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1 November 8, 2011 Facilities Update and Board Report Facilities & Governmental Relations Thelma Meléndez de Santa Ana, Ph.D., Superintendent Joe Dixon, Assistant Superintendent Todd Butcher, Director, Construction Tova K. Corman, Senior Facilities Planner Jessica Mears, Facilities Planner Board of Education José Alfredo Hernández, J.D., President Rob Richardson, Vice President Audrey Yamagata-Noji, Ph.D., Clerk John Palacio, Member Roman A. Reyna, Member

2 2 Purpose of Tonights Presentation Williams Mandated Facilities Inspections 2.Tonights Facility Agenda Items Consent Action 3.Measure G Update

3 3 Williams Settlement Inspections DeficienciesCorrected n/a

4 4 Consent Calendar Items 1.18Hoover ElementaryDeductive Change Order 1.19Hoover ElementaryNotice of Completion 1.20MacArthur Fundamental IntermediateNotice of Completion 1.21 – 1.24 Spurgeon IntermediateNotices of Completion 1.25Spurgeon IntermediateNotices of CompletionRemove from agenda Spurgeon IntermediateNotices of Completion 1.30 & 1.31Spurgeon IntermediateNotices of CompletionRemove from agenda 1.32Spurgeon IntermediateNotices of Completion

5 Authorization to Award Contract for Replacement of Roofing System at District Office Fund 49 – Intended for support facilities 18.0 Authorization to Obtain Bids for Modernization Projects at Various sites Under Modernization Program Additional information to follow 19.0 Acceptance of Withdrawal Letter From National Demolition Contractors for Bid Package No. 1 Removal of Hazardous Material From Unoccupied Property at 1020 N. Broadway in Santa Ana 20.0 Authorization to Award Contract for Bid Package No. 1 Removal of Hazardous Material From Unoccupied Property at 1020 N. Broadway in Santa Ana Contingent on Reimbursement Agreement with El Sol Science and Arts Academy 21.0 Authorization to Award Contract for Bid Package No. 2 Demolition of Building at Unoccupied Property at 1020 N. Broadway in Santa Ana Contingent on Reimbursement Agreement with El Sol Science and Arts Academy Action Agenda Items

6 6 $1 billion apportioned by State Allocation Board in December 90 days to be under contract for 50% of the project Requesting authorization to bid 23 projects Priorities in Funding Agenda Item 18.0

7 7 7 Priorities in Funding School State Share District Match Total Project Cumulative Amount Construction Cost 1Adams $ 1,287,806 $ 858,537 $ 2,146,343 $ 71,882,481 $ 1,609,758 2Madison $ 611,449 $ 407,633 $ 1,019,082 $ 80,896,373 $ 764,311 3McFadden $ 2,050,338 $ 1,366,892 $ 3,417,230 $ 108,002,923 $ 2,562,923 4Remington $ 2,762,292 $ 1,841,528 $ 4,603,820 $ 110,786,259 $ 3,452,865 5Roosevelt $ 1,722,837 $ 1,148,558 $ 2,871,395 $ 166,961,301 $ 2,153,546 6Muir $ 1,052,130 $ 701,420 $ 1,753,550 $ 177,202,781 $ 1,315,163 7Carr $ 3,270,923 $ 2,180,615 $ 5,451,538 $ 180,473,704 $ 4,088,654 8Spurgeon $ 5,781,010 $ 3,854,007 $ 9,635,017 $ 193,611,915 $ 7,226,263 9Martin $ 941,935 $ 627,957 $ 1,569,892 $ 194,553,850 $ 1,177,419 10Lowell $ 2,170,509 $ 1,447,006 $ 3,617,515 $ 204,059,977 $ 2,713,136 11Greenville $ 3,311,733 $ 2,207,822 $ 5,519,555 $ 215,773,796 $ 4,139,666 12Lathrop $ 2,503,759 $ 1,669,173 $ 4,172,932 $ 218,277,555 $ 3,129,699 13Franklin $ 1,320,269 $ 880,179 $ 2,200,448 $ 219,597,824 $ 1,650,336 14Monte Vista $ 963,659 $ 642,439 $ 1,606,098 $ 220,561,483 $ 1,204,574 15Sierra $ 1,556,663 $ 1,037,775 $ 2,594,438 $ 233,108,517 $ 1,945,829 16Jefferson $ 2,429,430 $ 1,619,620 $ 4,049,050 $ 332,612,260 $ 3,036,788 17Wilson $ 3,700,619 $ 2,467,079 $ 6,167,698 $ 489,711,372 $ 4,625,774 18Santa Ana $ 14,975,661 $ 9,983,774 $ 24,959,435 $ 582,157,536 $ 18,719,576 19Fremont $ 1,539,948 $ 1,026,632 $ 2,566,580 $ 592,686,317 $ 1,924,935 20Monroe $ 1,406,242 $ 937,495 $ 2,343,737 $ 602,317,032 $ 1,757,803 21Taft $ 1,352,683 $ 901,789 $ 2,254,472 $ 715,336,695 $ 1,690,854 22Santiago $ 2,383,229 $ 1,588,819 $ 3,972,048 $ 960,293,516 $ 2,979,036 23Harvey $ 1,587,990 $ 1,058,660 $ 2,646,650 $ 988,963,453 $ 1,984,988 24Edison $ 1,867,720 $ 1,245,147 $ 3,112,867 $ 1,005,462,633 $ 2,334,650 Total $ 62,550,834 $ 41,700,556 $ 104,251,390 n/a $ 78,188,543 Agenda Item 18.0

