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Louisiana College ARAMARK Facilities Report 2010

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Louisiana College

Facilities Report 2010

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Assessment Overview

Facilitles Condition Assessment Goals and Objectives

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'Ide,ntify sys'tem level mechanical, "ng, electr ca ' and

architectural* expos, es to ide _tify the campus defe,rred maintenance exposure in concert, lith the, in:stlltuti,o:nailmlission.,

OBJECTIVES

R view of building sy,stems to detelrmiine condUion and to define, the mag itude and cost ofe deferred mainte' ance need

Develo'pment ,of system level deferred mai tena_ iee observa,tion by categoriz,ation ,and exp cted Icapitall,co,st

Priioritizethe' de,ferred mainten.ance needs t,o, assist ln the de,ve!lopm.elnl of a phas'e-o'Ut strateglY 'that Icolns,lders, cost, c:onta:i:nme:nt opportunlities and programm'atic needs

Summ'ary offindi,ngs with a completese' of st'a,n;dard reports lorgan"z,ed in an easy tOI use format iorthe deveilopmlent, of future pl',anningffo,rts

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A n A ...... A D'V Nole: The Archit'Bctural exposures examined focused on the building exterior 3 _ J"tn.""'",,v-u\n only. Building interiors were not surveyed for Architectura'i eXpOS'Ulies .

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Phase, Out St '

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! Assessment Overview lrnplernentation Inputs & Outputs

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IOn Sil,e, As,sessmenti Wal1k .. Through

Di'a1logue with F,a,c,i "ty Operafo _5 Team

Interviews of Buildilng Qlc,cupants

'Off-Slt,e Engineeriing Analysis

Off ... S.:, e Observat on Cost,ing Effort

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M,ajo,r Thelme',s, Identificat;io,n

Deaoll LO'sting of

Defe red ~ alntenanee Observat ens

Deferred Ma,ilntenance' Prloject List with

Cap lal Costs

Phase-out Strategy

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1,200

43,152

12.160

67.448

26268 15.889

311,274

51,881'

17.692

34.716

48,48.2

5,629

48.042

1,641

47,809

32.280

31,389

42.000

13,,500

7,656

2.200

6468.23

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A. n A. AI if: A n V Note: The Pool Mechanical Room Building and the Stadium and its associated E

• ruvv't"VVU\. buildings were also included in this Facilities Condition Assessment.

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Pr- ority Criteria

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~ Prio:nty' 11. Currently Criticall

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.~ Plri'o:riity' 2. P',otentiiiailly Critiical iiin a Vea,r

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Priority 3a", Necess,ary but Not Ye,t Crlt'lcal- attention within 3 years

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,§ Priority 3b" Nece:ssary but Not Yet C:ritiiic,al .. attention within 3 to 10 'years

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~ IPriority 4. Recommended o

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o Priority Undefiined- Does not meet current codes/standards - grandfa'lhered

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IDeferred Maintenanc,e: Critical maintenance that has been delayed and wiiU result in slignifica,nlt added costs, potential prolgraiml

curtailment or mterruptlon I and/or li.albility' lseue. -

IPlanned Maiint,enanc:e: Rlegular maintenance that is essential for the no rma II protection and preservs,tion of' the facllities' structural iintegrity!, functional utillt,Y', and/,or a,8sthetlic imp,act..

IMode,rnizatiion: IModifilcati'ons, or improvements dedicated to, raise the facillity, el,ectrical/mlechanicall systems and/or f'urnishings 'to currentliy accepted standards.

R,egul1at,ory C,ompli.ance: Change's tOI a faciillity to accommodate ,8 modlifiication in code requirements. These ,are typicaUy required

when major renovations occur. --

D1aily' Se'rviic:e: Routine maintenance that includes ,actiivlities such as milnor servlces and dailly fa,ciUly issues.

