Building Information - Riverside Local Local SD (47894) - Hadden Elementary

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

Expedited Local Partnership Program (ELPP) Small City Copy of Hadden Elementary - Final 2008-03-11 2007 Hadden Elementary 14811 1800 Mentor Ave Painesville 44077 440-354-4414 10 K-5 16 2 266 311 2007-08-23

Enrollment Date is the date in which the current enrollment was taken. Number of Classrooms Historical Register Building’s Principal Building Type 14 NO Mr. Tim St. Clair Elementary Next Page

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GENERAL DESCRIPTION 33,231 Total Existing Square Footage 1932,1942,1952,1994 Building Dates K-5 Grades 311 Current Enrollment 16 Teaching Stations 10 Site Acreage Hadden Elementary School is a two (2) story structure totaling 33,231 s.f. The original facility of 19,184 s.f. was constructed in 1932. A small classroom wing and kitchen addition of 3,527 s.f. were constructed in 1942. A classroom wing addition of 5,698 s.f. was constructed in 1952. The media center addition totaling 4,822 s.f. was constructed in 1994. The facility contains one (1) gymnasium of 3,499 s.f. which also serves as student dining, one (1) kitchen of 778 s.f. and one (1) media center of 1,259 s.f. Hadden Elementary currently provides space for grades K-5. The complex provides partial accessibility, but does not fully conform to the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act Guidelines. The second floor of the school facility is not accessible except by a stairway lift . Typical classrooms throughout the complex are undersized and do not conform to the current standards established by the State of Ohio. The school facility is located on a 10 acre site in a residential area. School buses load/unload along the main entry drive which shares access with the vehicular traffic. The existing structure is constructed with load bearing masonry walls with supported deck and slab on grade construction. The structure is outfitted with a motion sensor security system and a fire alarm system with manual pull stations. The complex does not contain a suppression system. A portion of the 1994 addition is equipped with an air conditioning system.

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Name Original Building Classroom Wing Addition Media Center Addition

Year Handicapped Access Floors Square Feet 1932 no 1952 no 1994 yes Previous Page Next Page 2 2 2 1 19,184 3,527 5,698 4,822

Classroom/Kitchen Addition 1942 no

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Addition Original Building (1932) Classroom/Kitchen Addition (1942) Classroom Wing Addition (1952) Media Center Addition (1994)

Auditorium Agricultural Primary Media Vocational Student Indoor Adult Board Outside Auxiliary Fixed Corridors Education Kitchen Natatorium Gymnasium Center Space Dining Tracks Education Offices Agencies Gymnasium Seating Lab 4032 3499 778 1716 770 1259

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Existing CT Programs for Assessment
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Building Summary - Hadden Elementary (14811)
District: Name: Riverside Local Local SD Hadden Elementary Painesville,OH 44077 Bldg. IRN: 14811 Current Grades Proposed Grades Current Enrollment Projected Enrollment Addition Original Building Classroom/Kitchen Addition Media Center Addition Total *HA *Rating = Handicapped Access =1 Satisfactory =2 Needs Repair =3 Needs Replacement *Const P/S = Present/Scheduled Construction FACILITY ASSESSMENT Cost Set: 2007 A. Heating System B. Roofing C. Ventilation / Air Conditioning D. Electrical Systems E. Plumbing and Fixtures F. Windows G. Structure: Foundation H. Structure: Walls and Chimneys I. Structure: Floors and Roofs J. General Finishes K. Interior Lighting L. Security Systems M. Emergency/Egress Lighting N. Fire Alarm O. Handicapped Access P. Site Condition Q. Sewage System R. Water Supply S. Exterior Doors T. Hazardous Material U. Life Safety V. Loose Furnishings W. Technology X. Construction Contingency / Non-Construction Cost Rating 3 3 1 3 3 3 1 2 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 3 3 3 3 3 Renovation Cost Factor Cost to Renovate (Cost Factor applied) 104.16% $5,518,322.75 K-5 N/A 311 N/A Date HA 1932 no 1942 no Number of Floors 2 2 2 1 Current Square Feet Acreage: Teaching Stations: Classrooms: County: Contact: Phone: Lake Mr. Tim St. Clair 440-354-4414 By: By: Tony Schorr Jeff Tuckerman Area: Northeastern Ohio (8)

Address: 1800 Mentor Ave

Date Prepared: 2008-03-11 Date Revised: 2008-08-26 10 16 14 Cover Sheet 1.0 The School Site Section CEFPI Appraisal Summary

Points Possible Points Earned Percentage Rating Category ‹ 200 400 200 400 400 400 ‹ 2000 ‹ 162 270 128 294 244 266 ‹ 1364 ‹ 81% 68% 64% 74% 61% 67% ‹ 68% ‹ Satisfactory Borderline Borderline Satisfactory Borderline Borderline ‹ Borderline

2.0 Structural and Mechanical Features 19,184 3.0 Plant Maintainability 3,527 4.0 Building Safety and Security 5.0 Educational Adequacy 5,698 6.0 Environment for Education 4,822 Commentary 33,231 Total C=Under Contract

Classroom Wing Addition 1952 no 1994 yes

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

$963,699.00 $118,687.00 $0.00 $523,388.25 $189,231.50 $113,795.00 $0.00 $100,840.00 $0.00 $524,958.00 $166,155.00 $83,077.50 $33,231.00 $49,846.50 $322,940.90 $292,852.50 $0.00 $0.00 $24,000.00 $22,800.00 $263,000.75 $113,636.00 $354,907.08 $1,036,882.93 $5,297,928.91 Previous Page

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Original Building (1932) Summary
District: Name: Riverside Local Local SD Hadden Elementary Painesville,OH 44077 Bldg. IRN: 14811 Current Grades Proposed Grades Current Enrollment Projected Enrollment Addition Original Building Classroom/Kitchen Addition Media Center Addition Total *HA *Rating = Handicapped Access =1 Satisfactory =2 Needs Repair =3 Needs Replacement *Const P/S = Present/Scheduled Construction FACILITY ASSESSMENT Cost Set: 2007 A. Heating System B. Roofing C. Ventilation / Air Conditioning D. Electrical Systems E. Plumbing and Fixtures F. Windows G. Structure: Foundation H. Structure: Walls and Chimneys I. Structure: Floors and Roofs J. General Finishes K. Interior Lighting L. Security Systems M. Emergency/Egress Lighting N. Fire Alarm O. Handicapped Access P. Site Condition Q. Sewage System R. Water Supply S. Exterior Doors T. Hazardous Material U. Life Safety V. Loose Furnishings W. Technology X. Construction Contingency / Non-Construction Cost Rating 3 3 1 3 3 3 1 2 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 3 3 3 3 3 Renovation Cost Factor Cost to Renovate (Cost Factor applied) 104.16% $3,486,188.38 K-5 N/A 311 N/A Date HA 1932 no 1942 no Number of Floors 2 2 2 1 Current Square Feet Acreage: Teaching Stations: Classrooms: County: Contact: Phone: Lake Mr. Tim St. Clair 440-354-4414 By: By: Tony Schorr Jeff Tuckerman Area: Northeastern Ohio (8)

Address: 1800 Mentor Ave

Date Prepared: 2008-03-11 Date Revised: 2008-08-26 10 16 14 Cover Sheet 1.0 The School Site Section CEFPI Appraisal Summary

Points Possible Points Earned Percentage Rating Category ‹ 200 400 200 400 400 400 ‹ 2000 ‹ 162 270 128 294 244 266 ‹ 1364 ‹ 81% 68% 64% 74% 61% 67% ‹ 68% ‹ Satisfactory Borderline Borderline Satisfactory Borderline Borderline ‹ Borderline

2.0 Structural and Mechanical Features 19,184 3.0 Plant Maintainability 3,527 4.0 Building Safety and Security 5.0 Educational Adequacy 5,698 6.0 Environment for Education 4,822 Commentary 33,231 Total C=Under Contract

Classroom Wing Addition 1952 no 1994 yes

The Replacement Cost Per SF and the Renovate/Replace ratio are only provided when this summary is Dollar requested from a Master Plan. Assessment C $52,439.00 $0.00 -

