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Title: School Construction 101


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School Construction 101
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Expectations
  • What your Construction Professional, Architect,
    Construction Manager/Contractor expects from you?
  • What you can expect from your Construction
    Professional
  • The Law
  • Funding Options
  • Questions and contact information

School Construction 101
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What do I do first?
  • What does the District have?
  • What are the Districts needs?
  • How do I accomplish the Districts goals?

School Construction 101
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The Plan
  • Determine Needs
  • Determine Capacity
  • Contract with Construction Professionals
  • Plan Scope
  • Design Projects
  • Bond Election

School Construction 101
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Cost Savings Potential through Pre-Construction
95 of Potential Savings
SAVINGS
Design Development
Construction
Construction Documents
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Expectations of theConstruction Professional
  • What is the chain of command for
  • Design
  • Construction
  • Who do we call for Crisis Management?
  • Curriculum
  • What is the program?
  • What is the configuration?
  • What changes are foreseen for the future?

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What can the District expect from the
Construction Professional
  • Planning help with the facility plans, advice
    on sight visits
  • Coordinating a good set of plans with minimum
    change orders
  • Accurate construction costs estimates based on
    actual, historical costs.
  • On-going support for the owner (advice, ideas,
    communication of upcoming issues/problems before
    they occur), solutions when unforeseen problems
    occur.
  • School Construction 101

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What can the District expect from the
Construction Professional after the project is
complete?
  • Warranty coordination

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Expectations
  • Finance
  • Bond capacity?
  • Financing capacity
  • How much can you afford?
  • Demographic study
  • Facility Study
  • Special Programs
  • What is the program
  • What are the Square Foot requirements of the
    special programs?

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Expectations
  • Technology
  • Electrical capacity
  • Fiber?
  • Infrastructure
  • Network
  • Wireless

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Campus Principals
  • Questions Construction Professional Need
    answered?
  • When can we move furniture?
  • Where can we store furniture?
  • Where can we stage stored materials?
  • How should parking flow during construction?
  • When can we start renovation?
  • When MUST building be returned to Owner?

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The Law
  • Bids
  • Delivery
  • Expectations
  • Finance

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LEGISLATIVE REMODELING OF SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION LAW
  • 1995 - SB 1 - Best value procurement for public
    school districts Flexibility to choose new
    delivery methods
  • -2001 - SB 510 authorized governmental entities
    to use alternative construction delivery methods

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Business Practices
  • Legislation did not anticipate ignoring or
    forfeiting time tested business principles and
    requirements. Good business practices are not
    determined by legislation or lawyers but are
    proven with years of daily applications

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Most Common Delivery Methods
  • Competitive Sealed Proposals
  • Project Management
  • Construction Management, Agency
  • Construction Management, At-Risk
  • Design/Build
  • Job Order Contracting

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Bonding Requirements
  • Bid Bonds
  • not required recommended
  • Performance Bonds
  • Required over 100,000
  • Payment Bonds
  • Required over 25,000

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Bid Requirements
  • Professional Services do not require Bid
  • Project Management
  • Construction Management, Agency
  • Architect
  • Engineer
  • Product over 20,000
  • Contract over 50,000
  • Or local policy
  • RFQ gives District options

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PUBLIC BID OPENING
  • The owner is assured that the bids when computed
    are the true cost for this date.
  • No collusion among bidders.
  • No bid shopping.
  • Attracts Minority Contractors
  • Prime/Trade/Minority Contractors and Vendors
    treated equally.
  • Attracts more bidder participation.

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PUBLIC BID OPENING
  • The more bidders the better opportunity for the
    best price.
  • Provides Vehicle for Accountability and Trust.
  • Gives Administration Trustees assurances of the
    best market price, if there are multiple bidders
    on each trade

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Finance
  • What do I do?
  • Demographer
  • Facility Review
  • Determine the following
  • Routine Maintenance
  • Capital Project
  • Bond Issue
  • Financial Advisor
  • Get the Right People Due diligence

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Financing of School Facilities
  • Texas School Financing has become increasingly
    complex
  • The districts goal will be to minimize the
    impact on the tax rate
  • And maximize the available revenue through state
    assistance
  • Financial Advisor
  • Information provided by Steven Adams, Specialized
    Public Finance

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Types of Financing Available to Texas School
Districts
  • Voted Unlimited Tax Bonds
  • Facility Lease/Purchase
  • Maintenance Tax Notes
  • Public Property FinanceContractual
    Obligations(PPFCOs)
  • Time Warrants
  • Delinquent Tax Notes

IS Tax Rate

MO Tax Rate
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Using MO Fund Balances
  • Funds from a districts MO Fund Balance may be
    used to
  • purchase land
  • construct new facility, renovate and/or add to
    existing facilities
  • remove asbestos and mold
  • re-roof, replace a/c and heating equipment, floor
    covering,
  • furnish facilities with chairs, desks, computers
  • pay fees for architects and other professionals
  • purchase equipment and other capital items
  • basically, any legal purpose
  • cover any building project or capital need also
    to subsidize other financing

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Funding Sources
  • IS Bonds
  • Instructional Facilities Allotment (IFA)
  • Existing Debt Allotment (EDA)
  • Maintenance Financing Options

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The Plan
  • Facilities Study - include capacities
  • 2. Demographic study
  • 3. Financing capacity study
  • Determine realistic capacity for plans
  • RFQ for Architect
  • Reference check for Architect
  • Contract Architect

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The Plan
  • Determine construction delivery method
  • RFQ for Agent
  • Agent Reference Check
  • Contract with Agent
  • Begin planning for bond
  • Determine Scope
  • Design Projects

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ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
  • Mike Smith
  • mike_at_edsas.com
  • 830.214.0742
  • Von Gallagher
  • Von_at_gallaghertx.com
  • 972. 633.0564
  • Stuart Verdon
  • sverdon_at_tcpn.org
  • 713.459.6009
  • Joe Carlock
  • 817.645.8864

School Construction 101
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