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iINS,TIITUTI,ONAL STEWAR,DSIHIIIP CATEGORY

,Alcademic Program: Often corrsetlve work is needed to assure that educational programs can continue to be conducted at the same 'level of quality as has been the' case in the past,

Asslet :Plre.s'e;rv,a,tiion: These ,are projects which" when implemented, willi prevent or correct sit~'ations h~rein the 'facillily 9r system is ,det,eriorating and hence liS los'lng both Its educational and finaricial value.

,eo,s,t Containment: Gertainmainten_ance projects - parficularly in the area of enel'"QY conservation - offer Significant opportunity to' actuaUy save money since all too often a project deferr'ed results in the waste of fue,1 or other expensive resources.

U re n erfac :. Often maintenanoe which has been deferred results in an institutional appearance of "image, hloh aver Iy reflects on the ~ chool and iits goals. Projects ~hiich i:mprove the pUlbU,c interfaces o,f the instiiltulion need to be clearly identifi.ed.

Safety'lStatutory: Hi.ghest priority IS given to_ projects_w~ere correct.iv~ action is needed to assure the safety of the students faculty and staff. Similarly, certain projects must be undertaken to compliy wiith local, stat,e and 'federalll codes.

Stude~t Life,: Projects which are necessary to ensure that the environment in

h h tdlents live soc ahze and work IS both sale as well as I

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IDafe,l'JIed &, IPllann - dl lainlenance in~lud ,alii Prtoriity' 1,.2.; nd3al 'Obsel'VaUo,ns

C:a c lila II Renewal I'

I odernlzatl'on Includ' _ alii Priodty 3b & 4 ab eN81tions

IGr-ndfathel'od Inc Iud an ,'rlorib" IU IObervation '

• ARAJ\4AR1( *Grandf.a,thelred ;;; Does not meet current codes/standards 1"

HIGH'." .Due"" ION

Totals by Category Deferred Needs: $26,102,049

Capital Renewal & Modernization Needs: $4,708,151

Grandfathered Needs: $3,016,31

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30,000,000

20,000000

15,000,000

1)/000.000

5,000,000'

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Observation Summary by Building System

Cost by Iinstiitutio,nall Mission

Stud.", Lolf_ Qvallty. $1U92.18oC .331%

. CAL. 15547 J'32 , ft

Total Need; $35 82'6 5119'

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Obsel'Yabon SUlmmary by B'uillding Systeml IDeferrecdl Needs, Only

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HUUrfO. WAI!511 • ft, \.JM c: . ~ . !tAl.., ,,1,7t" . n

StuMM Ufo Gwray. 'to,12:l.Q74 • 3IVJ.

Total Deferred INeed: $28,102,0'49

Build,lng GSF To'.al $ Oefe,rred $ Oefel'1red/GSF Total/GSF
Strother Cafeteria, 1.2,160~1 $1',460,191 $1,369','923 $112.66, $1:.20.,08
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Tudor Han 32,280 $3,380.724 $3.089,284 $95.70 , $1;04.73
English Village 2,6,268 $3.242,573 $.,2t339,134 S89.05 $123..44
CO'Uingham I 67,448 $4.807.218 $4,348.,268 $64.47 $11.27
Norton Ubrary 34.776 $2.459.750 $.2.114.556 $60.81 $70.73
Church Hall 42.,000 $3,,1656,114 $.2.463.481 $58.65 $81.06,
Cavanaugh 48.,042 $2 .. '911.878 $2.590.174 $53,9'1 $60.6,1
1 Martin Performing Arts 3,1.389 $1.510.373 $1.413.354 $45.03 $48.12
I Guinn Audiltorium 5,1.,887 $2.758.23,2 $2.2911,16,54 $44.17 $53,.16
I Pass Buildingl 1,1641 $82.060 $711,02,0 $43.28 850.01
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Alumni 5.629 $358,515 $219,233 .$38.95 i $63.69 -- - --