$556,336.00 -

$302,148.00 $156,944.00 $71,060.00 $0.00 $65,010.00 $0.00 $360,268.00 $95,920.00 $47,960.00 $19,184.00 $28,776.00 $292,818.40 $210,274.00 $0.00 $0.00 $16,000.00 $22,800.00 $112,348.00 $76,736.00 $204,885.12 $655,048.53 $3,346,955.05

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Classroom/Kitchen Addition (1942) Summary
District: Name: Riverside Local Local SD Hadden Elementary Painesville,OH 44077 Bldg. IRN: 14811 Current Grades Proposed Grades Current Enrollment Projected Enrollment Addition Original Building Classroom/Kitchen Addition Classroom Wing Addition Media Center Addition Total *HA *Rating = Handicapped Access =1 Satisfactory =2 Needs Repair =3 Needs Replacement *Const P/S = Present/Scheduled Construction FACILITY ASSESSMENT Cost Set: 2007 A. Heating System B. Roofing C. Ventilation / Air Conditioning D. Electrical Systems E. Plumbing and Fixtures F. Windows G. Structure: Foundation H. Structure: Walls and Chimneys I. Structure: Floors and Roofs J. General Finishes K. Interior Lighting L. Security Systems M. Emergency/Egress Lighting N. Fire Alarm O. Handicapped Access P. Site Condition Q. Sewage System R. Water Supply S. Exterior Doors T. Hazardous Material U. Life Safety V. Loose Furnishings W. Technology X. Construction Contingency / Non-Construction Cost Rating 3 3 1 3 3 3 1 2 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 3 3 3 3 3 Renovation Cost Factor Cost to Renovate (Cost Factor applied) 104.16% $641,955.66 K-5 N/A 311 N/A Date HA 1932 no 1942 no 1952 no 1994 yes Number of Floors 2 2 2 1 Acreage: Teaching Stations: Classrooms: County: Contact: Phone: Lake Mr. Tim St. Clair 440-354-4414 By: By: Tony Schorr Jeff Tuckerman Area: Northeastern Ohio (8)

Address: 1800 Mentor Ave

Date Prepared: 2008-03-11 Date Revised: 2008-08-26 10 16 14 Cover Sheet Section CEFPI Appraisal Summary

Points Possible Points Earned Percentage Rating Category ‹ 200 400 200 400 400 400 ‹ 2000 ‹ 162 270 128 294 244 266 ‹ 1364 ‹ 81% 68% 64% 74% 61% 67% ‹ 68% ‹ Satisfactory Borderline Borderline Satisfactory Borderline Borderline ‹ Borderline

Current Square 1.0 The School Site Feet 2.0 Structural and Mechanical Features 19,184 3.0 Plant Maintainability 3,527 4.0 Building Safety and Security 5.0 Educational Adequacy 5,698 6.0 Environment for Education 4,822 Commentary 33,231 Total C=Under Contract

The Replacement Cost Per SF and the Renovate/Replace ratio are only provided when this summary is Dollar requested from a Master Plan. Assessment C $19,943.00 $0.00 $55,550.25 $12,344.50 $20,625.00 $0.00 $8,455.00 $0.00 $51,141.50 $17,635.00 $8,817.50 $3,527.00 $5,290.50 $18,452.70 $21,390.50 $0.00 $0.00 $2,000.00 $0.00 $96,462.75 $14,108.00 $37,668.36 -

$102,283.00 -

$120,622.31 $616,316.87

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Classroom Wing Addition (1952) Summary
District: Name: Riverside Local Local SD Hadden Elementary Painesville,OH 44077 Bldg. IRN: 14811 Current Grades Proposed Grades Current Enrollment Projected Enrollment Addition Original Building Classroom/Kitchen Addition Classroom Wing Addition Media Center Addition Total *HA *Rating = Handicapped Access =1 Satisfactory =2 Needs Repair =3 Needs Replacement *Const P/S = Present/Scheduled Construction FACILITY ASSESSMENT Cost Set: 2007 A. Heating System B. Roofing C. Ventilation / Air Conditioning D. Electrical Systems E. Plumbing and Fixtures F. Windows G. Structure: Foundation H. Structure: Walls and Chimneys I. Structure: Floors and Roofs J. General Finishes K. Interior Lighting L. Security Systems M. Emergency/Egress Lighting N. Fire Alarm O. Handicapped Access P. Site Condition Q. Sewage System R. Water Supply S. Exterior Doors T. Hazardous Material U. Life Safety V. Loose Furnishings W. Technology X. Construction Contingency / Non-Construction Cost Rating 3 3 1 3 3 3 1 2 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 3 3 3 3 3 Dollar Assessment C $165,242.00 $12,551.00 $0.00 $89,743.50 $19,943.00 $22,110.00 $0.00 $15,655.00 $0.00 $82,621.00 $28,490.00 $14,245.00 $5,698.00 $8,547.00 $10,469.80 $33,441.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $38,518.50 $22,792.00 $60,854.64 $153,528.42 $784,449.86 K-5 N/A 311 N/A Date HA 1932 no 1942 no 1952 no 1994 yes Number of Floors 2 2 2 1 Acreage: Teaching Stations: Classrooms: County: Contact: Phone: Lake Mr. Tim St. Clair 440-354-4414 By: By: Tony Schorr Jeff Tuckerman Area: Northeastern Ohio (8)

Address: 1800 Mentor Ave

Date Prepared: 2008-03-11 Date Revised: 2008-08-26 10 16 14 Cover Sheet Section CEFPI Appraisal Summary

Points Possible Points Earned Percentage Rating Category ‹ 200 400 200 400 400 400 ‹ 2000 ‹ 162 270 128 294 244 266 ‹ 1364 ‹ 81% 68% 64% 74% 61% 67% ‹ 68% ‹ Satisfactory Borderline Borderline Satisfactory Borderline Borderline ‹ Borderline

Current Square 1.0 The School Site Feet 2.0 Structural and Mechanical Features 19,184 3.0 Plant Maintainability 3,527 4.0 Building Safety and Security 5.0 Educational Adequacy 5,698 6.0 Environment for Education 4,822 33,231 Commentary Total C=Under Contract Renovation Cost Factor Cost to Renovate (Cost Factor applied)

104.16% $817,082.98

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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Media Center Addition (1994) Summary
District: Name: Riverside Local Local SD Hadden Elementary Painesville,OH 44077 Bldg. IRN: 14811 Current Grades Proposed Grades Current Enrollment Projected Enrollment Addition Original Building Classroom/Kitchen Addition Media Center Addition Total *HA *Rating = Handicapped Access =1 Satisfactory =2 Needs Repair =3 Needs Replacement *Const P/S = Present/Scheduled Construction FACILITY ASSESSMENT Cost Set: 2007 A. Heating System B. Roofing C. Ventilation / Air Conditioning D. Electrical Systems E. Plumbing and Fixtures F. Windows G. Structure: Foundation H. Structure: Walls and Chimneys I. Structure: Floors and Roofs J. General Finishes K. Interior Lighting L. Security Systems M. Emergency/Egress Lighting N. Fire Alarm O. Handicapped Access P. Site Condition Q. Sewage System R. Water Supply S. Exterior Doors T. Hazardous Material U. Life Safety V. Loose Furnishings W. Technology X. Construction Contingency / Non-Construction Cost Rating 3 3 1 3 3 3 1 2 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 3 3 3 3 3 Renovation Cost Factor Cost to Renovate (Cost Factor applied) 104.16% $573,095.73 K-5 N/A 311 N/A Date HA 1932 no 1942 no Number of Floors 2 2 2 1 Acreage: Teaching Stations: Classrooms: County: Contact: Phone: Lake Mr. Tim St. Clair 440-354-4414 By: By: Tony Schorr Jeff Tuckerman Area: Northeastern Ohio (8)

Address: 1800 Mentor Ave

Date Prepared: 2008-03-11 Date Revised: 2008-08-26 10 16 14 Cover Sheet Section CEFPI Appraisal Summary

