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Title Cover Table of Content Existing Conditions Survey Summary of Task Facility Summary Mold Abatement Exterior Observations A. Exterior Cladding - Renovation Recommendation B. Windows - Renovation Recommendation C. Doors - Renovation Recommendation D. Site - Renovation Recommendation E. Roof - Renovation Recommendation Interior Observations A. Truck Bay Electrical A. Wall

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Structural A. General B. Foundations C. Slabs on Grade D. ExteriorWall Design E. Lateral Support F. RoofStructure G. Canopies Existing Building Design Information A. Code B. Roof Live Load C. Wind Speed Code Comparison A. Main Frame B. Components & Cladding Observations A. Foundations B. Slabs on Grade C. Exterior Walls at Office / Living Quarters 1. Renovation Recommendation Exterior Walls at Truck Bay D. 1. Renovation Recommendation E. Large Opening at Truck Bay

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1. Renovation Recommendation Living Quarter 1. RenovationRecommendation G. RoofatTruckBay 1. Renovation Recommendation Photo Observations 1. Signs of water entering building

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2. Truck bay membrane separation 3. Pooling water on east roof 4. Mold, efflorescence and rust around canopy doors 5. Exterior utilities penetrating cladding not properly sealed 6. Exterior window conditions 7. Truck bay entrance & exit conditions 8. Truck bay cracks in beams supporting Double "T's". 9. Cracks in exterior cladding

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A - Building Repair Cost Estimate B - Civil Cost Estimate C - Site Survey D - Proposed Site Layout
E - Interior Repairs Cost Estimate F - New Fire Station Cost Estimate

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Cify of Pensacola, Fire Station #3 - Existing Conditions Survey


September 2011

Bullock Tice Associates and their consultants have been tasked with surveying the existing facility conditions to determine the current state of each building component and its need for removal and repair/replacement with respect to the planned roof addition and exterior repairs due to structural upgrades required by code for the new roof. ln addition, we are to provide a recommendation of the systems that must be upgraded to meet the current building code standards and the specific standards of the City of Pensacola's Fire Department as well as construction needs that are probable due to found conditions during the renovation of Fire Station No. 6, a sister station to Fire Station No. 3, which was constructed at the same time, allowing similar construction techniques.
We will also provide a "cost estimate" which will constitute our opinion of probable construction costs associated with the recommended repairs and upgrades to fne station No. 3 based on our understanding of the project and our knowledge gained during the renovation efforts of Fire Station No. 6. This estimate cannot fully predict the costs of labor, equipment, materials, or the contractor's methods for estimating and does not imply a warranty that the contractor's bids, once solicited, will not vary from our estimate. We are aware of the City's desire to be as thorough as possible to portray an accurate representation of the current state of Fire Station No. 3. This report cannot and does not imply a guarantee or warranty that every deficient item has been identified and cannot be expected to eliminate the need for change orders once remediation begins. The Recommendations provided herein were based on visual observations, subjective review, and our knowledge of the recently renovated sister station No. 6.

Fire Station No. 3 is located on Summit Blvd. in the City of Pensacola just south of the Pensacola Regional Airport. This facility has been in operation for approximately 37 years and is in need of repair from its continual dally use (2417 facility) and damages that have occurred from natural disasters such as hurricanes, the most recent being Hurricane Ivan in 2004 and Dennis in 2005. The primary structure consists of cast in place concrete beams supported by reinforced 8" CMU and a brick veneer exterior cladding with perlite insulation within the wall cavity. The truck bay roof structure is comprised of concrete double "T's" while the other low roofs on each side of the truck bay are made up of a light weight insulating concrete over a metal deck and bar joist system. The roofs remain built up low slope roofs (these were renovated approximately 9-11
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years ago). The foundation system utilizes perimeter wall footings and column footings. The floor slabs consist of a 6" concrete slab in the truck bay and a4" slab on the adjacent wings. The overhead sectional garage doors are attached to steel columns.