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Building GSF Total $ Deferred S Deferred/GSF TotallGSF
Married Student Housing 15.889 $999',797 $574,442 I $36.15 $62.92
W,ea.thersby Fine Arts 31.274 $983,B06 $897 .• 098 I $28.169 $31.46
Alexand:ria Han 43.152 $.2,,968,.3.291 $1,2,05 .• 788 $.27.'94 $68.7'9
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Ba,seball 2,200. I 549,16'68 $47.149 $21.43 $22.58
H:O Westl\lValden 48,48.2 I 5818,021 5633,128 $13 .. 06 $16.87
Nursing Building 7,656 , $102.109 S,93,.341 $12.1.9 $13.34
Maintenance Building 17,1692 $249,141 $195,291 $11.04 514.08
Softball ",200 $11.146 I $9 .. 772 58.14 $9.29
Hixson Student Cant,er 47.,809 .$360,16311 1 $235.3>20 $4.92 $7.51
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1 College Oliv,e Apartmenlls 113.,500 5104,490 $49.004 $3.63 $7.74
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I Louisiana Athletic Club 64,449 $254,554 $180.751 $2.80 $3,.95
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Many buildings covered by fire alarm & fire protection systems

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ILo'uisliana ,AthletJ:c Club

'Englilsh Villiage

IHlh(son Student

Select buifdings covered by a fire protecnon systems

W,eathersby Fine ,Arts

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CoUege Drive'Apt

New Church Hall

Key buUdings covered by a newer fire' alarm system

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Tudor Han

Nu.rsing Building

CoHinghalm Hall

Impressive new Louisiana Athletic Club building

Main electric service feeds, most 'of tlhe

Newer electronic controls on most equlpment

Cenfralized chilled water system,

Evidence of reguliar malntenan

IExtens:ive use of high efficiency ,(T-8's) light!ing

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Executive Summary IM,aJo,rThemes ,_ Architectural

rchltectural IRoofing Issues

W,a'telr lntruslon Roof Access

Wat.erlnfiltratlon Issues

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Executiiv,e Summary

! MaJo,rTh,em,es· Architectural

Roofing Issues Exposure: Water lntrusien Examples:

Alumni Center

Mull.iple patches throughout the 'Years are failingl

Got1ingham Halll

Multiple patches throughout" many areas sliU have active leaks

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Executive Summary

M:aj',or Themes -Archltectural

Roofing Issues Exposure,: R,oD', Access Exampl! s:

All buildingls are Imis:sing reef access ..

Ptime examples are new buUdings such as CoHege Drive apartments where roof access was not included in the planninq of the bujilding.

College Drive Apartments

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Executive Summary

Major Them,es- Arch itectu ra III

Windowssues

Exposure,: ,Old and outdated windows, in need of replacement IExamples:

Windows are ,original to building and have deteriorating wooden sashes and sills.

Norton Lib~ary

Window penetrations are exposed to external elements and water infillratjon

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Life ,Safety' lssues

Mli:ss,'ing E:gres:s Li,ghtilng & E,xit S,iian,sge ' E I

Obsollete Fir,e AI,ar,ml Panels

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L 'Ife Safety - ssues

Exposure~ Lack of Egress ILighting & Exit Signs in some areas Examples:

Pass Academlc Resource Building

Lack of emergency egress lights and signs

Cottingham Hallll

Lack of emergency egress ,lights and si,gns

Mlarrj'ed Student Housing

Lack of emergency egr'ess lights and signs

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Life Sa,fet.y lssues

IEx!p:os,ure: ILa"ck of Fire Dete:ctlion Examples.:

Pass Academic Resouroe BuUding

IBuilding has no detectors

Atexandria Hall

Buildin.g has no detectors

Guinn Auditorium

Bunding has no detectors

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Lit:e Safety' Iissues

Exposure' . lre Pa els are ag d and In need of u:pgrade Examples.

