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Oconto Falls School District Phase II Discussion November 11, 2013
© Ameresco, Inc. 2012, All Rights Reserved Introduction Successful Completion Phase I Phase II – Facilities Preservation Options Moving Forward Project Financing Next Steps Presentation 2
© Ameresco, Inc. 2013, All Rights Reserved 3 Energy Savings Performance Contract Goals Reduced Energy Consumption through Improved Energy Efficiency Reduced Annual Utility and O&M Costs Used Avoided Capital Savings Provided Solutions for Immediate Problems Facility Solutions Bell/PA Systems, HS Gym Roof Replacement, Boiler and Domestic Water Heating Systems Replaced, Incremental Window Replacement Phase I Energy Savings 3
© Ameresco, Inc. 2013, All Rights Reserved 4 Phase I and Phase II Funding 4 Phase I - Performance Contract Self Funded – Heavily Weighted on Energy Savings Capital Equipment Lease financed at 2.49% over 10 years Phase II - Performance Contract Use of Act 32 Revenue Limit Exemption heavily weighted on Future Cost Avoidance with some Energy Cost Savings Or the District’s Financial Consultant will identify creative financing options – Using ongoing low finance rates Existing Contract can be Modified for ease and limit cost
© Ameresco, Inc. 2013, All Rights Reserved Phase I Funding Source Energy Savings Project Funds for Facility Improvements Long Term Capital Avoidance Savings Energy Savings Operations & Maintenance Savings
© Ameresco, Inc. 2013, All Rights Reserved Phase II Potential Funding Sources Preservation of Facilities Funds for Facility Up Keep Long Term Capital Avoidance Savings Energy Savings Operations & Maintenance Savings
© Ameresco, Inc. 2013, All Rights Reserved 7 Full Project Scope Description Facility Improvement Measure Description Energy /O&M Savings or Avoided Future Capital Costs OFES – Window Replacement (Phase II)Energy & O&M Parking Lot Restoration or Seal Coat WorkAvoided Future Capital Cost Window Film low-E (Exterior Windows) AbramsEnergy & Safety IT Space Cooling, WMS, OFES, AbramsO&M w/Avoided Capital Cost Masonry Restoration – Exterior WallsO&M w/Avoided Capital Cost Security Camera Upgrade – HS, WMS, AbramsSafety District Office Boiler Plant ReplacementEnergy VoIP Phone Replacement District wideCost Avoidance/O&M Interior Shatter Resistance Film – HS, WMSSafety Roofing – High School O&M w/Avoided Capital Cost Roofing – Oconto Falls Elementary School O&M w/Avoided Capital Cost Roofing – Washington Middle School O&M w/Avoided Capital Cost Roofing –Abrams O&M w/Avoided Capital Cost
© Ameresco, Inc. 2012, All Rights Reserved 8 Original interior wood fame windows are Inefficient and a pose a security concern OFES Window Replacement Phase II New High Efficiency Windows – Full Aluminum
© Ameresco, Inc. 2012, All Rights Reserved 9 Facility Improvements Measures & Needs Tuck Pointing Parking Lot Restoration/Seal Coat Work Washington Middle School High School
© Ameresco, Inc. 2012, All Rights Reserved 10 Facility Improvements Measures & Needs Parking lot Upkeep Window Film Low-E
© Ameresco, Inc. 2012, All Rights Reserved 11 District office boiler IT Space Cooling Needs
© Ameresco, Inc. 2012, All Rights Reserved 12 Expansion of Current Security Camera Systems Interior Shatter Resistance Film Facilities Security Enhancements
© Ameresco, Inc. 2012, All Rights Reserved 13 Facility Improvements Measures & Needs Masonry restoration
© Ameresco, Inc. 2012, All Rights Reserved 14 Facility Improvements Measures & Needs Tuck Pointing OFHS Shingled Roofing Section VoIP System Voice Over internet Protocol Upgrade/expand existing VoIP to reduce phone service cost and system maintenance cost
