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Title: CASBO MO 102


1
CASBOMO 102
  • Presented by
  • Jeff Altemus, Deputy Supt. Marion School District
  • April 10,2013

2
How to turn a 4 classroom project into a 4 year
project
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3
Propose to Demolish the Old School
4
Marion School 2012
5
Things to consider
  • Sentimental Value
  • Other uses
  • Cost of Renovation
  • Availability of other sites to build

6
Marion School Demolished 2012
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Planning for Construction or Renovation
  • So your district wants to build a facility!
  • What Now?

8
Types of Educational Facilities
  • Elementary and Secondary Schools
  • Offices
  • Auditoriums
  • Stadiums
  • Maintenance Facilities
  • Athletic Facilities
  • Transportation Facilities

9
How Do We Begin ?
  • What to build
  • For whom
  • How much will it cost
  • How do we pay for it

10
What to build and for whom
  • Millage increase or not? Bond Dealer?
  • If you need a millage increase you may build
    more than you initially intended
  • Many districts can pass a millage if their staff
    will support it and Vote!
  • A scope of construction and millage needs will be
    determined simultaneously

11
Show Me the Money
  • Partnership Funding
  • FEMA Funds
  • Other Grants
  • Bond Refinancing
  • Second lien bonds
  • New bonds from millage increase
  • Building Fund Balances

12
Money for What?
  • Design Process
  • Construction Process
  • Equipment
  • Furnishings

13
Design Process
  • How to identify projects
  • Is it on the Masterplan- Additional space or
    Condition of existing space
  • Space Calculator

14
Design Process
  • How to identify projects
  • Local Input
  • Board and Community
  • Administration
  • Faculty and Staff

15
Design Process
  • How to identify projects
  • Select a Design Firm ( Architect)
  • Conduct interviews- What kind of questions
  • Relevant work experience
  • Recent Work Experience
  • Do they welcome input from the client?
  • Hard Bid or CMGC
  • CHECK REFERENCES

16
Design Process
  • Determine your method of Project Delivery
  • Hard Bid- General Contractor
  • Construction Manager General Contractor

17
Design Process
  • Hard Bid General Contractor
  • Fixed price from bid opening
  • May be difficult to budget
  • May require alternates to get into budget
  • Plans should be complete before bid
  • Contractor competes to have lowest price on bid
    day
  • Possibility for limited cost review during design

18
Design Process
  • CMGC- Construction Manager General Contractor
  • Provides a guaranteed maximum price(GMP)
  • Ability to design and evaluate costs as project
    develops
  • Can require bids on all trade packages
  • Contractors database for subs
  • Overhead may be higher than GC
  • Savings may be shared with CMGC

19
Get INPUT
  • Community meeting
  • Board
  • Administrators
  • Faculty and Staff ( includes maintenance and
    Custodial staff)

20
Use and Shape INPUT
  • Develop Plans and specs that fit within allocated
    budget and meet or exceed scope of project as
    identified by input from meetings

21
Give Direction to Design Team
  • School and Design Team determine scope of project
  • Provide Design Team with District Design
    Standards
  • Require deviation from Standards to have District
    approval
  • Develop Standards for Systems in building Fire,
    Electrical, IT

22
Build IT
  • Build it with GC or CMGC
  • Supervise Process
  • Watch for deviation from plans and specs
  • Communicate with Contractor and Design team
    during construction ( scheduled meetings and site
    visits)
  • Get good closeout documents