Strother Cafeteria

Aged corroded fir,s' pane'l

Cavanaugh Hall of Science

Aged fire panet

Alexandria Hall

Aged fire panel

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Primary --Iectric Service

'Expo,sure' any aged primary electric service panels in need ,of replacement Exa,mples:

Strother catetena

Walden Gymnasium

Tudor Hall

Main distribution panel ag,ed and corroded

Main distribution panel ag;ed and corroded

Main distribution panel aged and corroded and without required access

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s,ec1olndary Ellleictriic

IExp,osure: 'Ollde:r secondary ,e'leetriie :s,e'rviic,es, within R'1tany butd,dingsi 'ExamIPI'I~es:

Tudor Halll

Norton Ltibrary

Sub-panel a,9,ed and willh no spares

Ag,ed fixtures and wiring

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VAC&

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Older HVAC Equlipment

Underqround ystelmS, Chilled _ ater

'V'AC I Chi led Water Contr'ols

City Wat:er

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Exposure: Older HVAC equiipm,enl Examples:

Cavanaugh Hall!

of Science

AHiU is old & in poor condinon, Dual duct system is old technology

Cottingham Hall

Old AHU in poor condition

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Strother Cafeteria

AHU in poor conditionl

HVAC.I C:lhiililed Walt,e'r Contlrols

EXIPOSllilr1e: Chilled 'water ,c,onlrio'ls oper,atiinlg limproperly EX3IDpl'es:

Alexandria Halll

Cihiilled: waleI' bridge not slJp,pli),ling proper chilled wa~er t,emperature 10 building

Cavanaugh Halll of SC'ienoe'

Chilled waleI' bridg;e not supplying proper chilled w,ater temperature 10 ltluiilding

Guinn Auditonium

Two pumps runnilngl, poor chilled temperatures. ,8lnd ineffic,ienl in,effectuall'controls

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EXle'cuUveSumm~,ary

Major Themes ... MI,ech,anic,al

Un,de,r'Qlr'OUInd System.s,

Exposu:re: Chined Water Iliines in need of inspec'lion Examples,:

Cottingham lHalll

Underground chiUed walter lines need to be inspected

Centlral Pilant

UndeJl'g:round line to cooling to,wer st,a:ftingl to, rust at suri:ac,e pen,etra:lion

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Underground Syste:ms Exposure: Ci:ty Water Examples.

Eng.lish Vilillag,e

Underground. ater lines

Main city water supply to HO West Conditio.n underground unknown

Married Student Housing

Underground waterlines have leaked & have been rerouted along outside of building

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Fa,ciUt.y Condltlon Index" ts 181 ratiio used to measure 'the relative conditlon of a singlie builldiing or porttollo of buUdi!ln'gls. It. is calculated by dividing the Current Replacemlent Value (CR,V) by 'the ,e,xiis't1ing Cost: of Deferred IMaint'8'nance

FACILITY ,CONDITI:ON

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INDEX

C,OST' OF D,E~ERREDI MAINTS:NAN'ICE

C,URR'cNT ,REPLACEMENT V~,lUE

NACUBO"s Fell is, an ett:eclive' mle,t.lri,c for r,anking the' condition of assets and usingl it for comparative analysis in a porttono,

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Suggested Condilion Ratios ranges based on NACUBO are as foUo,ws:

based' onl 2,0+' 'vear,s experience

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FCIRange

Condlltion Rating

Under .05

.os to .110

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'Over .10

Poor

Over .15

Over .30

Good

Fair

Poor

Critical

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LOUlI,SIIIANA COLLEGE F'ACII,LITY CIONDITION INIDIEX RATING"

Estilmat,ed CUflfient lRepl"acemlent Value (CRV) of Louisiana COlllleg:'e Buill!dings

Total lid enUfi edl Need

Deferred IMaintenance INeed (exc~udes Planned Maintenance, Moderniization & Prj,oriity 1110 '

$84.0 Milliion $35.81M1illllion

$28.1IMilll!ion

F'aciUty C'O'R'dition ,lndeK caiclula'tio,ftS are based: on De,felred ,Mainten,an,oe N,eed' 'O,nly*

COST OF' ,DEFICIENCIES $28, 1'O,2~,U49'

,FACILITV' CONDITION = IN'D,EX

CUR:R'ENT ,RePLACEMENT VJ!U.UE $84,014., 2510

= 0,.,33'

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• HICHU .UUC"TID'N 8f.!3 exc/u,ded from th'e cost of deferred mamrenanc,e.

