Presentation on theme: "Raymond School District Raymond School Facility Assessment Executive Summary September 16, 2013 Eppstein Uhen Architects Eric Dufek, Senior Design Architect."— Presentation transcript:
Raymond School District Raymond School Facility Assessment Executive Summary September 16, 2013 Eppstein Uhen Architects Eric Dufek, Senior Design Architect Teresa Wadzinski, Project Manager
COLLECT DATA REVIEW DATA SET GOALS BUILD CONSENSUS DEVELOP ALTERNATIVE SOLUTIONS COMPARATIVE ANALYSES OF VIABLE ALTERNATIVES SELECT PREFERRED ALTERNATIVE FINALIZE DESIGN PROCESS
COLLECT DATA REVIEW DATA SET GOALS BUILD CONSENSUS DEVELOP ALTERNATIVE SOLUTIONS COMPARATIVE ANALYSES OF VIABLE ALTERNATIVES SELECT PREFERRED ALTERNATIVE FINALIZE DESIGN FACILITY ASSESSMENT
Agenda Why a facility assessment? Observations Next steps Raymond School Campus – June 2013
Why a Facility Assessment? Objective analysis of present condition and capabilities of Raymond School Comprehensive report detailing needs: Building envelope (roof, walls, windows, doors, exterior) Infrastructure systems (mechanical, electrical, plumbing) American Disabilities Act (ADA) Site Building Utilization Space Analysis Educational Adequacy
Raymond School Key Observations Site Size Existing size: 14 acres Recommended size: 22 acres Building Capacity Current enrollment: 442 students Max enrollment based on total building square footage: 387 students Max enrollment based on classroom square footage only: 486 students Lack of middle school appropriate learning spaces such as Family and Consumer Education (FACE) and Technical Education Two Portable Classroom Units in use
North Raymond School Historical Plan Portable classroom units
Raymond School Observations Architectural Site Portable classroom units were installed as a temporary solution in 2003. Building Exterior Windows are single pane, with deteriorating caulk. Large number of front windows were boarded up around 1986. Small areas of brick deterioration. Exterior wall construction from the 1960’s lacks insulation Portions of roof “ponding” creating potential for water damage Hollow metal doors are rusted and not weather-tight.
Raymond School Observations Architectural Building Interiors Lack of daylight in core learning spaces Inadequate Band and Library classroom spaces (located in portable classrooms) Lack of “life skills” space for Special Education students Lack of age-appropriate science labs for middle school students Lack of middle school spaces such as FACE or Tech Ed Library in dark, narrow portable classroom Inadequate science classroom/lab Small guidance conference room
Raymond School Observations Architectural Building Interior Lack of appropriate safety clearances in gymnasium for competition play Inflexible furniture and equipment throughout building Damaged roof panels in gymnasium Non-secured entrance Lack building security during evening and community events Undersized gym Inflexible computer lab Main entrance
Representative Secure Entry – with highly visible sight lines and controlled access
Mechanical (heating, ventilation, air conditioning) Mechanical system upgrades in 2004 Original hot water piping – 1961, 1963, 1966 Electrical Original electrical service - 1961 Upgraded classroom receptacles, circuits and data wiring – late 1990’s via TEACH wiring project Fire alarm upgraded in 2011 Security cameras were installed in 2013 Interior lighting was recently replaced Emergency generator was recently added Raymond School Observations Original hot water heater Original electrical panel
Plumbing Sanitary waste piping below the floors and connections to plumbing fixtures require replacement. This will require the replacement of the existing floor wherever underground piping is present. Inefficient hot water heater Fire sprinkler system required by code if future renovation work conducted Raymond School Observations Representative images of the work required to replace sanitary piping below the building.
Lifespan of Building Components Temporary portable classroom unit from 2003 Exterior windows
Lifespan of Building Components Typical classroom Science classroom
Lifespan of Building Components Packaged rooftop unit Classroom unit ventilator
Lifespan of Building Components Emergency generator Locker room plumbing fixture
Next Steps Assess Findings; Identify Priorities Host School Tour & Community Workshop October 1, 2013 at 6 PM (tour) and 6:30 PM (workshop) Distribute Community Survey Early November 2013 Complete report available @ www.raymond.k12.wi.us/facilityplan www.raymond.k12.wi.us/facilityplan
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