© Ameresco, Inc. 2012, All Rights Reserved 15 Full Project Scope Description Facility Improvement Measure Description Estimated Savings/Cost Avoidance Estimated Implementation Cost OFES – Window Replacement (Scope TBD)$ ?$ 150,000 Parking Lot Restoration or Seal Coat Work(Scope TBD)$ ? Window Film low-E (Exterior Windows) Abrams$ 880$ 30,500 IT Space Cooling, WMS, OFES, Abrams$ ?$ 23,000 Masonry Restoration – Exterior Walls (Scope TBD)$ ? Security Camera Upgrade – HS, WMS, Abrams$ ?$ 27,500 District Office Boiler Plant Replacement$ 300$ 15,000 VoIP Phone Replacement District wide (Scope TBD)$ ?$ 149,000 Interior Shatter Resistance Film – HS, WMS (Scope TBD)$ ?$ 35,000 Roofing – High School $ 7,700 $ 2,600,000 Roofing – Oconto Falls Elementary School $ 6,700 $ 2,300,000 Roofing – Washington Middle School $ 3,400 $ 1,600,000 Roofing –Abrams $ 5,000 $ 1,900,000
© Ameresco, Inc. 2012, All Rights Reserved 16 Previous Roofing Inspection Work
© Ameresco, Inc. 2012, All Rights Reserved Roofing Replacement Recently Completed 17 Roofing Work Completed in 2012
© Ameresco, Inc. 2012, All Rights Reserved OFHS Roofing 18 Inspection Completed Spring –2 Year Timeframe 2–5 Year Timeframe 5+ Year Timeframe
© Ameresco, Inc. 2012, All Rights Reserved OFHS Roofing 19 OFHS: Reroof Priority 1 sections with older Priority 2 sections which have asphalt shingles High School Roofing Overview
© Ameresco, Inc. 2012, All Rights Reserved OFHS Roofing 20 Replace Priority 2 ballasted rubber roof OFES Roofing Overview Leaking Areas
© Ameresco, Inc. 2012, All Rights Reserved 21 Inspection Completed Spring –2 Year Timeframe 2–5 Year Timeframe 5+ Year Timeframe WMS Roofing
© Ameresco, Inc. 2012, All Rights Reserved WMS Roofing 22 WMS: Reroofing of Priority 1 and surrounding asphalt shingled Priority 2 sections Middle School Roofing Overview
© Ameresco, Inc. 2012, All Rights Reserved 23 Inspection Completed Spring –2 Year Timeframe 2–5 Year Timeframe 5+ Year Timeframe Abrams Roofing
© Ameresco, Inc. 2012, All Rights Reserved Abrams Roofing 24 Abrams Elementary Roofing Overview Reroofing of Priority 1 and surrounding asphalt shingled Priority 2 old section only
© Ameresco, Inc. 2012, All Rights Reserved Wisconsin Act 32 – Revenue Limit Exemption Wisconsin Act 28 was amended in 2011 by Act 32…. a District may adopt a resolution to increase revenue limit equal to amount spent on a project for energy efficiency measures ….. using bonds or notes issued to finance the project if: 1.The project results in the avoidance of, or reduction in, energy or operational costs; 2.The project is governed by a performance contract entered into under Municipal Law Sec ; and (only a WI certified ESCO can be used) 3.The bonds or notes issued to finance the project for periods not exceeding 20 years. Oconto Falls School District can pass a resolution up to the $1M for ESPC projects with a School Board resolution. If the Energy Efficiency Project exceeds the $1M Cap, the Board can still pass a resolution which will track through the following: 1. A 30 day hold will be placed on the Levy to allow for a voter petition. If within the 30 days, a Voter petition is successful, the Levy must be approved by a Voter Referendum 2. If there is no successful Voter petition within the 30 days, the Board passes a resolution for the Revenue Limit Override to allow bond sale and Levy implementation
© Ameresco, Inc. 2012, All Rights Reserved 26 Next Step School Board Resolution Approval for Signature on Ameresco Project Development Agreement Schedule Next Meetings to discuss District Goals and Proceed Detailed Audit and Comprehensive Report, showing: – Improvement Measures and Firm Costs – Guaranteed Savings and Funding Options for Improvements Exit Fee - $9,900 (Paid Only in the Event the District chooses not to Implement the Project) for engineering and other expenses incurred Detailed Energy Audit costs will be rolled into the project financing. There are no up-front costs to proceed at this time.
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