23
Horror Stories
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Success Stories
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Success Stories
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Success Stories
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Success Stories
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Success Stories
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Success Stories
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Success Stories
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Marion School District Design Standards
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DIVISION 0 - CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT 00010 BID
INVITATION (Prepared by CM) 00020 INSTRUCTIONS TO
BIDDERS (Prepared by CM) 00030 BID FORM
(SUBCONTRACTOR) (Prepared by CM) 00035 BID FORM
(MATERIAL PACKAGE SUPPLIER) (Prepared by
CM) 00040 AGREEMENT FORM 00050 BONDS 00060 GENERAL
CONDITIONS 00070 SUPPLEMENTARY GENERAL
CONDITIONS 00080 ARKANSAS FACILITIES APPENDIX "D"
EXCERPTS 00220 GEOTECHNICAL DATA (Available upon
request) 00310 PROJECT SCHEDULE (Prepared by CM)
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DIVISION 1 - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 01100 SUMMARY
(Prepared by CM) 01120 MULTIPLE BID PACKAGE
SUMMARY 01200 PRICE AND PAYMENT PROCEDURES A.
Door Hardware Allowance 250 per interior door
500 per exterior door Approx 15 B. Face
Brick Allowance - 450 per one thousand C.
Carpet Allowance - 32/sy for material/taxes/
delivery only. Installation provided
separately 01300 ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS A.
Supervision including project manager, project
superintendent and general superintendent.
Miscellaneous general conditions including clean
up, dumpster rental drinking water, purchase
documents and courier fees
36
01310 PROJECT SIGN 01400 QUALITY
REQUIREMENTS 01500 TEMPORARY FACILITIES AND
CONTROLS A. Field office trailer, tool shed,
chemical toilets, fax/copy machine and office
supplies, temporary fire protection, first aid
supplies, safety supplies and safety director.
Temporary utilities including job telephone,
temporary electric, and temporary water. Job
equipment including small tools, miscellaneous
equipment rental, truck rental, gas and oil,
printing cost, advertisement, and miscellaneous
hauling.
37
  • 01600 PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS
  • 01701 EXECUTION AND CLOSEOUT REQUIREMENTS
  • Manufacturer's operation and maintenance
    brochures
  • Emergency instructions
  • Spare parts list
  • Wiring diagrams
  • Copies of Warranties
  • As Built Plans Digital and Paper

38
DIVISION 2 SITE CONSTRUCTION 02080 PIPED
UTILITIES GEOTHERMAL 02200 EROSION CONTROL K.
Compaction Testing
02210 RAMMED AGGREGATE PIER SOIL
REINFORCEMENT 02260 FINISH GRADING 02552 GROUND
LOOP, HEAT PUMPS 02300 EARTHWORK
GEOTHERMAL Clearing and grubbing of entire site,
stripping of six inches of topsoil to be used
as back fill.
39
02361 TERMITE CONTROL 02630 STORM DRAINAGE
PIPING 02631 STORM DRAINAGE/INLETS AND
BOXES 02821 TEMPORARY CHAIN-LINK FENCES AND
GATES 02920 LAWN AND GRASSES A. Entire site
disturbed by construction to be hydro-seeded
40
DIVISION 3 CONCRETE 03100 CONCRETE
FORMWORK 03200 CONCRETE REINFORCEMENT 03300 CAST-I
N-PLACE CONCRETE
41
  • DIVISION 4 MASONRY
  • 04810 UNIT MASONRY ASSEMBLIES
  • Allowance See Section 01200
  • Match adjacent buildings 2 colors
  • Modular Brick Solid brick for sills and caps,
  • control joints to match brick
  • D. Two piece adjustable veneer ties equal to
  • HB Seismic Anchors
  • E. Flashing Laminated copper sheet,
  • bonded with asphalt b/w 2 layers glass fiber
    cloth
  • F. CMU Bull nose _at_ exposed corners
  • G. Weeps
  • H. Mortar Nets ?
  • I. Control Joints Match Brick