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Building Nama DeferNd Current FCI
Maintenance $, Replacement Value
Louisiana CoUage Athletic C,lub $1180,751 $11,640,000 0.02
CoUege Drive Apartmen $49,004 $2(329,000 0.02
Hixson Student Center $235,430 $4,988.000 0.05
Softball $9,772 $184,000 0.05
HO WestJWald:en 56,33,128 55,306.,000 '0.12
Alox31ndria Hall $1.205,788 58.8'06,250 '0.14 -

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Maintenance Building Deferred Mainteoance Includes Central PI nt observations. Also the Current IReplacement Value

indudes the cooling lower CRV totals.

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The following CRV's were provided by the coillege but were not included in the, total Fel analysis:

Bu Idlng N'ame Defer1led Current Fel
Maintenance S Replacement Value
Football StadIum Not Surveyed _1,558,700 N/A.
Sidewalks Not Surveyed $'167,000 N'/A
Fence Not Survoyed $47,000 .."A.
Utility lines N'ot Survoy d $59.000 I KIA, I
Tennis 'Court I N'ot Surveyed S3J4,OOIJi I N'/A
Star,age, Bundlingl N'ot Surveyed $382',0001 N/A, ARAMARK 41

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The' 10 II II! OW hlll gl IG,r,8iph de',pi,cts Ann,u'al Fundln,g' of$10Dtho,II'sand per ,'ealr over ,8 10 ye'sr,Il',eriod and iits, effe,ct en the FCI,ofthe eampus,

0.50

$500,000

0.20

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'" deterioration rate of 3.,O'YoIyear and a platU def,erioration ret« of 2.0%/year.

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The 'followiing 'Gr,aph depicts ,Annual ,Funding of $500 Tho,usand per year over 8.10 year period and its effect on the FCI ofthecampus,

$1,500,000

:$1,.000,000

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The Jolllowing Grapl'h ds'picts A,nlnua',F'u,n'iC1in'g olf $1 Million Iperye,ar o,ver a 10 year pe,riod ,and its, eHeet on the Fei,D" thle campus,

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0.601

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. ~ '. All cetcutettons ere based ,o'n an jnflaUon ~ate of 3.0o/olyear, a OM ,bacJdog 4.:1

• deterior:ation rare of 3.0''UoIyea'r a'nd a p/~Hlr d,ererioration rate of 2.0~oIyear.

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The' 'foUowiinlQ 'G!ralph depi"cts Annual Fu'n',rlJng ,of $1'.5 M,IIj;o,n per ye'ar' o,ver a 10 yea'r ped'od and iiits, eHec,t on the Fe:1 of 'the IcalmIPU's.

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• ,deteriora',fion rate of 3.0o/olyear ami a plant deterioration rate of 2.0%ly,ear. ....

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$500,000

The,follllo,wlingi IGlraph deplets An'nua'l Fu,nd'iDg of $'2 Million per 'y,e',alr o,v'er a 10 ,e'a'rpe'TIocl and lts ,effie'ct on the Fe:11 oi'the camlplUs.

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.. dereri,orarion rate of J.Oo/oIyear and a planr deteriomtion rate of 2.09101year.

