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Building Information - Forest Hills Local SD (47340) - Mercer Elem (27185

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Program Type: Setting: Assessment Name: Assessment Date: Cost Set: Building Name: Building Address: Building City: Building Zipcode: Building Phone: Acreage: Current Grades: Teaching Stations: Number of Floors: Student Capacity: Current Enrollment: Enrollment Date:

Assessment Only Suburban 27185-Mercer Elementary-FINAL 2004-07-08 2004 Mercer Elem 2600 Bartels Rd Cincinnati 45244 513-232-7000 25 K-6 46 2 760 798 2003-10-01

Enrollment Date is the date in which the current enrollment was taken. Number of Classrooms: Historical Register Building’s Principal: Building Type: Current Elementary Enrollment: Current Middle Enrollment: Current High Enrollment: Current Career Technical Enrollment: 34 NO Frances P Callahan Elementary/Middle 693 105 0 0

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GENERAL DESCRIPTION 96,707 Total Existing Square Footage 1973 Building Dates K-6 Grades 798 Current Enrollment 46 Teaching Stations 25 Site Acreage Mercer Elementary School, which is not on the National Register of Historic Buildings, is a 1973 two story, 96,707 square foot brick school building located in a suburban residential setting. The facility was originally constructed as a middle school, and still has the locker rooms that are more typical of a middle school design. The existing facility does not use modular buildings. The structure of the facility is a concrete frame with non-bearing masonry exterior wall construction and brick veneer. Interior walls are a combination on nonbearing masonry and mobile partition walls. The floor system consists of a combination of concrete slab on grade, cast in place concrete, and steel joists with metal form deck and concrete topping. The roof structure is primarily steel joists with metal deck. The roofing system of the facility is a combination of EPDM, standing seam metal, and built-up asphalt with gravel ballast, installed in phases from 1997 to present. The ventilation system of the building is generally adequate to meet the needs of the users. The classrooms are undersized in terms of the current standards established by the State of Ohio. Physical Education and Student Dining spaces consist of one Gymnasium and separate Student Dining. The electrical system for the facility is generally adequate. The facility is equipped with a non-compliant security system. The building has a compliant automatic fire alarm system. The facility is not equipped with an automated fire suppression system. The building is reported to contain asbestos. The overall building is not compliant with ADA accessibility requirements. The school is located on a 25-acre site shared with Turpin High School adjacent to residential properties. The property and playgrounds are partially fenced for security. Access onto the site is unrestricted. Site circulation is poor. There is dedicated space for school buses to load and unload on the site, but loading prohibits vehicular traffic. Parking for staff, visitors and community events is adequate.

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Program Type: Setting: Assessment Name: Assessment Date: Cost Set: Building Name: Building Address: Building City: Building Zipcode: Building Phone: Acreage: Current Grades: Teaching Stations: Number of Floors: Student Capacity: Current Enrollment: Enrollment Date:

Assessment Only Suburban 27185-Mercer Elementary-FINAL 2004-07-08 2004 Mercer Elem 2600 Bartels Rd Cincinnati 45244 513-232-7000 25 K-6 46 2 760 798 2003-10-01

Enrollment Date is the date in which the current enrollment was taken. Number of Classrooms: Historical Register Building’s Principal: Building Type: Current Elementary Enrollment: Current Middle Enrollment: Current High Enrollment: Current Career Technical Enrollment: 34 NO Frances P Callahan Elementary/Middle 693 105 0 0

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Building Construction Information - Forest Hills Local SD (47340) - Mercer Elem (27185)

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Year Handicapped Access Floors Square Feet 2 Previous Page Next Page 96,707

Original Building 1973 no

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Building Component Information - Forest Hills Local SD (47340) - Mercer Elem (27185)

Addition Original Building (1973)

Auditorium Corridors 16967

Agricultural Media Vocational Student Gymnasium Kitchen Natatorium Education Lab Center Space Dining 7069 Previous Page Next Page 2292 5381 2120

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Building Summary - Mercer Elem (27185)
District: Name: Forest Hills Local SD Mercer Elem Cincinnati,OH 45244 Bldg. IRN: 27185 Current Grades Proposed Grades Current Enrollment Projected Enrollment Addition Original Building Total *HA *Rating = Handicapped Access =1 Satisfactory =2 Needs Repair =3 Needs Replacement *Const P/S = Present/Scheduled Construction FACILITY ASSESSMENT Cost Set: 2004 A. Heating System B. Roofing C. Ventilation / Air Conditioning D. Electrical Systems E. Plumbing and Fixtures F. Windows G. Structure: Foundation H. Structure: Walls and Chimneys I. Structure: Floors and Roofs J. General Finishes K. Interior Lighting L. Security Systems M. Emergency/Egress Lighting N. Fire Alarm O. Handicapped Access P. Site Condition Q. Sewage System R. Water Supply S. Exterior Doors T. Hazardous Material U. Life Safety V. Loose Furnishings W. Technology X. Construction Contingency / Non-Construction Cost Rating 3 2 1 2 3 3 1 2 1 3 3 3 2 2 3 2 1 1 3 2 3 3 3 1973 no K-6 N/A 798 N/A 2 Acreage: Teaching Stations: Classrooms: County: Contact: Phone: Hamilton Frances P Callahan 513-232-7000 By: By: Tony Zircher Vicki Siwek Area: Cincinnati (1)

Address: 2600 Bartels Rd

Date Prepared: 2004-07-08 Date Revised: 2004-10-22 25 46 34 Cover Sheet Section CEFPI Appraisal Summary

Points Possible Points Earned Percentage Rating Category ‹ 100 200 100 200 200 200 ‹ 1000 ‹ 67 128 67 159 103 129 ‹ 653 ‹ 67% 64% 67% 80% 52% 65% ‹ 65% ‹ Borderline Borderline Borderline Satisfactory Borderline Borderline ‹ Borderline

Date HA Number of Floors

Current Square Feet 1.0 The School Site 96,707 2.0 Structural and Mechanical Features 96,707 3.0 Plant Maintainability 4.0 Building Safety and Security 5.0 Educational Adequacy 6.0 Environment for Education Commentary Total Dollar C=Under Contract Assessment C $1,108,638.50 - Renovation Cost Factor $10,800.00 - Cost to Renovate (Cost Factor applied)

100.44% $8,179,043.37

$0.00 - The Replacement Cost Per SF and the Renovate/Replace ratio are only provided when this summary is $430,346.15 - requested from a Master Plan. $42,100.00 $206,870.00 $0.00 $179,770.00 $0.00 $2,037,968.60 $386,828.00 $155,060.50 $48,353.50 $24,176.75 $205,470.70 $246,673.30 $0.00 $0.00 $26,500.00 $40,785.00 $454,297.75 $386,828.00 $557,999.39 $1,593,747.09 $8,143,213.23 Previous Page

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Original Building (1973) Summary
District: Name: Forest Hills Local SD Mercer Elem Cincinnati,OH 45244 Bldg. IRN: 27185 Current Grades Proposed Grades Current Enrollment Projected Enrollment Addition Total *HA *Rating = Handicapped Access =1 Satisfactory =2 Needs Repair =3 Needs Replacement *Const P/S = Present/Scheduled Construction FACILITY ASSESSMENT Cost Set: 2004 A. Heating System B. Roofing C. Ventilation / Air Conditioning D. Electrical Systems E. Plumbing and Fixtures F. Windows G. Structure: Foundation H. Structure: Walls and Chimneys I. Structure: Floors and Roofs J. General Finishes K. Interior Lighting L. Security Systems M. Emergency/Egress Lighting N. Fire Alarm O. Handicapped Access P. Site Condition Q. Sewage System R. Water Supply S. Exterior Doors T. Hazardous Material U. Life Safety V. Loose Furnishings W. Technology X. Construction Contingency / Non-Construction Cost Rating 3 2 1 2 3 3 1 2 1 3 3 3 2 2 3 2 1 1 3 2 3 3 3 Original Building 1973 no K-6 N/A 798 N/A 2 Acreage: Teaching Stations: Classrooms: County: Contact: Phone: Hamilton Frances P Callahan 513-232-7000 By: By: Tony Zircher Vicki Siwek Area: Cincinnati (1)

Address: 2600 Bartels Rd

Date Prepared: 2004-07-08 Date Revised: 2004-10-22 25 46 34 Cover Sheet Section CEFPI Appraisal Summary

Points Possible Points Earned Percentage Rating Category ‹ 100 200 100 200 200 200 ‹ 1000 ‹ 67 128 67 159 103 129 ‹ 653 ‹ 67% 64% 67% 80% 52% 65% ‹ 65% ‹ Borderline Borderline Borderline Satisfactory Borderline Borderline ‹ Borderline

