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HISD August 2012

HISD August 2012

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HISD CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM 2012 Facilities Capital Program Proposal

Project High Schools: Austin High School Bellaire High School Davis High School DeBakey High School Eastwood Academy Furr High School Houston High School HSPVA Jones High School Jordan High School Kashmere High School Lamar High School Lee High School Madison High School Milby High school North Early College Scarborough High School Sharpstown High School Sharpstown International High School South Early College Sterling High School Waltrip High School Washington High School Westbury High School Worthing High School Yates High School Young Men's College Prep. Young Women's College Prep. Middle Schools: Dowling Middle School Grady Middle School K-8s: Garden Oaks Montessori K-8 School Mandarin Chinese Language Immersion School at Gordon K-8 Pilgrim Academy K-8 Wharton Dual Language School K-8 Wilson Montessori School K-8 Elementary Schools: Askew Elementary School Parker Elementary School Relief Elementary School 850 student new school - replacement. 850 student new school - replacement. New 1,300-1,500 student school.

Scope of Work

Proposed Project Budget

Current Permanent Capacity

Current Enrollment (Snapshot) 2011-2012

Projected Enrollment 2019-2020

Zoned Students

New facility preserving the architecturally significant building structure for a campus accommodating 1,800 - 2,000 students. New 2,800 - 3,100 student school that will incorporate the recently completed science classroom and laboratory wing. New facility preserving the architecturally significant building structure for a campus accommodating 1,500 - 1,700 students. New 900 - 1,000 student health professions school. New facility that will incorporate the new 2 story classroom wing for a campus accommodating 500 students. New 1,100 - 1,300 student school. New 2,550 - 2,750 student school that will incorporate the new science classroom and laboratory wing. New 750 student performing and visual arts school. Renovations to existing school facilities. New 600 - 800 student school. Renovations to existing school facilities and site improvements. New facility preserving the architecturally significant building structure for a campus accommodating 2,800 - 3,100 students. New 1,700 - 1,900 student school. New 1,900 - 2,100 student school that will incorporate recent science and classroom building renovations. New facility preserving the architecturally significant building structure for a campus accommodating 1,800 - 2,000 students. New 400 student early college school. Renovations to existing school facilities and site improvements. New 1,300 - 1,500 student school. Renovations to existing school facilities and site improvements. New 400 student early college school. New 1,600 - 1,800 student school. Partial replacement and general renovations to accommodate 1,800 - 2,000 students. New 1,100 - 1,300 student school. Partial replacement and general renovations to accommodate 2,300 - 2,500 students. New facility that will incorporate the new 2 story classroom wing for a campus accommodating 1,100 - 1,300 students. New 1,300 - 1,500 student school. Partial replacement and general renovations to complement portions of the Howard Payne Carter Career Center for a campus accommodating 900 - 1,000 students. Partial replacement and general renovations for a campus accommodating 900 - 1,000 students. High School Subtotal

68,429,000 106,724,000 46,764,000 64,512,000 10,875,000 55,100,000 101,428,000 80,178,000 1,125,000 36,693,000 17,000,000 107,974,000 73,801,000 82,736,000 68,810,000 13,500,000 12,566,000 54,944,000 6,125,000 13,500,000 72,304,000 30,115,000 51,732,000 40,006,000 30,180,000 59,481,000 28,675,000 27,159,000 1,362,436,000 59,125,000 14,825,000 73,950,000 26,678,000 32,161,000 7,989,000 35,603,000 18,914,000 121,345,000 26,632,000 29,485,000 23,417,000 79,534,000 1,637,265,000 -

2,156 2,606 1,538 825 225 919 2,156 713 1,256 1,913 1,125 2,194 2,381 1,481 3,000 NA 543 1,331 1,106 1,331 1,744 1,856 1,856 1,444 2,325 999 844

1,859 3,476 1,603 871 407 835 2,653 687 542 925 535 3,371 1,609 2,027 2,009 406 712 1,276 973 959 1,701 823 2,219 812 966 148 211 -

1,831 3,546 1,498 998 906 1,517 736 460 973 444 3,510 1,851 1,703 1,784 656 642 857 1,528 722 1,846 753 883 -

2,428 2,731 1,720

1,084 3,890

1,353

1,051 2,196 2,690 2,902 1,526

928 2,617

2,016 1,365 1,035 3,216 1,542 1,569

1,256 488

1,335 518

1,612 635

2,177 247

New addition to complete multi-phase master plan for the campus. Middle School Subtotal New addition and general renovations of the existing facilities accommodating 750 - 900 students. New 750 - 900 student school. New addition for a campus accommodating 750 - 900 students. New addition and general renovations of the existing facilities accommodating 750-900 students. New addition and general renovations of the existing facilities accommodating 750-900 students. K-8 Subtotal

438 230 763 195 195

635 399 1,100 439 500

687 396 1,274 459 459

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543 815 -

818 846 -

776 891 -

721 506

750 student new school to be built in the west Houston area. Elementary Subtotal

All Schools District-Wide Projects: District Athletic Improvements District Wide Land Acquisition Middle School Restroom Renovation District-Wide Technology District-Wide Safety and Security Replacement of regional field house(s) and athletic facility improvements. District-Wide funds to supplement significant site/parking constraints. District-Wide middle school restroom renovations. District-Wide technology improvements. District-Wide safety and security improvements. District-Wide Total

42,675,000 57,767,000 35,000,000 100,000,000 17,293,000 252,735,000 1,890,000,000

Grand Total

1. Funding within this bond for North and South Early College will be combined with funds previously allocated from the 2007 bond for these projects to meet the schools programmatic needs. 2. HSPVA moved to district 8 due to a proposed site for the new school located at 1300 Capital. 3. Program costs allocated to each project budget will be separated into various program budgets to provide better oversight and financial management, at a later date. 4. New schools / replacement projects will undergo a school site specific ed-spec development process and all schools will undergo a scope to budget process. 5. Project budgets include allocations for planning, design, construction, administration, and other related costs. 6. The current allocation for the Young Men's College Preparatory Academy (YMCPA) will allow for a demolition of the EO Smith facility, the addition of a smaller facility, and the renovation of the HP Carter facility for use by the YMCPA. An alternate plan for the project to include the demolition of both the EO Smith and HP Carter facilities and the building of a new school would cost an additional $13,727,000. 7. Projected enrollment is taken from the February 2010 Magellan Consulting Inc. projections. 8. Zoned Students are from the 2011 Snapshot In/Out Report

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