During our visits we observed what appear to be water intrusion areas into the building. Several of the components could potentially have mold growing on them. According to a May 3,2011 report, a fungal growth assessment tests was conducted at Fire Station No. 3 and found that fungal growth was present. Once
the building's exterior is renovated and watertight, a specialized mold abatement company should be brought in for a complete and thorough cleaning of any mold that is not removed during the repairs to the facility under a separate maintenance

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During the deconstructive testing and demolition efforts of the exterior walls at Fire Station No. 6 a loose fill insulation was discovered inside the wall cavity. It is assumed that this same material is located within the walls of Fire Station No. 3. A professional and certified asbestos abatement company tested Fire Station No. 6 for asbestos and found that no asbestos was present within the exterior building shell components. It is most likely that Fire Station No. 3 will also not contain anv asbestos within the similar materials.

Exterior claddineThe primary exterior cladding on this facility is brick veneer with an 8" masonry backup block. Multiple locations around the perimeter wall cladding are showing signs of severe deterioration. The area of greatest concem are along the walls where the horizontal joint reinforcement has begun to rust due to water infiltration inside the wall system. The expansion of the rust on the reinforcement is pushing the mortar joints apart, thus further exposing this system to the elements. The remaining mortar at these locations can be removed from the wall by hand. Paint will not adhere to the interior of the cmu backup walls indicating that the wall system cannot dry out and that moisture is present. The insulation for this wall system is indicated as a loose fill type that was indicated to be "perlite". Due to the age of this material and when it was installed, it was not manufactured with a water repellant additive and is actively holding moisture inside the wall cavity and cmu block cells much like a sponge would. This was verified by deconstructive demolition on Fire Station No. 6 and is assumed to be similar on Fire Station No. 3. The perlite that came out of the walls on Fire Station No. 6 was moist to the touch. This is another significant concern with the current wall system which
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indicate a failure in this cladding due to high wind uplift pressures suffered through storm events. Once these cracks form, another source for water intrusion presents itself. A white chalky substance known as efflorescence (in brick construction) is visible on most faces of this station. These crystals of salt deposits are most likely due to the soluble salts found in the CMU backup and the mortar itself. The exposure to water (which is the vehicle or mechanism of efflorescence) over time has brought this condition to the surface of the brick veneer. Efllorescence is usually not a threat to the building but its presence is another indicator that there is water inside the wall system. There are also other factors that are contributing to the water inside of the masonry wall systems. Several open penetrations into the wall were observed where utilities are entering the building and were not sealed properly and the previous roof flashing may also have contributed to the water infiltration into the wall system over time.

Renovation Recommendation

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Remove the brick veneer, perlite loose fill insulation to allow the wall to dry out and then install 3" rigid insulation over CMU between galvanrzed, metal "2" furring charmels with #15 felt installed single fashion. Then apply a self funing lathe with a 2 coat 5/8" STO stucco finish with elastomeric finish coat and recessed quarry tile wainscot to match sister station No. 6.

this Renovation Recommendation calls for the removal of the existing brick veneer, perlite loose fill insulation. As evidenced in the photos affached to this report, there are multiple deficiencies and failures with the existing brick from the exposure to moisture and the expansion and contraction cycles from water intrusion which warrant their removal from this project. Reference should also be made to the structural section in this report which follows. This section includes information on the structural upgrade requirements to the exterior wall which require the removal of the existing exterior finish.
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WindowsThe casement windows are deteriorating due to age and exposure over the years to the weather. There are visible signs of significant rust along the jambs, head, and sill of these units. The rust is great enough to question the current overall integrity of the window system. The sealant is also showing signs of failure along the perimeter of the window which is another source for water infiltration into the wall system and interior of the facility. Each window is currently protected by a manual roll down shutter.

Renovation Recommendation : The existing roll down shutters will need to be removed due to the shutters attachment to the current exterior veneer which will also be removed. The
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existing four 2' x 4' operable casement windows shall be removed and replaced with new fixed glazing impact resistant units of the same size. The roll down shutter will not need to be replaced as the new windows units will be impact resistant. The glazing shall receive a low-e coating and impact glazing is required by current code.

