Building Information - Forest Hills Local SD (47340) - Turpin High (68502

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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 68502 - Turpin High-FINAL 2004-06-22 2004 Turpin High 2650 Bartels Rd Cincinnati 45244 513-232-7770 25 9-12 56 3 1173 1075 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: Next Page 45 NO Peggy Johnson High 0 0 1075 0

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GENERAL DESCRIPTION 195,833 Total Existing Square Footage 1976,1976,1999,1999,1999,2001 Building Dates 9-12 Grades 1,075 Current Enrollment 56 Teaching Stations 25 Site Acreage Turpin High School, which is not on the National Register of Historic Buildings, is a 1976 three story, 195,835 square foot school building located in a suburban residential setting. The existing facility does not use modular buildings. The structure of the original facility contains a concrete frame and non-load bearing masonry type exterior wall construction, with a combination of non-bearing masonry and partition wall with gypsum board type wall construction in the interior. The floor systems consist of concrete slab on grade for the base floors throughout and intermediate floors of precast concrete with concrete topping in the original, and steel joist with metal form deck and concrete topping on the additions. The roof structure is a combination of concrete planks with concrete topping or metal decking on steel joists. The roofing system is a combination of built-up, metal, asphalt roll and rubber roofing systems, installed in phases over the last 15 years. 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 a Gymnasium, a natatorium, and an area for wrestling. Student Dining occurs in a separate area that opens into the corridor to provide a commons. The electrical system for the facility is generally adequate. The facility is equipped with a non-compliant security system. The building has a non-compliant automatic fire alarm system. The auditorium addition is equipped with an automated fire suppression system. The remainder of the facility does not have 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 Mercer Elementary School adjacent to residential properties. The property is not fenced for security. Access onto the site is unrestricted. Site circulation is fair to poor. The space for school buses to load and unload is the access for the vehicular traffic. Parking for staff, visitors and community events is inadequate.

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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 68502 - Turpin High-FINAL 2004-06-22 2004 Turpin High 2650 Bartels Rd Cincinnati 45244 513-232-7770 25 9-12 56 3 1173 1075 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: Next Page 45 NO Peggy Johnson High 0 0 1075 0

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Name Natatorium Original Building Addition Auditorium Fixed Seating Addition Athletic Addition

Year Handicapped Access Floors Square Feet 1976 no 1976 no 1999 yes 1999 yes 2001 yes Previous Page Next Page 1 3 2 1 1 2 6,793 159,562 10,736 4,546 5,066 9,130

Auditorium Stage & Suppport Addition 1999 yes

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Building Component Information - Forest Hills Local SD (47340) - Turpin High (68502)

Addition Natatorium (1976) Original Building (1976) Addition (1999) Auditorium Fixed Seating Addition (1999) Athletic Addition (2001)

Auditorium Corridors

Agricultural Media Vocational Student Gymnasium Kitchen Natatorium Education Lab Center Space Dining 6793 15115 5405 1293 5311 3932

26909 3541 4546 1186 Previous Page Next Page

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Building Summary - Turpin High (68502)
District: Name: Forest Hills Local SD Turpin High Cincinnati,OH 45244 Bldg. IRN: 68502 Current Grades Proposed Grades Current Enrollment Projected Enrollment Addition Original Building Natatorium Addition Auditorium Fixed Seating Addition 9-12 N/A 1075 N/A Date HA 1976 no 1976 no 1999 yes 1999 yes Number of Floors 3 1 2 1 1 2 Acreage: Teaching Stations: Classrooms: County: Contact: Phone: Hamilton Peggy Johnson 513-232-7770 By: By: Tony Zircher Bill Mentges Area: Cincinnati (1)

Address: 2650 Bartels Rd

Date Prepared: 2004-06-22 Date Revised: 2005-05-17 25 CEFPI Appraisal Summary 56 45 Cover Sheet Section

Points Possible Points Earned Percentage Rating Category ‹ 100 200 100 200 200 200 ‹ 1000 ‹ 65 148 67 133 106 156 ‹ 675 ‹ 65% 74% 67% 67% 53% 78% ‹ 68% ‹ Borderline Satisfactory Borderline Borderline Borderline Satisfactory ‹ Borderline

Current Square 1.0 The School Site Feet 2.0 Structural and Mechanical Features 159,562 3.0 Plant Maintainability 6,793 4.0 Building Safety and Security 10,736 5.0 Educational Adequacy 4,546 6.0 Environment for Education Commentary 5,066 Total 9,130 195,833 C=Under Contract Renovation Cost Factor Cost to Renovate (Cost Factor applied)

Auditorium Stage & Suppport 1999 yes Addition Athletic Addition Total *HA *Rating 2001 yes

= Handicapped Access =1 Satisfactory =2 Needs Repair =3 Needs Replacement

100.44% $10,436,747.73

The Replacement Cost Per SF and the Renovate/Replace ratio are only provided when this summary is requested from a Master Plan.

*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 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 3 3 2 2 1 3 2 1 1 3 2 3 3 3 Dollar Assessment C $0.00 $0.00 $586,800.00 $471,600.00 $21,000.00 $2,200.00 $0.00 $137,900.00 $0.00 $2,952,152.10 $674,768.00 $242,833.90 $84,346.00 $0.00 $661,436.50 $124,200.60 $0.00 $0.00 $48,000.00 $117,722.00 $786,326.25 $381,534.00 $1,064,530.38 $2,033,677.48 $10,391,027.21 Previous Page

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Original Building (1976) Summary
District: Name: Forest Hills Local SD Turpin High Cincinnati,OH 45244 Bldg. IRN: 68502 Current Grades Proposed Grades Current Enrollment Projected Enrollment Addition Original Building Natatorium Addition Auditorium Fixed Seating Addition 9-12 N/A 1075 N/A Date HA 1976 no 1976 no 1999 yes 1999 yes Number of Floors 3 1 2 1 1 2 Acreage: Teaching Stations: Classrooms: County: Contact: Phone: Hamilton Peggy Johnson 513-232-7770 By: By: Tony Zircher Bill Mentges Area: Cincinnati (1)

Address: 2650 Bartels Rd

Date Prepared: 2004-06-22 Date Revised: 2005-05-17 25 CEFPI Appraisal Summary 56 45 Cover Sheet Section

Points Possible Points Earned Percentage Rating Category ‹ 100 200 100 200 200 200 ‹ 1000 ‹ 65 148 67 133 106 156 ‹ 675 ‹ 65% 74% 67% 67% 53% 78% ‹ 68% ‹ Borderline Satisfactory Borderline Borderline Borderline Satisfactory ‹ Borderline

Current Square 1.0 The School Site Feet 2.0 Structural and Mechanical Features 159,562 3.0 Plant Maintainability 6,793 4.0 Building Safety and Security 10,736 5.0 Educational Adequacy 4,546 6.0 Environment for Education Commentary 5,066 Total 9,130 195,833 C=Under Contract Renovation Cost Factor Cost to Renovate (Cost Factor applied)

Auditorium Stage & Suppport 1999 yes Addition Athletic Addition Total *HA *Rating 2001 yes

= Handicapped Access =1 Satisfactory =2 Needs Repair =3 Needs Replacement

100.44% $10,436,747.73

The Replacement Cost Per SF and the Renovate/Replace ratio are only provided when this summary is requested from a Master Plan.

*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 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 3 3 2 2 1 3 2 1 1 3 2 3 3 3 Dollar Assessment C $0.00 $0.00 $586,800.00 $471,600.00 $15,000.00 $2,200.00 $0.00 $134,300.00 $0.00 $2,935,439.60 $638,248.00 $215,408.70 $79,781.00 $0.00 $656,844.20 $111,543.44 $0.00 $0.00 $48,000.00 $117,265.00 $734,576.50 $319,124.00 $920,672.74 $1,943,508.69 $9,930,311.87

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Natatorium (1976) Summary
District: Name: Forest Hills Local SD Turpin High Cincinnati,OH 45244 Bldg. IRN: 68502 Current Grades Proposed Grades Current Enrollment Projected Enrollment Addition Original Building Natatorium Addition Auditorium Fixed Seating Addition 9-12 N/A 1075 N/A Date HA 1976 no 1976 no 1999 yes 1999 yes Number of Floors 3 1 2 1 1 2 Acreage: Teaching Stations: Classrooms: County: Contact: Phone: Hamilton Peggy Johnson 513-232-7770 By: By: Tony Zircher Bill Mentges Area: Cincinnati (1)

Address: 2650 Bartels Rd

Date Prepared: 2004-06-22 Date Revised: 2005-05-17 25 CEFPI Appraisal Summary 56 45 Cover Sheet Section

Points Possible Points Earned Percentage Rating Category ‹ 100 200 100 200 200 200 ‹ 1000 ‹ 65 148 67 133 106 156 ‹ 675 ‹ 65% 74% 67% 67% 53% 78% ‹ 68% ‹ Borderline Satisfactory Borderline Borderline Borderline Satisfactory ‹ Borderline

Current Square 1.0 The School Site Feet 2.0 Structural and Mechanical Features 159,562 3.0 Plant Maintainability 6,793 4.0 Building Safety and Security 10,736 5.0 Educational Adequacy 4,546 6.0 Environment for Education Commentary 5,066 Total 9,130 195,833 C=Under Contract Renovation Cost Factor Cost to Renovate (Cost Factor applied)

Auditorium Stage & Suppport 1999 yes Addition Athletic Addition Total *HA *Rating 2001 yes

= Handicapped Access =1 Satisfactory =2 Needs Repair =3 Needs Replacement

100.44% $10,436,747.73

The Replacement Cost Per SF and the Renovate/Replace ratio are only provided when this summary is requested from a Master Plan.

