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Introduction

Existing Conditions

Identified Items and Costs

-History of Improvements

-Plan Overview -Leadership and Partners -Executive Summary

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-Population & Development New Construction -Enrollment Trends -School Capacity -DCSD Service Area -Methodology -Facility Profiles

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June 21, 2016 Douglas County School Master Capital Plan 2016-17

DCSD Board of Education, Administration, and Community,

The Douglas County School District Master Capital Plan encompasses a five-year period (2016-2021) and represents an important tool in the District’s planning decisions. It is used to prioritize school sites for future schools in order to provide capacity for student enrollment. It is also used to identify prioritized future projects for facilities and equipment. Recognizing school facilities must adapt to educational requirements and that the District exists in a dynamic community, it is imperative that planning is adaptive. The total estimated cost for all projects in the 2016-17 Master Capital Plan over the next five years is $304$366 million. This includes all forecasted reinvestment projects for Facilities (including charter schools), Security, Transportation, and Technology for all four tiers of all priorities which are estimated at $220-$282 million. This amount also includes new construction over the next five years estimated at $84.2 million. If the District were to revise its standards to value engineered facilities, the estimated new construction costs for the next five years is approximately $71.6 million. The 2016-17 Master Capital Plan continues to use the new approach of communicating forecasted projects that was implemented last year. In the past, projects were listed in general categories by year. The new approach improves the clarity by listing projects by their tier and their priority. Tiers rank the significance of assets and their effect on the functionality of the building and priority classes reflect the condition of the asset. The Long Range Planning Committee was created in 1983 to support Douglas County School District staff in their efforts to address the District’s facility projects. The charge of the Long Range Planning Committee is to continually analyze community population change and trend data, evaluate population impacts on District education and support facilities, and collect community feedback. The Committee also recommends appropriate actions to the Board of Education regarding school attendance boundaries, facility usage (including facility construction, renovation, or closure) and anticipated capital outlay requirements. Every year the Committee presents the updated Master Capital Plan to the Board of Education with recommendations for specific projects that may be needed in the next five years. The Long Range Planning Committee is one of three committees of the Board of Education and is comprised of two representatives from each high school feeder area, two at-large members, two charter school representatives, and a representative of the development community. The Master Capital Plan outlines the projects that assist the Board of Education on future funding strategies.

Sincerely, Todd Warnke Chair, Long Range Planning Committee

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Master Capital Plan Overview The Douglas County School District Master Capital Plan encompasses a five-year period (2016-2021) and represents an important tool in the District’s planning decisions. It is used to identify and prioritize school sites for future schools in order to satisfy student enrollment needs. It is also used to prioritize funding for capital reinvestment and new construction. Recognizing that school facilities must adapt to fluid educational requirements and the District exists in a dynamic community, it is imperative that planning for future educational and facility needs of the District is ongoing. This document is updated on an annual basis in coordination with the Long Range Planning Committee.

Administration

DCSD Leadership and Partners

Ann Johnson, Development & Innovation Officer Bonnie Betz, Chief Financial Officer Brian Cesare, Chief Human Resources Officer Dr. Elizabeth Celania-Fagen, Superintendent Dr. Steven Cook, Assistant Superintendent-Secondary Education Randy Barber, Internal Communications Officer Dr. Jason Germain, Chief Student Advocacy Officer Paula Hans, Public Information Officer Dr. Dana Johnson-Strother, Chief Academic Officer Ted Knight, Assistant Superintendent-Elementary Education Matt Reynolds, Chief System Performance Officer Robert Ross, Legal Counsel Gautam Sethi, Chief Technology Officer Jess Stainbrook, Chief Community Relations Officer Thomas Tsai, Chief Operating Officer

Board of Education Meghann Silverthorn, President, Director District G Judith Reynolds, Vice President, Director District D Doug Benevento, Director District E James Geddes, Director District B Anne-Marie Lemieux, Director District C David Ray, Director District F Wendy Vogel, Director District A

Long Range Planning Committee The Long Range Planning Committee was created in 1983 to work with Douglas County School District.The committee is comprised of two representatives from each high school feeder area, two at-large members, two charter school representatives, and a representative of the development and home building community. The Long Range Planning Committee is one of three committees of the Board of Education. The charge of the Long Range Planning Committee is to continually analyze community population data, evaluate population impacts on District education and support facilities, and collect community feedback. The Committee also recommends appropriate actions to the Board of Education regarding school attendance boundaries, facility usage (including facility construction, renovation, or closure) and anticipated capital outlay requirements. Every year the Committee presents the updated Master Capital Plan to the Board of Education with recommendations for specific projects that may be needed in the next five years. 2015-16 LRPC Membership East Planning Area Vacant, Chaparral High School Vacant, Chaparral High School Gail Feeder, Legend High School Katie Fox, Legend High School Vacant, Ponderosa High School Karen Zimmerman, Ponderosa High School North Planning Area Kay Dry, Highlands Ranch High School Vacant, Highlands Ranch High School Brad Geiger, Mountain Vista High School Vacant, Mountain Vista High School Cindy Barnard, Rock Canyon High School Vacant, Rock Canyon High School Vacant, Thunder Ridge High School Stephanie Stanley, Thunder Ridge High School

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West Planning Area Vacant, Castle View High School Vacant, Castle View High School Vacant, Douglas County High School Vacant, Douglas County High School Charters Todd Warnke, Charter School Community Rudy Lukez, Charter School Community At Large Caryn Becker, At Large Vacant, At Large Non-voting Members Meghann Silverthorn, Board of Edication Liaison Rich Cosgrove, Director of Planning & Construction Tom McMillen, Choice Programming Representative Vacant, Secondary Education Representative Kurt Wolter, Development Community

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Executive Summary Douglas County School District encompasses over 850 square miles and serves approximately 68,000 students in grades preschool through twelve. The District operates 46 elementary schools, 9 middle schools, and 9 high schools. Additionally, the District includes 14 charter schools, 2 magnet schools, 1 alternative high school, 1 evening school, 1 online school, 1 student support center, and 68 preschool classrooms. District facilities equate to over six million square feet of space. Douglas County School District’s most important reinvestment items over the next 5 years are estimated to cost approximately $52.3-$70.9 million (depending on potential regulatory, project management, and inflation costs). Of the total $52.3-$70.9 million needed over the next 5 years, approximately $42.9$61.4 million is for facility reinvestment, $8.5 million is for technology, $630,000-$729,000 is needed to comply with State of Colorado code and mandates, and approximately $295,000 is required to meet Transportation’s most important needs. Important facility reinvestment items in year 1are estimated to cost approximately $28.3-$36.8 million. Of these important facility reinvestment items in year 1, it is estimated that approximately $22-$28.6 million would address those capital items that may interrupt the education program if a failure were to occur. New construction needs over the next 5 years are estimated at approximately $84.2 million. If the District were to revise their standards to value engineer facilities, the estimated new construction costs for the next 5 years are approximately $71.6 million. DCSD Charters can submit facility and infrastructure needs to the Planning & Construction department. While reasonable efforts have been made to provide data on Charter needs, DCSD does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the data provided by Charters. Prioritization of facility needs is based upon DCSD standards. These classifications may not reflect Charter preference and/or program needs. Charter schools currently fund their own capital needs. 2016-2021 Tier 1-High Priority Items by Type State Mandate/Compliance Transportation $600,000 $295,000 Technology $8.5M

Facility Reinvestment $37.3M

Total: $52.3M -$70.9M 2016-2021 New Construction Parker Early Childhood Center $7.1M

*Total includes potential inflation, regulatory, professional services, and contracting costs

Castle Rock Parker Bus Early Childhood Terminal Land Center Addition Purchase $2.3 M $3.1M

Castle View High School Addition $10.6M

Parker Bus Terminal $32.2M

Elementary School-The Meadows $28.9M

Total: $84.2M *Total includes potential inflation, regulatory, professional services, and contracting costs

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Existing Conditions Douglas County Population and Development Population The Douglas County population estimate for January 1, 2016 is 327,230 persons. The estimates for the past few years have been revised upward to better reflect data and methodology from the State Demography Office. When the annual January 1st estimates are produced, they often need to be revised when better data becomes available. The new January 1st estimates are: 319,210 in 2015; 309,760 in 2014; 300,500 in 2013; and 293,000 in 2012. With this revision, the population growth rate from January 1, 2015 to January 1, 2016 is 2.5%. Permit Trends Permits issued for new housing in all of Douglas County decreased slightly compared to 2014, with 3,279 housing units permitted in 2015. Apartment units are 35% of the total new units permitted, with the majority of these located in Parker and the Primary Urban Area. Commercial buildings started in 2015 include three libraries, three assisted living or nursing care facilities, and several retail buildings at the Promenade development in Castle Rock. Residential Development In 2015, 2,822 new housing units were completed in Douglas County, which was a 2.5% increase in the total housing stock. The County’s total housing stock as of January 1, 2016, is 117,290 units. Single family detached houses account for 77% of that total. The incorporated cities and towns in Douglas County contain 41% of the total housing stock. Ninety-one percent of all housing units are located in the urban designated areas of the County which is 18% of the total land area of the County.

Residential Sales The median price of all homes sold in Douglas County in the third quarter of 2015 was $399,350 which is a 14.1% increase compared to the same quarter last year. The number of sales of newly built and existing single-family houses, townhouses, and condominiums in 2015 increased 6.0% compared to 2014. The total number of foreclosure filings initiated in 2015 decreased 26% from 2014 for a total of 322. Annual Income The 2014 average annual wage for jobs located in Douglas County was $58,711 which was a 5.6% increase from the previous year. According to the 2014 American Community Survey, the median household income in Douglas County was $103,226 which ranks 6th in the nation for the highest median household income among counties with populations of 65,000 or more. The 2014 American Community Survey also shows that 4.0% of the population had incomes below the poverty level. Annual Employment The number of jobs located in Douglas County increased 4.4% from 2013 to 2014 bringing the average annual total to 107,528 jobs. The retail trade industry continues to be the County’s largest employer in 2014 with 15.8% of jobs, followed by government (11.1%), and professional and technical services (10.9%). The two industries with the greatest increases in jobs were health care and social assistance which gained 1,084 jobs, and construction, which gained 722 jobs.

Source: Douglas County Department of Community Development, 2016 Demographic Summary

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Douglas County School District Enrollment Trends

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School Level: 2000 to Present

Grade: 2005, 2010, and 2015

**Note** Enrollment totals shown above used for K-12 facilities planning and do not include PK/ECE, Home School, or any Online Program student enrollment.

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Douglas County School District Service Area Douglas County School District is comprised of three planning areas, which include the following locales: •

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East - Parker, Franktown, Cherry Valley, and portions of Aurora and Elbert County

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New Construction New Construction Needs 1-5 Year Needs Based on existing school capacities, five-year enrollment projections for the District, as well as new development, the Planning and Construction Department has identified the following new construction as a possible need. • • • • •

An addition to Castle View High School (Castle Rock) A new Elementary School in the Meadows (Castle Rock) One new Early Childhood Center in the East Planning Area (Parker) An addition to the Early Childhood Center in the West Planning Area (Castle Rock) One new terminal and land for bus and support vehicle fleet maintenance and operations (Parker)

6-10 Year Needs The Planning and Construction Department also monitors capital needs beyond the five-year Master Capital Plan. In the next six to ten years, and to accommodate future capacity and operational support needs, the following new construction is projected: •

A new 21st Century Learning PreK-8 magnet school in the East Planning Area (Parker) One new terminal and land for bus and support vehicle fleet maintenance and operations (Northwest Douglas County) 35 additional kindergarten classrooms for All-Day Kindergarten (If required and locations TBD) A new Elementary School in Meridian Village (Lone Tree/Parker) A new High School in Ridgegate (Lone Tree/Parker) Alternative Secondary School space (DC Oakes, Eagle Academy, EDSC, DC Student Support Center and other similar programs) A new Elementary School in East Castle Rock A new Elementary School in Cobblestone Ranch (NE Castle

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Land Needs The Planning and Construction Department works with local municipalities and land developers to ensure ensure suitable sites are dedicated to the school district for projected new construction needs. Based on best practices and past facility prototypes, the following acreages have been identified as suitable for the construction of new schools: • • •

Elementary Schools: 12 acres PK-8 Schools: 15-17 acres Middle Schools: 30 acres

High Schools: 60 acres

*For more information on dedicated school sites see our land inventory maps in Appendix 4

*Note* Elementary School in the Meadows-All capacity alternatives mentioned above will be evaluated and pursued before new construction. All day Kindergarten Classrooms-All day Kindergarten is not currently required by the State of Colorado. New construction costs apply if mandated.

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New Construction Cost The Planning & Construction team has calculated construction costs using three different scenarios. Cost estimates have been calculated using 1.) Current Douglas County School District Standards, 2.) Value Engineered Standards, and 3.) Residential/Commercial Standards. Cost estimates for new construction are estimated using data from recent bids for public schools in Colorado with similary facility standards. Inflation is assumed at 5% per year for all scenarios and a 39% increase for potential regulatory, professional services, and contracting costs was used. Cost estimates for land are based on recent purchases made by the District. Land prices are not inflated due to the fact that land purchase costs fluxuate due to Facility Cost various market conditions. Lone Tree/Parker High School 136,357,347

Scenario 1) Current DCSD Standards

Parker 21st Century Learning PreK-8 Magnet School

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Facility Cost Douglas County School District currently builds to the highest standards possible. These standards are Parker Expanded Bus Terminal 32,169,120 meant ensure durable, high quality facilities that will for the next 50-75 years. The District focuses Lonelast Tree/Parker Elementary 30,557,516 Elementaryto School-The Meadows 28,886,402 East Castle Rock Elementary on providing building components which are long lasting, require minimal maintenance, provide30,557,516 energy Castle View HS Addition 10,620,426 Cobblestone Ranch Elementary 30,557,516 efficiency savings, comfort. DCSD’s current standards are meant to increase Parker Early Childhood Center and increase student and staff 7,118,236 Alternative Secondary School Space 29,250,000 Parker Bus Terminal Land 3,136,320 the quality and life of the building while reducing maintenance andClassrooms utility costs. Adhering to these standards All Day Kindergarten 21,294,000 requires investing larger provideNorthwest intermittent cost savings in reduced maintenance over Castle Rock Early Childhood Center Additionamounts upfront but2,290,000 Bus Terminal Land Purchase 4,181,760 time. 6-10 Year Needs 1-5 Year Needs

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Lone Tree/Parker High School Parker 21st Century Learning PreK-8 Magnet School Northwest Expanded Bus Terminal Lone Tree/Parker Elementary East Castle Rock Elementary Cobblestone Ranch Elementary Alternative Secondary School Space All Day Kindergarten Classrooms Northwest Expanded Bus Terminal-Land Purchase

Total (Includes Estimated Inflation)

136.4 76.1 53.2 30.6 30.6 30.6 29.3 21.3 4.2

412.3M

Scenario 2) Value Engineered Standards To derive cost estimates for new construction under this scenario the Planning & Construction team researched industry approaches to reducing costs while still maintaining the functionality of facilities for their intended use. This scenario focuses on reducing DCSD’s upfront purchase costs while still providing the value needed by our end users. Some examples of the types of reductions that would be made under this scenario are summarized in the table below: Current DCSD Standards Component

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Automated/Calibrated Lighting and Mechanical Controls Carpeting Brick/block walls

Manual Lighting and Mechanical Controls Hard Surface Flooring Wood siding

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Fully adhered, un-ballasted roof (sealed, nonpermeable membrane) Drop ceilings Daylighting (translucent panels, skylights, etc.)

Ballasted roof Open ceilings (no drop ceilings) No daylighting

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Noise control/comfort Noise control/ease, cost and frequency of maintenance/shortened useful life Ease, cost, and frequency of maintenance/shortened useful life Noise control/aesthetics Energy efficiency/comfort Ease, cost, and frequency of maintenance/shortened useful life

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Elementary School-The Meadows Castle View HS Addition Parker Early Childhood Center Parker Bus Terminal Land

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By pursuing a value engineered scenario, DCSD would see initial savings due to decreased purchase costs of building components. However, these reductions ultimately result in increased maintenance costs, Facility Cost VE Cost increased utility usage frequent replacement Lone Tree/Parker High School costs, and costs associated with more 136,357,347 115,903,745 building components that are beyond their useful life. It should also be pointed out that the initial purchase cost savings seen in Castle Rock Early Childhood Center Addition 2,290,000 1,946,500 Parker 21st Century this scenario canLearning oftenPreK-8 be at the expense of comfort and aesthetics. 84,220,504 Magnet School Northwest Expanded Bus Terminal 1-5 Year Needs Lone Tree/Parker Elementary East Castle Rock Elementary Facility/Addition

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Total (Includes Estimated Inflation)

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Total (Includes Estimated Inflation)

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Scenario 3) Residential/Commercial Standards This scenario would dramatically decrease the useful life of building components and would result in facilities meant to last approximately 25 years rather than the standard 50-75 years DCSD currently targets. In addition to the trade-offs made in the value engineered scenario, DCSD could achieve significant upfront savings by making the following changes: -Constructing slab on grade rather than using a structural foundation (when feasible) -Constructing wood frame facilities in lieu of metal framing with masonry walls -Eliminating carpet and drop ceilings -Eliminating lighting, mechanical, and electrical controls -Reducing security systems and technology (not using optimal systems, limited technology) In this scenario, DCSD would face much greater costs associated with continual maintenance and increased utility costs. In general, finishes are of a lower quality in this scenario. Cost estimates were not calculated for all listed new construction. This is due to the fact that large portions of DCSD buildings cannot be built using these standards. Special learning environments (labs, art rooms, etc.), athletic amenities, and Special Education spaces have specific facility requirements and needs that can not be built to alternative standards. Rather, it is more accurate to say that for typical learning spaces an additional 60% in initial capital savings can be achieved with the use of these standards.

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School Capacity School Capacity Alternatives New construction is only one of many options available for meeting the District’s capacity needs. To address expected growth in the next 5 years some schools and programs may need to review and consider alternative methods of addressing capacity. Each alternative exhibits benefits as well as shortcomings. Below is a list of the capacity alternatives other than new construction that may be considered and a diagram of how capacity alternatives may be evaluated.

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Methodology Identifying and Prioritizing Facility and Site Needs DCSD staff updates the Master Capital Plan on an annual basis. The process for identifying and prioritizing DCSD’s capital needs took place over July 2015-January 2016 and includes two distinct steps: facility assessments and prioritizing needs based on the site component tier and priority matrix score. Below is an explanation of how these steps are performed.

Facility Assessments: Facility capital needs in the Master Capital Plan (MCP) come from a Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) list, a data base for the assessment of assets for district facilities. The majority of the list includes the building/ site systems and components in need of repair, replacement or upgrade. The CIP is a 5 year projection tool to help maintain our campuses so they function as intended or better. A facility assessment (or inventory) is a comprehensive review of a facility’s assets. Facility assessments are a standard method for establishing baseline information about the systems and components in a new or existing facility. An assessment is a way of determining the “status” of the facility at a given time – that is, it provides a snapshot of how the various systems and components are operating. A primary objective of a facility assessment is to measure the value of an aging asset relative to the cost of replacing that asset. Thus, facilities assessments are a tool for projecting future capital maintenance costs. Assessment asset needs can consist of the following; •Deferred maintenance – Systems and components that are past their end of life and create higher maintenance and future replacement costs. •Life Cycle Projection – Systems and components that through industry standard and known observable failure projections for a specific time period. •Damage/Wear – Systems and components that have not met life cycle but have been physically damaged by some means or excessive use creates non-optimal performance •Compliance – Systems and components that are in need of replacement, upgraded or added to meet federal and local codes or requirements. These are usually ADA requirements and building code changes. •System Improvements – Projects that may improve systems to perform more efficiently and save future capital resources. •Growth – Space and areas that are needed due to student population increases. •Functionality – Systems that are deemed necessary due to policies concerning security enhancements and IT infrastructure Assessments on newer facilities take place at about the 10 year mark of opening looking forward to a 15 year projected life. All facilities starting in 2015-16 are being assessed every 5 years. Some assets of a facility may be placed in the CIP based on known life cycle. The majority of systems and components fall within a life cycle range of 15-40 years. On site facility assessments are currently performed by the Facility Capital Planner. The Facility Capital Planner collaborates with Principals, Building Engineers, Maintenance Managers and staff in helping supply information to be placed in the CIP. Information may come from the maintenance work order system if the

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capital cost cannot be justified by the yearly maintenance budget. Architects, Engineers, and Consultants may also be used to determine major deficiencies when warranted. The yearly maintenance repair budget is separate from the CIP although sometimes items may be performed in conjunction with each other. Typically, capital repair/replacement costs over $5,000 are listed in the CIP, although the yearly maintenance budget may be used for repair/replacement costs up to around $30,000. Costs under $5,000 in the CIP are usually deficiency items that would be combined with others in the same type of project. Currently, the items in the CIP are for capital renewal only. Other major “wants� not for growth or equability of other facilities are placed outside the CIP but are continued to be tracked to be considered at a future date if deemed appropriate. Many energy conservation projects for energy and water savings have been taken out of the CIP but are still tracked and may be done if warranted at a future time if the return on investment (ROI) is warranted.

Prioritizing Needs: Tier Classification The Planning & Construction team, with input from the Security and Transportation*, is responsible for classifying needs based on a four tier structure. These tiers are used to rank the significance of the replacement or upgrade of facility assets, systems, components, and services as they affect the occupancy of a facility or level of service requirements. The tiers used to classify the above are as follows: Tier 1: Assets, systems and components that are necessary to occupy a facility and/or may cause large financial costs if a breakdown occurs, along with Federal, State, and Local mandated statutes and code compliance issues. Typical assets in this tier include (but are not limited to) roofing, plumbing infrastructure, HVAC, electrical systems, fire sprinkler repair/replacement, fire alarm, irrigation systems and controllers, major structural movement, site utilities, SPED buses; and state statutes for door hardware fire and security compliance. Tier 2: Assets, systems and components for suitable occupancy of a facility including security systems and components; and priority bus and support vehicle replacement. Typical assets in this tier include (but are not limited to) building exterior envelope and finishes, interior finishes, flooring, plumbing fixtures, minor mechanical, paving, surfacing, high school athletic fields, cameras, card readers, replacement buses, and snowplow trucks. Tier 3: Assets, systems and components that are part of a facility infrastructure but do not directly affect the occupancy of the facility including security upgrades and additions; and transportation buses and support vehicles for growth. Typical assets in this tier include (but are not limited to) interior wall structure and finishes, interior doors, ceiling finishes, casework, FF&E, cosmetic building structure, multi-purpose fields at elementary and middle schools, additional software programs to enhance security; and additional buses and support vehicles. Tier 4: Assets, systems and components that are more aesthetic in nature, do not affect building occupancy, and deemed the least important upgrades. Typical assets in this tier include (but are not limited to) landscaping, exterior structures, a variety of site work, and additional security doors. *Information Technology does not follow the tier classification descriptions as they are classified in their own four tiers. See IT department page.

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Methodology cont. The Safety and Security Department identifies and prioritizes their capital needs based on a variety of criteria. These criteria range from risk to safety, necessity in order to comply with Federal, State, or Local mandates, frequency of system failure, potential impact to current level of service, life expectancy, the potential to enhance systems, and process improvement strategies. The Transportation Department identifies and prioritizes capital needs in two ways. First, assets that present a significant safety concern are identified. This means that the continued operation of the asset places personnel safety, or the safety of others, in jeopardy. Assets identified in this operating condition may have components or entire structures that will not pass safety inspections. These would be assets that need to be replaced within a year. Second, assets in a mechanical condition requiring ongoing repairs that exceed current value are identified. If these vehicles can no longer be repaired, upgraded, or maintained, they are listed as needing replacement over the next five years. The Information Technology Division’s currently identified solutions and projects are prioritized on the effectiveness and impact to student education delivery. District technology initiatives are proposed by the IT division based on continual review of school staff and student educational requirements, administrative leadership, and reference to industry best practice solutions. A business case is developed to define scope, deliverables, resources, and cost estimates which then is prioritized by IT leadership. A portfolio review is conducted to ensure new initiatives are unified solutions across the district and maximize delivery of student education in alignment with our strategic goals. With a wealth of technology solutions and opportunities, the IT division focuses priority on providing the district students, staff, and administration with the most value to provide the greatest education for the students. *Detailed descriptions for the above can be seen on the respective department pages. Priority Classification Every project/need that has been listed in the CIP is ranked based on five different ‘levels’ of criteria. The criteria ‘levels’ used to score projects include the following: Cause: This criteria level is used to evaluate and score projects based on why they are needed. For example, a project could be needed to respond to or prevent a known life safety and health risk, to be code compliant, or because the system or component has failed. It could also be needed to increase functionality and efficiency or to align with District strategic priorities. A project that is required to prevent or respond to a known life safety and health risk would rank higher than a project that is desired or preferred by facility users. Similarly, a project required for code, regulatory or contract compliance would rank higher than a project that would enable the advancement of District-wide goals and strategies. Type of Impact: This criteria level is used to evaluate and score needs based on their potential to interrupt educational programming. Using this criteria level, a failing system or building component that has the potential to result in a full or partial school closure would score higher than a failing system or component that does not directly disrupt classroom instruction. Risk: This criteria level is used to evaluate and score needs based on the level of risk a system or component failure poses to staff, students, and the District as a whole. Types or risks considered vary widely and include everything from safety and health risk to financial and legal risks. Using this criteria level, a failing system or component that has the potential to compromise student and staff health and safety or close a facility would rank higher than one where the only potential risk is an opportunity loss for improvement.

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Urgency: This criteria level is used to evaluate and score needs based on when it is expected to fail based on life cycle expectancy. A building component that is past its expected life cycle would score higher than a component that has not reached the end of its expected life. Extent of Impact: This criteria level is used to evaluate and score needs based on the extent to which a potential failure could impact the District. For example, a potential failure that could impact the entire District would score higher than a potential failure that would only impact one classroom. Final rank scores for each criteria level are multiplied to calculate an overall priority score. Scores range from 1-8000 with a score of 1 being a project of the highest priority and a project with a score of 8000 being of the lowest priority. For simplicity, needs have been classified as high, medium, or low priority using the classification method shown below.

High Priority: 1 - 200 Priority Score Medium Priority: 201 - 1,000 Priority Score Low Priority: 1,001 - 8,000 Priority Score

How to Assess Capital Priorities Every opportunity for capital reinvestment has been classified based on its priority score and its tier. These two classifications have been combined to create the twelve different classes shown in the illustration below. Those opportunities and projects classified as Vital-High can be considered the most urgent and those classified as ElectiveLow can be considered the least urgent. Estimated construction costs have been summarized for each of the classes and are shown on each facility profile page.

12 classes based on priority and tier

Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority Tier 2-High Priority Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority

Estimated construction costs for capital reinvestment

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Tier 4-High Priority Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

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Methodology cont. Estimating Costs for Facility and Site Needs

Along with identifying and prioritizing facility needs, the Planning & Construction team works to provide accurate cost estimates for these needs. These cost estimates are derived by calculating estimates for 1.) Component and/or system reinvestment (materials and labor only), 2.) Potential project management costs and 3.) Additional costs due to inflation. The method used for calculating these three separate costs is discussed below. Reinvestment costs which are displayed in the ‘Estimated Construction Cost-2016’ field are contract materials and labor costs only. In general, capital reinvestment work will always require some level of regulatory, professional services, and contracting costs. Calculating Estimated Construction Costs Estimated costs in the CIP are developed in a multitude of ways: •RS Means Estimating Software – RS Means is the industry standard for estimating construction, remodeling, and repair. Costs from RS Means are contractor costs only. •Similar types or projects – Estimates are based on similar projects the District has completed in the past (marked up according to an inflation factor as necessary). •Outside resources - Architects, Engineers, and Consultants may be used to help to derive cost estimates. Estimates vary over time due to many factors: •Prices for commodities and material can vary within a few months. •Inflation is a variable from year to year ranging currently between 4-6% (the district is using a 5% inflation factor per year for projected costs). •Labor shortages drive contractor costs higher (Colorado is currently in a labor shortage). •The time of year when the project is bid and project constructed (schools typically have a majority of work done over the summer break). •Cost estimates are only that, estimates. Only when a project is bid out will the true cost be known for that particular project and time frame. Calculating Estimated Project Management Costs Along with materials and labor costs, the estimated total project cost also includes costs for design, construction, and professional services. Typically these types of costs that need to be accounted for can include fees associated with one or a combination of any of the following: •Architectural and design fees •Trade professional fees •Inspections, permitting and or code compliance fees •Contingency (costs due to unforeseen circumstances) •Contractor overhead and profit These fees can vary depending on regulatory requirements, the size, and the complexity of a project. Dependent on these factors, these costs can range from an additional 10-43% of the estimated construction cost. For example, these additional costs would be around 10% of construction costs if DCSD were to resurface a tennis court. In this instance a consultant would help to determine the product to use, create specifications for the work to be done, and help in bidding and project oversight. To replace a tennis court with posttension concrete, additional costs would be on the higher end. The District would need to contract with a soils testing agency, a structural engineer, and an observation and testing agency to assure product installation compliance. Contractor fees would be higher due to the specialized nature of the work. Calculating Estimated Inflation Costs Inflation for construction materials and labor is also included in Master Capital Plan cost estimates. An assumed 5% annual increase is used to determine a range of potential additional inflation costs for each project.

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How to Assess Individual Project and Item Costs Every site component and system need has an estimated construction cost, an estimated range for potential project management costs, and an estimated range for inflation. Cost estimates on the low end of the range assume a 10% mark-up for potential regulatory, professional services, and contracting costs. Cost estimates on the high end of the range assume a 43% markup. Inflation cost estimates on the low end of the range assume work will occur in 2018. Inflation estimates on the high end of the range assume work will occur in 2021. Materials and labor

Tier Priority

Project Description

Direct Expansion Systems. Roof top units. Replace RTU for stage/cafeteria with new RTU w/ full DX High Controls. Upgrade controllers. Count 12 Medium Interior Door Hardware. Replace painted door hinges Tier 1 Medium Irrigation Systems. Install seperate meter. Add booster pump Emergency Light and Power Systems. Generator and Transfer Low Switch. Install new generator and associated emergency systems High Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints. High Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Glazed Doors and Entrances. Replace entry storefronts in High original building Retractable Partitions. Refurbish or replace 3 classroom High How to Assess Total Costs partitions Estimated costs, potential project management High construction Paving and Surfacing. Bus Loop. Mill and overlay bus loop Highpotential Paving and Surfacing. Parking Millsummed and overlay costs, and inflation costs haveLot. been byparking facilitylot High Paving and Surfacing. asphalt walkways to give an estimated total projectRepair/replace cost. This estimate is expressed Medium Paint Exterior. in a range. The total project cost estimate on the low end of the Medium Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace in (2) boys restrooms range assumes a 10% mark-up for project management costs and T i e r 2 Medium Flooring Kitchen. Replace VCT with MMA. Abatement needed. that the work will occur by 2018. The estimate on the high end of Flooring Restrooms. Replace tile flooring in restrooms with Medium the range assumes a 43% mark-up and that the work will occur in poured acrylic High

2021.

10%-43% Mark-up

Inflation 2018-2021

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$131,300

$13100-$56400

$6565-$28229

$70,900 $12,900 $63,800

$7100-$30500 $1200-$5500 $6400-$27400

$3545-$15243 $645-$2773 $3190-$13717

$25,600

$2500-$10900

$1280-$5504

$3,800 $13,600 $42,600 $36,600 $21,300 $68,100 $42,600 $8,600 $8,600 $76,600 $59,500

$400-$1700 $1300-$5800

$190-$817 $680-$2924

$4200-$18300

$2130-$9159

$3600-$15700 $2100-$9100 $6800-$29200 $4200-$18300 $800-$3600 $800-$3600 $7600-$32900

$1830-$7869 $1065-$4579 $3405-$14641 $2130-$9159 $430-$1849 $430-$1849 $3830-$16469

$5900-$25500

$2975-$12792

Medium Wash Fountains. Replace trough washing stations with sinks (6) Materials $14,500 and labor $1500-$6300 $725-$3117 cost for all facility Medium Fixed Casework. Replace casework in original building $170,000 needs $17000-$73100 $8500-$36550 Medium Curbs, Rails and Barriers. Repair/replace areas of curb. $4,400 $400-$1800 $220-$946 Potential project Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace areas of management costs Medium $8,600 $800-$3600 for all $430-$1849 sidewalk facility needs $2500-$10900 $1280-$5504 Medium Playing Fields. Playground. Replace asphalt playground $25,600

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2015 Dollars): $897,600 Medium Interior Doors. Refinish doors, layered paint $38,300 $3800-$16400 $1915-$8234 Medium Interior Door Frames. Sand/paint door frames $19,200 $1900-$8200 $960-$4128 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $89,800 - $386,300 Medium Flooring Hallways/Classrooms. Replace tile entry flooring $13,500 $1300-$5800 $675-$2902 Potential inflation Suspended Ceilings. Replace grid ceiling and tile$44,880 in original - $192,984 Estimated Inflation Range: T i e r 3 Medium $69,700 for all facility $6900-$29900costs $3485-$14985 building needs Estimated Total Project Cost: - $1,476,884 Medium Fire Sprinkler Water Supply. Fire sprinkle building$1,032,280 $340,000 $34000-$146200 $17000-$73100 Medium Playing Fields. Baseball Field. Renovate upper baseball fields $34,100 $3400-$14600 $1705-$7331 $6800-$29200 $3405-$14641 Medium Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Renovate multi-use field $68,100 Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets Estimated total project cost range Medium $6,500 $600-$2700 $325-$1397 foundation. Medium Seeding and Sodding. Renovate grass area around school. $8,600 $800-$3600 $430-$1849 Tier 4 Medium Site Lighting Poles. Paint lighting poles $1,700 $200-$800 $85-$365 Douglas County School District Master Capital Plan | $2500-$10900 $1280-$5504 Low Planting. Add landscaping at NW corner of school site $25,600

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Academy Charter Acreage:10 Original Square Feet: 52,000 Current Square Feet: 52,000

School built in 2001 Opened in 1996

1551 Prairie Hawk Drive Castle Rock, CO 80109 District Charter School, K-8

Academy Charter-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier

Tier 1

$15,000

Tier 2

$171,000 Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority Tier 2-High Priority

Tier 3

Tier 2-Medium Priority

$505,004

Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Tier 4

$260,800

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $951,804

Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,094,575 -$1,565,718

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

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597

589

585

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

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583

2020-21

596

2019-20

612

2012-13

729

2011-12

2010-11

700

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Following is the list of identified facility projects at Academy Charter School

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$3,000

$300-$1,290

$150-$645

Repair site heating distribution gas lines and mechanical system

$12,000

$1,200-$5,160

$600-$2,580

Additional roof top cooling units in computer labs

$35,000

$3,500-$15,050

$1750-$7,525

Air conditioning in gym

$35,000

$3,500-$15,050

$1750-$7,525

Replace toilet partitions in 10 restrooms

$35,000

$3,500-$15,050

$1750-$7,525

Replace gutters and downspouts

$8,000

$800-$3,440

$400-$1,720

Replace levers on interior doors

$20,000

$2,000-$8,600

$1,000-$4,300

Playground asphalt repairs

$28,000

$2,800-$12,040

$1,400-$6,020

Replace sink countertops, 3 boys, 4 girls

$10,000

$1,000-$4,300

$500-$2,150

Caulk all windows

$10,000

$1,000-$4,300

$500-$2,150

Repair cracks above windows

$10,000

$1,000-$4,300

$500-$2,150

Paint storefront window trim

$10,000

$1,000-$4,300

$500-$2,150

Paint building interior

$70,000

$7,000-$30,100

$3,500-$15,050

$250,000

$25,000-$107,500

$12,500-$53,750

ADA ramps at new cross walk

$5,000

$500-$2,150

$250-$1,075

Raise East Entry sidewalk

$3,000

$300-$1,290

$150-$645

$15,000

$1,500-$6,450

$750-$3,225

$5,000

$500-$2,150

$250-$1,075

$10,000

$1,000-$4,300

$500-$2,150

$28,246

$2,824-$12,145

$1,412-$6,072

Upgrade facility security camera system

$35,308

$3,530-$15,182

$1,765-$7,591

Install intrusion alarm system

$13,451

$1,345-$5,783

$672-$2,891

Repair cracking in floor slab & flooring

$40,000

$4,000-$17,200

$2,000-$8,600

$800

$80-$344

$40-$172

$10,000

$1,000-$4,300

$500-$2,150

$250,000

$25,000-$107,500

$12,500-$53,750

Tier

Tier 1

Tier 2

Project Description

Minor repairs on corners of roof parapet

Complete fire loop road/parking

Tier 3

Replace damaged concrete Seal concrete/asphalt at perimeter Reskim retaining wall Install access controlled security and detection system

Replace rock at preschool area Tier 4

Repair concrete drain pans Expand main parking lot

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $951,804 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $95,180 - $409,276 Estimated Inflation Range: $47,590 - $204,638 Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,094,575 - $1,565,718 *Note* DCSD Charters can submit facility and infrastructure needs to the Planning & Construction department. While reasonable efforts have been made to provide data on Charter needs, DCSD does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the data provided by Charters. Prioritization of facility needs is based upon DCSD standards. These classifications may not reflect Charter preference and/or program needs. Charter schools currently fund their own capital needs. Douglas County School District

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Acres Green Elementary 13524 Acres Green Drive Littleton, CO 80124 Highlands Ranch High School Feeder Area, K-6

Acreage:12 Original Square Feet: 41,500 Current Square Feet:50,480

Funded by 1974 Bond Opened in 1975

Acres Green Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$202,200

Medium

$76,700

Low

$25,600

Tier 2

High

$228,600

Medium

$376,400 Tier 1-High Priority

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 1-Medium Priority

Tier 3

Tier 1-Low Priority Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

Tier 2-Medium Priority

$582,900

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium

Tier 4-Medium Priority

$16,800

Tier 4-Low Priority

Low

$26,500 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2015 Dollars): $1,425,400

Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,639,270-$2,344,461

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity on four-track calendar = 1,000 Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 918

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660

645

636

638

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

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639

2020-21

642

2019-20

652

2012-13

2010-11

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2011-12

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Following is the list of identified facility projects at Acres Green Elementary

Tier Priority

High High Medium Tier 1 Medium Low High High High High High High High Medium Medium T i e r 2 Medium Medium

Project Description

Direct Expansion Systems. Roof top units. Replace RTU for stage/cafeteria with new RTU w/ full DX Controls. Upgrade controllers. Count 12 Interior Door Hardware. Replace painted door hinges Irrigation Systems. Install seperate meter. Add booster pump Emergency Light and Power Systems. Generator and Transfer Switch. Install new generator and associated emergency systems Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints. Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Glazed Doors and Entrances. Replace entry storefronts in original building Retractable Partitions. Refurbish or replace 3 classroom partitions Paving and Surfacing. Bus Loop. Mill and overlay bus loop Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Mill and overlay parking lot Paving and Surfacing. Repair/replace asphalt walkways Paint Exterior. Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace in (2) boys restrooms Flooring Kitchen. Replace VCT with MMA. Abatement needed. Flooring Restrooms. Replace tile flooring in restrooms with poured acrylic

Medium Wash Fountains. Replace trough washing stations with sinks (6) Medium Fixed Casework. Replace casework in original building Medium Curbs, Rails and Barriers. Repair/replace areas of curb. Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace areas of Medium sidewalk Medium Playing Fields. Playground. Replace asphalt playground Medium Interior Doors. Refinish doors, layered paint Medium Interior Door Frames. Sand/paint door frames Medium Flooring Hallways/Classrooms. Replace tile entry flooring Suspended Ceilings. Replace grid ceiling and tile in original T i e r 3 Medium building Medium Fire Sprinkler Water Supply. Fire sprinkle building Medium Playing Fields. Baseball Field. Renovate upper baseball fields Medium Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Renovate multi-use field Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets Medium foundation. T i e r 4 Medium Seeding and Sodding. Renovate grass area around school. Medium Site Lighting Poles. Paint lighting poles Low Planting. Add landscaping at NW corner of school site

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$131,300

$13100-$56400

$6565-$28229

$70,900 $12,900 $63,800

$7100-$30500 $1200-$5500 $6400-$27400

$3545-$15243 $645-$2773 $3190-$13717

$25,600

$2500-$10900

$1280-$5504

$3,800 $13,600 $42,600 $36,600 $21,300 $68,100 $42,600 $8,600 $8,600 $76,600 $59,500 $14,500 $170,000 $4,400 $8,600 $25,600 $38,300 $19,200 $13,500 $69,700 $340,000 $34,100 $68,100 $6,500 $8,600 $1,700 $25,600

$400-$1700 $1300-$5800

$190-$817 $680-$2924

$4200-$18300

$2130-$9159

$3600-$15700 $2100-$9100 $6800-$29200 $4200-$18300 $800-$3600 $800-$3600 $7600-$32900

$1830-$7869 $1065-$4579 $3405-$14641 $2130-$9159 $430-$1849 $430-$1849 $3830-$16469

$5900-$25500

$2975-$12792

$1500-$6300 $17000-$73100 $400-$1800

$725-$3117 $8500-$36550 $220-$946

$800-$3600 $2500-$10900

$430-$1849 $1280-$5504

$3800-$16400 $1900-$8200 $1300-$5800

$1915-$8234 $960-$4128 $675-$2902

$6900-$29900 $34000-$146200 $3400-$14600 $6800-$29200

$3485-$14985 $17000-$73100 $1705-$7331 $3405-$14641

$600-$2700 $800-$3600 $200-$800 $2500-$10900

$325-$1397 $430-$1849 $85-$365 $1280-$5504

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2015 Dollars): $1,425,400 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $142,600 - $612,600 Estimated Inflation Range: $71,270 - $306,461 Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,639,270 - $2,344,461

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American Academy Castle Pines Campus 6971 Mira Vista Lane Castle Pines, CO 80108 District Charter School, K-8

Parker Campus 11155 Motsenbocker Rd Parker, CO 80134 District Charter School, K-8

Castle Pines school built/opened in 2009 Parker school built/opened in 2013

Acreage: 5.5 (Castle Pines), 9.1 (Parker) Square Feet: 83,000 (Castle Pines), 93,000 (Parker)

American Academy-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier

Tier 1

$30,000

Tier 2

$123,000 Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority Tier 2-High Priority Tier 2-Medium Priority

Tier 3

$0

Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 4-Medium Priority

$0

Tier 4-Low Priority

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $153,000

Estimated Total Project Costs: $175,950 -$251,685

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

915

901

896

892

885

826

882 895

896 885

886 885

890 886

894 884

900 887

655 Castle Pines Campus Parker

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2020-21

2019-20

2018-19

2017-18

2016-17

2015-16

2014-15

2013-14

0

2012-13

0

2011-12

2010-11

0

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892

896

885

915

901

826

655

882 895

892

896 885

896 886 885


Following is the list of identified facility projects at American Academy Charter School

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

Install new parking in conjunction with new park

$30,000

$3,000-$12,900

$1,500-$6,450

Install 20x30 storage building

$20,000

$2,000-$8,600

$1,000-$4,300

Add additional shrubs, trees, and plantings

$25,000

$2,500-$10,750

$1,250-$5,375

Install fencing around perimeter and service areas. Per CDE audit

$60,000

$6,000-$25,800

$3,000-$12,900

Connect sidewalks on backside of school

$18,000

$1,800-$7,740

$900-$3,870

Tier

Project Description

Tier 3

Tier 4

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $153,000 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $15,300- $65,790 Estimated Inflation Range: $7,650 - $32,895 Estimated Total Project Costs: $175,950 - $251,685 *Note* DCSD Charters can submit facility and infrastructure needs to the Planning & Construction department. While reasonable efforts have been made to provide data on Charter needs, DCSD does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the data provided by Charters. Prioritization of facility needs is based upon DCSD standards. These classifications may not reflect Charter preference and/or program needs. Charter schools currently fund their own capital needs.