42
DIVISION 5 METALS 05120 STRUCTURAL
STEEL 05210 STEEL BAR JOISTS 05310 METAL
DECKING 05520 METAL RAILINGS A. Stainless steel
pipe handrails typical for wearing
surfaces DIVISION 6 - WOOD AND PLASTICS 06100
ROUGH CARPENTRY DIVISION 7 - THERMAL AND
MOISTURE PROTECTION 07210 BUILDING INSULATION
43
  • 07214 FOAMED-IN-PLACE INSULATION
  • "Spray Polyurethane Foam" Dow Chemical
  • Closed cell foam insulation min. 96
  • R-Valve 6.5 per inch
  • 07410 WALL AND SOFFIT METAL PANELS
  • 07411 METAL ROOF PANELS
  • 07552 SBS-MODIFIED BITUMINOUS MEMBRANE ROOFING
  • 20 yr. Full System Warranty including all metal
    flashing, coping, penetrations, etc.
  • 5/8" Type "X" GYP. (When roof rating required)
  • 3" (2 Layers 1 1/2" Roof Insulation)
  • 1/2" Overlay board
  • Tapered Insulation 1/2" slope

44
  • 07620 SHEET METAL FLASHING AND TRIM
  • All exterior roof expansion joint covers to be
  • prefinished aluminum equal to "C/S Group"
  • B. Roof to Roof Profile "SRJ"
  • C. Wall to Roof Profile "SRJW
  • 07920 JOINT SEALANTS

45
  • DIVISION 8 - DOORS AND WINDOWS AND GLASS
  • 08100 STEEL DOORS AND FRAMES
  • Provide reinforcing _at_ closers
  • All exterior doors and frames to be hot dipped
    galvanized
  • 08211 FLUSH WOOD DOORS
  • LPDL (Low-Pressure Decorative Laminate)
  • Solid Core
  • Vision Lite (6"x36") Strike side stile to be a
    minimum of 8"

46
  • 08410 ALUMINUM ENTRANCES AND STOREFRONTS
  • All storefront and curtain wall equal to
    Vistawall
  • Interior Glass Walls HP-175 )1-3/4"x 6")
  • Interior Windows FG 2000 1/4" glazing only
  • (1-3/4" -4-1/2")
  • D. Exterior Storefront/Windows Series 3000
    Multiplane
  • (2" x 4-1/2")

47
  • E. Exterior Curtain Wall CW250 (2-1/2" x
    7-1/4")
  • Verify color and finish
  • Note on drawings where operable
  • Windows are used for egress.
  • Provide note in spec to refer to elevations
  • for locations.
  • 5. Thermally broken _at_ exterior
  • 6. No windows shall extend to grade
  • where concrete walks are not present to
  • protect glass from thrown rocks by mowers

7. Tempered where required by code
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  • ALUMINUM ENTRANCES (RUGGED MS DOOR)
  • ALUMINUM STOREFRONTS
  • INTERIOR WINDOWS (FG-2000)
  • 08520 ALUMINUM WINDOWS
  • Single hung windows equal to All Seasons
  • Operable Model 2665 (3-5/8" Deep) Max size 60"
    x 96"
  • Verify color and finish
  • Operable sash to have "Optional Auto Sill" to
    meet ADA
  • 08810 GLASS GLAZING
  • Low-E coating on East, West and South Elevations
    min.
  • Low-E coating to be on 3rd surface

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  • DIVISION 9 FINISHES
  • 09260 GYPSUM BOARD ASSEMBLIES
  • No Gypsum board walls unless approved by school
    district.
  • All framed walls to have sound batt. Insulation
    unless noted otherwise
  • Fry Reglet reveals Verify note on drawings. Note
    any special locations.
  • A 3/4" Reveal Fry Reglet DRM-635-75 aluminum
    or equal, typical
  • B 3/4" Contemporary Reveal Fry Reglet CDRM
    625-75 Aluminum or equal, typical
  • C "3" Molding Fry Reglet JDM-625 Aluminum or
    equal. Use wherever drywall edge is exposed.
  • D "F" Molding Fry Reglet VPRF-625-50 Aluminum
    or equal. Use where drywall butts against other
    material (i.e. brick, concrete block) for both
    walls and ceiling.