*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 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 3 3 2 2 1 3 2 1 1 3 2 3 3 3 Dollar Assessment C $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $679.30 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $22,077.25 $13,586.00 $0.00 $8,843.60 $45,186.15

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Addition (1999) Summary
District: Name: Forest Hills Local SD Turpin High Cincinnati,OH 45244 Bldg. IRN: 68502 Current Grades Proposed Grades Current Enrollment Projected Enrollment Addition Original Building Natatorium Addition Auditorium Fixed Seating Addition 9-12 N/A 1075 N/A Date HA 1976 no 1976 no 1999 yes 1999 yes Number of Floors 3 1 2 1 1 2 Acreage: Teaching Stations: Classrooms: County: Contact: Phone: Hamilton Peggy Johnson 513-232-7770 By: By: Tony Zircher Bill Mentges Area: Cincinnati (1)

Address: 2650 Bartels Rd

Date Prepared: 2004-06-22 Date Revised: 2005-05-17 25 CEFPI Appraisal Summary 56 45 Cover Sheet Section

Points Possible Points Earned Percentage Rating Category ‹ 100 200 100 200 200 200 ‹ 1000 ‹ 65 148 67 133 106 156 ‹ 675 ‹ 65% 74% 67% 67% 53% 78% ‹ 68% ‹ Borderline Satisfactory Borderline Borderline Borderline Satisfactory ‹ Borderline

Current Square 1.0 The School Site Feet 2.0 Structural and Mechanical Features 159,562 3.0 Plant Maintainability 6,793 4.0 Building Safety and Security 10,736 5.0 Educational Adequacy 4,546 6.0 Environment for Education Commentary 5,066 Total 9,130 195,833 C=Under Contract Renovation Cost Factor Cost to Renovate (Cost Factor applied)

Auditorium Stage & Suppport 1999 yes Addition Athletic Addition Total *HA *Rating 2001 yes

= Handicapped Access =1 Satisfactory =2 Needs Repair =3 Needs Replacement

100.44% $10,436,747.73

The Replacement Cost Per SF and the Renovate/Replace ratio are only provided when this summary is requested from a Master Plan.

*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 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 3 3 2 2 1 3 2 1 1 3 2 3 3 3 Dollar Assessment C $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $6,000.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $11,809.60 $0.00 $0.00 $3,000.00 $8,023.04 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $21,472.00 $61,946.72 $27,315.25 $139,566.61

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Auditorium Fixed Seating Addition (1999) Summary
District: Name: Forest Hills Local SD Turpin High Cincinnati,OH 45244 Bldg. IRN: 68502 Current Grades Proposed Grades Current Enrollment Projected Enrollment Addition Original Building Natatorium Addition Auditorium Fixed Seating Addition 9-12 N/A 1075 N/A Date HA 1976 no 1976 no 1999 yes 1999 yes Number of Floors 3 1 2 1 1 2 Acreage: Teaching Stations: Classrooms: County: Contact: Phone: Hamilton Peggy Johnson 513-232-7770 By: By: Tony Zircher Bill Mentges Area: Cincinnati (1)

Address: 2650 Bartels Rd

Date Prepared: 2004-06-22 Date Revised: 2005-05-17 25 CEFPI Appraisal Summary 56 45 Cover Sheet Section

Points Possible Points Earned Percentage Rating Category ‹ 100 200 100 200 200 200 ‹ 1000 ‹ 65 148 67 133 106 156 ‹ 675 ‹ 65% 74% 67% 67% 53% 78% ‹ 68% ‹ Borderline Satisfactory Borderline Borderline Borderline Satisfactory ‹ Borderline

Current Square 1.0 The School Site Feet 2.0 Structural and Mechanical Features 159,562 3.0 Plant Maintainability 6,793 4.0 Building Safety and Security 10,736 5.0 Educational Adequacy 4,546 6.0 Environment for Education Commentary 5,066 Total 9,130 195,833 C=Under Contract Renovation Cost Factor Cost to Renovate (Cost Factor applied)

Auditorium Stage & Suppport 1999 yes Addition Athletic Addition Total *HA *Rating 2001 yes

= Handicapped Access =1 Satisfactory =2 Needs Repair =3 Needs Replacement

100.44% $10,436,747.73

The Replacement Cost Per SF and the Renovate/Replace ratio are only provided when this summary is requested from a Master Plan.

*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 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 3 3 2 2 1 3 2 1 1 3 2 3 3 3 Dollar Assessment C $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $9,092.00 $0.00 $2,212.45 $11,304.45

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Auditorium Stage & Suppport Addition (1999) Summary
District: Name: Forest Hills Local SD Turpin High Cincinnati,OH 45244 Bldg. IRN: 68502 Current Grades Proposed Grades Current Enrollment Projected Enrollment Addition Original Building Natatorium Addition Auditorium Fixed Seating Addition 9-12 N/A 1075 N/A Date HA 1976 no 1976 no 1999 yes 1999 yes Number of Floors 3 1 2 1 1 2 Acreage: Teaching Stations: Classrooms: County: Contact: Phone: Hamilton Peggy Johnson 513-232-7770 By: By: Tony Zircher Bill Mentges Area: Cincinnati (1)

Address: 2650 Bartels Rd

Date Prepared: 2004-06-22 Date Revised: 2005-05-17 25 56 45 Section CEFPI Appraisal Summary

Points Possible ‹ 100 200 100 200 200 200 ‹ 1000

Points Earned ‹ 65 148 67 133 106 156 ‹ 675

Percentage ‹ 65% 74% 67% 67% 53% 78% ‹ 68%

Rating Category ‹ Borderline Satisfactory Borderline Borderline Borderline Satisfactory ‹ Borderline

Cover Sheet Current Square 1.0 The School Site Feet 159,562 2.0 Structural and Mechanical Features 6,793 3.0 Plant Maintainability 10,736 4.0 Building Safety and Security 4,546 5.0 Educational Adequacy 5,066 6.0 Environment for Education Commentary 9,130 Total 195,833 C=Under Contract

Auditorium Stage & Suppport 1999 yes Addition Athletic Addition Total *HA *Rating 2001 yes

= Handicapped Access =1 Satisfactory =2 Needs Repair =3 Needs Replacement Renovation Cost Factor Cost to Renovate (Cost Factor applied) 100.44% $10,436,747.73

*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 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 3 3 2 2 1 3 2 1 1 3 2 3 3 3 Dollar Assessment C $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $5,572.60 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $29,230.82 $8,469.06 $43,272.48

The Replacement Cost Per SF and the Renovate/Replace ratio are only provided when this summary is requested from a Master Plan.

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Athletic Addition (2001) Summary
District: Name: Forest Hills Local SD Turpin High Cincinnati,OH 45244 Bldg. IRN: 68502 Current Grades Proposed Grades Current Enrollment Projected Enrollment Addition Original Building Natatorium Addition Auditorium Fixed Seating Addition 9-12 N/A 1075 N/A Date HA 1976 no 1976 no 1999 yes 1999 yes Number of Floors 3 1 2 1 1 2 Acreage: Teaching Stations: Classrooms: County: Contact: Phone: Hamilton Peggy Johnson 513-232-7770 By: By: Tony Zircher Bill Mentges Area: Cincinnati (1)

Address: 2650 Bartels Rd

Date Prepared: 2004-06-22 Date Revised: 2005-05-17 25 CEFPI Appraisal Summary 56 45 Cover Sheet Section

Points Possible Points Earned Percentage Rating Category ‹ 100 200 100 200 200 200 ‹ 1000 ‹ 65 148 67 133 106 156 ‹ 675 ‹ 65% 74% 67% 67% 53% 78% ‹ 68% ‹ Borderline Satisfactory Borderline Borderline Borderline Satisfactory ‹ Borderline

Current Square 1.0 The School Site Feet 2.0 Structural and Mechanical Features 159,562 3.0 Plant Maintainability 6,793 4.0 Building Safety and Security 10,736 5.0 Educational Adequacy 4,546 6.0 Environment for Education Commentary 5,066 Total 9,130 195,833 C=Under Contract Renovation Cost Factor Cost to Renovate (Cost Factor applied)

Auditorium Stage & Suppport 1999 yes Addition Athletic Addition Total *HA *Rating 2001 yes

= Handicapped Access =1 Satisfactory =2 Needs Repair =3 Needs Replacement

100.44% $10,436,747.73

The Replacement Cost Per SF and the Renovate/Replace ratio are only provided when this summary is requested from a Master Plan.

