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Fires ● Smoke ● Flooding ● Leaks ● Wind How will you respond? Johnny Cline, NCSU Blake Holmes, NCSU Doug Lynn, NCSU Jill Kazura, NCSU.

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1 Fires ● Smoke ● Flooding ● Leaks ● Wind How will you respond? Johnny Cline, NCSU Blake Holmes, NCSU Doug Lynn, NCSU Jill Kazura, NCSU

2 FIRES…. ► DH Hill Library ► Reynolds Coliseum ► McKimmon Center HURRICANE DAMAGE… ● CMAST Facility ● Dan Allen Parking Deck FLOODING/LEAKS… ♣ Sewage Hillsborough Bldg ♣ Storm Leazar Hall BROKEN PIPES… ♠ Poe Hall ♠ Nelson Hall ♠ Mann Hall ♠ Daniels Hall ♠ Engineering II, etc…

3 EHS, (Environmental Health & Safety-Insurance) Fire Department Campus Police Department Heads BM&O, (Building Maintenance & Operations) Public Relations Repair & Renovation Housekeeping Emergency Response Vendors and the Curious

4  Develop your staff. ◦ Train them to react to emergencies. ◦ Overlapping responsibilities or duties. ◦ Appoint a Project Manager or Lead Supervisor as alternate.  First response of Facilities Staff. ◦ Evaluate in-house staffing. ◦ Identify in-house specialty personnel needed. ◦ Use of outside vendors.

5  Assessment of damage  Assist with evacuation/ pedestrian & traffic control  Shutdown systems / restore vital utility services  Disseminate and control flow of information  Take pictures / document /develop scopes  Determine manpower / material requirements/ contact contractors  Document expenditures and processes -CMMS  Report to Risk Management  Determine return time to Occupant for Business Operations

6 EventRespondersRoleObjective Fire, Flood, EH&SInitial Response, Initial AssessmentAssess Health & Safety Risks/Insurance Response Wind (Environmental, Health and Safety)Coordinate Evacuation Emergency ResponseInitial Response, Initial AssessmentAssist with initial injuries Fire DepartmentCoordinate Evacuation Campus PoliceCoordinate & Maintain Pedestrian & Traffic Control BM&OInitial Response, Initial AssessmentShutdown Systems (Building Maintenance)Extended ResponseRestore vital utilities services Public RelationsDissemination of informationDissemination of information through the proper channels Control the flow of information Repair & RenovationInitial AssessmentConduct initial damage assessment Take pictures of damage for Risk Management, DOI, and historical record Floor Plans - highlight damaged areas Determine manpower and material requirements for temporary repairs Determine power requirements for equipment Create & Maintain POC list for dissemination of information Mitigation of damagesWrite Sole Source letter for contractor(s) for initial cleanup and/or repairs Control of CostsCreate spreadsheet to document expenditures - resource tracking Extended Response- same dayWrite specification(s) for contractor(s) for further cleanup and/or repairs Write Sole Source letter for contractor(s) for further repairs DailyStatus Reports - Daily to POCs Continue taking pictures - WIP Create Binder for Event to be kept as a permanent record Completion C Invoicing, Send final spreadsheet to Risk Management Take "after" pictures

7  Develop Internal Estimates  Determine Project Manager/Supervisor-- for authorizations  Document total process --CMMS ◦ Photos – before and after ◦ Mitigate damages – use of staff and vendors ◦ Develop written scopes – Use of Bid Process  Break down scopes to phases or areas for control  Drawings of detail areas  Details of what is expected-completion dates Avoid change orders=Blank checks Control in-house charges