50
  • 09310 CERAMIC TILE
  • Grout type Epoxy dark
  • Tile on wet walls behind toilet and urinal
    fixtures
  • Floor to Wall Transition Base Schluter PVC
    "Dilex-Eke"
  • Flooring transition Schluter Stainless Steel
    "Reno-U"
  • Wall Corner Edge Schluter PVC " Rondec"

51
  • 09512 ACOUSTICAL TILE CEILINGS
  • Ceiling as manufactured by "Armstrong"
  • Typical Grid STF 15/16"
  • Classrooms 3/4" Fine Fissured, Humiguard
    BioBlock
  • Corridors Offices 5/8" Fine Fissured,
    Humiguard BioBlock
  • Indirect Light. Optima Open Plan, Tegular,
    Humiguard, Thickness varies
  • Restroom Grid Hot Galvanized 15/16" with
    aluminum cap

5. Restrooms 1/2" USG Sheetrock, climaplus
52
  • 09651 RESILIENT FLOOR TILE
  • DO NOT USE in new buildings.
  • DO NOT USE where VCT transitions to carpet
    (including from room to room, except in
    corridors).
  • Movement Joints _at_ building expansion Schluter
    "Dilex-EKSB"
  • 09653 RESILIENT WALL BASE AND ACCESSORIES
  • Rubber Base (4") as manufactured by Flexco
  • All corners (outside and inside) to be premolded

53
  • 09680 CARPET
  • Vinyl backing
  • 6' roll
  • Welded Seams
  • 09840 ACOUSTICAL WALL TREATMENT (CEMENTITIOUS
    WOOD FIBER WALL PANELS)
  • Wall panels as manufactured by Tectum, Inc."
  • 1" panel with beveled edges
  • 09910 PAINTING
  • Epoxy Paint restrooms, custodial, laundry,
    kitchen
  • Eggshell Finish typical

54
  • DIVISION 10 SPECIALTIES
  • 10010 HARDWARE WITH ALLOWANCE
  • Door Hardware allowance See Section 01200
  • Hardware Finish US32D Stainless Steel, US26D
    Steel, Brass, Bronze
  • Exterior Closers LCN 4130 4130-3049EDA with
    metal cover
  • Interior Closers LCN 4041 with plastic cover
  • Panic Device Von Duprin 98 Series rim panic with
    keyed dogging

55
DIVISION 10 SPECIALTIES (continued)
F. Lockset Falcon grade 1 lever sets, "Dane"
handles, Must accept "Best" interchangeable
core G. Hinges Hager 4-1/2" x 4-1/2" stainless
steel, full mortise template, ball bearing H.
Door Stop Floor Mounted Rockwood 483, Wall
Mounted Rockwood 403 I. Kickplates
custodial, kitchen, laundry J. Silencers
Rockwood 608
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  • 10100 VISUAL DISPLAY BOARDS
  • Manufactured by "Claridge" or equal
  • Aluminum backing
  • Typical Classroom
  • 1. (2) 4'x4' tackboard

2. (1) 4'x6' markerboard 3. (1) 4'x8'
markerboard
13125 METAL BUILDING SYSTEMS
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  • 10155 TOILET COMPARTMENTS
  • Manufactured by "Accurate Partition Corp." or
    equal
  • Overhead braced and floor anchored
  • Solid Phenolic homogenous thru color
  • Brackets continuous
  • Shoes and Sleeves Stainless Steel
  • Hardware Chrome plated brass
  • Hinges Self-closing, extra heavy duty steel pins
  • Latches and Keepers Surface mounted

58
  • 10431 SIGNS
  • 10520 FIRE PROTECTION SPECIALTIES
  • Manufactured by "JL Industries"
  • Model Semi Recessed 1037 Stainless Steel Cabinet
  • Extinguisher Cosmic 10Ib

59
  • 10801 TOILET AND BATH ACCESSORIES
  • A. Electric Hand Dryer "Xcelerator" Series
    XL-SB, Stainless Steel
  • 1.Provide ceramic tile surround, typical.
    Extend to floor.
  • Paper Towel Dispenser ASI 855 Surface
    Mounted Roll Paper Towel Dispensed
  • 11._ Owner Furnished, tumbler lock, concealed
    anchorage, refill indicator
  • C. Toilet Paper Dispenser ASI 0030 Surface
    Mounted Twin Hide-A-Roll
  • 1. Hinge front, tumbler lockset, stainless
    steel, concealed anchorage, 4.5" x 5"diameter

