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Current Projects Geothermal Energy Project, Project No.: 111708 – Scope: This project proposes utilizing ground source heat pump chillers to provide heating.

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1 Current Projects Geothermal Energy Project, Project No.: – Scope: This project proposes utilizing ground source heat pump chillers to provide heating requirements for the campus in lieu of the current boilers in the Power Plant (Installed in 1958, 1963 and 1981). Investment in this project will yield approximately $1 million in annual energy/ operational savings and address $16 million in deferred maintenance needs identified. Debt service will be supported from energy cost savings. At the completion of the project, the Power Plant coal and wood fuel steam boilers would be decommissioned. – Update: Plant construction continues at McNutt and Straumanis James Hall. Building slabs are soon to be poured. Stuctural steel is scheduled to be set. CMU walls to begin later this month. Loop construction continues on the north end of campus. Loop piping is also moving south east of Fulton Hall with connections schedule for Fulton and Physics later this month. The loop will continue south on east and west side of campus as the summer moves along. – Project timeline: Advertisement – October 17, 2012 Pre-bid meeting – October 30, 2012 Bid date – November 20, 2012 Construction efforts – April 2012 – September 2014 Estimated Project Costs - $33,000,000

2 Current cont.. NW Mall Landscape Improvements, Project No.:111708L3 – Scope: Restoration of the NW Mall due to the efforts associated with the Geothermal Well Field. – Update: LanDesign has begun work with excavation of subgrade efforts being done. This work is being coordinated with geothermal efforts in the vicinity. – Project timeline: Project design begin – August 2012 Project design complete – February 2013 Advertisement – February 4, 2013 Pre-bid meeting – February 11, 2013 Bid date – February 27, 2013 Construction begin – May 20, 2013 Construction complete – August 9, 2013 Estimated Construction Costs – $760,000

3 Current cont.. Bertelsmeyer Hall, Project No.: – Scope: A new 69,500 gsf building will provide the Chemical and Biological Engineering Department a state of the art teaching and research facility. The new facility will also allow for the consolidation of teaching and research activities for the departments that are currently spread over multiple buildings on campus. – Update: Concrete walls and structure continue to be placed along with utility placement and rough-in. – Project timeline: Advertisement – November 12, 2012 Pre-bid meeting – November 28, 2012 Bid date – December 18, 2012 Construction begin – January 2013 Construction complete – May 2014 Estimated Construction Costs – $17,534,000 Estimated Project Costs – $22,343,000

4 Current cont.. McNutt Hall Mechanical Renovation, Project No.: – Scope: The project takes a holistic approach to dealing with both humidity and ventilation in laboratory areas containing fume hoods. It provides numerous enhancements that create more reliable and controllable performance. – Update: Work continues with replacement of AHU 1,2 &3. Fume hoods in various labs continue to be replaced along with ductwork. Final stages of installation are taking place with labs scheduled to be put back in service once ceilings are installed. This project is on schedule and will meet completion date. – Project timeline: Advertisement – September 7, 2012 Project pre-bid – September 20, 2012 Bid date – October 9, 2012 Construction begin – December 2012 Project complete – August, 2013 Estimated Project Costs - $4,521,000

5 Current cont.. Comp. Sci., Eng. Mgmt. and ERL Mechanical Renovation, Project No.: – Scope: The goal of this project is to reduce energy costs and increase occupant comfort by performing various energy efficiency upgrades to the existing heating and cooling systems for three buildings. – Update: Final balancing and punch lists are taking place in ERL and CS. Eng. Mgmt. work is wrapping up with final balancing and punch lists scheduled for completion in July. – Project timeline: Construction begin – July, 2012 Construction complete – July, 2013 Estimated Construction Costs - $1,450,917 Estimated Project Costs - $1,974,710

6 Design Projects ERL/MRC Programming Study, Project No.: – Scope: This project is taking a look at the need and validity of connecting the two facilities with a new 86,470 gross square foot building. The complex will provide additional research space for campus. – Update: Presentation to Chancellors cabinet was conducted on June 11. The project is listed #7 on our capital listing. The full report is available to review on D&CM web site. – Project timeline: Project begin – March, 2011 Project complete – February, 2013 Estimated Project Costs - $50,000

