CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM LEGISLATIVE REQUEST 2001-2002

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM  LEGISLATIVE REQUEST 2001-2002
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
LEGISLATIVE REQUEST
2001-2002
ANCHORAGE SCHOOL DISTRICT
Carol Comeau, Superintendent
ANCHORAGE SCHOOL BOARD OF EDUCATION:
Peggy Robinson
Rita J. Holthouse
Tim Steele
Harriet A. Drummond
Jake Metcalfe
Debbie Ossiander
David Werdal
President
Vice President
Treasurer
Clerk
Board Member
Board Member
Board Member
JANUARY 14, 2002
SECTION ONE: OVERVIEW OF CAPITAL NEEDS AND REQUEST
Bond History:
Since 1993, the Anchorage School District has received voter approval for a total
of $580 million in school construction and renovation bonds. Of this amount,
approximately $478 million has received up to 70 percent State reimbursement
through grant funds or the debt reimbursement program.
In 1999, the District began a major undertaking of phased renovations of its high schools. Prior to
1999, with the exception of West High School, all school construction projects in 1990’s had been
directed toward elementary and middle schools. The 1999 Bond issue included funding for a
replacement school for Dimond High, a new high school in South Anchorage, upgrades at Chugiak
High School, planning for new Eagle River secondary and Muldoon middle schools. The 2000
Bond proposal included funding for continuing the secondary school renovations. Future Bond
requests will incorporate the phases needed to conclude the secondary school renovations.
Documentation of Need:
The District operates and maintains the largest physical plant of any public entity in the state, with
over 7 million square feet of facilities. The replacement value of District buildings exceeds $1.2
billion. The District has 94 facilities, housing in excess of 49,000 students and 5,000 staff members.
Anchorage educates 37 percent of the total student population of the state. It has more students
than the total of the next four largest districts. Not only is the inventory large, it is aging. Sixtythree schools are 20 to 50 years old. Eight are over 40 years old. The District’s newest high school
is 29 years old.
Building components wear out. Facility systems only last so long. Roofs deteriorate and leak,
heating and plumbing systems wear out and fail, ceiling systems give way. Various code changes
require updating electrical systems, ADA access, asbestos removal, sprinkler and fire safety
upgrades.
Functional obsolescence is another fact of life for older schools. Over the life of a school,
programmatic changes take place that demand updating the facility infrastructure. There are
schools without adequate electrical capacity to support the operation of computers that are an
integral part of the District’s educational program. Older schools have outdated science rooms that
also limit curriculum options. Without renovation, these schools do not provide our students the
same quality educational environment as our newer schools.
Additional capacity to house the constantly growing student population is the third component of
capital requirements. Anchorage is the largest district in the state and its overall enrollment has
been steadily climbing. To meet short-term capacity needs, the Anchorage School District uses over
133 relocatable units.
Effective use of operation and maintenance funding is critical to keeping Anchorage schools in
good condition. The District uses a computerized preventative maintenance program; continually
reviews the maintenance program to implement better ways of doing business; has regionalized
maintenance teams to provide better service and reduce travel time; has implemented an
apprenticeship program at no cost to the District to improve worker skills and productivity.
LEGISLATIVE REQUEST
The Anchorage School District requests that the Alaska Legislature provide debt reimbursement
funding for all or a portion of the projects identified in the proposed 2002 bond package or in the
Six Year CIP. This support is critical to the continued success of the Anchorage School District in
meeting its educational mandate. Legislative approval of funding that can be applied to future
bond issues beyond 2002 would assist the District in presenting bond packages to the voters that
include a firm commitment for debt reimbursement by the State. This could increase the public
support for school construction projects.
SECTION TWO: YEAR 2002 PROPOSED BOND PACKAGE*
Proposition 1 - Major Maintenance, Equipment and Code-Related Projects
Districtwide Major Maintenance
Asbestos/ADA/Code Issues
$1,615,000
Minor Building Renewal Projects
$7,260,000
Electrical Projects
$3,285,000
Maintenance Equipment
$1,650,000
Mechanical Upgrades
$15,795,000
Roof Replacement and Repairs
$1,860,000
Traffic Safety Upgrades
$675,000
Districtwide Major Maintenance Subtotal
$32,140,000
Code-Related Projects
King Career Center Code Renovation
$7,300,000