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D. Soap Dispenser Owner Furnished E. Mirror
ASI 060 Inter-lock Stainless Steel Framed Mirror
16"x 30" F. Grab Bars 1. ADA Compliant,
Stainless Steel, Concealed mounting, slip
resistant finish
DIVISION 11 EQUIPMENT NA DIVISION 12
FURNISHINGS NA
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DIVISION 13 SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION
13125 METAL BUILDING SYSTEMS
A. Roof Panels (Gymnasium) Over Purlins. 24ga
MR-24 standing seam prefinished roof panels, 8"
TLS system over 1.5BA20 acoustical metal deck.
Use 5" clips with 6" batt insulation. Roof
Panels (Support Spaces)
DIVISION 14 CONVEYING SYSTEMS NA
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  • DIVISION 15 MECHANICAL
  • 15010 BASIC MECHANICAL REQUIREMENTS
  • Verify ductwork with structure, provide addition
    structure at cmu walls where required
  • Zone Dampers to be located where accessible for
    maintenance
  • "Automated Logic" controls
  • Air diffusers to be min of 5' from projector
    location
  • Gas Piping welded above grade, painted
  • Kitchen Hood outside air make-up to be as low
    velocity as possible
  • Site PVC Waterlines rubber gaskets _at_ joints (no
    glued joints)

63
15050 BASIC MECHANICAL MATERIALS 15058 MOTOR
REQUIREMENTS FOR HVAC EQUIPMENT 15060 HANGARS AND
SUPPORTS 15074 VIBRATION AND SEISMIC
CONTROLS 15082 PLUMBING INSULATION 15083 HVAC
INSULATION 15140 DOMESTIC WATER
PIPING 15150 SANITARY WASTE AND VENT
PIPING 15410 PLUMBING FIXTURES
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15512 HYDRONIC PIPING 15745 WATER SOURCE HEAT
PUMPS 15815 METAL DUCTS 15820 DUCT
ACCESSORIES 15838 POWER VENTILATORS 15855 DIFFUSSE
RS, REGISTERS GRILLES 15900 HVAC
INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROLS 15950 TESTING,
ADJUSTING AND BALANCES
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  • DIVISION 16 ELECTRICAL
  • 16010 BASIC ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
  • A. Self Sealing Fire Rated Pathways
    Manufactured by "STI"
  • 1.Provide at corridors between buildings
  • B. Light Fixtures DO NOT use emergency ballast
    in any light fixtures
  • C. Classrooms
  • Lighting row of light in front of Smartboard to
    be switched separately
  • Outlets 9 outlets per room (AR Facilities)

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3. Data Extra Deep data outlet with 1-1/2"
conduit stubbed above ceiling for projector
cabling. Outlet must be on same wall as smart
board. 4. Projector provide power outlet above
ceiling with 10' whip. 5. Electrical circuits
for the data projectors need to be on the same
isolated ground as the electrical outlets for
computers 6. Provide 2" sleeve for low voltage
data above door out of classroom. If wall is
rated sleeve to be sealed with fire rated
sealant. 7. Intercom call station and lighting
controls to be on opposite sides of door
67
16060 GROUNDING AND BONDING 16073 HANGERS AND
SUPPORTS FOR ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS 16074 VIBRATION
AND SEISMIC CONTROLS FOR ELECTRICAL
SYSTEMS 16075 ELECTRICAL IDENTIFICATION 16120 COND
UCTORS 16130 RACEWAYS AND BOXES 16140 WIRING
DEVICES 16289 TRANSIENT VOLTAGE
SUPPRESSION 16410 ENCLOSED SWITCHES AND CIRCUIT
BREAKERS 16442 PANELBOARDS Square D
preferred 16500 LIGHTING 16720 DIGITAL,
ADDRESSABLE FIRE-ALARM SYSTEM Simplex
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