Date HA Number of Floors

Current Square Feet 1.0 The School Site 96,707 2.0 Structural and Mechanical Features 96,707 3.0 Plant Maintainability 4.0 Building Safety and Security 5.0 Educational Adequacy 6.0 Environment for Education Commentary Total Dollar C=Under Contract Assessment C $1,108,638.50 - Renovation Cost Factor $10,800.00 - Cost to Renovate (Cost Factor applied)

100.44% $8,179,043.37

$0.00 - The Replacement Cost Per SF and the Renovate/Replace ratio are only provided when this summary is $430,346.15 - requested from a Master Plan. $42,100.00 $206,870.00 $0.00 $179,770.00 $0.00 $2,037,968.60 $386,828.00 $155,060.50 $48,353.50 $24,176.75 $205,470.70 $246,673.30 $0.00 $0.00 $26,500.00 $40,785.00 $454,297.75 $386,828.00 $557,999.39 $1,593,747.09 $8,143,213.23

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A. Heating System
Description:
The existing system for the overall facility is an electric heating system. The gymnasium is equipped with an electric resistance heat only air-handling unit that is two years old. The kindergarten area has ceiling mounted electric heat packs for heat and an air-handling unit for ventilation and air conditioning. The student dining area has a deck mounted air handling unit for heat and a rooftop mounted condensing unit for air conditioning. Student dining equipment is original in fair to poor condition. The office / music area is heated by electric baseboard. A separate deck mounted air-handling unit provides cooling with rooftop mounted condensing unit with electric VAV boxes for temperature control. Office / music equipment is original with the exception of the VAV boxes which are 2 years old. Three zones of the academic wing are equipped with rooftop mounted Weathermaker air handling units that provide heat and air conditioning. Units are 2 years old and in good condition. One zone of the academic wing is equipped with electric baseboard heaters, with cooling provided by a deck mounted air handling unit and a pad mounted condensing unit. Room 300 has a separate rooftop mounted system that is 3-4 years old. The system appears to comply with the 15 CFM per person fresh air requirements of the Ohio Building Code mechanical code and Ohio School Design Manual. The system temperature controls are a combination of pneumatic and electric. Temperature controls are original in fair condition. The system does not feature individual temperature controls in all spaces required by the OSDM. The existing system is ducted. The overall heating system is evaluated as being in safe and efficient working order; although system age implies that long-term life expectancy of the existing system is not anticipated. The structure is partially air conditioned. The site does not contain underground fuel tanks. 3 Needs Replacement Provide new overall heating, ventilating, and air conditioning system in the activities wing to achieve compliance with Ohio Building Code and Ohio School Design Manual standards. Provide new DDC type temperature controls in the academic wing to meet Ohio School Design Manual standards. Replace the ductwork system in the academic wing due to work described in item J. Cost Unit

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Whole BuildingOriginal Building (1973)Sum Comments 96,707 ft² Other: Remove / Reconfigure / Replace ductwork and controls as required $5.50sq.ft. (Qty) 50,567 Required $278,118.50Academic Wing Other: HVAC System and controls $18.00sq.ft. (Qty) 46,140 Required $830,520.00Activities Wing Sum: $1,108,638.50 $1,108,638.50

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B. Roofing
Description:
The roof over the academic section is currently being replaced to a built-up asphalt with gravel ballast system. There are small portions of standing seam metal roof over the stage storage and Early Childhood Storage areas. The roof over the remainder of the facility is a built-up asphalt with gravel ballast system that was installed in phases from 1997 to 2000. The connecting corridor is equipped with an EPDM roof that was reported as installed in 1997. A small section of EPDM roofing exists over the mechanical mezzanine. Age is unknown. There are no District reports of current leaking. No signs of past leaking were observed during the physical assessment. Multiple access hatches with ladders that are in good condition are used to gain access to the roof. There were observations of standing water on the roof. Metal flashings are in fair condition. The gutters and downspouts are properly located, and in fair condition. Roof drains are adequate in number, properly located, and in fair condition. 2 Needs Repair The roof over the connecting corridor requires replacement to meet Ohio School Design Manual guidelines for age of system. Replace the EPDM roofing over the mechanical mezzanine.

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Whole BuildingOriginal Building (1973)Sum Comments 96,707 ft² Built-up Asphalt:$6.00sq.ft. (Qty) 1,800 Required $10,800.00 Sum: $10,800.00 $10,800.00

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C. Ventilation / Air Conditioning
Description:
The gymnasium is equipped with an electric resistance heat only air-handling unit that is two years old. The kindergarten area has ceiling mounted electric heat packs for heat and an air-handling unit for ventilation and air conditioning. The student dining area has a deck mounted air handling unit for heat and a rooftop mounted condensing unit for air conditioning. Student dining equipment is original in fair to poor condition. The office / music area is heated by electric baseboard. A separate deck mounted air-handling unit provides cooling with rooftop mounted condensing unit with electric VAV boxes for temperature control. Office / music equipment is original with the exception of the VAV boxes which are 2 years old. Three zones of the academic wing are equipped with rooftop mounted Weathermaker air handling units that provide heat and air conditioning. Units are 2 years old and in good condition. One zone of the academic wing is equipped with electric baseboard heaters, with cooling provided by a deck mounted air handling unit and a pad mounted condensing unit. Room 300 has a separate rooftop mounted system that is 3-4 years old. The system appears to comply with the 15 CFM per person fresh air requirements of the Ohio Building Code mechanical code and Ohio School Design Manual. The system temperature controls are a combination of pneumatic and electric. Temperature controls are original in fair condition. The system does not feature individual temperature controls in all spaces required by the OSDM. The existing system is ducted. The overall heating system is evaluated as being in safe and efficient working order; although system age implies that long-term life expectancy of the existing system is not anticipated. Interior doors are not louvered to facilitate corridor utilization as return air plenums. The overall system is not fully compliant with Ohio Building Code and Ohio School Design Manual requirements. Dust collection systems are not required in this facility. Exhaust systems for Restrooms, Kitchen, Gymnasium, and Storage Rooms are adequate. 1 Satisfactory Provide new overall heating, ventilating, and air conditioning system in the activities wing to achieve compliance with Ohio Building Code and Ohio School Design Manual standards. Provide new DDC type temperature controls in the academic wing to meet Ohio School Design Manual standards. Replace the ductwork system in the academic wing due to work described in item J. Costs for work described is shown in item A.

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Item CostUnitWhole BuildingOriginal Building (1973)SumComments 96,707 ft² Sum: $0.00 $0.00

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D. Electrical Systems
Description:
The electrical system provided to the overall facility is a 277 / 480 volt, 4000 amp, 3 phase 4 wire system installed in 1973, and is in fair condition. Power is provided to the school by a district owned, pad-mounted transformer located in the rear of the facility, and in fair condition. The panel system, installed in 1973, is in fair condition, with limited expansion capability. The classrooms are not equipped with adequate electrical outlets. The typical classroom contains 4 general purpose outlets and dedicated outlets for student and teacher computers. Dedicated outlets are not provided for classroom televisions. There are restroom spaces that have no electrical outlets. The corridors are equipped with adequate electrical outlets for servicing. There are adequate GFI protected exterior outlets located around the perimeter of the building. The overall electrical system meets Ohio School Design Manual requirements in supporting the current needs of the school. The quantity of outlets is inadequate to meet the facilitys future needs. 2 Needs Repair The entire electrical system requires enhancement to meet Ohio School Design Manual guidelines for classroom capacity, and to facilitate the scope of work outlined in Item J.