Districtwide Sprinkler Upgrades
$2,000,000
Code-Related Projects Subtotal
$9,300,000
Other Major Maintenance Projects
Public Sewer Service for Birchwood Elementary School and
Chugiak High School
Public Water Connection- Girdwood School
Other Major Maintenance Projects Subtotal
$2,200,000
$250,000
$2,450,000
Student Transportation
10 Replacement School Buses
$830,000
Proposition 1 Total
$44,720,000
Proposition 2 - School Renovations/Additions/Replacement
Bartlett High School
Phase 2 Design Funding
$1,900,000
Chugiak High School
Deferred Phase 3 Design and Construction Funding
$4,300,000
Dimond High School
Demolition Funding (Construction)
$3,000,000
East High School
Deferred Phase 1 Design and Construction Funding
$1,500,000
Phase 2 and Sprinklers Design and Construction Funding
$4,200,000
Phase 3 Design Funding
$1,200,000
Polaris K-12 School
Design Funding
$700,000
Service High School
Deferred Phase 1 Design and Construction Funding
$1,350,000
Phase 2A Design/ Construction Funding
$17,000,000
Wendler Middle School
Phase 2 Construction Funding- Match for EED Grant Funding
$9,800,000
Ptarmigan Elementary School
Design and Construction Funding
$6,400,000
Chugach Optional School
Planning and Design Funding
$500,000
Planning
Whaley School Assessment, Clark Middle School Planning,
Birchwood ABC and Willow Crest Traffic Safety
$275,000
Proposition 2 Total
*Subject to final approval by the Municipality of Anchorage Assembly
$52,125,000
SECTION THREE: PROJECT DESCRIPTIONS
Districtwide Major Maintenance
Location
Description
Item Cost
Asbestos/ADA/Code Issue Projects
Districtwide
ADA Accessibility Upgrades & Audit
$250,000
Districtwide
Asbestos Thermal System Insulation Abatement
$175,000
Districtwide
Testing and Hazardous Materials Abatement Phase II
$100,000
Districtwide
Asbestos-Containing Fire Doors Phase I
$100,000
Districtwide
Utilidor abatement Phase II
$400,000
Districtwide
Underground duct abatement/encapsulation
$100,000
Districtwide
Asbestos Flooring testing and abatement
$180,000
Service
Miscellaneous Hazardous Materials Abatement
$180,000
Tudor
Miscellaneous Hazardous Materials Abatement
$65,000
Turnagain
Miscellaneous Hazardous Materials Abatement
$65,000
$1,615,000
Minor Building Renewal Projects
Districtwide
School Site Fencing Renewal to cover 48 schools
$1,840,000
5 locations
Elevator emergency call stations – upgrade emergency phones
including dedicated phone line to meet code – Hanshew,
Chugiak High, Bartlett, East and Clark
$100,000
Abbott Loop
Window Replacement
$185,000
Airport Heights
Exterior Door and Window Replacement
$201,000
Alpenglow
Upgrade roof drain to 8” pipe and insulate sidewalk to prevent
freezing
$50,000
Bartlett HS
Exterior Entry Door Replacement
$95,000
Birchwood
Chester Valley
Replace Windows and reframe exterior walls with infill;
corridors – repair wainscot paneling, install backer at bottom of
sheetrock and new cove base
Replace ceiling tile and lights
Chester Valley
Convert north hallways from VAT to VCT
Chester Valley
Classroom Carpet Replacement
$140,000
Chugach Optional
North side of site – grading, storm drain to avoid icing
$200,000
Chugiak Elem.
Carpet replacement
$180,000
Clark MS
Replace Band Lockers
$95,000
Fire Lake
Interior Door and Hardware Replacement
$75,000
$435,000
$200,000
$85,000
Girdwood
Carpet 8 classroom/library
$55,000
Girdwood
Upgrade Site Improvements - Drainage entry and playfield
Girdwood
Replace sheet vinyl in hallway
$75,000
Gruening MS
Office Carpet Replacement
$24,000
Gruening MS
Replace classroom carpet
$375,000
Huffman
Roof drains, site storm drains to daylight, replace sewer holding
tank
$250,000
Klatt
Interior Doors and Hardware Replacement
Lake Otis
Window Replacement
$175,000
Mt. View
New Carpet in office and classrooms (30,000 sq. ft.)
$155,000
Mt. View
Replace drainage system at the parking at the East Side.
O’Malley
Roof drains, site storm drains to daylight Insulate flatwork to
protect utilities at North sidewalk, gym exit
$250,000
O’Malley
Window Replacement
$185,000
Ptarmigan
Replace lunch room tables – 10 pocket units with 2 double
tables per pocket
Rabbit Creek
Window Replacement
Ravenwood
Interior Door and Hardware Replacement
Rogers Park
Window Replacement
Spring Hill
Interior Door and Hardware Replacement
Tudor
South Side – install new drain insulation and connect to storm
drain
$150,000
Turnagain
Window, Door and Hardware Replacement
$245,000
Ursa Major
Window Replacement
$175,000
West HS
Library and Office Carpet Replacement
$80,000
Whaley
Replace Corridor Floor Finish
$65,000
Willow Crest
Replace carpet
$350,000
$75,000
$25,000
$60,000
$185,000
$75,000
$175,000
$75,000
$100,000
$7,260,000
Electrical Projects
Districtwide
27 Locations – Switches, routers, patch cable and racks
needed to serve 1998 Bond Projects and secondary school
computer upgrades
$1,050,000
Districtwide
15 Locations – Fire Alarm System Upgrade
$900,000
Districtwide
Security System Upgrades at 5 locations
$720,000
Airport Heights.