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$1.,000,,000

$5'00,000

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The 'fo'liowlin,gl'Graph depii,cts, An'nu',a,' f=;fJ'Rding 0"'3 M'ill;o'n' pier year ever a 10 ye'a'r pe,r:i'od and its effelct on the' Fle:1 o,f t.lhe c3Imlpus,o,

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9

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~ deterioration ('ate of 3.0o/olyear and a plant de,rerioration rate of 2.0YoIyear. I

HltOHIiA IIDIUCATIGPi

'C'omlp,aris,on of Assumed IF'undiing ILe'vells

$O.1IM (O.1'~/o O'f CIRV)' $Qi.SIM (0.6Wo of CRV) $11,.OM (1.,2'0/0 of CRV), $11,.5MI (1.,8% of CRV)' $2.0MI (2.4% of CRV),

0.70

0,,40

10.3.0

0.10

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• aetertoretion rate of 3.0'YJy,ear and a plan,r deterioration rate of 2.0'YJyear.

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A,ckn,owlle,d'gl,e our Startiln'Q Point:

• Alii institutions have deferred maintenance

• ,S,'carce resources focused on academlcs ,as it should Ibe

• Competing n,ee,ds of academic proqrarns and facilities

• Need to avoid disruptinq the institution's educational mission

I.' Exponential impact of delayinq deferred maintenance phase-out

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Operations Planning and Technical Inventory for the Management of Assets

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InsUluHon

Integrated system for facilities condlrlon p.haseout program

Combines essential facillfles

pi nnlng into one softwaro packago

• Maxim/us" cllWos (nformatlon to guide effecrlv9 decJsion-m king

• Genornt'es presen',f8t/on quality reports

• Declsion·maklng Quid

• User·frlendly Inler(. ce

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• tllQHI!IJl .OUCATIION

•• Av:ailable

BtJilding A

Bulfdlng is

Funds Available

Project Specific Strategy:

STRATEGY: Address Specific Campus Projects

R ESU L T: HHJhesl Prioflty ProJecls Addressed Campus Wide

High Priority Needs Per Buildinn--------,.

Building, C

Building F

Building D

BuildlngE

Building By Building Strategy:

STRATEGY: Toral BUlldmg Renovatlon- Address All Priorities RESULT: All t1f9l2.Priorily Needs Will NQt Be Addressed

.AU Prlorltles Addressed in Sel1ect Buildings

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Process St.eps

'1. Cre,at,e a, representative St,e'ering Committee

2. S,et phase-out goals in ,alignmentwl lnsfituton's misslons l 'goalls

3, .. Reviiew overalll themes o,f coillected data 4. Develop apportionment strateqy I targets

1. By Oon:sliituency

2. By Iinstitutional Stewalrdship

3. By Priority

4. By Type (Sa.fety" Code, En.'ergy Saviingsli Comfort, Sustslinabilllity .. etc)

5. By Ilmpact on Fell

5" Develop annual phase-out plan based on avaUablefunds 6 .. Communlcate approach and focus

7 .. Report on spendiing vs. s,tr,a.tegy Itarg,ets 8 .. Mana'ge the data and repeat

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I ~ HlltilHiiliAl liilDuICA:rtOIN

!P'h,a.se-o,'ut Stra'te'QIY

lnstitutlcnal !Mlli:ssi1o,nvs,,, Camp,us, C,o,nlstitu,e,'nc,i'es,

Campus

Student

Life' Adm'in

s Constituenc:ie,s

:50%

MedilUl1 PlI'io:ritv

Low PrIority

.2:5%

10'%

RE~1NVESTMENT STRATEG HOULD 'TO YOUR MlSSIO

'COAlS VIA INSTITUTIO 'S STRATEGIC PLAN",

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L'OIU! is, lana College

Facllitles Conldi'tions, Assessment Slpe,cial R,eIPo,rt

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I Cottinqharn HaU = Speclal Report : Roofinq Concerns

lP,hol,os below ~sh.oW' wa,l.e·r damage bc.dih at Ihel eomlee and at the llioof deoking whichl is evident at both recent roofing ,patches hlav,e occurred ,and where they have' yella occur.

IRoughly 115Wo ,ofth,e wooden root deckjng, llialft.ers,. sills ,and wai'll studs ar-e in need of either replacement ,O:1i major repalir .. A majority of affected! areas a,lie' within th.e oldest secUonSr ,of the attic alon91 the soumeast sec'li:on of thel building. Addlitiona'll repairs may be needed throughout adja,'cenl env,elope 'wallis

and ltihe,ir s'luds thslt can nol. be seen at thi.s llime.