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Arrowwood Elementary Acreage:10 Original Square Feet: 51,668 Current Square Feet: 51,668

Funded by 1997 Bond Opened in 2000

10345Arrowwood Drive Highlands Ranch, CO 80130 Highlands Ranch High School Feeder Area, K-6

Arrowwood Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$923,800

Medium

Low

$85,100 $0

Tier 3

Tier 2

High

$156,900

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority

High

$79,400

Medium

$72,700

Tier 1-Low Priority Tier 2-High Priority Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

Tier 3-High Priority

$0

Tier 3-Medium Priority

Tier 4

High

Tier 3-Low Priority

$23,500

Tier 4-High Priority

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,341,400

Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,542,370 - $2,206,301

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 806 Capacity on four-track calendar = 776

Capacity on traditional calendar = 582

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370

362

2017-18

2018-19

368

359

2020-21

364

2019-20

384

2016-17

417

2014-15

441

2013-14

446

2012-13

2011-12

2010-11

440

2015-16

529

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Arrowwood Elementary

Tier Priority

Project Description

Roof Finishes. Replace .045 mil EDPM ballasted roof with .060 fully adhered High Door Hardware. Replace door hardware Fire Alarm Systems. Replace Notifier AFB 200 fire alarm system High with Simplex. Irrigation Systems. Upgrade irrigation system, add booster Tier 1 High pump Door Hardware. Replace non-restricted key system with Medium restricted Local Area Networks. ITS/Head End Equipment. Expanded or Medium new MDF closet (minimum 10'X10') Foundations. Repair footings at playground entrance, cracking High and crumbling Exterior Wall Construction. Re-seal concrete block. Repair High stress cracks from settling. Re-caulk all joints. Exterior Wall Construction. Repair concrete block at cooling High tower. Enclosure wall separating from building due to movement. High Exterior Windows. Re-caulk windows Fixed Walls. Repair Concrete block in Pod 1 on wall near Tier 2 High restroom Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace 4 boys and 4 girls toilet High partitions High

High

Sink Countertops. Replace sink countertops with single surface

Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace sections of sidewalk Standard Slab on Grade. Repair cafeteria floor, movement High issues High Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Renovate multi-use field T i e r 3 Medium Vinyl Covering. Repair vinyl covering in hallways Fences and Gates. Replace dumpster enclosure with new block Medium enclosure, repair site fencing Other Landscape Features. Renovate/replace landscaping Tier 4 High around site High

Estimated Construction Cost-2016 $693,000 $24,300 $89,300 $117,200 $24,300 $60,800 $17,900 $14,300

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$69300-$298000 $2400-$10400

$34650-$148995 $1215-$5224

$8900-$38400

$4465-$19199

$11700-$50400

$5860-$25198

$2400-$10400

$1215-$5224

$6100-$26200

$3040-$13072

$1800-$7700

$895-$3848

$1500-$6200

$715-$3074

$200-$800 $400-$1900

$90-$387 $230-$989

$200-$800

$90-$387

$2700-$11500

$1340-$5762

$1900-$8200

$965-$4149

$7000-$30300

$3520-$15136

$900-$3800 $7000-$30300 $200-$900

$450-$1935 $3520-$15136 $115-$494

$7000-$30300

$3520-$15136

$2300-$10000

$1175-$5052

$1,800 $4,600 $1,800 $26,800 $19,300 $70,400 $9,000 $70,400 $2,300 $70,400 $23,500

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,341,400 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $133,900 - $576,500 Estimated Inflation Range: $67,070 - $288,401 Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,542,370 - $2,206,301

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Aspen View Academy Acreage: 10 Original Square Feet: 78,376 Current Square Feet: 78,376

School built in 2013 School opened in 2013

2131 Low Meadow Boulevard Castle Rock, CO 80109 District Charter School, PK-6

Aspen View Academy-Identified Facility Projects

Tier 4

Tier 3

Tier 2

Tier 1

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

No capital projects identified at this time. All security and technology related capital has been summarized in the security and technology pages.

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Student Enrollment

855

852

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

854

851

2020-21

868

2019-20

847

2015-16

Historic and Projected

748

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2012-13

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2014-15

0

2013-14

0 2010-11

644

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Tier

Priority

Project Description

Potential Regulatory, Estimated Professional Potential Inflation Construction Services, and Costs Cost-2016 Contracting Costs

No capital projects identified at this time. All security and technology related capital has been summarized in the security and technology pages.

*Note* DCSD Charters can submit facility and infrastructure needs to the Planning & Construction department. While reasonable efforts have been made to provide data on Charter needs, DCSD does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the data provided by Charters. Prioritization of facility needs is based upon DCSD standards. These classifications may not reflect Charter preference and/or program needs. Charter schools currently fund their own capital needs.

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Bear Canyon Elementary Acreage:12 Original Square Feet: 50,237 Current Square Feet: 50,237

Funded by 1989 Bond Opened in 1990

9660 Salford Lane Highlands Ranch, CO 80126 Mountain Vista High School Feeder Area, K-6

Bear Canyon Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$0

Medium Low

$210,000 $0

Tier 2

High

$159,100

Medium

$190,400

Low

$73,400

High

$79,000

Tier 1-High Priority

Tier 3

Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority Tier 3-Medium Priority

Tier 4

High

$11,100

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $723,000

Estimated Total Project Costs: $831,650 - $1,189,345

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 806 Capacity on four-track calendar = 776

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523

516

2017-18

2018-19

526

527

2020-21

522

2019-20

532

2016-17

579

2014-15

601

2013-14

612

2012-13

609

2011-12

2010-11

622

2015-16

Capacity on traditional calendar = 582

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Following is the list of identified facility projects at Bear Canyon Elementary

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$210,000 $60,700

$21000-$90300 $6100-$26100

$10500-$45150 $3035-$13050

$27,000

$2700-$11600

$1350-$5805

Flooring Cafeteria. Replace VCT Flooring Kitchen. Replace original kitchen flooring with poured High acrylic Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace areas of High sidewalk Retractable Partition. Repair operable partitions between Medium classrooms and between gym/cafeteria Medium Flooring Restroom. Replace VCT flooring in staff restrooms

$11,900

$1200-$5100

$595-$2558

$50,200

$5100-$21600

$2510-$10793

$9,300

$900-$4000

$465-$1999

$14,700

$1500-$6400

$735-$3160

$1,500

$200-$700

$75-$322

Medium Flooring Carpet. Replace carpet in workrooms in stacked pods

$11,100

$1100-$4700

$555-$2386

$2,300 $1,500

$200-$900 $200-$700

$115-$494 $75-$322

$154,300

$15400-$66300

$7715-$33174

$5,000

$500-$2100

$250-$1075

$73,400

$7400-$31600

$3670-$15781

$79,000

$7900-$34000

$3950-$16985

$6,100

$600-$2700

$305-$1311

$5,000

$500-$2100

$250-$1075

Tier Priority

Project Description

T i e r 1 Medium Direct Expansion Systems. Roof top units. Replace RTU's High Exterior Windows. Replace exterior windows High

Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace toilet partitions in 3 pods

High

T i e r 2 Medium Water Closets. Replace fixtures in staff restrooms Medium Sinks. Replace fixtures in staff restrooms Fixed Casework. Replace all original fixed casework in Medium classrooms and offices Paving & Surfacing, Parking Lot. Repair service drive concrete Medium cracking Suspended Ceilings. Replace ceiling grid and tile. Damaged Low during fire sprinkler install Tier 3 High Playing Fields. Multi-use field. Renovate multi-use field Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets High foundation walls Tier 4 High Seeding & Sodding. Resod/reseed grass areas

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $723,000 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $72,500 - $310,900 Estimated Inflation Range: $36,150 - $155,445 Estimated Total Project Costs: $831,650 - $1,189,345

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Benjamin Franklin Academy Acreage: 10.13 Original Square Feet: 48,901 Current Square Feet: 64,779

School built in 2011 School opened in 2011

2270 Plaza Drive Highlands Ranch, CO 80129 District Charter School, PK-6

Benjamin Franklin Academy-Identified Facility Projects

Tier 4

Tier 3

Tier 2

Tier 1

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

No capital projects identified at this time. All security and technology related capital has been summarized in the security and technology pages.

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Student Enrollment

896

897

896

896

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

896

896

2020-21

887

2019-20

859

2013-14

Historic and Projected

767 647

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Tier

Priority

Project Description

Potential Regulatory, Estimated Professional Potential Inflation Construction Services, and Costs Cost-2016 Contracting Costs

No capital projects identified at this time. All security and technology related capital has been summarized in the security and technology pages.

*Note* DCSD Charters can submit facility and infrastructure needs to the Planning & Construction department. While reasonable efforts have been made to provide data on Charter needs, DCSD does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the data provided by Charters. Prioritization of facility needs is based upon DCSD standards. These classifications may not reflect Charter preference and/or program needs. Charter schools currently fund their own capital needs.

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Buffalo Ridge Elementary Acreage:10 Original Square Feet: 51,020 Current Square Feet: 51,020

Funded by 1993 Bond Opened in 1997

7075 N. Shoreham Drive Castle Pines, CO 80108 Rock Canyon High School Feeder Area, K-5

Buffalo Ridge Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$761,600

Medium Low

$80,800

$0

Tier 3

Tier 2

High

$225,000

Medium

$167,000

Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority

Low

$0

High

$7,100

Tier 1-Low Priority Tier 2-High Priority Tier 2-Medium Priority

Medium

$391,700

Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority

Low

$0

High

$2,900

Tier 3-Medium Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Low Priority

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 4-High Priority Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,636,100

Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,881,605 - $2,691,362

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 806 Capacity on four-track calendar = 776

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421

2020-21

419

2019-20

430

2018-19

461

2016-17

485

2015-16

504

2014-15

511

2013-14

501

2012-13

488

2011-12

2010-11

505

2017-18

Capacity on traditional calendar = 582

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Buffalo Ridge Elementary

Tier Priority

Project Description

Cold Water Service. Piping and Insulation in poor shape needs replaced Hot Water Service. Water heater and storage tank beyond life High cycle. Piping and Insulation in poor shape needs replaced High Direct Expansion Systems. Roof top units. Replace RTUs Tier 1 Hot Water Distribution. Pumps need upgrade, Insulation needs High replaced High Controls. Upgrade controllers. Count 8 Irrigation Systems. Needs booster pump, possible new High controller Medium Boiler Room Piping. Pumps need upgrading with VFD'S Direct Expansion Systems. Replace swamp cooling MUA unit/s Medium with mechanical cooling Exterior Wall Construction. Needs sealed. Stress cracks same as High other schools. Lack of control joints High Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints. High Paint Exterior High Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows High Storefront windows. Hollow metal. Playground entrance leaks Retractable Partitions. Repair/replace gym/cafeteria partition. High Curtains need replaced due to fire retardant life. Flooring Kitchen. Flooring is currently Hubelite material (Red) Tier 2 High and needs replaced with MMA poured floor. See floor estimate spreadsheet. Drinking Fountains and Coolers. Replace water coolers with High drinking fountains where applicable High

High High High Medium Medium Medium High Medium Tier 3

Medium Medium

Tier 4

High

Markings and Signage. Poor condition, all needs to be replaced Paving & Surfacing. Sidewalks Heaving in many areas, needs replacement Playing Fields. Playground. Playpad needs resurfacing Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replce toilet partitions Flooring Gym. Replace carpet in gym Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Resurface parking lot Insulation Needs removed and replaced. Grease Interceptor. Bypass if allowable Fire Sprinkler. Cafeteria sprinkled only. New code requires to be fully sprinkled Retaining Walls. Hillside off playground needs tie wall of some kind Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets foundation walls

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$35,300

$3600-$15200

$1765-$7589

$77,100

$7700-$33200

$3855-$16576

$294,000

$29400-$126500

$14700-$63210

$15,600

$1500-$6700

$780-$3354

$285,200

$28500-$122700

$14260-$61318

$54,400

$5500-$23400

$2720-$11696

$28,300

$2800-$12100

$1415-$6084

$52,500

$5300-$22600

$2625-$11287

$15,200

$1500-$6500

$760-$3268

$2,900 $7,100 $11,400 $26,500

$300-$1200 $700-$3000 $1100-$4900 $2700-$11400

$145-$623 $355-$1526 $570-$2451 $1325-$5697

$14,100

$1400-$6100

$705-$3031

$55,300

$5500-$23700

$2765-$11889

$13,400

$1300-$5700

$670-$2881

$3,600

$400-$1600

$180-$774

$21,300

$2100-$9100

$1065-$4579

$35,300 $26,300 $14,700 $126,000 $7,100 $7,100

$3600-$15200 $2600-$11300 $1500-$6400 $12600-$54200 $700-$3000 $700-$3000

$1765-$7589 $1315-$5654 $735-$3160 $6300-$27090 $355-$1526 $355-$1526

$356,600

$35700-$153400

$17830-$76669

$28,000

$2800-$12000

$1400-$6020

$2,900

$300-$1200

$145-$623

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,636,100 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $163,700 - $703,500 Estimated Inflation Range: $81,805 - $351,762 Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,881,605 - $2,691,362

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Castle Rock Elementary Acreage:15.4 Original Square Feet: 49,942 Current Square Feet: 52,907

Funded by 1984 Bond Opened in 1984

1103 Canyon Drive Castle Rock, CO 80104 Douglas County High School Feeder Area, K-6

Castle Rock Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$322,100

Medium Low

$468,900 $0

Tier 2

High

$18,800

Medium Low

$235,800 Tier 1-High Priority

$0

Tier 1-Medium Priority

Tier 3

High

Tier 1-Low Priority

$68,100

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

$79,500

Tier 2-Medium Priority

Tier 4

Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

Low

Tier 3-High Priority Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

$6,100

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,199,300

Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,379,465- $1,972,550

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 862 Capacity on four-track calendar = 776

Capacity on traditional calendar = 582

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2018-19

374

394

2020-21

374

2019-20

364

2017-18

2014-15

362

2016-17

415

2015-16

410

2013-14

494

2012-13

480

2011-12

2010-11

500

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Following is the list of identified facility projects at Castle Rock Elementary

Tier Priority

High High High Tier 1

High Medium Medium Medium Medium High High High Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium

Tier 2

Medium Medium Medium

Project Description

Controls. Upgrade control system Switchgear-Main. Replace main switchgear and associated electrical distribution. Fire Alarm Systems. Upgrade fire alarm system Playing Fields. Playground. Replace pea gravel with fibar at preschool play area Exhaust Ventilation Systems. Exhaust Fans. Replace exhaust fans Exhaust Ventilation Systems. Kitchen Hood. Replace MAU Package Units. Replace cabinet heaters at entrys, 7 total Panels and Transformers. Replace original panels and transformers Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints. Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Flooring Cafeteria. Replace VCT Paint Exterior. Retractable Partition. Repair operable partitions between classrooms. Partion between gym and cafeteria in worst condition. Sink Countertops. Replace sink countertops in all restrooms with single surface Stair, Tread and Landing Finishes. Replace stair tread Flooring Restroom. Replace original ceramic tile with poured acrylic Flooring Carpet. Replace carpet in conference rm and 2 rms on upper level Sinks. Replace with sink countertops, single surface Drinking Fountains and Coolers. Replace metal drinking fountains

Medium Boiler Room Piping and Specialties. Add VFDs to motors/pumps Medium Medium Medium High T i e r 3 Medium Medium T i e r 4 Medium

Direct Expansion Systems. Roof top units. Paint units. Provide units with VFDs Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Parking lot asphalt cracks need filled Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair areas of sidewalk and loading dock Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Renovate multi-use field Suspended Ceilings. Replace ceiling grid and tile Movable Furnishing. FFE. Replace wooden basketball backboards in gym, 6 total Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets foundation.

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$169,600

$17000-$72900

$8480-$36464

$6400-$27400 $8100-$34800

$3190-$13717 $4050-$17415

$800-$3300

$385-$1655

$1900-$8200 $5300-$22600 $1200-$5000

$965-$4149 $2625-$11287 $580-$2494

$38600-$165800

$19275-$82882

$300-$1200 $400-$1800 $1200-$5100 $800-$3300

$145-$623 $200-$860 $595-$2558 $385-$1655

$1500-$6600

$775-$3332

$1900-$8200 $400-$1700

$965-$4149 $195-$838

$2700-$11600

$1350-$5805

$800-$3300 $1200-$5000

$385-$1655 $580-$2494

$400-$1500

$175-$752

$4500-$19000

$2205-$9481

$2200-$9500

$1105-$4751

$5800-$24900

$2895-$12448

$63,800 $81,000 $7,700 $19,300 $52,500 $11,600 $385,500 $2,900 $4,000 $11,900 $7,700 $15,500 $19,300 $3,900 $27,000 $7,700 $11,600 $3,500 $44,100 $22,100 $57,900 $15,500 $68,100 $77,100 $2,400 $6,100

$1500-$6600

$775-$3332

$6800-$29200 $7700-$33200

$3405-$14641 $3855-$16576

$200-$1000

$120-$516

$600-$2700

$305-$1311

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,199,300 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $120,200 - $515,400 Estimated Inflation Range: $59,965 - $257,850 Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,379,465- $1,972,550

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Castle Rock Middle Acreage:22 Original Square Feet: 128,680 Current Square Feet: 128,680

Funded by 1993 Bond Opened in 1996

2575 Meadows Boulevard Castle Rock, CO 80126 Castle View High School Feeder Area, 7-8

Castle Rock Middle School-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$589,300

Medium Low

$49,500 $0

Tier 2

High

$526,100

Medium

$10,500 Tier 1-High Priority

Low

Tier 1-Medium Priority

$0

Tier 3

Tier 1-Low Priority

High

$20,500

Medium

$24,600

Low

$21,000

Tier 2-High Priority Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

High

Tier 3-Low Priority

$0

Medium Low

Tier 3-Medium Priority

Tier 4-High Priority Tier 4-Medium Priority

$12,100

Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

$2,000,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,253,600

Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,441,580 - $2,062,324

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 1,470

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889

2018-19

860

813

2020-21

888

2019-20

869

2017-18

2012-13

894

2016-17

2011-12

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886

2015-16

833

2014-15

795

2013-14

763

2010-11

Capacity on traditional calendar = 1,190

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Castle Rock Middle School

Tier Priority

Project Description

Interior Door hardware. Replace current non-restricted key system with restricted. Hardware change High Chilled Water System. Replace Chiller Tier 1 High Air Distribution Systems. HVAC system upgrade High Water Treatment Systems. Upgrade High Fixed Multiple Seating. Replace bleachers in gym Commissioning and Re-Commissioning. Commission if system Medium upgraded High Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints. High Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace with solid plastic in all High wings upper and lower High

$255,100

$25500-$109700

$12755-$54846

$110,200 $148,200 $14,100 $61,700

$11000-$47400 $14800-$63700 $1400-$6100 $6100-$26500

$5510-$23693 $7410-$31863 $705-$3031 $3085-$13265

$49,500

$5000-$21300

$2475-$10642

$4,000 $20,300

$400-$1800 $2000-$8700

$200-$860 $1015-$4364

$22,600

$2300-$9700

$1130-$4859

Sink Countertops. Replace sink countertops with single surface

$28,400

$2800-$12200

$1420-$6106

High

Flooring Hallways/Classrooms. replace VCT in classroom areas.

$61,700

$6100-$26500

$3085-$13265

$54,000

$5400-$23200

$2700-$11610

$300,000

$30000-$129000

$15000-$64500

$6,500

$600-$2700

$325-$1397

$9,200

$900-$3900

$460-$1978

$3,600

$400-$1600

$180-$774

$15,800

$1600-$6800

$790-$3397

$10,500

$1100-$4600

$525-$2257

$5,000

$500-$2100

$250-$1075

$3,900

$400-$1700

$195-$838

$11,600

$1200-$5000

$580-$2494

$3,100

$300-$1300

$155-$666

$3,900

$400-$1700

$195-$838

$7,700

$800-$3300

$385-$1655

$9,900

$1000-$4300

$495-$2128

$21,000

$2100-$9100

$1050-$4515

$8,100

$800-$3500

$405-$1741

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

Medium Furnishings. Replace chalk boards with white boards. 13 total Medium Medium Low Tier 4

Potential Inflation Costs

High

Flooring Kitchen. Replace kitchen flooring. Currently red Tier 2 High hubblelite. High Flooring Carpet. Replace carpet Drinking Fountains & Coolers. Replace coolers with water High fountains where applicable Theater & Stage Equipment, Auditorium Sound Equipment. High Upgrade Strand controller Fixed Casework. Computer counter tops need to be raised in High the library High Paving & Surfacing. Sidewalks. Need-Repair areas of sidewalk Retractable Partition. Repair/refurbish operable partitions at Medium pod areas High Regular Stairs. Reseal concrete stairs Blinds and Other Window Treatment. Install blinds on east High facing clearstory windows Blinds and Window Treatment. Install blinds on all lower kevel High classrooms Medium Suspended Ceilings. Replace kitchen tiles with food grade

Tier 3

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Medium Medium

Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Replace goal posts on athletic field Other Landscape Features. Fix drainage problem on east side of school Special Faclities. Tech area needs better sink, better exhaust ventilation system, better storage cabinets Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets foundation. Planting. Replace some trees

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,253,600 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $125,300 - $539,200 Estimated Inflation Range: $62,680 - $269,524 Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,441,580 - $2,062,324

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Castle View High Acreage: 35.4 Original Square Feet: 218,106 Current Square Feet: 218,106

Funded by 2003 Bond Opened in 2006

5254 North Meadows Drive Castle Rock, CO 80109 Castle View High School Feeder Area, 9-12

Castle View High School-Identified Facility Projects

Tier 4

Tier 3

Tier 2

Tier 1

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

No capital projects identified at this time. All security and technology related capital has been summarized in the security and technology pages.

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity on traditional calendar = 2,226

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2,295

2,306

2020-21

2,309

2019-20

2016-17

2,265

2018-19

2,120

2017-18

2,050

2015-16

1,841

1,920

2014-15

1,717

2013-14

1,664

2012-13

2010-11

1,567

2011-12

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 1,890

Douglas County School District


Tier

Priority

Project Description

Potential Regulatory, Estimated Professional Potential Inflation Construction Services, and Costs Cost-2016 Contracting Costs

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Challenge to Excellence Acreage: 7.5 Original Square Feet: 40,000 Current Square Feet: 40,000

School built in 2004 Opened in 2002

16995 East Carlson Drive Parker, CO 80134 District Charter School, K-8

Challenge to Excellence Charter-Identified Facility Projects Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier

Tier 1

$0 Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority Tier 2-High Priority

Tier 2

$465,000

Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority

Tier 3

Tier 4-High Priority

$155,492

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

Tier 4

$1,480,000

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $2,100,492

Estimated Total Project Costs: $2,415,566 -$3,455,310

St udent Enrollment Historic and Projected

514

504

504

2020-21

504

2019-20

504

2018-19

498

2017-18

513

509

495

490

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2015-16

2014-15

2013-14

2012-13

2011-12

2010-11

482

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Following is the list of identified facility projects at Challenge to Excellence Charter School

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$80,000

$8,000-$34,400

$4,000-$17,200

$150,000

$15,000-$64,500

$7,500-$32,250

$25,000

$2,500-$10,750

$1,250-$5,375

$150,000

$15,000-$64,500

$7,500-$32,250

Resurface playground

$60,000

$6,000-$25,800

$3,000-$12,900

Replace areas of curb cracking

$10,000

$1,000-$4,300

$500-$2,150

Seal and caulk exterior wall

$20,000

$2,000-$8,600

$1,000-$4,300

Caulk windows

$6,000

$600-$2,580

$300-$1,290

Provide fencing for dumpsters & transformers

$5,000

$500-$2,150

$250-$1,075

Parking lot signage and marking

$8,000

$800-$3,440

$400-$1,720

Steel doors and frames need painted

$15,000

$1,500-$6,450

$750-$3,225

Hallways need patched and painted

$35,000

$3,500-$15,050

$1,750-$7,525

Install facility security camera system Install access controlled security and detection system

$33,626

$3,362-$14,459

$1,681-$7,229

$9,415

$941-$4,048

$470-$2,024

Install intrusion alarm system

$13,451

$1,345-$5,783

$672-$2,891

Tier

Project Description

Upgrade irrigation system Mill, overlay, patch parking lot Tier 2

Replace sections of sidewalk Maintenance/additions needed on synthetic field

Tier 3

Building expansion Tier 4

New modular classroom, wet Entire site needs landscape work Replace/add trees and shrubs

$1,200,000

$120,000-$51,6000 $60,000-$258,000

$200,000

$20,000-$86,000

$10,000-$43,000

$75,000

$7,500-$32,250

$3,750-$16,125

$5,000

$500-$2,150

$250-$1,075

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $2,100,492 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $210,049 - $903,212 Estimated Inflation Range: $105,025 - $451,606 Estimated Total Project Costs: $2,415,566 - $3,455,310 *Note* DCSD Charters can submit facility and infrastructure needs to the Planning & Construction department. While reasonable efforts have been made to provide data on Charter needs, DCSD does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the data provided by Charters. Prioritization of facility needs is based upon DCSD standards. These classifications may not reflect Charter preference and/or program needs. Charter schools currently fund their own capital needs.

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Chapparal High Acreage: 50 Original square feet: 206,000 Current square feet: 240,367

Funded by 1993 Bond Opened in 1997

15665 Brookstone Drive Parker, CO 80134 Chaparral High School Feeder Area, 9-12

Chaparral High School-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$2,248,900

Medium Low

$60,000 $0

Tier 2

High

$676,200

Medium

$714,900

Low

$0

High

$7,100

Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

Tier 2-Medium Priority

$391,500

Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium Low

$28,400

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$1,000,000

$2,000,000

$3,000,000

$4,000,000

$5,000,000

$6,000,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $4,127,000

Estimated Total Project Costs: $4,745,550 - $6,788,205

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 2,577

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2,104

2,188

2,199

2,189

2,238

2,234

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

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2,155

2,170

2020-21

2,054

2019-20

2,077

2010-11

Capacity on traditional calendar = 2,241

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Chapparal High School

Tier Priority

High High High High Tier 1

High High High High Medium Medium High High High High High High

High Tier 2

High High High High High High High High High Medium Medium Medium High Medium Medium

Tier 3

Medium Medium

T i e r 4 Medium

Project Description

Roof Finishes. Install new roof on F-pod. Direct Expansion Systems. Roof top units. Replace RTUs Air Distribution Systems. Air handlers, ductwork, VAV's. Update air handlers with HW coils, new motors, and VFDs. Change-over Distribution System. Replace all fan powered boxes to VAV reheat Glycol Distribution Systems. Poor condition. Upgrade and add HW loop to system Water Treatment Systems. Poor condition. Upgrade and add HW loop to system Controls. Upgrade total control system Emergency Light and Power Systems. Generator and Transfer Switch. Replace generator Energy Supply. Replace main gas line at meter Commissioning and Re-Commissioning. Rebalance HVAC system Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints. Re-seal concrete block Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Exterior Windows. Fix curtain wall window leakage at commons and hallways. Overhead Doors. Replace (4) four rollup doors at kitchen Other Doors & Entrances. Continuous hinges on storefront doors need replaced Interior Doors. Kitchen entry doors from cafeteria need replaced due to carts hitting them all the time. Replace with metal? Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace men's & women's PE restrooms. Replace all bathroom partitions in all wings and main area Sink Countertops. Replace sink counter tops in all restrooms Flooring Restroom. Replace original flooring with poured acrylic in main and lower level cafeteria restrooms Flooring Carpet. Replace carpet Showers. Poor condition, showers need replaced Drinking Fountains & Coolers. Replace coolers with water fountains where applicable Theater & Stage Equipment, Auditorium Sound Equipment. Replace approximately 100 seats in auditorium due to backs cracking. Markings & Signage. Parking lot signage needs replaced. Paving & Surfacing. Sidewalks. Need-Repair areas of sidewalk Irrigation Systems. Replace 4 irrigation controllers Flooring Cafeteria. VCT repairs are needed around stairway and into hall. Flooring Cafeteria. Replace VCT in commons and hallways Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Resurface parking areas, many patches and cracks Standard Slab on Grade. Repair slab where there are settling issues by 500L entrance, and rooms 207, 322 Vinyl Covering. Most wings needs vinyl repair or replacement Suspended Ceilings. Replace kitchen tile with food grade Fire Sprinkler Water Supply. Would need to sprinkle all areas if renovation. Building partially sprinkled. Pods not sprinkled. Playing Fields. Softball Field. Fence needs replaced Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets foundation.

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$283,500 $892,500

$28400-$122000 $89300-$383800

$14175-$60952 $44625-$191887

$176,600

$17600-$75900

$8830-$37969

$176,600

$17600-$75900

$8830-$37969

$14,100

$1400-$6100

$705-$3031

$17,100

$1700-$7300

$855-$3676

$651,700

$65100-$280200

$32585-$140115

$36,800

$3700-$15800

$1840-$7912

$10,500

$1100-$4600

$525-$2257

$49,500

$5000-$21300

$2475-$10642

$48,600

$4800-$20800

$2430-$10449

$60,700

$6100-$26100

$3035-$13050

$127,500

$12800-$54800

$6375-$27412

$12,800

$1200-$5400

$640-$2752

$8,000

$800-$3500

$400-$1720

$4,400

$400-$1800

$220-$946

$40,500

$4000-$17400

$2025-$8707

$36,500

$3600-$15700

$1825-$7847

$16,200

$1600-$7000

$810-$3483

$242,900 $14,900

$24300-$104400 $1400-$6300

$12145-$52223 $745-$3203

$11,400

$1100-$4900

$570-$2451

$31,900

$3100-$13600

$1595-$6858

$3,000 $5,000 $11,900

$300-$1300 $500-$2100 $1200-$5100

$150-$645 $250-$1075 $595-$2558

$6,100

$600-$2700

$305-$1311

$78,800

$7900-$33900

$3940-$16942

$630,000

$63000-$270900

$31500-$135450

$7,100

$700-$3000

$355-$1526

$88,400 $5,500

$8800-$37900 $600-$2400

$4420-$19006 $275-$1182

$267,800

$26800-$115100

$13390-$57577

$29,800

$2900-$12700

$1490-$6407

$28,400

$2800-$12200

$1420-$6106

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $4,127,000 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $412,200 - $1,773,900 Estimated Inflation Range: $206,350 - $887,305 Estimated Total Project Costs: $4,745,550 - $6,788,205 Douglas County School District

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Cherokee Trail Elementary 17302 Clarke Farms Dr. Parker, CO 80134 Chaparral High School Feeder Area, K-6

Acreage: 10 Original square feet: 50,237 Current square feet: 53,237

Funded by 1984 Bond Opened in 1989

Cherokee Trail Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$420,200

Medium Low

$301,500 $0

Tier 2

High

$139,500

Medium Low

$249,100 $0

Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority

Tier 3

High

$79,000

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High Tier 4

Tier 1-Low Priority

Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority Tier 3-Medium Priority

$14,900

Medium

Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

$61,000

Tier 4-Medium Priority

Low

$0

Tier 4-Low Priority

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,210,300

Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,391,715 - $1,991,115

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 918 Capacity on four-track calendar = 776

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456

469

2017-18

2018-19

459

462

2020-21

467

2019-20

491

2016-17

537

2014-15

538

2013-14

608

2012-13

615

2011-12

2010-11

622

2015-16

Capacity on traditional calendar = 582

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Cherokee Trail Elementary

Tier Priority

High High High Tier 1

High Medium Medium Medium Medium High High High High

High Tier 2 High Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Tier 3 Tier 4

High High High Medium

Project Description

Air Distribution Systems. Upgrade VAV boxes Branch Wiring Devices. Replace sealtite and wiring to equipment on roof Lighting Equipment. Replace old exit signs, about half left Emergency Light and Power Systems. Generator and Transfer Switch. Replace generator Glazed Roof Openings.Skylights. Repair/replace main skylight, leaks frequently Direct Expansion Systems. Roof top units. Replace 2 RTU's from 2001 Switchgear-Main. Replace main switchgear Panels and Transformers. Replace original panels and transformers Exterior Windows. Replace exterior windows Retractable Partition. Repair and replace vinyl on the portable wall partitions Sink Countertops. Replace sink counter tops in 3 pods Flooring Restroom. Replace original sheet vinyl flooring with poured acrylic in 3 pods Energy Supply. Replace gas piping on roof Paving & Surfacing. Sidewalks. Need-Repair areas of sidewalk Flooring Kitchen. Replace kitchen flooring Water Closets. Replace toilets Urinals. Replace urinals Lavatories. Replace lavatories Fixed Casework. Replace all original fixed casework in classrooms and offices Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Renovate multi-use field Seeding & Sodding. Resod/reseed grass areas Other Landscape Features. Replace metal edging with concrete mow strip Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets foundation.

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$395,100

$39500-$169800

$19755-$84946

$200-$1100 $500-$2300

$135-$580 $265-$1139

$1700-$7300

$855-$3676

$1100-$4600

$525-$2257

$21000-$90300 $4000-$17400

$10500-$45150 $2025-$8707

$2,700 $5,300 $17,100 $10,500 $210,000 $40,500 $40,500 $60,700 $10,500 $28,400 $28,400 $1,600 $9,900 $48,600 $21,000 $14,700 $10,500 $154,300 $79,000 $5,000 $9,900 $6,100

$4000-$17400

$2025-$8707

$6100-$26100

$3035-$13050

$1100-$4600 $2800-$12200

$525-$2257 $1420-$6106

$2800-$12200 $200-$700 $1000-$4300 $4800-$20800 $2100-$9100 $1500-$6400 $1100-$4600

$1420-$6106 $80-$344 $495-$2128 $2430-$10449 $1050-$4515 $735-$3160 $525-$2257

$15400-$66300

$7715-$33174

$7900-$34000

$3950-$16985

$500-$2100

$250-$1075

$1000-$4300

$495-$2128

$600-$2700

$305-$1311

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,210,300 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $120,900 - $520,600 Estimated Inflation Range: $60,515 - $260,215 Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,391,715 - $1,991,115

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Cherry Valley Elementary Acreage: 4 Original Square Feet: 3,676 Current Square Feet: 4,657

Funded prior to 1952 Opened in 1952

9244 South State Highway 83 Franktown, CO 80116 Douglas County High School Feeder Area, K-6

Cherry Valley Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$0

Medium Low

$76,700 $0

Tier 2

High

$90,200

Medium

Low

$30,300 Tier 1-High Priority

$0

Tier 1-Medium Priority

High

Tier 1-Low Priority

$255,100

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

$14,700

Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $467,000

Estimated Total Project Costs: $536,750 - $767,705

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 110

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59

56

56

59

2020-21

52

2019-20

44

2018-19

51

2016-17

51

2015-16

64

2017-18

Capacity on traditional calendar = 54

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2013-14

2012-13

2011-12

2010-11

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Following is the list of identified facility projects at Cherry Valley Elementary

Tier Priority

Medium Tier 1 Medium High High High High T i e r 2 Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium High

Tier 3

Medium

Project Description

Interior Door hardware. Replace current non-restricted key system with restricted. Hardware change Emergency Light and Power Systems. Generator and Transfer Switch. Install new generator and associated emergency systems Exterior Wall Construction. Re-seal concrete block. Repair cracks from settling. Re-caulk all joints. Flooring Gym, VCT replacement , needs abatement Flooring Carpet. Replace carpet Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Install new asphalt parking lot Exterior Windows. Replace single pane windows in old school house Exterior Windows. Replace windows in gym Solid Exterior Doors. Replace two doors on old schoolhouse Flooring Restroom. Replace ceramic tile with poured acrylic Flooring Restroom. Replace linoleum in staff restroom Flooring Restrooms. Replace VCT in old school building. Possible abatement Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Install new synthetic turf for multi-use field Suspended Ceilings. Replace 1x1 glue on tiles in hallways and office

Medium Suspended Ceilings. Replace ceiling tiles in old school house. Medium

Fences and Gates. Replace all fencing at around school perimeter, parking areas

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$34,100

$3400-$14600

$1705-$7331

$42,600

$4200-$18300

$2130-$9159

$3,100

$300-$1300

$155-$666

$24,700 $19,800

$2500-$10600 $2000-$8500

$1235-$5310 $990-$4257

$42,600

$4200-$18300

$2130-$9159

$6,900

$700-$2900

$345-$1483

$3,300 $1,600 $8,600 $1,300

$300-$1400 $200-$700 $800-$3600 $100-$600

$165-$709 $80-$344 $430-$1849 $65-$279

$8,600

$800-$3600

$430-$1849

$255,100

$25500-$109700

$12755-$54846

$8,600

$800-$3600

$430-$1849

$1,700

$200-$800

$85-$365

$4,400

$400-$1800

$220-$946

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $467,000 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $46,400 - $200,300 Estimated Inflation Range: $23,350 - $100,405 Estimated Total Project Costs: $536,750 - $767,705

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Cimarron Middle Acreage: 22 Original Square Feet: 132,414 Current Square Feet: 132,414

Funded by 2006 Bond Opened in 2010

12130 Canterberry Parkway Parker, CO 80134 Legend High School Feeder Area, 6-8

Cimarron Middle School-Identified Facility Projects

Tier 4

Tier 3

Tier 2

Tier 1

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

No capital projects identified at this time. All security and technology related capital has been summarized in the security and technology pages.

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 1,539

Capacity on traditional calendar = 1,315

1,371

1,401

1,432

1,415

1,446

1,454

1,424 1,372

1,325

1,319

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2019-20

2018-19

2017-18

2016-17

2015-16

2014-15

2013-14

2012-13

2011-12

2010-11

1,284

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Tier

Priority

Project Description

Potential Regulatory, Estimated Professional Potential Inflation Construction Services, and Costs Cost-2016 Contracting Costs

No capital projects identified at this time. All security and technology related capital has been summarized in the security and technology pages.

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Clear Sky Elementary Acreage:10 Original Square Feet: 73,146 Current Square Feet: 73,146

Funded by 2006 Bond Opened in 2008

1470 Clear Sky Way Castle Rock, CO 80109 Castle View High School Feeder Area, K-6

Clear Sky Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Tier 4

Tier 3

Tier 2

Tier 1

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

No capital projects identified at this time. All security and technology related capital has been summarized in the security and technology pages.

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity on four-track calendar = 1,000 Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 862

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805

824

2017-18

2018-19

820

857

2020-21

807

2019-20

824

2016-17

2013-14

760

2015-16

865

2012-13

799

2011-12

2010-11

752

2014-15

Capacity on traditional calendar = 750

Douglas County School District


Tier

Priority

Project Description

Potential Regulatory, Estimated Professional Potential Inflation Construction Services, and Costs Cost-2016 Contracting Costs

No capital projects identified at this time. All security and technology related capital has been summarized in the security and technology pages.

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Copper Mesa Elementary Acreage: 10 Original square feet: 56,566 Current square feet: 56,566

Funded by 2000 Bond Opened in 2006

3501 Poston Parkway Highlands Ranch, CO 80126 Mountain Vista High School Feeder Area, K-6

Copper Mesa Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$2,100

Medium

Low

$504,000 $0

Tier 2

High

$17,100

Medium

$329,100

Low High

Tier 1-High Priority

$11,600

Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

$0

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

Tier 2-Medium Priority

$15,800

Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$5,100

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $884,800

Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,017,840 - $1,456,332

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity on four-track calendar = 776 Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 750

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404

2020-21

459

2018-19

490

2017-18

540

2016-17

568

2015-16

607

2014-15

654

2013-14

659

2012-13

658

2011-12

2010-11

667

2019-20

Capacity on traditional calendar = 582

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Copper Mesa Elementary

Tier Priority

High T i e r 1 Medium High Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium T i e r 2 Medium Medium Medium

Project Description

Boilers. Repair one boiler leaking water Roof Finishes. Replace .045 EDPM ballasted with .060 EDPM fully adhered Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair areas of sidewalk at west entry raised area for drainage issues Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints Exterior Wall Construction. Reseal concrete block Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Retractable Partition. Repair operable partition between stage and gym Sink Countertops. Replace sink countertops Controls. Upgrade control system Paving and Surfacing. Roadways (Bus Loops). Minor cracking occuring. Repairs will be needed in the near future. Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Minor cracking occuring. Repairs will be needed in the future. Curbs, Rails and Barriers. Repair areas of damaged curb

Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair sidewalk w entry by mobiles. Major sinking and cracking (BEING REPAIRED Medium 2015?).Sidewalks sinking NE corner at cafeteria, crawl space entry. Minor misc comcrete lifting and crack repair around site Flooring Cafeteria. Repair some separation of VCT joints at expansion joint by inside entry Playing Fields. Playground. Repair cracks in asphalt. Recheck in Low future if replacement required Basement Excavation. Groundwater seeping to surface. Repair High as necessary Wall Foundations. Check ground movement N side at stacked Medium pods T i e r 3 Medium Insulation. Repair insulation at water heater Planting. Replace plants in N playground area next to wall that Medium are dying Low Vinyl Coverings. Minor wall vinyl repair. Most walls are vinyl Low

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$2,100

$300-$1000

$105-$451

$504,000

$50400-$216800

$25200-$108360

$17,100

$1700-$7300

$855-$3676

$3,200 $10,500 $12,600

$300-$1400 $1100-$4600 $1300-$5500

$160-$688 $525-$2257 $630-$2709

$10,500

$1100-$4600

$525-$2257

$19,300 $189,000

$1900-$8200 $18900-$81300

$965-$4149 $9450-$40635

$21,000

$2100-$9100

$1050-$4515

$42,000

$4200-$18100

$2100-$9030

$10,500

$1100-$4600

$525-$2257

$10,500

$1100-$4600

$525-$2257

$1,100

$100-$500

$55-$236

$10,500

$1100-$4600

$525-$2257

$0

$0-$0

$0-$0

$0

$0-$0

$0-$0

$10,500

$1100-$4600

$525-$2257

$5,300

$500-$2300

$265-$1139

$5,100

$500-$2200

$255-$1096

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $884,800 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $88,800 - $381,300 Estimated Inflation Range: $44,240 - $190,232 Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,017,840 - $1,456,332

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Cougar Run Acreage: 8 Original square feet: 51,020 Current square feet: 51,020

Funded by 1993 Bond Opened in 1995

8780 Venneford Ranch Road Highlands Ranch, CO 80126 Highlands Ranch High School Feeder Area, K-6

Cougar Run Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$1,149,700

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 2

High

$196,500

Medium

$89,300 Tier 1-High Priority

Low

Tier 1-Medium Priority

$0

Tier 1-Low Priority

Tier 3

High

$11,800

Tier 2-High Priority Tier 2-Medium Priority

Medium

$372,000

Tier 2-Low Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-High Priority

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium Low

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority Tier 4-Medium Priority

$2,900

Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,822,200

Estimated Total Project Costs: $2,095,510 - $2,997,273

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 806 Capacity on four-track calendar = 776

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522

517

519

539

523

538

534

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

Master Capital Plan

542

541

2020-21

543

2019-20

568

2010-11

Capacity on traditional calendar = 582

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Cougar Run Elementary Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

Interior Door Hardware. Replace levers at end of life cycle. Hot Water Service. Domestic Water Heater. Direct Expansion Systems. Roof Top Units. Replacement, code issues with outside air intake Air Distribution Systems. Replace VAV boxes, Pneumatic VAV's, cone type, replace with DDC reheat pinch down boxes Replace exhaust fans, reaching life cycle Exhaust Ventilation Systems. Replace make up air unit, poor condition. Controls. Upgrade controls to full DDC Switchgear-Main , Square D 1200A. Upgrade for surge suppression Move Xfmr out of room behind office

$127,500 $14,300

$12800-$54800 $1500-$6200

$6375-$27412 $715-$3074

$294,000

$29400-$126500

$14700-$63210

$245,000

$24500-$105300

$12250-$52675

$8,100

$800-$3500

$405-$1741

$52,500

$5300-$22600

$2625-$11287

$283,400

$28400-$121900

$14170-$60931

$71,700

$7100-$30800

$3585-$15415

$35,900

$3500-$15400

$1795-$7718

$17,300

$1700-$7400

$865-$3719

$7,200

$700-$3100

$360-$1548

$15,400

$1500-$6600

$770-$3311

High High High High High

Upgrade irrigation system controller Wall Foundations. Some movement. Cafeteria/kitchen area has a lot of cracks in masonry block in all areas. Recoat of exterior wall concrete block weather proofing. Many cracks in exterior wall due to lack of control joints Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints. Paint Exterior Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Exterior Windows. Replace exterior windows Repair leaking and rusting windows at cafeteria and entries

$2,900 $3,300 $11,400 $40,500 $26,900

$300-$1200 $300-$1400 $1100-$4900 $4000-$17400 $2700-$11600

$145-$623 $165-$709 $570-$2451 $2025-$8707 $1345-$5783

High

Retractable Partition. Repair/replace Gym/Cafeteria folding wall.

