Presentation on theme: "MULTIPLE PROFESSIONAL REVIEWS DOCUMENT SOLUTIONS Architectural and engineering review identifies building code and accessibility repairs needed. ($750,000."— Presentation transcript:
MULTIPLE PROFESSIONAL REVIEWS DOCUMENT SOLUTIONS Architectural and engineering review identifies building code and accessibility repairs needed. ($750,000 - $1,300,000) Mechanical engineers review identifies ventilation upgrades. ($1,200,000) Combined estimates are well over $2,000,000 to address aging facilities problems. Insurance safety inspection confirms health and safety risks and liability exposure.
Safety Issues Ventilation Electrical Eye wash & showers, Safety cabinets Accessibility and tripping Master Plan Goals Program clustering Future Science Center Major Projects Schedule Below Grade 2010-11 Secondary Effects 2010-11 Fire Suppression 2011-12 3 & 6 Modernization 2013-14 Science Center 2014-15 Financial Planning Limited Current Bond Funds State Projects Approval & Funding Safety Issues Code Compliance Required Protect Students, District, Board DSA Approval and Inspection Competent Design Team Contracts and Construction Master Plan Goals Accreditation Requirement Align Strategy and Tactics with Vision and Plans Major Projects Schedule Substantial Disruption (classroom relocation, instructional equipment availability, accessibility, etc.) Major Project Overlap Swing Space Flexibility Required Instructional Impact (noise, dust, workers, etc.) Financial Planning Current construction costs down Future financing npredictable
1. Minimum Chemistry Solution (bldg 2) -- $600,000 i. Install Additional Fume Hoods and multi-station local exhaust ii. Install ADA Sinks and Eyewash/Showers iii. Correct Lab Prep Room Ventilation 2. Complete Chemistry Solution (bldg 2) -- $1,200,000 i. Complete Minimum Solution Above ii. Install Fresh Air /Return Isolation iii. Upsize HVAC System 3. Partial Replacement and Modification of Modular Bldgs. -- $1,000,000 i. Remove old health center and single stall bathrooms ii. Modify and connect existing buildings to support chemistry iii. Install new lab-prep and bathroom facilities 4. New Modular Solution -- $1,400,000 i. Replace all modular buildings with new chemistry complex 5. Remove old houses and asphalt parking lot -- $200,000
ALL OPTIONS ARE ITERMEDIATE STEPS TO PERMANENT SOLUTIONS. Insufficient funds to implement Long Term Master Plan OPTION 1 & 2 Lowest and medium cost solutions Invest significant money in keeping the chemistry classes in building two. Most time consuming and difficult implementation No increase flexibility or lab capable swing space Not aligned with the academic and facilities master plans. OPTION 3 & 4 Increases lab space Improves flexibility for future swing space needs. Temporary facilities are a necessary step to get to permanent solutions Future is unknown and swing space needs may not develop if funding continues to tighten. Investing in modular buildings inconsistent with District goals but can be resold as other colleges have done when finished Modular buildings may serve Ohlone for an extended period of time as swing space for programs requiring significant ventilation and plumbing support (biology, chemistry, photography, ceramics, etc.) OPTION 5 May be necessary for the modular project Improve parking for the north entrance Note: All options are short term solutions to a problem All costs are budget estimates and may vary