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C ONSOLIDATED EMER G EN C Y C O M M U N I C AT I O N &

S TOC KTON P OL I C E C E N T E R
CONSOLIDATED EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION & STOCKTON POLICE CENTER

AGENDA

I. Schematic Design
A. State House Approval---10/26/15
B. Presentation of design
II. Building Expense
A. County
B. Stockton University
C. Other Expenses
III. Information Technologies
A. Computer Aided Dispatch/
Records Management (CAD/RMS)
B. Equipment
IV. Projected Operational Costs
V. Staffing/Hire Process
VI. Budget Impact for Towns
A. Reduction of Municipal Budgets-Local Government Services
VII. Tax Implications

CONSOLIDATED EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION & STOCKTON POLICE CENTER

I. Schematic Design
A. State House Approval---10/26/15
B. Presentation of design

CONSOLIDATED EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION & STOCKTON POLICE CENTER

CONSOLIDATED EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION & STOCKTON POLICE CENTER

CONSOLIDATED EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION & STOCKTON POLICE CENTER

CONSOLIDATED EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION & STOCKTON POLICE CENTER

CONSOLIDATED EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION & STOCKTON POLICE CENTER

DRAFT CONCEPT

THIRD FLOOR LEVEL:

8,503 SF

ATLANTIC COUNTY
COMMON / SERVICE

SECOND FLOOR LEVEL: 17,340 SF


ATLANTIC COUNTY
SHARED
COMMON / SERVICE

FIRST FLOOR LEVEL:

18,014 SF

ATLANTIC COUNTY
STOCKTON POLICE
SHARED
COMMON / SERVICE

TOTAL:

CONSOLIDATED EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION & STOCKTON POLICE CENTER

43,857 SF

DRAFT CONCEPT
ECC SITUATION
9.04
375 SF/
435 SF

CONFERENCE ROOM

EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS CENTER


FUTURE

VIDIO

FIRE
EMS

FUTURE

FIRE
EMS

EOC OPERATIONS
11.07
1860 SF/
2084 SF

FIRE
EMS

FIRE
EMS

FIRE
EMS

FIRE
EMS

FIRE
EMS

FUTURE

FIRE
EMS

CALL
TAKER

LIVE TRAINING
LIVE TRAINING
9.03
1068 SF/
1023 SF

FIRE
EMS

FIRE
EMS

FIRE
EMS

CALL
TAKER

ECC OPERATIONS
9.01
6335 SF/
6658 SF

FUTURE

BREAKOUT
11.10B
225 SF/
226 SF

EOC MANAGER
11.08
120 SF/
120 SF

CALL
TAKER

POLICE

CALL
TAKER

CALL
TAKER

CALL
TAKER

CALL
TAKER

EOC LOCKERS
11.14
60 SF/
60 SF

WOMEN'S
10.06.2A
280 SF/
208 SF

STOARGE
11.15
125 SF/
130 SF

DN

ELEVATOR
13.02.2
100 SF/
95 SF

SUPERVISORS
9.02
222 SF/
224 SF

MEN'S
10.05.2A
280 SF/
221 SF

TR
14.04
120 SF/
120 SF

ECC LOCKERS
10.03
150 SF/
92 SF

OUTDOOR
BREAK

STAIR
13.01.2A
220 SF/
216 SF

RAMP

RACES
11.11
225 SF/
224 SF

CALL
TAKER

POLICE

CALL
TAKER

SUPERV
ISORS

POLICE

MEN'S
10.05.2B
70 SF/
81 SF

QUIET
10.07
120 SF/
120 SF

WOMEN'S
10.06.2B
70 SF/
81 SF

CHAIR S

CUST
14.13.2
50 SF/
50 SF
TRASH
14.15.2
50 SF/
50 SF

OUTDOOR
BREAK

POLICE

POLICE

POLICE

TOR

HEAT PUMP
14.09A
300 SF/
382 SF

CONSOLIDATED EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION & STOCKTON POLICE CENTER


BREAK
10.04
1039 SF/
1039 SF

POLICE

POLICE
POLICE

FIRE
EMS

ELEC
14.03
150 SF/
160 SF

POLICE
POLICE

CALL
TAKER
BREAKOUT
11.10A
225 SF/
240 SF

POLICE

DEPARTMENT LEGEND
SHARED - CIRCULATION

II. Building Expense


A. County
B. Stockton University
C. Other Expenses

CONSOLIDATED EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION & STOCKTON POLICE CENTER

34 Positions
300 Sites
300 Units

ATLANTIC COUNTY, NJ

New County Consolidated 911 Communications Center & Emergency Operations Center

Concept Design Study - Option 2: Stockton College Site, including Stockton College PD
PRELIMINARY PROJECT COST ANALYSIS
Date: 4-Jun-12

COST PHASE - CONSTRUCTION


1.
New Construction
-Inclusive of Site Preparation, Utility Infrasturture, Utility
Plant, Interior wiring pathways, Emergency generator,
UPS, & Electronic Security Systems
Construction Subtotal
2.
3.
Contingency @
4.
Escalation to Mid-Point of Construction (20 Months) @
5.
Total Construction Cost Estimate
COST PHASE - DESIGN
6.
A/E Consultant Design Fee
7.
Telecomm. Consultant Design Fee
8.
Geotechnical Investigation
9.
Land Survey Services
10.
Inspection / Testing Services
11.
Land Development Approvals
12.
Clerk of the Works - County
13.
Other (Specify) _________________________
14.
Total Design Services

e) Improvements

only)

Project Phase: Programming/Project Initiation


TOTAL COMBINED FACILITY

34 Positions
$

14,723,000

10.0%
3.0% per annum

$
$
$

14,723,000
1,472,300
323,906

$
$
$

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
-

1,156,344
660,768
30,000
12,000
25,000
20,000
-

$
$
$
$
$
$

15,000
-

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

2,210,000
855,000
1,140,000
1,026,787
1,870,000
150,000
500,000
1,080,000
350,000
160,000
90,000
17,500
100,000
360,000
140,000
250,000
25,000
10,324,287
1,032,429
227,134

$
$
$

441,690
400,000
297,500

Allowance @ 7.0%
Allowance @ 4.0%

200 FT Tower

0%

COST PHASE - PERMITS


15.
County Conservation District
16.
Building Permit
17.
SCDot Permits
18.
Water Service / Sanitary Service
19.
FAA Aproval
20
20.
Other
21.
Total Permitting
COST PHASE - TELECOMMUNICATIONS
22.
CAD/Mapping
23.
Mobile Data Software
24.
Mobile Data Computers
25.
LERMS
26.
9-1-1 Answering Positions
27.
Administrative Phone
28.
Logger-Recorder
29.
Radio Console Electronics
30.
Radio Connectivity & Infrastructure (Microwave) Improvements
31.
Communications Tower
32.
Tower Shelter
33.
Master Clock
34.
Dispatch Furniture ECC - Call-takers
35.
Dispatch Furniture ECC - Dispatch
36.
EOC Furniture/Equipment
37.
Audiovisual (allowance Atlantic County DPS only)
38.
Misc. Support Systems/Services
39.
Subtotal
40.
General Contingency @
41.
Escalation to Mid-Point of Construction (20 Months) @
42.
Total Telecommunications

Subtotal
tingency @
onths) @

24 Positions

16,519,206

10 Positions
24 Positions
36 Positions

34 Positions
300 Sites
300 Units
34 Positions
24 Positions

200 FT Tower

1,904,113

15,000

10%
3% per annum
10 Positions
24 Positions
36 Positions

ns Center & Emergency Operations Center


10%
3% per annum

2,210,000
855,000
1,140,000
1,026,787
1,870,000
150,000
500,000
1,080,000
350,000
160,000
90,000
17,500
100,000
360,000
140,000
250,000
25,000
10,324,287
1,032,429
227,134

