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LOCAL ASSISTANCE 5 – YEAR PLAN Facilities Department Mark Thissell
Overview Address Maintenance and Infrastructure Needs: –Roofing Systems –Utility Systems –Mechanical Systems –Exterior Repairs –Other Miscellaneous Issues/Repairs Looks Ahead from 2009 thru 2013
Roofing Systems LAC: –CDC - $200K (2009) –Bldg J - $399K (2010) –Bldg A - $399K (2011) –Bldg K – $399K (2012) –Bldg M - $399K (2013) PCC: –Bldg CC - $200K (2009) –Bldg GG - $300K (2010) –Bldg FF - $200K (2011)
Utility Systems LAC Campus System : –Domestic Water Lines - $399K (2009) –Electrical Wiring & Panels - $399K (2010) –Sewer System - $399K (2011) –Hot Water Piping – $399K (2012) –Natural Gas Lines - $399K (2013) PCC Campus System: –Water Lines - $399K (2009) –Electrical Systems - $399K (2010) –Lighting Systems - $399K (2011) –HV Electrical - $399K (2012) –Sewer Lines $399K (2013)
Mechanical Systems LAC: –CDC HVAC - $399K (2009) –Bldg K HVAC - $399K (2010) –Emergency Generators - $399K (2011) –Bldg B HVAC – $399K (2012) –Bldg H HVAC - $399K (2013) PCC: –Bldg MM Exhaust Hood - $100K (2009) –Bldg MM Ventilation - $100K (2010) –Campus Wide HVAC - $399K (2011) –Campus Wide Boilers - $399K (2012) –Campus Wide Chillers - $399K (2013)
Exterior Repairs LAC: –CDC; Paint, Windows, Doors - $200K (2009) –Bldg K; Paint, Windows, Doors - $399K (2010) –Bldg J; Paint, Windows, Doors - $399K (2011) –Bldg H; Paint, Windows, Doors - $399K (2012) –Bldg E; Paint, Windows, Doors - $200K (2013) PCC: –Bldg GG; Replace Patio and Cover - $200K (2009) –Bldg FF; Paint, Windows, Doors - $200K (2010) –Bldg GG; Paint, Windows, Doors - $399K (2011) –Bldg QQ; Paint, Windows, Doors - $399K (2012) –Bldg RR; Paint, Windows, Doors - $399K (2013)
Other Miscellaneous Issues/Repairs LAC Campus System : –Resurface Tennis Courts - $399K (2009) –Replace/Repair Locks - $399K (2010) –Repair/Replace Sidewalks - $399K (2011) –Replace Interior Doors - $200K (2012) –Replace Flooring - $399K (2013) PCC Campus System: –Replace Sidewalks - $399K (2009) –Replace Flooring - $399K (2010) –Replace Signage - $200K (2011) –Replace Interior Doors - $200K (2012) –Replace/Repair Locks $399K (2013)
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