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Cost Unit Whole BuildingOriginal Building (1973)Sum Comments 96,707 ft² Other: Partial Electrical System Upgrade$4.45sq.ft. Required $430,346.15Upgrade to OSDM standards Sum: $430,346.15 $430,346.15

Main Electrical Panel Back to Assessment Summary

Pad Mounted Transformer

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E. Plumbing and Fixtures
Description:
The district reported that the service comes from a tie in at Turpin High School. The service entrance is not equipped with a reduced pressure backflow preventer at this building. Two water treatment systems are provided. One is not operational, and the other one serves the kitchen equipment only. The treatment system that serves the kitchen is reported to be in fair condition. The other treatment system was not repaired / replaced because the district determined that water quality was such that none was needed. The domestic water supply piping in the facility is copper in fair condition. The waste piping in the facility is cast iron in fair condition. The facility is equipped with three 120-gallon electric water heaters in good to fair condition. The school contains 6 restrooms (including locker room) for boys, 7 restrooms (including locker room) for girls, and 9 individual restrooms. Boys restrooms contain 2 ADA and 10 non-ADA wall mounted flush valve toilets, 3 ADA and 15 non-ADA wall mounted flush valve urinals, 2 ADA wall mounted, 14 non-ADA wall mounted and 2 non-ADA countertop lavatories. Girls restrooms contain 2 ADA and 23 non-ADA wall mounted flush valve toilets, as well as 2 ADA wall mounted, 12 non-ADA wall mounted, and 6 non-ADA countertop lavatories. Individual restrooms contain 1 ADA and 8 non-ADA wall mounted flush valve toilets, and 2 ADA wall mounted, 6 non-ADA wall mounted, and 1 non-ADA countertop lavatories. The facility is equipped with 1 ADA and 10 non-ADA electric water coolers, in fair condition. The school meets the OBC requirements for fixtures. ADA requirements are not met for fixtures and drinking fountains (see Item O). Project Laboratories are not equipped with required gas / compressed air connections, and safety shower / eyewash. Adequate exterior wall hydrants are provided. 3 Needs Replacement Provide reduced pressure back flow preventer. See Item O for replacement of fixtures related to ADA requirements. Replace the remainder of the countertop set lavatories, as the assembly will be disturbed when the ADA issues are addressed. Provide a safety shower / eyewash, gas connections, and compressed air connections to project laboratories. Cost Unit Whole Building Original Building (1973) 96,707 ft² 2 Required 6 Required 1 Required 7 Required 1 Required $42,100.00 $42,100.00 Sum Comments

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Back Flow Preventer: Sink: HIGH BAY/INDUSTRIAL SPACE - LAB TYPES 5,6,7 - Safety Shower/Eyewash - New Installation HIGH BAY/INDUSTRIAL SPACE - LAB TYPES 5,6,7 - Natural Gas Connections HIGH BAY/INDUSTRIAL SPACE - LAB TYPES 5,6,7 - Compressed Air Connections Sum:

$5,000.00unit $1,500.00unit $2,500.00each $800.00each $15,000.00per system

$10,000.00 $9,000.00(remove / replace) $2,500.00 $5,600.00 $15,000.00

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Urinal Modifications

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F. Windows
Description:
The overall facility is equipped with aluminum frame windows with double pane glazing type window system, which was installed in 1973, and is in fair to poor condition. The 1973 windows have seals that are deteriorated and / or broken. The two story corridor that connects the activity wing to the academic wing was originally constructed as an open air corridor / bridge. The corridor was enclosed at a later date with an E.I.F.S. wall surface and aluminum dual pane windows that are in fair condition. The majority of the entrance doors in the facility are equipped with thermally broken aluminum frame sidelights and transoms with double pane insulated glazing, in good condition. Some entrance doors are equipped with aluminum frame sidelights and transoms with single pane glazing. The exterior doors in the facility are equipped with hollow metal frame sidelights and transoms. Glazing in exterior doors varies with location. Some single pane and some double pane insulated glazing exist. Exterior door assembly condition varies from fair to poor. The school does not contain skylights. 3 Needs Replacement Provide a new insulated window system with integral blinds to meet with Ohio School Design Manual requirements. Replace transoms and sidelights as a function of the door assembly replacement in single pane entrance doors and in exterior doors that are single pane or in poor condition. Cost Unit

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Whole BuildingOriginal Building (1973)Sum Comments 96,707 ft² Insulated Glass/Panels: $50.00sq.ft. (Qty) 3,858 Required $192,900.00(with integral blinds) Curtain Wall/Storefront System:$55.00sq.ft. (Qty) 254 Required $13,970.00 Sum: $206,870.00 $206,870.00

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Student Dining Area Windows

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G. Structure: Foundation
Description:
The facility is equipped with a combination of concrete masonry unit and concrete foundation walls on concrete footings. The foundation system displayed one location of settlement that resulted in cracking, and leaking. The settlement occurred at the south corner of the gymnasium. Based on the perimeter topography, this area appears to have been a fill area in the original construction and settlement has occurred. The district hired an engineering company to repair the settled area by jacking it back into place. No further settlement has been observed since the repair has been made. The remainder of the foundation system is in fair condition. The District reports that there has been past leaking near the art room, which has been resolved. 1 Satisfactory Existing conditions require no renovation or replacement at the present time.

Rating: Recommendations:

Item CostUnitWhole BuildingOriginal Building (1973)SumComments 96,707 ft² Sum: $0.00 $0.00

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Concrete Foundation

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H. Structure: Walls and Chimneys
Description:
The facility is constructed with a concrete frame structure. Exterior walls have a brick veneer on a non-bearing masonry wall system, which displayed locations of deterioration, and is in fair condition. The exterior masonry lacks adequate control joints. The foundation system displayed one location of settlement that resulted in cracking and leaking of the exterior masonry wall. The settlement has been resolved but the upper masonry requires aesthetic repair. The exterior masonry has not been cleaned and sealed in recent years, and shows evidence of efflorescence. The two story corridor that connects the activity wing to the academic wing was originally constructed as an open air corridor / bridge. The corridor was enclosed at a later date with an E.I.F.S. wall surface that is in poor condition. Permanent interior walls are non-bearing concrete masonry units in fair condition. Interior masonry lacks adequate control joints. Mobile partition walls exist in the open concept classroom area. The windowsills are brick, and are in fair to poor condition. The exterior lintels are rusting. 2 Needs Repair Provide tuckpointing in all areas of mortar deterioration as required. Provide masonry cleaning and sealing through the overall facility. Repair masonry lintels as required. Repair E.I.F.S. at connecting corridor. Cost Unit

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Whole BuildingOriginal Building (1973)Sum Comments 96,707 ft² Tuckpointing: $2.50sq.ft. (Qty) 13,000 Required $32,500.00(wall surface) Exterior Masonry Cleaning: $1.00sq.ft. (Qty) 39,000 Required $39,000.00(wall surface) Exterior Masonry Sealing: $0.75sq.ft. (Qty) 39,000 Required $29,250.00(wall surface) Install Control Joints $60.00ln.ft. 850 Required $51,000.00 Other: Paint lintels $5.00ln.ft. 3,604 Required $18,020.00scrape and paint Other: Repair E.I.F.S. $10,000.00allowance Required $10,000.00Repair E.I.F.S. Sum: $179,770.00 $179,770.00

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Exterior Masonry

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I. Structure: Floors and Roofs
Description:
The floor construction of the base floor of the facility is a mixture of concrete slab on grade and metal form deck on steel joist type construction, and is in fair condition. Crawl space is located under sections of the facility that have plumbing. The floor construction of the intermediate floors is cast-in-place concrete type construction, and is in fair condition. The roof construction is metal deck on steel joist type construction, and is in fair condition. 1 Satisfactory Existing conditions require no renovation or replacement at the present time.

Rating: Recommendations:

Item CostUnitWhole BuildingOriginal Building (1973)SumComments 96,707 ft² Sum: $0.00 $0.00

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First Floor Framing

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J. General Finishes
Description:
The facility has classrooms with carpet flooring, and lay-in acoustic panel (ACT) type ceilings. Walls are painted concrete masonry unit (CMU) on the exterior and walls connecting classrooms to spaces such as restrooms. The remainder of the interior walls are mobile partition walls with fabric surface. Classroom doors are a function of the mobile partition and lack accessible hardware. Finishes are in fair condition. The academic section has corridors with carpet type flooring, ACT or plaster type ceilings, and mobile partition wall finishes, and they are in fair condition. The athletic section has corridors with VCT flooring, CMU walls and ACT or plaster walls. The facility has restrooms with vinyl composition tile (VCT) type flooring, plaster type ceilings, and CMU type wall finishes, and they are in fair condition. The Gymnasium has wood flooring, exposed structure with metal deck ceiling, and CMU type wall finishes, and they are in fair condition. Gymnasium telescoping stands are in fair condition. Student Dining has asbestos sheet flooring, lay-in translucent panel ceiling, and CMU with acoustic panel type wall finishes, and they are in fair condition. Classroom casework is very limited. Some plastic laminate type construction, is provided, and in fair condition. Classrooms are not provided adequate chalkboards, markerboards, and tackboards. Condition is limited. The classroom storage cubbies are not adequately provided. The non-classroom doors are a mixture of plastic laminate and metal non-louvered interior doors in fair condition. The toilet partitions are CMU type construction, are in fair condition, but do not meet ADA requirements. The existing kitchen is full service. The existing Kitchen equipment is original and is in fair condition. 3 Needs Replacement Provide complete replacement of finishes and casework due to existing conditions and installation of systems outlined in Items A, C, K, L, O, T, and U. Provide complete replacement of kitchen equipment due to age and condition. Provide an allowance for the construction of permanent walls with accessible doors in the open concept classroom area. Replace existing toilet partitions due to existing conditions and ADA requirements. ADA partitions are replaced in item O. Cost Unit Whole Building Original Building Sum Comments (1973) 96,707 ft² 24 Required $18,000.00(removing and replacing) Required Required 2,120 Required $19,341.40(per building area) $531,888.50(per building sq.ft., CMU in corridors and drywall partitions between classrooms)