*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 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 3 3 2 2 1 3 2 1 1 3 2 3 3 3 Dollar Assessment C $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $3,600.00 $0.00 $16,712.50 $36,520.00 $10,043.00 $4,565.00 $0.00 $913.00 $4,634.12 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $457.00 $29,672.50 $18,260.00 $52,680.10 $43,328.44 $221,385.66

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Facility Assessment

A. Heating System
Description:
The existing system for the original construction is an electric hot water system, installed in 1976, and is in fair condition. The 4 electric hot water boilers, manufactured by Peerless, were installed in 1976 and are in fair condition. Heating water is distributed to terminal units consisting of air handlers. The original building is divided into three separate wings. A wing, which contains the gymnasium, natatorium, and locker room areas is not equipped with air conditioning. Heating and ventilation is provided by air handling units that are original. B wing (center classroom section) and C wing (commons, music department and additional classrooms) are air conditioned. They are served by a 2 year old Marley cooling tower. B wing has two 4-5 year old roof mounted air handling units that serve the various floors of the classroom structure. B wing also has a separate condensing unit that serves the office area. C wing has one 3 year old roof mounted air handling unit, and one original deck mounted air handling unit that serves the student dining area. Original building equipment is generally in good to fair condition. The auditorium has two original roof mounted carrier condensing units, an original deck mounted chiller, and three original deck mounted air handling units. The auditorium addition equipment is in good condition. The athletic addition is equipped with an original pad mounted condensing unit, 1 original rooftop mounted air handling unit serving the locker rooms and a deck mounted air handling unit serving the weight room. Interior doors are not louvered to facilitate corridor utilization as return air plenums. The ventilation system appears to meet the Ohio Building Code 15 CFM per occupant fresh air requirement. The terminal equipment was installed during the various stages of construction and is in fair condition. The T.A.C. digital temperature control system is in fair condition. The system appears to 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, and long term life expectancy of the existing system is anticipated. The site does not contain underground fuel tanks. 1 Satisfactory Existing conditions require no renovation or replacement at the present time. See item C for enhancements to the air conditioning system.

Rating: Recommendations:
Item CostUnitWhole Building Sum: $0.00

Natatorium (1976) 6,793 ft² $0.00

Original Building (1976) 159,562 ft² $0.00

Addition (1999) 10,736 ft² $0.00

Auditorium Fixed Seating Addition (1999) 4,546 ft² $0.00

Auditorium Stage & Suppport Addition (1999) 5,066 ft² $0.00

Athletic Addition (2001) 9,130 ft² $0.00

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B. Roofing
Description:
The roof over the original construction is a combination of asphalt built-up with gravel ballast, EPDM, asphalt roll, and metal roofing systems that were installed in phases over the past 15 years and are in good condition. The auditorium is equipped with a metal roof over sloped areas and an EPDM roof over low slope areas. The auditorium roofing was installed in 1999 during the construction. The athletic addition is equipped with a ballasted EPDM roof that was installed during the construction. There are no District reports of current leaking. No signs of past leaking were observed during the physical assessment. Access to the auditorium roof was gained by access hatch with access ladder that are in good condition. The main roof was accessed through an exterior door located in a stair tower. There were minor observations of standing water on the roof. Metal flashings are in good condition. The gutters and downspouts are properly located, and in fair condition. Roof drains are adequate in number, properly located, and in fair condition. 1 Satisfactory Existing conditions require no renovation or replacement at the present time.

Rating: Recommendations:
Item CostUnitWhole Building Sum: $0.00

Natatorium (1976) 6,793 ft² $0.00

Original Building (1976) 159,562 ft² $0.00

Addition (1999) 10,736 ft² $0.00

Auditorium Fixed Seating Addition (1999) 4,546 ft² $0.00

Auditorium Stage & Suppport Addition (1999) 5,066 ft² $0.00

Athletic Addition (2001) 9,130 ft² $0.00

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C. Ventilation / Air Conditioning
Description:
The majority of the original construction is equipped with a central air conditioning system in fair condition. The original building is divided into three separate wings. A wing, which contains the gymnasium, natatorium, and locker room areas is not equipped with air conditioning. One 7-8 year old condensing unit serves the AD office. Ventilation is provided by air handling units that are original. B wing (center classroom section) and C wing ( commons, music department and additional classrooms) are air conditioned. They are served by a 2 year old Marley cooling tower. B wing has two 4-5 year old roof mounted air handling units that serve the various floors of the classroom structure. B wing also has a separate condensing unit that serves the office area. C wing has one 3 year old roof mounted air handling unit, and one original deck mounted air handling unit that serves the student dining area. Original building equipment is generally in good to fair condition. The auditorium has two original roof mounted carrier condensing units, an original deck mounted chiller, and three original deck mounted air handling units. The auditorium addition equipment is in good condition. The athletic addition is equipped with an original pad mounted condensing unit, 1 original rooftop mounted air handling unit serving the locker rooms and a deck mounted air handling unit serving the weight room. One window unit was identified in the dietician office. Interior doors are not louvered to facilitate corridor utilization as return air plenums. The ventilation system appears to meet the Ohio Building Code 15 CFM per occupant fresh air requirement. The original system will require enhancement to be compliant with Ohio School Design Manual requirements. A dust collection system is provided in this facility but the educational program no longer requires it. Exhaust systems for Restrooms, Kitchen, Gymnasium are adequate. 2 Needs Repair Provide an air conditioning system in A wing. Replace the office area condensing unit. Replace the student dining air handling unit.

Rating: Recommendations:
Item Cost Unit

Whole Building

Natatorium (1976) 6,793 ft²

Other: Air conditioning system Sum:

$12.00sq.ft. (Qty) $586,800.00 $0.00

Original Building Addition Auditorium Fixed (1976) (1999) Seating Addition 159,562 ft² 10,736 ft² (1999) 4,546 ft² 48,900 Required $586,800.00 $0.00 $0.00

Auditorium Stage & Suppport Addition (1999) 5,066 ft²

Athletic Addition (2001) 9,130 ft²

Sum

Comments

$586,800.00A Wing, Office and Student Dining $0.00 $0.00

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D. Electrical Systems
Description:
The facility is equipped with three separate electrical services. Each service is a 480 volt, 800 amp, 3 phase 4 wire service. Two services were installed in 1976 for the original building and are in fair condition. One service was installed in 1999 for the auditorium addition and is in good condition. The system in the athletic addition is an extension of the original construction. Power is provided to the school by multiple utility owned, pad-mounted transformers located around the perimeter of the building, and in good condition. The panel system, installed with each phase of construction, is in fair condition, and has limited capacity for expansion. The classrooms are not equipped with adequate electrical outlets. The typical classroom contains 3 general-purpose outlets. The quantity of dedicated outlets for technology does not meet the OSDM requirements. There are some restroom spaces that have no electrical outlets. Specialized spaces do not have the quantity of outlets recommended by the OSDM. 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 does not meet Ohio School Design Manual requirements in supporting the current needs of the school, and will require enhancement to meet the future needs of the facility. 2 Needs Repair Provide additional panels, circuits, and outlets to comply with OSDM recommendations.

Rating: Recommendations:
Item Cost

Unit

Whole Building

Natatorium (1976) 6,793 ft²

Panel Replacement: Additional Circuits: Additional Receptacles Sum:

$3,000.00unit $800.00per circuit $250.00each $471,600.00 $0.00

Original Building Addition Auditorium Fixed (1976) (1999) Seating Addition 159,562 ft² 10,736 ft² (1999) 4,546 ft² 6 Required 252 Required 1,008 Required $471,600.00 $0.00 $0.00

Auditorium Stage & Suppport Addition (1999) 5,066 ft²

Athletic Addition (2001) 9,130 ft²

Sum

Comments

$18,000.00(power or lighting sub-panel only) $201,600.00 $252,000.00 $0.00 $0.00

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Main Electrical Panel

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E. Plumbing and Fixtures
Description:
The service entrance is equipped with a reduced pressure backflow preventer in fair condition. A water treatment system is provided and is in fair condition. The domestic water supply piping in the overall facility is copper in good condition. The waste piping in the overall facility is cast iron in fair condition. The original building has 2-120 gallon, 10 year old electric water heaters and 2-500 gallon original holding tanks with original water heater in fair condition. The athletic addition has a holding tank with electric water heater in good condition. The auditorium has 3-15 gallon electric water heaters in good condition. The school contains 12 restrooms for boys, 13 restrooms for girls, and 14 individual restrooms for staff. Boys restrooms contain 11 ADA and 11 non-ADA wall mounted flush valve toilets, 4 ADA and 25 non-ADA wall mounted flush valve urinals, and 21 ADA and 5 non-ADA wall mounted lavatories. Girls restrooms contain 15 ADA and 22 non-ADA wall mounted flush valve toilets, as well as 17 ADA and 11 non-ADA wall mounted and 5 non-ADA countertop lavatories. Individual restrooms contain 2 ADA and 12 non-ADA wall mounted flush valve toilets, 1 ADA and 2 non-ADA wall mounted urinals, and 3 ADA and 11 non-ADA wall mounted lavatories. The facility is equipped with no ADA and 6 non-ADA drinking fountains, as well as 3 ADA and 14 non-ADA electric water coolers, in fair condition. The athletic locker rooms have shower fixtures in fair condition. ADA compliant showers are provided. The school meets the OBC requirements for quantity of fixtures. ADA requirements are not met for fixtures and drinking fountains (see Item O). Science Classrooms are equipped with gas connections and safety shower / eyewash in fair condition. Compressed air connections are not available for use in the science classrooms. Adequate exterior wall hydrants are provided. 2 Needs Repair See Item O for replacement of fixtures related to ADA requirements. Replace remainder of countertop set lavatories due to work recommended in tem O. Provide compressed air system in science classrooms. Cost Unit Whole Building Natatorium Original (1976) Building 6,793 ft² (1976) 159,562 ft² Addition Auditorium Fixed (1999) Seating Addition 10,736 ft² (1999) 4,546 ft² 4 Required Auditorium Stage & Suppport Addition (1999) 5,066 ft² Athletic Addition (2001) 9,130 ft² Sum Comments