Install new Library Lighting
$50,000
Clark MS
Install new lighting in second floor classrooms and
hallway
$25,000
Gruening MS
MPR Light Replacement
$85,000
Mt. View
Gym Light Replacement
$125,000
Ravenwood
Facility Parking Lot lighting (use spare hockey light circuit)
Susitna
Classroom Lighting in 2 Pods/Ceiling Upgrade
Ursa Major
Outside lights at Playground
$5,000
$265,000
$60,000
$3,285,000
Maintenance Equipment
Districtwide
3 ea. Road Grader
$480,000
2 ea. Front End Loader
$280,000
2 ea. Sweeper
$280,000
3 ea. Dump Trucks
$270,000
1 ea. Heavy Duty Sander
$140,000
1 ea. Tanker/Water Truck
$140,000
1 ea. Heavy Duty Snow Blower
$60,000
$1,650,000
Mechanical Projects
Abbott Loop
Mechanical system upgrade phase II
$20,000
Abbott Loop
Water System Upgrade
$325,000
Airport Heights
Mechanical system upgrade including controls
$600,000
Bartlett HS
Replace Cleaver Brooks Boilers
Bayshore
Mechanical system upgrade
Benny Benson
Controls upgrade and replumb boiler system
primary/secondary
$385,000
Birchwood
Mechanical System Upgrade - Controls upgrade, replace
classroom and library cabinet unit ventilators, and re-plumb
boiler room
$780,000
Campbell
Controls upgrade
$300,000
Central MS
Replace Hot and Cold Water System throughout building
Chester Valley
Upgrade office ventilation
Chinook
HVAC Upgrade 3 pods with Admin area
$600,000
Chugach Optional
Replace boilers, expand boiler room and replace hot water
heaters
$950,000
Chugiak Elementary
Controls upgrade and repair utilidor to prevent freezing of
water in heat piping at south end
$370,000
$175,000
$1,350,000
$1,000,000
$50,000
Clark MS
HVAC Upgrade for entire school
Eagle River
Elementary
Homestead
Mechanical upgrade
Huffman
Controls upgrade
$475,000
North Star
HVAC Upgrade original building
$500,000
Northwood
Ceiling lights and sprinkler system in support of mechanical
project
$750,000
Ptarmigan
$400,000
Romig MS
Upgrade boilers, expand boiler room, reuse two boilers and add
one boiler
Controls upgrade
Sand Lake
Faculty restrooms
Sand Lake
$470,000
SAVE I
HVAC Upgrades convert to cab unit ventilators and increase
boiler capacity
Controls upgrade
Steller
Controls upgrade
$570,000
Tudor
Replace classroom and library cabinet unit ventilators
$570,000
Turnagain
Replumb boiler system primary secondary
Ursa Major
Convert from steam to natural gas, including two boilers and
boiler room
West HS
3 sets of restrooms – change from timers to sensor flushing;
upgrade interior finishes; replace domestic hot water tanks
with plate heat exchanger for showers; new shower fixtures,
including handicapped access.
Replace hot water heater
$1,500,000
$510,000
$10,000
$825,000
$20,000
$103,000
$225,000
$1,212,000
$750,000
$15,795,000
Roof Replacement and Repairs
Chinook
Kindergarten – Install tapered insulation, new EPDM and reuse
light guard
$225,000
Chugiak HS
Install new wear surface under EPDM membrane and reseal
membrane over Library, Admin and Senior Hall
$340,000
Eagle River
Install structural upgrades and sloping roof insulation
$300,000
Homestead
Repair Sky Lights and re-flash
North Star
Repair Multiple Leaks at Bldg. Transitions, reinforce boiler
room trusses; re-insulate and seal cafeteria roof facia
$350,000
Sand Lake
Repair exposed EPDM membrane, new installation and new
parapets
$550,000
West HS
Shared Library – Repair Clearstory
$35,000
$60,000
$1,860,000
Traffic Safety Upgrades
Chinook
Phase I - Construct separated bus loading loop site drainage
$420,000
Northern Lights
Construct a parent drop zone on the west side of Laurel coordinate with MOA Public Works
$150,000
Ptarmigan
Install asphalt walking path from school play area to
subdivision located south of school
$30,000
Romig
Upgrade bus loading area on west side of building, sidewalk,
lights
$75,000
$675,000
King Career Center Code Renovations
This facility has serious fire and life safety code violations, which came to light
as a result of installation of new ceiling assemblies to abate the asbestoscontaining ceiling tile.
This abatement project was necessary to allow
installation of electrical and data in support of computers. MOA Building Safety
allowed building permits for these projects to proceed with the understanding
that the District would seek funding to perform a building and fire safety code
analysis to determine the extent and relative severity of the code defects.
Schematic design and construction cost estimates have been completed.
Compounding the existing code violation issue is the fact that this facility
supports multiple programs which are on track to receive multiple year funding
for updated equipment at approximately $500,000/year. These grants do not
allow use of these funds to install infrastructure required to support the
equipment (e.g., electrical, mechanical, foundations). During the process of
correcting code violations, the District can plan ahead to assure adequate
electrical, mechanical support structures for future equipment installation needs.
Districtwide Sprinkler Upgrades
A nationwide recall of sprinkler heads that are installed at 75 percent of the District’s facilities
occurred in the spring of 2001. Under the terms of the recall, the manufacturer will replace the
defective sprinkler heads but will not be responsible for other costs associated with replacing the
heads. The District will be responsible for re-inspection and re-certification of the replaced heads.
The District must also fund the cost of replacing corroded piping that is discovered; installation of
additional earthquake bracing to meet current codes; and installation of revised sprinkler water
services and fire department connections as needed to meet current codes.
Sprinkler systems with the recalled heads that are over ten years in age have a failure rate of 70
percent to 80 percent and can not be relied on to safeguard the structures in which they are
installed. Many of the facilities in the District suffer from this condition and it is critical that these
be replaced and/or repaired as soon as possible.
