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Capital Projects Investments 2013-2017 Levy Cycle Tom O’Brien – Facilities & Operations Director February 17, 2015
Capital Projects Investments 2013-2017 Levy Cycle Completed/In Progress 2013 Resurface SKHS Pool $285K 2014 Sidney Glen Roof Replacement $728K 2014 SKHS Single-ply Roof Restoration $359K 2014 Olalla ES Roof Replacement $103K 2014 Paint Exterior Sunnyslope ES$ 39K 2014 Repair/Replace MH Covered Walkway $ -
2014 Replace Courier Truck$ 38K 2014 Replace Field Mower$ 94K 2014 Replace Parking Lot Sweeper Truck$ 72K 2014 Replace Zero Turn Mower$ 9K 2014 SKHS Theater Safety Upgrade$ 62K Replaced Fire Curtain$60K Stagecraft Inspection$ 2K
Capital Projects Investments 2013-2017 Levy Cycle Projected/In Progress 2015 School Fire Alarm Systems$ 23K Transportation$23K 2015 SKHS Theater 2015 School Flooring/70 Classrooms$160K 2015 Burley Glenwood ES Roof Replacement$540K* 2015 SKHS Pool Hydraulics/Mechanical Repairs$110K - Heat Recovery Chiller Overhaul
Capital Projects Investments 2013-2017 Levy Cycle Roof Options Option 1: Projects Priced Individually – Summer 2015 - Total $2,044,647 Burley-Glenwood $501,000 + $43,587 = $544,587 Mullenix Ridge $670,000 + $58,290 = $728,290 Hidden Creek $710,000 + $61,770 = $771,770 Option 2: Burley Glenwood & either Elementary - Total $1,267,442 Burley-Glenwood $496,000 + $43,152 = $539,152 Mullenix Ridge or Hidden Creek $670,000 + $58,290 = $728,290 Option 3: Burley Glenwood, Mullenix Ridge, & Hidden Creek – Total $1,973,992 Burley-Glenwood $496,000 + $43,152 = $539,152 Mullenix Ridge $660,000 + $57,420 = $717,420 Hidden Creek $660,000 + $57,420 = $717,420 * Savings Option 3: $70,665
Capital Projects Investments 2013-2017 Levy Cycle Proposed Additional 2015 2014-2015 Capital Projects Budget $1,489K 2015 Mullenix Ridge ES Roof Replacement $ 720K ($ 70K) 2015 Hidden Creek ES Roof Replacement $ 720K ($ 790K) Contingency for roofing projects $ 70K ($ 860K) 2015 SKHS Synthetic Turf $1,200K ($2,050K) w/contingency 10% $100K $1,300K ($2,150K) 2015-2016 Capital Projects Budget $1,489K
2014-2015 Budget Execution/Proposed Additional
Remaining 2013-2017 Levy Projects w/Estimated Funding Amounts
Project/Funding Requirements 2013-2017 Levy Cycle For 2015-2017 and beyond School Fire Alarm Systems $250-450K Custodial Equipment Replacement Plan $140K Hidden Creek Roof Replacement $750K Mullenix Ridge Roof Replacement $750K Synthetic Turf SKHS $1,750K Parking Lot & Asphalt Repairs $500-750K Replace Burley Glenwood ES Gym Wall $45K Replace SKHS Pool Lockers $50K Seismic Detailing $100K In progress/planning Proposed 2015
Project/Funding Requirements Replace Cedar Heights Roof Fascia/Beam ends $ 100K Replace JS & MWJH Skylights $ 50K ADA Building Access (Doors) $ 120K Scissor Lift $ 10K Manchester ES Gym Floor $ 75K Update SKHS Reader Board $ 30K Electrical Infrastructure Upgrades $1,250K Burley Glenwood Plumbing Replacement $200K Administration Roof Replacement $225K
Project/Funding Requirements Burley Glenwood ADA Path$200K Transportation Hydraulic Lifts$120K Parking Lot & Asphalt Repairs $500-750K
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