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Title: GUTS


1
GUTS GLORY
  • CDBG 2015
  • Technical Compliance

2
Technical Compliance GUTS
  • Sections 4.4 4.7
  • Handbook Application
  • 4.4 4.6 Projects
  • 4.7 Residential Rehab Programs

3
Technical Compliance GUTS
  • Sections 4.4 -4.6
  • Projects
  • ADA, Housing Rehab, Infrastructure, Community

4
Project GUTS
  • 4.4 Site Building Report (non-infrastructure
    projects)
  • Site Building Existing Physical Environmental
    Conditions
  • 4.4 A. Infrastructure Projects
  • Roads, Streets, Utilities, Walks, Parks,
    Landscaping
  • 4.4 B. Approvals (all projects)
  • 4.5 A-G Readiness to Proceed (all projects)
  • Drawings/Specifications, Procurement, Cost
    Estimate, Completion Timelines
  • 4.5 H Contract Doc Compliance Form(all projects)
  • 4.5 J Project Budget (all projects)
  • 4.6 Sustainable Features Design (all projects)

5
Project GUTS Technical Compliance
  • 4.4 Site Building Report Update

6
Project GUTS 4.4 Site Building Report
  • Section 6 - Deleted
  • Supporting Documentation Integrated into Sections
    1-5

7
Project GUTS 4.4 Site Building Report
  • Supporting Docs Integration
  • Page 1, Section 2 Property Information
  • Location, Street, Zoning Map (new const)

8
Project GUTS 4.4 Site Building Report
  • Supporting Docs Integration
  • Page 2-Section 3 Property/Site Assessment
  • FEMA FIRM
  • Federal Emergency Management Administration
  • Flood Insurance Rate Map

9
Project GUTS 4.4 Site Building Report
  • Supporting Docs Integration
  • Page 3-Section 3.III Environmental Site
    Conditions
  • Phase I Environmental Site Assessment
  • ASTM Designation E 1527-05

10
Project GUTS 4.4 Site Building Report
  • Supporting Docs Integration
  • Page 3-Section 3.IV Environmental Bldg Conditions
  • Hazardous Materials Reports/Notifications
  • Asbestos, LBP, Mold, Radon, PCPs, Mercury,
    Formaldehyde

11
Project GUTS 4.4 Site Building Report
  • Supporting Docs Integration
  • Page 4, Section 4 Building Information
  • SHPO
  • State Historic Preservation Office
  • District, Building, Artifact

12
Project GUTS 4.4 Site Building Report
  • Supporting Docs Integration
  • Page 4, Section 5 Building Assessment
  • Interior Exterior Photos
  • Capital Needs Assessment (HA)

13
Project GUTS 4.4A Infrastructure Roads,
Streets, Utilities, Walks, Parks, Landscaping
  • 8 Questions!
  • 1. Is any Environmental Remediation needed? __Y
    __N
  •  2. Is the property adjacent to properties with
    environmental risks? __Y __N
  •  3. How old is the road, street, walk, etc.?
    ___lt5yrs __5-10yrs __gt10 __N/A
  •  4. When were the last repairs, improvements, or
    replacement work for the proposed site? __lt5yrs
    __5-10yrs __gt10yrs __N/A
  • 5. Unusual Site Conditions Check all that apply.
    Submit supporting data (map etc.) for each item
    checked. Attach as 4.4EM
  •  ___Sediment/Soil Erosion __Easements ___Wetlands
    ___Rock

14
Project GUTS 4.4A Infrastructure Roads, Streets,
Utilities, Walks, Parks, Landscaping
  • 6. Submit a FEMA Flood Insurance Rate Map. All
    maps must be at a scale to clearly identify the
    project area and surrounding neighborhood(s).
    Attach as 4.4FEMA
  •  Is any of the proposed work in a flood plain?
    ___Y100 ___Y500 ___YFWay ___N
  •  If yes, have you started the Flood Plain
    Eval/Cert process? __Yes ___No
  •  7. Submit Photographs. A minimum of six (6)
    existing conditions (if applicable). Attach as
    4.4XPICS.
  •  8. Will the project expand existing public
    utilities ? ___Yes ___No
  • (e.g. Main sewer line or Main water line)?

