0.2.04 Cost Containment Joint Use Projects/Reuse of Plans

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0.2.04 Cost Containment Joint Use Projects/Reuse of Plans
Cost Containment
Joint Use Projects/Reuse of Plans
Capistrano Unified School District
Presented by:
David Doomey, Assistant Superintendent Facilities Planning
and
Charlene Yarnall, PJHM Architects Southwest
District Profile:
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Located in Orange County, California
Approximately 195 square miles in area
More than 45,000 students
41 schools: 29 Elementary, 7 Middle, 5 High Schools
Largest Employer in South Orange County
18 New schools in last 9 years
3 New schools under construction
11 Future schools being planned
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Schools Constructed
Since 1991
18 New Schools Built in 9 Years
Don Juan Elementary
2000
Don Juan Middle School
Kinoshita Elementary
2000
Tijeras Creek Elementary
Bernice Ayer Middle School
Las Flores Elementary School
Las Flores School (K-5;6-8)
Wagon Wheel Elementary School 1997
Oak Grove Elementary School
Bathgate Elementary School
Hidden HilIs Elementary School
1994
Clarence H. Lobo Elementary
John S. Malcom Elementary School
Wood Canyon Elementary School 1994
Aliso Niguel High School
Aliso Viejo Middle School
Arroyo Vista Elementary School
1992
Foxborough Elementary School
1991
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Joint Use Projects
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Agreements with other jurisdictions for shared use of facilities.
Most common joint use projects are park/field areas used by
students during school hours and by the community after hours
and weekends,
Benefits include more facilities / opportunities at less cost for
both parties in terms of planning, land acquisition, construction
and maintenance.
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Tijeras Creek Elementary
Project Description
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Exciting joint use projectDeveloper/City/School District
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6 acre school site adjacent to 4
acre park/community athletic
complex.
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25 classrooms, library, multipurpose, technology lab and all
support facilities within 37,680
square feet of modular
construction. To accommodate
700 students in grades K-5.
Tijeras Creek Elementary
Project Cost/Schedule
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Total project costs of $6,750,000
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7 month planning/approval process
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5 month construction period
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Tijeras Creek Elementary
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Site acquisition - land in lieu of
fees agreement minimized “out
of pocket” District expenditures
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The District was able to
minimize site acquisition to a 6
acre parcel through careful and
joint planning with the City and
Developer so that a 4 acre
neighborhood park/athletic
complex was sited adjacent to
our 6 acre parcel.
Tijeras Creek Elementary
Joint Use Planning and Implementation
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Pros
– Minimizes site acquisition
requirements for District.
– Promotes coordinated
planning to deliver true
community facilities.
– Increased use periods
improves supervision of
facilities.
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Cons
– Expanded use increases
maintenance needs.
– Scheduling requires
close coordination.
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Moulton
Joint-Use Park
Dana Hills High School
Joint-Use Sports Park
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Re-Use of Plans
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Involves reuse of building footprint at
different project sites.
Reduces planning/coordination
process as previous school is used as
a tangible development model.
Decreases time and expense in
preparing construction drawings.
Streamlines application and approval
process through Division of State
Architect and the Office of Public
School Construction.
Enables District to project more
accurate construction costs.
Kinoshita Elementary School
San Juan Capistrano
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The school site is located in the
City of San Juan Capistrano.
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Elementary School plan has
been repeated at 8 sites.
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Ladera Elementary School #1
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The plan incorporates joint use
of an adjacent 3-acre
neighborhood park.
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This project is a “re-use” of the
Arroyo Vista model, modified to
include the State’s Class Size
Reduction Program.
Ladera
K-5,6-8 School
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The plan incorporates a joint
use library and adjacent 7-acre
neighborhood park.
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This project is a modified “reuse” of the Don Juan Avila plan.
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Ladera Elementary School #2
Tesoro
High School
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Re-use of Aliso Niguel High
School constructed in 1992.
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Aliso Niguel plan is being
repeated at current construction
site.
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Las Flores K-8 School
Two Story Modular Classroom Addition
Las Flores K-8 School
Two Story Modular Classroom Addition
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18 two story classrooms built in the
same footprint as 8 single story
classrooms.
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Efficiently utilized District’s School
Facility Program eligibility - 150
pupil grants to house 486 students.
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4 months to construct.
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$125 per square foot project costs.
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$2,100,000 total costs.
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Approximately 25% savings over
standard construction.
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Don Juan Avila
K-8 School
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Re-use of Aliso Viejo K-8 school
construction in 1993.
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Middle School plan has been
repeated at 5 sites.
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Original plan to be
supplemented with a two story
modular addition similar to that
which was constructed at Las
Flores
Don Juan Avila
K-8 School
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In Summary:
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Cost containment measures which include Joint Use Projects,
Reuse of Plans and 2 Story Modular Additions have greatly
benefited CUSD by:
– Lowering acquisition and construction costs - in essence
lowering State and local financial responsibilities
– Reducing land acquisition requirements
– Shortening processing and approval timelines
– Creating effective working relationships between the
District, developer and community
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