Presentation on theme: "WELCOME TO BOULDER VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT. CSPMA – Agenda – 2/21/14 8:00 – 8:30 Meet & Greet 8:30 – 8:40 Introductions – Don Orr (Asst. Superintendent."— Presentation transcript:
WELCOME TO BOULDER VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT
CSPMA – Agenda – 2/21/14 8:00 – 8:30 Meet & Greet 8:30 – 8:40 Introductions – Don Orr (Asst. Superintendent Operations) 8:40 - 9:15 Taking Energy Savings to Next Level – Jeff Medwetz 9:15 – 10:00 Flood Recovery Crest View – Mike Cuskelly 10:00 – 10:15 Break 10:15 – 11:00 Flood Recovery – Boulder High – Tom Blahak 11:00 – 11:30 CSPMA Business 11:30 – 12:00 Round Table Discussions 12:00 – 12:30 Lunch 12:30 – 12:45 Closing Remarks - Adjourn
BVSD - Flood Recovery Overview BVSD incurred costs close to $4.8 Million Closed all schools - 4 days Crest View Elementary - closed for 12 days –Temporary facilities YMCA for a portion of students Jamestown Elementary – Temporary facilities –Building okay - closed due to town infrastructure 50 of 56 schools were affected –25 minor – mostly roof leaks – ceiling tile –17 moderate – site & building damage –8 significant damage - site and buildings
BVSD - Flood Recovery To Date 95% complete with restoration work, most completed by end of November 2013 Remaining work –Landscaping, flooring, sewer line, stadium repairs, & creek bank stabilization Working with FEMA, Flood Insurance, CSDSIP –Flood insurance for three of the worst hit sites Crest View Foothill Boulder High CSDSIP – Treated District as one event - $100k Deduct. Coverage Order – Flood Insurance, CSDSIP, then hopefully FEMA covers the remaining.
Crestview & Boulder Flood Recovery Crest View Site & Building –Flooded 4 times from 9/11 – 9/16 by Four Mile Creek –75% of building flooded – 49,225 Sq. Ft. –58 rooms damaged –80% of site flooded Boulder High sports fields –Major flooding from Boulder Creek –Over 3,300 cubic yards mud/debris left on 4 acres –Practice fields, softball field, volley ball pits severely damaged –Sanitary Sewer line across Boulder Creek - gone
Crestview Elementary Flooding –Flooding video –Arial pictures before & during –Look at Damage –Recovery Plan / Strategy / Challenges –Look at Work Accomplished –Follow up work –Cost Summary –Lessons Learned
Crest View Flooding – Bring a boat !!
Crest View Flooding - Playground
Crest View Flooding – New Cafeteria
Crest View Flooding – Classroom wing
Crest View Flooding – Air intake/Univent
Crest View Flooding – Main Hallway
Crest View Flooding – 25 Classrooms
Crest View Flooding – New Kindergarten wing
Crest View Flooding – Work Room
Crest View Flood Damage – around building
Crest View Flood Damage – inside building
Crest View Flood Damage - Kitchen
Crest View Flood Damage - Cafeteria
Crest View Flood Damage - Classroom
Crest View Flood - Library
Area of Crest View Damaged
Crestview Flood Recovery Flooding started 9/11, brought in Servpro the 9/12 Thu Servpro had extracted water & mucked out several times and removed a lot of carpet by Mon 9/16 – (video) Flood water was still coming in the building - Mon 9/16 Tuesday morning 9/17 met with Justin, Brandon, & Danaya They felt one month we could have the school ready
Crestview Flood Recovery Reported back to the Crisis Team Superintendents Directive – Open 9/30 – 2 weeks! I didnt think it was possible – too many issues. Met again with Justin, Brandon, & Danaya…they felt it could be done…everything had to go right That evening on 9News Superintendent announced we will open 9/30! With work underway revised plan to occupy in 2 weeks.
Plan to Occupy in Two Weeks Complete hazard removal - asbestos / contaminants / mold / testing certification Wall demo/reconstruction – sheetrock fire taped, painted if possible Unit Ventilators cleaned & sanitized Bare concrete floors – area rugs / carpet remnants Temporary work tops less cabinets Temporary/donated Crates / boxes / make-shift shelving Temporary electrical where needed Temporary Cafeteria / Serving line / food brought in –Paper plates / disposable forks, knives, spoons
Crestview Flood Recovery – Success! Amazingly Crest View opened for school 13 days later! Keys to Success was a strong and experienced TEAM –SERVPRO – 75 staff –Adolfson & Peterson – 25 staff US Engineering Lundquist Accent Electric –Colorado Hazard Control – 10 staff –Blue Mesa Environmental –Baileys Moving –BVSD Maintenance & Operations staff –Teachers, parents, and numerous other Volunteers 110 plus people - working 24/7 for two weeks A lot of resources with a tremendous effort!
Crestview Flood Recovery Strategy Phased approach with Servpro, A & P, & CHC –Four Phase Asbestos removal plan – with containment –Over-night testing results Servpro – Demolition / Remediation in non-asbestos areas, exterior clean-up A & P – Sheet rock install/finish, work tops, shelving plumbing, electrical, univents Servpro / A & P worked in areas non containment areas Coordinated approach by tasks with teams
Challenges Asbestos – 35% of damaged area Unit Ventilators - contaminated Kitchen / Walk-in Freezer / Cooler Cafeteria / Boulder County Health Dept. Hazardous mud & muck around building Sinks in countertops & casework Contaminated casework – woodwork –Base cabinets, closet support pedestals, shelving Lost desks, shelving, other storage
Pictures of Challenges & Work
Follow-up Work – After hours/weekends Library Furniture / Desks, bookcases - Nov Kitchen completed - Nov Carpet completed - Dec Casework completed – Feb Utilized Baileys moving for carpet & casework Epoxy flooring kitchen/bathrooms - Oct Vinyl floor in Cafeteria / art room – spring break Trim painting / punch list – spring break Playgrounds, site work, sports fields - Nov
Cost Summary of Total Restoration Clean-up, Remediation, Demolition$1.38 M Asbestos Removal / Testing$ 220 K Re-construction, mechanical, electrical$ 666 K Flooring – carpet / sheet vinyl$ 241 K Site restoration – sports fields / playground$ 274 K Building contents$ 150 K Moving$ 18 K YMCA Flood Camp$ 70 K Maintenance labor$ 20 K IAQ Testing$ 10 K Total to date$3.05 M $49 / SF Building only
Lessons Learned A 75% flood damaged school can open two weeks later! Put the maximum amount of highly qualified resources to accomplish the task!
Lessons Learned It was more fun doing the actual work versus the accounting with FEMA