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1 CEFPI- NTX 2011-2012 Board Lisa Lamkin President Rod Reeves Vice President Mark Vander Voort Program Director Srinath Kasturi Treasuruer Patrick Glenn Secretary Bruce McNabb Membership Coord Larry Williams At-Large Ray Stringer At-Large Richard Flores, Past President Lunch Sponsor: Satterfield & Pontikes Construction, Inc. Kathlyn Joy Gilliam Collegiate Academy, DISD Design and Tours by: SHW Group CEFPI – NTX Please Join Us at our Wednesday Luncheon Meeting - February 15, 2012; 11:30 AM at the Kathlyn Joy Gilliam Academy, DISD, 1700 E. Camp Wisdom Rd., Dallas, TX 75241 RSVP at cefpi.org Guest Speaker : Brian Orr, PE, Structural Engineer Toff Associates, Springfield, Missouri Expert on Safe Room Construction Guest Speaker & Program: Brian Orr, PE, Safe Room Expert If Disaster Strikes… Lessons from the Joplin Tornado The Importance of Safe Rooms What a Safe Room Can Be and Ways to Fund Them

2 CEFPI NORTH TEXAS CHAPTER MEETING January 18, 2012 Performing Arts Center Allen ISD

3 TEXO/CEFPI TASK FORCE PRESENTATION January 18, 2012 Performing Arts Center Allen ISD

4 Agenda 1.Introductions 2.Committee Overview and Mission 3.First Charge 1.Sub-committee creation 4.Sub- Committee Reports 5.Next Steps 6.Questions 7.Performing Arts Center Tour

5 Introductions Lisa Vardeman, AIA, REFP Partner, VLK Architects Ray Stringer, Project Architect Armko Irene Nigaglioni, AIA, REFP Partner, PBK Bob Marwill, Sr. Director, Satterfield Pontikes Raleigh Roussell, President and CEO TEXO

6 Committee Overview and Mission Mission Statement The purpose of the TEXO/CEFPI DFW Joint Committee is to identify and address issues affecting regional K-12 school construction.

7 First Charge Subcommittee Creation Surveyed members for topics that were relevant and that merited further investigation. Classroom of the Future Cost Outlook Lifecycle Costs BIM Better Built Buildings Building Envelope Legislative Issues

8 Subcommittee Reports LEGISLATIVE ISSUES

9 Legislative Issues JOINT CEFPI – TEXO TASKFORCE LEGISLATIVE SUBCOMMITTEE MEMBERS Glenn Anderson, Turner Construction Russ Garrison, Sedalco Construction Terry Hoyle, SHW Group Scott Layne, Irving ISD Susan Smith, Corgan Associates Leesa Vardeman, VLK Architects Lathan Watts, TEXO Larry Williams, Lewisville ISD Construction Industry Architectural Industry School Districts

10 Legislative Issues Discuss and track current legislative issues introduced in the Texas 82(R) Legislative Session Identify legislative issues that would be of interest to CEFPI and TEXO organizations for future development Update fellow members on legislative activities Become activists with our State Representatives in promoting organizations common goals and educating them on our concerns GOALS & OBJECTIVES

11 Legislative Issues We identified and tracked the following Bill Subjects through www.capitol.state.tx.us www.capitol.state.tx.us ARCHITECTS & ARCHITECTURE (S0026) CONSTRUCTION & BUILDING MATERIALS (S0106) EDUCATION--PRIMARY & SECONDARY--CLASS SIZE (S0232) Education--Primary & Secondary--Facilities (I0241) Energy--Conservation (I0317) Developed a better understanding of the legislative process Became more politically active by voicing our support or concerns individually with our Representatives DISCUSS & TRACK CURRENT ISSUES

12 Legislative Issues DISCUSS & TRACK CURRENT ISSUES

13 Legislative Issues Amendments to the 50 Cent Debt Test Class Size Restriction Relief Unfunded Mandates DISCUSS & TRACK CURRENT ISSUES

14 Legislative Issues Developed a Posterous blog to push out real time information to subscribers Maintain a historical reference for relevant legislative matters to our organizations These references would be factual in nature without our committees personal biases UPDATE MEMBERS ON LEGISLATIVE ISSUES

15 Legislative Issues UPDATE MEMBERS ON LEGISLATIVE ISSUES

16 Legislative Issues Most members are not political activists and are out of practice with the political process Our members are leaders in our respective industries and have the power to have a collective voice We firmly believe that well-planned, designed and constructed educational facilities are healthy, relevant and energy efficient and benefit students performance and society in general BECOME POLITICAL ACTIVISTS

17 Legislative Issues Let us know what is important to you Better yet, join us Share the blog with your peers, clients and associates: http://cefpi-texo.posterous.com/ FUTURE WORK

18 Subcommittee Reports COST TRENDS

19 Cost Trends JOINT CEFPI – TEXO TASKFORCE COST OUTLOOK SUBCOMMITTEE MEMBERS Scott Liston, A&P Bruce Helm, Balfour Beatty Irene Nigaglioni, PBK Lathan Watts, TEXO Raleigh Roussell, TEXO Bob Marwill, Satterfield and Pontikes Construction Industry Architectural Industry

20 Cost Trends Goal of the subcommittee To identify factors affecting school construction, and to provide data to assist school districts in planning for future facilities.

