Appendix B, Final Project Proposal Forms - Victor Valley College

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Final Project Proposal


2011
-
2012


Community College Construction Act of 1980

Capital Outlay Budget Change Proposal



Science Building Addition

Proposal Name



Victor Valley

Community College District



Victor Valley

College



July 1, 2009

Date




A


P

X

W

X

C

X

E

X

(Revised 02/02)






Title Page

Included

Final Project Proposal Checklist

Included

Approval Page

Included

Project Terms and Conditions

1
-
2

Analysis of Building Space Use and WSCH (JCAF 31)

3

Cost Estimate Summary and Anticipated Time Schedule (JCAF 32)

4

Quantities and Unit Costs Supporting the JCAF 32

5
-
7

California Energy Commission Audit

8

Responses to Specific Requirements of the State Administrative Manual

11
-
23

California Environmental Quality Act Environmental Impact Report

14

Outline of Specifications

24
-
36

Federal Funds Detail


37

Analysis of Future Costs

38

Campus Plot Plan and Diagrams of Building Areas, Elevations, and

Cross
-
Sections


39
-
52

Guideline
-
Based Group II Equipment Cost Estimates (JCAF 33)

53

Justification of Additional Costs Exceeding Guidelines

54

Detailed Equipment List

55
-
82





(Revised 02/02)



Final Project Proposal Forms


District:

Victor Valley Community College District

College:

Victor Valley College

Project:

Science Building Addition

Prepared by:

gkkworks

Date: July 1, 2009


Documents included in this File





Section

Description


Check if Included


Date


Title Page


x


7/1/2009

1.1

Approval Page and Project Terms
and Conditions
-

Final Project Proposal
(with original signatures)


Hard Copy
Required



6.1

California Energy Commission Approved Audit


x


7/1/2009

9.1

Outline of Specifications


x


7/1/2009

10.1

Federal Funds Detail


x


7/1/2009

11.1

Analysis of
Future Costs


x


7/1/2009



Concept Drawings


Attached to FUSION Files



Concept Drawings


Hard Copy Submitted

15.1

Justification of Additional Costs exceeding Guidelines
(as needed)


x


7/1/2009

16.1

Detailed Equipment List


x


7/1/2009







Forms
Completed Through FUSION







Analysis of Building Space Use and WSCH
-

JCAF 31


Submitted Through FUSION



Cost Estimate Summary
-

JCAF 32


Submitted Through FUSION

8.1

Status of the California Environmental Quality Act: Environmental Impact
Report,
Negative Declaration or Exemption Notice


Submitted Through FUSION

14.1

Guideline
-
Based Group II Equipment Cost Estimates
-

JCAF 33


Submitted Through FUSION







Files Attached Electronically to FPP Forms






Required





7.1

State Administrative
Manual Presentation see web page reference for form


Attach To FUSION FPP



http://www.dof.ca.gov/budgeting/forms/




Quantities and Unit Costs supporting the JCAF 32


Attach to FUSION FPP


12.1

Campus Plot Plan


x


7/1/2009

13.1

Diagrams of Building Areas
(include floor plans with building areas
affected.) (Insert half
-
sized scaled conceptual drawings into the FPP.)


x


7/1/2009

13.2

Site Plans


x


7/1/2009

13.3

Floor Plans


x


7/1/2009

13.4

Exterior Elevations


x


7/1/2009

13.5

Electrical Plans

(as needed)







13.6

Mechanical Plans
(as needed)







13.7

Building Cross
-
Sections
(as needed)








(Revised 02/02)



Approval

P
AGE

Final Project Proposal

Budget Year:
2011
-
2012


District:

Victor Valley
Community College District

Project Location:

Victor Valley College


College, campus, or center)

Project Name:

Science Building Addition



The district proposes funds for inclusion in the State capital outlay budget (check items):

site acquisition


preliminary plans

X

working drawings

X

construction

X

equipment

X



District Certification

Contact Person:

Stephen Garcia, Director of Facilities Construction

Telephone:

(760) 245
-
4270 x 2270


(Facilities, Planning and Development)



E
-
Mail Address:

gracias@vvc.edu

Fax:

(760) 243
-
2781

Approved for submission:


Date:



(Chancellor/President/Superintendent Signature
)




District Board of Trustees Certification

The Governing Board of the District approves the submission of this application to the
Board of Governors of the California
Community Colleges and promises to fulfill the succeeding list of Project Terms and Conditions.






(President of the Board of Trustees Signature and Date)


(Secretary of the Board of Trustees Signature and Date)


Atta
ch a copy of the Board Resolution that substantiates approval of the application and promises to fulfill the Project
Terms and Conditions.





Submit proposal to:

Facilities Planning and Utilization

Chancellor’s Office

California Community Colleges

1102 Q
Street, 4th Floor

Sacramento, CA 95814

Chancellor's Office Certification

Reviewed B
y
:


Date Completed
:



(Revised 02/02)

1

P
ROJECT
T
ERMS AND
C
ONDITIONS

District:

Victor Valley Community College District

College:

Victor Valley College

Project:

Science Building Addition

Budget Year:

2011
-
2012



1.

The applicant hereby requests State funds in the amount prescribed by law for the project named herein. All
parts and exhibits contained in or referred to in this application are submitted with and made part of this
application.

2.

The applicant hereby assures the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges that:


a.

Pursuant to the provisions of Sec
tion 57001.5 of Title 5
no

part of this application includes a request for
funding the planning or construction of dormitories, stadia, the improvement of sites for student or staff
parking, single
-
purpose auditoriums or student centers other than
cafeterias. The facilities included in
the proposed project will be used for one or more of the purposes authorized in 57001.5 of Title 5.


b.

Any State funds received pursuant to this application shall be used solely for defraying the
development costs o
f the proposed project.



If the application is approved, the construction covered by the application shall be undertaken in an
economical manner and will not be of elaborate or extravagant design or materials.


c.

Pursuant to the provisions of Section 81837 of the
Education Code
, approval of the final plans and
specifications for construction will be obtained from the Board of Governors of the California
Community Colleges
before

any contract is let for the construc
tion.


d.

No changes in construction plans or specifications made after approval of final plans which would alter
the scope of work, function assignable and/or gross areas, utilities, or safety of the facility will be made
without prior approval of the Cha
ncellor’s Office of the California Community Colleges and the
Department of General Services Office of Architecture and Construction.


e.