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,Over.he years slate shingles have been replaced and specific arees have been Ir,e,paired but these repairs, are shari, telim and 'wil,hin 2 to 5 years will fail to keep' the fiool water tight. The' dormers in particula,r require a more lexte,nsive repair prog:ram tOI assure wai,er tightness.

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Contlinued deterioration is occumilng throughout shingled areaslhat iha,ve not. been addressed. wood dec~king in particular has, not reoeived ,extensive repairs thus not givin,g localized slat,s repairs, U1e backup requiredror proper fastening.

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Cottinqham HiaUI - Special Report Roofing Concerns

Som.e areas or Ihe cornlce and fascIal are in extremel,), poor condition wi,lh many areas, of complete wood d,ecay allowing wa.te~lIanimals, and debns into, Ilhe attic as well as huge energy losses from air linfiltration. Most o'f lhe damage looks to be from glUluer probl~ems, :including ():YerRow IJI'Db'lems and g;ene.rallack of yearly inspections and maintenance.

This condition encompasses rougl1ly20~25% of the ea,ves lhro'Ugh.out the' buildin.QI. Comers, and! in,'lers,edions Iloo'k to hav,e the most damage.

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Cottlnqharn Hall - Special Report Roofing 'Concerns

The pnoto on the left shows some additional areas of dama.ge al'o,ng Ilhe buildings corni,ce while th'e photo on the right indicates the' ractlhat the delerio:ration goes all th:e way into the aUicwilh day:lighl. :showing to the ,exterior.

Roughly 15 I~ocations wer,e idenlifie,d throughout the buildingl wh,ere dayl'ig'ht was visible from Wlilthinlhe attic areas. These areas aile open to the e'lemen,ts and oo,ntinue to aocelerat,e deterioraUon of the Iroof framing and building ,enve~l~ope,.,

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I Cottlnqham 'Hall - Specl a III Report

, 'Roofing Concerns

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Proposed Corrective Actio,ns:

locali~ed repairs, and patches have shorlerlife spans 'lhan 211 complete 'roofing system replacemenr. Total re,placement of lhe rooling mal.erial, all shingled areas, flashings, and terracona ridges need to be complelel~ replaced, Reoen'Uy com,plet,ed patches sholll'd C8irt'y 'th.e need fO.f this totall replaoem.ent for 5 years.

Howev,er, IlheJ'ieare s'liII sever,all aClill,e leaks a'nd a.reas that are ,open to the 'elements.

Lo,n,gl'Jierim C,orrective Actions

With advanced buildingl teohnologies" a new roofing produc'shouldl be used! rather than Jie;placing 'in kind. Itsholiidl be noted' !thal this cost is for a typIca'l roof membrane' rep'lacement and does not inc,I'udel ~he e,xtensive' r:epair work req:uiried ror this particu'lar case. An ,approximate shingle system replacement square footage of ,roughly 30,101010 SF

@ $4.,75 per SF. $,142,,:50'0

Immediate COIT,sctive A'ctio,ns

Cormer:s; Addi'tiona'i work must be done to' renovat,e, dormers '1.0 .r,epliC8,te a similar a rc:h il.ectu rail :realurie of 'the current liooting struclure. Dormer windows should be replaced witih ihea.vy duty louvered air vents and metal mesh, The walls and rloating matenal sunounding the sbucture of the dormers shou'ld be carefully re-constructed as pal1. of the roofingllrep:l!aoemen'l to ensure flashings and roofingl components properli,Y 'tie into the new roofingl syst'em. 26 dormers lhrougl'hout theenlirre roof @ r:Qug'hly $20()O per dormer.

$50,0:00

Active leaks: roofing repairs shoulo Ibe done immediately for roughly SOO sf @ $60 per SF. $30,000

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Cottinqham Hall - Special Report Roofing Concerns

Immediate Corrective Actio s Cont.