DoorsThe exterior doors on this facility are currently in poor condition and do not meet current wind load requirements. The frames appear to have different stages of rust developing on them. Per our discussions with fire department personnel, we leamed that the doors and frames were replaced approximately 9 years ago. The truck bay doors appear to be in good shape; however, they are not rated to meet current wind load requirements.

Renovation Recommendation : The exterior hollow metal doors and frames should be replaced to meet current window load requirements. The overhead sectional doors at the truck bay should be replaced to meet current wind load requirements.
SiteThe driveways leading into and out of the truck bays are asphalt and abut the concrete aprons leading into the truck bays. The turning radius at the southwest corner of the site is inadequate for the fire trucks which are presently housed at the station and for a ladder truck which the Department would like to house at the station. Due to the age of the asphalt and the harsh turning movements required to get trucks into the bays, the asphalt is showing significant signs of deterioration and settlement. The asphalt is rutted and potholed and holding storm water runoff. The ruts and pavement failures are most noticeable in the rear of the site as a result of the geometry problems noted above, although some rutting was also noted in the front. The asphalt patch for the 24" water main crossing near Summit Boulevard has also settled. ln addition, the concrete aprons into the station are not flush with the truck bay floor. The lip that this creates causes wear and tear on the fire trucks as they enter and exit the truck bays.

As noted above, the Department would like to house a ladder truck at this site, however, due to the short turning radius that is not currently possible. Currently the entrance into driveway is also doubling as the exit to the driveway which results in twice as much wear on the asphalt in this location.

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The driveways leading to and from this facility should be removed and replaced with new asphalt, new base material and the existing subgrade should be reworked. The concrete aprons should be replaced and raised flush with the truck bay to create a smooth transition in and out of the facility to reduce wear and tear on the trucks. The turn radius into the facility needs to be increased to accommodate the turn radius requirements of the largest truck in the Department's fleet. This tum radius should meet the NFPA tum radius for a cul-de-sac. A site survey has been performed and a separate study performed on the access drive(s) to this station. This survey and the recommended access drive revisions have been included in this report for reference.

RoofThe modified bitumen roof is in poor condition. The observations revealed several existing membrane and flashing details that are contributing to water infiltration into the wall systems. The roof membrane has detached in areas from the underlayment creating a places for water to pool on the roof and entering the building. Multiple locations where a roof mounted weather instrument cable is running through pooled water were noted. The end terminations of the through wall counterflashing are not sealed properly, and the built up roof membrane is not installed properly at the through wall counterflashing. The roofing does not turn up the wall enough to be concealed and protected by the counterflashing thus allowing water to enter in behind the roofing. These types of roof membrane openings allow water to enter into the wall system and building interiors. The flat canopies at the exterior entrance doors also show signs ofsignificant deterioration. The southwest portion of the building that is adjacent to the dining area has a steel awning covered area that will have to be removed for the exterior upgrades to proceed forward.

Renovation Recommendation

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To install a retro fit metal hip roof and light gage framing system that is similar to the retro fit metal roof system that was installed at Fire Station No. 6 over the truck bay and two adjacent side bays. The retro fit roof should also extend out over and cover the entry doors where canopies were previously utilized, but removed during demolition efforts.

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To install a mono slope metal awning roof and framing system over the patio area that is similar to the existing metal roof system which meets current wind load requirements and includes appropriate flashing details.

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interior observations have been limited to the truck bay only due to the omission of interior work within the anticipated exterior repair and upgrades. Primary anticipated work efforts will be to increase structural integrity to meet current code.
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Truck BavThe CMU walls are painted and show signs of moisture in the wall system. The blistering paint should be scraped/removed from all interior CMU walls and repainted. The CMU walls have open penetrations from electrical and utility conduits that should be sealed properly. Cracks are visible in the east and west beams holding up Double "T's"

WallBefore work can begin on removing the exterior brick cladding, it will be necessary to relocate the ATS (Automatic Transfer Switch), main service & meter to a temporary pole to allow for the new exterior cladding to be installed. After the new exterior cladding is installed the ATS will need to be moved back to the exterior wall of the Fire Station. It was also observed that the service rated enclosed circuit breaker was improperly installed and a new service rated, enclosed circuit breaker will need to be installed ahead of the existing ATS.