Points Possible Points Earned Percentage Rating Category ‹ 200 400 200 400 400 400 ‹ 2000 ‹ 162 270 128 294 244 266 ‹ 1364 ‹ 81% 68% 64% 74% 61% 67% ‹ 68% ‹ Satisfactory Borderline Borderline Satisfactory Borderline Borderline ‹ Borderline

Current Square 1.0 The School Site Feet 2.0 Structural and Mechanical Features 19,184 3.0 Plant Maintainability 3,527 4.0 Building Safety and Security 5.0 Educational Adequacy 5,698 6.0 Environment for Education 4,822 Commentary 33,231 Total C=Under Contract

Classroom Wing Addition 1952 no 1994 yes

The Replacement Cost Per SF and the Renovate/Replace ratio are only provided when this summary is Dollar requested from a Master Plan. Assessment C $33,754.00 $0.00 $75,946.50 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $11,720.00 $0.00 $30,927.50 $24,110.00 $12,055.00 $4,822.00 $7,233.00 $1,200.00 $27,747.00 $0.00 $0.00 $6,000.00 $0.00 $15,671.50 $0.00 $51,498.96 -

$139,838.00 -

$107,683.66 $550,207.12

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Facility Assessment

A. Heating System
Description:
The existing system for the original building, the 1942 addition and the 1952 addition is a gas fired low pressure steam boiler system. The boiler installations were updated in 1993. The existing system for the media center addition is a hot water boiler system which is original to date of construction. A limited portion of the 1994 addition is equipped with air conditioning. Typical classrooms throughout the complex are equipped with unit ventilators. 3 Needs Replacement Provide for complete replacement of the entire heating/ventilation and cooling system throughout the entire complex due to condition, use of dated equipment and lack of proper ventilation and air conditioning. Convert to fully ducted system to conform to OSDM standards and current ventilation requirements. Unit Whole Building Original Building (1932) 19,184 ft² Required Classroom/Kitchen Addition (1942) 3,527 ft² Required Classroom Wing Media Center Sum Addition (1952) Addition (1994) 5,698 ft² 4,822 ft² Required Required Comments

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Cost

HVAC System Replacement: Convert To Ducted System Replacement Sum:

$22.00sq.ft.

$7.00sq.ft.

Required

Required

Required

Required

$731,082.00(includes demo of existing system and reconfiguration of piping layout and new controls, air conditioning) $232,617.00(includes cost for vert. & horz. chases, cut openings, soffits, etc. Must be used in addition to HVAC System Replacement if the existing HVAC system is non-ducted)

$963,699.00 $556,336.00

$102,283.00

$165,242.00

$139,838.00

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B. Roofing
Description:
The existing roof assembly for the entire complex is comprised of various roofing systems inclusive of slate and modified bituminous. The systems range in date of installation from 1932-1994. The majority of the existing system installations exceed 15 years of age. District officials noted the roof was actively leaking. 3 Needs Replacement Provide for complete replacement of the existing roof systems due to condition and extent of dated system installations. Provide an OSDM compliant membrane system at all low slope areas. Replace the original slate shingle system with a new asphalt shingle system. Whole Building Original Building (1932) 19,184 ft² 4,940 Required 5,480 Required $118,687.00 $52,439.00 Classroom/Kitchen Addition Classroom Wing AdditionMedia Center Addition Sum Comments (1942) (1952) (1994) 3,527 ft² 5,698 ft² 4,822 ft² $14,079.00 2,849 Required $19,943.00 1,793 Required $12,551.00 4,822 Required $33,754.00 $104,608.00(unless under 10,000 sq.ft.)

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Cost Unit

Asphalt Shingle: $2.85sq.ft. (Qty) Membrane (all $7.00sq.ft. types): (Qty) Sum:

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C. Ventilation / Air Conditioning
Description:
A limited portion of the complex is equipped with air conditioning. The technology lab and the media center at the 1994 addition are equipped with air conditioning provided by roof mounted equipment. Window cooling units are provided in a few areas. The majority of the complex is not provided with an air conditioning system. 1 Satisfactory Provide an air conditioning system throughout the entire complex to conform to OSDM standards. Provisions identified in Plate A.

Rating: Recommendations:

Item CostUnitWhole BuildingOriginal Building (1932)Classroom/Kitchen Addition (1942)Classroom Wing Addition (1952)Media Center Addition (1994)SumComments 19,184 ft² 3,527 ft² 5,698 ft² 4,822 ft² Sum: $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

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D. Electrical Systems
Description: Rating: Recommendations:
The electrical system for the complex is a split-phase (3 wire, single-phase) 208/120v 400 amp service. A separate 3 phase service line was extended to serve the roof mounted condensing unit at the 1994 addition. Dated equipment remains in service in many areas. 3 Needs Replacement Provide for complete replacement of the electrical system due to age, condition, and lack of distribution capacity. Provide a 3 phase service throughout the entire complex. Original Building (1932) 19,184 ft² Required Classroom/Kitchen Addition (1942) 3,527 ft² Required Classroom Wing Addition (1952) 5,698 ft² Required Media Center Sum Addition (1994) 4,822 ft² Required Comments

Item

Cost

Unit Whole Building

System $15.75sq.ft. Replacement:

$523,388.25(Includes demo of existing system. Includes generator for life safety systems. Does not include telephone or data cable or equipment) (Use items below ONLY when the entire system is NOT being replaced)

Sum:

$523,388.25 $302,148.00

$55,550.25

$89,743.50

$75,946.50

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E. Plumbing and Fixtures
Description:
The school facility contains 6 group restrooms (3 girls, 3 boys) and 2 single occupancy toilet rooms. Fixtures are a combination of newer and older equipment. Water closets/toilets are typically floor mounted. The majority of the toilet facilities are not accessible and do not conform to the provisions of the ADA. The restrooms at the 1994 addition provide accessible accommodations. The lavatory installations are lacking pipe insulation. Domestic supply piping is a combination of copper and galvanized pipe. A portion of the toilet facilities at the 1932 addition were renovated to provide accessible accommodations. However, the modifications are incomplete and/or are an inappropriate application of the ADA guidelines. A portion of the urinals are equipped with a continual flush system. 3 Needs Replacement Provide for replacement of all wall and floor mounted fixtures at the 1932 and 1942 additions due to age, condition, and/or OSDM requirements. Replace domestic supply piping at dated portions of the complex. The restrooms at the 1994 addition are satisfactory. Unit Whole Building Original Building (1932) 19,184 ft² Required Classroom/Kitchen Addition (1942) 3,527 ft² Required Classroom Wing Addition Media Center Addition Sum Comments (1952) (1994) 5,698 ft² 4,822 ft² Required $99,431.50(remove / replace) $53,200.00(new) $26,600.00(new) $10,000.00(new) $19,943.00 $0.00

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Cost

Domestic Supply Piping: Toilet: Urinal: Sink: Sum:

$3.50sq.ft. $3,800.00unit $3,800.00unit $2,500.00unit

14 Required 7 Required 4 Required $189,231.50 $156,944.00

$12,344.50

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F. Windows
Description:
The window assemblies at the 1932, 1942, and 1952 additions were updated in approximately 1994 with thermally efficient window asemblies with double pane glazing. Inset panels at the 1942 and 1952 additions reduced daylight quantities. District officials noted the assemblies at the 1932 structure were prone to leaking. The 1994 media center addition is equipped with thermally efficient window assemblies with insulated glazing. The window installations are operable and cannot be equipped with integral blinds. 3 Needs Replacement Provide for complete replacement of all window assemblies at the 1932, 1942, and 1952 structures to conform to OSDM standards and include integral blinds. The window installations at the media center addition are satisfactory. Unit Whole Building Original Building (1932) 19,184 ft² 1,292 Required Classroom/Kitchen Addition (1942) 3,527 ft² 375 Required $20,625.00 Classroom Wing Addition Media Center Addition Sum Comments (1952) (1994) 5,698 ft² 4,822 ft² 402 Required $113,795.00(includes blinds) $22,110.00 $0.00

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Cost

Insulated Glass/Panels: Sum:

$55.00sq.ft. (Qty)

$113,795.00 $71,060.00

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G. Structure: Foundation
Description: Rating: Recommendations:
The existing complex contains a masonry/concrete foundation system. There were no significant areas of deterioration, cracking, or settlement. 1 Satisfactory No work is required at this time.