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Sink:

$1,500.00unit 1 Required

HIGH BAY/INDUSTRIAL SPACE - $15,000.00per LAB TYPES 5,6,7 - Compressed system Air Connections Sum: $21,000.00 $0.00

$6,000.00(remove / replace) $15,000.00

$15,000.00

$6,000.00 $0.00

$0.00

$0.00

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F. Windows
Description:
The original facility is equipped with thermally broken aluminum frame windows with double pane insulated glazing type window system, which was installed in 1976, and is in fair condition. The entrance doors in the original facility are equipped with aluminum frame sidelights and transoms with single pane glazing, in fair condition. The auditorium addition is equipped with thermally broken aluminum frame windows with double pane insulated glazing type window system, which was installed in 1999, and is in good condition. The entrance doors in the auditorium addition are equipped with thermally broken aluminum frame sidelights and transoms with double pane insulated glazing, in good condition. The athletic addition is not equipped with windows or doors with sidelights. The school does contain an aluminum skylight in good condition. 2 Needs Repair Replace single pane transoms and sidelights in exterior doors of the original facility as a function of the door replacement.

Rating: Recommendations:
Item Cost

Unit

Whole Building

Natatorium (1976) 6,793 ft²

Curtain Wall/Storefront System: Sum:

$55.00sq.ft. (Qty) $2,200.00 $0.00

Original Addition Auditorium Fixed Auditorium Stage & Athletic Building (1976) (1999) Seating Addition (1999) Suppport Addition (1999) Addition 159,562 ft² 10,736 ft² 4,546 ft² 5,066 ft² (2001) 9,130 ft² 40 Required

Sum

Comments

$2,200.00

$2,200.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

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Original Building Window

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G. Structure: Foundation
Description: Rating: Recommendations:
Item CostUnitWhole Building Sum: $0.00 The overall facility is equipped with concrete foundation walls on concrete footings, which displayed no locations of major settlement, cracking, or leaking, and is in good condition. The District reports that there has been no past leaking. 1 Satisfactory Existing conditions require no renovation or replacement at the present time.

Natatorium (1976) 6,793 ft² $0.00

Original Building (1976) 159,562 ft² $0.00

Addition (1999) 10,736 ft² $0.00

Auditorium Fixed Seating Addition (1999) 4,546 ft² $0.00

Auditorium Stage & Suppport Addition (1999) 5,066 ft² $0.00

Athletic Addition (2001) 9,130 ft² $0.00

SumComments

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Auditorium Foundation Wall

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H. Structure: Walls and Chimneys
Description:
The original facility has a brick veneer on a nonbearing masonry wall system, which displayed locations of deterioration, and is in fair condition. The exterior masonry appears to lack control joints in typical locations. The exterior masonry has not been cleaned and sealed in recent years, and shows evidence of mortar deterioration at window sills and along the northeast side. Original building interior walls are non-bearing concrete masonry units at restrooms, stairs, kitchen, and locker rooms. The remainder of the interior walls (corridors, classrooms, offices) are metal stud with gypsum board and are in fair condition. Interior masonry is typically in short sections, which do not require control joints. The original building windows were equipped with deep brick windowsills that were experiencing water penetration. Aluminum break metal modifications were made at all windows where problems existed, and are in fair condition. The auditorium and athletic additions have a brick veneer on a masonry wall system, which displayed no locations of deterioration, and is in good condition. The exterior masonry appears to have appropriately spaced and adequately caulked control joints in good condition. The exterior masonry has not yet needed to be cleaned and resealed, showing no evidence of mortar deterioration. The auditorium and athletic additions have concrete masonry unit interior walls and are in good condition. Interior masonry appears to have adequately spaced and caulked control joints in good condition. The storefront window system extends to the concrete foundation and is in good condition. The exterior lintels are in fair condition. The school does have sufficient expansion joints, and they are in fair condition. 2 Needs Repair Provide tuckpointing in all areas of mortar deterioration as required. Provide masonry cleaning and sealing as required in the original facility. Provide aluminum break metal sill to match existing masonry sill retrofit as required in the original facility. Provide additional masonry control joints where required on the original facility and athletic addition. Unit Whole Building Natatorium (1976) 6,793 ft² Original Addition Auditorium Fixed Building (1976) (1999) Seating Addition 159,562 ft² 10,736 ft² (1999) 4,546 ft² 15,500 Required 46,600 Required 46,600 Required 100 Required Required Auditorium Stage & Suppport Addition (1999) 5,066 ft² Athletic Addition (2001) 9,130 ft² Sum Comments

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Cost

Tuckpointing:

Exterior Masonry Cleaning: Exterior Masonry Sealing: Install Control Joints Other: Aluminum $8,000.00allowance Sills Sum: $137,900.00 $0.00

$2.50sq.ft. (Qty) $1.00sq.ft. (Qty) $0.75sq.ft. (Qty) $60.00ln.ft.

$38,750.00(wall surface) $46,600.00(wall surface) $34,950.00(wall surface) 60 Required $9,600.00 $8,000.00Provide Aluminum sills to match

$134,300.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$3,600.00

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I. Structure: Floors and Roofs
Description:
The floor construction of the base floor of the overall facility is concrete slab on grade construction, and is in good condition. There is no crawl space. The floor construction of the intermediate floors of the original facility is precast concrete planks with concrete topping on a cast-in-place concrete column and beam frame, and is in good condition. The roof construction over a portion of the original facility is precast concrete planks with concrete topping on a cast-in-place concrete column and beam frame, and is in good condition. The remainder of the original building roof construction is metal deck on steel joist on a steel beam frame, in good condition. The athletic addition has metal form deck on steel joist for the second floor framing and metal deck on steel joists for the roof framing. The auditorium has a steel framing with metal deck type construction, and is in good condition. 1 Satisfactory Existing conditions require no renovation or replacement at the present time.

Rating: Recommendations:
Item CostUnitWhole Building Sum: $0.00

Natatorium (1976) 6,793 ft² $0.00

Original Building (1976) 159,562 ft² $0.00

Addition (1999) 10,736 ft² $0.00

Auditorium Fixed Seating Addition (1999) 4,546 ft² $0.00

Auditorium Stage & Suppport Addition (1999) 5,066 ft² $0.00

Athletic Addition (2001) 9,130 ft² $0.00

SumComments

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Steel Joist & Metal Deck

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J. General Finishes
Description:
The original facility has classrooms with carpet flooring, lay-in acoustic ceiling tile (ACT) type ceilings, and gypsum board interior wall finishes, and they are in fair condition. The original facility has corridors with carpet and terrazzo type flooring, ACT type ceilings, and concrete masonry unit (CMU) or gypsum board type wall finishes, and they are in fair condition. The original facility has restrooms with terrazzo flooring, gypsum board ceilings, and CMU type wall finishes, and they are in fair condition. The Gymnasium has a wood floor, exposed structure with tectum deck ceiling, and CMU wall finishes, and they are in fair condition. Lower gymnasium telescoping stands are in good condition. Upper stands are in fair condition. Student Dining, located in the original building, has terrazzo flooring, ACT type ceilings, and CMU type wall finishes, and they are in fair condition. Classroom casework in the original facility is not provided. Some specialty classrooms contain wood type construction casework with plastic laminate tops that is in fair condition. Classrooms are not provided adequate chalkboards, markerboards, and tackboards. Boards are in fair condition. The lockers are adequately provided, and in fair to poor condition. The original facility is equipped with asbestos core metal clad non-louvered interior doors in fair condition. The toilet partitions are CMU with wood doors, and are in fair condition. The existing kitchen is full service. The existing Kitchen equipment is in fair condition. The athletic addition has a weight room with a rubber floor, CMU walls and ACT ceiling in good condition. The auditorium addition has an auditorium with carpet or concrete flooring, CMU walls, and ACT ceiling, in good condition, and corridors with VCT or ceramic tile flooring, CMU walls, and ACT ceilings, in good condition. The Natatorium has concrete floors, acoustic CMU type walls and exposed concrete ceilings all in fair condition. 3 Needs Replacement In the original building, provide complete replacement of finishes and casework due to installation of systems outlined in Items A, C, D E K, M, N, T and U. Provide interior doors in the original building due to work described in item T. See item O for door replacement costs. Provide for the replacement of kitchen equipment due to age. Replace two toilet partitions that will be disturbed due to work described in item O. Replace the acoustical ceiling in the athletic addition due to work described in Item U. Unit Whole Building Natatorium Original Addition (1976) Building (1976) (1999) 159,562 ft² 6,793 ft² 10,736 ft² Auditorium Auditorium Athletic Fixed Seating Stage & Addition Addition (1999)Suppport (2001) 4,546 ft² Addition (1999) 9,130 ft² 5,066 ft² 4,775 Required Sum Comments

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Cost

Acoustic Ceiling: Complete Replacement of Finishes and Casework: Toilet Partitions: Toilet Accessory Replacement Total Kitchen Equipment Replacement:

$3.50sq.ft. (Qty) $15.60sq.ft.