Public Sewer Service for Birchwood Elementary School and Chugiak High
School
Chugiak High School and Birchwood Elementary School sewer services are currently provided by
septic systems. This project would connect these facilities to public waste water services being
installed by AWWU via lift stations and buried arctic force main pipe. A portion of the main line
construction cost would be funded by this project.
Public Water Service Connection for Girdwood School
The District has been informed by AWWU that it is strongly considering a water transmission line
route to the proposed Girdwood reservoir that would pass directly adjacent to the Girdwood School
site. The majority of the cost of this extension will be funded by AWWU, through Federal grants
and their own funding. The District is being asked to fund only a small portion of the line
extension cost as well as the cost of connecting from the water main to the school’s water
distribution system.
Student Transportation
The District currently has a fleet of 114 school buses. The District has established a maximum age
of 12 years and a fleet average age of 8 years for buses owned and operated by our contractor. Next
year thirty of the buses in the district fleet will not meet the maximum age required of the contractor.
The ten buses with the highest mileage will be replaced with these bond funds. The average mileage
of the buses to be replaced is 154,665 miles and these buses are the most costly in the fleet to
maintain. Newer buses have larger capacity (81 vs. 72 passenger). Newer buses are equipped with
electronic fuel management systems and electronically controlled transmissions, which means that
they are more fuel-efficient and produce less pollution than the older buses that they will replace.
New buses are also equipped with air ride suspensions and air brakes, which help to reduce
maintenance costs.
The District has had difficulty maintaining a regular replacement schedule over the years due to
budget shortfalls and because the cost of buses was not fully reimbursed by the Department of
Education and Early Development. School buses are now eligible for 100 percent reimbursement
from the Department of Education and Early Development. The purchase price is reimbursed over a
seven-year period.
Bartlett High School Renovation
I.
Funded
Phase 1
1.
2.
3.
Renovate IMC.
Provide Business and Visual Arts classrooms.
Modify east parking lot and east entry (Deferred to Phase 4).
4.
Provide south parking lot and entry (Deferred to Phase 2).
II. Unfunded
Phase 2A
1.
2.
3.
4.
Modify the Administration Area and “Main Place”.
Upgrade central core mechanical and electrical systems for expansion to future phases.
Replace the Little Theater with a 600-seat Theater, upgrade Performing Arts.
South parking lot adjacent to new main entry (Deferred from Phase 1)
Phase 2B
1.
2.
Provide new Science Labs and Core Academic Classrooms in the central area.
Provide emergency generator.
Phase 3
1.
2.
3.
4.
Provide new Core Academic Classrooms in the east and west wings, extending mechanical
and electrical systems.
Add ADA elevator to east wing.
Upgrade Intensive Needs area, adding new accessible west Entry.
Upgrade east and west Cafeterias.
Phase 4
1.
2.
3.
4.
Modify west parking lot to realign lanes toward entry providing bus lanes, and upgrade
athletic fields.
Upgrade Physical Education and Technology areas.
Modify east parking lot parking lot and east entry (Deferred from Phase 1).
Increase athletic field seating capacity.
III. Bartlett High School Phase Costs
1.
2.
3.
4.
Phase 1
Phase 2
Phase 3
Phase 4
$5,000,000
$19,100,000
**$19,700,000
**$15,800,000
$59,600,000
Funded 2000 Bond
** Budgetary Estimates
Chugiak High School Renovation
I.
Funded
Phase 1
1.
2.
Renovate Family Consumer Science, Art, Technology and Science Classrooms.
HVAC, electrical and fire upgrades.
3.
4.
Classroom Renovation, House 2.
Provide additional parking.
Phase 2 & 3
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Classroom Renovation, House 3.
New gymnasium, cafeteria and Kitchen.
Performing Arts Renovation (Deferred).
Sports fields upgrades (Deferred).
Address ADA access issues within school.
II. Unfunded
Phase 3 Deferred
1.
2.
Performing Arts Renovation.
Sports Fields.
Phase 4
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
House 4 – Classroom renovation.
House 1 – Minor Renovations.
Renovation Choir room to 2 classrooms.
Re-key Building.
Paint exterior.
Building interior/exterior signage.
Complete metal panel replacement.
Minor renovations.
Fire alarm detector upgrades.
III. Chugiak High School Phase Costs
1.
2.
Phase 1
Phases 1 & 2
$10,000,000
$500,000
3.
4.
5.
Phases 2 & 3
Phase 3 Deferred
Phase 4
$20,805,000
$4,300,000
**$8,700,000
$44,305,000
** Budgetary Estimate
Dimond High School
I.
Funded
1.
Replacement school.
II. Unfunded
1.
Additional funds to:
Funded 1999 Bond
Unrestricted Interest- 1999 GO
Bond
Funded 2000 Bond
a.
b.
Demolish remaining school buildings, with the exception of the Gym/Pool building.
Complete site improvements, including faculty and student parking lots, walkways,
entry plaza, tennis courts, softball field, landscaping, and associated site amenities.
III. Dimond Replacement Costs
1.
2.
Initial funding
Additional funding
$68,000,000
$3,000,000
$71,000,000
Funded 1999 Bond
East High School Renovation
I.
Funded
Phase 1
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Temporarily relocates the library (IMC).
Creates a new Cafeteria/Commons area with kitchen.
Construct north classroom wing
Three new science classrooms.
New main entry and parking on the west side (Deferred).