Item CostUnitWhole BuildingOriginal Building (1932)Classroom/Kitchen Addition (1942)Classroom Wing Addition (1952)Media Center Addition (1994)SumComments 19,184 ft² 3,527 ft² 5,698 ft² 4,822 ft² Sum: $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

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H. Structure: Walls and Chimneys
Description: Rating: Recommendations:
The existing structure is constructed with masonry bearing wall assemblies with brick exteriors. There are several areas of deterioration, especially at the 1932 addition. The 1994 addition is equipped with control joints. 2 Needs Repair Provide masonry cleaning, tuckpointing, masonry repairs, and sealing. Replace deteriorated wood trim and paint existing cornice panels and wood trim. Unit Whole Building Original Classroom/Kitchen Building (1932) Addition (1942) 19,184 ft² 3,527 ft² 1,600 Required 405 Required 6,396 Required 2,025 Required 6,396 Required 2,025 Required 68 Required 100 Required 30 Required 30 Required Required 142 Required Classroom Wing Addition (1952) 5,698 ft² 716 Required 3,582 Required 3,582 Required 100 Required 36 Required Media Center Addition (1994) 4,822 ft² Sum Comments

Item

Cost

Tuckpointing:

Exterior Masonry Cleaning: Exterior Masonry Sealing: Exterior Caulking: Replace Brick Veneer System: Masonry Lintel Replacement: Sill Replacement: $45.00ln.ft. Other: Replace wood $25,000.00allowance trim and paint Sum:

$7.50sq.ft. (Qty) $1.50sq.ft. (Qty) $1.00sq.ft. (Qty) $2.50ln.ft. $30.00sq.ft. (Qty) $250.00ln.ft.

$20,407.50(wall surface) 4,488 Required 4,488 Required 200 Required $24,736.50(wall surface) $16,491.00(wall surface) $1,275.00(removing and replacing) $4,080.00(total removal and replacement including pinning and shoring) $7,500.00(total removal and replacement including pinning and shoring) $1,350.00(remove and replace) $25,000.00Replace deteriorated wood trim and provide exterior painting

$100,840.00 $65,010.00

$8,455.00

$15,655.00

$11,720.00

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I. Structure: Floors and Roofs
Description: Rating: Recommendations:
The floor construction for the entire complex is slab on grade construction and steel joist system. The roof system is a steel joist system and a wood truss assembly over concrete decking. There was no significant evidence of deterioration. 1 Satisfactory No work is required at this time.

Item CostUnitWhole BuildingOriginal Building (1932)Classroom/Kitchen Addition (1942)Classroom Wing Addition (1952)Media Center Addition (1994)SumComments 19,184 ft² 3,527 ft² 5,698 ft² 4,822 ft² Sum: $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

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J. General Finishes
Description:
The current finishes at the 1932, 1942, and 1952 buildings are dated. Casework is wood and worn. The majority of the complex is lacking lockers/cubbies. The corridors are equipped with coat hooks. District officials did not provide the specific date of kitchen equipment but noted the majority of the equipment was updated except for the range hood. The majority of the finishes at the 1994 addition are satisfactory. 3 Needs Replacement Provide for replacement of all finishes, casework, and lockers/cubbies due to age/condition and extent of renovation work at the 1932, 1942, and 1952 additions. Replace the existing kitchen exhaust hood. Replace/repair finishes disturbed by proposed renovation work at the 1994 addition. Replace deteriorated carpeting at the media center. Cost Unit Whole Building Original Building Classroom/Kitchen (1932) Addition (1942) 3,527 ft² 19,184 ft² Classroom Wing Addition (1952) 5,698 ft² Media Center Addition (1994) 4,822 ft² Required 4,822 Required 1,259 Required Required Required Required Sum Comments

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Paint: Acoustic Ceiling: Carpet: Complete Replacement of Finishes and Casework: Toilet Partitions: Toilet Accessory Replacement Kitchen Exhaust Hood: Sum:

$2.00sq.ft. $3.50sq.ft. (Qty) $3.50sq.ft. (Qty) $14.30sq.ft.

$1,000.00per stall $0.20sq.ft. $68,100.00per unit

14 Required Required 1 Required $524,958.00 $360,268.00 $51,141.50 $82,621.00 $30,927.50 Required Required

$9,644.00(partial finish - floor area/prep and installation) $16,877.00(partial finish - tear out and replace per area) $4,406.50(partial finish - tear-out and replace per area) $406,248.70(elementary, per building area, with removal of existing) $14,000.00(removing and replacing) $5,681.80(per building area) $68,100.00

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K. Interior Lighting
Description: Rating: Recommendations:
Item The entire complex contains fluorescent and incandescent lighting. Lighting levels are: student dining/gymnasium 16.6 FC, art/music classroom 44.4 FC, media center 72.5 FC, and typical classrooms 40-46.1 FC. 3 Needs Replacement Provide complete replacement of lighting due to addition of suppression system, HVAC system, and under illuminated spaces.

Cost Unit Whole Building

Complete Building Lighting $5.00sq.ft. Replacement Sum: $166,155.00 $95,920.00

Original Building (1932) 19,184 ft² Required

Classroom/Kitchen AdditionClassroom Wing (1942) Addition (1952) 5,698 ft² 3,527 ft² Required Required $17,635.00 $28,490.00

Media Center Addition (1994) 4,822 ft² Required $24,110.00

Sum

Comments

$166,155.00Includes demo of existing fixtures

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L. Security Systems
Description: Rating: Recommendations:
Item The current security system is a motion sensor security system with magnetic lock controlled entry. Site lighting is provided by a combination of building mounted and a few pole mounted fixtures. The provisions provide limited illumination of the exterior site. 3 Needs Replacement Provide upgrade of the current security system and exterior lighting to conform to OSDM standards.

Cost Unit Whole Building

Security System: $1.50sq.ft. Exterior Site Lighting: Sum: $1.00sq.ft. $83,077.50

Original Building (1932) 19,184 ft² Required Required $47,960.00

Classroom/Kitchen Addition (1942) 3,527 ft² Required Required $8,817.50

Classroom Wing Addition (1952) 5,698 ft² Required Required $14,245.00

Media Center Addition Sum Comments (1994) 4,822 ft² Required $49,846.50(complete, area of building) Required $33,231.00building $12,055.00

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M. Emergency/Egress Lighting
Description: Rating: Recommendations:
Item The complex is equipped with exit signs and emergency egress lighting. The system was updated in the recent past. A portion of the existing fixture installations are ceiling mounted and will be disturbed by recommended renovation work. 3 Needs Replacement Provide complete replacement of the emergency/egress lighting due to addition of sprinkler and HVAC systems.

