949 Firm: SBDP

Scope remains unchanged after cost updates. Building Addition 1966 Original Construction 1993 Classroom Addition Total Total with Regional Cost Factor (98.14%) Regional Total with Soft Costs & Contingency Addition Area (sf) Total of Environmental Hazards Assessment Cost Estimates Renovation Demolition 57,257 $83,282.60 $73,282.60 4,405 $44.10 $44.10 61,662 $83,326.70 $73,326.70 $81,776.82 $71,962.82 $101,755.15 $89,543.56

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Environmental Hazards - Forest Hills Local SD (47340) - Maddux Elem (21949) - Original Construction Environmental Hazards - Forest Hills Local SD (47340) - Maddux Elem (21949) - Original Construction

Owner: Facility: Date:

Forest Hills Local SD Maddux Elem 2009-01-30

Bldg. IRN: BuildingAdd: Consultant Name:

21949 Original Construction MAC Paran

A. Asbestos Containing Material (ACM) ACM Found 1. Boiler/Furnace Insulation Removal 2. Breeching Insulation Removal 3. Tank Insulation Removal 4. Duct Insulation Removal 5. Pipe Insulation Removal 6. Pipe Fitting Insulation Removal 7. Pipe Insulation Removal (Crawlspace/Tunnel) 8. Pipe Fitting Insulation Removal (Crawlspace/Tunnel) 9. Pipe Insulation Removal (Hidden in Walls/Ceilings) 10. Dismantling of Boiler/Furnace/Incinerator 11. Flexible Duct Connection Removal 12. Acoustical Plaster Removal 13. Fireproofing Removal 14. Hard Plaster Removal 15. Gypsum Board Removal 16. Acoustical Panel/Tile Ceiling Removal 17. Laboratory Table/Counter Top Removal 18. Cement Board Removal 19. Electric Cord Insulation Removal 20. Light (Reflector) Fixture Removal 21. Sheet Flooring with Friable Backer Removal 22. Fire Door Removal 23. Door and Window Panel Removal 24. Decontamination of Crawlspace/Chase/Tunnel 25. Soil Removal 26. Non-ACM Ceiling/Wall Removal (for access) 27. Window Component (Compound, Tape, or Caulk) - Reno & Demo 28. Window Component (Compound, Tape, or Caulk) - Reno Only 29. Resilient Flooring Removal, Including Mastic 30. Carpet Mastic Removal 31. Carpet Removal (over RFC) 32. Acoustical Tile Mastic Removal 33. Sink Undercoating Removal 34. Roofing Removal 35. (Sum of Lines 1-34) 36. (Sum of Lines 1-12, 14-34) B. Removal Of Underground Storage Tanks Tank No. 1. (Sum of Lines 1-0) Location Age

AFM=Asbestos Free Material Status Quantity Unit Cost Estimated Cost Not Present 0 $10.00 $0.00 Reported Asbestos-Containing Material 42 $10.00 $420.00 Not Present 0 $8.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $8.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $10.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $20.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $12.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $30.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $15.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $2,000.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $100.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $7.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $25.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $7.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $6.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $3.00 $0.00 Reported Asbestos-Containing Material 2 $100.00 $200.00 Not Present 0 $5.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $1.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $50.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $4.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $100.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $100.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $3.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $150.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $2.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $300.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $300.00 $0.00 Reported Asbestos-Containing Material 24040 $3.00 $72,120.00 Not Present 0 $2.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $1.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $3.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $100.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $2.00 $0.00 Total Asb. Hazard Abatement Cost for Renovation Work $72,740.00 Total Asb. Hazard Abatement Cost for Demolition Work $72,740.00 None Reported Product Stored Size Total Cost For Removal Of Underground Storage Tanks Est.Rem.Cost $0.00

C. Lead-Based Paint (LBP) - Renovation Only 1. Estimated Cost For Abatement Contractor to Perform Lead Mock-Ups 2. Special Engineering Fees for LBP Mock-Ups 3. (Sum of Lines 1-2) D. Fluorescent Lamps & Ballasts Recycling/Incineration Area Of Building Addition 1. 57257 5426 E. Other Environmental Hazards/Remarks 1. (Sum of Lines 1-0) 2. (Sum of Lines 1-0)

Addition Constructed after 1980 $5,000.00 $5,000.00 Total Cost for Lead-Based Paint Mock-Ups $10,000.00 Not Applicable Total Cost $542.60 None Reported Cost Estimate $0.00 $0.00

Square Feet w/Fluorescent Lamps & Ballasts

Unit Cost $0.10

Description Total Cost for Other Environmental Hazards - Renovation Total Cost for Other Environmental Hazards - Demolition

F. Environmental Hazards Assessment Cost Estimate Summaries 1. A35, B1, C3, D1, and E1 2. A36, B1, D1, and E2 * INSPECTION ASSUMPTIONS for Reported/Assumed Asbestos-Free Materials (Rep/Asm AFM): a. b.

Total Cost for Env. Hazards Work - Renovation Total Cost for Env. Hazards Work - Demolition

$83,282.60 $73,282.60

Unless reported otherwise by the District, materials installed after 1980 are assumed to be asbestos-free. Unless reported otherwise by the District, small quantities (less than 1,000 square feet) of the following materials are assumed to be asbestos free: hard plaster, acoustical plaster and gypsum board systems; acoustical panels and tiles; fireproofing; 12""12" floor tile and mastic. Unless reported otherwise by the District, all roofing materials are assumed to be asbestos-free.

c.