8 McKimmon Fire Information WR # PhaseZone Shop EmployeeDate of WorkWork CompletedHours Worked 0011Reggie D. Lane7/27/2011Collect fans & extension cords & deliver to McKimmon Joe A. Denning7/27/2011Collect fans & extension cords & deliver to McKimmon Reggie D. Lane8/2/2011Retrieve fans and extension cords from McKimmon Steve P. Berdequez7/26/2011Clean soot from shop equipment & remove from shop2 0044Robert D'Ottavio7/26/2011Clean soot from shop equipment & remove from shop5 0044William G. McLamb7/26/2011Clean soot from shop equipment & remove from shop7 0044Dennis E. O'Brien7/26/2011Clean soot from shop equipment & remove from shop Mike T. Brooks7/26/2011Clean soot from shop equipment & remove from shop4 0044Chris G. DeMuro7/26/2011Clean soot from shop equipment & remove from shop4 0044Adam W. Harris7/26/2011Clean soot from shop equipment & remove from shop6 0044Shannon G. Roughton7/26/2011Clean soot from shop equipment & remove from shop2 0044Robert Swanson7/26/2011Clean soot from shop equipment & remove from shop2

9 WR # PhaseR&R Shop EmployeeDate of Work Work CompletedHours Worked 009Carp.John Jefferds7/26/2011Clean up broken glass and install glass3 009Carp.Mark Rose7/26/2011Clean up broken glass and install glass3 009Carp.Jody Strickland7/27/2011Removing ceiling tiles for inspection5 WR # PhaseR&R Shop EmployeeDate of Work Work CompletedHours Worked 010GeneralAndrew Wyatt7/26/2011Sealing doorways with plastic1 010GeneralChris Wolfgang7/26/2011Sealing doorways with plastic1 WR # PhaseZone Shop EmployeeDate of Work Work CompletedHours Worked 011Elec.Floyd C. Harding, Jr.7/28/2011Surveying damage/pulling temporary wiring & isolating damaged area in order to get fire system in working order. Troubleshooting various troubles associated with fire damage Elec.Floyd C. Harding, Jr.7/28/2011Finishing up temporary wiring & clearing any troubles with fire system Elec.Jeff J. Stark7/28/2011Assisting Floyd with surveying damage/pulling temporary wiring & isolating damaged area in order to get fire system in working order. Troubleshooting various troubles associated with fire damage. 2 Elec. Shop Total: 7.5 Total Hours: Total Labor$8, McKimmon Fire Information (cont.)

10 VendorsEstimateInvoiceTo PurchasingStatus Steamatic Phase 1$37, /15/03Given to Thom Steamatic HVAC Cleaning$45,000.00$43, /14/03Given to Thom DisasterOne$43,000.00$33, /09/03Given to Thom Steamatic Phase 2$28, /15/03Given to Thom Steamatic Change Order$14, /02/03Given to Thom Steamatic Change Order$6, /02/03Given to Thom T&S Fire and Security$7, /11/03Given to Thom Enpuricon Inc$ /12/03Given to Thom Binswanger Glass$4, /06/03Given to Thom Bonitz Flooring$7, install 6/19 Martin Architectural Pro.$1, install 6/11 Superior Painting$4, /21/03Given to Thom White Electrical$3, /28/03Given to Thom Zone 2$1, Closed Zone 2$ /27/03Closed R&R Shops$9, /27/03Closed Electronics$ /27/03Closed Housekeeping$ /29/03Closed R&R Shops$ /05/03Closed R&R Shops$ /29/03Closed Bonitz Flooring$ /20/03Given to Thom Total$217,403.03$196, Phase III White Electrical$7,911.22