Cost Unit Whole Building $1.00sq.ft. $33,231.00

Emergency/Egress Lighting: Sum:

Original Building (1932) 19,184 ft² Required $19,184.00

Classroom/Kitchen Addition (1942) 3,527 ft² Required $3,527.00

Classroom Wing Addition (1952) 5,698 ft² Required $5,698.00

Media Center Addition Sum Comments (1994) 4,822 ft² Required $33,231.00(complete, area of building) $4,822.00

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N. Fire Alarm
Description:
The complex is equipped with a fire alarm system with manual pull stations with zoned detection and horn/strobe signals. The existing system is lacking horn/strobe signals in a portion of the occupiable rooms/space. The media center addition is equipped with smoke detectors. A portion of equipment is ceiling mounted and will be disturbed by recommended renovation work. 3 Needs Replacement Provide complete replacement of the fire alarm system. Provide an addressable system with horn/strobe signals in all occupiable rooms/spaces throughout the entire complex. Original Building (1932) 19,184 ft² Required $28,776.00 Classroom/Kitchen Addition (1942) 3,527 ft² Required $5,290.50 Classroom Wing Addition (1952) 5,698 ft² Required $8,547.00 Media Center Addition (1994) 4,822 ft² Required $7,233.00 Sum Comments

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Cost Unit Whole Building $1.50sq.ft. $49,846.50

Fire Alarm System: Sum:

$49,846.50(complete new system, including removal of existing)

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O. Handicapped Access
Description:
The existing complex provides partial accessibility but does not fully conform to the provisions of the ADA guidelines in all areas. A portion of the toilet rooms/restrooms at the 1932 addition were renovated to provide accessible accommodations. However, the modifications are incomplete and/or are an inappropriate application of the ADA guidelines. A portion of the existing door assemblies do not provide the required maneuvering clearances. The majority of the existing door installations are equipped with lever hardware but a portion of the existing doors are dated. A portion of the facility’s means of egress door assemblies are not accessible due to interior and exterior level changes. An exterior ramp assembly is wood. A portion of drinking fountains are accessible but do not provide multi-height accommodations. A stair assembly at the 1932 addition is equipped with a lift to provide access to the second floor. The 1994 addition was designed to provide accessible accommodations but the existing toilet room lavatories are lacking pipe insulation protection and accessible faucet assemblies. The 1994 addition is equipped with a lift at a cross corridor stair assembly. 3 Needs Replacement Provide for full accessibility throughout the entire complex in conformance with the provisions of the ADA and OSFC requirements. Replace the existing stair lift at the 1932 structure with an elevator. Replace the wood ramp assembly with a permanent ramp installation. Unit Whole Building Original Building (1932) 19,184 ft² Required 570 Required 3 Required 2 Required 4 Required 10 Required 4 Required 1 Required 24 Required 2 Required 6 Required 2 Required Classroom/Kitchen Addition (1942) 3,527 ft² Required Classroom Wing Addition (1952) 5,698 ft² Required Media Center Sum Comments Addition (1994) 4,822 ft² $2,840.90(per building area) $22,800.00(per ramp/interior-exterior complete) $45,000.00(complete) $100,000.00(per stop, $100,000 minimum) $7,200.00(replacement double ADA) $45,600.00(new ADA) $4,000.00(ADA - grab bars, accessories included) $7,500.00(openers, electrical, patching, etc) 9 Required $41,800.00(standard 3070 wood door, HM frame-classroom door/light, includes hardware) $15,000.00(rework narrow opening to provide 3070 wood door, HM frame, door/light, includes hardware) $30,000.00(rework opening and corridor wall to accommodate ADA standards when door opening is set back from edge of corridor and cannot accommodate a wheelchair.) $1,000.00Replace valves/faucets $200.00Insulate Pipes

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Cost

Signage: Ramps: Lifts: Elevators: Electric Water Coolers: Toilet/Urinals/Sinks: Toilet Partitions: ADA Assist Door & Frame: Replace Doors: Replace Doors: Replace Doors:

$0.10sq.ft. $40.00sq.ft. (Qty) $15,000.00unit $50,000.00each $1,800.00unit $3,800.00unit $1,000.00stall $7,500.00unit $1,100.00leaf $5,000.00leaf $5,000.00leaf

5 Required 1 Required

Other: Replace valves/faucets Other: Insulate Pipes Sum:

$500.00per unit $100.00per unit $322,940.90 $292,818.40 $18,452.70 $10,469.80

2 Required 2 Required $1,200.00

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P. Site Condition
Description:
Buses load/unload at the main entry to the school complex and share a common path of travel with vehicular traffic. Asphalt pavements display severe signs of deterioration. Sidewalks are cracked and raised in several locations. An exterior stair assembly at the main entry is lacking a guardrail/handrail system. Playground equipment was updated in the recent past. The site was covered with snow at the time of the site visit, hindering the full assessment of site conditions. 3 Needs Replacement Replace deteriorated walks and pavement. Provide a dedicated bus loading/unloading zone.

Rating: Recommendations:
Item

Cost

Unit

Whole Building

Replace Existing Asphalt Paving: Bus Drop-Off for Elementary

$30.00sq. yard $110.00per student

Original Building (1932) 19,184 ft² 2,116 Required 400 Required

Classroom/Kitchen Addition (1942) 3,527 ft² 401 Required

Classroom Wing Addition (1952) 5,698 ft² 620 Required

Concrete Curb: Concrete Sidewalk:

$15.00ln.ft. $4.00sq.ft. (Qty) Exterior Hand / Guard Rails: $42.50ln.ft. Base Sitework Allowance for $50,000.00allowance Unforeseen Circumstances

348 Required 66 Required 4,062 770 Required Required 60 Required Required

Sitework Allowance for Unforeseen Circumstances for buildings between 0 SF and 100,000 SF Sum:

$1.50sq.ft.

Required

Required

Media Center Sum Comments Addition (1994) 4,822 ft² 511 Required $109,440.00(including drainage / tear out for light or heavy duty asphalt) $44,000.00(Number of students should be rounded up to the nearest 100. $5500 per bus; 40 students per bus; 80% of elementary school students riding) 102 Required 84 Required $9,000.00(new) 1,191 981 Required $28,016.00(5 in exterior slab) Required $2,550.00 $50,000.00Include this and one of the next two. (Applies for whole building, so only one addition should have this item) Required Required $49,846.50Include this one or the next. (Each addition should have this item)

$292,852.50 $210,274.00 $21,390.50

$33,441.00

$27,747.00

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Q. Sewage System
Description: Rating: Recommendations:
The complex’s sanitary piping system is served by the local municipal system. School officials noted the system functioned satisfactorily. 1 Satisfactory No work is required at this time.

Item CostUnitWhole BuildingOriginal Building (1932)Classroom/Kitchen Addition (1942)Classroom Wing Addition (1952)Media Center Addition (1994)SumComments 19,184 ft² 3,527 ft² 5,698 ft² 4,822 ft² Sum: $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

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R. Water Supply
Description: Rating: Recommendations:
The complex’s water supply piping is a combination of copper and galvanized pipe. The facility is served by the local municipal system. District officials noted the system was adequate to serve the needs of the facility. 1 Satisfactory Work is identified in Plate E.

Item CostUnitWhole BuildingOriginal Building (1932)Classroom/Kitchen Addition (1942)Classroom Wing Addition (1952)Media Center Addition (1994)SumComments 19,184 ft² 3,527 ft² 5,698 ft² 4,822 ft² Sum: $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

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S. Exterior Doors
Description: Rating: Recommendations:
The existing door assemblies are a combination of newer and dated installations. A portion of the assemblies are deteriorated and/or contain single pane glazing. The storefront door assemblies at the media center addition contain single pane glazing. 3 Needs Replacement Provide for replacement of dated/deteriorated door assemblies. Replace door assemblies equipped with single pane glazing with thermally efficient installations. Unit Whole Building Original Building (1932) 19,184 ft² 8 Required Classroom/Kitchen Addition Classroom Wing (1942) Addition (1952) 3,527 ft² 5,698 ft² 1 Required $2,000.00 $0.00 Media Center Addition (1994) 4,822 ft² 3 Required $6,000.00 Sum Comments

Item

Cost

Door Leaf/Frame and Hardware: Sum:

$2,000.00per leaf

$24,000.00(includes removal of existing)

$24,000.00 $16,000.00

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T. Hazardous Material
Description: Rating: Recommendations:
District officials have provided information identifying hazardous materials in this facility. 3 Needs Replacement Remove all hazardous materials as identified by the Hazardous Materials Consultant. A full EEHA will be required to verify the information provided by the District. Cost Unit Whole Building Original Building (1932) 19,184 ft² EHA Form 7,600 Required $22,800.00 Classroom/Kitchen Addition Classroom Wing (1942) Addition (1952) 5,698 ft² 3,527 ft² Media Center Addition (1994) 4,822 ft² Sum Comments

Item

Environmental Hazards Form Resilient Flooring Removal, Including Mastic Sum:

$3.00sq.ft. (Qty) $22,800.00

‹ $22,800.00See J $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

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U. Life Safety
Description:
The entire complex is not equipped with an automatic fire suppression system. A portion of the interior stairways are not enclosed and the handrail/guardrail systems do not conform to current code provisions or ADA accessibility requirements. The 1942 addition is equipped with an unenclosed exteiror egress stair/fire escape. 3 Needs Replacement Provide an automated fire suppression system throughout the entire complex. Enclose open stair assemblies and provide a compliant handrail system. Provide for the addition of a new exterior stair enclosure. Unit Whole Building Original Building Classroom/Kitchen (1932) Addition (1942) 3,527 ft² 19,184 ft² 19,184 Required 3,527 Required 4 Required 2 Required 6 Required $263,000.75 $112,348.00 2 Required $38,518.50 Classroom Wing Addition (1952) 5,698 ft² 5,698 Required 2 Required Media Center Addition (1994) 4,822 ft² 4,822 Required Sum Comments

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Cost

Sprinkler / Fire $3.25sq.ft. Suppression System: (Qty) Interior Stairwell $5,000.00per Closure: level New Exterior Stair $42,500.00per Enclosure level Handrails: $5,000.00level Sum:

$108,000.75(includes increase of service piping, if required) $30,000.00(includes associated doors, door frames and hardware) $85,000.00(all inclusive) $40,000.00

$96,462.75

$15,671.50

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V. Loose Furnishings
Description: Rating: Recommendations:
Item Typical classrooms are furnished with a combination of newer and older equipment. The majority of the media center addition is equipped with newer age furnishings. 3 Needs Replacement Provide for furnishing replacement based upon the rating of 5 given for item 6.17 of the attched CEFPI rating.

Cost Unit Whole Building

CEFPI Rating 4 to $4.00sq.ft. 5 Sum: $113,636.00 $76,736.00

Original Building (1932) 19,184 ft² Required

Classroom/Kitchen Addition (1942) 3,527 ft² Required $14,108.00

Classroom Wing Addition (1952) 5,698 ft² Required $22,792.00

Media Center Addition (1994) 4,822 ft²

Sum

Comments

$113,636.00 $0.00

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W. Technology
Description: Rating: Recommendations:
Item Typical classrooms are equipped with 3-5 data ports for teacher and student use, televisions, ceiling mounted projectors, and smart boards. Classrooms are not equipped with telephones. 3 Needs Replacement Replace all wiring due to extensive renovation to be undertaken and to fully conform to OSDM standards.

Cost

Unit

Whole Building

ES portion of building with total SF < 50,000 Sum:

$10.68sq.ft. (Qty)

Original Building (1932) 19,184 ft² 19,184 Required

Classroom/Kitchen Addition (1942) 3,527 ft² 3,527 Required $37,668.36

Classroom Wing Addition (1952) 5,698 ft² 5,698 Required $60,854.64

Media Center Addition Sum Comments (1994) 4,822 ft² 4,822 Required $354,907.08 $51,498.96

$354,907.08 $204,885.12

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X. Construction Contingency / Non-Construction Cost
Renovation Costs (A-W) 7.00% Subtotal 16.20% Non-Construction Costs Construction Contingency $4,261,045.98 $298,273.22 $4,559,319.20 $738,609.71 $5,297,928.91

Total Project

Construction Contingency Non-Construction Costs Total for X.

$298,273.22 $738,609.71 $1,036,882.93

Non-Construction Costs Breakdown Land Survey Soil Borings Agency Approval Fees Construction Testing Printing Advertising Builder’s Risk Design Professional Compensation CM Compensation Commissioning Maintenance Plan Advisor Non-Construction Contingency (includes partnering and mediation services) Total Non-Construction Costs Back to Assessment Summary 0.03% 0.10% 0.15% 0.25% 0.27% 0.03% 0.11% 7.50% 6.00% 0.33% 0.11% 1.32% 16.20% $1,367.80 $4,559.32 $6,838.98 $11,398.30 $12,310.16 $1,367.80 $5,015.25 $341,948.94 $273,559.15 $15,045.75 $5,015.25 $60,183.01 $738,609.71

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School Facility Appraisal

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

Jeff Tuckerman Hadden Elementary 1800 Mentor Ave Painesville, OH 44077 440-354-4414 Riverside Local Local SD

Date of Appraisal

2008-03-11

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

Small City 10 K-5 16 311 1932,1942,1952,1994 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 33,231 266 2

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

Exterior Surfacing Brick Stucco Metal Wood Stone

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1.0 The School Site
School Facility Appraisal

Points Allocated

Points

1.1

Site is large enough to meet educational needs as defined by state and local requirements The building sits on a 10 acre site.

25

20

1.2

Site is easily accessible and conveniently located for the present and future population The site is geographically located to serve the school community.

20

18

1.3

Location is removed from undesirable business, industry, traffic, and natural hazards The site is located in a residential area with little traffic.

10

10

1.4

Site is well landscaped and developed to meet educational needs The site contains mature trees, open lawn, and low shrubbery.

10

7

1.5

ES MS HS

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

10

9

Playground equipment was updated in the recent past.

1.6

Topography is varied enough to provide desirable appearance and without steep inclines The site is relatively flat without steep inclines.

5

5

1.7

Site has stable, well drained soil free of erosion There were no significant areas of ponding or erosion.

5

5

1.8

Site is suitable for special instructional needs, e.g., outdoor learning There was no designated area for this activity.

5

2

1.9

Pedestrian services include adequate sidewalk with designated crosswalks, curb cuts, and correct slopes Sidewalks were deteriorated in many areas.

5

3

1.10

ES/MS HS

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

5

2

District officials noted there was inadequate parking at this facility to serve the needs of the school.

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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 A portion of the complex provides accessible accommodations, but the provisions do not fully conform to the ADA guidelines.

15

10

2.2

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

15

8

The roofs are comprised of various roof systems. Installations are a combination of newer and older assemblies. A portion of the roofs are leaking.

2.3

Foundations are strong and stable with no observable cracks There were no significant signs of deterioration, settlement, or cracking.

10

8

2.4

Exterior and interior walls have sufficient expansion joints and are free of deterioration A portion of the complex was equipped with control joints. There were no significant areas of deterioration, except at the 1932 structure.

10

7

2.5

Entrances and exits are located so as to permit efficient student traffic flow The location of exits is adequate for student circulation.

10

8

2.6

Building ’’envelope’’ generally provides for energy conservation (see criteria) The majority of the existing window assemblies were updated with thermally efficient units with double pane glazing.

10

8

2.7

Structure is free of friable asbestos and toxic materials District officials provided a Hazardous Materials Report indicating areas of known asbestos.

10

5

2.8

Interior walls permit sufficient flexibility for a variety of class sizes The majority of the complex was not designed for flexibility of use.

10

6

Mechanical/Electrical

Points Allocated

Points

2.9

Adequate light sources are well maintained, and properly placed and are not subject to overheating Lighting levels do not conform to OSDM standards in some areas.

15

10

2.10

Internal water supply is adequate with sufficient pressure to meet health and safety requirements Domestic supply piping is a combination of copper and galvanized. No pressure problems were reported by District officials.

15

8

2.11

Each teaching/learning area has adequate convenient wall outlets, phone and computer cabling for technology applications Typical classrooms are equipped with 3-4 data ports, televisions, projectors, and smart boards.

15

12

2.12

Electrical controls are safely protected with disconnect switches easily accessible

10

8

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Electrical service panels are located in the mechanical areas.

2.13

Drinking fountains are adequate in number and placement, and are properly maintained including provisions for the disabled A portion of the drinking fountains are accessible, but do not provide multi-height accommodations.

10

8

2.14

Number and size of restrooms meet requirements The majority of the toilet facilities were not accessible and do not conform to the provisions of the ADA.

10

5

2.15

Drainage systems are properly maintained and meet requirements The site is served by the local municipal system.

10

10

2.16

Fire alarms, smoke detectors, and sprinkler systems are properly maintained and meet requirements The facility is not equipped with a suppression system. The fire alarm system is lacking horn/strobe signals in some occupiable areas.

10

6

2.17

Intercommunication system consists of a central unit that allows dependable two-way communication between the office and instructional areas Classrooms are not equipped with telephones.