GeneratorOur electrical engineer observed a 100 amp feeder line running from the generator to the ATS. This 100amp feeder line is rated significantly under capacity for the generator and breaker to which it is connected, and is a potential ftrehazard. It is recommendation that this line be removed and replaced with a 200 amp feeder line.
Roof The installation of the new retro roof at Fire Station No. 6 had exterior lighting installed in the soffit. It is recommended that lighting also be installed at Fire Station No. 3 along with new exterior lighting circuits. Renovation Reportfor the City of

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GeneralThe structure consists of a truck bay in the middle, approximately 33.5 feet wide by 55 feet long by 16 feet high, with office/ living quarters on the east side measuring, approximately 23 feet by 78 feet by 12 feet high and the kitchen/dinning on the west side measuring23 feetby 70 feet by 12 feet high. The truck bay has two 14 feet by 14 feet sectional overhead doors on opposite sides. The existing drawings for both Fire Station No. 6 and No. 3 are dated 1969.

FoundationsThe foundations consist of shallow spread footings under columns and continuous wall footings under exterior and interior bearing walls. Slabs on GradeSlabs on grade are 6 inch thick floating slabs reinforced with 6x6 616 W.W.F. at the truck bay and 4 inch thick floating slabs reinforced with 6x6 10i 10 W.W.F. at the office/ living quarters.

Exterior Wall DesignThe exterior wall design consists of 8 inch CMU bearing walls with brick veneer. The brick veneer is attached to the CMU with horizontal joint reinforcing. It is anticipated that the CMU wall will need to be reinforced at each comer with three filled cells containing (l)#5 reinforcing bar in each cell. However, like Fire Station No. 6, this may not be accurate based on actual built conditions. The remaining length of the wall does not contain vertical reinforcing. Extending along the entirety of the perimeter walls are 16 inch deep CMU bond beams, reinforced with (2)#5 reinforcing bars at its top and bottom; these beams are located at the top of the office/living quarters bearing walls. A 24 inch deep concrete beam reinforced with (3)#5 reinforcing bars at its top and bottom with #3 ties; these beams are located at the top of the truck bay walls. This beam is support by reinforced CMU piers with CMU infill.

Lateral Support The lateral support for the structure utilizes a combination of CMU bearing/shear walls at the exterior walls with a roof system diaphragm and concrete beams supported by reinforced cmu piers at the truck bay area with a roof system diaphragm.

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Roof StructureThe upper roof structure at the truck bay consists of a built up roof system over concrete double T's. The lower roof structure at the office/ living quarters consists of a built up roof system over light weight insulating concrete on a metal deck supported by steel barjoists. Canopies-

Two different canopy assemblies were observed. The first, located above all exterior man doors, consisted of plywood supported by 2x10 timbers attached to the exterior wall system with anchor bolts at three sides of the canopy. The second type, located at the southwest corner of the building, consisted of metal deck supported by light gage Cee purlins and posts.

Code: SBC 1967 (Assumed) Roof Live Load: Unknown Wind Speed: 110 (Assumed)

Main FrameAssuming tlpical design parameters for the zone and classification of the strucfure, the main wind force resisting system pressures for wall design are under designed when comparing the assumed design code and the current applicable code. The main wind force resisting system pressures for the roof design are under-designed when comparing the assumed design code to the current applicable code. Based on Fire Station No. 6 Building Structure Assessment, it is assumed that Fire Station No. 3 is also under designed for wind force loads. Fire Station No. 3 Structural framing will need to be reinforced to met current wind load design similar to Fire Station No. 6. The specific design of Fire Station No. 3 shall be verified to determine actual reinforce needed for that building. However, it is assumed that vertical reinforce will be required to be installed, as well as improved, structural connections to connect roof system framing with the walls and foundations below.
Components and CladdingThe brick veneer on Fire Station No. 3 is heavily damaged and assumed to be consistent with Fire Station No. 6 such that limited brick ties attach the veneer to Renovation Reportfor the City of Fire Station No. 3 Pensacola, Florida Sept. 2011 - FINAL DRAFT