8 8 8 Anticipated MOD Project Scopes School ADA Carpet Casework Projector Doors Fountains Electrical Fencing Fire Alarm Gym Upgrade HVAC Landscaping Layout Lighting PA System Painting Parking Paving Stage Lift Playground Plumbing Restrooms Science Shelter Theater Windows Adams xx xx x x Madison x x x x McFaddenxxxx x x x x x Remingtonx xxx xx x xxxxx x x Rooseveltx xx xx x x Muirxxxxxxxxx xxxxxx xx Carrx xxxxxxxx xx xxx xx x Spurgeonx xx x x x x x x Martinx xxxxxx x Lowellxxxxxxx x xxxxxx xx xx Greenvillexxxxxxx x x xx x x x

9 9 9 School ADA Carpet Casework Projector Doors Fountains Electrical Fencing Fire Alarm Gym Upgrade HVAC Landscaping Layout Lighting PA System Painting Parking Paving Stage Lift Playground Plumbing Restrooms Science Shelter Theater Windows Lathrop x x x x Franklinx x xx x x xx Monte Vistaxx xxxx x x x x x xxx Sierraxxxxxxx x x x xxxx x Jeffersonx xx xx x xx x Wilsonxxxxxxxxx xxxx xxxxxxx x Fremontx xxxxxx x xxxxxx x x Monroexxxxx xxx xx x x x Taftxxxx x x x x Santiagoxxxxx xx xx x xx x Harveyxxxxxxxxx xxxx xxx xx x Edisonxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxx xx x Anticipated MOD Project Scopes

10 10 Critically Overcrowded Schools (COS) Project Savings PriorityProject Additional State Funds Identified COS-Savings Funds Needed Total COS-Savings Available $17,294,018 1Mitchell CDC$3.5 MOD$5.6M$11,694,018 2Garfield ES$3.6 ORG$1.1M$10,594,018 3Santiago K-8n/a$1M$9, 594,018 4Franklin ES$2.5 ORG$2.5$7,094,018 5King ES$2.8 ORG$2.8$4,294,018 6Wilson ES$1.4 ORG$1.4$2,894,018 $13,800,000 COS-Savings Contingency$2,894,018 Additional Funding Identified

11 11 Revenue Revenue Funding Measure G - 1st Sale$99,997,856 Measure G - 2nd Sale $34,861,114 Measure G - 3rd Sale $28,407,365 1st - QSCB $19,240,000 2nd - QSCB $17,535,000 State Funding$35,546,620$9,686,868$56,948,184$37,805,496$62,550,834 $13,800,000 ERP Funding $3,146,627 E-Rate Reimbursement $1,257,667$3,662,244 Year Total$135,544,476$66,934,609$102,890,549$39,063,163$3,662,244$13,800,000 Total ProgramTotal Program $135,544,476 $135,544,476$202,479,085$305,369,634$344,432,797$410,645,875$424,445,875