$10,500

$1100-$4600

$525-$2257

High

Fabricated Toilet partitions. Replace toilet partitions

$29,800

$2900-$12700

$1490-$6407

High

Sink Countertops. Replace sink countertops with single surface

$19,300

$1900-$8200

$965-$4149

Repair VCT in cafeteria. Replace VCT in classrooms Cooler replacement with fountain only Replace floor drain in kitchen, poor condition, others fair. Upgrade gym sound system Flooring Gym. Replace carpet in gym Replace sheet vinyl flooring in art room

$800 $9,100 $13,600 $800 $5,000 $15,800 $10,500

$100-$300 $900-$3900 $1300-$5800 $100-$300 $500-$2100 $1600-$6800 $1100-$4600

$40-$172 $455-$1956 $680-$2924 $40-$172 $250-$1075 $790-$3397 $525-$2257

Medium Replace kitchen red hubblelite floor with poured acrylic Column Foundations. Repair structural damage from movement High issues Medium Vinyl. Coverings. Wall Finishes. Repair wall vinyl.

$63,000

$6300-$27100

$3150-$13545

$11,800

$1200-$5100

$590-$2537

$3,600

$400-$1600

$180-$774

Medium Grease Interceptor. Grease interceptor OK would like to bypass

$7,300

$700-$3100

$365-$1569

$361,100

$36200-$155300

$18055-$77636

$2,900

$300-$1200

$145-$623

Tier Priority

High High High High Tier1

High High High High High High High High

Tier 2

High High High High High Medium Medium

Tier 3

Project Description

Fire Sprinkler. Original Installation in cafeteria only, would need to be brought up to code if remodel. Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets Tier 4 Medium foundation. Medium

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,822,200 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $182,200 - $783,300 Estimated Inflation Range: $91,110 - $391,773 Estimated Total Project Costs: $2,095,510 - $2,997,273

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Coyote Creek Acreage: 10 Original square feet: 51,020 Current square feet: 54,020

Funded by 1993 Bond Opened in 1995

2861 Baneberry Court Highlands Ranch, CO 80129 ThunderRidge High School Feeder Area, K-6

Coyote Creek Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$89,000

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 2

High

$46,500

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority

High

Tier 1-Low Priority

$96,800

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

Tier 2-Medium Priority

$4,000

Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$0

Tier 3-High Priority Tier 3-Medium Priority

Tier 4

High

$11,900

Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium Low

$2,900

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $251,100

Estimated Total Project Costs: $288,655 - $412,987

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 806 Capacity on four-track calendar = 776

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355

366

2018-19

365

346

2020-21

375

2019-20

386

2017-18

2013-14

Master Capital Plan

409

2016-17

411

2015-16

397

2014-15

398

2012-13

2010-11

458

2011-12

Capacity on traditional calendar = 582

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Coyote Creek Elementary

Tier Priority

Project Description

Exhaust Ventilation Systems. Exhaust Fans. Replace exhaust fans Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints. Re-seal High concrete block High Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Tier 2 High Lavatories. Replace faucets High Fixed Casework. Art room counter tops need replaced Insulation. The piping and insulation is in fair condition High throughout the building. There are several areas where insulation needs replacement due to valve leaks. Tier 3 Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Soccer and softball field sod has High deteriorated due to high use and needs resodded. Area needs renovation Medium Vinyl. VWC at Art Mr. 502 needs replaced and painted Other Landscape Features. Replace metal edger at shrub beds High Tier 4 with concrete mow band. Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets Medium foundation. Tier 1

High

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$89,000

$8900-$38200

$4450-$19135

$16,200

$1600-$7000

$810-$3483

$11,400 $14,900 $4,000

$1100-$4900 $1400-$6300 $400-$1800

$570-$2451 $745-$3203 $200-$860

$17,800

$1800-$7600

$890-$3827

$79,000

$7900-$34000

$3950-$16985

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$11,900

$1200-$5100

$595-$2558

$2,900

$300-$1200

$145-$623

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $251,100 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $25,000 - $107,900 Estimated Inflation Range: $12,555 - $53,987 Estimated Total Project Costs: $288,655 - $412,987

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Cresthill Middle Acreage:12 Original Square Feet: 50,237 Current Square Feet: 50,237

Funded by 1989 Bond Opened in 1990

9195 Cresthill Lane Highlands Ranch, CO 80130 Highlands Ranch High School Feeder Area, 7-8

Cresthill Middle School-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$81,000

Medium Low

$157,500 $0

Tier 2

High

$117,400

Medium

$217,300

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$6,300

High

$0

Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium Low

$2,900

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

$2,000,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $582,400

Estimated Total Project Costs: $669,820 - $958,116

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 1,474

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915

901

914

908

898

872

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

Master Capital Plan

848

871

2020-21

900

2019-20

903

2010-11

Capacity on traditional calendar = 1,250

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Cresthill Middle School

Tier Priority

High T i e r 1 Medium Medium High High Tier 2 High

Project Description

Passenger Elevators. Replace/upgrade elevator Switchgear-Main. Replace main switchgear Panels and Transformers. Replace panels and transformers Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints. Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Exterior Windows. Replace exterior windows Flooring Hallways/Classrooms. Replace VCT in corridors and Medium classrooms Flooring Kitchen. Replace kitchen flooring, original poured Medium acrylic Tier 3 Low Vinyl Coverings. Repair vinyl wall coverings as necessary Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets T i e r 4 Medium foundation.

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

$81,000 $105,000 $52,500 $4,000 $32,400 $81,000 $154,300 $63,000 $6,300 $2,900

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$8100-$34800 $10500-$45200 $5300-$22600

$4050-$17415 $5250-$22575 $2625-$11287

$400-$1800 $3200-$13900 $8100-$34800

$200-$860 $1620-$6966 $4050-$17415

$15400-$66300

$7715-$33174

$6300-$27100

$3150-$13545

$700-$2800

$315-$1354

$300-$1200

$145-$623

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $582,400 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $58,300 - $250,500 Estimated Inflation Range: $29,120 - $125,216 Estimated Total Project Costs: $669,820 - $958,116

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DC Oakes Funded by Certificate of Participation Building Purchased: 2002

961 South Plum Creek Boulevard Castle Rock, CO 80104 Douglas County Alternative High School, 9-12

Acreage: 3.3 Original Square Feet: 21,724 Current Square Feet: 21,724

DC Oakes High School-Identified Facility Projects

Tier 2

Tier 1

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority High

$32,400

Medium

$28,400

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0

$1,000,000

$2,000,000

$3,000,000

$4,000,000

$5,000,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $60,800

Estimated Total Project Costs: $69,840 - $99,972

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

160

158

160

160

2018-19

162

2017-18

Capacity on traditional calendar = 150

156

161 158

153 150

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Master Capital Plan

2020-21

2019-20

2016-17

2015-16

2014-15

2013-14

2012-13

2011-12

2010-11

144

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at DC Oakes High School

Tier Priority

Tier 1

High

Project Description

Switchgear-Main. Replace main switchgear Panels and Transformers. Replace original panels and High transformers Medium Controls. Upgrade control system

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$24,300

$2400-$10400

$1215-$5224

$8,100

$800-$3500

$405-$1741

$28,400

$2800-$12200

$1420-$6106

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $60,800 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $6,000 - $26,100 Estimated Inflation Range: $3,040 - $13,072 Estimated Total Project Costs: $69,840 - $99,972

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DCS Montessori Acreage: 8.5 Original Square Feet: 41,800 Current Square Feet: 41,800

School built in 2000 Opened in 1997

311 East Castle Pines Parkway Castle Pines, CO 80108 District Charter School, PK-8

DCS Montessori Charter-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

$332,000

Tier 2

$575,000 Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority Tier 2-High Priority

Tier 3

Tier 2-Medium Priority

$234,500

Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 4-Medium Priority

$24,000

Tier 4-Low Priority

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,165,500

Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,340,325 -$1,917,248

Student Enrollment

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440

434

2018-19

421

420

2020-21

441

2019-20

453

2017-18

2013-14

Master Capital Plan

424

2016-17

405

2014-15

404

2012-13

485

2011-12

2010-11

488

2015-16

Historic and Projected

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at DCS Montessori Charter School

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$2,000

$200-$860

$100-$430

$80,000

$8,000-$34,400

$4,000-$17,200

$250,000

$25,000-$107,500

$12,500-$53,750

$30,000

$3,000-$12,900

$1,500-$6,450

$180,000

$18,000-$77,400

$9,000-$38,700

$25,000

$2,500-$10,750

$1,250-$5,375

Mill overlay parking lot

$150,000

$15,000-$64,500

$7,500-$32,250

New parking lot

$150,000

$15,000-$64,500

$7,500-$32,250

$40,000

$4,000-$17,200

$2,000-$8,600

$30,000

$3,000-$12,900

$1,500-$6,450

Upgrade irrigation controller

$20,000

$2,000-$8,600

$1,000-$4,300

Upgrade parking lot signage

$75,000

$7,500-$32,250

$3,750-$16,125

Repair/replace operable partition wall

$28,000

$2,800-$12,040

$1,400-$6,020

Install facility security camera system Install access controlled security and detection system

$33,000

$3,300-$14,190

$1,650-$7,095

$27,000

$2,700-$11,610

$1,350-$5,805

$13,500

$1,350-$5,805

$675-$2,902

Repair concrete strip around building foundation

$8,000

$800-$3,440

$400-$1,720

Purchase/install blinds

$5,000

$500-$2,150

$250-$1,075

Repair erosion around school

$5,000

$500-$2,150

$250-$1,075

Replace trees that are dead

$7,000

$700-$3,010

$350-$1,505

Repair and caulk tie walls on NE side of building

$5,000

$500-$2,150

$250-$1,075

Seeding and maintenance in front of building

$2,000

$200-$860

$100-$430

Tier

Project Description

Maintenance repairs to generator Tier 1

Replace fire alarm system Replace roof Replace toilet partitions Replace carpet

Tier 2

Resurface gymnasium floor

Replace countertops in art room Replace sheet vinyl flooring with a seamless flooring product.

Tier 3

Install intrusion alarm system

Tier 4

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,165,500 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $116,550 - $501,165 Estimated Inflation Range: $58,275 - $250,583 Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,340,325 - $1,917,248 *Note* DCSD Charters can submit facility and infrastructure needs to the Planning & Construction department. While reasonable efforts have been made to provide data on Charter needs, DCSD does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the data provided by Charters. Prioritization of facility needs is based upon DCSD standards. These classifications may not reflect Charter preference and/or program needs. Charter schools currently fund their own capital needs.

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Douglas County High 2842 Front Street Castle Rock, CO 80104 Douglas County High School Feeder Area, 9-12

Funded by 1960 Bond Opened in 1961

Acreage: 50 Original square feet: 149,453 (North), 97,735 (South) Current square feet: 268,232 (North), 106,616 (South)

Douglas County High School-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$5,458,500

Medium Low

$317,100 $0

Tier 2

High

$2,387,600 Tier 1-High Priority

Medium

$432,300

Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

Low

$0

Tier 2-High Priority Tier 2-Medium Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3

High

$336,400

Medium

Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority

$678,400

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

Medium Low

$261,900 $0 $0

$1,000,000

$2,000,000

$3,000,000

$4,000,000

$5,000,000

$6,000,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $9,872,200

Estimated Total Project Costs: $11,352,510 - $16,237,223

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 2,873

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1820

1862

1,880

1,871

1,867

1,824

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

Master Capital Plan

1,836

1,862

2020-21

1807

2019-20

1796

2010-11

Capacity on traditional calendar = 2,705

Douglas County School District


Tier Priority High High High High

High High High High High High High Tier 1

High High High High

High

High

High High High High High High High

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$10,700

$1000-$4500

$535-$2300

$2,100 $2,100

$300-$1000 $300-$1000

$105-$451 $105-$451

$9,300

$900-$4000

$465-$1999

$20,300

$2000-$8700

$1015-$4364

$11,600

$1200-$5000

$580-$2494

$63,000

$6300-$27100

$3150-$13545

$3,600

$400-$1600

$180-$774

$3,900

$400-$1700

$195-$838

$231,400

$23100-$99400

$11570-$49751

$38,600

$3800-$16600

$1930-$8299

$109,600

$10900-$47100

$5480-$23564

$53,400

$5300-$22900

$2670-$11481

$2,100

$300-$1000

$105-$451

$3,300

$300-$1400

$165-$709

$42,800

$4300-$18400

$2140-$9202

$303,500

$30300-$130500

$15175-$65252

$9,900

$1000-$4300

$495-$2128

$1,053,300

$105300-$452900

$52665-$226459

$51,300

$5100-$22000

$2565-$11029

$17,200

$1700-$7300

$860-$3698

$86,600

$8600-$37200

$4330-$18619

$89,800

$9000-$38600

$4490-$19307

$52,500

$5300-$22600

$2625-$11287

Project Description Rusted roof deck areas above admin under BUR - remove and replace 1 small bad area. Add steel sump pans at 2 roof drains. Patch roof North- Refinish all Gyp Board soffits Roof Eaves and Soffitts. Refinish all Gyp Board soffits Gutters and Downspouts. Exterior downspouts at Industrial Arts and north Side of North Bldg need reflashing of connection to conductor heads; replace downspouts w/ more durable construction Replace exterior downspouts on South Bldg with more durable construction Glazed Roof Openings- Remove and replace broken 2x2 and 2x4 acrylic double dome skylights (12 each). Check remainder Glazed Roof Openings. Replace/repair skylights. Leaking in many areas. Interior Door Hardware. Art CR 42 - no panics at any exits- 2 reqd. Interior Door Hardware. South- Add panic devices to science cr corridor doors (4 locations) existing exterior doors OK Interior Door Hardware. Upgrade door hardware for ADA compliance Interior Door Hardware. Upgrade door hardware for ADA compliance Passenger Elevators. (Cab too small, not ADA compliant hoistway too small to allow ADA cab size) Replace Cold Water Service. Replace gate valves with ball valves throughout building Provide tempered water at all drench showers located in the north building. Domestic Water Supply Equipment. Provide backflow prevention at all water connections in north building science labs (fume hoods and work benches) Domestic Water Supply Equipment. Revise domestic water piping feeding to the north classroom wing of the north building to be overhead Domestic Water Supply Equipment.Revise domestic water service and distribution throughout north building to provide adequate residual pressures to fixtures and equipment. (Includes insulation) Roof Drains. Poor drainage at downspouts at North kitchen service drive. Provide interior roof drains in new Kitchen construction Air Distribution Systems. Air handlers. Ductwork. VAV's. Replace ductwork and air devices North Building: Replace Auto shop and welding shop Make up air units. Air Distribution Systems. Revise art room ventilation systems. The current systems are not operating properly. Exhaust Ventilation Systems. North Building: Replace Auto shop and welding shop exhaust systems with increased ventilation capacity. Exhaust Ventilation Systems. North Building: Replace exhaust fans. Exhaust Ventilation Systems. North Building: Replace Kitchen Make-up air unit. Exhaust Ventilation Systems. North Building: Revise art room ventilation systems. The current systems are not operating properly. Exhaust Ventilation Systems. Smoke vents are required over the Stage. Install four (4). Exhaust Ventilation Systems. South- lower level student restrooms have inadequate ventilation

Not all capital nneeds are shown for Douglas County High School. For a complete listing of DCHS’s capital needs see Appendix 2

Following is the list of identified facility projects at Douglas County High School

High $25,700 $2500-$11000 $1285-$5525 Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $9,872,200 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $986,700 - $4,242,500 High $21,400 $2100-$9100 $1070-$4601 Estimated Inflation Range: $493,610 - $2,122,523 High $7,700 $385-$1655 Estimated Total Project Costs: $11,352,510 -$800-$3300 $16,237,223

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Eagle Ridge Elementary Acreage: 8 Original square feet: 50,237 Current square feet: 53,237

Funded by 1984 Bond Opened in 1989

7716 Timberline Road Lone Tree, CO 80124 Highlands Ranch High School Feeder Area, K-6

Eagle Ridge Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$395,100

Medium Low

$291,000 $0

Tier 2

High

$117,500

Medium

Low

$501,800 Tier 1-High Priority

$0

Tier 1-Medium Priority

High

Tier 1-Low Priority

$79,000

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

Tier 2-Medium Priority

$0

Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$5,100

Tier 3-High Priority Tier 3-Medium Priority

Tier 4

High

$14,900

Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium Low

$2,900

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,407,300

Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,618,365 - $2,315,070

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 806 Capacity on four-track calendar = 776

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589

593

605

598

572

580

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

Master Capital Plan

593

604

2020-21

629

2019-20

607

2010-11

Capacity on traditional calendar = 582

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Eagle Ridge Elementary

Tier Priority

Project Description

High Medium T i e r 1 Medium Medium High High

Air Distribution Systems. Upgrade VAVs Direct Expansion Systems. Roof top units. Replace RTU's Switchgear-Main. Replace main switchgear Panels and Transformers. Replace panels and transformers Exterior Windows. Replace exterior windows Sink Countertops. Replace sink counter tops in 3 pods Flooring Restroom. Replace original sheet vinyl flooring with poured acrylic in 3 pods Retractable Partition. Refurbish operable partitions as necessary. Gym/cafeteria in poor shape. Flooring Cafeteria. Replace VCT Flooring Carpet. Replace carpet in hallways Water Closets. Replace toilets Urinals. Replace urinals Lavatories. Replace lavatories Controls. Upgrade control system Fixed Casework. Replace all original fixed casework in classrooms and offices Paving & Surfacing, Parking Lot. Repair service drive concrete cracking Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Renovate multi-use field Vinyl Coverings. Repair vinyl walls as necessary Seeding & Sodding. Resod/reseed grass areas Other Landscape Features. Replace metal edging with concrete mow strip Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets foundation.

High Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Tier 2 Medium Medium Medium Medium Tier 3

High Low High

Tier 4

High Medium

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$395,100 $210,000 $40,500 $40,500 $60,700 $28,400

$39500-$169800 $21000-$90300 $4000-$17400 $4000-$17400 $6100-$26100 $2800-$12200

$19755-$84946 $10500-$45150 $2025-$8707 $2025-$8707 $3035-$13050 $1420-$6106

$28,400

$2800-$12200

$1420-$6106

$10,500

$1100-$4600

$525-$2257

$15,800 $81,000 $21,000 $14,700 $10,500 $189,000

$1600-$6800 $8100-$34800 $2100-$9100 $1500-$6400 $1100-$4600 $18900-$81300

$790-$3397 $4050-$17415 $1050-$4515 $735-$3160 $525-$2257 $9450-$40635

$154,300

$15400-$66300

$7715-$33174

$5,000

$500-$2100

$250-$1075

$79,000 $5,100 $5,000

$7900-$34000 $500-$2200 $500-$2100

$3950-$16985 $255-$1096 $250-$1075

$9,900

$1000-$4300

$495-$2128

$2,900

$300-$1200

$145-$623

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,407,300 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $140,700 - $605,200 Estimated Inflation Range: $70,365- $302,570 Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,618,365 - $2,315,070

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Eldorado Elementary Acreage: 10 Original square feet: 51,688 Current square feet: 51,688

Funded by 2000 Bond Opened in 2001

1305 Timbervale Trail Highlands Ranch, CO 80126 ThunderRidge High School Feeder Area, K-6

Eldorado Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$959,800

Medium

Low

$157,500 $0

Tier 2

High

$34,500

Medium Low High

$173,300 Tier 1-High Priority

$0

Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

$0

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

$5,100

Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium Low

$3,100

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,333,300

Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,532,965 - $2,192,360

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity on four-track calendar = 776 Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 750

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378

373

2020-21

395

2018-19

425

2017-18

457

2016-17

493

2015-16

546

2014-15

588

2013-14

609

2012-13

625

2011-12

2010-11

663

2019-20

Capacity on traditional calendar = 582

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Eldorado Elementary

Tier Priority

High High Tier 1 High Medium Medium Medium High High Medium

Project Description

Roof Finishes. Replace .045 EDPM ballasted roof with .060 EDPM fully adhered Controls. Upgrade controllers. Count 69 Fire Alarm Systems. Upgrade fire alarm system Roofing. Paint metal roof Glazed Roof Openings. Skylights. Re-glaze skylights Interior Door hardware. Replace current non-restricted key system with restricted. Hardware change Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints. Re-seal concrete block Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Solid Exterior Doors. Paint exterior doors

Medium Sink Countertops. Replace sink countertops with single surface T i e r 2 Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium

Flooring Restroom. Replace sheet vinyl flooring with poured acrylic Paving and Surfacing. Roadways (Bus Loops). Mill and overlay bus loop Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Mill and overlay parking lot Curbs, Rails and Barriers. Repair/replace areas of curb. Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace areas of sidewalk Playing Fields. Playground. Replace asphalt playground

T i e r 3 Medium Vinyl Coverings. Repair/replace areas of vinyl Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets T i e r 4 Medium foundation.

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$708,800

$70900-$304800

$35440-$152392

$165,900 $85,100 $4,400 $25,600

$16600-$71400 $8500-$36600 $400-$1800 $2500-$10900

$8295-$35668 $4255-$18296 $220-$946 $1280-$5504

$127,500

$12800-$54800

$6375-$27412

$22,600

$2300-$9700

$1130-$4859

$11,900 $400

$1200-$5100 $0-$100

$595-$2558 $20-$86

$19,300

$1900-$8200

$965-$4149

$25,600

$2500-$10900

$1280-$5504

$21,300

$2100-$9100

$1065-$4579

$68,100 $4,400

$6800-$29200 $400-$1800

$3405-$14641 $220-$946

$8,600

$800-$3600

$430-$1849

$25,600

$2500-$10900

$1280-$5504

$5,100

$500-$2200

$255-$1096

$3,100

$300-$1300

$155-$666

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,333,300 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $133,000 - $572,400 Estimated Inflation Range: $66,665- $286,660 Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,532,965 - $2,192,360

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Flagstone Elementary Acreage: 10 Original square feet: 56,566 Current square feet: 56,566

Funded by 2000 Bond Opened in 2003

104 Lovington Street Castle Rock, CO 80104 Douglas County High School Feeder Area, K-6

Flagstone Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 2

Tier 1

High

$85,100

Medium

$552,000

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium Low

High

$195,000 Tier 1-High Priority

$0

Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

$0

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

$61,700

Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$2,800

High

$0

Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium Low

$2,900

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $899,500

Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,034,475 - $1,479,593

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 806 Capacity on four-track calendar = 776

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536

526

523

2020-21

536

2019-20

532

2018-19

2014-15

538

2017-18

599

2016-17

587

2013-14

662

2012-13

673

2011-12

2010-11

692

2015-16

Capacity on traditional calendar = 582

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Flagstone Elementary

Tier Priority

High Medium T i e r 1 Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Tier 2

Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium

T i e r 3 Medium Low T i e r 4 Medium

Project Description

Fire Alarm Systems. Upgrade fire alarm system Hot Water Service. Water Heater. Replace domestic water heater and associated piping. Chilled Water Systems. Upgrade chiller. Replace cell deck on cooling tower. Package Units. Replace cabinet heater in fire sprinkler room Controls. Replace Trane controls with Delta Clock and Program Systems. Upgrade clock system Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk building control joints. Seal concrete block Paint Exterior. Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Solid Exterior Doors. Recaulk door frames Sink Countertops. Replace sink countertops with single surface Flooring Restroom. Replace sheet vinyl with poured acrylic Sinks. Replace with sink countertops, single surface Paving and Surfacing. Roadways (Bus Loops). Resurface asphalt bus loop Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Resurface asphalt parking lot Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Renovate multi-use field Vinyl Covering. Repair areas of vinyl wall covering Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets foundation walls

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$85,100

$8500-$36600

$4255-$18296

$77,100

$7700-$33200

$3855-$16576

$13,600

$1300-$5800

$680-$2924

$1,600 $441,000 $18,700

$200-$700 $44100-$189700 $1900-$8100

$80-$344 $22050-$94815 $935-$4020

$23,100

$2400-$10000

$1155-$4966

$7,700 $12,800 $900

$800-$3300 $1200-$5400 $100-$400

$385-$1655 $640-$2752 $45-$193

$19,300

$1900-$8200

$965-$4149

$27,000 $11,600

$2700-$11600 $1200-$5000

$1350-$5805 $580-$2494

$23,100

$2400-$10000

$1155-$4966

$69,500

$6900-$29800

$3475-$14942

$61,700 $2,800

$6100-$26500 $300-$1200

$3085-$13265 $140-$602

$2,900

$300-$1200

$145-$623

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $899,500 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $90,000 - $386,700 Estimated Inflation Range: $44,975 - $193,393 Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,034,475 - $1,479,593

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Fox Creek Elementary Acreage: 12 Original square feet: 51,020 Current square feet: 54,020

Funded by 1993 Bond Opened in 1995

6585 Collegiate Drive Highlands Ranch, CO 801306 Highlands Ranch High School Feeder Area, K-6

Fox Creek Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$6,000

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 2

High

$123,100

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority

High

Tier 1-Low Priority

$79,000

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

Tier 2-Medium Priority

$5,000

Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium Low

$2,900

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $216,000

Estimated Total Project Costs: $248,300 - $355,140

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity on four-track calendar = 776 Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 750

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536

551

542

516

507

495

499

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

Master Capital Plan

504

508

2020-21

542

2019-20

534

2010-11

Capacity on traditional calendar = 582

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Fox Creek Elementary

Tier Priority

Tier 1

High

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Inflation Costs

$6,000

$600-$2600

$300-$1290

$16,200

$1600-$7000

$810-$3483

High

Roof Finishes. Replace seals at main corridor skylights Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints. Re-seal concrete block Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows

$11,400

$1100-$4900

$570-$2451

High

Sink Countertops. Replace sink countertops with single surface

$19,300

$1900-$8200

$965-$4149

$24,700 $51,500 $79,000 $5,000

$2500-$10600 $5100-$22100 $7900-$34000 $500-$2100

$1235-$5310 $2575-$11072 $3950-$16985 $250-$1075

$2,900

$300-$1200

$145-$623

High Tier 2

Project Description

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

High High Tier 3 High Medium

Flooring Hallways/Classrooms. Replace VCT in classrooms Flooring Kitchen. Replace kitchen flooring with MMA Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Renovate multi-use field Vinyl. Replace VWC main corridors (50%), office 507 Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets T i e r 4 Medium foundation.

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $216,000 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $21,500 - $92,700 Estimated Inflation Range: $10,800 - $46,440 Estimated Total Project Costs: $248,300 - $355,140

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Franktown Elementary Acreage: 23 Original square feet: 36,147 Current square feet: 36,147

Funded by 1978 Bond Opened in 1980

1384 North State Highway 83 Franktown, CO 80116 Ponderosa High School Feeder Area, K-5

Franktown Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$251,300

Medium Low

$265,500 $0

Tier 2

High

$32,500

Medium Low

$385,000 Tier 1-High Priority

$0

Tier 1-Medium Priority

High

Tier 1-Low Priority

$478,300

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

Tier 2-Medium Priority

$345,100

Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium Low

$12,100

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,769,800

Estimated Total Project Costs: $2,034,690 - $2,910,607

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 508

Capacity on four-track calendar = 404

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364

2020-21

2013-14

356

2019-20

2012-13

334

2018-19

2011-12

Master Capital Plan

338

2017-18

282

325

2016-17

277

322

2015-16

269

313

2014-15

277

2010-11

Capacity on traditional calendar = 340

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Franktown Elementary

Tier Priority

Controls. Upgrade control system Fire Alarm Systems. Upgrade fire alarm system Roof Finishes. Silver coat parapet walls Interior Door Hardware. Replace door hardware Clock and Program Systems. Upgrade clock system Emergency Light and Power Systems. Generator and Transfer Medium Switch. Install new generator and associated emergency systems Medium Irrigation Systems. Upgrade entire system to district standard.

High High Medium Medium T i e r 2 Medium Medium Medium

Potential Inflation Costs

$162,000 $89,300 $4,400 $127,500 $18,700

$16200-$69600 $8900-$38400 $400-$1800 $12800-$54800 $1900-$8100

$8100-$34830 $4465-$19199 $220-$946 $6375-$27412 $935-$4020

$42,600

$4200-$18300

$2130-$9159

$72,300

$7200-$31100

$3615-$15544

$6,000

$600-$2600

$300-$1290

$13,600

$1300-$5800

$680-$2924

$12,900

$1200-$5500

$645-$2773

$4,400

$400-$1800

$220-$946

$42,600

$4200-$18300

$2130-$9159

$17,100

$1700-$7300

$855-$3676

$76,600 $29,800

$7600-$32900 $2900-$12700

$3830-$16469 $1490-$6407

$14,500

$1500-$6300

$725-$3117

$191,400

$19100-$82200

$9570-$41151

$8,600

$800-$3600

$430-$1849

$255,100

$25500-$109700

$12755-$54846

$223,200

$22300-$95900

$11160-$47988

$5,100 $340,000

$500-$2200 $34000-$146200

$255-$1096 $17000-$73100

$7,000

$700-$3000

$350-$1505

$5,100

$500-$2200

$255-$1096

Project Description

High High Medium Medium T i e r 1 Medium

High

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Exterior Wall Construction. Concrete block and Brick. Recaulk control joints, repair grout, repair masonry Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Window Storefronts. Repair/replace, sand/paint entry/classroom storefronts Solid Exterior Doors. Sand and paint Retractable Partition. Refurbish or replace all classroom partitions, good condition 2012 Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace toilet partitions when flooring replaced Flooring Kitchen. Replace kitchen flooring Flooring Restroom. Replace ceramic tile with poured acrylic

Medium Wash Fountains. Replace trough washing stations with sinks (6) Medium Fixed Casework. Replace older casework Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace areas of Medium sidewalk Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Install new synthetic turf for High multi-use field Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Renovate play field and other Tier 3 High site improvements Medium Vinyl Coverings. Repair/replace vinyl coverings Medium Fire Sprinkler Water Supply. Fire sprinkle building Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets Medium Tier 4 foundation. Medium Seeding and Sodding. Renovate grass area around school.

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,769,800 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $176,400 - $760,300 Estimated Inflation Range: $88,490- $380,507 Estimated Total Project Costs: $2,034,690 - $2,910,607

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Frontier Valley Elementary Acreage:10 Original Square Feet: 55,868 Current Square Feet: 55,868

Funded by 2000 Bond Opened in 2003

23919 East Canterberry Trail Parker, CO 80138 Legend High School Feeder Area, K-5

Frontier Valley Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 2

Tier 1

High

$822,600

Medium

$30,000

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$212,200

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

Tier 2-Medium Priority

$76,700

Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$5,100

High

$0

Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium

Low

$3,100

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,149,700

Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,321,685 - $1,889,986

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity on four-track calendar = 776 Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 750

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520

497

2020-21

536

2018-19

564

2017-18

587

2016-17

618

2015-16

646

2014-15

651

2013-14

663

2012-13

670

2011-12

2010-11

692

2019-20

Capacity on traditional calendar = 582

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Frontier Elementary

Tier Priority

High

Project Description

Roof Finishes. Replace .045 EDPM ballasted roof with .060 EDPM fully adhered Controls. Upgrade control system Fire Alarm Systems. Upgrade fire alarm system Roof Finishes. Paint metal roof Glazed Roof Openings. Skylights. Re-glaze skylights Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints. Re-seal concrete block Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Window Storefronts. Recaulk windows. Clean framing Solid Exterior Doors. Paint (4)

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$579,600

$58000-$249300

$28980-$124614

$162,000 $81,000 $4,400 $25,600

$16200-$69600 $8100-$34800 $400-$1800 $2500-$10900

$8100-$34830 $4050-$17415 $220-$946 $1280-$5504

$22,600

$2300-$9700

$1130-$4859

$11,900 $4,400 $400

$1200-$5100 $400-$1800 $0-$100

$595-$2558 $220-$946 $20-$86

$19,300

$1900-$8200

$965-$4149

$25,600

$2500-$10900

$1280-$5504

$21,300

$2100-$9100

$1065-$4579

$68,100 $4,400

$6800-$29200 $400-$1800

$3405-$14641 $220-$946

$8,600

$800-$3600

$430-$1849

$25,600

$2500-$10900

$1280-$5504

$8,600

$800-$3600

$430-$1849

$68,100

$6800-$29200

$3405-$14641

Vinyl Coverings. Repair/replace areas of vinyl

$5,100

$500-$2200

$255-$1096

T i e r 4 Medium Wall Foundations. Re-caulk foundation where concrete meets.

$3,100

$300-$1300

$155-$666

High Tier 1 High Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium

Medium Sink Countertops. Replace sink countertops with single surface T i e r 2 Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium

Flooring Restroom. Replace sheet vinyl flooring with poured acrylic Paving and Surfacing. Roadways (Bus Loops). Mill and overlay bus loop Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Mill and overlay parking lot Curbs, Rails and Barriers. Repair/replace areas of curb. Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace areas of sidewalk Playing Fields. Playground. Replace asphalt playground Upper Floor. Showing cracks through carpet, cafeteria floor moving. 2012. Repair as necessary

T i e r 3 Medium Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Renovate multi-use playing field Low

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,149,700 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $114,500 - $493,100 Estimated Inflation Range: $57,485 - $247,186 Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,321,685 - $1,889,986

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Global Village Academy 18451 Ponderosa Drive Parker, CO 80134 Chaparral High School Feeder Area, K-5

Acreage: 7.39 Current Square Feet: 27,481

Opened in 2015

Global Village Academy-Identified Facility Projects

Tier 4

Tier 3

Tier 2

Tier 1

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

No capital projects identified at this time. All security and technology related capital has been summarized in the security and technology pages.

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

868

923

775 628

466

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2014-15

2019-20

2013-14

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2018-19

0

2017-18

0

2016-17

0

2015-16

0

2012-13

2010-11

0

2011-12

291

Douglas County School District


Tier

Priority

Project Description

Potential Regulatory, Estimated Professional Potential Inflation Construction Services, and Costs Cost-2016 Contracting Costs

No capital projects identified at this time. All security and technology related capital has been summarized in the security and technology pages.

*Note* DCSD Charters can submit facility and infrastructure needs to the Planning & Construction department. While reasonable efforts have been made to provide data on Charter needs, DCSD does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the data provided by Charters. Prioritization of facility needs is based upon DCSD standards. These classifications may not reflect Charter preference and/or program needs. Charter schools currently fund their own capital needs.

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Gold Rush Elementary Acreage:10 Original Square Feet: 73,146 Current Square Feet: 73,146

Funded by 2006 Bond Opened in 2008

12021 South Swift Fox Way Parker, CO 80134 Legend High School Feeder Area, K-5

Gold Rush Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Tier 4

Tier 3

Tier 2

Tier 1

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

No capital projects identified at this time. All security and technology related capital has been summarized in the security and technology pages.

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity on four-track calendar = 1,000 Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 862

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617

605

591

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

596

604

2020-21

639

2019-20

669

2015-16

692

2013-14

714

2012-13

685

2011-12

2010-11

623

2014-15

Capacity on traditional calendar = 750

Douglas County School District


Tier

Priority

Project Description

Potential Regulatory, Estimated Professional Potential Inflation Construction Services, and Costs Cost-2016 Contracting Costs

No capital projects identified at this time. All security and technology related capital has been summarized in the security and technology pages.

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Heritage Elementary Acreage:10 Original Square Feet: 51,668 Current Square Feet: 51,668

Funded by 1997 Bond Opened in 2001

3350 Summit View Parkway Highlands Ranch, CO 80126 Mountain Vista High School Feeder Area, K-6

Heritage Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$780,200

Medium Low

$157,500 $0

Tier 2

High

$256,600

Medium Low High

$154,000 Tier 1-High Priority

$0

Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

$0

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

$73,200

Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium Low

$3,000

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,424,500

Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,637,825 - $2,342,268

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 806 Capacity on four-track calendar = 776

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463

460

2020-21

466

2019-20

478

2018-19

512

2016-17

573

2015-16

610

2014-15

614

2013-14

637

2012-13

655

2011-12

2010-11

659

2017-18

Capacity on traditional calendar = 582

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Heritage Elementary

Tier Priority

High High T i e r 1 Medium Medium Medium High High High High Medium T i e r 2 Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Tier 3

Project Description

Roof Finishes. Replace .045 EDPM ballasted roof with .060 EDPM fully adhered Fire Alarm Systems. Upgrade fire alarm system Paint Exterior. Paint metal roof Glazed Roof Openings. Skylights. Re-glaze skylights Interior Door hardware. Replace current non-restricted key system with restricted. Hardware change Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints. Re-seal concrete block Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Flooring Hallways/Classrooms. Replace sections of VCT that are cracking and chipping Flooring Carpet. Replace carpet Solid Exterior Doors. Paint (4) Flooring Restroom. Replace sheet vinyl flooring with poured acrylic Paving and Surfacing. Roadways (Bus Loops). Mill and overlay bus loop Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Mill and overlay parking lot Curbs, Rails and Barriers. Repair/replace areas of curb. Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace areas of sidewalk Playing Fields. Playground. Replace asphalt playground Vinyl Coverings. Repair/replace areas of vinyl

Medium Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Renovate multi-use playing field

Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets T i e r 4 Medium foundation.

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$695,100

$69600-$298900

$34755-$149446

$85,100 $4,400 $25,600

$8500-$36600 $400-$1800 $2500-$10900

$4255-$18296 $220-$946 $1280-$5504

$127,500

$12800-$54800

$6375-$27412

$22,600

$2300-$9700

$1130-$4859

$11,900

$1200-$5100

$595-$2558

$4,800

$400-$2000

$240-$1032

$217,300 $400

$21700-$93400 $0-$100

$10865-$46719 $20-$86

$25,600

$2500-$10900

$1280-$5504

$21,300

$2100-$9100

$1065-$4579

$68,100 $4,400

$6800-$29200 $400-$1800

$3405-$14641 $220-$946

$8,600

$800-$3600

$430-$1849

$25,600 $5,100

$2500-$10900 $500-$2200

$1280-$5504 $255-$1096

$68,100

$6800-$29200

$3405-$14641

$3,000

$300-$1300

$150-$645

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,424,500 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $142,100 - $611,500 Estimated Inflation Range: $71,225 - $306,268 Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,637,825 - $2,342,268

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Highlands Ranch High Acreage: 70.82 Original square feet: 173,000 Current square feet: 243,408

Funded by 1984 Bond Opened in 1985

9375 Cresthill Lane Highlands Ranch, CO 80130 Highlands Ranch High School Feeder Area, 9-12

Highlands Ranch High School-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$3,543,100

Medium Low

$806,600 $0

Tier 2

High

$135,700

Medium Low

$1,059,500 Tier 1-High Priority

$0

High

Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

$25,600

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

$93,900

Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium

$24,900

Low

$17,100 $0

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$1,000,000

$2,000,000

$3,000,000

$4,000,000

$5,000,000

$6,000,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $5,706,400

Estimated Total Project Costs: $6,561,720 - $9,385,876

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 2,422

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1,679

1,605

1,631

1,664

1,697

1,721

1,724

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

Master Capital Plan

1,692

1,676

2020-21

1,700

2019-20

1,742

2010-11

Capacity on traditional calendar = 2,198

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Highlands Ranch High School

Tier Priority

High High High High High Tier 1

High High Medium Medium Medium Medium High High High High Medium Medium

Medium Medium T i e r 2 Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium High Medium T i e r 3 Medium

Project Description

Roof Finishes. Replace .045 EDPM ballasted roof with .060 EDPM fully adhered Passenger Elevators. Replace/upgrade elevator Direct Expansion Systems. Roof top units. Replacement of some units Controls. Upgrade control system Switchgear-Main. Replace main switchgear Panels and Transformers. Replace older panels and transformers, end of lifecycle Clock and Program Systems. Upgrade clock system Interior Door Hardware. Replace door hardware Interior Door Hardware. Replace non-restricted key system with restricted Fixed Multiple Seating. Bleachers. Replace bleachers in main gym Irrigation Systems. Replace entire system with new design. Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints. Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Exterior Windows. Replace Pella wood windows Window Storefronts. Reglaze storefront windows at auditorium entry. Recaulk windows Solid Exterior Doors. Paint exterior doors Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace some toilet partitions (50%) Flooring Cafeteria. Replace stained VCT sections Flooring Gym. Replace auxiliary gym floor Flooring Gym. Sand Aux Gym Flooring Kitchen. Replace kitchen flooring Flooring Restroom. Replace sheet vinyl with poured acrylic 4 student restrooms Theater and Stage Equipment. Replace auditorium seating Fixed Casework. Replace original casework, end of lifecycle Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace walkways to athletic fields Site Lighting Poles. Replace site lighting poles and fixtures (except entry) Vinyl Coverings. Repair/replace sections of vinyl Fences and Gates. Replace all fencing around school perimeter, parking areas

Medium Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Renovate multi-use playing field Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets Medium foundation. T i e r 4 Medium Seeding and Sodding. Renovate areas or sod around school Low

Planting. Add/replace trees, bushes, other landscape plantings

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$1,837,500

$183800-$790200

$91875-$395062

$255,100

$25500-$109700

$12755-$54846

$850,000

$85000-$365500

$42500-$182750

$404,800 $106,300

$40500-$174100 $10600-$45700

$20240-$87032 $5315-$22854

$63,800

$6400-$27400

$3190-$13717

$25,600 $197,600

$2500-$10900 $19700-$84900

$1280-$5504 $9880-$42484

$64,800

$6500-$27900

$3240-$13932

$119,100

$11900-$51200

$5955-$25606

$425,100 $17,300 $50,200 $42,600

$42500-$182800 $1700-$7400 $5100-$21600 $4200-$18300

$21255-$91396 $865-$3719 $2510-$10793 $2130-$9159

$25,600

$2500-$10900

$1280-$5504

$4,400

$400-$1800

$220-$946

$51,100

$5100-$21900

$2555-$10986

$4,400 $127,500 $13,300 $59,500

$400-$1800 $12800-$54800 $1300-$5700 $5900-$25500

$220-$946 $6375-$27412 $665-$2859 $2975-$12792

$25,600

$2500-$10900

$1280-$5504

$340,000 $425,100

$34000-$146200 $42500-$182800

$17000-$73100 $21255-$91396

$8,600

$800-$3600

$430-$1849

$25,600

$2500-$10900

$1280-$5504

$12,900

$1200-$5500

$645-$2773

$12,900

$1200-$5500

$645-$2773

$68,100

$6800-$29200

$3405-$14641

$7,800

$800-$3400

$390-$1677

$17,100

$1700-$7300

$855-$3676

$17,100

$1700-$7300

$855-$3676

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $5,706,400 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $570,000 - $2,452,600 Estimated Inflation Range: $285,320 - $1,226,876 Estimated Total Project Costs: $6,561,720 - $9,385,876

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Iron Horse Elementary Acreage:10 Original Square Feet: 51,020 Current Square Feet: 51,020

Funded by 1997 Bond Opened in 1998

20151 Tallman Drive Parker, CO 80138 Legend High School Feeder Area, K-5

Iron Horse Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$643,100

Medium Low

$113,400 $0

Tier 2

High

$161,600

Medium Low

$54,000 Tier 1-High Priority

$0

Tier 1-Medium Priority

High

Tier 1-Low Priority

$83,100

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

$16,400

Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$0

High

$4,400

Medium

$2,900

Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Low

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,078,900

Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,240,445 - $1,773,964

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity on four-track calendar = 776 Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 750

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376

2018-19

371

371

2020-21

380

2019-20

390

2017-18

421

2015-16

465

2014-15

490

2013-14

510

2012-13

546

2011-12

2010-11

553

2016-17

Capacity on traditional calendar = 582

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Iron Horse Elementary

Tier Priority

Project Description

Roof Finishes. Replace .045 EDPM ballasted roof with .060 EDPM fully adhered. Cafeteria has constant problems. Flashings & Trim. Roof flashing Fair condition. Replace with High roof. High Interior Door Hardware. Replace door hardware High Insulation. Repalce insulation in places Hot Water Distribution. DHW htr needs replaced. Pipe insulation Tier 1 High needs repair. Clock & Program Systems. Rauland Master Clock. Replace and High move bell schedule High Irrigation Systems. Needs upgraded controller and 1502 Medium Interior Door Hardware. Install restricted key system. Boiler Room Piping. Systems in good shape. If boilers Medium upgraded, all associated equipment should be upgraded. Insulation needs repair. Local Area Networks. ITS/Head End Equipment. Expanded or Medium new MDF closet (minimum 10'X10') High Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints. Exterior Wall Construction. Seal and repair concrete block. High Stress cracks same as other schools. Lack of control joints High Paint Exterior roof cap, Steel roof High Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Storefront windows. Hollow metal. Needs caulking on all High windows Retractable Partitions. Repair/replace gym/cafeteria partition. Tier 2 High Curtains need replaced due to fire retardant life. High

High High High High High Medium High High High Tier 3

High Medium Medium Medium High

Tier 4

Medium

Sink Countertops. Replace sink countertops with single surface Flooring Restrooms. Replace sheet vinyl flooring with poured acrylic, all restrooms Drinking Fountains and Coolers. Replace water coolers with fountains. Markings and Signage. Needs to be updated and added to Paving & Surfacing. Sidewalks, many areas need replaced Flooring Kitchen. Replace kitchen flooring Standard Slab on Grade. Repair slab where there are settling issues Insulation. Boiler pipe insulation needs repair Playing Fields. Poor, small field is shot Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Install new synthetic turf for small multi-use field Vinyl Coverings. Wall Finishes. Repair walls vinyl. Bathroom halls have colored vinyl that need replaced. Suspended Ceilings. Good. Need to replace all ceiling tiles in the kitchen. (need to be food grade) Grease Interceptor. Bypass if possible Seeding and Sodding. Many areas need redone Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets foundation.