21 Cost Trends COST OF SCHOOLS

22 Cost Trends Summary Conclusions from Survey CMAR Projects in 2011 – Compared to 2010 Cost of Elem Schools …….. +12.3% Cost of Middle Schools ….. +10.3% Cost of High Schools …….. +11.2% CSP Projects in 2011 – Compared to 2010 Cost of Elem. Schools ……… +6.8% Cost of Middle Schools …….. -3.9% Cost of High Schools ……….. -5.0%

23 Cost Trends Trends Sharp increase in cost (10% - 12%) of Elem. & Middle Schools for 2 nd year in a row (since 2009) Sharp increase in cost (11%) of High schools this year, after decreases in 2009 & 2010 Sampling illustrates lower Cost / S.F. of CSP, compared to CMAR

24 Cost Trends CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY COST INDICATORS (McGraw-Hill /ENR-Dec., 2011) Cost Indexes by City – % Change in last year Construction Cost Building Cost Materials Cost 20 City Avg. +2.5% +2.9% +4.8% Baltimore +4.0% +4.4%+6.2% (Highest) Birmingham +9.6% (Highest) +2.5%+5.2% Boston +3.6% +3.1%+6.0% Dallas +0.6% (Lowest) +3.0%+1.8% (Lowest) Denver +7.7% +1.7%+4.0% New York City+3.0% +3.5%+4.6% Pittsburgh +3.4% +5.3% (Highest)+3.3% San Francisco +0.8% +1.4% (Lowest)+4.9%

25 Subcommittee Reports LIFECYCLE COSTS

26 Lifecycle Costs JOINT CEFPI – TEXO TASKFORCE LIFE CYCLE COSTS SUBCOMMITTEE MEMBERS Craig Reynolds, BRW Architects Phil Jimerson, Grapevine Colleyville ISD Eric Hahnfeld, HHS Architects Irene Nigaglioni, PBK Don Penn, IEG Lathan Watts, TEXO Jordan Dial, Lee Lewis Barb Von Der Heydt, Fort Worth ISD Construction Industry Architectural Industry School Districts

27 Lifecycle Costs Goal of the subcommittee To develop a matrix of building components and systems that are typically used in educational facilities, that will include costs and life expectancies, as well as recommendations for best use.

28 BUILDING SYSTEMS ROOF PAVING GLAZING LIGHTING AIR CONDITIONING FLOORING Lifecycle Costs

29 Dated: December 2011 Available at www.cefpi.org www.cefpi.org under North Texas Chapter

30 Lifecycle Costs The goal of this document is to provide information to school districts that are making purchasing decisions on major school building components and equipment. Decisions on equipment and building components should be made by analyzing both initial costs with long term costs, as well as with a good understanding of service and maintenance potential. GOAL OF REPORT

31 Lifecycle Costs This document is a starting point when considering a major purchase. School Districts are encouraged to consult with the appropriate design consultant prior to making the decision. GOAL OF REPORT

32 Lifecycle Costs MECHANICAL SYSTEMS Selection of system type typically is driven by prior experience and costs. With the advent of LEED, adoption of Energy Codes and media driven exposure, the use of the more renewable technologies are being explored. Systems that do not evaporate water and do not require water treatment chemicals are becoming more popular. Life Cycle costs are becoming more prevalent in decision making process. SUMMARY SHEET

33 Lifecycle Costs MATRIX

34 Lifecycle Costs MATRIX COMPONENT CSI DIVISION (Old and New) DESCRIPTION INITIAL COST New Construction Renovation/Replacement LONG TERM COSTS Reasoning Frequency XX Year Lifecycle Costs LIFE EXPECTANCY APPLICATIONS Benefits Challenges REMARKS

35 Lifecycle Costs MATRIX COMPONENT – Rooftop Package DX Units CSI DIVISION (Old and New) – 15783/23 7400 DESCRIPTION – Min Eff RTUs INITIAL COST New Construction - $14.17/SF Renovation/Replacement - $12.50/SF