Rating: Recommendations:

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Toilet Partitions: Toilet Accessory Replacement Partition Open Space Classrooms: Total Kitchen Equipment Replacement:

$750.00per stall $0.20sq.ft. $5.50sq.ft. $105.00sq.ft. (Qty)

Other: Complete replacement of $12.85sq.ft. finishes and casework (Qty) Other: Complete replacement of $13.10sq.ft. finishes and casework (Qty) Sum:

$222,600.00(square footage based upon only area of food preparation, serving, kitchen storage areas and walk-ins. Includes demolition and removal of existing kitchen equipment) 82,892 Required $1,065,162.20Elementary Area 13,815 Required $2,037,968.60 $2,037,968.60 $180,976.50Middle School Area

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Modified Auditeria Style Space

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K. Interior Lighting
Description:
The typical Classrooms are equipped with T-8 2x4 lay-in fluorescent fixtures with single level switching. Classroom fixtures are in fair condition and provide an average illumination of 60 FC, thus complying with the 50 FC recommended by the OSDM. The typical Corridors are equipped with T-8 2x4 lay-in fluorescent fixtures with single level switching. Corridor fixtures are in fair condition and provide an average illumination of 40FC, thus complying with the 20 FC recommended by the OSDM. The Gymnasium is equipped with pendant T12 fluorescent fixtures, in fair condition, and providing an average illumination of 20FC, which is less than the 50 FC recommended by the OSDM. The Media Center is equipped with T8 fluorescent fixtures mounted above lay-in translucent panels in fair condition, and providing an average illumination of 40FC, which is less than the 50 FC recommended by the OSDM. The Student Dining spaces are equipped with T8 fluorescent fixtures mounted above lay-in translucent panels in fair condition, and providing an average illumination of 78 FC, thus complying with the 50 FC recommended by the OSDM. The service areas are equipped with T8 fluorescent fixture type lighting in fair condition. The typical Administrative spaces are equipped with 2x4 lay-in T8 fluorescent fixture type lighting in fair condition, and providing adequate illumination based on OSDM requirements. The overall lighting systems of the facility are not fully compliant with Ohio School Design Manual requirements due to condition, inadequate lighting levels, and lack of multilevel switching in appropriate spaces. 3 Needs Replacement Provide complete replacement of lighting system due to condition, lighting levels, and installation of systems outlined in Items A, C, J, and U.

Rating: Recommendations:
Item

Cost Unit Whole BuildingOriginal Building (1973)Sum Comments 96,707 ft² Complete Building Lighting Replacement$4.00sq.ft. Required $386,828.00 Sum: $386,828.00 $386,828.00

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Translucent Panels

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L. Security Systems
Description:
The facility contains a Moose type security system in fair condition. Motion detectors are provided in offices, corridors, and spaces where 6 or more computers are located. Some exterior doors are equipped with door contacts. An automatic visitor control system is not provided. One CCTV camera is provided at the main entry area. CCTV is monitored in Administrative Area with the use of TV, and VCR. The security system is not adequately provided throughout, and the district identified insecure areas. The system is not fully compliant with Ohio School Design Manual guidelines. The exterior site lighting system is equipped with surface mounted mercury vapor entry lights in fair condition. Pedestrian walkways are illuminated with mercury vapor lighting in fair condition. Parking and bus pick-up / drop off areas are illuminated by pole mounted metal halide fixtures in fair condition. The exterior site lighting system provides inadequate coverage. 3 Needs Replacement Provide complete replacement of security system to meet Ohio School Design Manual guidelines. Provide enhancement of exterior site lighting system to eliminate dark spots around the building and in the staff/visitor parking area, to meet Ohio School Design Manual guidelines. Cost Unit

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Whole BuildingOriginal Building (1973)Sum Comments 96,707 ft² Security System: $1.50sq.ft. Required $145,060.50(complete, area of building) Other: Partial Exterior Lighting Upgrade$10,000.00allowance Required $10,000.00Enhance site lighting Sum: $155,060.50 $155,060.50

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Security Monitor

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M. Emergency/Egress Lighting
Description:
The facility addition is equipped with an emergency egress lighting system consisting of illuminated exit signs and emergency floodlighting. The system is in good condition, and is provided with appropriate battery backup. The system is adequately provided throughout, and meets Ohio School Design Manual requirements. Some of the emergency egress lighting is ceiling mounted, while the remainder is wall mounted. 2 Needs Repair Rework the existing ceiling mounted emergency egress lighting disturbed during work recommended in items A, C, J, K, and U.

Rating: Recommendations:
Item

Cost Unit Whole BuildingOriginal Building (1973)Sum Comments 96,707 ft² Other: Partial Emergency/Egress Lighting Upgrade$0.50sq.ft. Required $48,353.50Rework exiting system Sum: $48,353.50 $48,353.50

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Ceiling Mounted Exit Light

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N. Fire Alarm
Description:
The facility is equipped with a fire alarm system in fair condition, consisting of manual pull stations, horn, and strobe indicating devices. The system is automatic and is monitored by a third party. The system is equipped with sufficient flow switches, tamper switches, smoke detectors, and heat sensors. The system is adequately provided throughout, and has additional zone capabilities. The system is compliant with Ohio Building Code, NFPA, and Ohio School Design Manual requirements. The existing system will be disturbed due to work described in item J. 2 Needs Repair Rework existing system as required by Item J recommendations.

Rating: Recommendations:
Item

Cost Unit Whole BuildingOriginal Building (1973)Sum Comments 96,707 ft² Other: Relocate fire alarm$0.25sq.ft. Required $24,176.75Rework as required Sum: $24,176.75 $24,176.75

Fire Alarm Main Panel Back to Assessment Summary

Horn Strobe Indicating Device

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O. Handicapped Access
Description:
Most of the exterior entrances are ADA accessible. Access from the parking / drop-off area to the building entries is not compromised by steps or steep ramps. Adequate handicap parking is provided. Exterior doors are equipped with ADA hardware. The main entry is not equipped with an ADA power assist door. The facility has a total of 6 levels. The main level is accessible from the main entry. The lower level gym / locker rooms and the art room are accessible by use of a chair lift. The second story academic wing is accessible by elevator. The early childhood area and the split-level of the academic wing are not accessible. The stage is on the same level as the gym / locker rooms and is accessible. Classroom interior doors are a component of the mobile panel system and are not equipped with ADA hardware. The facility has some doors that are either too narrow or improper ADA clearances. Interior doors are not provided with ADA-compliant hardware. 15 ADA-compliant toilets are required, and 5 are currently provided. 15 ADA-compliant lavatories are required, and 7 are currently provided. 6 ADA-compliant urinals are required, and 3 are currently provided. 6 ADA-compliant electric water coolers are required, and 1 is currently provided. Toilet partitions are CMU; do not provide appropriate ADA clearances. ADA-compliant accessories are not adequately provided and mounted. ADA signage is not provided on both the interior and the exterior of the building. 3 Needs Replacement Provide ADA-compliant signage, power assist door opener, chair lifts, electric water coolers, toilets, sinks, urinals, toilet partitions, toilet accessories, doors and frames, and door hardware to facilitate the schools meeting of ADA requirements. Site issues are corrected in Item P. Unit Whole Building Original Building Sum Comments (1973) 96,707 ft² 143 Required $50,050.00(includes installation / hardware only) Required 2 Required 5 Required 21 Required 9 Required 1 Required 15 Required 5 Required $205,470.70 $205,470.70 $9,670.70(per building area) $25,000.00(complete) $9,000.00(replacement double ADA) $31,500.00(replacement ADA) $9,000.00(ADA - grab bars, accessories included) $7,500.00(openers, electrical, patching, etc) $45,000.00(rework narrow opening to provide 3070 wood door, HM frame, door/light, includes hardware) $18,750.00(rework opening and corridor wall to accommodate ADA standards when door opening is set back from edge of corridor and cannot accommodate a wheelchair. See diagram)