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$546,000

$54600-$234800

$27300-$117390

$3,600

$400-$1600

$180-$774

$48,700 $7,100

$4800-$20900 $700-$3000

$2435-$10470 $355-$1526

$15,600

$1500-$6700

$780-$3354

$17,100

$1700-$7300

$855-$3676

$5,000 $24,300

$500-$2100 $2400-$10400

$250-$1075 $1215-$5224

$28,300

$2800-$12100

$1415-$6084

$60,800

$6100-$26200

$3040-$13072

$2,900

$300-$1200

$145-$623

$15,300

$1500-$6500

$765-$3289

$7,100 $11,400

$700-$3000 $1100-$4900

$355-$1526 $570-$2451

$1,800

$200-$800

$90-$387

$14,100

$1400-$6100

$705-$3031

$19,300

$1900-$8200

$965-$4149

$51,400

$5100-$22100

$2570-$11051

$13,400

$1300-$5700

$670-$2881

$3,600 $21,300 $54,000

$400-$1600 $2100-$9100 $5400-$23200

$180-$774 $1065-$4579 $2700-$11610

$3,600

$400-$1600

$180-$774

$7,100 $21,300

$700-$3000 $2100-$9100

$355-$1526 $1065-$4579

$51,100

$5100-$21900

$2555-$10986

$3,700

$400-$1600

$185-$795

$5,600

$600-$2400

$280-$1204

$7,100 $4,400

$700-$3000 $400-$1800

$355-$1526 $220-$946

$2,900

$300-$1200

$145-$623

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,078,900 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $107,600 - $463,100 Estimated Inflation Range: $53,945 - $231,964 Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,240,445 - $1,773,964 Douglas County School District

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Larkspur Elementary Acreage: 10 Original square feet: 19,000 Current square feet: 30,675

Funded by 1970 Bond Opened in 1972

1103 West Perry Park Avenue Larkspur, CO 80118 Castle View High School Feeder Area, K-6

Larkspur Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 2

Tier 1

High

$27,300

Medium

$276,400

Low

$0

High

$6,500

Medium Low

High

$291,600 Tier 1-High Priority

$0

Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

$0

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

$513,800

Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium Low

$4,800

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,120,400

Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,288,020 - $1,842,086

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 488

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211

221

2017-18

2018-19

227

237

2020-21

224

2019-20

241

2016-17

267

2014-15

273

2013-14

291

2012-13

298

2011-12

2010-11

298

2015-16

Capacity on traditional calendar = 376

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Larkspur Elementary

Tier Priority

High Medium Tier 1 Medium Medium High Medium Medium Medium Medium T i e r 2 Medium Medium

Project Description

Roof Finishes. Replace area E roof with .060 EDPM fully adhered Interior Door Hardware. Replace door hardware Emergency Light and Power Systems. Generator and Transfer Switch. Install new generator and associated emergency systems Irrigation Systems. Replace irrigation system. Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Exterior Wall Construction. Repair areas of metal siding Solid Exterior Doors. Repair, sand and paint exterior doors Interior Doors. Replace interior doors Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace when flooring replaced Flooring Restroom. Replace ceramic tile with poured acrylic Sinks. Replace 3 sinks in individual restrooms

Medium Wash Fountains. Replace trough washing stations with sinks (2)

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$27,300

$2800-$11800

$1365-$5869

$127,500

$12800-$54800

$6375-$27412

$63,800

$6400-$27400

$3190-$13717

$85,100 $6,500 $8,600 $4,400 $85,100 $17,100 $29,800 $1,300

$8500-$36600 $600-$2700 $800-$3600 $400-$1800 $8500-$36600 $1700-$7300 $2900-$12700 $100-$600

$4255-$18296 $325-$1397 $430-$1849 $220-$946 $4255-$18296 $855-$3676 $1490-$6407 $65-$279

$4,900

$500-$2100

$245-$1053

$127,500

$12800-$54800

$6375-$27412

$12,900

$1200-$5500

$645-$2773

$6,500

$600-$2700

$325-$1397

$35,700

$3600-$15400

$1785-$7675

$17,100 $19,200

$1700-$7300 $1900-$8200

$855-$3676 $960-$4128

T i e r 3 Medium Interior Finishes. Replace sound panels in music room and gym

$4,400

$400-$1800

$220-$946

Medium Vinyl Coverings. Repair or replace vinyl coverings Suspended Ceilings. Replace grid ceiling and tile in original Medium building Medium Fire Sprinkler Water Supply. Fire sprinkle building Fences and Gates. Repair/replace fencing where needed, wood Medium and metal Medium Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Renovate multi-use field Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets T i e r 4 Medium foundation.

$5,100

$500-$2200

$255-$1096

$35,100

$3500-$15100

$1755-$7546

$316,100

$31600-$135900

$15805-$67961

$6,500

$600-$2700

$325-$1397

$68,100

$6800-$29200

$3405-$14641

$4,800

$400-$2000

$240-$1032

Medium Fixed Casework. Replace casework in original building Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace areas of Medium sidewalk, front entry asphalt. Medium Column Foundations. Repair rusting columns at gym west side Perimeter Drainage and Insulation. Improve drainage at parking lot, mobile site, and northwest bus loop Medium Fixed Walls. Refinish all fixed walls Medium Interior Door Frames. Sand/paint door frames Medium

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,120,400 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $111,600 - $480,800 Estimated Inflation Range: $56,020 - $240,886 Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,288,020 - $1,842,086

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Legacy Point Elementary Acreage:10 Original Square Feet: 56,868 Current Square Feet: 56,868

Funded by 2000 Bond Opened in 2003

12736 South Red Rosa Circle Parker, CO 80134 Ponderosa High School Feeder Area, K-5

Legacy Point Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$77,100

Medium Low

$460,300 $0

Tier 2

High

$8,600

Medium Low

High

$233,700 Tier 1-High Priority

$0

Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

$0

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

$65,600

Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$2,800

High

$0

Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium

$2,900

Low

$1,900

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $852,900

Estimated Total Project Costs: $980,745 - $1,402,674

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 806 Capacity on four-track calendar = 776

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469

469

445

446

438

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

Master Capital Plan

459

484

2020-21

481

2019-20

481

2012-13

2010-11

504

2011-12

Capacity on traditional calendar = 582

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Legacy Point Elementary

Tier Priority

High T i e r 1 Medium Medium High Medium Medium Medium Medium

Project Description

Fire Alarm Systems. Upgrade fire alarm system Passenger Elevators. Elevator has had problems since installation. Fix elevator deficiencies Controls. Replace Trane controls with Delta Exterior Windows. Fix storefront window leakage Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk building control joints, patch cracks, water seal concrete block Paint Exterior. Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Solid Exterior Doors. Recaulk door frames

Medium Sink Countertops. Replace sink countertops with single surface T i e r 2 Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium T i e r 3 Medium Low Tier 4

Medium Low

Stair, Tread and Landing Finishes. Replace stair tread, not wearing well with discoloration Flooring Restroom. Replace sheet vinyl with poured acrylic Flooring Carpet. Replace walk off carpet at entries Sinks. Replace with sink countertops, single surface Paving and Surfacing. Roadways (Bus Loops). Resurface asphalt bus loop Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Resurface asphalt parking lot Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace damage to sidewalks due to ground movement Blinds and Other Window Treatment. Replace blinds in conference room at front entry Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Renovate multi-use field Vinyl Covering. Repair areas of vinyl wall covering Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets foundation walls Other Landscape Features. Place bollards in front of conference room at front entry

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$77,100

$7700-$33200

$3855-$16576

$19,300

$1900-$8200

$965-$4149

$441,000 $8,600

$44100-$189700 $800-$3600

$22050-$94815 $430-$1849

$23,100

$2400-$10000

$1155-$4966

$7,700 $12,800 $900

$800-$3300 $1200-$5400 $100-$400

$385-$1655 $640-$2752 $45-$193

$19,300

$1900-$8200

$965-$4149

$3,900

$400-$1700

$195-$838

$27,000 $19,300 $11,600

$2700-$11600 $1900-$8200 $1200-$5000

$1350-$5805 $965-$4149 $580-$2494

$23,100

$2400-$10000

$1155-$4966

$69,500

$6900-$29800

$3475-$14942

$15,500

$1500-$6600

$775-$3332

$3,900

$400-$1700

$195-$838

$61,700 $2,800

$6100-$26500 $300-$1200

$3085-$13265 $140-$602

$2,900

$300-$1200

$145-$623

$1,900

$200-$900

$95-$408

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $852,900 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $85,200 - $366,400 Estimated Inflation Range: $42,645 - $183,374 Estimated Total Project Costs: $980,745 - $1,402,674

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Legend High Acreage: 45 Original Square Feet: 234,588 Current Square Feet: 234,588

Funded by 2003 Bond Opened in 2008

22219 Hilltop Road Parker, CO 80134 Legend High School Feeder Area, K-6

Legend High School-Identified Facility Projects

Tier 4

Tier 3

Tier 2

Tier 1

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

No capital projects identified at this time. All security and technology related capital has been summarized in the security and technology pages.

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 2,440

1,976

2,030

2,030

2,072

2,104

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

2,101

2,085

2020-21

1,952

2019-20

1,913

2013-14

1,786

2012-13

Capacity on traditional calendar = 2,160

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2010-11

1,332

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Tier

Priority

Project Description

Potential Regulatory, Estimated Professional Potential Inflation Construction Services, and Costs Cost-2016 Contracting Costs

No capital projects identified at this time. All security and technology related capital has been summarized in the security and technology pages.

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Lone Tree Elementary Funded by Certificate of Participation Opened in 2007

9375 Heritage Hills Circle Lone Tree, CO 80124 District Magnet School, K-6

Acreage: 9.7 Original Square Feet: 57,509 Current Square Feet: 57,509

Lone Tree Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Tier 4

Tier 3

Tier 2

Tier 1

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

No capital projects identified at this time. All security and technology related capital has been summarized in the security and technology pages.

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity on four-track calendar = 776

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482

464

469

467

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

471

476

2020-21

501

2019-20

497

2014-15

468

2012-13

519

2011-12

2010-11

549

2013-14

Capacity on traditional calendar = 582

Douglas County School District


Tier

Priority

Project Description

Potential Regulatory, Estimated Professional Potential Inflation Construction Services, and Costs Cost-2016 Contracting Costs

No capital projects identified at this time. All security and technology related capital has been summarized in the security and technology pages.

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Mammoth Heights Elementary Acreage:10 Original Square Feet: 73,146 Current Square Feet: 73,146

Funded by 2006 Bond Opened in 2007

9500 Stonegate Parkway Parker, CO 80134 Chaparral High School Feeder Area, K-6

Mammoth Heights Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Tier 4

Tier 3

Tier 2

Tier 1

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

No capital projects identified at this time. All security and technology related capital has been summarized in the security and technology pages.

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity on four-track calendar = 1,000 Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 862 Capacity on traditional calendar = 750

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719

708

699

671

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

682

705

2020-21

744

2019-20

753

2013-14

841

2012-13

837

2011-12

2010-11

802

Douglas County School District


Tier

Priority

Project Description

Potential Regulatory, Estimated Professional Potential Inflation Construction Services, and Costs Cost-2016 Contracting Costs

No capital projects identified at this time. All security and technology related capital has been summarized in the security and technology pages.

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Meadow View Elementary Acreage: 15 Original square feet: 51,668 Current square feet: 51,668

Funded by 1997 Bond Opened in 2000

3700 Butterfield Crossing Castle Rock, CO 80109 Castle View High School Feeder Area, K-6

Meadow View Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$889,000

Medium Low

$88,900 $0

Tier 2

High

$516,700

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority

High

Tier 1-Low Priority

$85,300

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

$170,400

Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium Low

$2,900

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,753,200

Estimated Total Project Costs: $2,016,160 - $2,883,938

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity on four-track calendar = 776 Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 750 Capacity on traditional calendar = 582

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470

467

487

485

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

502

517

2020-21

495

2019-20

474

2013-14

581

2012-13

565

2011-12

2010-11

574

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Meadow View Elementary

Tier Priority

Project Description

Roof Finishes. Replace .045 mil EDPM ballasted roof with .060 fully adhered Door Hardware. Levers reaching end of life cycle. Replace High levers High Controls- Upgrade controllers. Count 72 Tier 1 High Clock and Program Systems. Replace Simplex clock system High Fire Alarm Systems. Upgrade fire alarm system High Irrigation Systems. Upgrade irrigation controller Door Hardware. Replace non-restricted key system with Medium restricted Local Area Networks. ITS/Head End Equipment. Expanded or Medium new MDF closet (minimum 10'X10') Exterior Wall Construction. Re-seal Concrete block. Repair High stress cracks from settling. Re-caulk all joints. High

Potential Inflation Costs

$556,500

$55700-$239300

$27825-$119647

$35,700

$3600-$15400

$1785-$7675

$182,200 $15,400 $85,100 $14,100

$18200-$78400 $1500-$6600 $8500-$36600 $1400-$6100

$9110-$39173 $770-$3311 $4255-$18296 $705-$3031

$28,100

$2800-$12000

$1405-$6041

$60,800

$6100-$26200

$3040-$13072

$14,300

$1500-$6200

$715-$3074

High

Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints, repair grout

$6,000

$600-$2600

$300-$1290

High High

Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Retractable Partition. Replace operable partition at gym Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace toilet partitions in 4 boys and 4 girls restrooms

$11,400 $14,100

$1100-$4900 $1400-$6100

$570-$2451 $705-$3031

$26,800

$2700-$11500

$1340-$5762

Sink Countertops. Replace sink countertops with single surface

$19,300

$1900-$8200

$965-$4149

$75,000

$7500-$32300

$3750-$16125

$140,600 $70,400 $7,500

$14100-$60500 $7000-$30300 $800-$3200

$7030-$30229 $3520-$15136 $375-$1612

$46,900

$4700-$20100

$2345-$10083

$84,400

$8400-$36200

$4220-$18146

$900

$100-$400

$45-$193

$84,400 $25,000

$8400-$36200 $2500-$10800

$4220-$18146 $1250-$5375

$140,600

$14100-$60500

$7030-$30229

$4,800

$400-$2000

$240-$1032

$2,900

$300-$1200

$145-$623

High Tier 2

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

High High High High High High High High

High T i e r 3 Medium Medium Medium T i e r 4 Medium

Paving and Surfacing. Roadways (Bus Loops). Resurface bus loop Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Resurface parking lot Curbs, Rails and Barriers. Replace curb with snow curb Markings and Signage. Upgrade parking lot signage Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Replace/repair areas of sidewalk Playing Fields. Playground. Replace playground asphalt playpad Column Foundations. Movement on east side, survey in 2015, repair as necessary Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Renovate multi-use field Vinyl Coverings. Replace vinyl in hallways Fences and Gates. Replace dumpster enclosure with new enclosure, repair site fencing and backstop_x000D_ Retaining Walls. Minor repairs on retaining wall Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets foundation.

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,753,200 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $175,300 - $753,800 Estimated Inflation Range: $87,660 - $376,938 Estimated Total Project Costs: $2,016,160 - $2,883,938

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Mesa Middle Acreage: 22 Original Square Feet: 132,414 Current Square Feet: 132,414

Funded by 2003 Bond Opened in 2008

365 Mitchell Street Castle Rock, CO 80104 Douglas County High School Feeder Area, 7-8

Mesa Middle School-Identified Facility Projects

Tier 4

Tier 3

Tier 2

Tier 1

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

No capital projects identified at this time. All security and technology related capital has been summarized in the security and technology pages.

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 1,539

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943

921

877

873

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

883

868

2020-21

962

2019-20

993

2014-15

2011-12

1,000

2013-14

941

2012-13

896

2010-11

Capacity on traditional calendar = 1,315

Douglas County School District


Tier

Priority

Project Description

Potential Regulatory, Estimated Professional Potential Inflation Construction Services, and Costs Cost-2016 Contracting Costs

No capital projects identified at this time. All security and technology related capital has been summarized in the security and technology pages.

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Mountain Ridge Middle Acreage: 31.7 Original square feet: 136,760 Current square feet: 136,760

Funded by 2000 Bond Opened in 2003

10590 Mountain Vista Ridge Highlands Ranch, CO 80126 Mountain Vista High School Feeder Area, 7-8

Mountain Ridge Middle School-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$325,500

Medium Low

$7,700 $0

Tier 2

High

$68,100

Medium Low High

$239,400 Tier 1-High Priority

$0

Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

$0

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

$82,300

Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$3,900

High

$0

Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium Low

$19,900

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

$2,000,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $746,800

Estimated Total Project Costs: $858,740 - $1,228,162

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 1,539

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1,059

1,040

983

2020-21

1,086

2019-20

1,164

2018-19

1,153

2017-18

2012-13

1,131

2016-17

2011-12

Master Capital Plan

1,119

2015-16

1,056

2014-15

1,017

2013-14

1,052

2010-11

Capacity on traditional calendar = 1,315

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Mountain Ridge Middle School

Tier Priority

Project Description

High Fire Alarm Systems. Upgrade fire alarm system T i e r 1 Medium Chilled Water Systems. Clean cooling tower Medium Fixed Multiple Seating. Bleachers. Repair bleachers in gym Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Mill and overlay all parking High areas Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk building control joints, Medium repair crack in gym wall Medium Paint Exterior. Medium Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Medium Solid Exterior Doors. Recaulk door frames Retractable Partition. Repair operable partitions in pods. One Medium between SPED rooms in poor shape Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace toilet partitions in all T i e r 2 Medium restrooms Sink Countertops. Replace sink countertops in all restrooms Medium with single surface Medium Flooring Cafeteria. Replace VCT Medium Flooring Gym. Sand and refinish gym floor Medium Flooring Restroom. Replace sheet vinyl with poured acrylic Medium Sinks. Replace with sink countertops, single surface Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace areas of Medium concrete sidewalk Upper Floor. Repair prestress concrete tees at Medium cafeteria/commons, separating causing cracks in floor and VCT damage Upper floor. Some movement occurring south of commons T i e r 3 Medium expansion joint. Carpet splitting, wall joint seperation Medium Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Renovate multi-use field Low Vinyl Covering. Repair areas of vinyl wall covering Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets Medium Tier 4 foundation walls Other Landscape Features. Renovate areas of landscaping Medium around school. Many patches of bare ground

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$325,500 $1,900 $5,800

$32600-$140000 $200-$900 $600-$2500

$16275-$69982 $95-$408 $290-$1247

$68,100

$6800-$29200

$3405-$14641

$4,500

$400-$1900

$225-$967

$7,700 $21,700 $900

$800-$3300 $2100-$9300 $100-$400

$385-$1655 $1085-$4665 $45-$193

$19,300

$1900-$8200

$965-$4149

$57,900

$5800-$24900

$2895-$12448

$34,700

$3500-$14900

$1735-$7460

$11,600 $7,700 $46,400 $23,100

$1200-$5000 $800-$3300 $4600-$19900 $2400-$10000

$580-$2494 $385-$1655 $2320-$9976 $1155-$4966

$3,900

$400-$1700

$195-$838

$12,900

$1200-$5500

$645-$2773

$7,700

$800-$3300

$385-$1655

$61,700 $3,900

$6100-$26500 $400-$1700

$3085-$13265 $195-$838

$4,400

$400-$1800

$220-$946

$15,500

$1500-$6600

$775-$3332

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $746,800 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $74,600 - $320,800 Estimated Inflation Range: $37,340 - $160,562 Estimated Total Project Costs: $858,740 - $1,228,162

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Mountain View Primary Acreage: 10 Original square feet: 43,360 Current square feet: 46,638

Funded by 1978 Bond Opened in 1980

8502 East Pinery Parkway Parker, CO 80134 Ponderosa High School Feeder Area, K-2

Mountain View Primary School-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$540,500

Medium Low

$119,200 $0

Tier 2

High

$132,100

Medium Low

$340,100 $0

Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority

Tier 3

High

$255,100

Tier 1-Low Priority Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

$345,100

Tier 2-Medium Priority

Tier 4

Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium Low

Tier 3-High Priority Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

$15,500

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,747,600

Estimated Total Project Costs: $2,009,180 - $2,873,834

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity on four-track calendar = 800 Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 768

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327

311

312

306

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

314

318

2020-21

334

2019-20

331

2014-15

375

2012-13

415

2011-12

2010-11

433

2013-14

Capacity on traditional calendar = 600

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Mountain View Primary School

Tier Priority

Project Description

High High High T i e r 1 Medium

Direct Expansion Systems. Replace RTU's Controls. Upgrade control system Fire Alarm Systems. Upgrade fire alarm system Roof Finishes. Silver coat parapet walls Emergency Light and Power Systems. Generator and Transfer Medium Switch. Install new generator and associated emergency systems Medium Irrigation Systems. Upgrade entire system to district standard. High High High Medium Medium Medium

Medium Medium T i e r 2 Medium

Window Storefronts. Repair/replace, sand/paint entry/classroom storefronts Paving and Surfacing. Bus Loop. Mill and overlay bus loop Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Mill and overlay parking lot Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows, repair a couple rusting through, kitchen and teachers lounge Solid Exterior Doors. Sand and paint Retractable Partitions. Refurbish or replace classroom partitions Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace when flooring replaced Flooring Hallways/Classrooms. Refinish stage floor Flooring Restroom. Replace ceramic tile with poured acrylic

Medium Wash Fountains. Replace trough washing stations with sinks (6) Medium Fixed Casework. Replace older casework Curbs, Rails and Barriers. Repair/replace areas of curb. Install Medium new curb and gutter at parking lot for better drainage. Move trash container area Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace areas of Medium sidewalk. Widen side walk at service entry area. Install drainage chase under sidewalk outside gym entry Medium Playing Fields. Playground. Replace asphalt playground Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Install new synthetic turf for High multi-use field T i e r 3 Medium Vinyl Coverings. Repair/replace vinyl wall coverings Medium Fire Sprinkler Water Supply. Fire sprinkle building Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets Medium Tier4 foundation. Medium Seeding and Sodding. Renovate grass area around school.

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$294,000 $162,000 $84,500 $8,600

$29400-$126500 $16200-$69600 $8400-$36300 $800-$3600

$14700-$63210 $8100-$34830 $4225-$18167 $430-$1849

$63,800

$6400-$27400

$3190-$13717

$46,800

$4600-$20100

$2340-$10062

$12,900

$1200-$5500

$645-$2773

$68,100 $51,100

$6800-$29200 $5100-$21900

$3405-$14641 $2555-$10986

$14,500

$1500-$6300

$725-$3117

$4,400

$400-$1800

$220-$946

$42,600

$4200-$18300

$2130-$9159

$17,100 $4,400 $29,800

$1700-$7300 $400-$1800 $2900-$12700

$855-$3676 $220-$946 $1490-$6407

$14,500

$1500-$6300

$725-$3117

$127,500

$12800-$54800

$6375-$27412

$42,600

$4200-$18300

$2130-$9159

$25,600

$2500-$10900

$1280-$5504

$17,100

$1700-$7300

$855-$3676

$255,100

$25500-$109700

$12755-$54846

$5,100 $340,000

$500-$2200 $34000-$146200

$255-$1096 $17000-$73100

$6,900

$700-$2900

$345-$1483

$8,600

$800-$3600

$430-$1849

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,747,600 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $174,200 - $750,500 Estimated Inflation Range: $87,380 - $375,734 Estimated Total Project Costs: $2,009,180 - $2,873,834

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Mountain Vista High Acreage: 93.2 Original square feet: 234,588 Current square feet: 256,685

Funded by 1997 Bond Opened in 2001

10585 Mountain Vista Ridge Highlands Ranch, CO 80126 Mountain Vista High School Feeder Area, 9-12

Mountain Vista High School-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$1,793,900

Medium Low

$348,600 $0

Tier 2

High

$704,300

Medium

$120,800

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

Tier 2-Medium Priority

$114,900

Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium Low

$30,500

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$1,000,000

$2,000,000

$3,000,000

$4,000,000

$5,000,000

$6,000,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $3,113,000

Estimated Total Project Costs: $3,579,450 - $5,119,895

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 2,519

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2,141

2,190

2,219

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

Master Capital Plan

2,335

2,332

2,333

2,338

2020-21

2,098

2019-20

2,071

2018-19

2,032

2017-18

2,036

2010-11

Capacity on traditional calendar = 2,295

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Mountain Vista High School

Tier Priority

High Tier 1

High Medium Medium High High High High Medium Medium

T i e r 2 Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium

Project Description

Roof Finishes. Replace .045 EDPM ballasted roof with .060 EDPM fully adhered. Roof over office and 200 pod leaks often. Does not include F-pod Controls. Upgrade control system Paint Exterior. Paint metal roof Interior Door hardware. Replace current non-restricted key system with restricted. Hardware change Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints. Re-seal concrete block Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Window Curtain Walls. Recaulk/reglaze curtain wall windows Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Mill and overlay all parking areas Exterior Wall Construction. Repair cracks in concrete block east wall on new wing northern area Solid Exterior Doors. Paint exterior doors (8) total Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Repair toilet partitions as necessary Flooring Kitchen. Mountain Vista High School the flooring in the kitchen needs redone the cooks have slipped and fell several times this year. Flooring Restroom. Repair crack upper level main hall women's and men's restroom Site Improvements. Add additional parking and new roadways for traffic flow Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace areas of sidewalk Vinyl Coverings. Repair/replace areas of vinyl

T i e r 3 Medium Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Renovate multi-use playing field T i e r 4 Medium

Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets foundation.

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$1,470,000

$147000-$632100

$73500-$316050

$323,900 $8,600

$32400-$139200 $800-$3600

$16195-$69638 $430-$1849

$340,000

$34000-$146200

$17000-$73100

$53,000

$5300-$22700

$2650-$11395

$64,600 $34,100

$6500-$27800 $3400-$14600

$3230-$13889 $1705-$7331

$552,600

$55200-$237500

$27630-$118809

$2,600

$200-$1100

$130-$559

$700

$0-$300

$35-$150

$8,600

$800-$3600

$430-$1849

$51,100

$5100-$21900

$2555-$10986

$4,400

$400-$1800

$220-$946

$44,800

$4500-$19200

$2240-$9632

$8,600

$800-$3600

$430-$1849

$12,900

$1200-$5500

$645-$2773

$102,000

$10200-$43800

$5100-$21930

$30,500

$3000-$13100

$1525-$6557

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $3,113,000 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $310,800 - $1,337,600 Estimated Inflation Range: $155,650 - $669,295 Estimated Total Project Costs: $3,579,450 - $5,119,895

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North Star Academy 16700 Keystone Boulevard Parker, CO 80134 District Charter School, K-8

Acreage: 4.8 Original Square Feet: 28,900 Current Square Feet: 28,900

Opened in 2005

North Star Academy-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

$200,000

Tier 2

$36,000 Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority Tier 2-High Priority Tier 2-Medium Priority

Tier 3

$70,000

Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 4-Medium Priority

$11,725

Tier 4-Low Priority

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $317,725

Estimated Total Project Costs: $365,384 - $522,658

Student Enrollment

665

2018-19

665

665

2020-21

664

2019-20

667

2017-18

2014-15

665

2016-17

670

2015-16

669

2013-14

Historic and Projected

651

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2012-13

595

2011-12

2010-11

587

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at North Star Academy Charter School

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$200,000

$20000-$86,000

$10,000-$43,000

Replace flooring in Art Room

$6,000

$600-$2,580

$300-$1,290

Upgrade irrigation controller

$20,000

$2,000-$8,600

$1,000-$4,300

Repair areas of damaged sidewalk

$10,000

$1,000-$4,300

$500-$2,150

Re-work playing field for drainage Install access controlled security and detection system

$25,000

$2,500-$10,750

$1,250-$5,375

$4,000

$400-$1,720

$200-$860

Install facility security camera system

$38,000

$3,800-$16,340

$1,900-$8,170

Install intrusion alarm system

$3,000

$300-$1,290

$150-$645

Fix drainage west of parking lot

$5,000

$500-$2,150

$250-$1,075

Seed/sod areas west and north of playground

$6,725

$672-$2,891

$336-$1,445

Site Component Tier

Tier 1

Tier 2

Tier 3

Tier 4

Project Description

Replace 11 HVAC units

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $317,725 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $31,773 - $136,622 Estimated Inflation Range: $15,886 - $68,311 Estimated Total Project Costs: $365,384- $522,658 *Note* DCSD Charters can submit facility and infrastructure needs to the Planning & Construction department. While reasonable efforts have been made to provide data on Charter needs, DCSD does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the data provided by Charters. Prioritization of facility needs is based upon DCSD standards. These classifications may not reflect Charter preference and/or program needs. Charter schools currently fund their own capital needs.

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Northeast Intermediate Acreage:15 Original Square Feet: 34,698 Current Square Feet: 47,660

Funded by 1960 Bond Opened in 1966

6598 North State Highway 83 Parker, CO 80134 Ponderosa High School Feeder Area, 3-5

Northeast Intermediate School-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$164,700

Medium Low

$624,300 $0

Tier 3

Tier 2

High

$63,300

Medium

$648,000

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

Tier 2-Medium Priority

$362,200

Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium Low

$11,000

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,873,500

Estimated Total Project Costs: $2,153,875 - $3,080,303

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity on four-track calendar = 672 Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 616

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352

356

2020-21

357

2019-20

376

2018-19

402

2017-18

442

2015-16

2013-14

415

2014-15

472

2012-13

455

2011-12

2010-11

501

2016-17

Capacity on traditional calendar = 504

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Following is the list of identified facility projects at Northeast Intermediate School

Tier Priority

High High High Medium T i e r 1 Medium Medium Medium Medium High High High High Medium Medium T i e r 2 Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium

Project Description

Roof Finishes. Replace 60mil ballasted roof over 1991 addition (front entry,gym and band rooms) Panels and Transformers. Replace original panels and transformers Irrigation Systems. Update entire irrigation system Roof Finishes. New blocks for roof piping, disintegrating Roof Finishes. Replace 60mil fully adhered roof over original building and art room Gutters and Downspouts. Fix gutter and downspout drainage issues Interior Door hardware. Replace current non-restricted key system with restricted. Hardware change Emergency Light and Power Systems. Generator and Transfer Switch. Install new generator and associated emergency systems Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints, repair grout, fix crack on west side Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Window Storefronts. Repair/replace, sand/paint entry/classroom storefronts Flooring Carpet. Replace carpet in band room and office work area. Paint Exterior. Paint Concrete block chiller enclosure Solid Exterior Doors. Sand and paint Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace toilet partitions when flooring replaced Flooring Cafeteria. Replace VCT in cafeteria Flooring Gym. Replace synthetic tartan floor Flooring Kitchen. Replace poured acrylic floor in kitchen Flooring Restroom. Replace ceramic tile with poured acrylic Flooring Carpet. Replace carpet Fixed Casework. Replace all old casework Site Improvements. Fix site drainage issues around building Paving and Surfacing. Roadways (Bus Loops). Mill and overlay bus loop

Medium Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Mill and overlay parking lot Medium Medium Medium T i e r 3 Medium Medium Tier 4

Medium Medium

Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace areas of sidewalk, rework front entry for drainage Playing Fields. Playground. Replace playground play pads Wall Foundations. Repair foundation wall on south side Vinyl Coverings. Repair/replace vinyl wall coverings Fire Sprinkler Water Supply. Fire sprinkle building Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets foundation. Seeding and Sodding. Renovate grass areas around school.

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$105,000

$10500-$45200

$5250-$22575

$42,600

$4200-$18300

$2130-$9159

$17,100 $4,400

$1700-$7300 $400-$1800

$855-$3676 $220-$946

$420,000

$42000-$180600

$21000-$90300

$8,600

$800-$3600

$430-$1849

$127,500

$12800-$54800

$6375-$27412

$63,800

$6400-$27400

$3190-$13717

$29,800

$2900-$12700

$1490-$6407

$12,000

$1200-$5200

$600-$2580

$17,100

$1700-$7300

$855-$3676

$4,400

$400-$1800

$220-$946

$900 $4,400

$100-$400 $400-$1800

$45-$193 $220-$946

$17,100

$1700-$7300

$855-$3676

$8,600 $34,100 $55,300 $29,800 $187,100 $127,500 $17,100

$800-$3600 $3400-$14600 $5500-$23700 $2900-$12700 $18700-$80400 $12800-$54800 $1700-$7300

$430-$1849 $1705-$7331 $2765-$11889 $1490-$6407 $9355-$40226 $6375-$27412 $855-$3676

$68,100

$6800-$29200

$3405-$14641

$51,100

$5100-$21900

$2555-$10986

$21,300

$2100-$9100

$1065-$4579

$25,600 $17,100 $5,100 $340,000

$2500-$10900 $1700-$7300 $500-$2200 $34000-$146200

$1280-$5504 $855-$3676 $255-$1096 $17000-$73100

$6,600

$600-$2800

$330-$1419

$4,400

$400-$1800

$220-$946

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,873,500 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $186,700 - $804,000 Estimated Inflation Range: $93,675 - $402,803 Estimated Total Project Costs: $2,153,875 - $3,080,303 Douglas County School District

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Northridge Elementary Acreage:10 Original Square Feet: 44,465 Current Square Feet: 48,055

Funded by Capital Reserve Opened in 1982

6555 Southpark Road Highlands Ranch, CO 80126 Mountain Vista High School Feeder Area, K-6

Northridge Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$134,600

Medium

Low

$78,700 $0

Tier 2

High

$206,900

Medium

$406,300

Low

Tier 1-High Priority

$7,700

High

Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

$68,100

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

$93,400

Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium Low

$18,400

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,014,100

Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,166,205 - $1,667,632

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 806 Capacity on four-track calendar = 776

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719

700

694

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

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696

693

2020-21

743

2019-20

733

2014-15

2011-12

756

2013-14

722

2012-13

713

2010-11

Capacity on traditional calendar = 582

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Northridge Elementary

Tier Priority

High High T i e r 1 Medium Medium High High High High High High Medium Medium T i e r 2 Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Low High Medium T i e r 3 Medium Medium Tier 4

Medium Medium

Project Description

Exhaust Ventilation System. Replace MUA in kitchen Fire Alarm Systems. Upgrade fire alarm system Hot Water Service. Water Heater. Replace domestic water heater and associated piping. Air Distribution Systems. Air handlers. Ductwork. VAV's. Paint roof AHUs Paint Exterior. Exterior trim and doors need painted Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Exterior Windows. Replace exterior windows Paving and Surfacing. Bus Loop. Mill and overlay bus loop Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Mill and overlay parking lot Playing Fields. Playground. Replace playground play pads Retractable Partition. Repair/replace or replace with fixed wall all operable partitions between classrooms Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace toilet partitions in all restrooms, original Flooring Hallways/Classrooms. Repair VCT in art room and preschool seperating. Might be shrinking Flooring Restroom. Replace ceramic tile with poured acrylic Flooring Carpet. Replace carpet, some seams splitting (2014 assessment) Sinks. Replace sinks in kindergarten restrooms and restrooms by cafeteria, 4 total Drinking Fountains and Coolers. Replace metal drinking fountains in hallways, 2 total Fixed Casework. Replace all original fixed casework in classrooms and offices Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace areas of concrete sidewalk cracks and heaving Exterior Wall Construction. Repair concrete block and brick at corners where cracked and broken off Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Renovate multi-use field Suspended Ceilings. Replace ceiling grid and tile Blinds and Other Window Treatment. Replace blinds at gym windows. Site Improvements. Repair drainage issues at front of site Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets foundation. Seeding and Sodding. Renovate grass areas around school

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$49,500 $85,100

$5000-$21300 $8500-$36600

$2475-$10642 $4255-$18296

$77,100

$7700-$33200

$3855-$16576

$1,600

$200-$700

$80-$344

$7,000 $11,400 $60,700 $34,100 $68,100 $25,600

$700-$3000 $1100-$4900 $6100-$26100 $3400-$14600 $6800-$29200 $2500-$10900

$350-$1505 $570-$2451 $3035-$13050 $1705-$7331 $3405-$14641 $1280-$5504

$23,100

$2400-$10000

$1155-$4966

$30,900

$3100-$13300

$1545-$6643

$3,900

$400-$1700

$195-$838

$29,800

$2900-$12700

$1490-$6407

$169,600

$17000-$72900

$8480-$36464

$15,500

$1500-$6600

$775-$3332

$2,400

$200-$1000

$120-$516

$123,400

$12400-$53100

$6170-$26531

$7,700

$800-$3300

$385-$1655

$7,700

$800-$3300

$385-$1655

$68,100 $77,100

$6800-$29200 $7700-$33200

$3405-$14641 $3855-$16576

$7,700

$800-$3300

$385-$1655

$8,600

$800-$3600

$430-$1849

$2,900

$300-$1200

$145-$623

$15,500

$1500-$6600

$775-$3332

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,014,100 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $101,400 - $435,500 Estimated Inflation Range: $50,705 - $218,032 Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,166,205 - $1,667,632

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Parker Core Knowledge Acreage: 6.5 Original Square Feet: 30,000 Current Square Feet: 53,190

School built in 2000 Opened in 2000

11661 Pine Drive Parker, CO 80138 District Charter School, PK-8

Parker Core Knowledge-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

$25,000

Tier 2

$224,500 Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority Tier 2-High Priority Tier 2-Medium Priority

Tier 3

$157,517

Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 4-Medium Priority

$75,000

Tier 4-Low Priority

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $482,017

Estimated Total Project Costs: $554,320 - $792,919

Student Enrollment

694

2018-19

696

697

2020-21

693

2019-20

692

2017-18

651

2016-17

577

628

2015-16

552

602

2014-15

Historic and Projected

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2012-13

2011-12

2010-11

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Following is the list of identified facility projects at Parker Core Knowledge Charter School Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

Replace water heater and piping

$25,000

$2,500-$10,750

$1,250-$5,375

Replace toilet partitions, 2 adult, 4 student

$20,000

$2,000-$8,600

$1,000-$4,300

Replace art room casework

$7,500

$750-$3,225

$375-$1,612

Upgrade irrigation system

$27,000

$2,700-$11,610

$1,350-$5,805

$160,000

$16,000-$68,800

$8,000-$34,400

Repair areas of damaged sidewalk

$10,000

$1,000-$4,300

$500-$2,150

Install grab bars in staff restroom

$500

$50-$215

$25-$107

$2,800

$280-$1,204

$140-$602

$12,000

$1,200-$5,160

$600-$2,580

Asphalt repairs and crack sealing

$4,000

$400-$1,720

$200-$860

Concrete sidewalk and curb repair

$5,000

$500-$2,150

$250-$1,075

Renovate multi-use field

$60,000

$6,000-$25,800

$3,000-$12,900

Install ramps, etc. playground Install access controlled security and detection system

$10,000

$1,000-$4,300

$500-$2,150

$26,901

$2,690-$11,567

$1,345-$5,783

$33,626

$3,362-$14,459

$1,681-$7,229

Install intrusion alarm system

$2,690

$269-$1,156

$134-$578

Replace edging in places, areas around building

$5,000

$500-$2,150

$250-$1,075

$70,000

$7,000-$30,100

$3,500-$15,050

Tier

Tier 1

Tier 2

Project Description

Mill and overlay parking lot

Install van-accessible signage Upgrade markings and signage

Tier 3

Install facility security camera system

Tier 4

Replace dead trees

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $482,017 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $48,202 - $207,267 Estimated Inflation Range: $24,101 - $103,634 Estimated Total Project Costs: $554,320 - $792,919 *Note* DCSD Charters can submit facility and infrastructure needs to the Planning & Construction department. While reasonable efforts have been made to provide data on Charter needs, DCSD does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the data provided by Charters. Prioritization of facility needs is based upon DCSD standards. These classifications may not reflect Charter preference and/or program needs. Charter schools currently fund their own capital needs.

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Pine Grove Elementary Acreage:10 Original Square Feet: 51,020 Current Square Feet: 54,020

Funded by 1993 Bond Opened in 1995

10450 Stonegate Parkway Parker, CO 80134 Chaparral High School Feeder Area, K-6

Pine Grove Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$98,900

Medium Low

$52,500 $0

Tier 2

High

$208,600

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority

High

Tier 1-Low Priority

$118,500

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

$14,900

Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$0

Tier 3-High Priority Tier 3-Medium Priority

Tier 4

High

$49,500

Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium

Low

$2,900

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $545,800

Estimated Total Project Costs: $627,590 - $897,647

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 806 Capacity on four-track calendar = 776

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568

568

563

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

556

564

2020-21

598

2019-20

603

2014-15

2011-12

624

2013-14

596

2012-13

597

2010-11

Capacity on traditional calendar = 582

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Pine Grove Elementary

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$98,900

$9800-$42400

$4945-$21263

$52,500

$5300-$22600

$2625-$11287

$16,200

$1600-$7000

$810-$3483

$7,000 $11,400

$700-$3000 $1100-$4900

$350-$1505 $570-$2451

$10,500

$1100-$4600

$525-$2257

$29,400

$3000-$12700

$1470-$6321

Sink Countertops. Replace sink countertops with single surface

$20,300

$2000-$8700

$1015-$4364

Flooring Kitchen. Replace kitchen flooring with MMA Paving & Surfacing, Parking Lot. 15 additional parking spaces High to meet current Ed. Spec. Add landscape and irrigation. Markings & Signage. Upgrade vehicle parking/circulation High signage Insulation. The piping and insulation is in fair condition High throughout the building. There are several areas where insulation needs replacement due to valve leaks. Tier 3 Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Field sod has deteriorated due High to high use and needs resodded. Area needs renovation Medium Vinyl. 50% VWC in Main Corridors, art room need replaced Other Landscape Features. Metal edger at shrub beds should be replaced with concrete mow band. Hillside between asphalt High play area and ballfield is eroding. Regrade to eliminate steep Tier 4 areas Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets Medium foundation.