Pursuant to the provisions of Section 57001 of Title 5, an adequate and separate accounting and fiscal
records and acc
ounts of
all

funds received from any source to pay the cost of the proposed construction
will be maintained, and audit of such records and accounts will be permitted at any reasonable time,
during the project, at the completion of the project, or both.


f.

Architectural or engineering supervision and inspection will be provided at the construction site to
ensure that the work was completed in compliance with the provisions of Section 81130 of the
Education Code

and that it conforms with the approved plans a
nd specifications.


g.

Pursuant to the provisions of Section 8 of the
Budget Act
, no contract will be awarded prior to the
allocation of funds to the Board of Governors by the Public Works Board.

3.

It is understood by the applicant that:


a.

No claim agai
nst any funds awarded on this application shall be approved which is for work or
materials not a part of the project presented in this application as it will be finally allocated by the
Public Works Board.


(Revised 02/02)

2

Project Terms and Conditions

(Continued)



b.

Th
e failure to abide by each of the assurances made herein entitles the Board of Governors of the
California Community Colleges to withhold all or some portion of any funds awarded on this
application.


c.

Any fraudulent statement which materially affects an
y substantial portion of the project presented in
this application, as it may be finally approved, entitles the Board of Governors of the California
Community Colleges to terminate this application or payment of any funds awarded on the project
presented i
n this application.

4.

It is further understood that:


a.

The appropriation which may be made for the project presented in this application does not make an
absolute grant of that amount to the applicant.


b.

The appropriation is made only to fund the
project presented in this application, as it is finally
approved, regardless of whether the actual cost is less than or equals the appropriation.


c.

A reduction in the scope of the project or assignable areas shall result in a proportionate reduction in
t
he funds available from the appropriation.





JCAF 31,
(Revised 11/97)

3

A
NALYSIS OF
B
UILDING
S
PACE
U
SE AND
WSCH

-

JCAF

31


Rm.

Type

Description

TOP

N
o.

Department

No.

Rms

No.

Sta

Room
No.

ASF

Sec.

ASF

Increase
In

Space

110

Classroom

0099

General

Assignment

2



2,245



2,245

115

Classroom

Service

0099

General

Assignment

1



143


143

210

Class

Lab

0400

Biological

Sciences

4



4,917


4,917

210

Class

Lab

1900

Physical

Sciences

4



4,566


4,566

215

Class

Lab

Service

0400

Biological

Sciences

3



574


574

215

Class

Lab

Service

0401

Biology,

General

8



4,649

-
4,649


215

Class

Lab

Service

1900

Physical

Sciences

3



601


601

215

Class

Lab

Service

1905

Chemistry,

General

6



3,624

-
3,624


215

Class

Lab

Service

1914

Geology

1



569

-
569


230

Individual

Study

Lab

1902

Physics,

General

1



221

-
221


310

Office

0099

General

Assignment

1



110


110

310

Office

0099

General

Assignment

27



2,553


2,553

310

Office

0401

Biology,

General





-
110

-
110

350

Conference

Room

0099

General

Assignment

1



350


350

410

Read/Study

Room

0401

Biology,

General

1



243

-
243


715

DP/Computer

Service

0401

Biology,

General

1



304

-
304


Totals:

64



25,669

-
9,720

15,949

Victor Valley Community College District

Science Building Addition FPP

JCAF 32,

(Revised 02/00)

4


COST ESTIMATE SUMMARY AND ANTICIPATED TIME SCHEDULE
-

JCAF 32:
Campus:


Victor Valley Community College (Victor

Valley CCD)

CFIS Ref. #:


40.66.XXX


Project Title:


Science Building Addition

(Official)


Date Prepared:


4/14/2009

Original CCI:


5065


Budget Ref #:




Request For:





L

P


W


C


E





Original EPI:


2894

Prepared by:


gkkworks


Total

Cost

State

Funded

District

Funded

State
-
Supportable

Non

State
-
Supportable

1. Site Acquisition

Acres:








2. Plans

Budget CCI:


5065


$724,888

$434,933

$289,955




A. Architectural Fees (for preliminary plans)

$455,138






B. Project Management (for preliminary plans)

$81,275






C. Preliminary Tests
(soils, hazardous materials)

$51,975






D. Other Costs
(for preliminary plans)

$136,500




3. Working Drawings

Budget CCI:


5065


$973,391

$584,035

$389,356




A.
Architectural Fees (for working drawings)

$585,177






B. Project Management (for working drawings)

$81,275






C. Office of the State Architect, Plan Check Fee

$87,200






D. Community College Plan Check Fee

$46,489






E. Other Costs
(for
working drawings)

$173,250




(Total PW may not exceed 13% of construction)

True






4. Construction

Budget CCI:


5065


$16,254,919

$9,752,951

$6,501,968




A. Utility Service

$900,813






B. Site Development, Service

$236,608






C. Site
Development, General

$752,285






D. Other Site Development

$5,571






E. Reconstruction

$4,605,991






F. New Construction
(building) (w/Group I equip)

$9,199,768






G. Other

$553,883




5. Contingency

$904,866

$542,920

$361,946


6.
Architectural and Engineering Oversight

$260,079

$156,047

$104,032


7. Tests and Inspections

$352,549

$211,529

$141,020




A. Tests

$162,549






B. Inspections

$190,000




8. Construction Management

(if justified)

$325,098

$195,059

$130,039


9.
Total Construction Costs

(items 4 through 8 above)

$18,097,511

$10,858,506

$7,239,005


10. Furniture and Group II Equipment

Budget EPI:



2894


$2,430,828

$1,458,497

$972,331


11. Total Project Cost

(items 1, 2, 3, 9, and 10)

$22,226,618

$13,335,971

$8,890,647


12.

Project

Data

Outside

GSF

Assignable

Square

Feet

Ratio

ASF/GSF

Unit

Cost

Per

ASF

Unit

Cost

Per

GSF

14.