10

5

2.18

Exterior water supply is sufficient and available for normal usage A limited quantity of hose bibb connections are provided at the exterior of the structure.

5

3

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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

7

The majority of window installations were updated with thermally efficient units. District officials noted a portion of the assemblies are prone to leak.

3.2

Floor surfaces throughout the building require minimum care Floor surfaces were terrazzo, carpet, vinyl tile, and wood.

15

10

3.3

Ceilings and walls throughout the building, including service areas, are easily cleaned and resistant to stain Suspended acoustic ceilings are provided in some areas. A portion of ceilings are plaster.

10

7

3.4

Built-in equipment is designed and constructed for ease of maintenance Casework installations are limited. The majority of casework is dated at the 1932, 1942, and 1952 portions of the building.

10

5

3.5

Finishes and hardware, with compatible keying system, are of durable quality The majority of the door assemblies were equipped with lever/ADA compliant hardware.

10

9

3.6

Restroom fixtures are wall mounted and of quality finish The fixtures were a combination of wall and floor mounted units. Original/dated installations remain in some areas.

10

7

3.7

Adequate custodial storage space with water and drain is accessible throughout the building Custodial space is limited.

10

7

3.8

Adequate electrical outlets and power, to permit routine cleaning, are available in every area School officials noted electrical provisions were inadequate to serve the facility’s current needs.

10

4

3.9

Outdoor light fixtures, electrical outlets, equipment, and other fixtures are accessible for repair and replacement Exterior lighting was provided primarily by building mounted fixtures.

10

8

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100

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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 Bus circulation shares a common path of travel with vehicular traffic.

15

10

4.2

Walkways, both on and offsite, are available for safety of pedestrians Walkways are deteriorated in some areas.

10

7

4.3

Access streets have sufficient signals and signs to permit safe entrance to and exit from school area The main ingress/egress drives are not equipped with a signal system.

5

3

4.4

Vehicular entrances and exits permit safe traffic flow Vehicular entrances were not equipped with turning lanes or directional markings.

5

3

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

5

Playground equipment was updated in the recent past.

Building Safety

Points Allocated

Points

4.6

The heating unit(s) is located away from student occupied areas The boilers were located in the mechanical areas. Classrooms were equipped with unit ventilators.

20

15

4.7

Multi-story buildings have at least two stairways for student egress

15

10

The facility contains multiple stair assemblies. A portion of the installations were not enclosed in rated assemblies. An exterior egress stair is unenclosed.

4.8

Exterior doors open outward and are equipped with panic hardware Exterior doors open outward and are equipped with panic devices. A portion of installations are dated.

10

7

4.9

Emergency lighting is provided throughout the entire building with exit signs on separate electrical circuits The facility was equipped with an emergency/egress lighting system.

10

8

4.10

Classroom doors are recessed and open outward A portion of classroom doors are not recessed and open outward.

10

7

4.11

Building security systems are provided to assure uninterrupted operation of the educational program The facility contains a motion sensor security system with magnetic lock controlled access at a portion of the entries.

10

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4.12

Flooring (including ramps and stairways) is maintained in a non-slip condition Classrooms/educational areas were equipped with carpet/vinyl tile. Corridors were terrazzo. Asbestos tile is suspected.

5

3

4.13

Stair risers (interior and exterior) do not exceed 6 1/2 inches and range in number from 3 - 16 Stair risers do not exceed 7’’.

5

4

4.14

Glass is properly located and protected with wire or safety material to prevent accidental student injury Safety glazing was identified at some locations.

5

4

4.15

Fixed Projections in the traffic areas do not extend more than eight inches from the corridor wall Drinking fountains project into corridors.

5

4

4.16

Traffic areas terminate at an exit or a stairway leading to an egress Main corridors lead to exits. A portion of exits are not accessible due to level changes.

5

4

Emergency Safety

Points Allocated

Points

4.17

Adequate fire safety equipment is properly located Fire extinguishers were provided throughout the facility.

15

13

4.18

There are at least two independent exits from any point in the building Remote means of egress were provided from most areas. The facility is equipped with an exterior fire escape.

15

13

4.19

Fire-resistant materials are used throughout the structure

15

10

Rated assemblies could not be identified at the older portions of the structure. Masonry wall construction may provide equivalence rating.

4.20

Automatic and manual emergency alarm system with a distinctive sound and flashing light is provided

15

12

The facility is equipped with a fire alarm system with manual pull stations. A portion of the occupiable spaces are lacking horn/strobe signals.

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 Typical classrooms are undersized and do not conform to the current standards established by the State of Ohio.

25

20

5.2

Classroom space permits arrangements for small group activity There is no designated space for this activity. Classrooms are undersized at older portions of the school facility.

15

10

5.3

Location of academic learning areas is near related educational activities and away from disruptive noise The media center is remotely loacted in a separate addition. The gymansium is centrally located along the primary corridor.

10

6

5.4

Personal space in the classroom away from group instruction allows privacy time for individual students There is no designated space for this activity. Classrooms are undersized at older portions of the facility.

10

5

5.5

Storage for student materials is adequate The majority of the facility is lacking lockers or cubbies for student storage. Corridors are equipped with coat hooks.

10

6

5.6

Storage for teacher materials is adequate Storage space is limited. There is little casework in classrooms in older addition areas.

10

5

Special Learning Space

Points Allocated

Points

5.7

Size of special learning area(s) meets standards Classrooms are undersized and do not conform to current standards established by the State of Ohio.

15

9

5.8

Design of specialized learning area(s) is compatible with instructional need Classrooms are undersized and do not conform to current standards established by the State of Ohio.

10

7

5.9

Library/Resource/Media Center provides appropriate and attractive space The media center is a recent addition to the complex.

10

8

5.10

Gymnasium (or covered P.E. area) adequately serves physical education instruction The gymnasium serves as student dining.

5

2

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

Classrooms are undersized and do not conform to the current standards established by the State of Ohio at older portions of the complex.

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5.12

Music Program is provided adequate sound treated space Music education takes place in a dedicated classroom. There are limited sound treatments. Area is used for art and science education.

5

3

5.13

Space for art is appropriate for special instruction, supplies, and equipment Art education takes place in a dedicated multi-purpose classroom that is also utilized for music and science education.

5

3

School Facility Appraisal

Points Allocated

Points

5.14

Space for technology education permits use of state-of-the-art equipment Technology education takes place in a dedicated classroom in the 1994 addition.

5

5

5.15

Space for small groups and remedial instruction is provided adjacent to classrooms There is no designated space for this activity. Desks and tables are located in corridors at older areas of the complex.

5

1

5.16

Storage for student and teacher material is adequate Classroom storage provisions are limited at older areas of the complex. Equipment is being stored in the corridors.

5

2

Support Space

Points Allocated

Points

5.17

Teacher’s lounge and work areas reflect teachers as professionals Accommodations are limited.

10

7

5.18

Cafeteria/Kitchen is attractive with sufficient space for seating/dining, delivery, storage, and food preparation The gymnasium serves as student dining.

10

6

5.19

Administrative offices provided are consistent in appearance and function with the maturity of the students served Administrative offices are located near the main entry.

5

2

5.20

Counselor’s office insures privacy and sufficient storage Office provisions are limited and the area is dated.

5

2

5.21

Clinic is near administrative offices and is equipped to meet requirements The facility is lacking appropriate clinic provisions. An existing restroom is being used as a clinic.

5

2

5.22

Suitable reception space is available for students, teachers, and visitors Administrative areas are undersized and do not conform to the current standards established by the State of Ohio.

5

2

5.23

Administrative personnel are provided sufficient work space and privacy Administrative work space is limited.

5

2

TOTAL - Educational Adequacy Back to Assessment Summary

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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 Exterior masonry construction is appropriate for educational design. The media center addition is a pleasant design.

15

10

6.2

Site and building are well landscaped The site contains mature trees and open lawn, with few additional amenities.

10

7

6.3

Exterior noise and poor environment do not disrupt learning The site is located in a residential area with light traffic.