Upgrade of the south entrance and east parking lot (Deferred).
Fire sprinkler system funding (Deferred).
II. Unfunded
Phase 1 Deferred
1.
2.
3.
4.
New main entry and parking on west side.
Upgrades of south entry and east parking lot.
Commons sound equipment.
Conversion of electrical service from primary to secondary.
Phase 2
1.
2.
Construct south classroom wing shell for temporary location of IMC.
Fire sprinkler system funding.
Phase 3
1.
2.
600-seat auditorium/theatre.
Upgrade performing arts, life skills and home economic classrooms.
Phase 4
1.
2.
Phase 5
Renovate old performing arts area for permanent location for the library (IMC).
Complete south classroom wing.
1.
2.
3.
Renovate northeast classroom wing.
Renovate art classrooms.
Bus parking upgrades.
Phase 6
1.
2.
3.
Renovate east classroom wing.
Renovate west classroom wing.
Sports fields.
III. East High School Phase Costs
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Phase 1
Phase 1 Deferred
Phase 2
Phase 3
Phase 4
Phase 5
Phase 6
$10,422,000
$1,500,000
$4,200,000
$12,200,000
**$5,500,000
**$5,100,000
**$11,700,000
$50,622,000
Funded 2000 Bond
** Budgetary Estimate
Polaris K-12 Renovation
I.
Funded
1.
Educational Specifications to support a K-12 school of 500 students.
1997 GO Bond Funding.
II. Unfunded
*Phase 1
1.
2.
3.
4.
Gym addition.
Building renovation.
Site improvements.
Additional classroom storage.
*Phase 2
1.
2.
3.
4.
Classroom addition.
Electrical/mechanical upgrades.
Building renovation.
Site improvements.
III. Polaris K-12 Project Costs
1.
2.
Design
Phase 1
$700,000
**$3,500,000
3.
Phase 2
**$7,500,000
$11,000,000
* Project Phases & Costs will be identified fall of 2002
** Budgetary Estimate
Service High School Renovation
I.
Funded
Phase 1A
1.
2.
3.
4.
Add fourth access drive from Abbott and renovate the visitor/drop-off area.
Relocate the existing portable classroom units from the east parking lot area to the front of
the school and provide electrical and technology connection (Deferred).
Upgrade the east access drive.
East parking lot upgrades (Deferred).
Phase 1B
1.
2.
Renovate the existing Science Building.
Upgrade mechanical and electrical systems as required.
II. Unfunded
Phase 1 Deferred
1.
2.
3.
4.
Installation of portables to support Phase 2A.
East parking lot upgrades.
Relocate hockey rink.
Upgrade electrical service.
Phase 2A
1.
2.
3.
4.
Renovations and additions of the two-story west classroom wing.
Upgrade the boiler plant and electrical systems.
Install fire sprinklers.
Continue sitework improvements.
Phase 2B
1.
2.
Addition to and renovations of the two-story east classroom wing.
Continue site work improvements.
Phase 3
1.
2.
3.
Demolish the Administration wing and relocate the Administration wing.
Move the library (IMC) to its new location.
Continue site work improvements.
a. Main entry plaza/landscape.
Phase 4
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Construct new cafeteria/commons.
Renovate old cafeteria/old IMC into a new 600-seat sloped floor auditorium.
Renovate gym facilities and add new auxiliary gym spaces.
Complete new bus loading areas and student entry plazas at the east and west entries to
the new commons.
Upgrade and expand sports fields.
III. Service High School Phase Costs
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Phase 1A&B
Phase 1A Deferred
Phase 2A
Phase 2B
Phase 3
Phase 4
$7,140,000
$1,350,000
$17,000,000
**$13,300,000
**$11,800,000
**$15,200,000
$65,790,000
Funded 2000 Bond
** Budgetary Estimate
Wendler Middle School Renovation
I.
Funded
Planning and Preliminary Design – 1997 GO Bond
Phase 1 – 2000 GO Bond
1. Design of project.
2. Construction to improve access for traffic safety issues.
3. Upgrade sports fields.
II. Unfunded
Wendler Renovation project is the number one priority on the State EED Capital Improvement
Projects (FY 2003) Major Maintenance Grant Fund list. If State funds are appropriated for EED
grants this legislative session, the District is eligible to receive $12,822,000 in State matching grant
funds for this project. These funds are required to complete Phase 2 of the Wendler project.
Phase 2:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Classroom improvements supporting new science and core academic classrooms.
Small group/resource and teacher planning areas provided.
IMC improvements.
Family and consumer science, technology education, art and storage space improvements.
Administration area renovation to reconfigure this area to incorporate improved security,
nurse and support spaces.
New fire sprinkler system.
Window replacements.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
New arctic entry.
Improvements to performing arts.
New kitchen, toilet rooms, performing platform, lockers and storage.
Mechanical/electrical building system improvements.
Auxiliary and regular gym improvements.
III. Wendler Middle School Phase Costs
1.
2.
3.
Planning and Preliminary Design
Phase 1
Phase 2
$125,000
$6,045,000
$9,800,000
$12,821,521
$28,791,521
Funded 1997 Bond
Funded 2000 Bond
Proposed2002 Bond
Anticipated State Grant
Ptarmigan Elementary School Addition and Renovation
I.
Funded
1.