$51,500

$5100-$22100

$2575-$11072

$59,300

$5900-$25400

$2965-$12749

$300-$1300

$150-$645

$39,500

$4000-$17000

$1975-$8492

$79,000

$7900-$34000

$3950-$16985

$14,900

$1400-$6300

$745-$3203

$49,500

$5000-$21300

$2475-$10642

$300-$1200

$145-$623

Tier Priority

Project Description

Exhaust Ventilation Systems. Exhaust Fans. The exhaust fans throughout the building are 12 years old and have an expected Tier 1 service life of 15 years Direct Expansion Systems. Replace swamp cooling MUA unit/s Medium with mechanical cooling Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints. Re-seal High concrete block High Paint Exterior. High Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Retractable Partition. Folding panel partitions in classrooms High need repair/adjusted Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace Boys/girls and main High Tier 2 hallway restrooms, 8 total High

High High

$3,000

$2,900

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $545,800 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $54,500 - $234,500 Estimated Inflation Range: $27,290 - $117,347 Estimated Total Project Costs: $627,590 - $897,647

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Pine Lane Elementary 6475 East Ponderosa Drive Parker, CO 80138 Chaparral High School Feeder Area, K-6

Funded by 1978 Bond Opened in 1980

Acreage: 30 (North & South) Original Square Feet: 43,547 (North), 44,987 (South) Current Square Feet: 51,938 (North), 51,938 (South)

Pine Lane Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$558,800

Medium Low

$778,700 $0

Tier 2

High

$240,400

Medium Low

$628,800 Tier 1-High Priority

$0

Tier 1-Medium Priority

High

Tier 1-Low Priority

$68,100

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

$914,400

Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium Low

$28,900

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $3,218,100

Estimated Total Project Costs: $3,699,805 - $5,291,392

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 1,628 Capacity on four-track calendar = 1,456

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787

2017-18

2018-19

780

791

2020-21

781

2019-20

823

2016-17

927

2014-15

936

2013-14

935

2012-13

967

2011-12

2010-11

982

2015-16

Capacity on traditional calendar = 1,124

Douglas County School District


Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$2,600

$200-$1100

$130-$559

$294,000 $169,600 $92,600 $8,600

$29400-$126500 $17000-$72900 $9200-$39700 $800-$3600

$14700-$63210 $8480-$36464 $4630-$19909 $430-$1849

$12,900

$1200-$5500

$645-$2773

$127,500

$12800-$54800

$6375-$27412

$127,500 $162,000

$12800-$54800 $16200-$69600

$6375-$27412 $8100-$34830

$63,800

$6400-$27400

$3190-$13717

$63,800

$6400-$27400

$3190-$13717

Medium Irrigation Systems. Upgrade entire system to district standard.

$106,300

$10600-$45700

$5315-$22854

Medium Irrigation Systems. Upgrade entire system to district standard.

$106,300

$10600-$45700

$5315-$22854

Tier Priority

High High High High Medium Medium T i e r 1 Medium Medium Medium Medium

Medium

Project Description

Roof Construction. Replace rotted beam on the porch / partition on East side bus loop. Direct Expansion Systems. Roof top units. Replace RTUs Controls. Upgrade control system Fire Alarm Systems. Upgrade fire alarm system Roof Finishes. Silver coat parapet walls, seal brick on parapet Gutters and Downspouts. Rework gutters and downspouts when new soffit installed Interior Door hardware. Replace current non-restricted key system with restricted. Hardware change Interior Door Hardware. Replace door hardware Controls. Upgrade control system Emergency Light and Power Systems. Generator and Transfer Switch. Install new generator and associated emergency systems Emergency Light and Power Systems. Generator and Transfer Switch. Install new generator and associated emergency systems

High

Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints, repair grout

$6,000

$600-$2600

$300-$1290

High High High High High High Medium

Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Window Storefronts. Repair/replace classroom storefronts Glazed Doors and Entrances. Repair/replace entry storefronts Paving and Surfacing. Bus Loop. Mill and overlay bus loop Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Mill and overlay parking lot Solid Exterior Doors. Sand and paint Retractable Partitions. Refurbish or replace all classroom partitions Retractable Partitions. Replace gym/cafeteria partition. Refurbish or replace all classroom partitions Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace when flooring replaced Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace when flooring replaced Flooring Kitchen. Replace VCT with MMA. Abatement

$6,500 $13,600 $52,500 $25,600 $68,100 $68,100 $4,400

$600-$2700 $1300-$5800 $5300-$22600 $2500-$10900 $6800-$29200 $6800-$29200 $400-$1800

$325-$1397 $680-$2924 $2625-$11287 $1280-$5504 $3405-$14641 $3405-$14641 $220-$946

$42,600

$4200-$18300

$2130-$9159

$63,800

$6400-$27400

$3190-$13717

$17,100 $17,100 $76,600

$1700-$7300 $1700-$7300 $7600-$32900

$855-$3676 $855-$3676 $3830-$16469

$29,800

$2900-$12700

$1490-$6407

Medium T i e r 2 Medium Medium Medium Medium

Medium Flooring Restroom. Replace ceramic tile in restrooms with MMA Medium Wash Fountains. Replace trough washing stations with sinks (6) Medium Fixed Casework. Replace casework in original building Medium Fixed Casework. Replace casework room 109 Medium Site Improvements. Improve parking areas and access Paving and Surfacing. Roadways (Bus Loops). Mill and overlay Medium bus loop Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Mill and overlay old parking Medium lot Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace areas of Medium sidewalk Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace areas of Medium sidewalk, front entry Medium Playing Fields. Playground. Replace asphalt playground Medium Playing Fields. Playground. Replace asphalt playground High Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Renovate multi-use field T i e r 3 Medium Interior Doors. Refinish doors Medium Interior Door Frames. Sand/paint door frames

$14,500

$1500-$6300

$725-$3117

$127,500 $8,600 $52,000

$12800-$54800 $800-$3600 $5200-$22400

$6375-$27412 $430-$1849 $2600-$11180

$34,100

$3400-$14600

$1705-$7331

$68,100

$6800-$29200

$3405-$14641

$8,600

$800-$3600

$430-$1849

$21,300

$2100-$9100

$1065-$4579

$25,600

$2500-$10900

$1280-$5504

For a complete listing of Pine Lane’s capital needs see Appendix 2

Following is the list of identified facility projects at Pine Lane Elementary

$17,100Dollars): $1700-$7300 $855-$3676 Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 $3,218,100 $68,100 $6800-$29200 $3405-$14641 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $320,800 - $1,381,400 $38,300 $3800-$16400 $1915-$8234 $19,200 $1900-$8200 $960-$4128 Estimated Inflation Range: $160,905 - $691,892 Estimated Total Project Costs: $3,699,805 - $5,291,392

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Pioneer Elementary Acreage:10 Original Square Feet: 51,020 Current Square Feet: 51,020

Funded by 1993 Bond Opened in 1997

10881 Riva Ridge Street Parker, CO 80134 Legend High School Feeder Area, K-5

Pioneer Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$768,900

Medium

Low

$52,500 $0

Tier 2

High

$177,400

Medium Low

$15,800 Tier 1-High Priority

$0

High

Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

$10,500

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

$584,800

Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium Low

$2,900

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,612,800

Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,854,640 - $2,652,552

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity on four-track calendar = 776 Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 750

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2018-19

428

428

2020-21

433

2019-20

459

2017-18

494

2015-16

548

2014-15

579

2013-14

579

2012-13

548

2011-12

2010-11

571

2016-17

Capacity on traditional calendar = 582

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Pioneer Elementary

Tier Priority

Project Description

Interior Door Hardware. Replace door hardware, install restricted key system High Direct Expansion Systems. Roof top units. Replace RTUs Exhaust Ventilation Systems. Exhaust fans. Fair condition. MUA High needs replaced and upgraded to DX. Hot Water Distribution. Water Heater New Lochinvar wtr htr. Tier 1 High Replace storage tank needs, corroded and beyond life cycle. High Controls. Upgrade to full DDC Irrigation Systems. New controller, existing piping and heads High good Direct Expansion Systems. Replace swamp cooling MUA unit/s Medium with mechanical cooling Exterior Wall Construction. Reseal concrete block. Stress cracks High same as other schools. Seams are deteriorated and need recaulking High Paint Exterior. High Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Retractable Partitions. Refurbish operable partitions. High Gym/cafeteria needs replaced. High

Tier 2

High High High High

Sink Countertops. Replace sink countertops with single surface Flooring Kitchen. Replace flooring, currently Hubelite material (Red), replace with poured acrylic Drinking Fountains & Coolers. Replace coolers with water fountains where applicable Paving & Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace areas of sidewalk

High Playing Fields. Playground. Replace playground play pads Medium Flooring Gym. Replace original carpeting Movable Furnishing. FFE. Replace chalk boards with white High boards Medium T i e r 3 Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium T i e r 4 Medium

Vinyl Coverings-Repair vinyl wall finishes. Bathroom halls have colored vinyl that need replaced. All entrances need replaced. Suspended Ceilings. Replace all ceiling tiles in the kitchen. (need to be food grade) Grease Interceptor. Remove if possible Fire Sprinkler Water Supply. Sprinkled only in cafeteria Current code requires fully sprinkled building Fire Sprinkler. Sprinkled only in cafeteria Current code requires fully sprinkled building Playing Fields. Replacement at hill area Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets foundation.

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$127,500

$12800-$54800

$6375-$27412

$294,000

$29400-$126500

$14700-$63210

$52,500

$5300-$22600

$2625-$11287

$6,500

$600-$2700

$325-$1397

$283,400

$28400-$121900

$14170-$60931

$5,000

$500-$2100

$250-$1075

$52,500

$5300-$22600

$2625-$11287

$15,200

$1500-$6500

$760-$3268

$7,100 $11,400

$700-$3000 $1100-$4900

$355-$1526 $570-$2451

$14,100

$1400-$6100

$705-$3031

$19,300

$1900-$8200

$965-$4149

$51,500

$5100-$22100

$2575-$11072

$13,400

$1300-$5700

$670-$2881

$7,100

$700-$3000

$355-$1526

$38,300 $15,800

$3800-$16400 $1600-$6800

$1915-$8234 $790-$3397

$10,500

$1100-$4600

$525-$2257

$3,600

$400-$1600

$180-$774

$5,600

$600-$2400

$280-$1204

$7,100

$700-$3000

$355-$1526

$273,600

$27300-$117600

$13680-$58824

$273,600

$27300-$117600

$13680-$58824

$21,300

$2100-$9100

$1065-$4579

$2,900

$300-$1200

$145-$623

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,612,800 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $161,200 - $693,000 Estimated Inflation Range: $80,640 - $346,752 Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,854,640 - $2,652,552

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Platte River Academy Acreage: 5.28 Original Square Feet: 35,533 Current Square Feet: 35,533

School built in 1997 Opened in 2003

4085 Lark Sparrow Street Highlands Ranch, CO 80126 District Charter School, K-8

Platte River Academy-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

$0

Tier 2

$171,000 Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority Tier 2-High Priority

Tier 3

$129,300

Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority

Tier 4

Tier 4-High Priority

$5,000

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $305,300

Estimated Total Project Costs: $351,095 - $502,219

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

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476

2017-18

2018-19

476

476

2020-21

476

2019-20

462

2016-17

550

2015-16

2013-14

2012-13

2011-12

2010-11

122

580

514

2014-15

574 520

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Following is the list of identified facility projects at Platte River Academy Charter School

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

Resurface gym floor

$23,000

$2,300-$9,890

$1,150-$4,945

Replace classroom,hallway, entry-way carpet and VCT

$20,000

$2,000-$8,600

$1,000-$4,300

$8,000

$800-$3,440

$400-$1,720

$100,000

$10,000-$43,000

$5,000-$21,500

Repair areas of sidewalk

$6,000

$600-$2,580

$300-$1,290

Replace art room and science room countertop

$4,000

$400-$1,720

$200-$860

$10,000

$1,000-$4,300

$500-$2,150

Tier

Project Description

Install Handicap door opener at front door. Tier 2

Mill and overlay parking lot

Repair slab heaving in three classrooms on the north end of the building 12-Install enclosed space in Library for 15-20 students

Tier 3

$20,000

$2,000-$8,600

$1,000-$4,300

Additional storage space outside (Sheds)

$15,000

$1,500-$6,450

$750-$3,225

Upgrade irrigation controller

$20,000

$2,000-$8,600

$1,000-$4,300

$5,000

$500-$2,150

$250-$1,075

$15,000

$1,500-$6,450

$750-$3,225

$13,500

$1,350-$5,805

$675-$2,902

$34,000

$3,400-$14,620

$1,700-$7,310

Install intrusion alarm system

$6,800

$680-$2,924

$340-$1,462

Fencing around gas meter and transformer. Per CDE Audit

$5,000

$500-$2,150

$250-$1,075

Replace/add parking lot signage Maintenance work on playing field (drainage, aerate, seeding, top dress) Install access controlled security and detection system Install facility security camera system

Tier 4

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $305,300 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $30,530 - $131,279 Estimated Inflation Range: $15,265 - $65,640 Estimated Total Project Costs: $351,095 - $502,219 *Note* DCSD Charters can submit facility and infrastructure needs to the Planning & Construction department. While reasonable efforts have been made to provide data on Charter needs, DCSD does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the data provided by Charters. Prioritization of facility needs is based upon DCSD standards. These classifications may not reflect Charter preference and/or program needs. Charter schools currently fund their own capital needs.

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Ponderosa High Acreage: 65 Original square feet: 165,000 Current square feet: 248,300

Funded by 1978 Bond Opened in 1982

7007 East Bayou Gulch Road Parker, CO 80134 Ponderosa High School Feeder Area, 9-12

Ponderosa High School-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$1,354,200

Medium Low

$162,600 $0

Tier 2

High

$3,132,900

Medium

$66,800

Low

$52,500

High

Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

$56,300

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

$455,200

Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$525,000

Tier 3-High Priority Tier 3-Medium Priority

Tier 4

High

$0

Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium Low

$8,100

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$1,000,000

$2,000,000

$3,000,000

$4,000,000

$5,000,000

$6,000,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $5,813,600

Estimated Total Project Costs: $6,685,680 - $9,562,524

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 2,384

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1,160

1,175

1,237

1,287

1,243

1,256

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

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1,259

1,261

2020-21

1,166

2011-12

2010-11

1,429

2019-20

Capacity on traditional calendar = 2,160

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Ponderosa High School

Tier Priority

High High High High High High High High Tier 1

High High High High High

Boilers. Replace 2 boilers not replaced in 2016 Auxiliary Equipment. Poor to fair condition. Upgrade Direct Expansion Systems. Replace MAU #1 that serves band area with a roof top unit. Exhaust Ventilation Systems. Exhaust Fans. Science, shops, industrial arts all need upgraded. Hot Water Distribution. Complete upgrade, poor condition Glycol Distribution Systems. Poor condition. Upgrade system Water Treatment Systems. Poor condition. All needs to be upgraded. Terminal Self-Contained Units. Some old units need replaced. Need evaluation or complete system redesign. Package Units. Some old units need replaced. Need evaluation or complete system redesign. Controls. Upgrade to full DDC. Currently some pnuematic with DDC Fire Alarm Systems. Upgrade fire alarm system Fixed Multiple Seating, Bleachers. Auxiliary gym - Replace. Main gym - Replace portable wood bleachers in upper section.

High High

Irrigation Systems. Replace irrigation controllers Boiler Room Piping and Specialties. Upgrade if new boilers installed. Air Distribution Systems. Air handlers, ductwork, VAV's. System needs to be re-evaluated for proper distribution. Change-over Distribution System. Poor condition. All needs to be upgraded. Commissioning and Re-Commissioning. System needs retest and rebalance on both air and water systems Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints. Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Exterior Windows. Replace all Pella wood windows. Replace/repair all other windows as necessary Solid Exterior Doors. Replace exterior doors Roof Hatches. Replace main roof hatch Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace with solid plastic partitions in the following bathrooms, 142/144 and c164/c166 and the same for upstairs, 8 bathrooms total. Flooring Hallway/Classrooms. Replace VCT that has not been replaced. Possible abatement Flooring Carpet. Replace carpet 80% of building. Possible abatement needed for glue Water Closets. Some in good condition, some poor (50%). Upgrade to autoflush valves Lavatories. Some in good condition, some poor (50%). Upgrade to autosensor Wash Fountains. Poor condition, need replaced Showers. Poor condition, need upgraded Acid Waste Systems. Poor condition, needs upgraded. Energy Supply. Install new gas supply lines for new gas kitchen equipment Dust and Fume Collectors. Poor condition, needs upgraded Air Purifiers. Poor condition, needs upgraded

High

Paint Spray Booth Ventilation. Poor condition, needs upgraded

Medium Medium Medium Medium High High High High High High High High High High High High High Tier 2

Project Description

High

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$210,000 $14,100

$21000-$90300 $1400-$6100

$10500-$45150 $705-$3031

$52,500

$5300-$22600

$2625-$11287

$35,300

$3600-$15200

$1765-$7589

$49,500 $21,300

$5000-$21300 $2100-$9100

$2475-$10642 $1065-$4579

$14,100

$1400-$6100

$705-$3031

$70,700

$7100-$30400

$3535-$15200

$53,000

$5300-$22700

$2650-$11395

$367,500

$36800-$158100

$18375-$79012

$404,800

$40500-$174100

$20240-$87032

$49,500

$5000-$21300

$2475-$10642

$11,900

$1200-$5100

$595-$2558

$35,300

$3600-$15200

$1765-$7589

$70,700

$7100-$30400

$3535-$15200

$28,300

$2800-$12100

$1415-$6084

$28,300

$2800-$12100

$1415-$6084

$8,100 $40,500

$800-$3500 $4000-$17400

$405-$1741 $2025-$8707

$323,900

$32400-$139200

$16195-$69638

$106,000 $2,100

$10600-$45600 $300-$1000

$5300-$22790 $105-$451

$50,900

$5100-$21800

$2545-$10943

$192,800

$19300-$82900

$9640-$41452

$1,687,500

$168800-$725600

$84375-$362812

$21,300

$2100-$9100

$1065-$4579

$28,300

$2800-$12100

$1415-$6084

$19,200 $21,300 $14,100

$1900-$8200 $2100-$9100 $1400-$6100

$960-$4128 $1065-$4579 $705-$3031

$51,100

$5100-$21900

$2555-$10986

$70,700 $35,300

$7100-$30400 $3600-$15200

$3535-$15200 $1765-$7589

$63,700

$6300-$27300

$3185-$13695

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $5,813,600 Fixed Casework. Remove chalkboards or repurpose with High $10,500 $1100-$4600 $525-$2257 different Project writing medium Estimated Management Costs Range: $581,400 - $2,499,000 Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Mill and overlay all parking High $382,600 $38200-$164400 $19130-$82259 areas Estimated Inflation Range: $290,680 - $1,249,924 High Markings & Signage. New parking lot signage $3,000 $300-$1300 $150-$645 Estimated Total Project Costs: $6,685,680 - $9,562,524 Douglas County School District

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Prairie Crossing Elementary Acreage: 8.6 Original square feet: 51,668 Current square feet: 51,668

Funded by 1997 Bond Opened in 2001

11605 S. Bradbury Ranch Drive Parker, CO 80134 Chaparral High School Feeder Area, K-6

Prairie Crossing Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$797,000

Medium

Low

$157,500 $0

Tier 2

High

$393,000

Medium Low High

$154,000 Tier 1-High Priority

$0

Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

$0

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

$73,200

Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium Low

$3,100

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,577,800

Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,813,990 - $2,594,327

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 806 Capacity on four-track calendar = 776

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2017-18

2018-19

661

693

2020-21

624

2019-20

594

2016-17

2012-13

602

2015-16

2011-12

Master Capital Plan

546

580

2014-15

581

2013-14

564

577

2010-11

Capacity on traditional calendar = 582

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Prairie Crossing Elementary

Tier Priority

Project Description

Roof Finishes. Replace .045 EDPM ballasted roof with .060 EDPM fully adhered High Controls. Upgrade controllers. Count 69 Tier1 High Fire Alarm Systems. Upgrade fire alarm system Medium Paint Exterior. Paint metal roof Medium Glazed Roof Openings. Skylights. Re-glaze skylights Interior Door hardware. Replace current non-restricted key Medium system with restricted. Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints. Re-seal High concrete block High Exterior Windows. Fix storefront window leakage High Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows High

Tier 2

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$546,000

$54600-$234800

$27300-$117390

$165,900 $85,100 $4,400 $25,600

$16600-$71400 $8500-$36600 $400-$1800 $2500-$10900

$8295-$35668 $4255-$18296 $220-$946 $1280-$5504

$127,500

$12800-$54800

$6375-$27412

$22,600

$2300-$9700

$1130-$4859

$42,600 $11,900

$4200-$18300 $1200-$5100

$2130-$9159 $595-$2558

High

Sink Countertops. Replace sink countertops with single surface

$19,300

$1900-$8200

$965-$4149

High High High High

Flooring Cafeteria. Replace VCT Flooring Gym. Carpet replacement Flooring. Repair flooring in kitchen area. Flooring Carpet. Replace carpet Paving and Surfacing. Request for modification to existing parking lot to expand lot and or number of spaces and improve drop-off lane. Solid Exterior Doors. Paint (4) Flooring Restroom. Replace sheet vinyl flooring with poured acrylic Paving and Surfacing. Roadways (Bus Loop). Mill and overlay bus loop Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Mill and overlay parking lot Curbs, Rails and Barriers. Repair/replace areas of curb. Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace areas of sidewalk Playing Fields. Playground. Replace asphalt playground Vinyl Coverings. Repair/replace areas of vinyl

$11,900 $14,900 $3,000 $217,300

$1200-$5100 $1400-$6300 $300-$1300 $21700-$93400

$595-$2558 $745-$3203 $150-$645 $10865-$46719

$49,500

$5000-$21300

$2475-$10642

$400

$0-$100

$20-$86

$25,600

$2500-$10900

$1280-$5504

$21,300

$2100-$9100

$1065-$4579

$68,100 $4,400

$6800-$29200 $400-$1800

$3405-$14641 $220-$946

$8,600

$800-$3600

$430-$1849

$25,600 $5,100

$2500-$10900 $500-$2200

$1280-$5504 $255-$1096

Medium Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Renovate multi-use playing field

$68,100

$6800-$29200

$3405-$14641

Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets foundation.

$3,100

$300-$1300

$155-$666

High Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium

Medium T i e r 3 Medium

T i e r 4 Medium

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,577,800 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $157,300 - $677,300 Estimated Inflation Range: $78,890 - $339,227 Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,813,990 - $2,594,327

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Ranch View Middle Acreage: 20 Original square feet: 127,951 Current square feet: 127,951

Funded by 1996 Bond Opened in 1997

1731 Wildcat Reserve Parkway Highlands Ranch, CO 80129 ThunderRidge High School Feeder Area, 7-8

Ranch View Middle School-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$1,600,800

Medium Low

$1,077,900 $0

Tier 2

High

$176,000

Medium Low

$416,600 Tier 1-High Priority

$0

High

Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

$41,200

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

Tier 2-Medium Priority

$48,000

Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$0

High

$7,500

Medium

$9,700

Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Low

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

$2,000,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $3,777,700

Estimated Total Project Costs: $3,884,285 - $5,556,306

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 1,414

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2018-19

840

848

2020-21

932

2019-20

893

2017-18

960

2015-16

991

2014-15

1,007

2013-14

1,013

2012-13

1,015

2011-12

2010-11

1,036

2016-17

Capacity on traditional calendar = 1,190

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Ranch View Middle School

Tier Priority

High

Interior Door Hardware. Replace door hardware, install restricted key system Hot Water Service. Water Heater. Replace domestic hot water system, heaters, pumps, and storage Direct Expansion Systems. Roof top units. Replace RTUs Controls. Upgrade controllers. Count 107 Clock and Program Systems. Replace current Simplex clock system Fire Alarm Systems. Upgrade fire alarm system Fixed Multiple Seating. Bleachers. Replace bleachers. Structural problems Irrigation Systems. Replace station controllers and update entire irrigation system Roof Finishes. Replace roof with .060 fully adhered EDPM. Local Area Networks. ITS/Head End Equipment. Expanded or new MDF closet (minimum 10'X10') Exterior Wall Construction. Brick. Recaulk control joints and areas where there are cracks Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Paving and Surfacing. Bus Loops. Mill and overlay bus loop Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Mill and overlay parking lot Curbs, Rails and Gutters. Repair curb and gutter Markings and Signage. Update signage at parking lot Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace toilet partitions in all restrooms Sink Countertops. Replace sink counter tops in all restrooms Flooring Restroom. Replace original sheet vinyl flooring with poured acrylic in all restrooms Flooring Carpet. Replace carpet Playing Fields. Playground. Repair asphalt at basketball court Superstructure. Repair cracks in commons floor and areas of block due to settling Upper Floor. Repair prestress flooring at commons

High

Playing Fields. Multi-use field. Reseed and top dress both fields

High High High High Tier 1

High High High High Medium Medium High High High High High High

T i e r 2 Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium High

Tier 3

Project Description

High Medium Medium High T i e r 4 Medium Medium

Miscellaneous Structures. Repair plant structure in front of school Fences and Gates. Replace and add fencing at front entrance. Retaining Walls. Replace and add retaining walls on N and NE side of building Seeding and Sodding. Replace turf around school Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets foundation. Planting. Replace/add trees and bushes

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$242,900

$24300-$104400

$12145-$52223

$71,400

$7200-$30800

$3570-$15351

$420,000 $318,200

$42000-$180600 $31800-$136800

$21000-$90300 $15910-$68413

$19,700

$1900-$8400

$985-$4235

$325,500

$32600-$140000

$16275-$69982

$62,500

$6300-$26900

$3125-$13437

$140,600

$14100-$60500

$7030-$30229

$1,035,300

$103600-$445200

$51765-$222589

$42,600

$4200-$18300

$2130-$9159

$4,600

$400-$1900

$230-$989

$20,300 $46,900 $75,000 $23,500 $5,700

$2000-$8700 $4700-$20100 $7500-$32300 $2300-$10000 $600-$2500

$1015-$4364 $2345-$10083 $3750-$16125 $1175-$5052 $285-$1225

$36,500

$3600-$15700

$1825-$7847

$36,500

$3600-$15700

$1825-$7847

$36,500

$3600-$15700

$1825-$7847

$300,000 $7,100

$30000-$129000 $700-$3000

$15000-$64500 $355-$1526

$12,500

$1300-$5400

$625-$2687

$9,900

$1000-$4300

$495-$2128

$12,200

$1200-$5300

$610-$2623

$6,600

$600-$2800

$330-$1419

$5,700

$600-$2500

$285-$1225

$42,300

$4200-$18100

$2115-$9094

$7,500

$800-$3200

$375-$1612

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$5,700

$600-$2500

$285-$1225

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $3,777,700 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $337,700 - $1,452,400 Estimated Inflation Range: $168,885 - $726,206 Estimated Total Project Costs: $3,884,285 - $5,556,306

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Redstone Elementary Acreage:11.8 Original Square Feet: 56,566 Current Square Feet: 56,566

Funded by 2000 Bond Opened in 2005

9970 Glenstone Circle Highlands Ranch, CO 80130 Rock Canyon High School Feeder Area, K-5

Redstone Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$89,300

Medium Low

$504,000 $0

Tier 2

High

$17,100

Medium Low

High

$331,300 Tier 1-High Priority

$1,100

Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

$1,600

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

$10,700

Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$91,800

Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority

High

$0

Medium

$0

Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Low

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$10,500 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,057,400

Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,215,870 - $1,739,741

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity on four-track calendar = 776 Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 750

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499

499

2020-21

514

2018-19

545

2017-18

586

2016-17

605

2015-16

592

2014-15

651

2013-14

687

2012-13

687

2011-12

2010-11

719

2019-20

Capacity on traditional calendar = 582

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Redstone Elementary

Tier Priority

High

Project Description

Potential Inflation Costs

$89,300

$8900-$38400

$4465-$19199

$504,000

$50400-$216800

$25200-$108360

$17,100

$1700-$7300

$855-$3676

$12,600

$1300-$5500

$630-$2709

$3,200 $12,600 $2,700

$300-$1400 $1300-$5500 $200-$1100

$160-$688 $630-$2709 $135-$580

T i e r 2 Medium Sink Countertops. Replace sink countertops with single surface

$19,300

$1900-$8200

$965-$4149

Medium Flooring Carpet. Replace walk off carpet squares at entries Controls and Instrumentation. DDC Controls, Pnuematic. Medium Upgrade controls Paving and Surfacing. Roadways (Bus Loops). Repair asphalt as Medium needed Medium Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Repair asphalt as needed Low Flooring Cafeteria. Repair gap in VCT near entry area Structural Slab on Grade. Repair crack in floor at staff restroom High main floor pod Suspended Ceilings. Replace tile in kitchen. The tiles are Medium stained and dirty Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace sidewalk at T i e r 3 Medium drive through lane south end handicap curb Medium Planting. Replace dead plants on east side at stacked pods Low Paint Interior. Repair damage to column in cafeteria Low Vinyl Coverings. Repair vinyl on walls as necessary Low Retaining Walls. Repair retaining wall north side Low Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Reonvate areas of worn grass

$7,900

$800-$3400

$395-$1698

$189,000

$18900-$81300

$9450-$40635

$42,000

$4200-$18100

$2100-$9030

$42,000 $1,100

$4200-$18100 $100-$500

$2100-$9030 $55-$236

$1,600

$200-$700

$80-$344

$2,700

$200-$1100

$135-$580

$2,700

$200-$1100

$135-$580

$5,300 $1,100 $5,100 $1,600 $84,000

$500-$2300 $100-$500 $500-$2200 $200-$700 $8400-$36200

$265-$1139 $55-$236 $255-$1096 $80-$344 $4200-$18060

$10,500

$1100-$4600

$525-$2257

Tier 1

Medium High Medium Medium Medium Medium

Tier 4

Low

Fire Alarm Systems. Upgrade fire alarm system Roof Finishes. Replace .045 EDPM ballasted with .060 EDPM fully adhered Paving and Surfacing. Repair settling issues at north entry raised ramp area Exterior Wall Construction. Concrete block needs sealed. Repair cracks at joints left of main entrance and other areas Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Retractable Partition. Refurbish operable partition at gym

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Seeding and Sodding. Renovate areas of worn grass

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,057,400 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $105,600 - $455,000 Estimated Inflation Range: $52,870 - $227,341 Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,215,870 - $1,739,741

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Renaissance Expeditionary Acreage: 16 Original Square Feet: 35,863 Current Square Feet: 35,863

Funded by 2000 Bond Opened in 2006

3960 Trail Boss Lane Castle Rock, CO 80104 District Magnet School, K-6

Renaissance Expeditionary-Identified Facility Projects

Tier 4

Tier 3

Tier 2

Tier 1

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

No capital projects identified at this time. All security and technology related capital has been summarized in the security and technology pages.

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 437

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2013-14

2014-15

393

391

389

395

396

2020-21

2011-12

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397

2019-20

417

2018-19

413

2017-18

399

2016-17

408

2015-16

413

2010-11

Capacity on traditional calendar = 325

Douglas County School District


Tier

Priority

Project Description

Potential Regulatory, Estimated Professional Potential Inflation Construction Services, and Costs Cost-2016 Contracting Costs

No capital projects identified at this time. All security and technology related capital has been summarized in the security and technology pages.

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Rock Canyon High Acreage: 80 Original square feet: 218,106 Current square feet: 246,355

Funded by 1997 Bond Opened in 2003

5810 McArthur Ranch Road Highlands Ranch, CO 80124 Rock Canyon High School Feeder Area, 9-12

Rock Canyon High School-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 2

Tier 1

High

$367,500

Medium

$1,449,000

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$909,300

Low

$10,500

High

$0

Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Low

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$31,500 $0

$1,000,000

$2,000,000

$3,000,000

$4,000,000

$5,000,000

$6,000,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $2,767,800

Estimated Total Project Costs: $3,183,190 - $4,553,447

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 2,533

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2,235

2,231

2,243

2020-21

2015-16

2,208

2019-20

2014-15

2,180

2018-19

2,071

2017-18

1,996

2016-17

1,938

2013-14

1,713

2012-13

2010-11

1,613

1,785

2011-12

Capacity on traditional calendar = 2,309

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Rock Canyon High School

Tier Priority

High T i e r 1 Medium Medium Medium Medium T i e r 2 Medium Medium Medium Low Tier 4

Low

Project Description

Fire Alarm Systems. Upgrade fire alarm systems Roof Finishes. Replace .045 ballasted EDPM with .060 fully adhered, does not include F pod Exterior Wall Construction. Reseal concrete block Flooring Cafeteria. VCT cracking and peeling next to windows in commons. Repair as necessary Flooring Gym. Sand Gym Controls. Upgrade control system Site Improvements. Add additional expanded roadways and exit for traffic flow Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Repair/resurface parking lots. Many cracks and potholes starting to form (2015) Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair minor cracking and movement areas Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets foundation.

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$367,500

$36800-$158100

$18375-$79012

$1,449,000

$144900-$623100

$72450-$311535

$31,500

$3200-$13600

$1575-$6772

$3,200

$300-$1400

$160-$688

$12,500 $315,000

$1300-$5400 $31500-$135500

$625-$2687 $15750-$67725

$22,100

$2200-$9500

$1105-$4751

$525,000

$52500-$225800

$26250-$112875

$10,500

$1100-$4600

$525-$2257

$31,500

$3200-$13600

$1575-$6772

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $2,767,800 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $277,000 - $1,190,600 Estimated Inflation Range: $138,390 - $595,077 Estimated Total Project Costs: $3,183,190 - $4,553,447

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Rock Ridge Elementary Acreage: 7.5 Original Square Feet: 50,237 Current Square Feet: 53,237

Funded by 1984 Bond Opened in 1988

400 North Heritage Road Castle Rock, CO 80104 Douglas County High School Feeder Area, K-6

Rock Ridge Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 2

Tier 1

High

$89,300

Medium

$556,500

Low

$0

High

$1,600

Medium

$409,000

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium Low

$2,900

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,059,300

Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,218,065 - $1,742,350

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 806 Capacity on four-track calendar = 776

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586

581

2017-18

2018-19

585

608

2020-21

584

2019-20

593

2016-17

628

2014-15

651

2013-14

705

2012-13

721

2011-12

2010-11

702

2015-16

Capacity on traditional calendar = 582

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Rock Ridge Elementary

Tier Priority

Project Description

Fire Alarm Systems. Upgrade fire alarm system Roof Finishes. Replace.045 ballasted (2005) with .060 fully adhered T i e r 1 Medium Switchgear-Main. Replace main switchgear Panels and Transformers. Replace original panels and Medium transformers Medium Clock and Program Systems. Upgrade clock system Flooring Restroom. Replace original sheet vinyl flooring in staff High restrooms

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

High

$89,300

$8900-$38400

$4465-$19199

Medium

$456,800

$45700-$196400

$22840-$98212

$40,500

$4000-$17400

$2025-$8707

$40,500

$4000-$17400

$2025-$8707

$18,700

$1900-$8100

$935-$4020

$1,600

$200-$700

$80-$344

$19,300

$1900-$8200

$965-$4149

$46,400 $189,000

$4600-$19900 $18900-$81300

$2320-$9976 $9450-$40635

$154,300

$15400-$66300

$7715-$33174

$2,900

$300-$1200

$145-$623

Medium Sink Countertops. Replace sink countertops with single surface T i e r 2 Medium Flooring Kitchen. Replace kitchen flooring Medium Controls. Upgrade control system Fixed Casework. Replace all original fixed casework in Medium classrooms and offices Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets T i e r 4 Medium foundation.

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,059,300 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $105,800 - $455,300 Estimated Inflation Range: $52,965 - $227,750 Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,218,065 - $1,742,350

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Rocky Heights Middle Acreage: 23.3 Original square feet: 127,951 Current square feet: 127,951

Funded by 1997 Bond Opened in 2003

11033 Monarch Boulevard Highlands Ranch, CO 80124 Rock Canyon High School Feeder Area, 6-8

Rocky Heights Middle School-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$325,500

Medium Low

$7,700 $0

Tier 2

High

$575,900

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$3,900

Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

Tier 2-Medium Priority

$69,400

Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$0

Tier 3-High Priority Tier 3-Medium Priority

Tier 4

High

$19,900

Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

$2,000,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,002,300

Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,152,615 - $1,648,495

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 1,539

1,464

1,474 1,431

1,429

1,433 1,403

1,390

1,399

1,349

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2017-18

2016-17

2015-16

2014-15

2013-14

2012-13

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1,321

Capacity on traditional calendar = 1,315

2011-12

2010-11

1,319

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Rocky Heights Middle School

Tier Priority

High T i e r 1 Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium T i e r 2 Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Tier 3

Medium Medium Low

Tier 4

Medium Medium

Project Description

Fire Alarm Systems. Upgrade fire alarm system Chilled Water Systems. Clean cooling tower Fixed Multiple Seating. Bleachers. Repair bleachers in gym Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk building control joints Paint Exterior. Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Solid Exterior Doors. Recaulk door frames Retractable Partition. Repair operable partitions in pods Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace toilet partitions in all restrooms Sink Countertops. Replace sink countertops in all restrooms with single surface Flooring Cafeteria. Replace VCT Flooring Gym. Sand Gym Flooring Restroom. Replace sheet vinyl with poured acrylic Flooring Carpet. Carpet showing wear in high traffic areas. Look at replacement before lifecycle Sinks. Replace with sink countertops, single surface Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Resurface asphalt parking lot Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace areas of concrete sidewalk Upper floor. Some movement occurring south of commons expansion joint. Carpet splitting, wall joint seperation Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Renovate multi-use field Vinyl Covering. Repair areas of vinyl wall covering Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets foundation walls Other Landscape Features. Renovate areas of landscaping around school. Many patches of bare ground

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$325,500 $1,900 $5,800 $4,500 $7,700 $21,700 $900 $15,500

$32600-$140000 $200-$900 $600-$2500 $400-$1900 $800-$3300 $2100-$9300 $100-$400 $1500-$6600

$16275-$69982 $95-$408 $290-$1247 $225-$967 $385-$1655 $1085-$4665 $45-$193 $775-$3332

$57,900

$5800-$24900

$2895-$12448

$34,700

$3500-$14900

$1735-$7460

$11,600 $12,500 $46,400

$1200-$5000 $1300-$5400 $4600-$19900

$580-$2494 $625-$2687 $2320-$9976

$242,900

$24300-$104400

$12145-$52223

$23,100

$2400-$10000

$1155-$4966

$92,600

$9200-$39700

$4630-$19909

$3,900

$400-$1700

$195-$838

$7,700

$800-$3300

$385-$1655

$61,700 $3,900

$6100-$26500 $400-$1700

$3085-$13265 $195-$838

$4,400

$400-$1800

$220-$946

$15,500

$1500-$6600

$775-$3332

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,002,300 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $100,200 - $430,700 Estimated Inflation Range: $50,115 - $215,495 Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,152,615 - $1,648,495

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Roxborough Intermediate Acreage:14 Original Square Feet: 68,751 Current Square Feet: 68,751

Funded by 2006 Bond Opened in 2008

7370 Village Circle East Littleton, CO 80125 ThunderRidge High School Feeder Area, 3-6

Roxborough Intermediate School-Identified Facility Projects

Tier 2

Tier 1

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority

High

Tier 1-Low Priority

$308,400

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $308,400

Estimated Total Project Costs: $354,720 - $507,306

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 824 Capacity on four-track calendar = 800

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501

499

498

502

477

469

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

Master Capital Plan

469

448

2020-21

506

2019-20

495

2010-11

Capacity on traditional calendar = 600

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Roxborough Intermediate School

Project Description

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Install synthetic turf field in lieu of grass field.