State

Funded

District

Funded


District

Funded

Total

Supportable


Non

Supportable



Construction

27,492


15,949


0.58


$577


$335


Acquisition










Reconstruction

13,000


9,720


0.75


$474


$354


Preliminary

Plans

$434,933


$289,955




$289,955


13.
Anticipated Time Schedule

Working

Drawings

$584,035


$389,356




$389,356



Start

Preliminary

Plans

7/1/2011


Advertise

Bid

for

Construction

7/1/2013


Construction

$10,858,506


$7,239,005




$7,239,005



Start

Working

Drawings

1/1/2012


Award

Construction

Contract

9/1/2013


Equipment

$1,458,497


$972,331




$972,331



Complete

Working

Drawings

10/1/2012


Advertise

Bid

for

Equipment

6/1/2014


Total

Costs


$13,335,971


$8,890,647




$8,890,647



DSA

Final

Approval

5/1/2013


Complete

Project

3/1/2015


%

of

SS

Total

60.00%


40.00%


SS

Total:

$22,226,618


5

1
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Victor Valley Community College District

Science Building Addition FPP

7

Q
UANTITIES AND
U
NIT
C
OSTS
S
UPPORTING THE
JCAF

32

Please include the architect’s detailed cost estimate
in lieu of this sheet



1

Site Acquisition









$0















2

Plans









$724,88
8



a. Architect's Fee

(Preliminary Plans)













CONST x 8% x 35%









$455,138

















b. Project Management Fee (Preliminary Plans)













CONST x 1%









$81,275



Half used for preliminary plan and half used for working

drawings



























c. Preliminary Tests (
soils, hazardous materials)













Soils Reports







$15,750





Land Survey







$12,600





Hazardous Material Survey







$13,125





CEQA (Environmental Documents)







$10,500















$51,975

















d. Other Costs













Data Technology Consultants







$15,750





Energy/LEED Consultants







$57,750





Laboratory Consultants







$21,000





Acoustical Consultants







$15,750





Constructability Review Consultants







$26,250















$136,500















3

Working Drawings









$973,391



a. Architect's Fee (Working Drawings)













CONST x 8% x 45%









$585,177

















b. Project Management Fee (Working Drawings)













CONST x 1%









$81,275



Half used for preliminary plan and half used for working

drawings



























c. Office of the State Architect, Plan Check Fee













Plan Check Fee, Structural, Fire, Life Safety Review









$87,200



.007 x $1,000,000 +







$83,275





.005 x balance CONST.













Access Compliance Review













Up to $2,000,000 ($2,500) +







$3,925





.0001 x balance CONST.











Victor Valley Community College District

Science Building Addition FPP

8

















e. Community College Plan Check Fee













CONST x 0.00286









$46,489

















h. Other Costs:













Coordination Review Consultant







$36,750





Estimating Consultant







$31,500





Printing, Advertising, Bidding







$105,000















$173,250















4

Construction









$16,254,919





Quantity

Unit

Cost Per Unit



Total Cost



a. Utility Services













(1) Site Electrical







$643,118





(2) Plumbing/Mechanical







$257,695















$900,813

















b.

Site Development Service













(1) Demolition







$155,692





(2) Rough Grading







$31,358





(3) Storm Drainage







$49,558















$236,608

















c. Site Development General













(1) Paving & Walks







$402,315





(2) Site Appurtances







$122,925





(3) Finish Grading







$58,066





(4) Landscaping







$168,980















$752,285

















d. Other Site Development













(1) Storm Water Prevention Measures







$5,571















$5,571

















e. Reconstruction
(Calculated at 75% CCI 5065)













215 Class Lab Service (401 Biology, General)

4,649

ASF

$484.50

$2,252,441





215 Class Lab Service (1905 Chemistry, General)

3,624

ASF

$489.00

$1,772,136





215 Class Lab Service (1914 Geology)

569

ASF

$489.00

$278,241





230 Individual Study Lab (1902 Physics, General)

221

ASF

$489.00

$108,069





310 Office (99 General Assignment)

110

ASF

$331.50

$36,465





410 Read/Study Room (401 Biology, General)

243

ASF

$243.75

$59,231





715 DP/Computer Service (401 Biology, General)

304

ASF

$327.00

$99,408















$4,605,991

















f. Construction

(Calculated at CCI 5065)













110 Classroom (99 General Assignment)

2,245

ASF

$419.00

$940,655





115 Classroom Service (99 General Assignment)

143

ASF

$419.00

$59,917



Victor Valley Community College District

Science Building Addition FPP

9



210 Class Lab (400 Biological Sciences)

4,917

ASF

$646.00

$3,176,382





210 Class Lab (1900 Physical Sciences)

4,566

ASF

$652.00

$2,977,032





215 Class Lab
Service (400 Biological Sciences)

574

ASF

$646.00

$370,804





215 Class Lab Service (1900 Physical Sciences)

601

ASF

$652.00

$391,852





310 Office (99 General Assignment)

2,553

ASF

$442.00

$1,128,426





350 Conference (99 General Assignment)

350

ASF

$442.00

$154,700















$9,199,768

















g. Other













Fire Sprinklers







$184,458





Specia
lized Equipment







$47,250





Energy Incentive (Reconstruction x 3%)







$138,180





Energy Incentive (New Construction x

2%)







$183,995















$553,883















5

Contingency









$
904,866



CONST x 5% For New Construction












CONST x 7% For Reconstruction




















6

Architectural & Engineering & Oversight









$260,079



CONST

x 1.6%

























7

Tests & Inspections









$352,549



(a) Test = 1% x CONST









$162,549



(b) Inspection = (N months + 1) x $10,000

18

Mo.

$10,000.00



$190,000















8

Construction Management









$325,098



CONST

x 2%

























9

Total Construction Costs









$18,
097,511



(Items 4 through 8 above)

























10

Furniture & Group II Equipment









$2,430,828















11

Total Project Cost









$22,
226,618



(Items
1, 2, 3, 9 and 10)











12

Overall Cost per Square Foot









$862

Victor Valley Community College District

Science Building Addition FPP

10

C
ALIFORNIA
E
NERGY
C
OMMISSION
A
PPROVED
A
UDIT

Please include required reports or certifications

in lieu of this sheet
. If this project is already covered by an
energy audit, please

so state.



The Victor Valley Community College Science Building Addition project will meet or exceed all
current building codes and associated energy requirements.