Planning and preliminary design – 1997 GO Bond
II. Unfunded
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
10 new classrooms.
New MPR.
New office space.
New mechanical electrical spaces.
Renovations to gym, kitchen, kindergarten rooms.
Site improvements, sidewalks, landscaping, and additional parking spaces.
Installation of offsite water line for fire protection.
III. Ptarmigan Elementary School Addition and Renovation Costs
1.
2.
Planning and preliminary design
Design and construction
$23,780
$6,400,000
$6,423,780
Chugach Optional Planning and Design
$500,000
Planning
1.
Whaley School Assessment
$75,000
2.
Clark Middle School Planning and Preliminary Design
3.
Birchwood ABC Traffic Safety
$25,000
4.
Willow Crest Elementary School Traffic Safety
$25,000
$150,000
Attachment C- Table 39
Anchorage School District
CIP Recommendations and Project Schedule
2001-2007
Assigned
Priority
Projects
1
Wendler Middle School Phase 2A
2001-02
$13,500,000
2002-03
2
Service High School Phase 2A
3
Ptarmigan Elementary School Addition
$3,500,000
4
ML King Career Center Renovation
$3,000,000
5
East High School Phase 2 and 3
$13,752,000
6
Bartlett High School Phase 2
$17,071,000
7
New Eagle River High School Construction
$40,200,000
8
Whaley School Renewal, Programmatic and Code
Upgrades
9
Polaris K-12 Phase I, Planning, Renovation and
Addition
$3,500,000
10
Districtwide Roof Replacement and Repairs
$1,275,000
11
Districtwide Mechanical Project
$4,540,000
12
Traffic Safety Upgrades
13
Districtwide Renewal Projects
$3,210,000
14
Electrical Upgrades to Support Computers
$1,553,000
15
Districtwide Maintenance Equipment
$734,000
16
Traffic Safety Planning
$110,000
17
Service High School Phase 2B
18
Wendler Middle School Phase 2B
$7,900,000
19
Dimond High School and Denali Elementary School
Demolition
$6,500,000
20
Whaley School Renewal, Programmatic and Code
Upgrades
$3,000,000
21
Chugach Optional School Renewal, Programmatic
and Code Upgrades
$2,080,000
22
Chester Valley Elementary Renewal, Programmatic
and Code Upgrades
$1,560,000
23
Districtwide Roof Replacement and Repairs
24
Districtwide Mechanical Projects
25
Traffic Safety Upgrades
$600,000
26
Districtwide Hazmat Projects
$980,000
27
Districtwide Electrical Projects
$500,000
28
Districtwide ADA Requirements
$250,000
29
Districtwide Maintenance Equipment
$1,500,000
30
Districtwide Site Planning and Acquisitions
$3,500,000
31
New Muldoon Middle School Construction
$37,800,000
32
Sand Lake Elementary School Renewal,
Programmatic, Code Upgrades and 2 classroom
addition
$1,800,000
33
Birchwood and Girdwood Elementary Schools and
Chugiak High School Public Water/Sewer Service
$3,500,000
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-2007
$15,340,000
$75,000
$675,000
$10,230,000
$700,000
$5,000,000
For projects beyond 2001-2002, the cost estimates will require verification and updating prior to submittal of funding requests, due to possible refinements in scope of inflation in construction
costs.
Attachment C- Table 39
Anchorage School District
CIP Recommendations and Project Schedule
2001-2007
Assigned
Priority
Projects
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
34
Service High School Phase 3
$8,402,000
35
Polaris K-12 Phase 2 Renovation and Addition
$3,500,000
36
East High School Phase 4 and 5
$7,843,000
37
Bartlett High School Phase 3
38
Inlet View Elementary School Renewal,
Programmatic and Code Upgrades
$3,120,000
39
Rabbit Creek Elementary School Renewal,
Programmatic and Code Upgrades
$1,350,000
40
Turnagain Elementary School Renewal,
Programmatic and Code Upgrades
$3,150,000
41
Districtwide Roof Replacement and Repairs
42
Districtwide Mechanical Projects
43
Traffic Safety Upgrades
$400,000
44
Elementary/Middle School Planning (Abbott Loop,
Airport Heights, Bayshore and Clark)
$300,000
45
Districtwide Hazmat Projects
$860,000
46
Districtwide ADA Requirements
$250,000
47
Districtwide Electrical Projects
$500,000
48
Districtwide Maintenance Equipment
49
ABC Elementary
50
Service High School Phase 4
51
West High School Completion
52
East High School Phase 6
53
Bartlett High School Phase 4
$9,841,000
54
Chugiak High School Phase 4
$5,295,000
55
Districtwide Roof Replacement and Repairs
56
Districtwide Mechanical Projects
57
Traffic Safety Upgrades
$400,000
58
Elementary/Middle School Planning (Eagle River,
Mt. View, O'Malley, Gladys Wood and Gruening)
$350,000
59
Districtwide Hazmat Projects
$750,000
60
Districtwide Electrical Projects
$500,000
61
Districtwide ADA Requirements
$200,000
62
Districtwide Maintenance Equipment
$500,000
2005-06
2006-2007
$16,438,000
$600,000
$5,000,000
$1,000,000
$16,230,000
$13,199,000
$7,000,000
$10,838,000
$600,000
$3,000,000
For projects beyond 2001-2002, the cost estimates will require verification and updating prior to submittal of funding requests, due to possible refinements in scope of inflation in construction
costs.