11 Work Order PhaseLaborMaterialsContractor Invoice amount Comments Total Estimate1 Proj Mgt2 First Response3Sparkkles$9,966.33Prior Submitted for DOI First Response3Sparkkles$3,632.13Prior Submitted for DOI Ductz of Triange4canceled Accurate Duct clean 1 & 25Accurate Duct$94,000.00Prior Submitted for DOI Accurate Duct clean 1 & 26Accurate Duct$9,000.00Prior Submitted for DOI Zone 47*$3,030.38$1,467.82$0.00see speadsheet for details$4,498.20M&O verify Fire alarm shut down8*$1,283.13$0.00 see speadsheet for details$1,283.13M&O verify Ductz of Triange9Ductz of Triang$24,651.72Prior Submitted for DOI Ductz of Triange10Ductz of Triang$13,650.00Prior Submitted for DOI Carpentry -crates11$1,126.62$341.20$0.00see speadsheet for details$1, Boiler repair12*$0.00 Joe Moore & co$56, M&O verify Alarm repairs-Const13$1,200.93$0.00 see speadsheet for details$1, AC unit14*$0.00$928.00Gregory Poole$ M&O verify Boiler repair15*$0.00 Hockaday$68, M&O verify Paint rooms16$719.10$25.64$0.00see speadsheet for details$ Aboved ceiling cleanin17$0.00 Accurate Duct$19,200.00Invoice attached$19, Put back ceiling Mech18$0.00 Absolute Paint$4,350.00Invoice attached$4, * Denotes -MO $158,197.11

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17 NC State University McKimmon Center July 26, 2011 Fire Recovery July 26, 2011 General Outline of Areas and Actions This document in conjunction with Sheet 1 and Sheet 2 comprises the initial scope of work necessary for the selective demolition, remediation, cleaning, deodorization and sealing of the smoke and/or fire damaged areas at the McKimmon Center. The work will be performed in multiple phases. The areas are indicated on Sheet 1 and Sheet 2 and are described here as Area 1, Area 2, Area 3 and Area 4. Area 1 Rooms: 7A, 7B, 8A, 8B, 9, 10 Scope of Work: The scope includes but is not limited to: Remove smoke-damaged insulation and replace with new insulation Remove smoke-damaged ceiling tiles and replace with new ceiling tiles Clean, wipe and deodorize ceiling grids, including supply and return grilles Clean, wipe and deodorize ductwork (exterior) Clean, wipe and deodorize speakers and projectors Clean,wipe and deodorize light fixtures and light switches Clean, wipe and deodorize painted walls Clean, wipe and deodorize fabric on walls Clean, wipe and deodorize carpet on walls Clean, wipe and deodorize doors, door handles, metal frames and glass Clean, wipe and deodorize built-in cabinetry Clean, wipe and deodorize tables Clean, wipe and deodorize fabric on chairs Clean, wipe and deodorize table skirts and table coverings Clean, wipe and deodorize refreshment covers (i.e. coffee urn covers) Clean, wipe and deodorize cove base Clean, wipe and deodorize carpeting Clean, wipe and deodorize trash can Clean, wipe and deodorize equipment: Podiums, white boards, clocks, exit signs, fire alarm accessories, folding partition walls, service carts, overhead projectors, televisions and video cameras Fire Smoke Damage Scope

18 NC State University McKimmon Center July 26, 2011 Fire Recovery July 26, 2011 General Outline of Areas and Actions This document in conjunction with Sheet 2 comprises the initial scope of work necessary for the selective demolition, remediation, cleaning, deodorization and sealing of the smoke and/or fire damaged areas at the McKimmon Center. This scope of work encompasses the HVAC cleaning. Quote is due at 3pm today, Deliver to R&R office on campus in a sealed folder, for David Hatch. HVAC Cleanup Scope of Work: The Repair and Renovation Services unit of Facilities Operations would like to receive a Lump Sum Estimate, which must include a “not to exceed” final cost, for Cleaning and sanitizing the HVAC equipment supplying the areas that indentified in the detailed drawings. Included in the quote will be the cleaning of the supply fan system and heating and AC coils, all VAV boxes, supply grilles, return system grilles, and extended lined ductwork. Additional repairs as needed in completing the cleaning could be replacement of flex duct or lined systems. All lined duct work that is cleaned will need additional sealant added to encapsulate loose insulation. NOTE: All work to comply with local codes and university standards. Site Logistics and General Conditions Staging Area The contractor will be provided with a staging area for equipment, waste containers, etc. Fire HVAC Scope

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