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the structural CMU wall. The brick veneer on Fire Station No. 6 was removed in order to install new vertical reinforcing and exterior finishes; that achieve a gteater R- value and increased water tightress. It is anticipated that the existing exterior finish must be removed in order to install the structural upgrades. Therefore, it is recommended that a new exterior finish which matches Fire Station No. 6 be installed at Fire Station No. 3.

FoundationsThe foundations could not be observed visually. However, cracks were observed in the brick veneer at the corners of all the exterior man doors. A possible but unlikely cause of the cracks is the foundations between the truck bay and the offrce/ living quarters are not settling at the same rate. Close observations will be required during demolition efforts when this building component may be
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Slabs on GradeCracks were observed in the slabs of the truck bay. These cracks are expected due to the age of the structure and the lack of any control joints in the slab. It is anticipated that no slab work will be required during the exterior repairs and upgrade effort.

Exterior Walls at Office/ Living QuartersThe exterior walls are comprised of unreinforced masonry except at the corners and do not comply with the current building code. As previously mentioned, cracks were observed in the brick veneer at the corners of all the exterior man doors. Cracks were also observed at the outside corners of the structure. The likely cause of the cracks is due to the lack of control joints in the brick veneer. The brick veneer expands and contracts over time due to changes in temperature and moisture. The lack of control joints causes pressure to build up in the brick veneer until the brick cracks thus releasing the pressure. The horizontal joint reinforcing in the entire east facing wall and at one location in the west facing wall is deteriorating due to corrosion. A possible reason for the extent of deterioration in the east facing wall would be that the wall would receive the majority of the wind and rain in severe storms and hurricanes. This would cause a greater infiltration of water into the wall system. Renovation Reportfor the City of Pensacola's

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The deteriorating joint reinforcing in the east facing wall was observed below a window. The window joints in the exterior wall were deteriorating and are the likely cause of water infiltration at this location. The deteriorating joint reinforcing is expanding due to corrosion which is causing pressure at the mortar joints causing the face of the adjacent bricks to split offto relieve the pressure. The inside face of the exterior walls had signs of water infiltration and cracks. The cmu was reportedly painted several times, with the paint flaking off each time. The cracks at the inside face of the cmu wall were observed at openings, such as doors and windows.

Renovation Recommendation

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Like Fire Station No. 6 it is anticipated that supplemental wall reinforcement was added to strengthen the exterior walls of the office/ living quarters of the structure in order to bring them up to the current code. The following was the reinforcement method used at Fire Station No. 6:

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A vertical slot was cut in the face of the cmu block from the floor to the cmu bond beam. Reinforcement was added at intervals of (l)#5 reinforcing bar @24" O.C.. The reinforcement was drilled and epoxied at the bottom, into the foundation, and at the top, into the cmu bond beam. The cell was then grouted solid. This tied the joist system at the roof into the foundation.

Exterior Walls at Truck BayThe exterior walls of the truck bay consist of concrete beams supported by reinforced CMU piers with CMU infill. The concrete beam at the west side of the truck bay had a hairline crack at the mid point of the beam. This crack is most likely due to the age of the structure. The concrete beams at the north and south side of the truck bay are deteriorating at the exterior ends. A combination of insufficient cover of beam reinforcement and water infiltration is the probable cause of the cracks and spalling. These beams issues should be repaired in a similar fashion to Fire Station No. 6. The concrete beams at the east side of the structure had a signifrcant number of cracks. The cracks were at either side of the CMU support piers. These cracks were most likely due to excessive forces caused by major storm events and the age of the structure.