Required

$16,712.50(partial finish - tear out and replace per area) $2,489,167.20(high school, with removal of existing)

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

2 Required Required 3,932 Required

$1,500.00(removing and replacing) $31,912.40(per building area) $412,860.00(square footage based upon only area of food preparation, serving, kitchen storage areas and walk-ins. Includes demolition and removal of existing kitchen equipment) $0.00 $0.00 $16,712.50

Sum:

$2,952,152.10$0.00

$2,935,439.60 $0.00

Typical Classroom

Natatorium

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K. Interior Lighting
Description:
The typical Classrooms in the overall facility are equipped with T-8 2x4 lay-in fluorescent fixtures with dual level switching. Classroom fixtures are in fair condition and provide illumination from 40-120FC, compared with the 50 FC recommended by the OSDM. The typical Corridors in the overall facility 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 35FC, thus complying with the 20 FC recommended by the OSDM. The Gymnasium, auditorium and natatorium spaces are equipped with pendant mercury vapor type lighting, in fair condition, and providing an average illumination of 20FC, which is less than the 60 FC recommended by the OSDM. The Media Center is equipped with 2x4 lay-in T-8 fluorescent fixture type lighting in fair condition, and providing an average illumination of 78FC, thus complying with the 50 FC recommended by the OSDM. The Student Dining spaces are equipped with 1x4 suspended T-8 fluorescent fixture type lighting in fair condition, and providing an average illumination of 45FC, which is less than the 50 FC recommended by the OSDM. The service areas in the overall facility are equipped with T-8 fluorescent fixture type lighting in fair condition. The typical Administrative spaces in the overall facility are equipped with 2x4 lay-in T-8 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 inadequate lighting levels. 3 Needs Replacement Provide complete replacement of lighting system in the original building and athletic addition due to lighting levels and installation of systems outlined in Items U and J. Natatorium (1976) 6,793 ft² Original Building Addition Auditorium Fixed (1976) (1999) Seating Addition 159,562 ft² 10,736 ft² (1999) 4,546 ft² Required $638,248.00 $0.00 $0.00 Auditorium Stage & Suppport Addition (1999) 5,066 ft² Athletic Addition Sum (2001) 9,130 ft² Required $0.00 $36,520.00 Comments

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Cost Unit Whole Building

Complete Building Lighting Replacement Sum:

$4.00sq.ft. $674,768.00 $0.00

$674,768.00

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L. Security Systems
Description:
The overall facility contains a DSC type security system in good condition. Motion detectors are adequately provided in offices, corridors, and spaces where 6 or more computers are located. Exterior doors are equipped with door contacts. An automatic visitor control system is not provided. CCTV cameras are provided at main entry areas, central gathering areas, and main corridors. CCTV is monitored in Administrative Area with the use of TV, VCR, and multiplexer. The security system is not adequately provided throughout, and the system is not fully compliant with Ohio School Design Manual guidelines. The exterior site lighting system is equipped with a combination of metal halide and mercury vapor light fixtures entry lights in fair condition. Pedestrian walkways are illuminated with mercury vapor fixtures in fair condition. Parking and bus pick-up / drop off areas are illuminated by pole mounted fixtures in fair condition. The exterior site lighting system provides adequate coverage. 2 Needs Repair Provide a partial security system upgrade that includes an automatic visitor control system to meet Ohio School Design Manual guidelines. Provide partial replacement of the exterior site lighting system to replace damaged fixtures and to meet Ohio School Design Manual guidelines. Natatorium (1976) 6,793 ft² Original Addition Building (1976) (1999) 159,562 ft² 10,736 ft² Required Required Required Auditorium Fixed Seating Addition (1999) 4,546 ft² Auditorium Stage & Suppport Addition (1999) 5,066 ft² Required Athletic Sum Addition (2001) 9,130 ft² Required Comments

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Cost Unit Whole Building

Partial Security System Upgrade: Other: Partial Exterior Lighting Upgrade Sum:

$1.10sq.ft. $0.25sq.ft.

$202,943.40(complete, area of building) $39,890.50Replace damaged fixtures and upgrade

$242,833.90 $0.00

$215,408.70

$11,809.60 $0.00

$5,572.60

$10,043.00

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CCTV Camera

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M. Emergency/Egress Lighting
Description:
The overall facility is equipped with an emergency egress lighting system consisting of illuminated exit signs and emergency floodlighting. The system is in fair 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. Recessed fluorescent lighting is available on separate circuits for night lighting. 2 Needs Repair Rework existing system to allow for work to stair towers and due to replacement of ceilings in item J.

Rating: Recommendations:
Item

Cost Unit Whole Building

Natatorium (1976) 6,793 ft²

Other: Partial Emergency/Egress Lighting Upgrade Sum:

$0.50sq.ft.

Original Addition Auditorium Fixed Building (1976) (1999) Seating Addition 159,562 ft² 10,736 ft² (1999) 4,546 ft² Required

Auditorium Stage & Suppport Addition (1999) 5,066 ft²

Athletic Addition (2001) 9,130 ft² Required

Sum

Comments

$84,346.00Replace disturbed devices.

$84,346.00 $0.00

$79,781.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$4,565.00

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N. Fire Alarm
Description:
The overall facility is equipped with a fire alarm system in good 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 does not have additional zone capabilities. The system is compliant with Ohio Building Code, NFPA, and Ohio School Design Manual requirements. 1 Satisfactory Existing conditions require no renovation or replacement at the present time.

Rating: Recommendations:
Item CostUnitWhole Building Sum: $0.00

Natatorium (1976) 6,793 ft² $0.00

Original Building (1976) 159,562 ft² $0.00

Addition (1999) 10,736 ft² $0.00

Auditorium Fixed Seating Addition (1999) 4,546 ft² $0.00

Auditorium Stage & Suppport Addition (1999) 5,066 ft² $0.00

Athletic Addition (2001) 9,130 ft² $0.00

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O. Handicapped Access
Description:
The main 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. Entrance doors are equipped with ADA hardware, but some secondary exterior doors are not. The main entry is not equipped with an ADA power assist door. This multistory building has a series of compliant elevators that access every floor. A corridor ramp on the lower level does not have ADA required handrails. Access to the stage is facilitated by a ramp. Some original building interior doors are recessed without adequate clearances. Original building doors are not provided with ADA-compliant hardware. Interior doors of the additions have appropriate size, clearances and hardware. 39 ADA-compliant toilets are required and 25 are currently provided. 39 ADA-compliant lavatories are required and 23 are currently provided. 15 ADA-compliant urinals are required and 2 are currently provided. 12 ADA-compliant electric water coolers are required, and 3 are currently provided. Toilet partitions are CMU or metal type construction. Some toilet partitions do not provide appropriate ADA clearances. ADA-compliant accessories are not adequately provided in the original building. ADA signage is not provided in the original building or the athletic addition. 3 Needs Replacement Provide ADA-compliant signage, power assist door opener, electric water coolers, toilets, sinks, urinals, toilet partitions, toilet accessories, handrails, doors and frames in the overall facility to facilitate the school meeting ADA requirements. Note the asbestos core interior doors that were described in item T are replaced in this section. Parking issues are corrected in Item P. Toilet accessories are replaced in item J. Unit Whole Building Natatorium Original (1976) Building 6,793 ft² (1976) 159,562 ft² Required Required 9 Required 43 Required 1 Required 1 Required 250 Required 2 Required 44 Required Addition Auditorium (1999) Fixed Seating 10,736 ft² Addition (1999) 4,546 ft² Auditorium Athletic Sum Comments Stage & Addition Suppport (2001) Addition (1999) 9,130 ft² 5,066 ft² Required $17,548.50(per building area) $27,000.00(new double ADA) $64,500.00(replacement ADA) $1,000.00(ADA - grab bars, accessories included) $7,500.00(openers, electrical, patching, etc) $378,000.00(standard 3070 wood door, HM frame-classroom door/light, includes hardware) $165,000.00(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) $888.00(clear anodized alum.) $0.00 $913.00

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Cost

Signage: $0.10sq.ft. Electric Water $3,000.00unit Coolers: Toilet/Urinals/Sinks: $1,500.00unit Toilet Partitions: $1,000.00stall ADA Assist Door & $7,500.00unit Frame: Replace Doors: $1,500.00leaf

Replace Doors:

$3,750.00leaf

Other: Ramp Handrails Sum:

$37.00ln.ft. $661,436.50 $679.30

24 Required $656,844.20 $3,000.00 $0.00

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Door Lacks Clearance and Hardware

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P. Site Condition
Description:
The 25 acre sloped site is located in a suburban residential setting with generous tree, shrub, and floral type landscaping. There are problems with erosion near the athletic addition. No ponding problems were identified. The site is accessed by a moderately traveled city street. The site is accessed by buses and cars by a single entrance. Cars park in a centralized parking lot with the buses looping around the parking lot to drop off at Mercer Elementary and at Turpin High. Cars that are parked in the centralized lot are blocked in during bus loading times. There is a separate entrance that accesses a separate vehicular parking area. Additional parking occurs in a series of lots that are somewhat remote from the School. Staff, visitor, and student parking is facilitated by multiple asphalt parking lots in varying conditions. The parking lots provide a total of 419 spaces, which does not provide 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 fair condition are appropriately placed. Concrete sidewalks are properly sloped, are located to provide a logical flow of pedestrian traffic, and are in fair condition. Fencing is provided around athletic fields only. No security fencing is provided. The athletic facilities are comprised of football stadium with all weather track, tennis courts, baseball fields, and practice fields, and are in good condition. 2 Needs Repair Replace asphalt on entry drive. Provide asphalt parking in existing gravel lot near baseball fields. Provide asphalt access drive around athletic addition to cooling tower (also eliminates erosion condition). Provide new wearing course on asphalt lots as required. Replace damaged concrete walks. Provide additional parking spaces to meet OSDM standards. Unit Whole Building Natatorium Original (1976) Building 6,793 ft² (1976) 159,562 ft² 12,745 Required 67,749 Required 419 Required 1,075 Required 1,211 Required Required 120 Required Addition Auditorium Fixed Auditorium Stage (1999) Seating Addition & Suppport 10,736 ft² (1999) Addition (1999) 4,546 ft² 5,066 ft² 1,262 Required 6,709 Required Athletic Addition (2001) 9,130 ft² 729 Required 3,877 Required Sum Comments

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Cost

Asphalt Paving: Asphalt Paving / New Wearing Course: Existing Parking Spaces Additional Parking Spaces Required for High Concrete Sidewalk: Other: P Discrepancies From Old Parking Spaces System Sum:

$3.00sq.ft. (Qty) $0.56sq.ft. (Qty) -$925.00per unit $388.50per student $4.00sq.ft. (Qty) $462.50lump sum

$44,208.00(including drainage / tear out) $43,867.60(includes minor crack repair in less than 5% of paved area) -$387,575.00(subtract per existing parking space) $417,637.50($925 per parking space; 0.42 spaces per high school student) 69 Required $5,600.00(5 in exterior slab) $462.50P Discrepancies From Old Parking Spaces System

$124,200.60 $0.00

$111,543.44

$8,023.04 $0.00

$0.00

$4,634.12

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Q. Sewage System
Description: Rating: Recommendations:
Item CostUnitWhole Building Sum: $0.00 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.

Natatorium (1976) 6,793 ft² $0.00

Original Building (1976) 159,562 ft² $0.00

Addition (1999) 10,736 ft² $0.00

Auditorium Fixed Seating Addition (1999) 4,546 ft² $0.00

Auditorium Stage & Suppport Addition (1999) 5,066 ft² $0.00

Athletic Addition (2001) 9,130 ft² $0.00

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R. Water Supply
Description:
The domestic water supply system is tied in to the municipal system, features 4 inch service, and is in good condition. The auditorium is equipped with an automated fire suppression system, for which the existing water supply provides adequate support. The remainder of 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 provides adequate pressure and capacity for the future needs of the school. 1 Satisfactory Existing conditions require no renovation or replacement at the present time.

Rating: Recommendations:
Item CostUnitWhole Building Sum: $0.00

Natatorium (1976) 6,793 ft² $0.00

Original Building (1976) 159,562 ft² $0.00

Addition (1999) 10,736 ft² $0.00

Auditorium Fixed Seating Addition (1999) 4,546 ft² $0.00

Auditorium Stage & Suppport Addition (1999) 5,066 ft² $0.00

Athletic Addition (2001) 9,130 ft² $0.00

SumComments

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S. Exterior Doors
Description:
Entrance doors in the original facility are aluminum type construction, mounted on aluminum frames, and in fair condition. Entrance doors feature single pane vision panels. Typical exterior doors in the original facility are hollow metal type construction, mounted on hollow metal frames, and in fair to poor condition. Typical exterior doors are not equipped with vision panels. Exterior doors in the athletic addition are hollow metal type construction, mounted on hollow metal frames, and in good condition. Entrance doors in the auditorium addition are aluminum type construction, mounted on aluminum frames, and in good condition. Entrance doors feature thermally broken tempered glass vision panels. Typical exterior doors in the auditorium addition are hollow metal type construction, mounted on hollow metal frames, and in good condition. Typical exterior doors are not equipped with vision panels. There is an aluminum overhead door in the auditorium addition that is in good condition. 3 Needs Replacement Replace the single pane entrance doors in the original building. See item F for transom and sidelight replacement. Replace the original building exterior doors that are in poor condition. Unit Whole Building Natatorium (1976) 6,793 ft² Original Addition Auditorium Fixed Building (1976) (1999) Seating Addition 159,562 ft² 10,736 ft² (1999) 4,546 ft² 24 Required $48,000.00 $0.00 $0.00 Auditorium Stage & Suppport Addition (1999) 5,066 ft² Athletic Addition (2001) 9,130 ft² Sum Comments

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Cost

Door Leaf/Frame and Hardware: Sum:

$2,000.00per leaf $48,000.00 $0.00

$48,000.00(includes removal of existing) $0.00 $0.00

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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 and mastic and Fire doors containing hazardous materials are located in the original 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 original 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 Whole Building Natatorium Original Addition Auditorium Fixed (1976) Building (1976)(1999) Seating Addition 159,562 ft² 6,793 ft² 10,736 ft² (1999) 4,546 ft² EHA Form 28,695 Required 5,000 Required 5,000 Required 143,606 Required 14,000 Required Auditorium Stage & Suppport Addition (1999) 5,066 ft² Athletic Sum Comments Addition (2001) 9,130 ft² EHA Form ‹ 0 Required $86,085.00 0 Required $5,000.00

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Environmental Hazards Form Resilient Flooring Removal - Incl. $3.00sq.ft. Mastic (Qty) Estimated Cost For Abatement $1.00per Contractor to Perform Lead unit Mock-Ups Special Engineering Fees $1.00per unit Fluorescent Lamps & Ballasts $0.05sq.ft. Recycling/Incineration (Qty) Other: EHA ACM Other $1.00per unit Other: T Discrepancies from Old $0.50lump EHA System (Renovation only) sum Other: T Discrepancies from Old -$0.30lump EHA System (Renovation only) sum Sum:

0 Required 9,130 Required

$5,000.00 $7,636.80 $14,000.00Fire Doors

Required

Required

$0.50T Discrepancies From Old EHA System -$0.30T Discrepancies From Old EHA System

$117,722.00 $0.00

$117,265.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$457.00

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U. Life Safety
Description:
The original facility and the athletic addition are not equipped with an automated fire suppression system. The auditorium is equipped with a code compliant fire suppression system. Exit corridors are situated such that dead-end corridors are present in the Level C music area. There are classrooms that must exit through another room, which is a building code violation. Stair towers are not protected by a two-hour fire enclosure. Guardrails do not meet the 4? ball test as required by the Ohio Building Code. The kitchen hood is equipped with a fire suppression system. There are 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 not all equipped with adequate egress. 3 Needs Replacement Provide automated fire suppression system in the original facility and the athletic addition to meet Ohio School Design Manual guidelines. The funding for the fire suppression system includes the cost to increase the water service piping. Provide new handrails and guardrails to meet the requirements of the Ohio Building Code. Provide fire-rated enclosure around existing stair towers. Reprogram existing closet or office area to corridor and provide a new exterior exit door and exterior stair tower in the upper level music area to eliminate the existing dead-end corridor condition. Move location of the second egress door in band room C309 to eliminate the existing dead-end corridor condition. Rework walls and provide appropriate doors in the lower level Art rooms and computer room to eliminate existing code violations for egress through adjoining rooms. Provide second means of egress doors to the outside in rooms C106 and C104 to meet Ohio Building Code egress requirements for rooms with a capacity of greater than 50 people. Unit Whole Building Natatorium Original (1976) Building 6,793 ft² (1976) 159,562 ft² 6,793 Required 159,562 Required 13 Required Addition (1999) 10,736 ft² Auditorium Fixed Seating Addition (1999) 4,546 ft² Auditorium Stage & Suppport Addition (1999) 5,066 ft² Athletic Addition (2001) 9,130 ft² 9,130 Required Sum Comments

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Cost

Sprinkler / Fire Suppression System:

$3.25sq.ft. (Qty)

Interior Stairwell Closure: $5,000.00per level

New Exterior Stair Enclosure Other: Handrails/Guardrails Other: Dead End Corridor Other: Provide Independent Egress to Corridor Sum:

$42,500.00per level $40,000.00allowance

2 Required Required

$570,326.25(includes increase of service piping, if required) $65,000.00(includes associated doors, door frames and hardware) $85,000.00(all inclusive) $40,000.00Replace non-compliant systems $10,000.00Correct as required $16,000.00(rework walls to provide corridor and egressway to room)

$10,000.00allowance $16,000.00allowance

Required Required

$786,326.25 $22,077.25 $734,576.50 $0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$29,672.50

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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, computer workstation (varies), bookcases (varies), 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 7 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 Building $2.00sq.ft.