College Portion based on 27% Usage

project area
35,150 GSF @ $419/SF

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
-

$
$
$
$
$
$

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

3,975,210

3,975,210
397,521
87,455

312,213
178,407
8,100
3,240
6,750
5,400
-

4,050
-

n College Site, including Stockton College PD


COST PHASE - OTHER COSTS
43.
Furniture (not including console furniture)
@ 3% of Constr. Cost
44.
Site Infrastructure Contingency (Sewer Lift Station & Domestic Water)
45.
Site Infrastructure Contingency (Fiber Optic Run @ 8,500 LF)
46.
Total Other Costs

@ 3% of Constr. Cost
Sation & Domestic Water)
un @ 8,500 LF)
47.

Current Working Estimate

rture, Utility
generator,

ngency @
onths) @

11,583,850

1,139,190

$
$
$

119,256
108,000
80,325

4,460,186

514,110

4,050

307,581

County Portion based on 73% Usage

10,747,790

$
$
$

10,747,790
1,074,779
236,451

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
-

844,131
482,361
21,900
8,760
18,250
14,600
-

$
$
$
$
$
$

10,950
-

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

2,210,000
855,000
1,140,000
1,026,787
1,870,000
150,000
500,000
1,080,000
350,000
160,000
90,000
17,500
100,000
360,000
140,000
250,000
25,000
10,324,287
1,032,429
227,134

$
$
$

322,434
292,000
217,175

12,059,020

1,390,002

10,950

11,583,850

11,583,850

831,609

$
441,690
$
400,000
Project Phase:
Programming/Project
Initiation
$
297,500
TOTAL COMBINED
1,139,190
$ FACILITY
$

31,161,359

project area
35,150 GSF @ $419/SF

5,285,927
4,800,000

14,723,000

25,875,431

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

PROJECT BUDGET
2012 COUNTY STUDY

$
119,256
$
108,000
$
80,325
College Portion based
Usage
$ on 27%307,581

$
$
$

11,583,850

322,434
292,000
217,175
County Portion based
Usage
$ on 73% 831,609
10,747,790

25,875,431

$ 14,723,000
$
3,975,210
$
10,747,790
10.0%
$
1,472,300
$
397,521
$
1,074,779
CONSOLIDATED
EMERGENCY
COMMUNICATION
& STOCKTON POLICE CENTER
3.0%
per annum
$
323,906
$
87,455
$
236,451
$ 16,519,206
$
4,460,186

12,059,020

31,161,359

3,975,210

2,210,000
855,000
1,140,000
1,026,787
1,870,000
150,000
500,000
1,080,000
350,000
160,000
90,000
17,500
100,000
360,000
140,000
250,000
25,000
10,324,287
1,032,429
227,134

5,285,927
4,800,000

& 8 ACRES OF LAND

III. Information Technologies


A. Computer Aided Dispatch/Records
Management (CAD/RMS)
B. Equipment

CONSOLIDATED EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION & STOCKTON POLICE CENTER

IV. Projected Operational Costs

CONSOLIDATED EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION & STOCKTON POLICE CENTER

CONSOLIDATED EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION & STOCKTON POLICE CENTER

V. Staffing/Hire Process

CONSOLIDATED EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION & STOCKTON POLICE CENTER

As a new unit of county government, the County


will hire personnel to staff the 911 dispatch
center. Municipalities will be required to layoff
their 911 personnel.
The County will be required by the Civil Service
Commission to deal with any re-employment lists
that may be in effect.

CONSOLIDATED EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION & STOCKTON POLICE CENTER

VI. Budget Impact for Towns


A. Reduction of Municipal Budgets--Local
Government Services

CONSOLIDATED EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION & STOCKTON POLICE CENTER

With the creation of a new unit of county


government to handle 911 dispatch, municipal
costs associated with 911 should be removed
from municipal cap base as this cost will now be
in the county budget.

CONSOLIDATED EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION & STOCKTON POLICE CENTER

VII. Tax Implications

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