THESE MATERIALS SHOULD BE PROPERLY SAMPLED AND ANALYZED FOR ASBESTOS PRIOR TO DISTURBING THEM.

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Environmental Hazards - Forest Hills Local SD (47340) - Maddux Elem (21949) - Classroom Addition Environmental Hazards - Forest Hills Local SD (47340) - Maddux Elem (21949) - Classroom Addition

Owner: Facility: Date:

Forest Hills Local SD Maddux Elem 2009-01-30

Bldg. IRN: BuildingAdd: Consultant Name:

21949 Classroom Addition MAC Paran AFM=Asbestos Free Material Estimated Cost $10.00 $0.00 $10.00 $0.00 $8.00 $0.00 $8.00 $0.00 $10.00 $0.00 $20.00 $0.00 $12.00 $0.00 $30.00 $0.00 $15.00 $0.00 $2,000.00 $0.00 $100.00 $0.00 $7.00 $0.00 $25.00 $0.00 $7.00 $0.00 $6.00 $0.00 $3.00 $0.00 $100.00 $0.00 $5.00 $0.00 $1.00 $0.00 $50.00 $0.00 $4.00 $0.00 $100.00 $0.00 $100.00 $0.00 $3.00 $0.00 $150.00 $0.00 $2.00 $0.00 $300.00 $0.00 $300.00 $0.00 $3.00 $0.00 $2.00 $0.00 $1.00 $0.00 $3.00 $0.00 $100.00 $0.00 $2.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 None Reported

A. Asbestos Containing Material (ACM) ACM Found 1. Boiler/Furnace Insulation Removal 2. Breeching Insulation Removal 3. Tank Insulation Removal 4. Duct Insulation Removal 5. Pipe Insulation Removal 6. Pipe Fitting Insulation Removal 7. Pipe Insulation Removal (Crawlspace/Tunnel) 8. Pipe Fitting Insulation Removal (Crawlspace/Tunnel) 9. Pipe Insulation Removal (Hidden in Walls/Ceilings) 10. Dismantling of Boiler/Furnace/Incinerator 11. Flexible Duct Connection Removal 12. Acoustical Plaster Removal 13. Fireproofing Removal 14. Hard Plaster Removal 15. Gypsum Board Removal 16. Acoustical Panel/Tile Ceiling Removal 17. Laboratory Table/Counter Top Removal 18. Cement Board Removal 19. Electric Cord Insulation Removal 20. Light (Reflector) Fixture Removal 21. Sheet Flooring with Friable Backer Removal 22. Fire Door Removal 23. Door and Window Panel Removal 24. Decontamination of Crawlspace/Chase/Tunnel 25. Soil Removal 26. Non-ACM Ceiling/Wall Removal (for access) 27. Window Component (Compound, Tape, or Caulk) - Reno & Demo 28. Window Component (Compound, Tape, or Caulk) - Reno Only 29. Resilient Flooring Removal, Including Mastic 30. Carpet Mastic Removal 31. Carpet Removal (over RFC) 32. Acoustical Tile Mastic Removal 33. Sink Undercoating Removal 34. Roofing Removal 35. (Sum of Lines 1-34) 36. (Sum of Lines 1-12, 14-34) B. Removal Of Underground Storage Tanks Tank No. 1. (Sum of Lines 1-0) Location Age

Status Quantity Unit Cost Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Total Asb. Hazard Abatement Cost for Renovation Work Total Asb. Hazard Abatement Cost for Demolition Work

Product Stored Size Total Cost For Removal Of Underground Storage Tanks

Est.Rem.Cost $0.00

C. Lead-Based Paint (LBP) - Renovation Only 1. Estimated Cost For Abatement Contractor to Perform Lead Mock-Ups 2. Special Engineering Fees for LBP Mock-Ups 3. (Sum of Lines 1-2) D. Fluorescent Lamps & Ballasts Recycling/Incineration Area Of Building Addition 1. 4405 441 E. Other Environmental Hazards/Remarks 1. (Sum of Lines 1-0) 2. (Sum of Lines 1-0) Description Total Cost for Other Environmental Hazards - Renovation Total Cost for Other Environmental Hazards - Demolition

Addition Constructed after 1980 $0.00 $0.00 Total Cost for Lead-Based Paint Mock-Ups $0.00 Not Applicable Total Cost $44.10 None Reported Cost Estimate $0.00 $0.00

Square Feet w/Fluorescent Lamps & Ballasts

Unit Cost $0.10

F. Environmental Hazards Assessment Cost Estimate Summaries 1. A35, B1, C3, D1, and E1 2. A36, B1, D1, and E2 * INSPECTION ASSUMPTIONS for Reported/Assumed Asbestos-Free Materials (Rep/Asm AFM): a. b.

Total Cost for Env. Hazards Work - Renovation Total Cost for Env. Hazards Work - Demolition

$44.10 $44.10

Unless reported otherwise by the District, materials installed after 1980 are assumed to be asbestos-free. Unless reported otherwise by the District, small quantities (less than 1,000 square feet) of the following materials are assumed to be asbestos free: hard plaster, acoustical plaster and gypsum board systems; acoustical panels and tiles; fireproofing; 12""12" floor tile and mastic. Unless reported otherwise by the District, all roofing materials are assumed to be asbestos-free.

c.

THESE MATERIALS SHOULD BE PROPERLY SAMPLED AND ANALYZED FOR ASBESTOS PRIOR TO DISTURBING THEM.

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