12 Measure G Leverage 12 Bond Campaign Language: Vote to repair and upgrade our local schools and allow our District to receive $120,000,000 in State grants. Note: Due to significant project efficiencies under the ORG program, Measure G funds will become available to support additional high-priority capital outlay projects. Unused State funding will be returned to the State School Facility Program. Identified Matching Funds

13 13 Construction Projects Completed/Underway SchoolScopeProgress COS Projects Carr ISTwo-story, 16-classroom building and site workCompleted 2009 Diamond ESTwo-story, 16-classroom building and site workCompleted 2009 Greenville FESTwo-story, 20-classroom building, parking lot, and site workCompleted 2009 Kennedy ESTwo-story, 24-classroom building, parking lot, and site workCompleted 2010 Lowell ESTwo-story, 16-classroom building and site workCompleted 2009 Madison ESTwo-story, 32-classroom building, parking lot, and site workCompleted 2010 Martin ESTwo-story, 16-classroom building, parking lot, and site workCompleted 2009 Santiago ESTwo-story, 16-classroom building,, parking lot, and site workCompleted 2009 MOD Projects Lincoln ESLunch shelters, PA system, new entryway, fencingCompleted 2009 Santa Ana HSHistoric restoration, modernization, technology upgradesUnderway Hoover ESModernization, wall configuration, classroom and restroom upgradesSubstantially Complete Jackson ESModernization, classroom and restroom upgradesSubstantially Complete MacArthur FISNew 12-classroom building, with new restrooms, site work, technologyUnderway Saddleback HSModernization, wall configuration, classroom and restroom upgradesUnderway Sepulveda ESADA upgrades, technologySubstantially Complete Willard ISModernization, classroom and restroom upgradesUnderway

14 14 SchoolScopeProgress ORG Projects Century HS Two-story 40-classroom building, artificial track /synthetic turf, site work, fencing, technology To be completed December 2011 Heninger ES Two-story 20-classroom building, site work, new parking lot, fencing, technology Substantially Complete Santa Ana HS Two-story 29-classroom building, artificial track /synthetic turf, site work, fencing, technology Substantially Complete Sierra ISTwo-story 29-classroom building, site work, fencing, technology Substantially Complete Spurgeon ISTwo-story 16-classroom building, site work, fencing, technology Substantially Complete Davis ESTwo-story 12-classroom building, site work, fencing, technologyUnderway Edison ES Two-story 24-classroom building, new parking lot, site work, fencing, technology Underway Joint Use Project Segerstrom FHS50 Meter swimming pool, locker rooms, bleachersCompleted 2010 Energy Efficiency Project Saddleback HS Solar photovoltaic system, solar panels and solar shade trees, solar thermal heating, roof, HVAC units Completed 2010 Construction Projects Completed/Underway

15 15 Project Summary Planned Projects Substantially Completed Immediate Results Projects (IRP)129 Critically Overcrowded Schools (COS)88 Overcrowding Relief Grant (ORG)75 Modernization (MOD)324 COS-Savings60 Solar11 Career Technical Education Grant (CTE)77 Joint Use31 Emergency Repair Program (ERP)1713 TOTAL210168

16 Authorization to Award Contract for Replacement of Roofing System at District Office Fund 49 – Intended for support facilities 18.0 Authorization to Obtain Bids for Modernization Projects at Various sites Under Modernization Program Additional information to follow 19.0 Acceptance of Withdrawal Letter From National Demolition Contractors for Bid Package No. 1 Removal of Hazardous Material From Unoccupied Property at 1020 N. Broadway in Santa Ana 20.0 Authorization to Award Contract for Bid Package No. 1 Removal of Hazardous Material From Unoccupied Property at 1020 N. Broadway in Santa Ana Contingent on Reimbursement Agreement with El Sol Science and Arts Academy 21.0 Authorization to Award Contract for Bid Package No. 2 Demolition of Building at Unoccupied Property at 1020 N. Broadway in Santa Ana Contingent on Reimbursement Agreement with El Sol Science and Arts Academy Action Agenda Items


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