Attachment C- Table 39
Anchorage School District
CIP Recommendations and Project Schedule
2001-2007
Assigned
Priority
Projects
63
Clark Middle School Renewal, Programmatic and
Code Upgrades
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
$5,000,000
2006-2007
64
Eagle River Elementary Renewal, Programmatic, and
Code Upgrades
$3,215,000
65
Airport Heights Elementary School Renewal,
Programmatic, and Code Upgrades
$2,680,000
66
Wood, Gladys Elementary Renewal, Programmatic
and Code Upgrades
$3,000,000
67
Abbott Loop Renewal, Programmatic and Code
Upgrades
$2,500,000
68
Districtwide Roof Replacement and Repairs
69
Districtwide Mechanical Projects
70
Traffic Safety Upgrades
$400,000
71
Districtwide Hazmat Projects
$910,000
72
Elementary/Secondary School Planning (Birchwood,
Huffman, Tudor and Steller)
$300,000
73
Districtwide ADA Requirements
$150,000
74
Districtwide Electrical Projects
$500,000
75
O'Malley Elementary School Renewal
$320,000
76
Bayshore Elementary Renewal, Programmatic and
Code Upgrades
$2,000,000
77
Mt. View Elementary School Renewal
$3,000,000
78
Gruening Middle School Renewal, Programmatic and
Code Upgrades
$5,000,000
79
Districtwide Maintenance Equipment
80
Huffman Elementary School Renewal, Programmatic
and Code Upgrades
$1,000,000
81
Tudor Elementary School Renewal, Programmatic
and Code Upgrades
$3,000,000
82
Birchwood ABC School Renewal, Programmatic and
Code Upgrades
$2,000,000
83
Steller Secondary School Renewal, Programmatic
and Code Upgrades
$2,000,000
84
Districtwide Roof Replacement and Repairs
85
Districtwide Mechanical Projects
86
Traffic Safety Upgrades
$400,000
87
Districtwide Hazmat Projects
$745,000
88
Districtwide Electrical Projects
$500,000
89
Districtwide ADA Requirements
$100,000
90
Districtwide Maintenance Equipment
$500,000
$600,000
$2,000,000
$500,000
$400,000
$2,000,000
For projects beyond 2001-2002, the cost estimates will require verification and updating prior to submittal of funding requests, due to possible refinements in scope of inflation in construction
costs.
Attachment C- Table 39
Anchorage School District
CIP Recommendations and Project Schedule
2001-2007
Assigned
Priority
Projects
Projects Having No Assigned Priority
2001-02
2002-03
Administrative Facility Study
Charter School Housing
2004-05
2005-06
2006-2007
Study
On Going
New Anchorage Area ABC School
Site Selection
New Chugiak/Eagle River Elementary
Site Selection
New Muldoon Area Middle School
Site Selection
Space Utilization Study Involving Bayshore,
Campbell, Chinook and Taku
Study
Student Transportation Facility Site
Selection/Funding Options
Study
Review need for space utilization study involving
Susitna and surrounding schools
Study
Review need for space utilization study involving
Alpenglow and surrounding schools
Study
Elementary and Senior High School program
capacity review
Study
Total Funds Requested
2003-04
$122,035,000
$87,400,000
$68,943,000
$52,473,000
$32,075,000
$12,645,000
NOTE: Projects with attached dollar amounts will require funds to be obtained.
After 2001-02, scope and costs are estimates and require verification,
Both may be adjusted based on recommendations from Facilities
resulting from preliminary design and facility audits.
For projects beyond 2001-2002, the cost estimates will require
verification and updating prior to submittal of funding requests,
due to possible refinements in scope of inflation in construction costs.
Total 2001-02
Total 2002-03
Total 2003-04
Total 2004-05
Total 2005-06
Total 2006-07
Total 6 year CIP
$122,035,000
$87,400,000
$68,943,000
$52,473,000
$32,075,000
$12,645,000
$375,571,000
For projects beyond 2001-2002, the cost estimates will require verification and updating prior to submittal of funding requests, due to possible refinements in scope of inflation in construction
costs.
Attachment C - Table 38
Anchorage School District
CIP Recommendations and Project Schedule
2001-2007
Assigned
Projects by
Priority
Attendance Area
Bartlett:
2001-02
2002-03
6
Bartlett High School Phase 2
22
Chester Valley Elementary
Renewal, Programmatic and
Code Upgrades
########
31
New Muldoon Middle School
Construction
########
37
Bartlett High School Phase 3
53
Bartlett High School Phase 4
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
#########
########
########
Chugiak:
7
New Eagle River High School
Construction
#########
54
Chugiak High School Phase 4
64
Eagle River Elementary
Renewal, Programmatic, and
Code Upgrades
########
78
Gruening Middle School
Renewal, Programmatic and
Code Upgrades
########
82
Birchwood ABC School
Renewal, Programmatic and
Code Upgrades
########
########
Dimond:
19
Dimond High School and Denali
Elementary Demolition
########
32
Sand Lake Elementary School
Renewal, Programmatic, Code
Upgrades and 2 classroom
addition
########
66
Wood, Gladys Elementary
Renewal, Programmatic and
Code Upgrades
########
76
Bayshore Elementary Renewal,
Programmatic and Code
Upgrades
########
For projects beyond 2001-2002, the cost estimates will require verification and updating prior to submittal of funding requests, due to possible refinements in scope of inflation in construction costs.