STATE OF CALIFORNIA

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE

CAPITAL OUTLAY

915 L Street

BUDGET CHANGE PROPOSAL (COBCP)

Sacramento, CA

95814

COVER PAGE (REV 01/08)

IMS Mail Code: A15

BUDGET YEAR 2011
-
2012



ORG CODE:_____ COBCP NO. ______ PRIORITY: _____ PROJECT ID:___________



11

DEPARTMENT: ________________________________________________________



PROJECT TITLE: ______________________________________________________



TOTAL REQUEST (DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS): $_________MAJOR/MINOR:____

P
HASE(S) TO BE FUNDED: _______ PROJ CAT: _________ CCCI/EPI: __________

SUMMARY OF PROPOSAL:


****** THIS
PAGE

IS TO BE COMPLETED BY FPU. ******



HAS A BUDGET PACKAGE BEEN COMPLETED FOR THIS PROJECT? (E/U/N/?): __

REQUIRES LEGISLATION (Y/N): _____IF
YES, LIST CODE SECTIONS: ______________


REQUIRES PROVISIONAL LANGUAGE (Y/N) _____

IMPACT ON SUPPORT BUDGET: ONE
-
TIME COSTS (Y/N): __ FUTURE COSTS (Y/N): __

FUTURE SAVINGS (Y/N):_
_ REVENUE (Y/N):__

DOES THE PROPOSAL AFFECT ANOTHER DEPARTMENT (Y/N):
___

IF YES, ATTACH

COMMENTS OF AFFECTED DEPARTMENT SIGNED BY ITS DIRECTOR OR DESIGNEE.


SIGNATURE APPROVALS:



__________________________________


___________________________________

PREPARED BY



DATE


REVIEWED BY





DATE


_________
_________________________


___________________________________

DEPARTMENT DIRECTOR


DATE


AGENCY SECRETARY



DATE

*****************************************************************************
*******************************

DOF ANALYST USE

DOF ISSUE #_
____ PROGRAM CAT:___ PROJECT CAT:___ BUDG PACK STATUS:____

ADDED REVIEW: SUPPORT:____OTROS:____ FSCU:____ OSAE:___
CALSTARS: ____



PPBA:
__________________


Date: ______________


STATE OF C
ALIFORNIA

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE

CAPITAL OUTLAY

915 L Street

BUDGET CHANGE PROPOSAL (COBCP)

Sacramento, CA 95814

COVER PAGE (REV 01/08)

IMS Mail Code: A15

BUDGET YEAR 2010
-
11



ORG CODE:_____ COBCP NO. ______ PRIORITY: _____ PROJECT ID:___________




13


Responses to Specific
Requirements of the

State Administrative Manual


A.

PURPOSE OF THE PROJECT


1.

E
XECUTIVE

S
UMMARY


Student enrollment in the Victor Valley College sciences program has been expanding each
term. While the program operates to the best of its abilities, the existing capacity of the
existing Science Lab Building restricts the science program from reaching i
ts goals and
providing a modern instructional environment.
Laboratory space is insuffic
ient to meet
program needs.
The proposed project will construct a
15,949 ASF (27,492 GSF) addition to
the Science Lab Building (Building #31)

that would provide lecture
, laboratory, office and
support spaces for the science program, allowing it to accommodate student enrollment and
WSCH growth as well as provide science laboratory equipment that will be conducive to
modern instructional methods.
Reconstruction of 9,720 A
SF in the existing Science Building
will link the new addition and allow for the shared use of existing laboratory preparation
space.



2.

P
ROBLEM


S
TATEMENT



Victor Valley

College’s sciences programs face two challenges. The first is the need for
additional instructional spaces to accommodate growth, and second is the need for
appropriate instructional
support
spaces to meet the demands of the instructional programs.


The
existing
Science Lab Building houses the sciences programs which includes course
offerings in Biology, Chemistry, Physical Science, Physics, Astronomy, Geology,
Oceanography, Geography, Agriculture and Environmental Science.


Enrollment Growth.
The Calif
ornia Community Colleges Chancellors Office long range
WS
CH projection suggests that Victor Valley
College will grow by approximately
3.3

percent annually between the
years 2008 and 2015

from
159,5040

WSCH


to
211,990

WSCH. The biological and physical sciences, constitute
approximately 10 percent

of WSCH
at the College. To keep pace with student demand and expected growth within these
programs, the College needs more sciences instructional space

as well as instruction
al
support spaces. The largest programs, biology and chemistry, have tripled in size over the
past 4 years at the College, while smaller programs such as physics, geology and astronomy


STATE OF C
ALIFORNIA

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE

CAPITAL OUTLAY

915 L Street

BUDGET CHANGE PROPOSAL (COBCP)

Sacramento, CA 95814

COVER PAGE (REV 01/08)

IMS Mail Code: A15

BUDGET YEAR 2010
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have doubled. To accommodate for the enrollment growth, the College
offers courses in the
science discipline Monday through Saturdays including extended evening courses. Courses a
enrolled at capacity.


Current Instructional
& Instructional Support
Spaces Cannot Meet Program Demands.

The existing Science
Lab
Building cann
ot support the current science programs.




New permanent contiguous space is necessary to include geography, oceanography and
agriculture in the same building. Currently, these programs do not have dedicated
laboratory space. There is limited storage spac
e in the existing building which results on
the need to transport lab materials and instructional demonstration apparatus from storage
to instructional space.




Geology currently has an outdoor rock storage yard, accessed from the geology prep area.
This s
torage yard provides course demonstration materials and specimen for academic
experimentation and research. However, the current building lab preparation areas do not
provide an accessible and secure lab preparation space to set up for geology labs.




Bio
logy is the third largest program at the College.
There is a need
for larger labs to
accommodate large sections within this discipline including anatomy, bacteriology, and
biotechnology. Instructional lab currently limits the section capacity. In additio
n, current
spaces do not provide additional experiment spaces and fume hoods for student
teamwork.




The existing cadaver room was originally designed to be a washroom (Washroom 137)
for cat washing and storage. It is currently being utilized as the cadav
er storage. The
limited space does not accessible from any laboratory. In addition, the space is too small
for preparation work and cannot be locked, posing a major security and safety concern
for the College.




Chemistry, including organic chemistry, is currently the second largest program in the
sciences. The existing labs are ideal for smaller sections, however, cannot accommodate
sections with more than 17 students. The department has attempted to remediate th
e issue
by offering additional sections of Chemistry, including evening, Saturday sections as well
as courses during the summer and winter sessions. Support spaces and equipment are
restricted due to the size of the class labs. In many sections, there can
be up to 6 students
working at one fume hood. Students are assigned limited time to ensure each has the
opportunity to perform individual experimentation. However, the limitation on time
inhibits proper training and sufficient time to complete course work.