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Cost

Handicapped $350.00set Hardware: Signage: $0.10sq.ft. Lifts: $12,500.00unit Electric Water Coolers: $1,800.00unit Toilet/Urinals/Sinks: $1,500.00unit Toilet Partitions: $1,000.00stall ADA Assist Door & $7,500.00unit Frame: Replace Doors: $3,000.00leaf Replace Doors: $3,750.00leaf Sum:

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Elevator

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P. Site Condition
Description:
The 25 acre steeply sloped site is located in a suburban residential setting with generous tree, shrub, and floral type landscaping. There are no apparent problems with erosion or ponding on the developed portion of the site. Some erosion was evident in the woods. A moderately traveled city street provides access to the site. A single entrance onto the site leads to a central parking area, which the buses block access to while loading. Proper separation of bus and other vehicular traffic is not provided. Staff, and visitor parking is facilitated by a 132 space asphalt parking lot in fair condition, which provides adequate parking for staff members, visitors, and the disabled. The parking lot drainage design, consisting of appropriate slopes and catch basins, provides adequate evacuation of storm water, and no problems with parking lot ponding were observed. Concrete curbs in good condition are appropriately placed. The main concrete sidewalks are properly sloped, are located to provide a logical flow of pedestrian traffic, and are in fair condition. Some minor sidewalks are excessively sloped. Site fencing is provided to separate the playground from the wooded area. The playground equipment is in good condition, and on a combination of hard and soft surfaces, with a basketball court being provided on an asphalt surface. 2 Needs Repair Replace damaged sidewalks. Provide new asphalt wearing course on damaged areas of Mercer parking. Provide replacement of asphalt at parking / bus loop entry to the Mercer area. Cost Unit Whole Building Original Building Sum Comments (1973) 96,707 ft² 4,288 Required $12,864.00(including drainage / tear out) 30,830 Required 5,371 Required Required Required $246,673.30 $246,673.30 $17,264.80(includes minor crack repair in less than 5% of paved area) $21,484.00(5 in exterior slab) $50,000.00Include this and one of the next two. (Applies for whole building, so only one addition should have this item) $145,060.50Include this one or the next. (Each addition should have this item)

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Asphalt Paving: Asphalt Paving / New Wearing Course: Concrete Sidewalk: Base Sitework Allowance for Unforeseen Circumstances Sitework Allowance for Unforeseen Circumstances for buildings between 0 SF and 100,000 SF Sum:

$3.00sq.ft. (Qty) $0.56sq.ft. (Qty) $4.00sq.ft. (Qty) $50,000.00allowance $1.50sq.ft.

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Main Playground

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Q. Sewage System
Description: Rating: Recommendations:
The sanitary sewer system is tied in to the municipal system in fair condition. No significant system deficiencies were reported by the school district or noted during the physical assessment. 1 Satisfactory Existing conditions require no renovation or replacement at the present time.

Item CostUnitWhole BuildingOriginal Building (1973)SumComments 96,707 ft² Sum: $0.00 $0.00

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R. Water Supply
Description:
The domestic water supply system is tied in to the municipal system. The district reported that the two-3inch service lines are served from the Turpin High School service. The facility is not equipped with an automated fire suppression system, and the existing water supply will not provide adequate support for a future system. The domestic water service is not equipped with a water booster pump, and none is required. The system does not provide adequate pressure and capacity for the future needs of the school. 1 Satisfactory Provide backflow preventers. See Item E for cost.

Rating: Recommendations:

Item CostUnitWhole BuildingOriginal Building (1973)SumComments 96,707 ft² Sum: $0.00 $0.00

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Service Entrance

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S. Exterior Doors
Description:
Entrance doors in the facility are aluminum type construction, mounted on aluminum frames, and in good condition. Entrance doors feature thermally broken/ tempered glass vision panels. Exterior doors in the facility are combination of aluminum type construction, mounted on aluminum frames and hollow metal construction mounted on hollow metal frames. Exterior doors vary with regards to their glazing. Some of what appear to be original doors have single pane glazing, while what appears to be replacement doors have thermally broken double pane glazing. All glazing appears to be tempered glass where required. There are overhead doors in the facility. Overhead doors are steel type in fair condition. 3 Needs Replacement Replace exterior doors, which are equipped with single pane glazing or are in poor condition. Replace one overhead door. See item F for sidelight and transom replacement. Cost Unit

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Whole BuildingOriginal Building (1973)Sum Comments 96,707 ft² Door Leaf/Frame and Hardware:$2,000.00per leaf 12 Required $24,000.00(includes removal of existing) Overhead doors and hardware: $2,500.00per leaf 1 Required $2,500.00(8 x 10 sectional) Sum: $26,500.00 $26,500.00

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Single Pane HM Assembly

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T. Hazardous Material
Description:
The School District provided the AHERA three year reinspection reports, prepared by Paran Consulting Services, Inc., and dated January 2002, documenting known and assumed locations of asbestos and other hazardous materials. Vinyl asbestos floor tile with mastic, and vinyl sheet flooring containing hazardous materials are located in the facility in fair condition. These materials were described in the report to be in non-friable condition. There are no underground storage tanks on the site. Due to the construction date, there is a potential for lead based paint. Fluorescent lighting will require special disposal. 2 Needs Repair Remove all hazardous materials, inclusive of asbestos-containing materials in the facility, as noted in the attached Environmental Hazards Assessment. Provide for the testing of paint that has the potential of being lead-based. Provide for disposal of fluorescent lighting. Cost Unit

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Whole BuildingOriginal Building (1973)Sum Comments 96,707 ft² Environmental Hazards Form EHA Form ‹ Resilient Flooring Removal - Incl. Mastic $3.00sq.ft. (Qty) 8,650 Required $25,950.00 Estimated Cost For Abatement Contractor to Perform Lead Mock-Ups $1.00per unit 5,000 Required $5,000.00 Special Engineering Fees $1.00per unit 5,000 Required $5,000.00 Fluorescent Lamps & Ballasts Recycling/Incineration $0.05sq.ft. (Qty) 96,707 Required $4,835.35 Other: T Discrepancies from Old EHA System (Renovation only) -$0.35lump sum Required -$0.35T Discrepancies From Old EHA System Sum: $40,785.00 $40,785.00

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Asbestos Sheet Flooring

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U. Life Safety
Description:
The facility is not equipped with an automated fire suppression system. Exit corridors are situated such that dead-end corridors are not present. Stair towers are not protected by a two-hour fire enclosure. Guardrails do not meet the 4 inch ball test as required by the Ohio Building Code. The kitchen hood is equipped with a fire suppression system. There is an adequate number of fire extinguishers that are adequately spaced. The existing water supply is provided by a tie-in to the municipal system, and is insufficient to meet the future fire suppression needs of the school. Rooms, with capacity greater than 50, are equipped with adequate egress. 3 Needs Replacement Provide an automated fire suppression system to meet Ohio School Design Manual guidelines. Provide new handrails to meet the requirements of the Ohio Building Code. Provide fire-rated enclosure around existing stair tower. Cost Unit

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Whole BuildingOriginal Building (1973)Sum Comments 96,707 ft² Sprinkler / Fire Suppression System: $3.25sq.ft. (Qty) 96,707 Required $314,297.75(includes increase of service piping, if required) Interior Stairwell Closure: $5,000.00per level 14 Required $70,000.00(includes associated doors, door frames and hardware) Handrails: $5,000.00level 14 Required $70,000.00 Sum: $454,297.75 $454,297.75

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Open Stair Tower

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V. Loose Furnishings
Description:
The typical classroom furniture is mismatched, and in generally fair condition, consisting of student desks & chairs, teacher desk & chair, desk height file cabinet, reading table, computer workstation, bookcases and wastebasket. The facilitys furniture and loose equipment was evaluated in item 6.17 in the CEFPI section of this report, and on a scale of 1 to 10 the facility received a rating of 5 due to observed conditions, and due to the fact that it lacks some of the Design Manual required elements. 3 Needs Replacement Provide for replacement of outdated or inadequate furniture.

Rating: Recommendations:
Item

Cost Unit Whole BuildingOriginal Building (1973)Sum Comments 96,707 ft² CEFPI Rating 4 to 5$4.00sq.ft. Required $386,828.00 Sum: $386,828.00 $386,828.00

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Open Mobile Partitions

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W. Technology
Description:
The typical classroom has 3 technology data ports, no phone system, 1 cable port, a television, a VCR, and a PA system that can be initiated by either party. The Ohio School Design Manual recommends the typical classroom be equipped with the required four technology data ports for student use, one data port for teacher use, one voice port with a digitally based phone system, one cable port and monitor, and a 2-way PA system that can be initiated by either party. The facility does contain a media distribution center, but does provide computer labs for use by students. 3 Needs Replacement Provide complete replacement of technology systems to meet Ohio School Design Manual requirements.