CEFPI Rating 7 Sum:

Natatorium (1976) 6,793 ft² Required

Original Building (1976) 159,562 ft² Required $319,124.00

Addition (1999) 10,736 ft² Required

Auditorium Fixed Seating Auditorium Stage & Addition (1999) Suppport Addition (1999) 4,546 ft² 5,066 ft² Required $0.00

Athletic Addition Sum Comments (2001) 9,130 ft² Required $381,534.00 $18,260.00

$381,534.00 $13,586.00

$21,472.00 $9,092.00

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W. Technology
Description:
The typical classroom is not equipped with the Ohio School Design Manual 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. A 2-way PA system that can be initiated by either party does exist. The facility does not contain an instructional delivery center, but computer labs are provided for student use. 3 Needs Replacement Provide complete replacement of technology systems to meet Ohio School Design Manual requirements.

Rating: Recommendations:
Item

Cost Unit Whole Building $5.77sq.ft.

Natatorium (1976) 6,793 ft²

Non-OSDM Compliant: Sum:

Original Building (1976) 159,562 ft² Required $920,672.74

Addition (1999) 10,736 ft² Required

Auditorium Fixed Auditorium Stage & Seating Addition (1999) Suppport Addition (1999) 4,546 ft² 5,066 ft² Required $29,230.82

Athletic Addition Sum Comments (2001) 9,130 ft² Required $1,064,530.38 $52,680.10

$1,064,530.38 $0.00

$61,946.72 $0.00

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X. Construction Contingency / Non-Construction Cost
Renovation Costs (A-W) 7.00% Subtotal 16.20% Non-Construction Costs Construction Contingency $8,357,349.73 $585,014.48 $8,942,364.21 $1,448,663.00 $10,391,027.21

Total Project

Construction Contingency Non-Construction Costs Total for X.

$585,014.48 $1,448,663.00 $2,033,677.48

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% $2,682.71 $17,884.73 $13,413.55 $26,827.09 $4,471.18 $17,884.73 $670,677.32 $536,541.85 $158,279.85 $1,448,663.00

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School Facility Appraisal

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

Bill Mentges Turpin High 2650 Bartels Rd Cincinnati, OH 45244 513-232-7770 Forest Hills Local SD

Date of Appraisal

2004-06-22

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

Suburban 25 9-12 56 1075 1976,1976,1999,1999,1999,2001 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 195,833 1,173 3

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, which is shared with Mercer Elementary School, is less than the 46 acres the OSDM recommends based on the current enrollment.

1.2

Site is easily accessible and conveniently located for the present and future population The site is located on the north end of the community it serves.

20

18

1.3

Location is removed from undesirable business, industry, traffic, and natural hazards The site is adjacent to residential surroundings.

10

8

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

7

The site is equipped with a football stadium, track, baseball fields, soccer, and tennis courts which are in fair to good condition. The parking is inadequate.

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 rear of the site near the fitness addition.

5

3

1.8

Site is suitable for special instructional needs, e.g., outdoor learning Site is large enough for outdoor learning, but none exists.

5

2

1.9

Pedestrian services include adequate sidewalk with designated crosswalks, curb cuts, and correct slopes

5

3

Sidewalks, crosswalks and curb cuts exist. Some damaged sidewalks require repair. Pedestrian access is limited due to steep slopes.

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

The amount of parking does not meet OSDM standards and the condition requires work.

TOTAL - The School Site Back to Assessment Summary

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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 ADA requirements are met with regards to entry and vertical circulation, but many other areas require renovation.

15

10

2.2

Roofs appear sound, have positive drainage, and are weather tight Sloped roofing provides adequate drainage. Evidence of ponding was noted. The District did not report any roof leaks.

15

12

2.3

Foundations are strong and stable with no observable cracks No cracking was observed in the foundations.

10

9

2.4

Exterior and interior walls have sufficient expansion joints and are free of deterioration The facility is equipped with sufficient expansion joints, but wall deterioration was still observed.

10

7

2.5

Entrances and exits are located so as to permit efficient student traffic flow Main building entrances are properly located for the efficient flow of traffic. Athletic entrances are awkwardly located.

10

7

2.6

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

10

9

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 Interior walls are non-bearing drywall partitions which allows for future flexibility.

10

7

Mechanical/Electrical

Points Allocated

Points

2.9

Adequate light sources are well maintained, and properly placed and are not subject to overheating

15

15

Light fixtures appeared to be well maintained and are properly placed so that dark spots were not observed and fixtures are not likely to overheat.

2.10

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

15

12

Water supply is from a municipal system, has a backflow preventer, and has adequate pressure for the current domestic needs of the facility. The service is not sized to adequately supply a future fire suppression system.

2.11

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

15

7

A typical classroom is equipped with 4 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 located in student occupied areas.

10

6

2.13

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

10

4

The O.B.C. requires one drinking fountain per 100 students. The building capacity requires 11 drinking fountains. The existing facility has an adequate quantity of drinking fountains. ADA requires that 50 percent of drinking fountains be accessible. Three of the drinking fountains are accessible.

2.14

Number and size of restrooms meet requirements

10

5

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

10

2.16

Fire alarms, smoke detectors, and sprinkler systems are properly maintained and meet requirements

10

7

The fire alarm system meets current code requirements. Detection devices are provided. There is a sprinkler system in the auditorium addition only.

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.

10

10

2.18

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

5

5

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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

8

Aluminum windows, aluminum and hollow metal doors, and CMU walls require moderate maintenance. Some doors have asbestos cores.

3.2

Floor surfaces throughout the building require minimum care

15

9

Typical classrooms have carpet flooring. Typical corridors have carpet, terrazzo, ceramic tile, or VCT flooring. The restrooms have ceramic tile, vinyl composite tile, or terrazzo flooring.

3.3

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

10

5

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

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

10

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

6

Toilets are wall mounted flush valve. Urinals are wall mounted flush valve. Lavatories are wall mounted. ADA requirements are met in the majority of public toilets, but not all individual toilets. 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

8

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

8

3.9

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

10

8

Outdoor light fixtures 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 is the vehicular traffic egress when busses are not using it.

15

3

4.2

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

10

4

4.3

Access streets have sufficient signals and signs to permit safe entrance to and exit from school area School sign and painting on the road are provided. Sight lines are somewhat limited.

5

2

4.4

Vehicular entrances and exits permit safe traffic flow

5

2

A single entrance for busses and cars serves Mercer Elementary School and Turpin High School with a loop around the centralized parking area.

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 site is equipped with baseball fields and a track which are free of hazard.

Building Safety

Points Allocated

Points

4.6

The heating unit(s) is located away from student occupied areas The mechanical room is located away from student areas. Heat distribution is away from student interaction.

20

18

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

12

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

8

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 appears to meet current building code standards.

10

9

4.10

Classroom doors are recessed and open outward

10

5

Some classroom doors are flush with the corridor wall. Some classroom doors are recessed such that ADA clearances are compromised. Some classroom doors are recessed with allowable ADA clearances. Doors open outward.

4.11

Building security systems are provided to assure uninterrupted operation of the educational program

10

9

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The facility is equipped with a security system with cameras, CCTV, motion detectors and door contacts.

4.12

Flooring (including ramps and stairways) is maintained in a non-slip condition No slippery areas were identified in the site visit. The entry doors have step off mats.

5

4

4.13

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

5

5

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 dead end corridors in the facility and classrooms that must exit through adjacent rooms, which are code violations.

5

1

Emergency Safety

Points Allocated

Points

4.17

Adequate fire safety equipment is properly located

15

5

The number of fire extinguishers appears to meet the requirements. The kitchen hood is equipped with a fire suppression system. The original building and athletic addition do not have a fire suppression systems.

4.18

There are at least two independent exits from any point in the building

15

3

Not all rooms with a capacity of greater than fifty persons are equipped with two exits. There are dead end corridors in the facility and classrooms that must exit through adjacent rooms, which are code violations.

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

200

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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 618 s.f. compared to 900 s.f. recommended by OSDM.

25

10

5.2

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

15

5

5.3

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

10

5

The location of academic learning areas, gym, music, cafeteria, and classrooms are not adequately spaced. Academic functions are grouped together. No disruptive noise was evident.

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 Quantity and size of lockers are appropriate for student capacity and grade level served. Condition is fair.

10

9

5.6

Storage for teacher materials is adequate Typical classrooms have no casework provided for teacher material storage. Specialized classoom has adequate casework.

10

3

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

5

5.8

Design of specialized learning area(s) is compatible with instructional need Very few special education provisions are made. Special education classrooms are similar to standard classrooms.