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Current infrastructure of the existing Science Lab Building does not support today’s
technology requirements for student connectivity and flexibility.


The need for increased laboratory capacity to accommodate for student growth within the
science and

math programs and inadequaci
es within the existing building’s instructional
support space
all contribute to a need to provide the science program with a facility that is
conducive to modern instructional delivery.


3.

S
OLUTION
C
RITERIA




Increased instruction
al space
to
accommodate program growt
h.



Provide dedicated spaces for geography, oceanography and agricultural lab.



Provide modern science space for instruction.



Provide new lab space adjacent to the existing prep areas to avoid duplicating existing lab
pre
p areas.



Create minimal disruption to academic programs during construction.



Implement goals consistent with

the District Facilities Master Plan.



B.


RELATIONSHIP TO THE STRATEGIC PLAN


Plans to construct the Science Building addition are included in the
Victor Valley
Com
munity College District 2010
-
2014 Five Year Construction Plan, 2008 Measure JJ Bond
issuance, as well as the Facilities Master Plan. The College’s Educational Plan recognizes a
continuing growth trend in WSCH generated by the science prog
ram
.

Academic emphasis
within the science program for laboratory space and use of multi
-
media and modern science
laboratory equipment is expected to continue, resulting in a great demand for improved
instructional facilities. The proposed project will res
pond to the science program’s
educational and facilities needs by increasing instructional laboratory space and providing
modern equipment. This project will improve instructional delivery.
In addition, one of the
stated goals in the Educational Master Pl
an is “To unify instruction and create an
environment that cultivates intellectual growth, create exceptional and accessible lifelong
learning opportunities, embrace the diversity and environment in the community, inspire
innovative teaching and empower st
udents.” The proposed project will address this stated
goal of the College.








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C.

ALTERNATIVES


The cost benefit analysis is illustrated on the Economic Analysis table at the end of this
section. Four alternatives were investigated:


Alternative #1

Addi
tion to Existing Building
& Reconstruction

Alternative #2


Construction of a
Second

Science Building


Alternative #3


Purchase Portable Facilities

Alternative #4


Lease Space Off
-
Campus Adjacent to the Campus


Alternative #
1



Addition to Existing Building

& Reconstruction of Service Space

This alternative
constructs an addition to the existing Science Lab Building and
reconstructs
existing service space to meet instructional delivery needs.

The
addition
would provide 15,949 ASF of increased instructional and instructional service space and
reconstruct 9,720 ASF of instructional support space to allow access to the new addition.


Pros:



The addition will provided increased instructional space to

accommodate program
growth in the sciences and
p
rovide dedicated spaces for geography, oceanography
and agricultural lab.



Addition will include

modern science space for instruction.



Reconstruction of existing laboratory prep space will allow efficient use

of space
and adjacency to the existing prep areas to avoid duplicating existing lab prep
areas.



This alternative c
reate
s

minimal disruption to academic programs during
construction.



Implement goals consistent with

the District Facilities Master Plan

to pr
ovide a
unified space


Cons:



None


Alternative #
2



Construction of a
Second

Science Building


This alternative proposes to construct a new Science facility
in addition to the

existing
building
.

The new facility

will be a total of
25,669

ASF
(approximately 33,375

GSF
)
. The
new building will consist of lecture, laboratory, office, and support spaces for
Biology,
Chemistry, Physical Science, Physics, Astronomy, Geology, Oceanography, Geography,
Agriculture and Environmental Science.





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Pros:



A

new science building will provide modern instructional facilities and i
ncreased
instructional capacity.



The
geography, oceanography and agricultural

program
s

will have additional
space to expand.



A new building will improve instructional delivery methods.




This approach minimizes disruption to academic programs during construction.



No interim housing costs would be expended with this option.


Cons:



This alternative is not consistent with the goals of the Master Plan to create a
unified space for the scie
nce programs.



Duplicated laboratory service space will be required to service the instructional
space in the new building.


Alternative #3


Purchase Portable Facilities

This alternative would allow for the purchase of portable buildings and locate them on

campus. A total of
25,669

ASF of portable space would be required to accommodate the
needs of the science program. The standard portable is 24ft x 40ft (960 sq. ft.). It would
take at least
27

portable buildings to be equivalent to the
necessary space for

the science
programs.


Pros:




Portables will allow the science department to have new instructional space that
will address the
need for additional space to accommodate geography,
oceanography and agricultural programs
.



Cons:



Increasing the number of portable facilities on campus is not consistent with the
District Facilities Master Plan goal to reduce the College’s dependence on
temporary structures.



Lack of a feasible site to place a cluster of approximately
27

science porta
bles
would make it difficult to accomplish this alternative.



Portables are extremely costly when compared to the life cycle of a permanent
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Alternative #4


Lease Space Off
-
Campus Adjacent to the Campus

This alternative would lease approximately
25,669

ASF of space off
-
campus for the
science program.


Pros:




Leasing facilities will provide the increased instructional laboratory space to
increase the science program space.


Cons:



Leasing a facility req
uires tenant improvements to comply with the Field Act.



Costs associated with leasing are extremely high when compared to that of an on
-
campus

permanent facility.



Leasing off
-
campus space is not consistent with the goals of the District Facilities
Master

Plan.



SOLUTION CRITERIA MATRIX


SOLUTION CRITERIA

ALTERNATIVES

Addition &
Recon.

#1

Second
Science
Building

#2

Portables

#3

Lease Space
Off Site

#4

Increased instructional space to
accommodate program growth.

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Provide dedicated spaces

for
geography, oceanography and
agricultural lab.

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Provide modern science space for
instruction.

Yes

Yes

No

No

Provide new lab space adjacent to
the existing prep areas to avoid
duplicating existing lab prep areas.

Yes

No

No

No

Create
minimal disruption to
academic programs during
construction.

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Implement goals consistent with

the
District Facilities Master Plan.