Rating: Recommendations:
Item

Cost Unit Whole BuildingOriginal Building (1973)Sum Comments 96,707 ft² Non-OSDM Compliant:$5.77sq.ft. Required $557,999.39 Sum: $557,999.39 $557,999.39

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Typical Technology Port

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X. Construction Contingency / Non-Construction Cost
Renovation Costs (A-W) 7.00% Subtotal 16.20% Non-Construction Costs Construction Contingency $6,549,466.14 $458,462.63 $7,007,928.77 $1,135,284.46 $8,143,213.23

Total Project

Construction Contingency Non-Construction Costs Total for X.

$458,462.63 $1,135,284.46 $1,593,747.09

Non-Construction Costs Breakdown Soil Borings Agency Approval Fees Construction Testing Printing Advertising Builder’s Risk Design Professional Compensation CM Compensation Non-Construction Contingency (includes partnering and mediation services) Total Non-Construction Costs Back to Assessment Summary 0.03% 0.20% 0.15% 0.30% 0.05% 0.20% 7.50% 6.00% 1.77% 16.20% $2,102.38 $14,015.86 $10,511.89 $21,023.79 $3,503.96 $14,015.86 $525,594.66 $420,475.73 $124,040.34 $1,135,284.46

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School Facility Appraisal

Name of Appraiser Building Name Street Address City/Town, State, Zip Code Telephone Number(s) School District

Vicki Siwek Mercer Elem 2600 Bartels Rd Cincinnati, OH 45244 513-232-7000 Forest Hills Local SD

Date of Appraisal

2004-07-08

Setting: Site-Acreage Grades Housed Number of Teaching Stations Student Enrollment Dates of Construction Energy Sources: Air Conditioning: Heating:

Suburban 25 K-6 46 798 1973 Fuel Oil Roof Top Central Hot Water Gas Windows Units Roof Top Steam Floor Construction Wood Joists Steel Joists Slab on grade Structural slab Electric Central Individual Unit Solar Room Units Forced Air Building Square Footage Student Capacity Number of Floors 96,707 760 2

Type of Construction Load bearing masonry Steel frame Concrete frame Wood Steel Joists

Exterior Surfacing Brick Stucco Metal Wood Stone

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1.0 The School Site
School Facility Appraisal

Points Allocated

Points

1.1

Site is large enough to meet educational needs as defined by state and local requirements

25

10

The 25 acre site is shared with Turpin High School. Site size is limited due to high school athletics and sloping topography. The shared site requires 39 acres per current enrollment levels.

1.2

Site is easily accessible and conveniently located for the present and future population The site is centered within the population it serves and also serves some of the outer perimeter of the District.

20

17

1.3

Location is removed from undesirable business, industry, traffic, and natural hazards The site has residential surroundings, but the high school generates traffic.

10

7

1.4

Site is well landscaped and developed to meet educational needs The landscaping is mature and well placed.

10

9

1.5

ES MS HS

Well equipped playgrounds are separated from streets and parking areas Well equipped athletic and intermural areas are separated from streets and parking Well equipped athletic areas are adequate with sufficient solid-surface parking

10

9

The playground is well equipped with hard and soft surfaces available which are away from traffic.

1.6

Topography is varied enough to provide desirable appearance and without steep inclines Steep inclines cause a portion of the site to be unusable.

5

2

1.7

Site has stable, well drained soil free of erosion Erosion is visible in the wooded area of the site.

5

3

1.8

Site is suitable for special instructional needs, e.g., outdoor learning A walking trail is available for educational use.

5

4

1.9

Pedestrian services include adequate sidewalk with designated crosswalks, curb cuts, and correct slopes Correctly sloped sidewalks, crosswalks and curb cuts exist. Pedestrian access is limited due to damaged sidewalks and steep slopes.

5

3

1.10

ES/MS HS

Sufficient on-site, solid surface parking for faculty and staff is provided Sufficient on-site, solid surface parking is provided for faculty, students, staff and community

5

3

Sufficient solid surface parking exists but condition requires work.

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2.0 Structural and Mechanical Features
School Facility Appraisal

Structural

Points Allocated

Points

2.1

Structure meets all barrier-free requirements both externally and internally The facility lacks ADA accessibility throughout. Two levels are not accessible.

15

7

2.2

Roofs appear sound, have positive drainage, and are weather tight

15

9

Low slope roofing provides adequate drainage. Evidence of ponding was noted. The District reported roof leaks on the area that is currently being replaced.

2.3

Foundations are strong and stable with no observable cracks Cracking was observed in the gymnasium foundations. Corrective measures have been made to stabilize.

10

7

2.4

Exterior and interior walls have sufficient expansion joints and are free of deterioration The facility is not equipped with sufficient expansion joints which has contributed to wall deterioration.

10

6

2.5

Entrances and exits are located so as to permit efficient student traffic flow Building entrances are properly located for the efficient flow of traffic.

10

8

2.6

Building ’’envelope’’ generally provides for energy conservation (see criteria) Composite masonry walls, insulated roof, and double pane windows provide an adequate building envelope.

10

8

2.7

Structure is free of friable asbestos and toxic materials

10

6

According to the report provided by the District, hazardous materials exist. See the worksheet at the end of this report for a summary of hazardous materials.

2.8

Interior walls permit sufficient flexibility for a variety of class sizes Some interior walls are non-bearing partitions which allows for future flexibility. Folding partitions are available for varying class sizes.

10

9

Mechanical/Electrical

Points Allocated

Points

2.9

Adequate light sources are well maintained, and properly placed and are not subject to overheating Light fixtures required maintenance. Dark spots were observed in various locations throughout the facility.

15

7

2.10

Internal water supply is adequate with sufficient pressure to meet health and safety requirements

15

13

Water supply is from a municipal system and has adequate pressure. The District reported that the water flows through a backflow preventer at Turpin High School prior to entering Mercer Elementary School.

2.11

Each teaching/learning area has adequate convenient wall outlets, phone and computer cabling for technology applications

15

5

A typical classroom is equipped with 3 electrical outlets, 0 phone, and 3 computer outlets. The facility does not meet the OSDM technology requirements.

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2.12

Electrical controls are safely protected with disconnect switches easily accessible Electrical panels are not located in student occupied areas and are easily accessible.

10

8

2.13

Drinking fountains are adequate in number and placement, and are properly maintained including provisions for the disabled

10

5

The O.B.C. requires one drinking fountain per 100 students. The building capacity requires 8 drinking fountains. The existing facility has 11 drinking fountains. ADA requires that 50 percent of drinking fountains be accessible. 1 of the drinking fountains is accessible.

2.14

Number and size of restrooms meet requirements

10

3

The O.B.C. requires that restrooms be located on every floor and that the maximum travel distance shall not exceed 500 feet. The facility does not have restrooms on every floor. The size of public restrooms is such that ADA access is achievable. The size of some individual restrooms is such that ADA access is not possible.

2.15

Drainage systems are properly maintained and meet requirements The waste piping is cast iron. The District reported that no problems existed with the drainage system.

10

9

2.16

Fire alarms, smoke detectors, and sprinkler systems are properly maintained and meet requirements The fire alarm system meets current code requirements. Detection devices are provided. There is no sprinkler system.

10

6

2.17

Intercommunication system consists of a central unit that allows dependable two-way communication between the office and instructional areas The PA system provides two way communication that can be initiated from either party. A few rooms have malfunction.

10

8

2.18

Exterior water supply is sufficient and available for normal usage Hose bibbs are located near areas where water is needed.

5

4

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3.0 Plant Maintainability
School Facility Appraisal

Points Allocated

Points

3.1

Windows, doors, and walls are of material and finish requiring minimum maintenance

15

10

Aluminum windows, aluminum and steel doors, and CMU walls require moderate maintenance. Partition walls and doors require more significant maintenance.

3.2

Floor surfaces throughout the building require minimum care

15

10

Typical classrooms have carpet flooring. Typical corridors have carpet or viny composite tile flooring. Typical restrooms have ceramic tile and vinyl composition tile flooring.

3.3

Ceilings and walls throughout the building, including service areas, are easily cleaned and resistant to stain

10

7

The lay-in acoustic ceiling panels are not resistant to stain and must be replaced when damaged. Painted wall surfaces are cleaned easily.

3.4

Built-in equipment is designed and constructed for ease of maintenance Built-in equipment is constructed of plastic laminate which requires low maintenance.