7 Design cont.. Bullman Multi-Purpose Parking lot replacement, Project No.: – Scope: This project will replace the current lot that has deteriorated beyond repair. Design will include a proper entrance to the south building entry. – Update: Final design complete. The project has been broken into phases with the first phase taking care of the northwest portion of the lot. Phase 1 is out for bid and bids are to be opened on 06/13. – Project timeline: Project design begin – October, 2010 Project design complete – March, 2012 Project prebid – May, 2013 Bid date – June 13, 2013 Construction begin – July, 2013 Construction complete – August, 2013 Estimated Construction Costs – $425,000 Estimated Project Costs – $552,500

8 Design cont.. Schrenk Hall heating conversion, Project No.: – Scope: This project replaces the current steam heating system with a new heating system TBD. – Update: Consultant group for design is TBD. – Project timeline: Project begin – May, 2013 Project complete – August, 2014 Estimated Project Costs - $605,000

9 Design cont.. Campus Lighting, Project No.: – Scope: This project is taking a look at updating and improving our campus lighting. The focus is to replace the electrical feed that currently resides in the Power Plant. The project will also look to improve the light efficiency while improving coverage. – Update: Project is being broken up into phases to be completed along with the geothermal project. Efforts are being taken to coordinate change out as areas are disturbed. – Project timeline: Project begin – July, 2013 Project complete – August, 2014 Estimated Project Costs - TBD

10 Design cont.. Bullman Multi-Purpose HVAC Renewal, Project No.: – Scope: This project will replace the current steam heat with a new geothermal system that will assist in an improved climate control. – Update: CM Engineering has been selected to provide engineering design efforts. They have submitted an alternative design solution that was reviewed by the University. They are currently working on an initial and life cycle cost analysis that supports the alternate design for final direction. – Project timeline: Project design begin – May 2013 Project design complete – September 2013 Project prebid – October 2013 Bid date – October 2013 Construction begin – November 2013 Construction complete – August 2014 Estimated Construction Costs – $7,400,000 Estimated Project Costs – $9,600,000

11 Design cont.. IDE & Nuclear Reactor heating conversion, Project No.: – Scope: This project replaces the current steam heating system with a new heating system using natural gas-fired boilers and/or electric. Final selection will be made based on cost and efficiency. – Update: Burns and McDonnel have been selected to provide engineering services for the project. They have submitted a proposal for design efforts and preliminary project budget. The estimate is over budget and the University is reviewing scope. – Project timeline: Project begin – June, 2013 Project design complete – November, 2013 Project prebid – November, 2013 Bid date – December, 2013 Construction begin – January, 2013 Construction complete – June, 2014 Estimated Construction Costs – $523,000 Estimated Project Costs – $680,000

12 Design cont.. Parker, Norwood and Harris Hall HVAC Replacement, Project No.: – Scope: This project replaces the current steam heating system with a new Variable Refrigerant Volume (VRV) system that will provide both heating and cooling while allowing building occupants better control of their environment. – Update: William Tao & Associates have completed schematic design work and are now working on construction documents. Scheduling of activities is also being worked out with building occupants. – Project timeline: Project begin – March, 2013 Project design complete – July, 2013 Project prebid – July, 2013 Bid date – August, 2013 Construction begin – September, 2013 Construction complete – August, 2014 Estimated Construction Costs – $3,227,000 Estimated Project Costs – $4,369,000

13 Design cont.. Rayl Cafeteria HVAC renovation, Project No.: – Scope: This project replaces the current steam heating system with an alternative fuel system that will provide support for the general use areas along with kitchen equipment. – Update: KJWW Engineers have begun field work to determine alternatives for solution. – Project timeline: Project begin – May, 2013 Project complete – August, 2013 Estimated Project Costs - TBD

14 Design cont.. Quad dorm HVAC study, Project No.: – Scope: This project study will help determine alternative solutions for heating and cooling the dorm facilities at the Quad. This is necessary due to the decommissioning of the steam plant. – Update: KJWW Engineers have begun field work to determine alternative solutions. – Project timeline: Project begin – May, 2013 Project complete – August, 2014 Estimated Project Costs – TBD

15 Design cont.. Physics Building HVAC conversion to geothemal, Project No.: – Scope: This project replaces the current steam heating system with a geothermal application supplied by the new campus geothermal system. – Update: Ross & Barruzini have been selected to provide engineering services for design. Engineers have begun field data collection and survey. They are to provide a report verifying project scope after analyzing information. – Project timeline: Project begin – May, 2013 Project complete – August, 2014 Estimated Project Costs - $1,620,000


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