$308,400

$30900-$132600

Tier Priority

Tier 3

High

Potential Inflation Costs

$15420-$66306

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $308,400 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $30,900 - $132,600 Estimated Inflation Range: $15,420 - $66,306 Estimated Total Project Costs: $354,720 - $507,306

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Roxborough Primary Acreage: 12.4 Original square feet: 52,995 Current square feet: 53,995

Funded by 1989 Bond Opened in 1991

8000 Village Circle West Littleton, CO 80125 ThunderRidge High School Feeder Area, K-2

Roxborough Primary School-Identified Facility Projects

Tier 1

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 2

High

$360,600

Medium

$89,300

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

Tier 2-Medium Priority

$21,800

Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium Low

$10,900

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $482,600

Estimated Total Project Costs: $554,830 - $793,659

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 666 Capacity on four-track calendar = 612

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325

334

2017-18

2018-19

309

314

2020-21

341

2019-20

351

2016-17

375

2014-15

377

2013-14

392

2012-13

402

2011-12

2010-11

448

2015-16

Capacity on traditional calendar = 500

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Roxborough Primary School

Tier Priority

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Inflation Costs

$15,200

$1500-$6500

$760-$3268

$2,900 $16,200 $60,700 $79,000

$300-$1200 $1600-$7000 $6100-$26100 $7900-$34000

$145-$623 $810-$3483 $3035-$13050 $3950-$16985

High High High High

Exterior Wall Construction. Recoat concrete block weatherproofing. Repair cracks in block Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints. Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Exterior Windows. Replace exterior windows Exterior Windows. Replace hollow metal exterior windows

High

Other Doors & Entrances. Replace hollow metal doors at entry

$8,000

$800-$3500

$400-$1720

High High High High High Medium

Lavatories. Replace faucets at all lavatories. Paving and Surfacing. Bus Loop. Mill and overlay bus loop Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Mill and overlay parking lot Paving & Surfacing. Sidewalks. Need-Repair areas of sidewalk Playing Fields. Playground. Repair/reseal asphalt Flooring Gym. Replace tartan floor

$9,900 $51,100 $68,100 $34,600 $14,900 $26,300

$1000-$4300 $5100-$21900 $6800-$29200 $3400-$14800 $1400-$6300 $2600-$11300

$495-$2128 $2555-$10986 $3405-$14641 $1730-$7439 $745-$3203 $1315-$5654

Medium Flooring Kitchen. Replace kitchen flooring with poured acrylic

$63,000

$6300-$27100

$3150-$13545

$15,800 $6,000

$1600-$6800 $600-$2600

$790-$3397 $300-$1290

$2,900

$300-$1200

$145-$623

$8,000

$800-$3500

$400-$1720

High

Tier 2

Project Description

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

T i e r 3 Medium Interior Doors. Refinish wood doors Medium Vinyl Coverings. Repair sections of vinyl wall covering Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets T i e r 4 Medium foundation. Medium Other Landscape Features. Repair drainage issues

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $482,600 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $48,100 - $207,300 Estimated Inflation Range: $24,130 - $103,759 Estimated Total Project Costs: $554,830 - $793,659

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Saddle Ranch Elementary Acreage:10 Original Square Feet: 51,688 Current Square Feet: 51,688

Funded by 1997 Bond Opened in 2001

805 West English Sparrow Trail Highlands Ranch, CO 80129 ThunderRidge High School Feeder Area, K-6

Saddle Ranch Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$782,600

Medium Low

$164,100 $0

Tier 2

High

$138,700

Medium Low

Tier 1-High Priority

$0

Tier 1-Medium Priority

High

Tier 1-Low Priority

$105,500

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

Tier 2-Medium Priority

$23,300

Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$0

High

$4,800

Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium Low

$31,100

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,250,100

Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,437,505 - $2,055,872

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 862 Capacity on four-track calendar = 776

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461

2018-19

448

447

2020-21

473

2019-20

504

2017-18

532

2015-16

567

2014-15

581

2013-14

594

2012-13

577

2011-12

2010-11

611

2016-17

Capacity on traditional calendar = 582

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Saddle Ranch Elementary

Tier Priority

Project Description

Roof Finishes. Replace .045 EDPM ballasted roof with .060 EDPM fully adhered High Fire Alarm Systems. Upgrade fire alarm system Irrigation Systems. Replace irrigation controllers and sprinkler Tier 1 High heads Door Hardware. Replace door hardware, install restricted key Medium system Local Area Networks. ITS/Head End Equipment. Expanded or Medium new MDF closet (minimum 10'X10') Exterior Wall Construction. Re-seal concrete block. Repair High stress cracks from settling. Re-caulk all joints. Exterior Windows. Fix storefront window and hallway skylight High leakage High Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Roof Hatches. Replace, latch bad, weather striping is High deteriorating Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace Boys/girls and main Tier 2 High hallway restrooms, 8 total Sink Countertops. Replace sink countertops with single High surface Flooring Restrooms. Replace sheet vinyl flooring with poured High acrylic, all restrooms Public Address and Music Systems. Gym sound system. Replace High current Advance system High

High High Medium T i e r 3 Medium Medium Medium Medium High T i e r 4 Medium Medium

Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Replace/repair areas of sidewalk. X-Some done in 2014, more to be repaired/replaced. Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Renovate multi-use field Fences and Gates. Install new fence at playground next to basketball court. Fences and Gates. Replace gates and dumpster enclosure Retaining Walls. Install retaining walls where needed. Miscellaneous Structures. Replace top on shade structure. Planting. Replace and add plant material around building. Seeding and sodding. Seed, sod, and top dress areas around school Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets foundation. Other Landscape Features. Repair area between parking lot and main drive. Rock gets pushed into both areas

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$682,500

$68300-$293500

$34125-$146737

$76,600

$7600-$32900

$3830-$16469

$23,500

$2300-$10000

$1175-$5052

$121,500

$12200-$52300

$6075-$26122

$42,600

$4200-$18300

$2130-$9159

$14,300

$1500-$6200

$715-$3074

$17,100

$1700-$7300

$855-$3676

$11,400

$1100-$4900

$570-$2451

$9,000

$900-$3800

$450-$1935

$26,800

$2700-$11500

$1340-$5762

$19,300

$1900-$8200

$965-$4149

$25,600

$2500-$10900

$1280-$5504

$9,000

$900-$3800

$450-$1935

$6,200

$700-$2700

$310-$1333

$105,500

$10500-$45300

$5275-$22682

$2,900

$300-$1200

$145-$623

$5,700 $5,700 $4,800 $4,200

$600-$2500 $600-$2500 $400-$2000 $500-$1900

$285-$1225 $285-$1225 $240-$1032 $210-$903

$4,800

$400-$2000

$240-$1032

$2,900

$300-$1200

$145-$623

$28,200

$2800-$12100

$1410-$6063

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,250,100 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $124,900 - $537,000 Estimated Inflation Range: $62,505 - $268,772 Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,437,505 - $2,055,872

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Sage Canyon Elementary Acreage:10 Original Square Feet: 73,146 Current Square Feet: 73,146

Funded by 2006 Bond Opened in 2010

2420 Autumn Sage Street Castle Rock, CO 80104 Mountain Vista High School Feeder Area, K-6

Sage Canyon Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Tier 4

Tier 3

Tier 2

Tier 1

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

No capital projects identified at this time. All security and technology related capital has been summarized in the security and technology pages.

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity on four-track calendar = 1,000 Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 862

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717

725

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

732

743

2020-21

704

2019-20

691

2014-15

637

2013-14

2011-12

655

2012-13

574

600

2010-11

Capacity on traditional calendar = 750

Douglas County School District


Tier

Priority

Project Description

Potential Regulatory, Estimated Professional Potential Inflation Construction Services, and Costs Cost-2016 Contracting Costs

No capital projects identified at this time. All security and technology related capital has been summarized in the security and technology pages.

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Sagewood Middle Acreage: 23.3 Original square feet: 127,951 Current square feet: 127,951

Funded by 1995 Bond Opened in 1997

4725 Fox Sparrow Drive Parker, CO 80134 Ponderosa High School Feeder Area, 6-8

Sagewood Middle School-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$1,232,300

Medium Low

$920,400 $0

Tier 2

High

$451,400

Medium Low

$300,000 Tier 1-High Priority

$0

High

Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

$14,100

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

Tier 2-Medium Priority

$449,900

Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$0

Tier 3-High Priority Tier 3-Medium Priority

Tier 4

High

$28,200

Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium Low

$93,800

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

$2,000,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $3,490,100

Estimated Total Project Costs: $4,013,305 - $5,740,772

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 1,414

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2014-15

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1,005

976

960

948

2020-21

2011-12

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998

2019-20

943

2018-19

987

2017-18

979

2016-17

983

2015-16

947

2010-11

Capacity on traditional calendar = 1,190

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Sagewood Middle School

Tier Priority

High High High Tier 1

High High High High High Medium Medium High High High High High

Tier 2

High High High High High High Medium High Medium

T i e r 3 Medium Medium Medium Medium High T i e r 4 Medium

Project Description

Roof Insulation and Fill. Replace 25% of insulation when roof replaced Flashings and Trim. Replace flashing when new roof installed Glazed Roof Openings. Skylights. Replace 4 skylights Interior Door Hardware. Replace door hardware, install restricted key system Direct Expansion Systems. Roof top units. Replace RTUs Controls. Upgrade Delta version 2 to version 3 Fixed Multiple Seating. Bleachers. Replace gym bleachers Irrigation Systems. Upgrade irrigation system, add booster pump Roof Finishes. Replace roof with .060 fully adhered EDPM. Local Area Networks. ITS/Head End Equipment. Expanded or new MDF closet (minimum 10'X10') Exterior Wall Construction. Repair cracks and caulk all joints on exterior brick walls Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace toilet partitions in 8 boys and 8 girls restrooms Sink Countertops. Replace sink countertops with single surface Flooring. Health room flooring Flooring. Repair expansion joint strip that is lifting up in two places on the commons floor Paving and Surfacing. Roadways (Bus Loops). Resurface bus loop Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Resurface parking lot Curbs, Rails and Barriers. Repair curbs at parking lot area Markings and Signage. Upgrade parking lot signage Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair sidewalks and concrete playpad Flooring Carpet. Replace carpet Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Top dress and reseed multipurpose field. Fences and Gates. Install fencing around ball fields. Install fencing around dumpster. Repair fencing at softball field Retaining Walls. Repair/add retaining walls Playing Fields. Football Field. Replace football and soccer goal posts Playing Fields. Softball Field. Renovate softball infield Miscellaneous Structures. Portable Bleachers. New portable bleachers for football and multi-use field. Seeding and Sodding. Seed, sod, and top dress areas around school3 Planting. Plant trees around ballfields

Medium Other Landscape Features. Install landscaping around ballfields

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$35,700

$3600-$15400

$1785-$7675

$17,900 $17,900

$1800-$7700 $1800-$7700

$895-$3848 $895-$3848

$242,900

$24300-$104400

$12145-$52223

$420,000 $318,200 $62,500

$42000-$180600 $31800-$136800 $6300-$26900

$21000-$90300 $15910-$68413 $3125-$13437

$117,200

$11700-$50400

$5860-$25198

$877,800

$87800-$377500

$43890-$188727

$42,600

$4200-$18300

$2130-$9159

$4,600

$400-$1900

$230-$989

$20,300

$2000-$8700

$1015-$4364

$55,700

$5600-$23900

$2785-$11975

$19,300

$1900-$8200

$965-$4149

$2,600

$200-$1100

$130-$559

$29,800

$2900-$12700

$1490-$6407

$70,400

$7000-$30300

$3520-$15136

$117,200 $93,800 $9,500

$11700-$50400 $9400-$40300 $900-$4100

$5860-$25198 $4690-$20167 $475-$2042

$28,200

$2800-$12100

$1410-$6063

$300,000

$30000-$129000

$15000-$64500

$14,100

$1400-$6100

$705-$3031

$281,200

$28200-$121000

$14060-$60458

$117,200

$11700-$50400

$5860-$25198

$4,600

$400-$1900

$230-$989

$18,700

$1900-$8100

$935-$4020

$28,200

$2800-$12100

$1410-$6063

$28,200

$2800-$12100

$1410-$6063

$46,900

$4700-$20100

$2345-$10083

$46,900

$4700-$20100

$2345-$10083

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $3,490,100 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $348,700 - $1,500,300 Estimated Inflation Range: $174,505 - $750,372 Estimated Total Project Costs: $4,013,305 - $5,740,772

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Sand Creek Elementary Acreage: 11.1 Original square feet: 42,000 Current square feet: 52,237

Funded by 1984 Bond Opened in 1986

8898 South Maplewood Drive Highlands Ranch, CO 80126 Mountain Vista High School Feeder Area, K-6

Sand Creek Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$335,600

Medium Low

$287,400 $0

Tier 2

High

$136,600

Medium Low High

$247,000 Tier 1-High Priority

$2,800

Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

$0

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

$57,300

Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium Low

$18,400

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,085,100

Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,247,655 - $1,784,597

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 806 Capacity on four-track calendar = 776

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2018-19

452

458

2020-21

464

2019-20

461

2017-18

507

2015-16

568

2014-15

587

2013-14

585

2012-13

585

2011-12

2010-11

599

2016-17

Capacity on traditional calendar = 582

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Sand Creek Elementary

Tier Priority

Project Description

High High

Controls. Upgrade control system Switchgear-Main. Replace main switchgear Panels and Transformers. Replace original panels and High transformers Tier 1 High Fire Alarm Systems. Upgrade fire alarm system Hot Water Service. Water Heater. Replace domestic water Medium heater and associated piping. Direct Expansion Systems. Roof top units. Replace rooftop Medium units. Current ones need painted Medium Lighting Equipment. Replace two fixtures in health room High Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints. High Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows High Exterior Windows. Replace exterior windows High High T i e r 2 Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Low Medium

Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace toilet partitions in 3 pods Flooring Restroom-. Replace original sheet vinyl flooring with poured acrylic in 3 pods Retractable Partition. Repair operable partitions between classrooms. Partion between gym and cafeteria in worst condition. Flooring Hallways/Classrooms. Replace VCT in classrooms and healthroom Sinks. Replace with sink countertops, single surface Fixed Casework. Replace all original fixed casework in classrooms and offices Paving and Surfacing. Roadways (Bus Loops). Resurface asphalt bus loop Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Resurface asphalt parking lot Exterior Wall Construction. Repair brick where cracking at front retaining wall, clean water stained areas Interior Doors. Refinish interior doors

T i e r 3 Medium Blinds and Other Window Treatment. Replace blinds in school Medium Movable Furnishing. FFE. Replace health room beds Movable Furnishing. FFE. Replace wooden basketball Medium backboards in gym, 4 total Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets T i e r 4 Medium foundation. Medium Seeding and Sodding. Renovate grass areas around school

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$162,000 $40,500

$16200-$69600 $4000-$17400

$8100-$34830 $2025-$8707

$40,500

$4000-$17400

$2025-$8707

$92,600

$9200-$39700

$4630-$19909

$77,100

$7700-$33200

$3855-$16576

$210,000

$21000-$90300

$10500-$45150

$300 $2,900 $16,200 $60,700

$0-$100 $300-$1200 $1600-$7000 $6100-$26100

$15-$64 $145-$623 $810-$3483 $3035-$13050

$28,400

$2800-$12200

$1420-$6106

$28,400

$2800-$12200

$1420-$6106

$15,500

$1500-$6600

$775-$3332

$3,900

$400-$1700

$195-$838

$11,600

$1200-$5000

$580-$2494

$123,400

$12400-$53100

$6170-$26531

$23,100

$2400-$10000

$1155-$4966

$69,500

$6900-$29800

$3475-$14942

$2,800

$300-$1200

$140-$602

$38,600

$3800-$16600

$1930-$8299

$15,500

$1500-$6600

$775-$3332

$1,600

$200-$700

$80-$344

$1,600

$200-$700

$80-$344

$2,900

$300-$1200

$145-$623

$15,500

$1500-$6600

$775-$3332

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,085,100 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $108,300 - $466,200 Estimated Inflation Range: $54,255 - $233,297 Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,247,655 - $1,784,597

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Sedalia Elementary Acreage:5 Original Square Feet: 21,658 Current Square Feet: 35,177

Funded prior to 1952 Opened in 1952

5449 North Huxtable Street Sedalia, CO 80135 Castle View High School Feeder Area, K-6

Sedalia Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$385,100

Medium Low

$540,800 $0

Tier 2

High

$249,800

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$2,000

Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

Tier 2-Medium Priority

$17,900

Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$0

Tier 3-High Priority Tier 3-Medium Priority

Tier 4

High

$9,900

Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium Low

$2,100

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,207,600

Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,388,880 - $1,986,334

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 396 Capacity on four-track calendar = 376 Capacity on traditional calendar = 340

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285

282

271

263

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

271

278

2020-21

283

2019-20

276

2013-14

342

2012-13

323

2011-12

2010-11

335

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Sedalia Elementary

Tier Priority

High High High Tier 1

High High Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium High High High

High

Tier 2

High High High High High

Project Description

Roof Finishes. Replace ballasted roof, section B (1992) with fully adhered Roof Finishes. Replace existing built up roof, sections A,C,E Roof Eaves & Soffits. Soffits need repaired along the older classrooms wing Interior Door hardware. Replace current non-restricted key system with restricted. Hardware change Controls. Upgrade required if current system changes Roof Finishes. Replace fully adhered roof over gym, music, and front office, sections F,G,H,J (1999) Air Distribution Systems. Air handlers, ductwork, VAV's. Current VVT system in good shape. Should upgrade to VAV reheat system. Commissioning and Re-Commissioning. Commission if upgrades to current system made. Emergency Light and Power Systems. Generator and Transfer Switch. Install new generator and associated emergency systems Playing Fields. Playground. Replace playground play pads. Replace pea gravel with fibar. Install new basketball hoops. Exterior Wall Construction. Brick and stucco. Areas where the new meets the old need sealed. Repair cracks and deterioration in stucco on newer classrooms addition. Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints. Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Exterior Windows. Replace plexiglass in double doors to playground SW with insulated safety glass. Entire east facing windows are in bad shape from condensation. They are single pane, replace with Low E insulated units. Will require frame modif Sink Countertops. Replace counter tops only in rooms 107, 208, 207,209, 210 Flooring Kitchen. Replace kitchen floor Flooring Restroom. Replace all ceramic tile bathroom floors and walls Drinking Fountains & Coolers. Replace coolers with water fountains where applicable Audio-visual Equipment, Projectors. Manual projection screen in gym needs replaced. Install overhead projectors (15)

Paving & Surfacing. Parking Lot. $60,000 in asphalt work, $10,000 on site drainage east side of school High Paving & Surfacing. Sidewalks. Need-Repair areas of sidewalk Special Foundations. Large gap needs filled completely around High the new classroom addition between the foundation and sidewalk Vinyl. Rooms/hallways that have vinyl have been painted. T i e r 3 Medium Would recommend removal or replacement. Medium Site Lighting Poles. Replace two light poles Other Landscape Features. Site drainage on east side of school Tier 4 High needs addressed Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets Medium foundation. High

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$52,500

$5300-$22600

$2625-$11287

$73,500

$7400-$31700

$3675-$15802

$10,700

$1000-$4500

$535-$2300

$63,800

$6400-$27400

$3190-$13717

$184,600

$18500-$79400

$9230-$39689

$84,000

$8400-$36200

$4200-$18060

$317,900

$31800-$136700

$15895-$68348

$49,500

$5000-$21300

$2475-$10642

$63,800

$6400-$27400

$3190-$13717

$25,600

$2500-$10900

$1280-$5504

$14,100

$1400-$6100

$705-$3031

$2,900 $12,100

$300-$1200 $1200-$5200

$145-$623 $605-$2601

$35,300

$3600-$15200

$1765-$7589

$10,700

$1000-$4500

$535-$2300

$48,600

$4800-$20800

$2430-$10449

$25,600

$2500-$10900

$1280-$5504

$11,400

$1100-$4900

$570-$2451

$24,800

$2500-$10700

$1240-$5332

$59,300

$5900-$25400

$2965-$12749

$5,000

$500-$2100

$250-$1075

$2,000

$200-$900

$100-$430

$15,800

$1600-$6800

$790-$3397

$2,100

$300-$1000

$105-$451

$9,900

$1000-$4300

$495-$2128

$2,100

$300-$1000

$105-$451

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,207,600 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $120,900 - $519,100 Estimated Inflation Range: $60,380 - $259,634 Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,388,880 - $1,986,334 Douglas County School District

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Sierra Middle 6651 Pine Lane Avenue Parker, CO 80134 Chaparral High School Feeder Area, 7-8

Acreage:50 Original Square Feet: 106,538 Current Square Feet: 115,538

Funded by 1974 Bond Opened in 1975

Sierra Middle School-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$968,100

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 2

High

$1,067,500

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority

High

Tier 1-Low Priority

$992,400

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority Tier 3-Medium Priority

Tier 4

High

$11,700

Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

$2,000,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $3,039,700

Estimated Total Project Costs: $3,494,785 - $4,998,636

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 1,530

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950

908

2020-21

927

2019-20

966

2018-19

1,028

2017-18

972

2016-17

968

2015-16

1,053

2014-15

2011-12

1,025

2013-14

951

2012-13

977

2010-11

Capacity on traditional calendar = 1,250

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Sierra Middle School

Tier Priority

High High High High

Project Description

Controls. Upgrade controllers. Count 10 high capacity Panels and Transformers. Replace original panels and transformers Fire Alarm Systems. Upgrade fire alarm system, duct detectors replaced in 2008 Irrigation Systems. Update entire irrigation system

T i e r 1 Medium Roof Eaves and Soffits. Repair metal soffit east side south end Medium Gutters and Downspouts. Repair and paint downspouts Interior Door hardware. Replace current non-restricted key Medium system with restricted. Hardware change Hot Water Service. Water Heater. Replace water heater, Medium pressure tanks Medium Irrigation Systems. Upgrade entire system to district standard. High High High High High High High Medium Medium T i e r 2 Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium

Paint Exterior. Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Glazed Doors and Entrances. Repair and paint door entrances, rusting Paving and Surfacing. Bus Loop. Mill and overlay bus loop Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Mill and overlay old parking lot Playing Fields. Playground. Replace playground play pads Exterior Wall Construction. Repair/seal cracks in brick Fixed Walls. Repair drywall at stage area Retractable Partitions. Refurbish classroom retractable partitions Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace toilet partitions in girls locker room Sink Countertops. Replace sink countertops as necessary Flooring Cafeteria. Replace VCT in cafeteria Flooring Hallways/Classrooms. Replace VCT throughout school where needed Flooring Restroom. Replace ceramic tile with poured acrylic. 2 main hallway, 2 locker room, 2 PE teacher office restroom Flooring Carpet. Replace carpeting in classrooms Fixed Casework. Replace original casework in building Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace areas of sidewalk

Medium Wall Foundations. Repair concrete foundation walls below brick Medium Medium T i e r 3 Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium T i e r 4 Medium Medium

Interior Doors. Replace/repair/refinish interior doors Paint Interior. Paint classrooms Fire Sprinkler Water Supply. Fire sprinkle building Retaining walls. Repair retaining walls at double entry Playing Fields. Football Field. Renovate football field Playing Fields. Football Field. Replace goal posts with multifunction goals Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Renovate multi-use playing fields Playing Fields. Resurface track. Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets foundation. Seeding and Sodding. Renovate areas of landscaping

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$194,300

$19400-$83500

$9715-$41774

$42,600

$4200-$18300

$2130-$9159

$212,100

$21300-$91300

$10605-$45601

$21,300

$2100-$9100

$1065-$4579

$4,400

$400-$1800

$220-$946

$4,400

$400-$1800

$220-$946

$212,600

$21200-$91400

$10630-$45709

$63,800

$6400-$27400

$3190-$13717

$212,600

$21200-$91400

$10630-$45709

$17,100 $81,000 $12,900

$1700-$7300 $8100-$34800 $1200-$5500

$855-$3676 $4050-$17415 $645-$2773

$12,900

$1200-$5500

$645-$2773

$68,100

$6800-$29200

$3405-$14641

$68,100

$6800-$29200

$3405-$14641

$38,300 $8,600 $900

$3800-$16400 $800-$3600 $100-$400

$1915-$8234 $430-$1849 $45-$193

$21,300

$2100-$9100

$1065-$4579

$4,400

$400-$1800

$220-$946

$25,600 $25,600

$2500-$10900 $2500-$10900

$1280-$5504 $1280-$5504

$170,000

$17000-$73100

$8500-$36550

$42,600

$4200-$18300

$2130-$9159

$121,500 $340,000

$12200-$52300 $34000-$146200

$6075-$26122 $17000-$73100

$8,600

$800-$3600

$430-$1849

$17,100

$1700-$7300

$855-$3676

$63,800 $127,500 $510,000 $4,400 $68,100

$6400-$27400 $12800-$54800 $51000-$219300 $400-$1800 $6800-$29200

$3190-$13717 $6375-$27412 $25500-$109650 $220-$946 $3405-$14641

$1,700

$200-$800

$85-$365

$170,000

$17000-$73100

$8500-$36550

$29,800

$2900-$12700

$1490-$6407

$3,100

$300-$1300

$155-$666

$8,600

$800-$3600

$430-$1849

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $3,039,700 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $303,100 - $1,305,400 Estimated Inflation Range: $151,985 - $653,536 Estimated Total Project Costs: $3,494,785 - $4,998,636 Douglas County School District

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SkyView Academy Acreage: 14 Original Square Feet: 110,000 Current Square Feet: 110,000

Opened in 2010

6161 Business Center Drive Highlands Ranch, CO 80132 District Charter School, PK-12

Sky View Academy-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

$420,000

Tier 2

$80,000 Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority Tier 2-High Priority Tier 2-Medium Priority

Tier 3

$50,000

Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 4-Medium Priority

$0

Tier 4-Low Priority

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $550,000

Estimated Total Project Costs: $632,500 - $904,750

Student Enrollment

1,298

1,298

2020-21

1,298

2019-20

1,298

2018-19

2015-16

1,299

2017-18

1,239

2016-17

1,236

2014-15

Historic and Projected

1,035 830 653

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2012-13

2011-12

2010-11

496

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at SkyView Academy Charter School

Tier

Tier 1

Tier 2 Tier 3

Project Description

Roof Replacement - 110K sq. feet Fire Sprinkler Replacement - 2/3 of the system left to replace Grading and paving on the north and south parking lots Install 4-6 site lighting poles at NE field

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$400,000

$40,000-$172,000

$20,000-$86,000

$20,000

$2,000-$8,600

$1,000-$4,300

$80,000

$8,000-$34,400

$4,000-$17,200

$50,000

$5,000-$21,500

$2,500-$10,750

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $550,000 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $55,000 - $236,500 Estimated Inflation Range: $27,500 - $118,250 Estimated Total Project Costs: $632,500 - $904,750 *Note* DCSD Charters can submit facility and infrastructure needs to the Planning & Construction department. While reasonable efforts have been made to provide data on Charter needs, DCSD does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the data provided by Charters. Prioritization of facility needs is based upon DCSD standards. These classifications may not reflect Charter preference and/or program needs. Charter schools currently fund their own capital needs.

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Soaring Hawk Elementary Acreage:11 Original Square Feet: 56,566 Current Square Feet: 56,566

Funded by 2000 Bond Opened in 2004

4665 Tanglevine Drive Castle Rock, CO 80109 Castle View High School Feeder Area, K-6

Soaring Hawk Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 2

Tier 1

High

$89,300

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$1,100

Medium

$215,300 Tier 1-High Priority

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 1-Medium Priority

Tier 3

Tier 1-Low Priority

Medium

Tier 2-High Priority Tier 2-Medium Priority

$5,100

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $310,800

Estimated Total Project Costs: $357,440 - $511,522

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity on four-track calendar = 776 Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 750 Capacity on traditional calendar = 582

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548

538

2018-19

522

528

2020-21

563

2019-20

567

2017-18

595

2016-17

2013-14

2012-13

610

2015-16

707

2014-15

687

2011-12

2010-11

670

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Soaring Hawk Elementary

Tier Priority

Tier 1

High High Medium T i e r 2 Medium Medium Medium

Project Description

Fire Alarm Systems. Upgrade fire alarm system Flooring Cafeteria. VCT buckling, repairs needed Exterior Wall Construction. Concrete block needs sealed. Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Controls. Upgrade control system Vinyl Coverings. Repair vinyl wall covering. Poor installation T i e r 3 Medium due to lack of glue, peeling all over building.

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$89,300 $1,100 $10,500 $3,200 $12,600 $189,000

$8900-$38400 $100-$500 $1100-$4600 $300-$1400 $1300-$5500 $18900-$81300

$4465-$19199 $55-$236 $525-$2257 $160-$688 $630-$2709 $9450-$40635

$5,100

$500-$2200

$255-$1096

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $310,800 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $31,100 - $133,900 Estimated Inflation Range: $15,540- $66,822 Estimated Total Project Costs: $357,440 - $511,522

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South Ridge Elementary Acreage: 8.9 Original Square Feet: 34,887 Current Square Feet: 52,287

Funded by 1970 Bond Opened in 1972

1100 South Street Castle Rock, CO 80104 Douglas County High School Feeder Area, K-6

South Ridge Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$557,200

Medium Low

$219,500 $0

Tier 2

High

$194,000

Medium Low

$301,900 Tier 1-High Priority

$0

Tier 1-Medium Priority

High

Tier 1-Low Priority

$478,300

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

$560,100

Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium Low

$132,300

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $2,443,300

Estimated Total Project Costs: $2,808,965 - $4,018,010

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 806 Capacity on four-track calendar = 776

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460

465

2017-18

2018-19

472

487

2020-21

468

2019-20

463

2016-17

515

2014-15

548

2013-14

549

2012-13

556

2011-12

2010-11

570

2015-16

Capacity on traditional calendar = 582

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at South Ridge Elementary

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$294,000 $178,100

$29400-$126500 $17800-$76600

$14700-$63210 $8905-$38291

$85,100

$8500-$36600

$4255-$18296

$12,900

$1200-$5500

$645-$2773

$121,500

$12200-$52300

$6075-$26122

$85,100

$8500-$36600

$4255-$18296

$4,700 $6,500

$400-$2000 $600-$2700

$235-$1010 $325-$1397

$6,500

$600-$2700

$325-$1397

$23,100 $68,100 $85,100 $4,400

$2400-$10000 $6800-$29200 $8500-$36600 $400-$1800

$1155-$4966 $3405-$14641 $4255-$18296 $220-$946

$25,600

$2500-$10900

$1280-$5504

$85,100 $17,100 $29,800

$8500-$36600 $1700-$7300 $2900-$12700

$4255-$18296 $855-$3676 $1490-$6407

Medium Wash Fountains. Replace trough washing stations with sinks (5)

$12,100

$1200-$5200

$605-$2601

Medium Fixed Casework. Replace casework in original building Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace areas of Medium sidewalk, front entry Medium Playing Fields. Playground. Replace asphalt playground Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Install new synthetic turf for High multi-use field Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Renovate play field and other High site improvements

$85,100

$8500-$36600

$4255-$18296

$17,100

$1700-$7300

$855-$3676

$25,600

$2500-$10900

$1280-$5504

$255,100

$25500-$109700

$12755-$54846

$223,200

$22300-$95900

$11160-$47988

$8,600

$800-$3600

$430-$1849

Fixed Walls. Refinish all fixed walls Interior Door Frames. Sand/paint door frames Vinyl Coverings. Repair or replace vinyl coverings Flooring Tile. Replace entry way tile Suspended Ceilings. Replace grid ceiling and tile Fire Sprinkler Water Supply. Fire sprinkle building Movable Furnishing. FFE. Replace hallway tack boards

$17,100 $19,200 $5,100 $14,900 $35,700 $340,000 $17,100

$1700-$7300 $1900-$8200 $500-$2200 $1400-$6300 $3600-$15400 $34000-$146200 $1700-$7300

$855-$3676 $960-$4128 $255-$1096 $745-$3203 $1785-$7675 $17000-$73100 $855-$3676

Medium Site Improvements. Repair drainage issues, add retaining walls

$85,100

$8500-$36600

$4255-$18296

$4,400

$400-$1800

$220-$946

$12,900

$1200-$5500

$645-$2773

$4,800

$400-$2000

$240-$1032

$127,500

$12800-$54800

$6375-$27412

Tier Priority

High High High T i e r 1 Medium Medium Medium High High High High High High Medium T i e r 2 Medium Medium Medium Medium

Project Description

Direct Expansion Systems. Roof top units. Replace RTUs Controls. Upgrade controllers. Count 44 Panels and Transformers. Replace original SW gear now subfed. Replace original panels and transformers Gutters and Downspouts. Rework gutters and downspouts when new soffit installed. Improve drainage Interior Door hardware. Replace current non-restricted key system with restricted. Hardware change Irrigation Systems. Replace entire irrigation system. Install seperate meter Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Window Storefronts. Repair/replace entry storefronts sand/paint. Special Faclities. Replace sound panels in music room Paving and Surfacing. Bus Loop. Mill and overlay bus loop Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Mill and overlay parking lot Solid Exterior Doors. Sand and paint Retractable Partitions. Refurbish or replace all classroom partitions in east wing Interior Doors. Replace interior doors Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace when flooring replaced Flooring Restroom. Replace ceramic tile with poured acrylic

Medium Column Foundations. Repair rusting columns at gym south side Medium Medium Medium T i e r 3 Medium Medium Medium Medium

Medium Medium T i e r 4 Medium Medium

Fences and Gates. Repair/replace all fencing around school perimeter, parking areas Fences and Gates. Repair/replace field backstop fencing Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets foundation. Other Landscape Features. Improve site landscape features

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $2,443,300 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $243,500 - $1,049,400 Estimated Inflation Range: $122,165 - $525,310 Estimated Total Project Costs: $2,808,965 - $4,018,010 Douglas County School District

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STEM School and Academy Original Acreage: 4 Current Acreage: 10 Original Square Feet: 56,000 Current Square Feet: 134,000

Opened in 2011

8773 Ridgeline Boulevard Highlands Ranch, CO 80129 District Charter School, 5-12

STEM School and Academy-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

$62,500

Tier 2

$177,500 Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority Tier 2-High Priority

Tier 3

Tier 2-Medium Priority

$715,000

Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Tier 4

$0

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $955,000

Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,098,250 - $1,570,975

Student Enrollment

2018-19

1,775

1,775

2020-21

1,775

2019-20

1,775

2017-18

Historic and Projected

1,560

1,296 986

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2016-17

2015-16

2014-15

2013-14

610

2012-13

2011-12

2010-11

477

745

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Following is the list of identified facility projects at STEM School and Academy Charter School

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$300,000

$30,000-$129,000

$15,000-$64,500

$15,000

$1,500-$6,450

$750-$3,225

$250,000

$25,000-$107,500

$12,500-$53,750

Replace original exhaust fans

$10,000

$1,000-$4,300

$500-$2,150

Install new control system when new roof top units installed

$20,000

$2,000-$8,600

$1,000-$4,300

Install new switchgear

$30,000

$3,000-$12,900

$1,500-$6,450

Replace panels and tranformers from the original building

$40,000

$4,000-$17,200

$2,000-$8,600

Install new fire alarm panel

$50,000

$5,000-$21,500

$2,500-$10,750

Replace original toilet partitions

$10,000

$1,000-$4,300

$500-$2,150

Replace original sink countertops

$15,000

$1,500-$6,450

$750-$3,225

Replace flooring in hallway and classrooms

$20,000

$2,000-$8,600

$1,000-$4,300

$5,000

$500-$2,150

$250-$1,075

$50,000

$5,000-$21,500

$2,500-$10,750

$2,500

$250-$1,075

$125-$537

Mill and overlay parking lot

$75,000

$7,500-$32,250

$3,750-$16,125

Recaulk prestress concrete wall joints

$10,000

$1,000-$4,300

$500-$2,150

Paint exterior

$15,000

$1,500-$6,450

$750-$3,225

$7,500

$750-$3,225

$375-$1,612

$25,000

$2,500-$10,750

$1250-$5,375

$5,000

$500-$2,150

$250-$1,075

Tier

Project Description

Replace roof Replace water heater and associated piping Replace original root top units 1-12 Tier 1

Tier 2

Replace sheeet vinyl in one restroom Replace carpet Replace original sinks

Tier 3

Recaulk windows to stop leaks Replace original ceiling grid and tile Replace irrigation controller

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $955,000 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $95,500 - $410,650 Estimated Inflation Range: $47,750 - $205,325 Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,098,250 - $1,570,975 *Note* DCSD Charters can submit facility and infrastructure needs to the Planning & Construction department. While reasonable efforts have been made to provide data on Charter needs, DCSD does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the data provided by Charters. Prioritization of facility needs is based upon DCSD standards. These classifications may not reflect Charter preference and/or program needs. Charter schools currently fund their own capital needs.

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Stone Mountain Elementary Acreage:10 Original Square Feet: 73,146 Current Square Feet: 73,146

Funded by 2006 Bond Opened in 2007

10625 Weathersfield Way Highlands Ranch, CO 80130 ThunderRidge High School Feeder Area, K-6

Stone Mountain Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Tier 2

Tier 1

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

Tier 2-Medium Priority

$154,300

Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $154,300

Estimated Total Project Costs: $177,415 - $253,775

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity on four-track calendar = 1,000 Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 862

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579

577

569

575

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

578

596

2020-21

577

2019-20

575

2014-15

2011-12

535

2013-14

478

2012-13

446

2010-11

Capacity on traditional calendar = 750

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Stone Mountain Elementary

Tier Priority

T i e r 3 Medium

Project Description

Playing Fields. Replace synthetic play field. 1/2 costs shared with Highlands Ranch Metro District

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$154,300

$15400-$66300

$7715-$33174

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $154,300 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $15,400 - $66,300 Estimated Inflation Range: $7,715 - $33,175 Estimated Total Project Costs: $177,415 - $253,775

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Summit View Elementary Acreage:10 Original Square Feet: 50,475 Current Square Feet: 53,159

Funded by Certificate of Participation Opened in 1992

10200 South Piedmont Way Highlands Ranch, CO 80126 Mountain Vista High School Feeder Area, K-6

Summit View Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$13,200

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 2

High

$244,900

Medium

$55,800

Tier 3

Low

Tier 1-High Priority

$73,400

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority Tier 2-High Priority Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority Tier 3-Medium Priority

Tier 4

High

Tier 3-Low Priority

$14,900

Tier 4-High Priority

Medium

$2,900

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

Low

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $405,100

Estimated Total Project Costs: $465,955 - $666,297

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 862 Capacity on four-track calendar = 776

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2014-15

2015-16

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520

527

518

505

501

2020-21

551

2019-20

545

2018-19

554

2017-18

564

2016-17

562

2012-13

2010-11

574

2011-12

Capacity on traditional calendar = 582

Douglas County School District


Following is the list of identified facility projects at Summit View Elementary

Tier Priority

Tier 1

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Inflation Costs

$2,700

$200-$1100

$135-$580

$10,500

$1100-$4600

$525-$2257

High High High

Branch Wiring Devices. Replace sealtite conduit and wiring to all equipment on roof Special Electrical Systems. Low voltage wiring in boiler room should be redone. Dropped ceiling not reinstalled, plenum cable does not meet code, should be in conduit. Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints. Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Exterior Windows. Replace exterior windows

$2,900 $16,200 $60,700

$300-$1200 $1600-$7000 $6100-$26100

$145-$623 $810-$3483 $3035-$13050

High

Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace toilet partitions in 3 pods

$28,400

$2800-$12200

$1420-$6106

High High

$28,400 $48,600

$2800-$12200 $4800-$20800

$1420-$6106 $2430-$10449

$28,400

$2800-$12200

$1420-$6106

$1,600

$200-$700

$80-$344

High

Sink Countertops. Replace sink counter tops in 3 pods Flooring Kitchen. Replace kitchen flooring Flooring Restroom. Replace original sheet vinyl flooring with poured acrylic in 3 pods Energy Supply. Reattach supports for gas line on roof. Rusted piping should be replaced Paving & Surfacing. Sidewalks. Need-Repair areas of sidewalk

$9,900

$1000-$4300

$495-$2128

High

Playing Fields. Playground. Repair asphalt cracks at playground

$19,800

$2000-$8500

$990-$4257

$14,700

$1500-$6400

$735-$3160

$1,500

$200-$700

$75-$322

$11,100

$1100-$4700

$555-$2386

$2,300 $1,500

$200-$900 $200-$700

$115-$494 $75-$322

$24,700

$2500-$10600

$1235-$5310

$73,400

$7400-$31600

$3670-$15781

$5,000

$500-$2100

$250-$1075

$9,900

$1000-$4300

$495-$2128

$2,900

$300-$1200

$145-$623

High High

High High Tier 2

Project Description

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Retractable Partition. Repair operable partitions between classrooms and between gym/cafeteria Medium Flooring Restroom. Replace VCT flooring in staff restrooms Medium

Medium Flooring Carpet. Replace carpet in workrooms in stacked pods Medium Water Closets. Replace fixtures in staff restrooms Medium Sinks. Replace fixtures in staff restrooms Paving & Surfacing, Parking Lot. Minor asphalt crack repair, Medium repair concrete service drive Suspended Ceilings. Replace ceiling grid and tile. Damaged Low during fire sprinkler install High Seeding & Sodding. Resod/reseed grass areas Other Landscape Features. Replace metal edging with concrete Tier 4 High mow strip Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets Medium foundation.