Structural R'epairs: Of the, wooden decking. rafters. sills, and studs, roughly 15% are in need of repair and a replacement. The majority of affected areas are within the oldest sections of the aUic, which is along the southeast section of the buildingl. These areas have extensive rat and continue to be' open to the elements aUow,ing waiter, animals and debris 'to infiltll"at,e tlile ,aUic. These openings a'iso will anow potenUal high winds to pressunze the' aUic space to generate loads on the exis~ing structure that the wood 'rram.ed roof was not desig,ned to, witl1stand.

The northern areas of the building have more' contemporary structural features such as steel beams, and areas of decking that have been reptaced in the past. 10-15 years. The southwest section of the attic area has evidence of accelerated deterioration with small localized areas of rotting, decking. but not 1.0 the same extent as was found in the southeast section.

Corrective actions required for the southeast. attic w,ill! include the re-ibuilding of bearing points for the roof rafters as we'll as, other sl,ructurali members including ceiling and walll fr:amil1g. A more selective corrective' actions will be required for U,e southwest amc. lDecking repairs. will be needed to stop accel'erated detertoratron and prevent further damage to surrounding features.

Repairs and replacements of roughly 3750 SF @ $10 per SF ..

$37,500

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Immediate Corrective Actions Cont.

plaint Cornice, and 1irim: All cornice and trim areas surroundlnq the eaves need to be scraped, sanded, and Ire-painted with one coat of primer and two coats of high quam)' oil based paint. 11,350 Lineal' 'feel of eemee and trims @ $10 per ill:

$13,500

Cornice Repair: Roughly 25% of these areas will need to' have wooden components replaced due to 'extensive rotor missing components,. In some cases these trim work components will need to be custom manufactured. 333 linear feet @ $30 per LF

$1,0,000

Gutt,ers: All gutters will need 'tOI be inspected, cleaned. and repaired. All asscciated drains willalsol need 10 be cleaned and repaired '10 ensure' proper drainage and prevent further overfllow and d,aterioraltion. 1350 linear feet @ $115 per LF

$20,250

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Roofing Concerns

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Structural St,udy

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Due' to the amount of de~e~i:oraIUon within Ilh;e eav,e sections of cornice, trims. and fascia and addUiional1 assumed deterioratiion ofltte s'tructul",al 'framing at the inter-section of exterior walls and Ute Iraft,er bearing points" it is hi:ghly recommended that an ind'ependent structurat engineering study be condueied of 'the mot' at CotUngham Hall. iFrom ttis study" measures should be' recommenced 10 correct and enhance, the structural integrity iQf the roof. Some of these recommendations should address the affects 'of potentfal hurricane, strength winds on the' l!loofingl structure as it

currentl:y exists ,.

$301,0001

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I Cottingham Hall - Special Report I Roofinq Concerns

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For the structurall inlegr,ity o"f'the buHding and 'the iiinterior air quality for the buiUdillgl cccupants, il. is crucial these roolting corrections, repairs, and renovations be seriously considered.

'Complete' Shinglle' IR,eplaceme,:nlt. D'orm,er Renov,alio,ns

11,42,5010' 5;'0,000 310~1000 ,3,7,,5010 113,,500 1101.1001,0 201125'0

Acti,ve Lleak Repalirs S,tlroclur,all R.epaiiirs,

P'aint existingl trimis and comiice C:ornice IRe;p'aks

G,utter Repalirs and ins,:pect.ions

Indiivlidluallyaddedl, thes'e come to $3013,,750 ~ however a soft ICOSt of 3'0% and a 15OJo cont,ingency~or unknown conditions bring:s a total need of $440,438,. The structural ~study fo:r30,,'OOIO is not iincluded iin the, above costs andsholuld be, handled s'epalrate,ly and 'be undelrtak,en prior to, the structUiral reiP'aiir work listed above.

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