Yes

No

No

No




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ECONOMIC ANALYSIS

MATRIX


ECONOMIC ANALYSIS


(All estimates indexed to June 2009
-

to CCI 5065
and

EPI 2894)



Addition &
Reconstruction

New Science
Building

Portables

Lease Space
Off Site

#1

#2

#3

#4

Capital Outlay Cost

Site Acquisition

$0

$0

$0

$0











Plans and Working Drawings

$1,698,279

$2,032,125

$2,246,273

$1,597,280











Utility Service

$900,813

$1,150,000

$554,450

$0


Site Development
-
Service

$236,608

$750,000

$831,676

$0


Site Development
-
General

$752,285

$750,000

$1,386,126

$0


Other Site

$5,571

$150,000

$0

$0


Reconstruction

$4,605,991

$0

$0

$0


New Construction

$9,199,768

$15,341,089

$0

$0


Other Construction

$553,883

$500,000

$0

$0


Construction Soft Costs

$1,750,472

$1,979,545

$2,170,377

$0


Total Construction Costs

$18,005,391

$20,620,634

$4,942,629

$0











Equipment (Group II)

$2,430,828

$2,430,828

$2,430,828

$2,430,828











Non
-
Capital Outlay Cost

Other


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Total Project Cost @ CCI 5065
and EPI 2894

$22,134,498

$25,083,586

$28,101,411

$85,532,316

Escalated per Department of
Finance Budget Letter BL
-
XXXXX

CCC Calculates this amount based on latest DOF directions


(1)

The estimate is based on a reconstruction cost of approximately 75% of the state guidelines for the cost of new
construction. Utilities and Site Development cost estimates are based on the professional estimate by
NTD
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(2)

The estimate is based th
e state guidelines for the cost of new construction for a building with the same
space as evaluated in Alternative 1.

(3)

Portables cost $240 per sq. ft. x
25,669

ASF x 3

installations
(
initial installation plus additional 2 installations
-

portables should
last 20 years and need replacement three times to be equivalent to a permanent facility) =
$
18,481,680
. ($240 per sq. foot was obtained using information from gkkworks and does not include all necessary
site
-
work or construction soft costs)

(4)

Lease rates a
re approximately $
52.92

per sq. ft. per year x
25,669

assignable sq. ft. x 60 years = $
81,504,209
.
($
52.92

per sq. foot was obtained using Grubb & Ellis Research Office Market Trends
Inland Empire

First Quarter
200
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D.

RECOMMENDED


1.

W
HICH
A
LTERNATIVE AND
W
HY
?


The recommended solution is Alternative #1,
construct an Addition and Renovate
existing space
.

This option is the only feasible alternative that meets all stated goals of
the solution criteria and re
solves problems created by the growth experienced by the
College and the c
urrent facilities condition. The proposed
addition

would provide the
science
program with the increased laboratory capacity needed to accommodate
enrollment and WSCH growth. The project would provide upgraded and necessary
technology needed to deliver and support a modern science educational program.
Construction of an addition
wou
ld not require additional swing space costs

for
laboratories

and would minimize academic program disruption. This alternative provides
the best approach toward creating a better and more effective learning environment.


The other alternatives only respon
d partially to the goals that would provide an adequate
solution to the problem. Alternative #2 would
construct a second Science building in
addition to the existing building.
Although this option

provide
s

the increased science
laboratory space needed
, it

duplicates lab service space required to service the
instructional space in the new building. In addition, it does not meet the stated goals of
the College to create a unified space for the science programs.


Alternative #3

requires the installation of p
ortables. This option conflicts with the
District’s Master Plan because of their temporary nature and lack of durability when
compared to a permanent structure. The installation of portables would require a large
footprint and currently
no suitable site ex
ists on campus that could house the necessary
footprint. To make portables comparable to a permanent facility they would have to be
replaced approximately 2 times over a 60 year life cycle.


Alternative #4

involves leasing space off
-
campus space at a prem
ium overall cost.


2.

D
ETAILED
S
COPE
D
ESCRIPTION


This project will construct a 15,949 ASF (27,492 GSF) addition to the existing Science
Lab Building (Building #31). This project will provide an additional 2,388 ASF of
lecture, 10,358 ASF of class lab and 2
,903 ASF of office space to accommodate the
growing science programs. The addition will complement the existing Science building
by matching the construction structure and the masonry exterior walls. The proposed
addition will include additional massing vo
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existing planetarium and to help break the long scale of the building. Storefront
continuous glass will be used at the northern corner to help define the department and
dean offices and provide northern natural lig
ht throughout the administrative offices.
Natural lighting will be utilized in laboratories and corridors to reduce the use of artificial
lighting.


In addition a reconstruction of
9,720 ASF in the existing Science Building will link the
new addition
and allow for the shared use of existing laboratory preparation space.
Existing prep labs will be improved with natural lighting and link the new addition to the
existing buildings. Prep space will be shared by new and existing class labs. The
development

of the addition to this building will explore all the available options to
minimize the amount of waste and provide a sustainable building with a positive
environment.


Two end corridors will be extended to entire width of the building along with the cent
ral
atrium, to provide better accessibility for instructors and an added opportunity for
instructors from different disciplines to interact. New specialized lab prep areas will
provide immediate access for tasks such as balances, map storage, wave machine
and
various other class lab equipment which will improve the instruction and the efficiency of
the lab preparation tasks.


The building addition shall incorporate all aspects of energy efficiency environment
through construction and during the lifespan of

the building. Throughout the planning
and construction of the building, the following will be considered; use of local materials,
recycling and reusing as much of any demolition waste as possible, provide efficient
mechanical and electrical systems, provi
de waterless toilets, and used recycled and
reclaimed materials where possible (see Outline Specifications Section 9.1).




Space Analysis (ASF):

Type

Lecture

Lab

Office

Library

AV/TV

Other

Total

Primary

2,388

19,721

3,013

243

0

304

25,669

Secondary

0

-
9,063

-
110

-
243

0

-
304

-
9,720

Net

2,388

10,658

2,903

0

0

0

15,949

Beg. Cap/Load Ratios
(2011)

47.9%

82.3%

99.9%

98.8%

38.3%

N/A

75.3%

End. Cap/Load Ratios
60.6%

88.9%

99.5%

97.1%

40.9%

N/A

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(2014)




The beginning capacity load ratios show additional space needs in all Title 5 categories.
This project provides additional space in the various categories with laboratory as the
primary space. The classroom lab capacity load ratio at the start of the proj
ect is 82.3%
and is projected to be 88.9% at the completion of the project whereas the classroom
capacity load ratio at the start of the project is 47.9% and is projected to be 60.6% at the
completion of the project. The projected enrollment growth contri
butes to the under
-
built
capacity load status at project completion as well as additional need of office, library, and
AV/TV spaces.
The proposed project has a net
positive ASF change for lecture, lab and
offices space.