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $405,100 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $40,600 - $174,100 Estimated Inflation Range: $20,255 - $87,097 Estimated Total Project Costs: $465,955 - $666,297

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ThunderRidge High Acreage: 50 Original square feet: 206,272 Current square feet: 240,640

Funded by 1993 Bond Opened in 1996

1991 Wildcat Reserve Parkway Highlands Ranch, CO 801296 ThunderRidge High School Feeder Area, 9-12

ThunderRidge High School-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High Medium Low

$2,248,000 $3,600 $0

Tier 2

High

$517,400

Medium

$1,092,100

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

Tier 2-Medium Priority

$7,300

Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$231,400

Tier 3-High Priority Tier 3-Medium Priority

Tier 4

High

$5,700

Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium Low

$43,400

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$1,000,000

$2,000,000

$3,000,000

$4,000,000

$5,000,000

$6,000,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $4,148,900

Estimated Total Project Costs: $4,771,145 - $6,824,714

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 2,537

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1,963

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

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1,958

1,883

2020-21

2,069

2019-20

1,989

2,086

1,854

1,942

2,075

1,790

2010-11

Capacity on traditional calendar = 2,201

Douglas County School District


Tier Priority

High High High High Tier 1

High High High High Medium High High High High High High High

High

Tier 2

High High High High High High High High High Medium Medium Medium Medium

Tier 3

Tier 4

Project Description

Roof Finishes. Replace sections with solar. Includes solar removal. Other sections replaced in 2014 Direct Expansion Systems. Roof top units. Replace RTUs Air Distribution Systems. Air handlers, ductwork, VAV's. Update air handlers with HW coils, new motors, and VFDs. Change-over Distribution System. Upgrade all fan powered boxes to VAV reheat Glycol Distribution Systems. Poor condition. Upgrade and add HW loop to system Water Treatment Systems. Poor condition. Upgrade and add HW loop to system Fixed Multiple Seating, Bleachers. Replace main gym bleacher both sides Irrigation Systems. Upgrade irrigation controllers Emergency Light & Power Systems, Generator and Transfer Switch. Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints. Re-seal concrete block Exterior Windows. Fix curtain wall window leakage at commons and hallways. Some repair on east side in 2011, need west repair Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Window Storefronts. Repair commons windows Overhead Doors. Kitchen - Replace (4) four rollup doors Other Doors & Entrances. Replace continuous hinges on storefront doors Interior Doors. Kitchen entry doors from cafeteria need replaced due to carts hitting them all the time. Replace with metal? Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace men's & women's PE restrooms. Replace all bathroom partitions in all wings and main area Sink Countertops. Replace formica counter tops in kitchen with stainless. Replace counter tops in science rooms due to damage. Sink Countertops. Replace sink counter tops in all restrooms Flooring Kitchen. Currently Hubbelite and cracks in concrete, Replace with MMA. Flooring Restroom. Replace original sheet vinyl flooring with poured acrylic in all restrooms Showers. Poor condition. Showers need repaired Replace coolers with water fountains where applicable Theater & Stage Equipment, Small stage curtains are torn and need replaced on one side. Replace approximately 100 seats in auditorium due to backs cracking. Paving & Surfacing. Sidewalks. Need-Repair areas of sidewalk Paving and Surfacing. Repair/replace asphalt walks to athletic fields Flooring Cafeteria Floor. Commons floor has settling cracks and needs repaired and VCT repairs Flooring Carpet. Replace carpet Site Improvements. Improve traffic flow at both schools Suspended Ceilings. Replace kitchen tile with food grade Fire Sprinkler Water Supply. Building partially sprinkled. Pods not spinkled. Would need to sprinkle all areas if renovation by code Site Lighting Poles. Paint parking lot poles Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets foundation. Repair hillside in front of snack shack

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$787,500

$78800-$338700

$39375-$169312

$892,500

$89300-$383800

$44625-$191887

$176,600

$17600-$75900

$8830-$37969

$176,600

$17600-$75900

$8830-$37969

$14,100

$1400-$6100

$705-$3031

$17,100

$1700-$7300

$855-$3676

$169,500

$17000-$72900

$8475-$36442

$14,100

$1400-$6100

$705-$3031

$3,600

$400-$1600

$180-$774

$48,600

$4800-$20800

$2430-$10449

$63,800

$6400-$27400

$3190-$13717

$60,700 $24,700 $15,500

$6100-$26100 $2500-$10600 $1500-$6600

$3035-$13050 $1235-$5310 $775-$3332

$7,100

$700-$3000

$355-$1526

$2,900

$300-$1200

$145-$623

$40,500

$4000-$17400

$2025-$8707

$53,000

$5300-$22700

$2650-$11395

$32,400

$3200-$13900

$1620-$6966

$54,000

$5400-$23200

$2700-$11610

$36,500

$3600-$15700

$1825-$7847

$9,900 $8,400

$1000-$4300 $900-$3700

$495-$2128 $420-$1806

$42,400

$4200-$18200

$2120-$9116

$8,000

$800-$3500

$400-$1720

$9,000

$900-$3800

$450-$1935

$8,100

$800-$3500

$405-$1741

$525,000 $559,000 $7,300

$52500-$225800 $55900-$240400 $700-$3100

$26250-$112875 $27950-$120185 $365-$1569

For a complete listing of ThunderRidge’s capital needs see Appendix 2

Following is the list of identified facility projects at ThunderRidge High School

$231,400 $23100-$99400 $11570-$49751 Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $4,148,900 High $5,700 $600-$2500 $285-$1225 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $414,800 - $1,783,800 Medium $8,100 - $892,014 $800-$3500 $405-$1741 Estimated Inflation Range: $207,445 Medium $35,300 $3600-$15200 $1765-$7589 Estimated Total Project Costs: $4,771,145 - $6,824,714 Low

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Timber Trail Elementary Acreage: 6.98 Original Square Feet: 56,868 Current Square Feet: 57,868

Funded by 2000 Bond Opened in 2003

690 West Castle Pines Parkway Castle Pines, CO 80108 Rock Canyon High School Feeder Area, K-5

Timber Trail Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 2

Tier 1

High

$85,100

Medium

$330,800

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$241,400

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

Tier 2-Medium Priority

$65,600

Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$2,800

High

$0

Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium Low

$2,900

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $728,600

Estimated Total Project Costs: $837,830 - $1,198,149

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity on four-track calendar = 776 Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 694

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429

416

2020-21

452

2018-19

486

2017-18

540

2016-17

552

2015-16

587

2014-15

578

2013-14

596

2012-13

623

2011-12

2010-11

597

2019-20

Capacity on traditional calendar = 582

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Following is the list of identified facility projects at Timber Trail Elementary

Tier Priority

Project Description

High Fire Alarm Systems. Upgrade fire alarm system Medium Controls. Upgrade control system Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk building control joints, Medium patch cracks, water seal concrete block Medium Paint Exterior. Medium Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Window Curtain Walls. Water infiltration has happened in the T i e r 2 Medium past. Some caulking done but window wall frames should be rebuilt. Medium Solid Exterior Doors. Recaulk door frames Sink Countertops. Replace sink countertops with single Medium surface Medium Flooring Carpet. Replace walk off carpet at entries Medium Sinks. Replace with sink countertops, single surface Paving and Surfacing. Roadways (Bus Loops). Resurface asphalt Medium bus loop Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Resurface asphalt parking Medium lot Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace damage to Medium sidewalks due to ground movement Wall Foundations. Some building movement, not severe but Medium causing cracks on inside flooring and walls T i e r 3 Medium Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Renovate multi-use field Low Vinyl Covering. Repair areas of vinyl wall covering Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets T i e r 4 Medium foundation walls Tier 1

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$85,100 $330,800

$8500-$36600 $33100-$142200

$4255-$18296 $16540-$71122

$23,100

$2400-$10000

$1155-$4966

$7,700 $12,800

$800-$3300 $1200-$5400

$385-$1655 $640-$2752

$38,600

$3800-$16600

$1930-$8299

$900

$100-$400

$45-$193

$19,300

$1900-$8200

$965-$4149

$19,300 $11,600

$1900-$8200 $1200-$5000

$965-$4149 $580-$2494

$23,100

$2400-$10000

$1155-$4966

$69,500

$6900-$29800

$3475-$14942

$15,500

$1500-$6600

$775-$3332

$3,900

$400-$1700

$195-$838

$61,700 $2,800

$6100-$26500 $300-$1200

$3085-$13265 $140-$602

$2,900

$300-$1200

$145-$623

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $728,600 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $72,800 - $312,900 Estimated Inflation Range: $36,430 - $159,649 Estimated Total Project Costs: $837,830 - $1,198,149

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Trailblazer Elementary Acreage:10 Original Square Feet: 51,020 Current Square Feet: 51,020

Funded by DC Developers Trust Fund Opened in 1997

9760 South Hackberry Highlands Ranch, CO 80129 ThunderRidge High School Feeder Area, K-6

Trailblazer Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$808,800

Medium Low

$294,000 $0

Tier 2

High

$291,400

Medium Low

$42,100 Tier 1-High Priority

$0

High

Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

$10,700

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

Tier 2-Medium Priority

$411,700

Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,858,700

Estimated Total Project Costs: $2,137,735 - $3,057,521

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 806 Capacity on four-track calendar = 776

Capacity on traditional calendar = 582

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2018-19

374

372

2020-21

403

2019-20

417

2017-18

440

2015-16

473

2014-15

485

2013-14

512

2012-13

2011-12

2010-11

527

2016-17

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Following is the list of identified facility projects at Trailblazer Elementary

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$121,500

$12200-$52300

$6075-$26122

$7,100 $294,000

$700-$3000 $29400-$126500

$355-$1526 $14700-$63210

$52,500

$5300-$22600

$2625-$11287

$279,300

$28000-$120100

$13965-$60049

$54,400

$5500-$23400

$2720-$11696

$294,000

$29400-$126500

$14700-$63210

$15,200

$1500-$6500

$760-$3268

Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Storefront windows. Hollow metal. Recaulk all windows Retractable Partitions. Refurbish gym/cafeteria partition. Curtains need replaced due to fire retardant life. Fabricated Toilet partitions. Replace toilet partitions Flooring Kitchen . Replace kitchen flooring with poured acrylic. Currently Hubelite material (Red)

$12,600 $7,100

$1300-$5500 $700-$3000

$630-$2709 $355-$1526

$14,100

$1400-$6100

$705-$3031

$32,400

$3200-$13900

$1620-$6966

$51,500

$5100-$22100

$2575-$11072

High

Drinking Fountains and Coolers. Replace coolers with fountains

$13,400

$1300-$5700

$670-$2881

High High High

Paving & Surfacing, Roadways (Bus Loops) Mill and overlay Markings and Signage, Needs to be updated Paving & Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace in many areas Playing Fields. Playground. One playpad needs to be replaced R&R, the other needs and overlay Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace toilet partitions all restrooms Flooring Gym. Replace gym carpet Wall Foundations.Repair gym cracks SE corner, corner of building appears to be settling. Vinyl Coverings. Wall Finishes. Repair walls vinyl. Bathroom halls have colored vinyl that need replaced. Suspended Ceilings. Replace all ceiling tiles in the kitchen. (need to be food grade) Grease interceptor. Bypass grease interceptor if possible Fire Sprinkler. Install sprinkler system. Only in Cafeteria. Current code requires fully sprinkled building if remodeled Playing Fields. Fields, Have drainage issue on north end of playground next to privacy fence

$70,700 $3,600 $21,300

$7100-$30400 $400-$1600 $2100-$9100

$3535-$15200 $180-$774 $1065-$4579

$49,500

$5000-$21300

$2475-$10642

$26,300

$2600-$11300

$1315-$5654

$15,800

$1600-$6800

$790-$3397

$10,700

$1000-$4500

$535-$2300

$7,100

$700-$3000

$355-$1526

$5,600

$600-$2400

$280-$1204

$7,100

$700-$3000

$355-$1526

$356,600

$35700-$153400

$17830-$76669

$35,300

$3600-$15200

$1765-$7589

Tier Priority

Project Description

Interior Door hardware. Replace current non-restricted key system with restricted. Hardware change High Domestic Water Supply Equipment. Upgrade backflow High Direct Expansion Systems. Roof top units. Replace RTUs Exhaust Ventilation Systems. Kitchen hood exhaust and MUA Tier 1 High replacement/upgrade High Controls. Upgrade controls. Replace pnuematic with DDC. Irrigation Systems. Update the clock, need to pull pump out of High pit. Medium Direct Expansion Systems. Roof top units. Replace RTU's High

High High High High High Tier 2

High

High Medium Medium High Medium T i e r 3 Medium Medium Medium Medium

Exterior Wall Construction. Reseal concrete block.Stress cracks same as other schools. Control joints need re-caulking

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,858,700 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $186,100 - $799,200 Estimated Inflation Range: $92,935 - $399,621 Estimated Total Project Costs: $2,137,735 - $3,057,521

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Wildcat Mountain Elementary Acreage:10 Original Square Feet: 51,676 Current Square Feet: 51,676

Funded by 1997 Bond Opened in 1998

6585 Lionshead Parkway Littleton, CO 80124 Rock Canyon High School Feeder Area, K-5

Wildcat Mountain Elementary-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$125,900

Medium Low

$70,900 $0

Tier 2

High

$123,200

Medium

$96,400

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

Tier 3

Tier 2-High Priority

Medium

Tier 2-Medium Priority

$21,200

Tier 2-Low Priority

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority

Medium Low

$2,900

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $440,500

Estimated Total Project Costs: $506,425 - $724,208

Student Enrollment Historic and Projected

Capacity on four-track calendar = 776 Capacity with all mobile pads occupied = 750

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521

511

2020-21

553

2019-20

573

2018-19

586

2016-17

602

2015-16

591

2014-15

610

2013-14

599

2012-13

607

2011-12

2010-11

604

2017-18

Capacity on traditional calendar = 582

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Following is the list of identified facility projects at Wildcat Mountain Elementary

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$121,500

$12200-$52300

$6075-$26122

$4,400

$400-$1800

$220-$946

$28,300

$2800-$12100

$1415-$6084

$42,600

$4200-$18300

$2130-$9159

$2,900

$300-$1200

$145-$623

$15,300

$1500-$6500

$765-$3289

$17,100

$1700-$7300

$855-$3676

$11,400

$1100-$4900

$570-$2451

$3,300

$300-$1400

$165-$709

$26,500

$2700-$11400

$1325-$5697

$8,400

$900-$3700

$420-$1806

$13,400

$1300-$5700

$670-$2881

$3,600

$400-$1600

$180-$774

Paving & Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace areas of sidewalk

$21,300

$2100-$9100

$1065-$4579

Medium Flooring Kitchen. Replace kitchen flooring Paving & Surfacing. Parking Lot Fair. Overlay parking lot at east Medium end by drain Wall Finishes. Vinyl Major repair/ replacement needed due to T i e r 3 Medium building movement and water damage. Medium Grease interceptor. Good Bypass if applicable Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets T i e r 4 Medium foundation.

$54,000

$5400-$23200

$2700-$11610

$42,400

$4200-$18200

$2120-$9116

$14,100

$1400-$6100

$705-$3031

$7,100

$700-$3000

$355-$1526

$2,900

$300-$1200

$145-$623

Tier Priority

Project Description

Interior Door hardware. Replace current non-restricted key system with restricted. Hardware change Air Distribution Systems Air handlers, ductwork, VAV's. AHU's Tier 1 High and ductwork in good shape. AHU #4 needs some ductwork changed, moisture damage Boiler Room Piping. May have to replace some to upgrade to Medium DDC from pneumatic Local Area Networks. ITS/Head End Equipment. Expanded or Medium new MDF closet (minimum 10'X10') High Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints. Exterior Wall Construction. Seal and repair concrete block. High Stress cracks same as other schools. Lack of control joints Exterior Windows. Fix storefront window and hallway skylight High leakage High Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Windows. Exterior Hollow metal. Major gaps need sealed and High maintained yearly due to building movement. Storefront windows. Hollow metal. All entrances need filler Tier 2 High plates fabricated and installed. Flooring Hallways/Classrooms. Replace VCT in classrooms due High to building movement Drinking Fountains & Coolers. Fountains in good shape. High Replace water coolers with fountains High Markings and Signage. Signage needs replaced by 2012 High

High

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $440,500 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $43,900 - $189,000 Estimated Inflation Range: $22,025 - $94,708 Estimated Total Project Costs: $506,425 - $724,208

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World Compass Academy 2490 South Perry Street Castle Rock, CO 80104 Douglas County High School Feeder Area, K-5

Acreage: 7 Current Square Feet: 39,663

Opened in 2015

World Compass Academy-Identified Facility Projects

Tier 4

Tier 3

Tier 2

Tier 1

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

No capital projects identified at this time. All security and technology related capital has been summarized in the security and technology pages.

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Student Enrollment

909

944

969

2018-19

2019-20

2020-21

Historic and Projected

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0

2016-17

0

2015-16

0

2012-13

2010-11

0

2011-12

411

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Tier

Priority

Project Description

Potential Regulatory, Estimated Professional Potential Inflation Construction Services, and Costs Cost-2016 Contracting Costs

No capital projects identified at this time. All security and technology related capital has been summarized in the security and technology pages.

*Note* DCSD Charters can submit facility and infrastructure needs to the Planning & Construction department. While reasonable efforts have been made to provide data on Charter needs, DCSD does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the data provided by Charters. Prioritization of facility needs is based upon DCSD standards. These classifications may not reflect Charter preference and/or program needs. Charter schools currently fund their own capital needs.

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Cantril Building 312 Cantril Street Castle Rock, CO 80104 Administration/District Offices and PreSchool Facility

Cantril Building-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$68,900

Medium Low

$487,400 $0

Tier 2

High

$27,100

Medium

$555,500 Tier 1-High Priority

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 1-Medium Priority

Tier 3

Tier 1-Low Priority

Medium

Tier 2-High Priority Tier 2-Medium Priority

$37,200

Low

Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority

$202,700

Tier 3-Medium Priority

Tier 4

High

Tier 3-Low Priority

$0

Tier 4-High Priority

Medium Low

$43,800

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,422,600

Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,635,730 - $2,340,659

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Tier Priority

Potential Inflation Costs

$24,300

$2400-$10400

$1215-$5224

$20,300

$2000-$8700

$1015-$4364

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

Project Description

Interior Door hardware. Replace current non-restricted key system with restricted. Hardware change Branch Wiring Devices. Upgrade branch wiring and devices to High current code Branch Wiring Devices. Upgrade electrical wiring to current High code at preschool Sanitary Sewer Systems. Repair/replace sanitary sewer system High piping Medium Roof Eaves and Soffits. Restoration of eaves and soffits High

Medium

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Gutters and Downspouts. Replace all gutters and downspouts. Reconfigure down spouts and drains at SE entry

Medium Air Distribution Systems. Install AC in gym Steam Distribution Systems. Steam piping is old and needs to be checked thoroughly for replacement. Many fittings and T i e r 1 Medium valves rusting and in need of replacement. Many of the radiators need renovated or replaced Hot Water Distribution. Add hot water distribution to fan coil Medium units in each room. Add heat exchanger for boiler Chilled Water Distribution. Add chilled water distribution and Medium fan coil units in each room Medium Package Units. Install new window AC units Controls. Upgrade for better control of existing steam Medium distribution system Medium Panels and Transformers. Replace panel in furnace closet PS Panels and Transformers. Replace panel on second level, small Medium office Lighting Equipment. Replace incandescent lighting fixtures Medium throughout as necessary Lighting Equipment. Replace old incandescent fixtures in Medium hallways PS Medium Clock and Program Systems. Install new clock system Emergency Light and Power Systems. Add LED emergency/exit Medium lighting Emergency Light and Power Systems. Add LED emergency/exit Medium lighting at preschool Medium Site Lighting Controls. Add site lighting controls Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Restore or replace (historic) High partitions on lower level High Flooring Gym. Replace carpet in gym Flooring Restroom. Replace restoom flooring. Currently all 3 High restrooms have VCT High Sinks. Replace older sinks in restrooms Waste Piping. Check waste piping at restroom areas. The High piping is old and many are exposed. Exterior Wall Construction. Repair, painting of stucco at Medium restroom addition Exterior Wall Construction. Re-point all stone masonry. Repair T i e r 2 Medium chimneys. Medium Paint Exterior. Paint all exterior wood after restoration Exterior Windows. Renovate all exterior windows, includes Medium abatement Glazed Doors and Entrances. Restoration of two front Medium entrances Other Doors and Entrances. Replace north entry storefront. Medium Repair work done to stop rust. PS Medium Interior Windows and Storefronts. Refinish window frames PS Medium Interior Doors. Refinish doors at preshcool Interior Doors. Replace approx 50% of doors. Sand and refinish Medium rest of doors (historic) Medium Interior Door Frames. Refinish door frames at preschool

$20,300

$2000-$8700

$1015-$4364

$20,300

$2000-$8700

$1015-$4364

$6,600

$600-$2800

$330-$1419

$42,600

$4200-$18300

$2130-$9159

$16,200

$1600-$7000

$810-$3483

$58,000

$5800-$24900

$2900-$12470

$289,500

$29000-$124500

$14475-$62242

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$20,300

$2000-$8700

$1015-$4364

$2,100

$300-$1000

$105-$451

$2,500

$200-$1000

$125-$537

$2,500

$200-$1000

$125-$537

$2,100

$300-$1000

$105-$451

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$2,500

$200-$1000

$125-$537

$10,200

$1100-$4400

$510-$2193

$6,200

$700-$2700

$310-$1333

$11,900

$1200-$5100

$595-$2558

$6,200

$700-$2700

$310-$1333

$2,400

$200-$1000

$120-$516

$400

$0-$100

$20-$86

$3,200

$300-$1400

$160-$688

$20,300

$2000-$8700

$1015-$4364

$8,100

$800-$3500

$405-$1741

$182,200

$18200-$78400

$9110-$39173

$2,500

$200-$1000

$125-$537

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$900 $4,000

$100-$400 $400-$1800

$45-$193 $200-$860

Not all capital needs for Cantril Building shown. For a complete listing of the Cantril Building’s capital needs see Appendix 2

Following is the list of identified facility projects at the DCSD Cantril Building

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,422,600 $8,100 $800-$3500 $405-$1741 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $142,000 $612,200 $4,000 $400-$1800 $200-$860 Estimated Inflation Range: $71,130 - $305,859 Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,635,730 - $2,340,659

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Douglas County Schools Stadium 2842 Front Street Castle Rock, CO 80104 DCSD Stadium

Douglas County Schools Stadium-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$17,900

Medium Low

$9,000 $0

Tier 2

High

$325,500

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

Tier 3

High

$79,400

Medium

Tier 2-High Priority Tier 2-Medium Priority

$173,100

Low

Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority

$31,400

Tier 3-Medium Priority

Tier 4

High

Tier 3-Low Priority

$468,800

Tier 4-High Priority

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,105,100

Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,270,755 - $1,817,397

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Following is the list of identified facility projects at the Douglas County Schools Stadium

Tier Priority High

High

Fences and Gates. Repair/replace sections of fence around site

Paint Interior. Paint interior of press box and locker rooms, T i e r 3 Medium paint all doors Medium Retaining Walls. Install new retaining walls for drainage issues Low Tier 4

High

Potential Inflation Costs

$17,900

$1800-$7700

$895-$3848

$9,000

$900-$3800

$450-$1935

$9,000

$900-$3800

$450-$1935

$8,700

$800-$3700

$435-$1870

$1,400

$200-$600

$70-$301

$93,800

$9400-$40300

$4690-$20167

$212,600

$21200-$91400

$10630-$45709

$9,000

$900-$3800

$450-$1935

$70,400

$7000-$30300

$3520-$15136

$9,000

$900-$3800

$450-$1935

$164,100

$16400-$70500

$8205-$35281

$31,400

$3200-$13500

$1570-$6751

$468,800

$46800-$201500

$23440-$100792

Project Description

Interior Door Hardware. Replace continuous hinges, some levers and closures at press box, all hardware at locker room. Door Hardware. Replace non-restricted key system with Medium restricted High Exterior Windows. Replace press box windows Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace toilet partitions in locker High room Tier 2 High Sink Countertops. Replace sink countertops in locker room Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Replace/repair areas of High sidewalk around concession and bleachers Miscellaneous Structures. Replace bleachers including concrete High supporting system High Storage Shelving and Lockers. Replace lockers in locker room Tier 1

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Playing Fields. Other. Install concrete mow strip and crusher fines around new track Other Landscape Features. Renovate areas inside and outside of immediate stadium area with new landscaping

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,105,100 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $110,400 - $474,700 Estimated Inflation Range: $55,255 - $237,597 Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,270,755 - $1,817,397

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Joint Service Center 9195 East Mineral Avenue Centennial, CO 80112 DCSD Fleet and Bus Service Center

Joint Service Center-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 2

Tier 1

High

$0

Medium

$159,600

Low

$2,100

High

$0

Medium

$102,000 Tier 1-High Priority

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 1-Medium Priority

Tier 3

Tier 1-Low Priority

Medium Low

Tier 2-High Priority Tier 2-Medium Priority

$12,100

Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority

$0

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $257,800

Estimated Total Project Costs: $317,190 - $453,997

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Following is the list of identified facility projects at the DCSD Joint Service Center

Tier Priority

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$105,000

$10500-$45200

$5250-$22575

$2,100

$300-$1000

$105-$451

$52,500

$5300-$22600

$2625-$11287

$2,100

$300-$1000

$105-$451

Project Description

Medium Roof Finishes. Install new roof over admin Exhaust Ventilation Systems. Exhaust fans in garage are very T i e r 1 Medium loud and need some type of sound insulation Terminal Self-Contained Units. Replace MAU for garage with DX Medium heating and cooling unit Site Electrical Distribution. Repair concrete bollards protecing Low bus heater outlets Exterior Wall Construction. Re-seal concrete block and recaulk Medium control joints Medium Overhead Doors. Repair garage doors, repair controls Sink Countertops. Replace sink countertops in admin Medium restrooms Medium Flooring Hallways/Classrooms. Replace VCT in lounge Medium Flooring Restroom. Replace sheet vinyl in restrooms Medium Wash Fountains. Replace wash fountain at garage area Hazardous Waste Remediation. Water drains into used oil T i e r 2 Medium holding area. Mitigate water flow into pit Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Improve drainage in front of Medium admin entrance Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Repair areas of concrete Medium parking area. Recaulk all joints Curbs, Rails and Barriers. Repair/replace areas of curb and Medium gutter Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace areas or Medium sidewalk T i e r 3 Medium Standard Slab on Grade. Recoat garage flooring

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$2,100

$300-$1000

$105-$451

$3,300 $6,600 $2,500

$300-$1400 $600-$2800 $200-$1000

$165-$709 $330-$1419 $125-$537

$2,500

$200-$1000

$125-$537

$20,300

$2000-$8700

$1015-$4364

$40,500

$4000-$17400

$2025-$8707

$8,100

$800-$3500

$405-$1741

$8,100

$800-$3500

$405-$1741

$12,100

$1200-$5200

$605-$2601

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $257,800 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $27,600 - $118,900 Estimated Inflation Range: $13,790 - $59,297 Estimated Total Project Costs: $317,190 - $453,997

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Operations & Maintenance East Facility 3002 North State Highway 83 Franktown, CO 80116 DCSD Operations & Maintenance Facility

Operations & Maintenance East Facility-Identified Facility Projects Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 2

Tier 1

High

$12,100

Medium

$115,600

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$77,300 Tier 1-High Priority

Low

$8,100

Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

Tier 3

High

$0

Medium

Tier 2-High Priority Tier 2-Medium Priority

$9,700

Low

Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority

$129,600

Tier 3-Medium Priority

Tier 4

High

Tier 3-Low Priority

$0

Tier 4-High Priority

Medium Low

$2,500

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $354,900

Estimated Total Project Costs: $407,845 - $583,704

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Following is the list of identified facility projects at the Operations & Maintenance East Building

Tier Priority

High Medium T i e r 1 Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium T i e r 2 Medium Medium Medium Medium Low Medium Tier 3

Low Low

T i e r 4 Medium

Project Description

Branch Wiring Devices. Replace romex wiring with conduit system Roof Finishes. New roof on north wood structure if kept for storage Interior Door Hardware. Re-key to district standard. Add hardware where necessary Energy Supply. Replace outside gas piping to inside of building. Auxiliary Equipment. Replace furnace units Package Units. Replace AC units Switchgear-Main. Replace main switchgear Panels and Transformers. Replace panels and transformer Exterior Wall Construction. Re-point areas of brick, repair cracks Exterior Windows. Caulk windows Lavatories. Replace faucets Sinks. Replace sinks in restrooms and in shop area Wash Fountains. Replace wash fountain in shop area Drinking Fountains and Coolers. Replace electric drinking fountains (2) Paving and Surfacing. Roadways. Replace sections of concrete roadway around building Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Replace sections of concrete parking areas Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Replace areas of concrete sidewalks Curbs, Rails and Barriers. Install curbs to improve drainage Retaining Walls. Repair brick retaining walls at both dock areas, timber retaining walls at north dock and along fenceline in back Paint Interior. Paint interior office areas Fire Sprinkler Water Supply. Install sprinkler system Wall Foundations. Re-caulk where sidewalks meet foundation walls

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$12,100

$1200-$5200

$605-$2601

$14,200

$1400-$6100

$710-$3053

$24,300

$2400-$10400

$1215-$5224

$1,300

$100-$600

$65-$279

$11,000 $20,300 $32,400 $12,100

$1100-$4700 $2000-$8700 $3200-$13900 $1200-$5200

$550-$2365 $1015-$4364 $1620-$6966 $605-$2601

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$2,500 $2,500 $2,100 $11,000

$200-$1000 $200-$1000 $300-$1000 $1100-$4700

$125-$537 $125-$537 $105-$451 $550-$2365

$6,600

$600-$2800

$330-$1419

$24,300

$2400-$10400

$1215-$5224

$16,200

$1600-$7000

$810-$3483

$8,100

$800-$3500

$405-$1741

$8,100

$800-$3500

$405-$1741

$9,700

$1000-$4200

$485-$2085

$8,100 $121,500

$800-$3500 $12200-$52300

$405-$1741 $6075-$26122

$2,500

$200-$1000

$125-$537

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $354,900 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $35,200 - $152,500 Estimated Inflation Range: $17,745 - $76,304 Estimated Total Project Costs: $407,845 - $583,704

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Operations & Maintenance West Facility 2806 North US Highway 85, Building A Castle Rock, CO 80109 DCSD Operations & Maintenance Facility

Operations & Maintenance West Facility-Identified Facility Projects Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 2

Tier 1

High Medium

$0 $2,100

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$12,300 Tier 1-High Priority

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 1-Medium Priority

Tier 3

Tier 1-Low Priority Tier 2-High Priority Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $14,400

Estimated Total Project Costs: $16,720 - $23,796

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Following is the list of identified facility projects at the Operations & Maintenance West Building

Tier Priority

T i e r 1 Medium Medium Medium T i e r 2 Medium Medium Medium

Project Description

Roof Eaves and Soffitts. Fix drainage issues at front and rear entries Paint Exterior. Exterior Windows. Replace basement windows Exterior Windows. Replace windows Solid Exterior Doors. Replace exterior door at NE office Solid Exterior Doors. Replace north and south entry doors

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$2,100

$300-$1000

$105-$451

$6,600 $1,600 $1,600 $900 $1,600

$600-$2800 $200-$700 $200-$700 $100-$400 $200-$700

$330-$1419 $80-$344 $80-$344 $45-$193 $80-$344

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $14,400 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $1,600 - $6,300 Estimated Inflation Range: $720 - $3,096 Estimated Total Project Costs: $16,720 - $23,796

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Shea Stadium 3270 Redstone Park Circle Littleton, CO 80129 DCSD Stadium

Shea Stadium-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$6,400

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 2

High

$657,500

Medium

$17,100 Tier 1-High Priority

Low

$0

Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

Tier 3

High

$9,500

Medium Low

Tier 2-High Priority Tier 2-Medium Priority

$222,700

Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority

$0

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $913,200

Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,050,060 - $1,502,038

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Following is the list of identified facility projects at Shea Stadium

Tier Priority

Tier 1

High High High High

Tier 2

High High High High High High High High Medium High

Tier 3

High Medium Medium Medium

Project Description

Hot Water Service. Water Heater. Replace vent pipe on north unit Air Distribution Systems. Air handlers. ductwork. VAV's. Replace vent piping due to condensation Special Foundations. Repair foundation on bleacher walls where handrail post inserts have caused damage Exterior Wall Construction. Reseal and repair block walls, severe cracks due to movement multiple locations Paint Exterior. Paint red steel and handrails Exterior Windows. Replace press box windows Fixed Casework. Replace press box countertops Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Mill and overlay parking lot Curbs, Rails and Barriers. Repair curbs at parking lot Markings and Signage. Upgrade makings and signage with resurface of parking lot Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace sections of sidewalk Miscellaneous Structures. Bleachers. Replace bleachers with stronger seating Paint Exterior. Paint all red iron and trim Upper Floor. Repairs needed on bleacher section, water leaks creating damage underneath Suspended Ceilings. Replace ceiling tiles in storage areas due to water leaks Paint Interior. Paint storage room due to water damage Fences and Gates. Repair/replace fencing around site and bleacher areas Retaining Walls. Repair work on retaining walls

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$3,200

$300-$1400

$160-$688

$3,200

$300-$1400

$160-$688

$73,300

$7400-$31600

$3665-$15759

$9,000

$900-$3800

$450-$1935

$26,800 $17,900 $5,400 $187,500 $18,700

$2700-$11500 $1800-$7700 $500-$2300 $18700-$80600 $1900-$8100

$1340-$5762 $895-$3848 $270-$1161 $9375-$40312 $935-$4020

$9,500

$900-$4100

$475-$2042

$28,200

$2800-$12100

$1410-$6063

$281,200

$28200-$121000

$14060-$60458

$17,100

$1700-$7300

$855-$3676

$9,000

$900-$3800

$450-$1935

$500

$0-$200

$25-$107

$2,300

$200-$900

$115-$494

$187,500

$18700-$80600

$9375-$40312

$32,900

$3300-$14100

$1645-$7073

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $913,200 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $91,200 - $392,500 Estimated Inflation Range: $45,660 - $196,338 Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,050,060 - $1,502,038

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Student Support Center 11722 Dransfeldt Road, Building B Parker, CO 80134 DCSD Support Services

Student Support Center-Identified Facility Projects

Tier 2

Tier 1

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

High

$5,700

Medium

$2,500

Low

$4,000

High

$0

Medium

$34,700 Tier 1-High Priority

Low

$5,300

High

$0

Medium

$0

Tier 1-Medium Priority

Tier 3

Tier 1-Low Priority

Low

Tier 2-High Priority Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority

$2,100

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $54,300

Estimated Total Project Costs: $62,515 - $89,875

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Following is the list of identified facility projects at the Student Support Center

Tier Priority

Project Description

High Roof Finishes. Replace roof. Asphalt shingle T i e r 1 Medium Hot Water Distribution. Replace water baseboard heaters. Air Distribution Systems. Improve ventilation in conference Low room Medium Paint Exterior. Medium Exterior Windows. Replace windows (10) Medium Flooring Restrooms. Replace VCT in 2 bathrooms Medium Flooring Carpet. Replace carpet T i e r 2 Medium Sinks. Replace sinks Medium Paving & Surfacing. Resurface parking area Miscellaneous Structures. Replace wooden decks front and Medium rear. Rear deck non-code compliant Low Interior Construction. Enlarge restroom on main floor Low Water Closets. Replace toilets (2) Tier 3

Low

Paint Interior. Paint interior. Repair drywall as necessary

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$5,700 $2,500

$600-$2500 $200-$1000

$285-$1225 $125-$537

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$2,100 $6,600 $900 $4,000 $900 $4,000

$300-$1000 $600-$2800 $100-$400 $400-$1800 $100-$400 $400-$1800

$105-$451 $330-$1419 $45-$193 $200-$860 $45-$193 $200-$860

$16,200

$1600-$7000

$810-$3483

$4,000 $1,300

$400-$1800 $100-$600

$200-$860 $65-$279

$2,100

$300-$1000

$105-$451

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $54,300 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $5,500 - $23,900 Estimated Inflation Range: $2,715 - $11,675 Estimated Total Project Costs: $62,515 - $89,875

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Transportation Terminal West Facility 2808 North Highway 85, Building B Castle Rock, CO 80109 DCSD Transportation Terminal

West Transportation Terminal-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$0

Medium

$101,100

Low

$24,300

Tier 2

High

$340,000

Medium

$221,400 Tier 1-High Priority

Low

$0

Tier 1-Medium Priority

Tier 3

Tier 1-Low Priority

High

$24,300

Medium

$30,800

Low

Tier 2-High Priority Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority

$4,000

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $745,900

Estimated Total Project Costs: $857,695 - $1,227,169

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Following is the list of identified facility projects at the West Transportation Terminal

Tier Priority

Project Description

Medium Roof Finishes. Apply roof coating Medium Interior Door Hardware. Replace door hardware Switchgear-Main. Replace electrical service with new T i e r 1 Medium switchgear Panels and Transformers. Replace panels inside and at bus Medium parking Branch Wiring Devices. Replace outlets and wiring for bus Medium outlets Low Glazed Roof Openings. Add sola tubes for daylighting High Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Mill and overlay parking lot Overhead Doors. Replace garage doors, add windows for Medium daylighting Medium Interior Doors. Replace interior doors in admin area Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace toilet partitions in both Medium restrooms T i e r 2 Medium Sink Countertops. Replace countertop in men's restroom Stair, Tread and Landing Finishes. Replace railing of storage Medium area above electrical room. Not code compliant Medium Flooring Restroom. Replace ceramic tile with seamless acrylic Medium Lavatories. Replace faucets in mens restroom Medium Sinks. Replace sinks in mens restroom Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Pave areas of asphalt for Medium excess parking High Structural Slab on Grade. Apply coating to garage floor Medium Interior Door Frames. Replace door jambs in admin area T i e r 3 Medium Suspended Ceilings. Replace suspended ceiling in admim area Medium Site Lighting Poles. Add site lighting to parking area Low Paint Interior.

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$12,100 $12,100

$1200-$5200 $1200-$5200

$605-$2601 $605-$2601

$60,700

$6100-$26100

$3035-$13050

$8,100

$800-$3500

$405-$1741

$8,100

$800-$3500

$405-$1741

$24,300 $340,000

$2400-$10400 $34000-$146200

$1215-$5224 $17000-$73100

$40,500

$4000-$17400

$2025-$8707

$8,100

$800-$3500

$405-$1741

$2,100

$300-$1000

$105-$451

$1,300

$100-$600

$65-$279

$1,600

$200-$700

$80-$344

$4,000 $900 $900

$400-$1800 $100-$400 $100-$400

$200-$860 $45-$193 $45-$193

$162,000

$16200-$69600

$8100-$34830

$24,300 $4,000

$2400-$10400 $400-$1800

$1215-$5224 $200-$860

$2,500

$200-$1000

$125-$537

$24,300 $4,000

$2400-$10400 $400-$1800

$1215-$5224 $200-$860

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $745,900 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $74,500 - $320,900 Estimated Inflation Range: $37,295 - $160,369 Estimated Total Project Costs: $857,695 - $1,227,169

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Transportation Terminal North Facility 8236 Carter Court Littleton, CO 80125 DCSD Transportation Terminal

North Transportation Terminal-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$28,400

Medium

$815,900

Low

Tier 2

High

$20,200 $0

Medium

$469,100 Tier 1-High Priority

Low

$283,400

Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

Tier 3

High

$0

Medium

Tier 2-High Priority Tier 2-Medium Priority

$141,500

Low

Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority

$16,100

Tier 3-Medium Priority

Tier 4

High

Tier 3-Low Priority

$0

Tier 4-High Priority

Medium

$9,700

Low

$9,000

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,793,300

Estimated Total Project Costs: $2,061,965 - $2,950,760

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Tier Priority

Project Description

High Fire Alarm Systems. Replace fire alarm system Medium Roof Eaves and Soffitts. Replace facia board where necessary Medium Interior Door Hardware. Replace door hardware Hot Water Service. Water Heater. In lieu of boiler replacement Medium and HVAC RTU replacement upgrade, install water heaters for domestic service (HVAC option 2) Medium Roof Drains. Check roof drains for proper functionality Boilers. Install new boiler if current heating system is used Medium (HVAC option 1) Boilers. Remove boiler and hot water heating system (HVAC Medium option 2) Boiler Room Piping and Specialties. Replace piping at boiler T i e r 1 Medium room (HVAC option 1) Direct Expansion Systems. Replace RTU's 5 total. Add split Medium system for MDF closet (HVAC option 1) Direct Expansion Systems. Replace RTU's with gas fired for Medium heating. Add gas lines for all units, Add split system for MDF closet (HVAC option 2) Exhaust Ventilation Systems. Replace exhaust fans as Medium necessary Hot Water Distribution. Replace radiators. Replace fin tube Medium heaters in lounge and in restroom off gym (option 1). Medium Controls. Upgrade DDC system Panels and Transformers. Replace two panels in main electrical Medium room and one in SW addition Lighting Equipment. Replace plastic lense diffusers on 2x4 Medium fixtures. Replace wrap around difussers on a few fixtures Medium Fuel Distribution. Replace natural gas service Retention Ponds. Rework water entry to south pond, clean Low pond Site Electrical Distribution. Install electrical power for bus Low heaters. Repair current service at east parking lot Exterior Wall Construction. Repair/repoint concrete block and Medium brick as necessary Medium Paint Exterior. Medium Paint Exterior. Paint exterior of garage Medium Exterior Windows. Replace exterior windows Medium Solid Exteror Doors. Replace exterior doors and jambs Medium Interior Doors. Replace interior doors Flooring Gym. Install carpet over gym tile, no abatement Medium (option 2) T i e r 2 Medium Flooring Gym. Replace VCT in gym (abatement)(option1) Pipe and Fittings. Piping and fittings need to be checked for Medium replacement Medium Fixed Casework. Replace/refinish casework as necessary Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Mill and overlay parking lot, Medium front of building and south bus parking area Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Install paved sidewalk to bus Medium area and south employee parking from building Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace areas of Medium sidewalk in front of building Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Install asphalt for bus Low parking west area and employee parking south of building Interior Windows and Storefronts. Sand and refinish/paint Medium interior windows Medium Interior Door Frames. Replace door jambs as necessary Suspended Ceilings. Replace ceiling tile. Replace some grid T i e r 3 Medium sections Tile Ceilings. Remove old tile from ceilings (abatement). Medium Refinish exposed areas

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$28,400 $4,000 $81,000

$2800-$12200 $400-$1800 $8100-$34800

$1420-$6106 $200-$860 $4050-$17415

$12,100

$1200-$5200

$605-$2601

$900

$100-$400

$45-$193

$24,300

$2400-$10400

$1215-$5224

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$12,100

$1200-$5200

$605-$2601

$222,600

$22300-$95800

$11130-$47859

$283,400

$28400-$121900

$14170-$60931

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$133,600

$13400-$57400

$6680-$28724

$9,700

$1000-$4200

$485-$2085

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$16,200

$1600-$7000

$810-$3483

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$16,200

$1600-$7000

$810-$3483

$8,100

$800-$3500

$405-$1741

$8,100 $8,100 $40,500 $17,100 $17,900

$800-$3500 $800-$3500 $4000-$17400 $1700-$7300 $1800-$7700

$405-$1741 $405-$1741 $2025-$8707 $855-$3676 $895-$3848

$12,100

$1200-$5200

$605-$2601

$40,500

$4000-$17400

$2025-$8707

$900

$100-$400

$45-$193

$24,300

$2400-$10400

$1215-$5224

$242,900

$24300-$104400

$12145-$52223

$32,400

$3200-$13900

$1620-$6966

$16,200

$1600-$7000

$810-$3483

$283,400

$28400-$121900

$14170-$60931

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

Not all capital needs for North Terminal shown. For a complete listing of the North Terminal’s capital needs see Appendix 2

Following is the list of identified facility projects at the North Transportation Terminal

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,793,300 $6,600 $600-$2800 $330-$1419 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $179,000 $771,900 $9,400 $900-$4000 $470-$2021 Estimated Inflation Range: $89,665 $385,560 $36,500 $3600-$15700 $1825-$7847 Estimated Total Project Costs: $2,061,965 - $2,950,760

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Warehouse-Service Center 2812 North Highway 85, Building E Castle Rock, CO 80109 Administration/District Offices Facility

Warehouse Service Center-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 2

Tier 1

High

$0

Medium

$198,400

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$17,200 Tier 1-High Priority

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Tier 1-Medium Priority

Tier 3

Tier 1-Low Priority

Low

Tier 2-High Priority Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority

$6,600

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $222,200

Estimated Total Project Costs: $255,510 - $365,773

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Following is the list of identified facility projects at the Warehouse-Service Center

Tier Priority

Project Description

Medium Roof Finishes. Apply roof coating to metal roof of warehouse Terminal Self-Contained Units. Replace outdoor AC unit closest Medium to rear entry door Terminal Self-Contained Units. Replace split system for print T i e r 1 Medium room Terminal Self-Contained Units. Replace Whirlpool unit for Medium warehouse offices Medium Controls. Replace current control system with Delta Medium Exterior Wall Construction. Reseal concrete block on Bld E Medium Paint Exterior. Flooring Hallways/Classrooms. Replace VCT in hallway by T i e r 2 Medium breakroom Medium Flooring Kitchen. Replace VCT in breakroom Medium Flooring Restroom. Replace VCT in restrooms by copier Tier 3

Low

Paint Interior. Paint interior of Bld E and warehouse office areas

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$16,200

$1600-$7000

$810-$3483

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$28,400

$2800-$12200

$1420-$6106

$16,200

$1600-$7000

$810-$3483

$133,600 $4,000 $9,700

$13400-$57400 $400-$1800 $1000-$4200

$6680-$28724 $200-$860 $485-$2085

$500

$0-$200

$25-$107

$2,100 $900

$300-$1000 $100-$400

$105-$451 $45-$193

$6,600

$600-$2800

$330-$1419

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $222,200 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $22,200 - $95,800 Estimated Inflation Range: $11,110 - $47,773 Estimated Total Project Costs: $255,510 - $365,773

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West Support Center 701 Prairie Hawk Drive Castle Rock, CO 80109 Administration/District Offices Facility

West Support Center-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$69,600

Medium Low

$275,400 $0

Tier 2

High

$212,600

Medium

$12,100 Tier 1-High Priority

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 1-Medium Priority

Tier 3

Tier 1-Low Priority Tier 2-High Priority Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $569,700

Estimated Total Project Costs: $655,085 - $937,086

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Following is the list of identified facility projects at the West Support Center

Tier Priority

High High T i e r 1 Medium Medium

Project Description

Glazed Roof Openings. Replace fiberglass translucent panels Direct Expansion Systems. Replace RTU 4 Roof Finishes. Apply roof coating to metal roof to extend life Flashings & Trim. Replace roof cap Piping. Improve storm water drainage by adding more Medium underground piping High Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Mill and overlay parking lot Exterior Wall Construction. Improve insulation on warehouse T i e r 2 Medium walls Overhead Doors. Replace or insulate original garage doors east Medium side warehouse

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$14,500 $55,100 $191,900 $2,500

$1500-$6300 $5500-$23600 $19200-$82500 $200-$1000

$725-$3117 $2755-$11846 $9595-$41258 $125-$537

$81,000

$8100-$34800

$4050-$17415

$212,600

$21200-$91400

$10630-$45709

$8,100

$800-$3500

$405-$1741

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $569,700 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $56,900 - $244,900 Estimated Inflation Range: $28,485 - $122,486 Estimated Total Project Costs: $655,085 - $937,086

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Wilcox Building-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$171,800

Medium

$215,100

Low

$40,500

Tier 2

High

$68,100

Medium

$206,100 Tier 1-High Priority

Low

$8,100

Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority

Tier 3

High

$0

Medium

Tier 2-High Priority Tier 2-Medium Priority

$3,500

Low

Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority

$203,400

Tier 3-Medium Priority

Tier 4

High

Tier 3-Low Priority

$0

Tier 4-High Priority

Medium Low

$8,600

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $925,200

Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,063,960 - $1,522,018

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Following is the list of identified facility projects at the DCSD Wilcox Building

Tier Priority

High High Medium Medium Medium T i e r 1 Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Low High Medium Medium T i e r 2 Medium Medium Medium Medium Low Medium Medium T i e r 3 Medium Low Low Low