10

8

3.5

Finishes and hardware, with compatible keying system, are of durable quality The hardware has a quality finish and adequate keying system. The hardware is not ADA accessible.

10

5

3.6

Restroom fixtures are wall mounted and of quality finish

10

5

Toilets are wall mounted flush valve or floor mounted flush valve. Urinals are wall mounted flush valve. Lavatories are wall mounted and countertop set. ADA requirements are not met. The fixtures are in fair condition.

3.7

Adequate custodial storage space with water and drain is accessible throughout the building Custodial closets with mop sink are available throughout the building. Storage is limited.

10

6

3.8

Adequate electrical outlets and power, to permit routine cleaning, are available in every area Electrical outlets are located as required for cleaning.

10

9

3.9

Outdoor light fixtures, electrical outlets, equipment, and other fixtures are accessible for repair and replacement

10

7

Outdoor light fixtures do not provide adequate light levels in all areas. Electrical outlets are conveniently located. Outdoor mechanical equipment is easily accessible.

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4.0 Building Safety and Security
School Facility Appraisal

Site Safety

Points Allocated

Points

4.1

Student loading areas are segregated from other vehicular traffic and pedestrian walkways The facility is equipped with a bus loop that shares the vehicular parking entry drive.

15

3

4.2

Walkways, both on and offsite, are available for safety of pedestrians Correctly sloped sidewalks, with crosswalks and curb cuts exist. Pedestrian access is limited due to steep slopes.

10

7

4.3

Access streets have sufficient signals and signs to permit safe entrance to and exit from school area School signs are provided to permit safe access.

5

4

4.4

Vehicular entrances and exits permit safe traffic flow A single entrance for buses and vehicular traffic leads to a central vehicular parking lot that is blocked when buses are loading.

5

2

4.5

ES MS HS

Playground equipment is free from hazard Location and types of intramural equipment are free from hazard Athletic field equipment is properly located and is free from hazard

5

4

The playground is well equipped with hard and soft surfaces available which are away from traffic.

Building Safety

Points Allocated

Points

4.6

The heating unit(s) is located away from student occupied areas Electric baseboard heaters are accessible to students. The remainder of heat distribution is away from student interaction.

20

17

4.7

Multi-story buildings have at least two stairways for student egress Stairways exist to provide the amount of egress required, but they are not in fire rated enclosures per code requirements.

15

5

4.8

Exterior doors open outward and are equipped with panic hardware Exterior doors open outward per O.B.C. requirements and have panic hardware.

10

10

4.9

Emergency lighting is provided throughout the entire building with exit signs on separate electrical circuits The exit lighting is powered by battery backup. The system meets current building code standards.

10

10

4.10

Classroom doors are recessed and open outward Classroom doors are flush with the corridor wall. Doors open outward.

10

6

4.11

Building security systems are provided to assure uninterrupted operation of the educational program The facility is equipped with a security system with motion detectors, door contacts, and one CCTV with monitor and VCR.

10

8

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4.12

Flooring (including ramps and stairways) is maintained in a non-slip condition The stairs and ramps have non-slip pads or are carpeted. No slippery areas were identified in the site visit.

5

5

4.13

Stair risers (interior and exterior) do not exceed 6 1/2 inches and range in number from 3 - 16 The stair risers measure 6 3/4 inches and typically fall into the acceptable range.

5

4

4.14

Glass is properly located and protected with wire or safety material to prevent accidental student injury All glass appeared to be protected as required by code.

5

5

4.15

Fixed Projections in the traffic areas do not extend more than eight inches from the corridor wall Drinking fountains extend more than the allowable dimension.

5

4

4.16

Traffic areas terminate at an exit or a stairway leading to an egress There are no dead end corridors in the facility.

5

5

Emergency Safety

Points Allocated

Points

4.17

Adequate fire safety equipment is properly located

15

15

The number of fire extinguishers appears to meet the requirements. The kitchen hood is equipped with a fire suppression system.

4.18

There are at least two independent exits from any point in the building Rooms with capacity greater than fifty persons are equipped with two exits. There are no dead end corridors in the facility.

15

15

4.19

Fire-resistant materials are used throughout the structure The entire building structure is constructed with non-combustible materials.

15

15

4.20

Automatic and manual emergency alarm system with a distinctive sound and flashing light is provided A code compliant emergency alarm system exists.

15

15

TOTAL - Building Safety and Security Back to Assessment Summary

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5.0 Educational Adequacy
School Facility Appraisal

Academic Learning Space

Points Allocated

Points

5.1

Size of academic learning areas meets desirable standards The average size of classrooms is 763 s.f. compared to 900 s.f. recommended by the OSDM.

25

12

5.2

Classroom space permits arrangements for small group activity The classrooms are too small to allow for small groups to work affectively.

15

5

5.3

Location of academic learning areas is near related educational activities and away from disruptive noise

10

5

The location of the gym, music, cafeteria, and classrooms is adequately separated. Academic functions are grouped together. The open classroom design has disruptive noise present.

5.4

Personal space in the classroom away from group instruction allows privacy time for individual students No designated personal space is present.

10

0

5.5

Storage for student materials is adequate

10

4

Some rooms have cubby areas available for the storage of elementary student supplies. Condition is good. Some rooms have no storage area for students.

5.6

Storage for teacher materials is adequate Little casework is provided for teacher material storage. Condition is fair. Some classrooms have cubby area for material storage.

10

6

Special Learning Space

Points Allocated

Points

5.7

Size of special learning area(s) meets standards The average size of special education areas is less than that recommended by the OSDM.

15

10

5.8

Design of specialized learning area(s) is compatible with instructional need

10

9

Handicap provisions are made in special education areas. Special education areas are equipped with casework and loose equipment specific to instructional need.

5.9

Library/Resource/Media Center provides appropriate and attractive space Media center has newer furnishings and attractive space, but no windows or natural light.

10

6

5.10

Gymnasium (or covered P.E. area) adequately serves physical education instruction The existing gym is 7,069 s.f. compared to 3,500 s.f. recommended by the OSDM.

5

5

5.11

ES MS/HS

Pre-kindergarten and kindergarten space is appropriate for age of students and nature of instruction Science program is provided sufficient space and equipment

10

6

The average size of kindergarten classrooms is 870 s.f. compared to 1,200 s.f. recommended by the OSDM.

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5.12

Music Program is provided adequate sound treated space

5

2

The size of the music room is less than the OSDM recommendation. Sound treatment is fair. Band and strings room converted from other classrooms have poor sound treatment.

5.13

Space for art is appropriate for special instruction, supplies, and equipment The size of the art room meets the OSDM recommendation. Equipment is in fair condition.

5

5

School Facility Appraisal

Points Allocated

Points

5.14

Space for technology education permits use of state-of-the-art equipment Computer lab is appropriately sized for instruction need.

5

5

5.15

Space for small groups and remedial instruction is provided adjacent to classrooms Small project rooms are located near classrooms.

5

5

5.16

Storage for student and teacher material is adequate Cubby areas are available for the storage of elementary student supplies. Little casework is provided for teacher material storage.

5

2

Support Space

Points Allocated

Points

5.17

Teacher’s lounge and work areas reflect teachers as professionals Teacher’s lounge is small with dated furnishings and finishes.

10

4

5.18

Cafeteria/Kitchen is attractive with sufficient space for seating/dining, delivery, storage, and food preparation

10

4

The kitchen is significantly smaller than OSDM standards. The cafeteria is a modified design. The size is less than the size recommended by the OSDM. The finishes are fair.

5.19

Administrative offices provided are consistent in appearance and function with the maturity of the students served Administrative offices do not contain all elements and are smaller than OSDM recommendations.

5

1

5.20

Counselor’s office insures privacy and sufficient storage Counselor has private office. Storage space is poor.

5

3

5.21

Clinic is near administrative offices and is equipped to meet requirements Clinic is equipped with non-ADA toilet and one cot. Location is next to offices.

5

2

5.22

Suitable reception space is available for students, teachers, and visitors Reception space is too small to adequately serve the need.

5

1

5.23

Administrative personnel are provided sufficient work space and privacy Administrative area is equipped with secretarial area, offices and records vault only.

5

1

TOTAL - Educational Adequacy

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6.0 Environment for Education
School Facility Appraisal

Exterior Environment

Points Allocated

Points

6.1

Overall design is aesthetically pleasing to age of students Building is typical 1970 open concept style structure with interesting window penetrations.

15

12

6.2

Site and building are well landscaped The landscaping is mature and well placed.

10

9

6.3

Exterior noise and poor environment do not disrupt learning The surrounding neighborhood is a residential type.