10

8

6.4

Entrances and walkways are sheltered from sun and inclement weather The majority of entrances were not equipped with overhangs.

10

5

6.5

Building materials provide attractive color and texture

5

4

The facility materials are consistent at the older portions of the complex. The media center addition provides a pleasant environment.

Interior Environment

Points Allocated

Points

6.6

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

20

15

Interior finishes and casework are worn and dated. There was no unified color scheme at the 1932, 1942, and 1952 additions.

6.7

Year around comfortable temperature and humidity are provided throughout the building

15

5

The majority of the facility is not equipped with air conditioning. A limited portion of the media center addition is provided with air conditioning.

6.8

Ventilating system provides adequate quiet circulation of clean air and meets 15cfm VBC requirement The ventilation system does not conform to current OSDM standards at dated portions of the complex.

15

10

6.9

Lighting system provides proper intensity, diffusion, and distribution of illumination Lighting levels are below OSDM standards in some areas.

15

12

6.10

Drinking fountains and restroom facilities are conveniently located The majority of restrooms/toilet rooms do not provide accessible accommodations, except at the media center addition.

15

10

6.11

Communication among students is enhanced by commons area(s) for socialization The gymnasium and media center provide common areas for students.

10

7

6.12

Traffic flow is aided by appropriate foyers and corridors

10

8

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Corridors are sized for circulation.

6.13

Areas for students to interact are suitable to the age group The gymnasium and the media center provide areas for interaction.

10

7

6.14

Large group areas are designed for effective management of students The gymnasium serves as student dining.

10

6

6.15

Acoustical treatment of ceilings, walls, and floors provides effective sound control Acoustic ceilings are provided in some areas. A portion of ceilings are plaster.

10

6

6.16

Window design contributes to a pleasant environment Inset panels reduce daylight quantities at the 1932 addition.

10

8

6.17

Furniture and equipment provide a pleasing atmosphere The majority of the existing furniture and equipment is a combination of newer and dated furnishings.

10

5

TOTAL - Environment for Education Back to Assessment Summary

200

133

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Justification for Allocation of Points

Building Name and Level:

Hadden Elementary K-5

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 The building is not suppressed. The majority of the complex is not equipped with air conditioning.

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Main Assessment Menu - Riverside Local Local SD (47894) - Hadden Elementary (14811)

Building Summary - Hadden Elementary (14811)
District: Name: Riverside Local Local SD Hadden Elementary Painesville,OH 44077 Bldg. IRN: 14811 Current Grades Proposed Grades Current Enrollment Projected Enrollment Addition Original Building Classroom/Kitchen Addition Media Center Addition Total *HA *Rating = Handicapped Access =1 Satisfactory =2 Needs Repair =3 Needs Replacement *Const P/S = Present/Scheduled Construction FACILITY ASSESSMENT Cost Set: 2007 A. Heating System B. Roofing C. Ventilation / Air Conditioning D. Electrical Systems E. Plumbing and Fixtures F. Windows G. Structure: Foundation H. Structure: Walls and Chimneys I. Structure: Floors and Roofs J. General Finishes K. Interior Lighting L. Security Systems M. Emergency/Egress Lighting N. Fire Alarm O. Handicapped Access P. Site Condition Q. Sewage System R. Water Supply S. Exterior Doors T. Hazardous Material U. Life Safety V. Loose Furnishings W. Technology X. Construction Contingency / Non-Construction Cost Rating 3 3 1 3 3 3 1 2 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 3 3 3 3 3 Renovation Cost Factor Cost to Renovate (Cost Factor applied) 104.16% $5,518,322.75 K-5 N/A 311 N/A Date HA 1932 no 1942 no Number of Floors 2 2 2 1 Current Square Feet Acreage: Teaching Stations: Classrooms: County: Contact: Phone: Lake Mr. Tim St. Clair 440-354-4414 By: By: Tony Schorr Jeff Tuckerman Area: Northeastern Ohio (8)

Address: 1800 Mentor Ave

Date Prepared: 2008-03-11 Date Revised: 2008-08-26 10 16 14 Cover Sheet 1.0 The School Site Section CEFPI Appraisal Summary

Points Possible Points Earned Percentage Rating Category ‹ 200 400 200 400 400 400 ‹ 2000 ‹ 162 270 128 294 244 266 ‹ 1364 ‹ 81% 68% 64% 74% 61% 67% ‹ 68% ‹ Satisfactory Borderline Borderline Satisfactory Borderline Borderline ‹ Borderline

2.0 Structural and Mechanical Features 19,184 3.0 Plant Maintainability 3,527 4.0 Building Safety and Security 5.0 Educational Adequacy 5,698 6.0 Environment for Education 4,822 Commentary 33,231 Total C=Under Contract

Classroom Wing Addition 1952 no 1994 yes

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

$963,699.00 $118,687.00 $0.00 $523,388.25 $189,231.50 $113,795.00 $0.00 $100,840.00 $0.00 $524,958.00 $166,155.00 $83,077.50 $33,231.00 $49,846.50 $322,940.90 $292,852.50 $0.00 $0.00 $24,000.00 $22,800.00 $263,000.75 $113,636.00 $354,907.08 $1,036,882.93 $5,297,928.91 Previous Page

Total

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Environmental Hazards - Riverside Local Local SD (47894) - Hadden Elementary (14811) - Original Building Environmental Hazards - Riverside Local Local SD (47894) - Hadden Elementary (14811) - Original Building

Owner: Facility: Date:

Riverside Local Local SD Hadden Elementary

Bldg. IRN: BuildingAdd: Consultant Name:

14811 Original Building

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/Tile Ceiling Removal 10. Resilient Flooring Removal, Including Mastic 11. Roofing Removal 12. (Sum of Lines 1-11) 13. (Sum of Lines 1-9) B. Removal Of Underground Storage Tanks Tank No. 1. (Sum of Lines 1-0) Location

Status Quantity Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Not Present 0 Reported Asbestos-Containing Material 7600 Not Present 0 Total Asb. Hazard Abatement Cost for Renovation Work Total Asb. Hazard Abatement Cost for Demolition Work

AFM=Asbestos Free Material Unit Cost Estimated Cost $10.00 $0.00 $8.00 $0.00 $8.00 $0.00 $20.00 $0.00 $7.00 $0.00 $15.00 $0.00 $7.00 $0.00 $6.00 $0.00 $3.00 $0.00 $3.00 $22,800.00 $2.00 $0.00 $22,800.00 $0.00 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 for LBP Mock-Ups 3. (Sum of Lines 1-2) D. Fluorescent Lamps & Ballasts Recycling/Incineration Area Of Building Addition 1. 19184 0 E. Other Environmental Hazards/Remarks 1. (Sum of Lines 1-0) 2. (Sum of Lines 1-0) Description Total Cost for Other Environmental Hazards - Renovation Total Cost for Other Environmental Hazards - Demolition

Addition Constructed after 1980 $0.00 $0.00 Total Cost for Lead-Based Paint Mock-Ups $0.00 Not Applicable Total Cost $0.00 None Reported Cost Estimate $0.00 $0.00

Square Feet w/Fluorescent Lamps & Ballasts

Unit Cost $0.05

F. Environmental Hazards Assessment Cost Estimate Summaries 1. A12, B1, C3, D1, and E1 2. A13, B1, D1, and E2 * INSPECTION ASSUMPTIONS for Reported/Assumed Asbestos-Free Materials (Rep/Asm AFM): a. b.

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

$22,800.00 $0.00

Unless reported otherwise by the District, materials installed after 1980 are assumed to be asbestos-free. Unless reported otherwise by the District, small quantities (less than 1,000 square feet) of the following materials are assumed to be asbestos free: hard plaster, acoustical plaster and gypsum board systems; acoustical panels and tiles; fireproofing; 12"×12" floor tile and mastic. Unless reported otherwise by the District, all roofing materials are assumed to be asbestos-free.

c.

THESE MATERIALS SHOULD BE PROPERLY SAMPLED AND ANALYZED FOR ASBESTOS PRIOR TO DISTURBING THEM.

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