36 Lifecycle Costs MATRIX LONG TERM COSTS - $0.60/SF Reasoning - Maintenance Frequency - Annually 30 Year Lifecycle Costs - $60.67/SF LIFE EXPECTANCY – 15 years

37 Lifecycle Costs MATRIX APPLICATIONS Benefits – Energy Consumption at point of Use Challenges – Multiple large roof penetrations REMARKS – Simple System; Cost for Replacement included at Year 15

38 Identify other building components and systems Support new sub-committee that developed from this one Renewable Energies – Don Penn Review other costs and possible recommendations for savings on the M&O side FUTURE WORK Lifecycle Costs

39 Subcommittee Reports BUILDING ENVELOPE

40 Building Envelope JOINT CEFPI – TEXO TASKFORCE BUILDING ENVELOPE SUBCOMMITTEE MEMBERS Ray Stringer, Armko Cecil Cypert, Frisco ISD Shawn LeCrone, PBK Gary Rademacher, Huckabee Doug Workman, Hunt Construction Lathan Watts, TEXO Construction Industry Architectural Industry School Districts

41 Building Envelope From Design to Construction A Best Practices Guide OWNER – DESIGNER/ARCHITECT – CONSULTANTS - CONTRACTOR Building Envelope

42 PLAGUES OF A BUILDING OWNER Disturbance of the interior space. Destruction of existing building materials Development of health issues Loss of time of space during remediation Loss of money due to staff relocation Reputation-perception of an issue Building Envelope

43 SUGGESTED FORMAT FOR THE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION TEAM OWNER ARCHITECTCONTRACTOR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS BUILDING ENVELOPE ENVELOPE CONSULTANT PEER REVIEW PRICE OUT JOB CONSTRUCTION INITIATE PROPOSAL PROCESS SELECTION OF SUBS ACTUAL CONSTRUCTION OWNER Building Envelope

44 The Building Envelope - Best Practices SUBCONTRACTOR INPUT What are the most prevalent issues associated with waterproofing related to your trade. What would be most beneficial to you with regard to the design documents? What can the GC do to improve the construction process? ROOFING WATERPOOFING MASONRY GLAZING PLASTER

45 SPECIFIC CASE STUDIES DESIGNATE THE CONSTRUCTION/DESIGN ISSUE! IDENTIFY WHAT IS POSSIBLY CAUSING THE PROBLEM? WHAT IS THE PROPOSED SOLUTION TO SOLVING THE PROBLEM? WALL LEAK PROPOSED SOLUTION Building Envelope

46 Next Steps Continue the work Identify new topics for review Sub-Committees continue work Provide membership with relevant information We are recruiting!! Next meeting: February 3 at 11:30am at TEXO Contact: irene.nigaglioni@pbk.com Wayne.reynaud@pbk.com

47 Questions

48 Architecture | Engineering | Planning | Technology | Facility Consulting New Performing Arts Center & Fine Arts Expansion/Repurposing January 16, 2012 ALLEN INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Allen High School

49 Project Summary Performing Arts Center Student Commons Fine Arts Expansion Fine Arts Repurposing

50 Architectural Drawings Floor Plan Level 1 Site Drop Off Area 1 Entry Plaza 2 Loading Dock 3 Mechanical Yard 4 Future Expansion 5 1 2 3 4 5

51 Architectural Drawings Floor Plan Level 1 Student Commons 10,000 s.f. multi-purpose student commons space Performing Arts Center 1,500 seat Auditorium w/ Balcony Lobby and Gallery Space Backstage & Support Spaces Dressing Rooms 1 Green Room 2 Scene Shop 3 Costume Shop 4 3 4 1 12

52 Architectural Drawings Floor Plan Level 1 Fine Arts Expansion 10,000 s.f. Band Hall 1 Percussion Room 2 Band Instrument Storage 3 Dance, Drill Team and Color Guard Locker Rooms 4 Practice Rooms 5 Mechanical Room 6 Dressing Rooms 7 Fine Arts Repurposing Staff Office Repurposing 8 Storage Room Repurposing 9 4 1 3 2 5 5 6 7 8 7 9

53 Architectural Drawings Floor Plan Level 3 Performing Arts Center 500 Seat Balcony 1 Side Balconies 2 Video Room 3 Floor Plan Level 2 1 2 2 3

54 Images CommonsEntry

55 Images Grid IronStagePerformance Hall

56 Images Costume ShopBand Hall

57 Images Gallery SpaceDressing RoomScene Shop

58 Architecture | Engineering | Planning | Technology | Facility Consulting ALLEN INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Thank You!

59 CEFPI NORTH TEXAS CHAPTER MEETING January 18, 2012 Performing Arts Center Allen ISD


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