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Renovation Recommendation

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The deteriorating exterior areas ofthe concrete beam should be cleaned, thus removing the corrosion and loose debris, and patched with a high strength grout. The cracks in the beams should be patched with a high strength grout, as well, to help prevent further cracking.

Large Openings at Truck BayThe truck bay has a total of 4 large l4 feet by 14 feet openings. Each opening is framed vertically by structural steel members. The sectional overhead doors are supported from the concrete double T's.

Renovation Recommendation

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The sectional overhead doors should be replace with doors that match Fire Station No. 6 which are compliant with the current building code regarding wind loading pressure.

Roof at Office/ Living QuartersThe roof sffucture at the office/ living quarters consists of a built up roof system over light weight insulating concrete on metal deck supported by steel barjoists. The metal roof deck is not indicated on the existing drawings. Based on construction practices at the time, the deck is assumed to be 1 Yz nchdeep and be 26 gage metal. The roof deck attachment is unknown and is assumed to be attached suffrciently at the time of design. Therefore increased attachments are required based on pressure differences in current code.

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A retrofit light gage metal roof system similar to Fire Station No. 6 should be used to replace the deteriorated low slope roof. The light gage system should be attached to the existing joists, with the loads uniformly spread through out the existing roofjoists. The joist connection to the bond beam was strengthened at Fire Station No. 6 and a similar method needs to be done to strengthen the connection at Fire Station No. 3.

Roofat Truck BayThe existing structural drawings do not detail an attachment between the concrete double T's and the concrete beam. Additionally the roofing at the truck bay is in poor condition and at the north end, the roofs membrane has separated from the structure. It was determined, after speaking with some of the fire fighters at Fire Renovation Reportfor the City of Pensacola's Fire Station No. 3 Pensacola. Florida

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Station No. 3, that the membrane failure at north end of the truck bay was the cause of water infiltration at that location.

Renovation Recommendafi on:

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Install a retrofrt metal roof system similar to the truck bay at Fire Station No. 6 over the existing concrete double tee roof structure.

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interior of the building indicated by(lA) rust, peeling paint, (lB)wet CMU and efflorescence (white area).
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2A-B. Truck bay membrane separation indicated by waviness. (2C) Water penetrating membrane (indicated by moldy area) and brick bed joint repair due to rust pushing out brick mortar.

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5.Exterior utilities penetrating cladding not properly sealed.

64.. Exterior windows rusting, patched mortar joints around the windows has been pushed out, (68) rubber seal around glass has gaps indicating failure and no sealant around window frame.

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7A. (Typical Conditions) Entrance and Exit of truck bay has layers of asphalt that is cracking & breaking off and (7B) cracks in concrete apron.

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Interior Repairs OutlineThe following interior repair items are based on recommendations from the PSI report dated May 3,2011 and interior architectural repair considerations. Completing these repairs must be done in conjunction with the exterior building repairs in this report to prevent the remedied interior conditions from returning to their current state.

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1. Clean all existing HVAC ductwork above ceiling and replace insulation duct wrap at areas where moisture and or visible mold is detected. Ensure all HVAC ductwork is properly insulated. Also remove, clean and re-install all HVAC diffirsers and return air grills. 2. Remove all existing fiberglass batt lay-in insulation above lay-in ceiling tile. Rigid insulation shall be installed at the new slope retro-fit roof deck and will no longer be needed at this interior location. 3. Remove and replace all existing lay-in ceiling tile. Estimate includes removal of all existing lay-in ceiling tile and replacing with new tile which is recommended due to difficulty determining what tiles have detectable mold on

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Cost Estimate Summary:

The following cost estimate is for the pu{poses of comparing the probable costs of a new Fire Station building structure with those estimated building exterior envelope repair costs outlined in Appendix "A" and the estimated costs of interior repairs outlined in Appendix "E" of this report. The new building costs are based on a square footage cost estimate of a similar size building and similar materials to the existing Fire Station #3 and the probable costs of the interior fixed furnishings and equipment within the building that match existing. The costs included in the estimate are for building components only and do not include land costs, site work, and equipment listed below due to the unknown conditions until a suitable site has been chosen.

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