Based on capacity load ratios the
College recognizes that there is a need for increased
library and audio
-
visual space on campus. Although scope within the proposed project
does not include increased capacity for library or audio
-
visual space, the college has
plans to add these types of s
paces within future capital outlay projects.



3.

B
ASIS
F
OR
C
OST
I
NFORMATION


The architect and engineers for this project are using cost guidelines provided by the
State Chancellor’s Office. In addition, unit costs for site development, site utilities and
building subsystems are derived from recent jobs of similar scope.
The cost i
ndices used
are CCI=5065
and EPI=2
894
.


To accomplish a 10
-
15% energy reduction in the building, The District intends to follow
the attached construction specifications to achieve a silver certification from the
(USGBC) LEED Program. The LEED specification
s will take precedent over the
District’s energy and material specifications, and all proposed Mechanical and Electrical
systems and equipment, shall meet the minimum of a silver certification and shall provide
documentation for a 15% energy reduction from

the Title 24, part 6 of the energy code.


As it related to the overall use of energy, the proposed building shall be built with energy
responsible materials based on the specifications. The use of rapidly renewable materials
and
recycled content throughou
t the building will help ensure a more energy efficient
facility. In addition, the College will use locally manufactured materials, integrate solar
panels, installing natural lighting wherever possible and provide high efficiency glazing.




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4.

F
ACTORS
/B
ENEFITS OF THE
R
ECOMMENDED
A
LTERNATIVE
O
THER
T
HAN THE
L
EAST
E
XPENSIVE
A
LTERNATIVE


The recommended solution to construct a
n addition to the existing
Science facility
and
reconstruct a portion of the existing Science Lab Building
is the least cost
alternative and
addresses all of the solutions criteria.



5.

C
OMPLETE
D
ESCRIPTION OF
I
MPACT ON
S
UPPORT
B
UDGET


A proportionate amount of additional certificated or classified staff is anticipated as a
result of the completion of this project, in proportion t
o the increased space and WSCH.
Budget decisions are made annually and are driven by specific program and service
needs. Please refer to the “Analysis of Future Costs” page in this FPP document. Also,
further energy conservation programs in the District an
d the expected new physical
characteristics of the new buildings, such as day lighting and higher efficiency
mechanical equipment, are expected to increase the efficiency of energy usage.



Refer to the “Analysis of Future Costs” section on page
B
-
15.


6.

I
DENTIFY AND
E
XPLAIN
A
NY
P
ROJECT
R
ISK


There are no known

special risks associated with the project.


7.

L
IST
R
EQUESTED
I
NTERDEPARTMENTAL
C
OORDINATION AND
/
OR
S
PECIAL
P
ROJECT


A
PPROVAL




Division of the State Architect


Title 24
structural, access compliance and energy
reviews



State Fire Marshal


fire/life safety



State Public Works Board


E.

C
ONSISTENCY WITH CHAPTER
1016,
STATUTES OF
2002


AB 857


1.

D
OES THE RECOMMENDED
SOLUTION
(
PROPOSED PROJECT
)

PROMOTE INFILL
DEVELOPMENT BY REHAB
I
LITATING EXISTING IN
FRASTRUCTURE AND HOW
?

E
XPLAIN
.




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Consistent with the provisions of AB 857, Chapter 1016, Statutes of 2002, the California
Community Colleges are exempt from these specific provisions of this legislation
.


2.

D
OES THE PROPOSED PRO
JECT IMPROVE THE PRO
TECTION OF ENVIRONME
NTAL AND
AGRICULTURAL RESOURC
ES BY PROTECTING AND

PRESERVING THE STATE

S MOST
VALUABLE NATURAL RES
OURCES
?

E
XPLAIN
.



Consistent with the provisions of AB 857, Chapter 1016, Statutes of 2002, the

California
Community Colleges are exempt from these specific provisions of this legislation.


3.

D
OES THE PROPOSED PRO
JECT ENCOURAGE EFFIC
IENT DEVELOPMENT PAT
TERNS BY
ENSURING THAT INFRAS
TRUCTURE ASSOCIATED
WITH DEVELOPMENT
,

OTHER THAN
INFILL
,

SUPPORT EFFICI
ENT USE OF LAND AND
IS APPROPRIATELY PLA
NNED FOR
GROWTH
?

E
XPLAIN
.


Consistent with the provisions of AB 857, Chapter 1016, Statutes of 2002, the California
Community Colleges are exempt from these specific provisions of this legislation.





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C
ALIFORNIA
E
NVIRONMENTAL
Q
UALITY
A
CT

E
NVIRONMENTAL
I
MPACT
R
EPORT

(Reference: California Code of Regulations, Title 5 Section 57121)

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O
UTLINE

OF
S
PECIFICATIONS

District:

Victor Valley Community College District

College:

Victor Valley College

Project:

Science Building Addition

Budget Year:

2011
-
2012

Prepared by:

NTD Architecture

Prepared:

July 2009


The following is a Preliminary Outline
Specification for the Final Project Proposal for the
Science Building Addition project. Its intent is to describe the initial understanding of the project
improvements & building materials necessary to reconstruct the building and complete necessary
site w
ork. This information is in support of the FPP documents prepared for the project. It is to
be used as an updated checklist of materials, equipment and finishes anticipated for the projects
with information collected to date during the Pre
-
design Phase.


-
-
OUTLINE SPECIFICATIONS
--


LEED REQUIREMENTS


Section Includes


This Section includes general requirements and procedures for compliance with certain

U.S. Green Building Council’s (USGBC) LEED prerequisites and credits needed for the

Project to obtain LEED

Silver certification.


Definitions

Certificates of Chain
-
of
-
Custody: Certificates signed by manufacturers certifying that

wood used to make products was obtained from forests certified by an FSC
-
accredited

certification body to comply with FSC 1.2, “Princ
iples and Criteria.” Certificates shall

include evidence that mill is certified for chain
-
of
-
custody by an FSC
-
accredited

certification body.


.LEED: Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design.


Rapidly Renewable Materials: Materials made from agricultura
l products that are

typically harvested within a ten
-
year or shorter cycle. Rapidly renewable materials

include products made from bamboo, cotton, flax, jute, straw, sunflower seed hulls,

vegetable oils, or wool.