15
Technical Compliance Project GUTS
  • Readiness to Proceed (all projects)
  • Sec 4.4B Approvals/Clearances
  • Sec 4.5A/B Draw/Spec Comp Level
  • Sec 4.5C/D/E Timelines dwg-specs/const/approvs
  • Sec 4.5F Cost Estimate
  • 2 Years or less !

16
Technical Compliance Project GUTS
  • Supporting Documents (all projects)
  • Sec 4.4G Constn Procurement Plan
  • Sec 4.5H Draw/Spec Compliance Form
  • Sec 4.5J Project Development Budget

17
Technical Compliance Project GUTS
  • 4.6 Sustainable Features Design
  • a. Energy Star (non-infra projects)
  • b. Alternative Energy (non-infra projects)
  • c. Water Conservation (non-infra projects)
  • d. Storm Water Management (all projects)
  • e. Other Sustainable (all projects)

18
Technical Compliance GUTS
  • Section 4.7
  • Residential Rehab Programs

19
Technical Compliance Residential Rehab GUTS
  • 4.7 A Procurement
  • 4.7B Building/Site Evaluation
  • 4.7C Hazardous Material Notification
  • 4.7D Construction Monitoring
  • 4.7E Approvals
  • 4.7F Typical Project Schedule

20
Technical Compliance Residential Rehab GUTS
  • 4.7 G 75 Rule/Walk-Away Compliance
  • 4.7 H Rehab Stands/ACM/LBP Compliance
  • 4.7 J Program Dev Budget Cost Estg Form
  • 4.7 I Walk-Away Policy
  • 4.7 M Energy /Sustble/Eco/Recyc/Salvage

21
Technical Compliance Exhibit 4.7 G
  • CDBG/Small Cities
  • Residential Rehabilitation Program
  • 75 REPLACEMENT VALUE THRESHOLD
  • WALK-AWAY POLICY
  • COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATION

22
Technical Compliance
75 Replacement Value Threshold Walk-AWAY
POLICY COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATION (4.7G)
  • The 75 Replacement Value Threshold
  • Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)
    regulations state that the maximum federal
    dollars for housing rehabilitation cannot exceed
    75 of the replacement cost. The 75 rule for
    rehabilitation applies to rehabilitation cost
    only. Therefore, if the replacement cost of a
    home is 100,000, the maximum CDBG funds cannot
    exceed 75,000. Replacement is determined by
    identifying the cost of constructing a new
    housing unit of comparable size (i.e. square
    footage).

23
Technical Compliance
75 Replacement Value Threshold Walk-AWAY
POLICY COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATION (4.7G)
  • Walk-Away Policy
  • __________________________ Residential
    Rehabilitation Program
  • (Town Name)
  • will not engage in the rehabilitation of a
    residence if the initial inspection reveals that
    the overall work required exceeds allotted costs
    and or completion of some of the required work
    without the completion of the overall work
    required is not feasible and or exacerbates
    physical, health and safety hazards, and or code
    issues. We will include the Walk-Away Policy
    Statement in a document which requires the
    participants signature at the Initial
    Inspection.

24
Technical Compliance 4.7 L Walk-Away Policy
  • Page 58 in Handbook
  • The DOH recommends that a grantee to walk away
    from a project when the cost to bring it into
    compliance with HQS exceeds 30K per house or
    50K multi-family.

25
Technical Compliance 4.7 L Walk-Away Policy
  • Walk-Away Policy Criteria
  • Page 58 Handbook

26
Technical Compliance 4.7 L Walk-Away Policy
  • Written Notification
  • DOH also recommends that a written notification
    be provided to the homeowner if the project is
    deemed not feasible with appropriate reasoning
    and such documentation be filed for future
    monitoring.
  •  
  • DOHs consent is required if deviating from above
    policies and dollar thresholds. Grantee is
    required to provide justification when requesting
    such a request.

27
Technical Compliance 4.7 M Energy Star,
Sustainable
  • Recycling, Salvage

28
Technical Compliance
  • More than 2 years
  • NO GLORY!!!

29
Technical Compliance
  • 2 Years or less! GLORY!!!
  • JC Frazier, Architectural Technical Support-DECD
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