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Summer Construction Projects Update August 28, 2013.

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1 Summer Construction Projects Update August 28, 2013

2 Capital Project and Small Project Costs Summary Total Project Budgets - Large Cap $ 873,300 Total Project Budgets - Small Projects $ 307,000 $1,180,300 NORESCO PROJECT$5,904,039

3 Facilities Development Large Cap Projects Walnut Ridge Elementary: Building Envelope Restoration (Roof Project) Vernon High School: Building Envelope Restoration (Roof Project) Vernon Township School District: Building Envelope Door Replacement NORESCO PROJECTS VTHS/GM/CM Site Lighting Improvements and Pole Replacement VTHS Equipment Replacement: 72 HVAC uninvents and 4 HVAC roof top units Vernon Township School District: Lighting Improvements Phase I Vernon Township School District: Web Base Building Automation System

4 Walnut Ridge Elementary Building Envelope Restoration Project Budget:$147,650 SCOPE: Correct deficiencies in the exterior roof and install a Kelly 2001 roof product. The scope of work includes: Installing 29,625 sqft of EPDM 60 mill black over existing roof system and over existing deck Replace existing dome strainers with new cast iron dome strainers Repair damaged roof drains and roof lines Replace flashing edge and drip edge Install equalizer air valve SCHEDULE & STATUS: Contractor Mobilization: Mon. August 5, 2013 Approximately 98% complete Substantial Completion:August 25, 2013 Final Completion:August 30, 2013 Contractor: Kraft Roofing

5 Vernon High School Building Envelope Restoration Project Budget:$ 725,650 SCOPE: Correct deficiencies in the exterior roof and install a Kelly 2001 roof product. The scope of work includes: Installing 140,024 sqft of EPDM 60 mill black over existing roof system and over existing deck Replace existing dome strainers with new cast iron dome strainers Repair damaged roof drains and roof lines Replace flashing edge and drip edge Install equalizer air valve SCHEDULE & STATUS: Contractor Mobilization: Mon. July 1, 2013 Approximately 100% complete. Substantial Completion:August 16, 2013 Final Completion:August 23, 2013 Contractor: Kraft Roofing

6 VTHS/GM/CM Site Lighting Improvements and Pole Replacement Old SCOPE: This project will provide replacement of the parking lot lights and some pole replacement at the HS. The existing lighting fixtures at the HS; (12 pole locations) are at the end of their functional life (approx. 38 years old). The fixtures do not provide sufficient energy savings to the district and will be changed with new LED lighting to meet with the parking lot safety standards. As for GM and CM, the lighting also does not provide energy savings to the district. These two schools will get replacement fixtures, new 133 watt LED light bars with high/low sensors. STATUS & SCHEDULE: Preliminary project scoping: Completed Structural evaluation of existing poles: Completed Design & spec development: Completed Contractor Mobilization: Mon, July 25, 2013 Approximately 80% complete. Substantial Completion:August 23, 2013 Final Completion: September 20, 2013 Contractor: Noresco / I&T Electrical New

7 CM/GM / VTHS Door Replacements SCOPE: The scope of work includes removal of the existing doors and installation of (35) new doors throughout the school campus. Most of these doors were original doors and need to be replace because of safety issues. STATUS: Construction contract: COMPLETE Notice to Proceed: ISSUED SCHEDULE: Construction to commence:early July, 2013 Completed:July 25, 2013 Contractor: GL Group LLC

8 School ADA Improvements High School Ticket Booth SCOPE: The purpose of this project is to implement improvements required as a result of a recent on-site audit and evaluation to keep within the (ADA) rules. STATUS: Preliminary design & cost estimate: COMPLETE SCHEDULE: Final Construction – June 4, 2013

9 Schools ADA Improvements Drinking Fountains SCOPE: This project will realign our school district with water fountains manufactured and installed in compliance with 2010 ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) Regulations and Guidelines. STATUS & SCHEDULE: Final Completion:August 13, 2013 Facilities Development in-house

10 VTHS – Equipment Replacement Old Scope: Install 72 HVAC uninvents and 4 roof top units at the HS. Status: On-site work began: July 1,2013 Schedule: Final Completion: July 30, 2013 Contractor: Noresco Old New

11 VTSD – Site Lighting Improvements Phase 1 Old Scope: Install 8,390 new high efficiency Sylvania Quicktronic ballasts along with a new Maestro Wireless wall sensor to turn off the lights 15 minutes after the classroom is not in use. Besides the ballast change approximately 30,570 new T-8 Supersaver Sylvania lights were added. Note: All lights are Federal Tested, classifying them as Lead Free light bulbs and they are all Made in the USA. Status: On-site work began: June 3, 2013 Schedule: Final Completion: September 27, 2013 Contractor: Noresco Old New

12 VTSD – Web Base Building Automation System Our building control solutions cut operating costs without cutting back on comfort With tighter operating budgets, stricter government guidelines and increasing public awareness, energy savings and resource conservation have become top priorities in the public and private sectors. And with those priorities, sustainable building operations have become a real balancing act between energy use and occupant comfort. But facility managers know that saving on energy expenses cannot come at the expense of comfort. Studies have linked comfort levels to error rates and productivity, absenteeism and even successful classroom learning. An energy policy that fosters disgruntled employees or underperforming students is not smart policy at all. So the key is to strike a predictable and measurable balance – and to maintain that balance consistently. BOE Tour of the Web Base Building Automation System

13 Facilities Development Small Budgeted Projects Walnut Ridge – New outside shed replacement Walnut Ridge – Cut down old rotted tree by playground Walnut Ridge – Reline walkway for the safety of children and staff Glen Meadow – Redesign library Glen Meadow – Paint all hallways, bathrooms and stairwells Glen Meadow – Carpet replacement on stage area Glen Meadow – Stage area sound system replaced and rewired Glen Meadow – Carpet replacement in music room office Rolling Hills – Trees removed around playground and sewer plant Cedar Mountain – Two classrooms retiled Cedar Mountain – Paint lines on parking lot to help with walk/run Cedar Mountain – Finish painting hallways

14 Facilities Development Small Budgeted Projects Lounsberry Hollow – Two main boiler values were changed out Lounsberry Hollow – All base cove changed throughout the entire school, including all bathrooms High School – Replacement and restoration of the wood shop High School – Replacement of electrical panel in the wood shop High School – Replacement of English department office carpet High School – Pave road to soccer field of emergency access High School – Fob Key system installed; NOTE: ( All schools are now completed and can be accessed with one key High School – Senior parking lot was sealed and restriped High School – Replacement of old baseball score board High School – Preventive maintenance of gym floor High School – Remove dead grass and mud by sports concession stand and pave with asphalt; (also a safety concern)

15 Rolling Hills Sewer Plant Upgrade Scope: Removal of old generator and electrical meter from RH sewer plant. Tie in our existing generator and meter at the school. (This gives us a better rate on our electrical bill because of our new generator and our contract with SREC.) Status & Schedule: Design is complete All work is completedAugust 14,2013 Contractor: SREC Project Cost$21,000 Savings Per Year$9,000

16 The Governor's Visit to Vernon

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