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ADA Improvements on Administration Buildings Indian Valley Campus (One Stop Project)

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1 ADA Improvements on Administration Buildings Indian Valley Campus (One Stop Project)

2 One Stop Project History Spring 2003 focus on improving service at IVC Spring 2003 focus on improving service at IVC Consolidating all student services into one office as information center Consolidating all student services into one office as information center Virtual Library Concept Virtual Library Concept Limited Bookstore function Limited Bookstore function Internet Café Concept Internet Café Concept Food Service Component Food Service Component Funding Sources Identified Funding Sources Identified State matching funds, expiring May 2005; for ADA Improvements State matching funds, expiring May 2005; for ADA Improvements Hamilton funds Hamilton funds

3 Building 12 Concept Renovate existing bookstore space Renovate existing bookstore space Architect designs & presents several alternatives for space Architect designs & presents several alternatives for space Issues arise with moving/splitting administrative functions currently housed in building 8 Issues arise with moving/splitting administrative functions currently housed in building 8 Additional staffing cost issues Additional staffing cost issues Utilities cost issues Utilities cost issues

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5 Buildings 8, 9 & 10 Concept January 2004 with Staff input buildings 8, 9 and 10 were identified as the One Stop Center January 2004 with Staff input buildings 8, 9 and 10 were identified as the One Stop Center Design drawings developed for the final scheme Design drawings developed for the final scheme Cost estimates show significant budget overages Cost estimates show significant budget overages Decision was made to initiate project into two phases Decision was made to initiate project into two phases Phase 1 - ADA, Restroom and Fire Alarm upgrades to capture expiring May 2005 state matching funds for ADA improvements Phase 1 - ADA, Restroom and Fire Alarm upgrades to capture expiring May 2005 state matching funds for ADA improvements Phase 2 – Renovations in Building 8 and 10, and remainder of improvements in Building 9 to be completed at a later date (TBD) Phase 2 – Renovations in Building 8 and 10, and remainder of improvements in Building 9 to be completed at a later date (TBD)

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7 Initial Project Cost Analysis Original Construction Budget $349,000 Interior ADA Improvements (new restrooms & support rooms) Interior ADA Improvements (new restrooms & support rooms) 46% of original budget 46% of original budget New Fire Alarm System in Buildings 8, 9 and 10 New Fire Alarm System in Buildings 8, 9 and 10 38% of original budget 38% of original budget Exterior ADA Improvements Exterior ADA Improvements ADA parking stalls, signage, handrails & water fountains ADA parking stalls, signage, handrails & water fountains 16% of original budget 16% of original budget

8 Change Order Analysis Total of Five Change Orders $90,469 Total of Five Change Orders $90,469 26% increase to original budget 26% increase to original budget

9 Change Order Analysis Unforseen Hazardous Materials Unforseen Hazardous Materials 10% of change order total 10% of change order total Asbestos abatement in flooring material Asbestos abatement in flooring material Required Structural Changes at restrooms due to Dry Rot Damage Required Structural Changes at restrooms due to Dry Rot Damage 63% of change order total 63% of change order total Complete floor replacement Complete floor replacement Partial removal & replacement Partial removal & replacement New structural beams installed New structural beams installed Fire Alarm System changes due to unforeseen conditions Fire Alarm System changes due to unforeseen conditions 27% of change order total 27% of change order total Requested device relocations & rerouting of fire smoke damper air intake ducts Requested device relocations & rerouting of fire smoke damper air intake ducts Additional alarm devices identified in DSA final project review Additional alarm devices identified in DSA final project review

10 Notes on Change Order Work When Dry Rot damage was discovered it was necessary to perform the following work for ADA & general code compliance: When Dry Rot damage was discovered it was necessary to perform the following work for ADA & general code compliance: Remove & replace the damaged structural members and associated partitions and equipment Remove & replace the damaged structural members and associated partitions and equipment Remove all hazardous materials Remove all hazardous materials Restore the restrooms in building 9 Restore the restrooms in building 9

11 Final Construction Cost Analysis Interior ADA Improvements (new restrooms and support rooms) Interior ADA Improvements (new restrooms and support rooms) 51% of budget 51% of budget New Fire Alarm System in Buildings 8, 9 and 10 New Fire Alarm System in Buildings 8, 9 and 10 34% of budget 34% of budget Exterior ADA Improvements Exterior ADA Improvements ADA parking stalls, signage, handrails and water fountains ADA parking stalls, signage, handrails and water fountains 15% of budget 15% of budget

12 Questions & Answers Debra Mathau Construction Manager, Indian Valley Campus


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