Recycled Content: The percentage by weight

of constituents that have been recovered

or otherwise diverted from the solid waste, stream, either during the manufacturing

process (pre
-
consumer), or after consumer use (post
-
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Submittals


General: Submit additional LEED submittal
requirements included in other sections of
the

Specifications.


LEED submittals are in addition to other submittals. If submitted item is identical to that

submitted to comply with other requirements, submit duplicate copies as a separate

submittal to veri
fy compliance with Indicated LEED requirements.


.Project Materials Cost Data: Provide statement indicating total cost for building

materials used in CSI Divisions 2 through 10, inclusive, for Project. Include statement

indicating total cost of mechanical
and electrical components.


LEED Action Plans: Provide preliminary submittals within 35 days of date established
for

the Notice to Proceed indicating how the following requirements will be met.

LEED Progress Reports: Concurrent with each Application for Pa
yment, submit reports

comparing actual construction and purchasing activities with LEED action plans for the

following:


LEED Documentation Submittals:

PRODUCTS


Recycled Content Materials


Credit MR 4.1: Provide building materials with recycled content
such that post
-
consumer

recycled content constitutes a minimum of five percent of the cost of materials used for

the Project or such that post
-
consumer recycled content plus one
-
half of pre
-
consumer

recycled content constitutes a minimum of 10 percent of t
he cost of materials used for

the Project.


Certified Wood


Credit MR 7,0: Provide a minimum of 50 percent, by cost of wood
-
based materials that

are produced from wood obtained from forests certified by an FSC
-
accredited

certification body to comply with F
SC 1.2, “Principles and Criteria”.


Low
-
Emmiting Materials


Credit EQ 4.1: For interior applications use adhesives and sealants that comply

with the
following limits for VOC content when calculated according to 40 CFR

59, Subpart D
(EPA method 24). VOC lim
its listed are from south coast Air Quality

Management
District Rule #1168 for adhesives and from Bay Area Air Quality

Management District
Regulation 8, Rule 51, for sealants and sealant primers. All g/L

quantiVes are less water.


Credit EQ 4.2


VOC Conte
nt of Field
-
Applied Interior Paints and Coatings: Provide





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products with the following limits for VOC content, exclusive of colorants added to a tint

base,, when calculated according to 40 CFR 59, Subpart D (EPA method 24)


EXECUTION


Construction Waste Ma
nagement


Credit MR2: Comply with Division I Section “Construction Waste Management”.


Construction Indoor Quality


Credit EQ 3; Comply with SMACNA IAQ Guideline for Occupied Buildings under

Construction.


CONSTRUCTION


Demolition and Site Preparation:

Remove existing trees, shrubbery, and irrigation lines in way of construction. Cap
irrigation

lines and maintain operational portions which extend into landscaped areas to
remain.

Demolish existing accessory building, including pads and footings. Demolish
existing

concrete walkways adjacent to the building.

Properly dispose of asbestos
-
bearing hazardous materials in both buildings.


Paving and Surfacing:


Poured
-
in
-
place concrete at outdoor paving and walks as indicated.


Landscaping:


Selection of suitable

ground cover, shrubs and trees for the arid, but cold desert climate.

Provide irrigation system to tie
-
into the existing recycled lake water irrigation system with

automatic controls.


Structural System:


New buildings and elevated accessible walkway:


Foundation
: Based on tentative findings without a soils investigation, the building will be

supported on conventional spread concrete footings .


Floor Slab
: 5
-
inch concrete slab w/ #4 bars at 18" on center over re
-
compacted fill with

crusher run fines and

20 mil waterproof membrane.






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Roof: Flat roofs:

Insulating concrete fill over metal deck supported by structural steel
beams

and girders. Sloped roofs: Metal tile roofing to match campus standard over
plywood

sheathing over metal deck supported by structur
al steel beams and purlins.


Perimeter and bearing walls:

Reinforced colored concrete block walls with alternating
striping

using split face and sandblasted conventional block
--

to match the existing
Allied Health

building and Science Building.


Vertical
Support System: Columns

over spread pad concrete footings spaced at equal
intervals

on cent
er
. Structural steel pipe columns occur at the interior column line and
wide

flange columns at perimeter column lines.


Lateral Force Resisting System:

Reinforced co
ncrete block shear walls at perimeter and

interior bearing wall locations. Shear walls shall be tied to the roof decking diaphragm at
the

permeter and at strategic interior wall locations.


Non
-
bearing interior walls:

metal studs and gyp board at permanent

walls, provided with

double layer gyp board, fiberglass acoustic sound batts, and resilient clips at acoustic
walls.


MATERIALS:


Concrete:


Structural slab on grade: 3000 psi. standard weight.

Site concrete: 2500 psi standard weight.

To meet LEED
Standards


Structural Steel
-

ASTM A
-
36
: Metal deck in conjunction with concrete fill is designed as a
composite

system for both vertical and lateral loads.


Roofing and Flashing:


Flat Roofs:

Modified built
-
up membrane roofing over rigid foam insulation tapered for

drainage to roof drains. Provide additional fiber glass batt insulation under roof structure
to

increase insulation to R
-
30. Provide cool roof white reflective coating meeting Energ
y
Star

rating.


Roof Drains:

Galvanized steel flashing and cast iron roof drains into underground
Schedule

40 PVC drains which connect to existing underground storm drain system.


Sloping Roof:

Terracotta colored metal tile panels to match existing campus
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Walls:


Exterior:

Reinforced colored concrete block walls with alternating striping using split
face and

sandblasted conventional block
--

to match the existing buildings. On interior
face of exterior

wall only provide 3/4" rigid foam type in
sulation bonded to 5/8" gyp.
board over metal furring

channels with sufficient space to accommodate electrical boxes.


Interior:

4" metal studs and 5/8" gyp. board both sides and painted. At critical areas
needing

acoustic privacy, provide fiber glass batt

acoustic insulation between studs and
resilient

channels for gyp board on one side.


Interior at Toilet Rooms:

4" metal studs with 5/8" water resistant gyp. board and
fiberglass

acoustic insulation. Add one additional layer of 5/8" gyp. board with resilie
nt
clips at one side

where toilet rooms adjoin offices and classrooms. Toilet walls to be
finished with 3" x 3"

glazed ceramic tile thin set over gyp. board. Toilet partitions are