10

0

5.9

Library/Resource/Media Center provides appropriate and attractive space Large media center with many windows and attractive finishes.

10

10

5.10

Gymnasium (or covered P.E. area) adequately serves physical education instruction

5

3

The gym floor is 8,156 s.f. with 7,000 s.f. upper seating area and is slightly smaller than the 16,000 s.f. OSDM recommendation. There is no auxiliary gym.

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

7

The size of the science classrooms is slightly less than the OSDM recommendation. The science equipment is in fair condition.

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5.12

Music Program is provided adequate sound treated space The size of the music rooms are less than the OSDM recommendation. Sound treatment is fair.

5

3

5.13

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

5

3

School Facility Appraisal

Points Allocated

Points

5.14

Space for technology education permits use of state-of-the-art equipment Computer labs are too small for proper arrangement of stations.

5

3

5.15

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

5

2

5.16

Storage for student and teacher material is adequate

5

1

Quantity and size of lockers is appropriate for student capacity and grade level served. Condition is fair. Typical classrooms have no casework provided for teacher material storage.

Support Space

Points Allocated

Points

5.17

Teacher’s lounge and work areas reflect teachers as professionals Teacher’s lounge is appropriately furnished and finishes are adequate.

10

9

5.18

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

10

7

The kitchen is slightly smaller than OSDM standards. The size of the student dining 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 Offices are consistent in appearance. The office layout is appropriate for the required function. The appearance is fair.

5

4

5.20

Counselor’s office insures privacy and sufficient storage Counselor has private office with adequate storage space. Storage is good.

5

5

5.21

Clinic is near administrative offices and is equipped to meet requirements Clinic is equipped with toilet, sink and cots. Location is remote from offices.

5

4

5.22

Suitable reception space is available for students, teachers, and visitors Reception spaces are split for specific personnel. Reception spaces appear adequate.

5

4

5.23

Administrative personnel are provided sufficient work space and privacy

5

4

Administrative area is equipped with secretarial area, offices, conference room, and work/copy room. Personnel are separated for good privacy.

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 Very interesting use of building materials and shapes form a pleasing design.

15

15

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 Limited shelter provided at entrances.

10

4

6.5

Building materials provide attractive color and texture Darker brick with interesting features provides good texture. Overall appearance is monotone.

5

4

Interior Environment

Points Allocated

Points

6.6

Color schemes, building materials, and decor provide an impetus to learning Color schemes are well thought out and of quality finish.

20

18

6.7

Year around comfortable temperature and humidity are provided throughout the building The majority of the facility has heating and cooling systems which provide a year round comfortable environment.

15

13

6.8

Ventilating system provides adequate quiet circulation of clean air and meets 15cfm VBC requirement The existing ventilation system appears to provide the code required amount of fresh air.

15

13

6.9

Lighting system provides proper intensity, diffusion, and distribution of illumination

15

13

Light fixtures appeared to be well maintained. Dark spots were not observed. Light levels were good except gymnasium and art rooms were lower than the OSDM recommendations.

6.10

Drinking fountains and restroom facilities are conveniently located

15

6

The O.B.C. requires one drinking fountain per 100 students. The building capacity requires 11 drinking fountains. The existing facility has an adequate quantity of drinking fountains. ADA requires that 50 percent of drinking fountains be accessible. Two of the drinking fountains are 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 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.

6.11

Communication among students is enhanced by commons area(s) for socialization

10

8

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The student dining area serves as a commons space.

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

8

6.13

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

10

9

6.14

Large group areas are designed for effective management of students

10

8

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 carpet flooring provide fair acoustics.

10

6

6.16

Window design contributes to a pleasant environment

10

6

Nicely sized, well placed, well maintained windows contribute to a pleasant environment. Windows do not contain operable vents. Windows are not available in all areas where OSDM recommends them.

6.17

Furniture and equipment provide a pleasing atmosphere

10

7

The existing facility lacked some of the recommended equipment per OSDM standards. Some equipment appeared to be mismatched and was in fair condition. The equipment appeared clean and well maintained.

TOTAL - Environment for Education Back to Assessment Summary

200

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Justification for Allocation of Points

Building Name and Level:

Turpin High 9-12

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. Back to Assessment Summary Some ADA issues exist. Only partly fire suppressed. Asbestos present. Dead end corridors exist. Auditorium. Natatorium. Football stadium. All weather track. Tennis courts.

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Main Assessment Menu - Forest Hills Local SD (47340) - Turpin High (68502)

Building Summary - Turpin High (68502)
District: Name: Forest Hills Local SD Turpin High Cincinnati,OH 45244 Bldg. IRN: 68502 Current Grades Proposed Grades Current Enrollment Projected Enrollment Addition Original Building Natatorium Addition Auditorium Fixed Seating Addition 9-12 N/A 1075 N/A Date HA 1976 no 1976 no 1999 yes 1999 yes Number of Floors 3 1 2 1 1 2 Acreage: Teaching Stations: Classrooms: County: Contact: Phone: Hamilton Peggy Johnson 513-232-7770 By: By: Tony Zircher Bill Mentges Area: Cincinnati (1)

Address: 2650 Bartels Rd

Date Prepared: 2004-06-22 Date Revised: 2005-05-17 25 CEFPI Appraisal Summary 56 45 Cover Sheet Section

Points Possible Points Earned Percentage Rating Category ‹ 100 200 100 200 200 200 ‹ 1000 ‹ 65 148 67 133 106 156 ‹ 675 ‹ 65% 74% 67% 67% 53% 78% ‹ 68% ‹ Borderline Satisfactory Borderline Borderline Borderline Satisfactory ‹ Borderline

Current Square 1.0 The School Site Feet 2.0 Structural and Mechanical Features 159,562 3.0 Plant Maintainability 6,793 4.0 Building Safety and Security 10,736 5.0 Educational Adequacy 4,546 6.0 Environment for Education Commentary 5,066 Total 9,130 195,833 C=Under Contract Renovation Cost Factor Cost to Renovate (Cost Factor applied)

Auditorium Stage & Suppport 1999 yes Addition Athletic Addition Total *HA *Rating 2001 yes

= Handicapped Access =1 Satisfactory =2 Needs Repair =3 Needs Replacement

100.44% $10,436,747.73

The Replacement Cost Per SF and the Renovate/Replace ratio are only provided when this summary is requested from a Master Plan.

*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 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 3 3 2 2 1 3 2 1 1 3 2 3 3 3 Dollar Assessment C $0.00 $0.00 $586,800.00 $471,600.00 $21,000.00 $2,200.00 $0.00 $137,900.00 $0.00 $2,952,152.10 $674,768.00 $242,833.90 $84,346.00 $0.00 $661,436.50 $124,200.60 $0.00 $0.00 $48,000.00 $117,722.00 $786,326.25 $381,534.00 $1,064,530.38 $2,033,677.48 $10,391,027.21 Previous Page

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Environmental Hazards - Forest Hills Local SD (47340) - Turpin High (68502) - Original Building Environmental Hazards - Forest Hills Local SD (47340) - Turpin High (68502) - Original Building

Owner: Facility: Date:

Forest Hills Local SD Turpin High 2004-07-15

Bldg. IRN: BuildingAdd: Assessor:

68502 Original Building Tony Zircher

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 12. Fire Doors 11 Sum of lines(1-12) 12 Sum of lines(1-9, 12) B. Removal Of Underground Storage Tanks Tank No. 1 Sum Of Lines(1-0) Location

AFM=Asbestos Free Material Status Quantity Unit Cost Estimated Cost Not Present 0 $15.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $12.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $8.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $25.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $7.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $20.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $10.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $6.00 $0.00 Not Present 0 $3.00 $0.00 Reported Asbestos-Containing Material 28695 $3.00 $86,085.00 Not Present 0 $2.00 $0.00 Reported Asbestos-Containing Material lump sum $14,000.00 Total Abs. Hazard Abatement Cost for Renovation Work $100,085.00 Total Abs. Hazard Abatement Cost for Demolition Work $14,000.00 None Reported 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 159562 143606 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 $7,180.30

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

$117,265.30 $21,180.30

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Environmental Hazards - Forest Hills Local SD (47340) - Turpin High (68502) - Athletic Addition Environmental Hazards - Forest Hills Local SD (47340) - Turpin High (68502) - Athletic Addition

Owner: Facility: Date:

Forest Hills Local SD Turpin High 2004-07-15

Bldg. IRN: BuildingAdd: Assessor:

68502 Athletic Addition Tony Zircher AFM=Asbestos Free Material 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 $0.00 $2.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $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 12. None 11 Sum of lines(1-12) 12 Sum of lines(1-9, 12) B. Removal Of Underground Storage Tanks Tank No. 1 Sum Of Lines(1-0) Location

Status Quantity Unit Cost 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 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present lump sum 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 9130 9130 E. Other Environmental Hazards/Remarks 1. (Sum of Lines 1-0) Description Total Cost for Other Environmental Hazards

Addition Constructed after 1980 $0.00 $0.00 Total Cost for Lead-Based Paint Mock-Ups $0.00 Not Applicable Total Cost $456.50

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

$456.50 $456.50

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