Attachment C - Table 38
Anchorage School District
CIP Recommendations and Project Schedule
2001-2007
Assigned
Projects by
Priority
Attendance Area
East:
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
1
Wendler Middle School Phase
#########
3
Ptarmigan Elementary School
$3,500,000
4
ML King Career Center
$3,000,000
5
East High School Phase 2 and 3
#########
8
Whaley Renewal,
Programmatic and Code
Upgrades
18
Wendler Middle School Phase
########
20
Whaley Renewal,
Programmatic and Code
Upgrades
########
36
East High School Phase 4 and 5
52
East High School Phase 6
63
Clark Middle School Renewal,
Programmatic and Code
Upgrades
########
65
Airport Heights Elementary
School Renewal, Programmatic
and Code Upgrades
########
77
Mt. View Elementary School
########
81
Tudor Elementary School
Renewal, Programmatic and
Code Upgrades
2006-07
$75,000
########
########
########
Service:
2
Service High School Phase 2A
#########
17
Service High School Phase 2B
34
Service High School Phase 3
########
39
Rabbit Creek Elementary School
Renewal, Programmatic and
Code Upgrades
########
50
Service High School Phases 4
67
Abbott Loop Renewal,
Programmatic and Code
Upgrades
80
Huffman Elementary School
Renewal, Programmatic and
Code Upgrades
75
O'Malley Elementary School
########
########
########
########
$320,000
For projects beyond 2001-2002, the cost estimates will require verification and updating prior to submittal of funding requests, due to possible refinements in scope of inflation in construction costs.
Attachment C - Table 38
Anchorage School District
CIP Recommendations and Project Schedule
2001-2007
Assigned
Projects by
Priority
Attendance Area
West:
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
21
Chugach Optional School
Renewal, Programmatic and
Code Upgrades
38
Inlet View Elementary School
Renewal, Programmatic and
Code Upgrades
########
40
Turnagain Elementary School
Renewal, Programmatic and
Code Upgrades
########
51
West High School Completion
83
Steller Secondary School
Renewal, Programmatic and
Code Upgrades
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
########
########
########
Districtwide:
9
Polaris K-12 Phase I Planning,
Renovation and Addition
$3,500,000
13
Districtwide Renewal Projects
$3,210,000
16
Traffic Safety Planning
30
Districtwide Site Planning and
Acquisitions
########
33
Birchwood and Girdwood
Elementary, Chugiak High
School Public Water/Sewer
Service
########
35
Polaris K-12 Phase 2 Renovation
and Addition
44
Elementary/Middle School
Planning (Abbott Loop, Airport
Heights, Bayshore and Clark)
49
ABC Elementary
58
Elementary/Middle School
Planning (Eagle River, Mt.
View, O'Malley, Gladys Wood
and Gruening)
72
Elementary/Secondary School
Planning (Birchwood, Huffman,
Tudor and Steller)
*
Districtwide Hazmat Projects
*
Districtwide Electrical Projects
*
Districtwide Maintenance
*
Districtwide Mechanical Project $4,540,000 ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
*
Districtwide ADA Requirements
*
Districtwide Roof Replacement
and Repairs
*
Traffic Safety Upgrades
$110,000
########
$300,000
########
$350,000
$300,000
$980,000 $860,000 $750,000 $910,000 $745,000
$1,553,000 $500,000 $500,000 $500,000 $500,000 $500,000
$734,000 ######## ######## $500,000 $500,000 $500,000
$250,000 $250,000 $200,000 $150,000 $100,000
$1,275,000 $700,000 $600,000 $600,000 $600,000 $400,000
$675,000 $600,000 $400,000 $400,000 $400,000 $400,000
* Refer to Table 39 for Assigned Priority
For projects beyond 2001-2002, the cost estimates will require verification and updating prior to submittal of funding requests, due to possible refinements in scope of inflation in construction costs.
Attachment C - Table 38
Anchorage School District
CIP Recommendations and Project Schedule
2001-2007
Assigned
Projects by
Priority
Attendance Area
Projects Having No Assigned
2001-02
2002-03
Administrative Facility Study
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
Study
Charter School Housing
Study
New Anchorage Area ABC
Site Selection
New Chugiak/Eagle River
Site Selection
New Muldoon Area Middle
Site Selection
Space Utilization Study Involving
Bayshore, Campbell, Chinook
and Taku
Study
Student Transportation Facility
Site Selection/Funding Options
Study
Review need for space utilization
study involving Susitna and
surrounding schools
Study
Review need for space utilization
study involving Alpenglow and
surrounding schools
Study
Elementary and Senior High
School program capacity review
Study
Total Funds Requested:
2003-04
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NOTE: Projects with attached dollar amounts will require funds to be obtained.
After 2001-02, scope and costs are estimates and require verification,
both may be adjusted based on recommendations for Facilities
preliminary design and Facility Audits.
Total 2001-02
Total 2002-03
Total 2003-04
Total 2004-05
Total 2005-06
Total 2006-07
Total 6 year CIP
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#REF!
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#REF!
For projects beyond 2001-2002, the cost estimates will require verification and updating prior to submittal of funding requests, due to possible refinements in scope of inflation in construction costs.
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