10

9

6.4

Entrances and walkways are sheltered from sun and inclement weather The main entrance is sheltered, but the secondary entrances are not.

10

7

6.5

Building materials provide attractive color and texture Exterior masonry is dark shades.

5

3

Interior Environment

Points Allocated

Points

6.6

Color schemes, building materials, and decor provide an impetus to learning

20

8

Carpet color is carried throughout the building. Other colors are very monotone. Mismatched furnishings and varied colors of fixed equiment are disruptive.

6.7

Year around comfortable temperature and humidity are provided throughout the building

15

12

The majority of the facility has heating and cooling systems which provide a year round comfortable environment. The gym is heat only.

6.8

Ventilating system provides adequate quiet circulation of clean air and meets 15cfm VBC requirement The existing ventilation system provides fresh air and meets the 15cfm VBC requirement.

15

12

6.9

Lighting system provides proper intensity, diffusion, and distribution of illumination Light fixtures required maintenance. Dark spots were observed in various locations throughout the facility.

15

5

6.10

Drinking fountains and restroom facilities are conveniently located

15

7

The O.B.C. requires one drinking fountain per 100 students. The building capacity requires 8 drinking fountains. The existing facility has 11 drinking fountains. ADA requires that 50 percent of drinking fountains be accessible. One of the drinking fountains is accessible. The O.B.C. requires that restrooms be located on every floor and that the maximum travel distance shall not exceed 500 feet. The facility meets the requirement. The size of restrooms is such that ADA access is achievable.

6.11

Communication among students is enhanced by commons area(s) for socialization The student dining area provides socialization space.

10

8

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6.12

Traffic flow is aided by appropriate foyers and corridors Corridors are partly obstructed by doors swinging into the walking space. Corridors meet the OSDM recommended width.

10

5

6.13

Areas for students to interact are suitable to the age group Cafeteria, gymnasium, media center, and kiva provide a suitable interaction space.

10

8

6.14

Large group areas are designed for effective management of students

10

7

Large group areas are provided with a sound system. There are some blind spots in the media center where supervision is limited.

6.15

Acoustical treatment of ceilings, walls, and floors provides effective sound control Lay-in acoustic ceilings, masonry walls, and vinyl tile flooring provide fair acoustics.

10

8

6.16

Window design contributes to a pleasant environment Windows are not available in all areas where OSDM recommends them and are non-operable.

10

4

6.17

Furniture and equipment provide a pleasing atmosphere The equipment appeared to be mismatched and was in fair condition.

10

5

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Justification for Allocation of Points

Building Name and Level:

Mercer Elem K-6

Building features that clearly exceed criteria: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Building features that are non-existent or very inadequate: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Exterior masonry requires maintenance. Open classroom design closed. Dead zone in security. Not ADA accessible. No sprinkler system. Asbestos present. Back to Assessment Summary Wooded nature trail. Auditorium style kiva.

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Main Assessment Menu - Forest Hills Local SD (47340) - Mercer Elem (27185)

Building Summary - Mercer Elem (27185)
District: Name: Forest Hills Local SD Mercer Elem Cincinnati,OH 45244 Bldg. IRN: 27185 Current Grades Proposed Grades Current Enrollment Projected Enrollment Addition Original Building Total *HA *Rating = Handicapped Access =1 Satisfactory =2 Needs Repair =3 Needs Replacement *Const P/S = Present/Scheduled Construction FACILITY ASSESSMENT Cost Set: 2004 A. Heating System B. Roofing C. Ventilation / Air Conditioning D. Electrical Systems E. Plumbing and Fixtures F. Windows G. Structure: Foundation H. Structure: Walls and Chimneys I. Structure: Floors and Roofs J. General Finishes K. Interior Lighting L. Security Systems M. Emergency/Egress Lighting N. Fire Alarm O. Handicapped Access P. Site Condition Q. Sewage System R. Water Supply S. Exterior Doors T. Hazardous Material U. Life Safety V. Loose Furnishings W. Technology X. Construction Contingency / Non-Construction Cost Rating 3 2 1 2 3 3 1 2 1 3 3 3 2 2 3 2 1 1 3 2 3 3 3 1973 no K-6 N/A 798 N/A 2 Acreage: Teaching Stations: Classrooms: County: Contact: Phone: Hamilton Frances P Callahan 513-232-7000 By: By: Tony Zircher Vicki Siwek Area: Cincinnati (1)

Address: 2600 Bartels Rd

Date Prepared: 2004-07-08 Date Revised: 2004-10-22 25 46 34 Cover Sheet Section CEFPI Appraisal Summary

Points Possible Points Earned Percentage Rating Category ‹ 100 200 100 200 200 200 ‹ 1000 ‹ 67 128 67 159 103 129 ‹ 653 ‹ 67% 64% 67% 80% 52% 65% ‹ 65% ‹ Borderline Borderline Borderline Satisfactory Borderline Borderline ‹ Borderline

Date HA Number of Floors

Current Square Feet 1.0 The School Site 96,707 2.0 Structural and Mechanical Features 96,707 3.0 Plant Maintainability 4.0 Building Safety and Security 5.0 Educational Adequacy 6.0 Environment for Education Commentary Total Dollar C=Under Contract Assessment C $1,108,638.50 - Renovation Cost Factor $10,800.00 - Cost to Renovate (Cost Factor applied)

100.44% $8,179,043.37

$0.00 - The Replacement Cost Per SF and the Renovate/Replace ratio are only provided when this summary is $430,346.15 - requested from a Master Plan. $42,100.00 $206,870.00 $0.00 $179,770.00 $0.00 $2,037,968.60 $386,828.00 $155,060.50 $48,353.50 $24,176.75 $205,470.70 $246,673.30 $0.00 $0.00 $26,500.00 $40,785.00 $454,297.75 $386,828.00 $557,999.39 $1,593,747.09 $8,143,213.23 Previous Page

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Environmental Hazards - Forest Hills Local SD (47340) - Mercer Elem (27185) - Original Building Environmental Hazards - Forest Hills Local SD (47340) - Mercer Elem (27185) - Original Building

Owner: Facility: Date:

Forest Hills Local SD Mercer Elem 2004-07-08

Bldg. IRN: BuildingAdd: Assessor:

27185 Original Building Tony Zircher AFM=Asbestos Free Material Unit Cost Estimated Cost $15.00 $0.00 $12.00 $0.00 $8.00 $0.00 $25.00 $0.00 $7.00 $0.00 $20.00 $0.00 $10.00 $0.00 $6.00 $0.00 $3.00 $0.00 $3.00 $25,950.00 $2.00 $0.00 $25,950.00 $0.00 None Reported

A. Asbestos Containing Material (ACM) ACM Found 1. Boiler/Furnace/Breeching Insulation Removal 2. Tank/Duct Insulation Removal 3. Pipe Insulation Removal 4. Pipe Fitting Insulation Removal 5. Acoustical Plaster Removal 6. Fireproofing Removal 7. Hard Plaster Removal 8. Gypsum Board Removal 9. Acoustical Panel Ceiling Removal 10. Resilient Flooring Removal - Incl. Mastic 11. Roofing Removal 11 Sum of lines(1-11) 12 Sum of lines(1-9) B. Removal Of Underground Storage Tanks Tank No. 1 Sum Of Lines(1-0) Location

Status Quantity Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Reported Asbestos-Containing Material 8650 Not Present 0 Total Abs. Hazard Abatement Cost for Renovation Work Total Abs. Hazard Abatement Cost for Demolition Work

Age

Product Stored Size Total Cost For Removal Of Underground Storage Tanks

Est.Rem.Cost $0.00

C. Lead-Based Paint (LBP) - Renovation Only 1. Estimated Cost For Abatement Contractor to Perform Lead Mock-Ups 2. Special Engineering Fees 3 Sum of lines(1-2) D. Fluorescent Lamps & Ballasts Recycling/Incineration Area Of Building Addition 1 96707 96707 E. Other Environmental Hazards/Remarks 1. (Sum of Lines 1-0) Description Total Cost for Other Environmental Hazards

Addition Constructed after 1980 $5,000.00 $5,000.00 Total Cost for Lead-Based Paint Mock-Ups $10,000.00 Not Applicable Total Cost $4,835.35

Square Feet w/Fluorescent Lamps & Ballasts

Unit Cost $0.05

None Reported Cost Estimate $0.00

F. Environmental Hazards Assessment Cost Estimate Summaries 1. A11, B1, C3, D1, and E1 2. A12, B1, D1, and E1

Total Cost for Env. Hazards Work - Renovation Total Cost for Env. Hazards Work - Demolition

$40,785.35 $4,835.35

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