Project Description

Flooring Carpet. Replace entry carpets Fire Alarm Systems. Upgrade fire alarm system Roof Finishes. Re-coat roof at main section Flashings and Trim. Paint roof flashings Gutters and Downspouts. Paint gutters and downspouts Interior Door hardware. Replace current non-restricted key system with restricted. Passenger Elevators. Overhaul elevators Hot Water Distribution. Ceiling unit heater at front entrance needs reset into drywall Switchgear-Main. Replace main switchgear Panels and Transformers. Replace panels and transformers Intercommunication & Paging System. Install new intercom system for building Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Mill and overlay parking lot Exterior Windows. Re-finish anodized aluminum frames. Replace 2 windows in Nona's office and 1 in board room, 3rd fl, pellet holes. Flooring Kitchen. Replace sheet vinyl 3rd fl break rm. Flooring Carpet. Replace carpet Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Mill and overlay parking lot Curbs, Rails and Barriers. Repair/replace sections of curb, repair and paint railing at back entry Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace areas or cracked sidewalks Ceiling Finishes. Restain wood ceiling 2nd fl north (old gym) Wall Foundations. Recoat foundation walls on east side Suspended Ceilings. Fix sagging ceiling grid lower level at mech rm entrance hallway. Blinds and Other Window Treatment. Re-attach blinds to wall in Board Rm Paint Interior. Paint interior, metal beams and ductwork 2nd fl north Fire Sprinkler Water Supply. Install sprinkler system for entire building Miscellaneous Structures. Clean brick and stone entry barriers

T i e r 4 Medium Seeding and Sodding. Repair areas of lawn Medium Site Lighting Poles. Paint lighting poles

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$9,800 $162,000 $48,600 $2,100 $2,100

$1000-$4200 $16200-$69600 $4800-$20800 $300-$1000 $300-$1000

$490-$2107 $8100-$34830 $2430-$10449 $105-$451 $105-$451

$32,400

$3200-$13900

$1620-$6966

$81,000

$8100-$34800

$4050-$17415

$300

$0-$100

$15-$64

$24,300 $24,300

$2400-$10400 $2400-$10400

$1215-$5224 $1215-$5224

$40,500

$4000-$17400

$2025-$8707

$68,100

$6800-$29200

$3405-$14641

$6,100

$600-$2700

$305-$1311

$1,600 $121,500 $64,800

$200-$700 $12200-$52300 $6500-$27900

$80-$344 $6075-$26122 $3240-$13932

$8,100

$800-$3500

$405-$1741

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$8,100 $2,100

$800-$3500 $300-$1000

$405-$1741 $105-$451

$900

$100-$400

$45-$193

$500

$0-$200

$25-$107

$40,500

$4000-$17400

$2025-$8707

$162,000

$16200-$69600

$8100-$34830

$900

$100-$400

$45-$193

$8,100 $500

$800-$3500 $0-$200

$405-$1741 $25-$107

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $925,200 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $92,500 - $397,900 Estimated Inflation Range: $46,260 - $198,918 Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,063,960 - $1,522,018

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Athletics-Identified Items

Tier 2

Tier 1

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$1,023,400 Tier 1-High Priority

Low

$385,600

Tier 1-Medium Priority

Tier 3

Tier 1-Low Priority

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 2-High Priority Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3-Medium Priority

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0

$500,000

$1,000,000

$1,500,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,409,000

Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,620,050 - $2,317,535

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Following is the list of identified DCSD Athletics projects

Tier

Priority

Project Description

Medium Mountain Vista High School-Football field-Replace synthetic turf Medium Tier 2

Medium Medium Medium Medium Low

Ponderosa High School-Tennis court-Fill cracks and spot resurface Castle View High School-Tennis court-Resurface with asphalt resurfacer and fill cracks Legend High School-Tennis court-Resurface with asphalt resurfacer and fill cracks Rock Canyon High School-Tennis court-Resurface with asphalt resurfacer and fill cracks Castle View High School-Football field-Replace synthetic turf Legend High School-Football field-Replace synthetic turf

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

$385,600

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$38500-$165800 $19280-$82904

$47,300

$4700-$20300

$2365-$10169

$68,300

$6800-$29300

$3415-$14684

$68,300

$6800-$29300

$3415-$14684

$68,300

$6800-$29300

$3415-$14684

$385,600 $385,600

$38500-$165800 $19280-$82904 $38500-$165800 $19280-$82904

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $1,409,000 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $140,600 - $605,600 Estimated Inflation Range: $70,450 - $302,935 Estimated Total Project Costs: $1,620,050 - $2,317,535

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Furniture, Fixtures, and Equipment

Furniture, Fixtures, and Equipment-Identified Items

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 3

Tier 2

Tier 1

Tier 1-High Priority

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 1-Low Priority Tier 2-High Priority Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority Tier 3-Medium Priority

Medium

$0

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

Medium

$9,920,000

Low

Tier 4

Tier 1-Medium Priority

$1,270,000

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

$0

$2,000,000

$4,000,000

$6,000,000

$8,000,000

$10,000,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $11,190,000

Estimated Total Project Costs: $12,868,500 - $16,952,850

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Tier

Tier 3

Priority

Project Description

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Acres Green ES

$200,000

$20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Arrowwood ES

$200,000

$20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Bear Canyon ES

$200,000

$20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Buffalo Ridge ES

$200,000

$20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Castle Rock ES

$200,000

$20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Castle Rock MS

$300,000

$30,000-$90,000

$15,000-$64,500

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Chaparral HS

$400,000

$40,000-$120,000

$20,000-$86,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Cherokee Trail ES

$200,000

$20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Cherry Valley ES

$30,000

$3,000-$9,000

$1,500-$6,450

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Cougar Run ES

$200,000

$20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Coyote Creek ES

$200,000

$20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Cresthill MS

$300,000

$30,000-$90,000

$15000-$64500

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Douglas County HS

$400,000

$40,000-$120,000

$20,000-$86,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Douglas County HS South Bldg

$200,000

$20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Eagle Ridge ES

$200,000

$20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Eldorado ES

$200,000

$20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Fox Creek ES

$200,000

$20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Franktown ES

$200,000

$20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Frontier Valley ES

$200,000

$20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Heritage ES

$200,000

$20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Highlands Ranch HS

$400,000

$40,000-$120,000

$20,000-$86,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Iron Horse ES

$200,000

$20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Mountain Vista HS

$400,000

$40,000-$120,000

$20,000-$86,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Northeast ES

$200,000

$20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Pine Grove ES

$200,000

$20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Pine Lane North

$200,000

$20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Pine Lane South

$200,000

$20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Pioneer ES

$200,000

$20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Ponderosa HS

$400,000

$40,000-$120,000

$20,000-$86,000

Potential Inflation Costs

Not all furniture, fixtures, and equipment needs shown. For a complete listing of FF&E capital needs see Appendix 2

Following is the list of identified movable furniture, fixtures and equipment

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $11,190,000 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $1,119,000 - $3,357,000 Estimated Inflation Range: $559,500 - $2,405,850 Estimated Total Project Costs: $12,868,500 - $16,952,850 Douglas County School District

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District-wide Facilities

District-wide Facilities-Identified Facility Projects

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Site Component Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$600,000

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 2

High

$100,000

Medium Low

$410,000

Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority

$0

Tier 1-Low Priority

Tier 4

Tier 3

High

Tier 2-High Priority

$3,200,000

Tier 2-Medium Priority

Medium

$2,200,000

Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority

Low

$0

High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

Tier 3-Medium Priority Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$0 $0

$1,000,000

$2,000,000

$3,000,000

$4,000,000

$5,000,000

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $6,710,000

Estimated Total Project Costs: $7,045,500 - $8,152,650 *Note* Estimated total costs include ADA and Special Education contingency. Contingency needs are not prioritized and are not displayed by tier and priority

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Following is the list of identified projects for District-wide facilities

Tier

Priority

Tier 1

High

Tier 2 Tier 3 C o n ti n g e n cy

High Medium High Medium Contingency

Project Description

Replace non-compliant door hardware and re-key. Required by 2018 to comply with state mandate Replace 10 mobile decks Replace 41 mobile decks Replace 16 mobiles Replace 11 mobiles

Contingency for ADA compliance projects Contingency for Special Education needs related Contingency projects

Potential Regulatory, Estimated Professional Potential Inflation Construction Services, and Costs Cost-2016 Contracting Costs $600,000

N/A

$30,000-$129,000

$100,000 $410,000 $3,200,000 $2,200,000 $100,000

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

$5,000-$21,500 $20,500-$88,150 $160,000-$688,000 $110,000-$473,000 $5,000-$21,500

$100,000

N/A

$5,000-$21,500

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $6,710,000 Estimated Project Management Cost Range: N/A Estimated Inflation Range: $335,500 - $1,442,650 Estimated Total Project Costs: $7,045,500 - $8,152,650

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Safety & Security

Safety & Security-Identified Items

Tier 1

Estimated Capital Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Tier and Priority High

$0

Medium

$0

Low

$0

Tier 2

High

$3,121,960

Medium

Low

$229,500

Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority

$0

Tier 1-Low Priority

Tier 3

High

$379,400

Tier 2-Medium Priority

Medium

Low

$6,110,000

Tier 2-Low Priority Tier 3-High Priority

$0

Tier 3-Medium Priority

High Tier 4

Tier 2-High Priority

Tier 3-Low Priority

$758,300

Tier 4-High Priority

Medium

Low

$1,500,000

Tier 4-Medium Priority Tier 4-Low Priority

$6,800 $0

$2,000,000

$4,000,000

$6,000,000

$8,000,000

Estimated Capital Costs: $12,105,960 Estimated Project Management Costs: $434,647

Estimated Total Project Costs: $12,540,607 One Time Capital Costs Tier

Tier 2

Tier 3

Tier 4

Priority High High Medium High Medium Medium Medium High Medium

Project Description

Estimated Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Facility Cameras Transportation Bus Cameras 800MHz Radios

$321,960 $2,800,000 $229,500

$434,647 $0 $0

Incident Management Solution School Radio Upgrade Emergency Operations Center Equipment In-House Alarm Monitoring

$200,000 $5,975,000 $60,000 $75,000

$0 $0 $0 $0

Security Doors Access Control Upgrade

$758,300 $1,500,000

$0 $0

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Tier 3

High

Server Rotation

Tier 4

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Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

$179,400

$0

$6,800

$0

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Project Details

Tier 1 Security Items: Identified systems and components that fall in this category pose a high risk to the safety and security of individuals in Douglas County Schools or a mandate has been issued at the Federal/State/Local level and must be complied with. No vital security systems or components have been identified at this time.

Tier 2 Security Items: Cameras: Replace existing analog Digital Video Recorder with a Network Video Recorder. Encode existing analog cameras to IP. Replace any failed cameras with IP cameras. Transportation Bus Cameras: Provide a standardized digital system on all buses. Infrastructure is needed at terminals to provide access to systems on buses and to automate downloading of events. 800 MHz Radios: Provide one radio per site for administration. Radio to be used to communicate directly with District Security and/or First Responders in the event of an emergency.

Tier 3 Security Items: Incident Management Solution: Implement an Incident Management Solution and services that can be used from minor incidents to major incidents. Solution will provide immediate collaboration between key personnel, instant updates as the incident progresses, workflow automation, and logging of all activity for debriefs and open record requests. Needed capital includes core software, software design and implementation, hosting or local hardware, and communication interface. School Radio Upgrade: Phased project over 5 years to install new communications infrastructure. Increase coverage and reliability of communication at each District school and provide emergency communication paths and identification to District Security. Emergency Operations Center Equipment: Equipment needed to have a fully functioning Emergency Operations Center. In-House Alarm Monitoring: Core infrastructure needed to move alarm monitoring in-house, including burglary and fire.

Tier 4 Security Items: Access Control Upgrade: District-wide replacement of all access control systems and controlling software. New system will allow more cost effective upgrades and replacements. Badge Printer: Life cycle replacement of badge printers. Security Doors: Addition of doors and/or drop down gates to secure areas of facilities to better protect assets and property.

*A Note About Facility Cameras* Total costs are calculated using the minimal camera renewal option. This includes replacing the existing analog Digital Video Recorder with a Network Video Recorder, encoding analog cameras to IP, and replacing any failed cameras with IP cameras. Safety & Security has also estimated costs for a recommended camera renewal option and a preferred camera renewal option. The recommended camera renewal option would go beyond simple maintenance and would serve to provide new equipment that would last 10+ years. This would be achieved by replacing the analog Digital Video Recorder with a Network Video Recorder and replacing all analog cameras with IP cameras (one to one basis rather than waiting for analog cameras to fail). The preferred camera renewal option would provide longer lasting, higher quality equipment and would serve to increase coverage by installing additional cameras. This would be achieved by replacing the analog Digital Video Recorder with a Network Video Recorder, replacing all analog cameras with IP cameras, and providing additional IP cameras as needed. To see how estimated costs would differ by funding cameral renewal to the recommended or preferred level see Appendix 3. Douglas County School District

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Transportation-Identified Items

Estimated Capital Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$295,000

Medium

$1,180,000

Low

$1,416,000

Tier 2

High

$280,000

Medium

$1,960,000

Tier 1-High Priority Tier 1-Medium Priority

Low

Tier 1-Low Priority

$0

Tier 2-High Priority

Tier 3

High

$770,000

Medium

Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority

$840,000

Low

Tier 3-High Priority Tier 3-Medium Priority

$910,000

Tier 3-Low Priority

Tier 4

High

$0

Medium

Tier 4-High Priority Tier 4-Medium Priority

$90,000

Low

Tier 4-Low Priority

$270,000 $0

$1,000,000

$2,000,000

$3,000,000

Estimated Total Project Costs: $8,011,000

Tier

Tier 1

Tier 2

Priority

Quantity

Project Description

Estimated Cost-2016

High

5

Special Needs Buses-Student Growth

$59,000 each = $295,000 $59,000 each = $472,000

Medium

8

Special Needs Buses-Replacement

Medium

12

Special Needs Buses-Student Growth

$59,000 each = $708,000

Low

9

Special Needs Buses-Replacement

$59,000 each = $531,000

Low

15

Special Needs Buses-Student Growth

$59,000 each = $885,000

High

4

General Education Buses-Replacement

$70,000 each = $280,000

Medium

15

General Education Buses-Replacement

$70,000 each = $1,050,000

Medium

13

General Education Buses-Replacement

$70,000 each = $910,000

11

General Education Buses-Student Growth

$70,000 each = $770,000 $70,000 each = $840,000 $70,000 each = $910,000

High Tier 3

Medium

12

General Education Buses-Student Growth

Low

13

General Education Buses-Student Growth

Tier 4

Medium

1

Field Trip Bus

$90,000 each

Low

3

Field Trip Bus

$90,000 each = $270,000

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Tier 1 Transportation Items: Special Needs Growth Related School Buses: Five additional special needs buses are needed immediately for the 2016-17 school year. Twelve additional special needs buses will be needed in the 2017-2019 timeframe and fifteen additional special needs buses will be needed in the 2020-2022 timeframe. These special needs buses are all needed to meet projected growth in student enrollment. Special Needs School Bus Replacement: Eight special needs buses will need to be replaced in the 20172019 timeframe. Nine special needs buses will need to be replaced in the 2020-2022 timeframe. These buses all exceed or are projected to exceed the normal cost for repair and provide limited functionality for wheel chairs.

Tier 2 Transportation Items: General Education School Bus Replacement: Four general education buses are needed immediately for the 2016-17 school year. These buses are currently inoperable and cannot be repaired. Thirteen general education buses will need to be replaced in the 2017-2019 timeframe and fifteen general education buses will need to be replaced in the2020-2022 timeframe. These buses exceed the normal range for repairs, experience multiple component failures, and have limited student capacity.

Tier 3 Transportation Items: General Education Growth Related School Buses: Eleven additional general education buses are needed to meet projected student growth for the 2016-17 school year. Twelve additional general education buses will be needed in the 2017-19 timeframe to meet projected student growth and thirteen additional general education buses will be needed in the 2020-2022 timeframe.

Tier 4 Transportation Items: Field Trip Bus Replacement: One field trip bus will need to be replaced in the 2017-19 timeframe and three field trip buses will need to be replaced in the 2020-2022 timeframe. These buses exceed the normal range for repairs, do not have an under carriage, and have difficulty traversing steep hills.

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Information Technology-Identified Items

Estimated Capital Costs (in 2016 Dollars) by Tier and Priority

Tier 1

High

$8,500,000

Medium

Low

$17,000,000 $0

Tier 4

Tier 3

Tier 2

High

$6,300,000

Medium

Tier 1-High Priority

$7,900,000

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 1-Medium Priority Tier 1-Low Priority Tier 2-High Priority Tier 2-Medium Priority Tier 2-Low Priority

Medium

$8,100,000

Tier 3-High Priority Tier 3-Medium Priority

Low

$0

High

$0

Tier 3-Low Priority Tier 4-High Priority Tier 4-Medium Priority

Medium

Low

Tier 4-Low Priority

$150,000 $0 $0

$5,000,000

$10,000,000

$15,000,000

$20,000,000

Estimated Total Project Costs: $47,950,000 One Time Capital Costs Tier Tier 1

Tier 2

Tier 3 Tier 4

Priority

Project Description

Estimated Cost-2016

High High High High Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium

System Performance Software ERP-Financial System Document Management Solution Intranet Portal Video Content Management Business Analytics System Cyber Security Enhancements Data Center Infrastructure Rotation School Network Enhancements

$4,750,000 $3,750,000 $4,300,000 $2,000,000 $1,500,000 $4,200,000 $2,200,000 $3,500,000 $4,600,000

Medium

Web Printing Solution

$150,000

Recurring Capital Costs

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Priority

Project Description

Estimated Cost-2016

Tier 1

Medium

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Project Details

Tier 1 IT Items: System Performance Software: Development and hardware services that empower teachers with the ability to (among other things) develop teaching plans, track student achievements, and work on professional development. This platform is used daily and requires funding to ensure that the tool continues to meet the needs of the district’s World Class Education mission and vision. ERP - Financial System: In an effort to reduce overall IT expenses, a single Enterprise Resource Management (ERP) system needs to be implemented to fully integrate and manage all core financial operations. This funding will ensure that our entire 20 year old Financial System is upgraded to align with our recently implemented HR and Payroll system. The effort will eventually reduce the overall cost of ownership and will also ensure accurate data reporting across the district. Device Hardware Rotation: In order to support World Class Education with world class technology we refresh student and staff computers on a regular basis. This funding request allows continued upgrading of our aging device fleet (laptops, desktops, tablets) used by students and staff.

Tier 2 IT Items: Document Management Solution: All employee and student paper records need to be managed and preserved for defined periods of time. A new content management solution would allow us to digitize all such paper records and help store all this critical data in a single repository enabling timely, accurate, and secure retrieval or removal of data. Intranet Portal: Today’s workforce demands efficient and timely access to relevant policies, forms and data. This solution consolidates various staff and administrative web site content into a central employee portal called the district intranet. The portal will act as a tool to enhance internal communication and collaboration across the district. Video Content Management: In today’s digital age video content is created at a rapid pace. We currently do not have a central platform to store and share such internally created video content. This capital need will allow us to purchase and implement a video content management system to allow school staff and students to store and publish original video content. Business Analytics System: The district does not have a central data warehousing nor a business analytics solution. This effort will allow us to build a single place for storing and reporting on our student and staff data accurately. Accurate and timely access to student data enables our educators to make meaningful decisions based on student performance data and take appropriate corrective measures. Cyber Security Enhancements: With digital safety as a key component of our overall Safety strategy, this funding will enable us to provide a robust district-wide network security management platform, an enhanced data loss prevention solution, an Internet-based software blocking solution for malicious content, firewall botnet protection, and device encryption. All of this serves to provide a safe educational environment and secure student and teacher data.

Tier 3 IT Items: Data Center Infrastructure Rotation: Our district-wide technology systems are reliant on a robust data center infrastructure. This funding need will allow IT to keep systems up to date as demands on our servers, storage, network, and cloud infrastructure grow. Vital needs include core data center redundancy, wireless infrastructure, and back-end server and cloud support systems. School Network Enhancements: The district network enables staff and students to connect wirelessly to high speed Internet and enable World Class Education services. Over the next five years, we anticipate district wide network capacity needs to double. Nearly all student educational activities and district administrative services depend on the network. Funding this will allow us to continue building and upgrading district site network switches, wireless hardware, and battery backup systems to meet the growing educational demands.

Tier 4 IT Items:

Web Printing Solution: The ability to print from any device (ipad, chromebook etc.) does not exist within the district. This web printing management solution would provide a web printing management solution that would allow students and staff to print from virtually all devices. Douglas County School District

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Summary

2016-2021 Capital Needs Estimated Cost (in 2016 Dollars)

Charter School Athletics Reinvestment $1.4M Transportation $7M State Mandate/Compliance $8M Mobiles $.6M Furniture, Fixtures, and Equipment $5.9M $11.2M ADA and Special Education Contingency $.2M Safety & Security $12.1M Facility Reinvestment (Neighborhood Schools and Support Facilities) $106M

Information Technology $48M

New Construction $84.2M

Estimated Capital Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

Total Project Cost

$105,979,400

$10,585,600 - $45,545,5000

$5,298,970 - $22,785,574

$121,863,970 - $174,310,474

$84,220,504

$0

$0

$84,220,504

Information Technology

$47,950,000

$0

$0

$47,950,000

Safety & Security

$12,105,960

$434,647

$0

$12,540,607

FF&E

$12,868,500 - $16,952,850

Capital Item

Facility Reinvestment-Neighborhood Schools, Support Facilities New Construction (1-5 Years, DCSD Standards)

$11,190,000

$1,119,000 - $3,357,000

$559,500 - $2,405,850

Transportation

$8,011,000

$0

$0

$8,011,000

Charter Schools

$6,980,839

$698,084 - $3,001,761

$349,042 - $1,500,880

$8,027,965 - $11,483,480

Mobiles

$5,910,000

$0

$295,500 - $1,270,650

$6,205,500 - $7,180,650

Athletics

$1,409,000

$140,600 - $605,600

$70,450 - $302,935

$1,620,050 - $2,317,535

State Mandated Door Hardware

$600,000

$0

$30,000 - $129,000

$630,000 - $729,000

ADA Contingency

$100,000

$0

$5,000 - $21,500

$105,000 - $121,500

SPED Contingency

$100,000

$0

$5,000 - $21,500

$105,000 - $121,500

Estimated Cost (in 2016 Dollars): $284,556,703 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $12,977,931 - $52,944,508 Estimated Inflation Range: $6,613,462 - $28,437,889

Estimated Total Cost: $304,148,096 - $365,939,100 214

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Summary

2016-2021 Tier 1-High Priority Items Estimated Cost (in 2016 Dollars) Transportation $295,000 State Mandate/Compliance $600,000

Information Technology $8.5M

Facility Reinvestment $37.3M

Estimated Capital Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$37,305,000

$3,730,200-$16,040,400

$1,865,250-$8,020,575

$8,500,000

$0

$0

State Mandated Reinvestment (Door Hardware and Re-key)

$600,000

$0

$30,000-$129,000

Transportation

$295,000

$0

$0

Capital Item

Facility Reinvestment (Neighborhood Schools and Support Facilities) Information Technology

Estimated Cost (in 2016 Dollars): $46,700,000 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $3,730,200 - $16,040,400 Estimated Inflation Range: $1,895,250 - $8,149,575

Estimated Total Cost: $52,325,450 - $70,889,975 Douglas County School District

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Summary cont. 2016-2021 Tier 1-High Priority Facility Reinvestment by Year Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars)

$ 4 0,0 0 0,0 0 0

$ 3 5,0 0 0,0 0 0

$28.3M - $36.8M

$ 3 0,0 0 0,0 0 0

$ 2 5,0 0 0,0 0 0

$ 2 0,0 0 0,0 0 0

Estimated Capital Cost $ 1 5,0 0 0,0 0 0

Potential Regulatory, Serivces, and Contracting Costs

$10.3M - $13.3M

**Estimated cost given as a range

$ 1 0,0 0 0,0 0 0

Potential Inflation Cost

$ 5 ,0 0 0,0 0 0

$1.3M - $1.6M

$1.1M - $1.4M

Y ear 3

Y ear 4

$836,000 - $1M

$0

Y ear 1

Y ear 2

Y ear 5

Year

Estimated Capital Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

Total Project Cost

Year 1

$25,729,300

$2,572,700 - $11,062,800

$0

$28,302,000 - $36,792,100

Year 2

$8,967,400

$896,700 - $3,855,900

$448,370

$10,312,470 - $13,271,670

Year 3

$1,066,900

$106,600 - $458,700

$109,357

$1,282,857 - $1,634,957

Year 4

$906,000

$90,700 - $389,700

$143,148

$1,139,848 - $1,438,848

Year 5

$635,400

$63,500 - $273,300

$136,611

$835,511 - $1,045,311

Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $37,305,000 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $3,730,200 - $16,040,400 Estimated Inflation Costs: $837,486

Estimated Total Project Costs: $41,872,686 - $54,182,886 216

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Summary cont. 2016-2021 Items That May Interrupt the Education Program by Year Estimated Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars)

$ 3 0,0 0 0,0 0 0

$22M - $28.6M $ 2 5,0 0 0,0 0 0

$ 2 0,0 0 0,0 0 0

$ 1 5,0 0 0,0 0 0

Estimated Capital Cost

$8.8M - $11.4M $ 1 0,0 0 0,0 0 0

Potential Regulatory, Serivces, and Contracting Costs **Estimated cost given as a range

Potential Inflation Cost $ 5 ,0 0 0,0 0 0

$.7M - $.9M

$0

$0

Y ear 1

Year

Y ear 2

Y ear 3

$0

Year 4

Additional Potential Estimated Capital CostRegulatory, Potential Inflation Costs 2016 Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Year 5

Total Project Cost

Year 1

$19,962,200

$2,000,100 - $8,588,200

$0

$21,962,300 - $28,550,400

Year 2

$7,684,900

$769,000 - $3,305,300

$384,245

$8,838,145 - $11,374,445

Year 3

$561,200

$56,200 - $241,500

$57,523

$674,923 - $860,223

Year 4

$0

$0

$0

$0

Year 5

$0

$0

$0

$0

Estimated Total Construction Costs (in 2016 Dollars): $28,208,300 Estimated Project Management Costs Range: $2,825,300 - $12,135,000 Estimated Inflation Costs: $441,768

Estimated Total Project Cost: $31,475,368 - $40,785,068 Douglas County School District

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Summary cont.

2016-2021 New Construction Current DCSD Construction Standards Castle Rock Parker Bus Parker Early Early Childhood Childhood Center Addition Terminal Land Purchase $2.3 M Center $3.1M $7.1M

Parker Expanded Bus Terminal $32.2M

Castle View High School Addition $10.6 M

Elementary School-The Meadows $28.9M

Total: $84.2 M Value Engineered Construction Standards Castle Rock Parker Bus Parker Early Early Childhood Terminal Land Childhood Center Addition Purchase $1.9M Center $2.7M $6.1M

Parker Expanded Bus Terminal $27.3M

Castle View High School Addition $9.0M

Elementary School-The Meadows $24.6M

Total: $71.6M *Note* Total estimated costs for new construction include estimates for inflation and project management costs.

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Summary cont. 2021-2026 New Construction Current DCSD Construction Standards Alternative Secondary School Space $29.3M

All Day Kindergarten Classrooms Northwest Bus Terminal Land $21.3M Purchase $4.2M

Lone Tree/Parker High School $136.4M

Cobblestone Ranch Elementary $30.6M East Castle Rock Elementary $30.6M Lone Tree/Parker Elementary $30.6M Northwest Expanded Bus Terminal $53.2M

Parker 21st Century Learning PreK-8 Magnet School $76.1M

Total: $412.3M Value Engineered Construction Alternative Secondary School Space $24.9M

All Day Kindergarten Classrooms Northwest Bus Terminal Land $18.1M Purchase $3.6M

Cobblestone Ranch Elementary $26M East Castle Rock Elementary $26M Lone Tree/Parker Elementary $26M Northwest Expanded Bus Terminal $45.2M

Lone Tree/Parker High School $115.9M

Parker 21st Century Learning PreK-8 Magnet School $64.6M

Total: $350.3M

*Note* -Total estimated costs for new construction include estimates for inflation and project management costs. -All day Kindergarten is not currently required by the State of Colorado. New construction costs apply if mandated. Douglas County School District

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Appendix 1 History of Improvements

A p p e n d i x 1 : H i st o r y o f C a p i t a l I m p r o v e m e n t s N eig h b or h o o d, M a g n e t a n d A lt er n a tiv e Sch o ols Acres Green Elementary 1990 3,100 SF Addition

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2011 White Boards

1995 Drainage

2004 Technology Improvements

2012 Flooring Replacement

1997 Drainage/Fire Hydrant

2005 Roof Replacement

2013 Daylighting Enhancement

1998 Air Conditioning

2005 Student Bathrooms

2014 Resurface Gymnasium Floor

2000 2,600 SF Addition

2005 Security Access Control

2016 Smoke Detectors & Horn Strobe Replacement

2000 Playground Improvements

2008 Elevator

Arrowwood Elementary 2004 Mechanical Repair

2004 Security Access Control

2013 Resurface Paved Areas

2004 Movement Repair

2010 Carpet Replacement

2014 Clock System

2004 Technology Improvements

2011 Carpet Replacement

2014 Mechanical System Automated Controls

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2012 Tile Replacement

2014 Carpet

1996 Parking Lot Improvements

2003 Make-up Air

2004 Security Access Control

1997 Air Conditioning

2003 Carpet Replacement

2009 3,100 SF Addition

2003 Playground Improvements

2004 Technology Improvements

2012 Carpet Replacement - Mobiles

2003 Bathroom Improvements

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2013 Replace Restroom Floors

2006 Carpet Replacement

2006 Security Access Control

2013 Flooring Repair

2006 Parking Lot Improvements

2012 Repair Bus Loop Paving

2013 Fire Alarm Panel Replacement

2006 Playground Improvements

2012 Carpet Replacement - Mobiles

2014 Clock System

Bear Canyon Elementary

Buffalo Ridge Elementary

Cantril 1994 Roof repair

2001 Gym and Pre-school Roof

1996 Asbestos Removal

2006 Parking Lot

1997 Roof Replacement

2010 Exterior Paint

2000 Carpet

2006 Upgrade Local Area Network

2001 Boiler

2006 Fire Alarms

2015 Replace Cooling in Gym

2015 ADA Restroom Addition

2015 Restore Lunchroom

Castle Rock Elementary 1996 Playground Improvements

2004 Technology Improvements

2012 Playground Paving

1999 Air Conditioning

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2012 Carpet Replacement - Mobiles

2001 Playground Improvements

2004 Security Access Control

2014 Clock System

2003 Re-ballast

2011 White Boards

2004 2,965 SF Addition

2012 Parking Lot Paving

Castle Rock Middle School 2004 Technology Improvements

2012 Kitchen Floor Repair

2014 Clock System

2004 Security Cameras

2012 Roof Replacement

2014 Restroom Flooring

2004 Security Access Control

2013 Fire Alarm Replacement

2014 Domestic Hot Water System Upgrade

2006 HVAC Upgrades

2013 Refinish Gymnasium Floor

Castle View High School 2006 New Construction

2007 Technology Improvements

2007 Parking Lot Expansion

2007 Security Kiosk

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2002 34,368 SF Addition

2006 Gymnasium Floor

2012 Carpet Replacement - Mobiles

2004 Flush Valves/Chiller

2007 Tennis Courts

2013 Synthetic Turf Replacement

2004 Bleachers

2007 Security Kiosk

2013 Interior Door Hardware Replacement

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2008 Special Education Wing Remodel

2014 Clock System

2004 Security Access Control

2010 Softball Field Fencing

2014 Resurface Track

2004 Artificial Turf Playfield

2010 Chiller

2014 Intercom and Paging System Replacement

2004 Dugouts

2010 Security Detection System

2015 Fire Alarm System Replacement

2004 Technology Improvements

2010 Concrete Slab Repair

2015 Partial Roof Replacement

2006 Clearstory Windows

2011 Chillers

2015 Tennis Court Resurfacing

2006 Parking Lot Improvements

2012 Tile Replacement

2015 Carpet Replacement - Drama Room

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Cherokee Trail Elementary 2001 Air Conditioning

2004 Technology Improvements

2005 Roof Replacement

2001 Countertops/Partitions

2004 Security Access Control

2012 Parking Lot Paving

2003 Reballast

2005 3,000 SF Addition

2012 Playground Paving

2003 Carpet Replacement

2005 Playground Improvements

2014 Cafeteria Floor Replacement

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2005 Reballast

2014 Resurface Gymnasium Floor

1996 Roof Replacement

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2006 Parking Lot Improvements

1998 Playground Improvements

2004 Technology Improvements

2008 Major Renovation

1999 981 SF Addition

2005 Security Access Control

2014 Update Water Well System

2011 Turn Lane and Stop Light

2012 Art & Computer Room Remodel

Cherry Valley Elementary

Cimarron Middle School 2010 New Construction

Clear Sky Elementary 2008 New Construction

2012 Carpet Replacement - Mobiles

Copper Mesa Elementary 2008 New Construction

Cougar Run Elementary 2003 Playground Improvements

2005 Security Access Control

2013 Restroom Flooring

2003 Flooring Improvements

2007 Carpet Replacement

2013 Roof Replacement

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2013 Fire Alarm Replacement

2014 Clock System

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2007 Carpet Replacement

2010 Playing Field Improvements

2004 Technology Upgrades

2007 Playground Improvements

2005 Security Access Control

2010 3,200 SF Addition

Coyote Creek Elementary

Cresthill Middle School 1998 Tile Replacement

2003 Site Improvements

2005 Security Access Control

1999 SPED, Science Rooms

2004 Carpet Replacement

2010 14,500 SF Addition

2000 Carpet Replacement

2004 Technology Improvements

2010 Bleachers

2002 Make-up Air

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

Daniel C. Oakes High School 2002 Major Renovation

2007 Science Rooms

2007 Roof Replacement

Douglas County High School - North Building 1992 30,890 SF Addition

2003 Science Room Conversion

2011 Life Safety Upgrade

1995 Team Room/Tennis Courts

2004 Cooling Units

2012 Replace Carpet

1995 Replace DDC

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2012 Bathroom Improvements

1997 Air Conditioning

2004 Technology Improvements

2012 Partial Roof Replacement

2000 Running Track

2005 Security Access Control

2013 Projector Mounting

2001 Water System

2005 Security Kiosk

2013 Blackboard Removal

2002 Parking Lot Improvements

2008 Renovation - Phase I

2013 Energy Performance Contracting

2002 Artificial Turf

2010 Renovation - Phase II

2014 Electrical Switchgear and Panel board Replacement

2003 Bell System

2010 Communications Equipment

2003 Bathroom Improvements

2010 Addition - Athletic Complex

Douglas County High School - South Building 1985 18,016 SF Addition

2001 Water System

1993 Remodel - Phase I

2006 Sidewalk Improvements

1997 Remodel - Phase II

2008 Roof Replacement

2010 Communication Equipment

Eagle Ridge Elementary 1997 Air Conditioning

2004 3,000 SF Addition

2013 Kitchen Floor Repair

1998 Tile Replacement

2004 Technology Improvements

2014 Cafeteria Flooring

2001 Carpet Replacement

2005 Security Access Control

2014 Resurface Gymnasium Floor

2003 Reballast

2007 Playground Improvements

Eldorado Elementary 2001 New Construction

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2005 Technology Improvements

2007 Technology Improvements

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2004 Technology Improvements

2005 Security Access Control

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2006 Technology Improvements

Flagstone Elementary 2003 New Construction

2005 Security Access Control

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2005 Technology Improvements

2013 Carpet Replacement - Mobile

Fox Creek Elementary 2002 Lighting

2004 Technology Improvements

2003 Playground Improvements

2005 Security Access Control

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2010 3,000 SF Addition

2012 Carpet Replacement - Mobile

Franktown Elementary 1997 Bathroom Improvements

2004 Security Access Control

2012 Parking Lot Improvements

1998 Carpet Replacement

2004 Technology Improvements

2014 Update Water Well System

2000 Roof Replacement

2007 ADA Ramp

2014 Resurface Gymnasium Floor

2002 Remodel

2008 ADA Bathroom

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2012 Carpet Replacement

Frontier Valley Elementary 2002 New Construction

2005 Technology Improvements

2004 Technology Improvements

2013 Cafeteria Floor Replacement

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2014 Clock System

2014 Update Water Well System

Gold Rush Elementary 2010 New Construction

Heritage Elementary 2001 New Construction

2005 Security Access Controls

2012 Restroom Countertops

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2005 Technology Improvements

2013 Carpet Replacement - Mobile

1989 12,400 SF Addition

2000 Batting Cages/Dugouts

2012 Replace Artificial Turf Playfield

1994 Track Replacement

2000 Parking Lot Improvements

2012 Partial Roof Replacement

1994 22,833 SF Addition

2002 Fencing

2012 Replace Tile Flooring

1995 Hallway Infill

2002 35,175 SF Addition

2012 Resurface Tennis Courts

1995 Parking Lot Improvements

2004 Retaining Wall

2014 Stage Lights and Catwalk

1996 Vehicle Access

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2014 Resurface Track

1997 Catwalk/Fire Doors

2004 Security Access Control

2014 Intercom and Paging System Replacement

1997 Air Conditioning

2004 Technology Improvements

2014 Partial Roof Replacement

1999 Floor Tile Replacement

2005 Gas Shutoff Valves

2015 Fire Alarm System Replacement

1999 Boilers

2007 Security Kiosk

2015 Generator Replacement

2000 Artificial Turf Playfield

2010 Fire Alarm System Upgrade

Highlands Ranch High School

Iron Horse Elementary 2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2010 Cafeteria Flooring Repairs

2014 Playpad Upgrade (Converted from Asphalt to Concrete)

2004 Technology Improvements

2012 Upgrade Controls System

2014 Fire Alarm System Replacement

2005 Security Access Control

2013 Water Main Repair

2010 Carpet Replacement

2013 Resurface Paved Areas

Larkspur Elementary 1992 Addition

2004 Clock System

2010 Gym Floor

1994 Rooftop Units

2004 Technology Improvements

2011 Roof Replacement

1997 Carpet Replacement

2005 Security Access Control

2010 Parking Lot Improvements

2000 Addition/Remodel

2009 Carpet Replacement

2013 Exterior Enhancement

2002 Playground Improvements

2006 Entry Tile Replacement

2003 Intercom

2008 Elevator

Legacy Point Elementary 2003 New Construction

2004 Security Access Control

2012 Carpet Replacement - Mobile

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2004 Technology Improvements

2014 Clock System

2008 New Construction

2013 Resand Gymnasium Floor

2014 Hilltop Road Traffic Signal

2008 22,097 SF Addition

2013 Repair Security Gate

Legend High School

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Lone Tree Elementary 2007 New Construction

Mammoth Heights Elementary 2007 New Construction

2012 Carpet Replacement - Mobile

Meadow View Elementary 2000 New Construction

2012 Concrete Repairs - service entry

2014 Clock System

2004 Technology Improvements

2013 Carpet Replacement - Mobile

2014 Interior Doors

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2013 Window Replacement

2014 Carpet

2005 Security Access Control

2013 Interior Door Replacement

Mesa Middle School 2008 New Construction

Mountain Ridge Middle School 2003 New Construction

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2004 Technology Improvements

2004 Security Access Control

2014 Clock System

Mountain View Elementary 1994 Roof Improvements

2000 Playground Improvements

2004 Technology Improvements

1997 Carpet Replacement

2001 5,278 SF Addition

2007 Carpet Replacement

1999 Bathroom Improvements

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2008 Roof Replacement

2000 Parking Lot Improvements

2004 Security Access Control

2014 Kitchen and Gymnasium Flooring

2001 New Construction

2005 "F" Pod Addition

2013 Tennis Courts

2004 Chiller

2006 Clearstory windows

2014 Clock System

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2007 Security Kiosk

2014 Resurface Track

2004 Security Access Control

2010 Site Improvements - Curb

2014 Intercom and Paging System Replacement

2004 Technology Improvements

2012 Tile Replacement - Halls/Classrooms

2014 Fire Alarm System Replacement

2005 Artificial Turf Playfield

2013 Resand Gymnasium Floor

Mountain Vista High School

Northeast Elementary 1992 8,642 SF Addition

2004 Technology Improvements

2012 Tile Replacement - Halls/Classrooms

1999 Roof Replacement

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2013 Daylighting Enhancement

1999 Sidewalk

2004 Security Access Control

2013 Playfield Replacement

2001 Playground Improvements

2006 Kitchen Make-up Air

2014 Clock System

2001 Access Road

2011 White Boards

2015 Fire Alarm System Replacement

2002 1,540 SF Addition

2012 Site Lighting Poles

2015 Boiler, Chiller, and Controls Upgrade

1996 Playground Improvements

2004 Technology Improvements

2011 Sidewalk/Bridge

1997 Air Conditioning

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2013 Stage Partition

2000 Carpet Replacement

2005 Security Access Control

2014 Cafeteria Flooring

2004 3,590 SF Addition

2005 Playground Improvements

2014 Resurface Gymnasium Floor

2004 Technology Improvements

2005 Security Access Controls

2010 3,996 SF Addition

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2006 Carpet Replacement

Northridge Elementary

Pine Grove Elementary

Pine Lane Intermediate 1992 1,980 SF Addition

2004 Technology Improvements

2005 Elevator

1998 1,874 SF Addition

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2010 Roof Replacement

2003 HVAC Improvements

2005 Security Access Control

2013 Daylighting Enhancement

2004 Intercom

2005 Playground Im0rovements

2014 Carpet

1994 Roof Replacement

2001 Bus Loop Improvements

2010 Roof Replacement

1996 Connect to Public Water

2003 6,951 SF Addition

2012 Carpet Replacement

1996 Playground Improvements

2004 Technology Improvements

2012 Carpet Replacement - Mobile

1996 Carpet Replacement

2004 Security Improvements

2013 Restroom Remodel

1998 Playground Improvements

2006 Parking Lot Improvements

Pine Lane Primary

Pioneer Primary 2005 Security Access Control

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2011 Restroom Flooring Replacement

2014 Restroom Flooring

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2006 Parking Lot Improvements

2014 Clock System

2008 Carpet Replacement

2014 Roof Repair

2014 Fire Alarm System Replacement

Ponderosa High School 1995 Parking Lot Improvements

2004 Air Handling Units

2012 Tile Replacement - Halls-Classrooms

1996 HVAC Improvements

2004 Security Access Control

2013 ADA Compliance

1998 Roof Repair

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2014 Resurface Turf Field

1998 Water Main

2004 Technology Improvements

2014 Autoshop Expansion

1999 Gym Floor Replacement

2006 Special Education Restrooms

2014 Intercom

2000 Boilers

2007 Security Kiosk

2014 Hallway/Classroom Flooring

2001 Running Track

2010 Security Detection System

2014 Roof Replacement

2002 Addition/Remodel

2011 Carpet Replacement

2015 Electrical Switchgear and Panel Board Replacement

2003 Artificial Turf Playfield

2012 Door Replacement/Repair

2015 Track Replacement

1997 Boiler

2001 Water Tap

2008 Roof Repairs

1998 Air Conditioning

2003 Addition

2009 Carpet

Plum Creek Academy

1999 Roof

Prairie Crossing Elementary 2001 New Construction

2004 Security Improvements

2004 Technology Improvements

2012 Carpet Replacement - Mobile

Ranch View Middle School 1997 New Construction

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2004 Technology Improvements

2007 Security Kiosk

2004 Security Access Control

2013 Resand Gymnasium Floor

2014 Domestic Hot Water System Upgrade

Redstone Elementary 2005 New Construction

2013 Carpet Replacement - Mobile

Renaissance Elementary 2006 New Construction

2012 Restroom Countertops

Rock Canyon High School 2003 New Construction

2007 Security Kiosk

2014 Resurface Turf Field

2004 Security Access Control

2010 28,249 SF Addition

2014 Intercom and Paging System Replacement

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2010 Clearstory Windows

2004 Technology Improvements

2013 Track Replacement

Rock Ridge Elementary 1995 Parking Lot Improvements

2003 Carpet Replacement

2012 Parking Lot/Playground Paving

1996 Parking Lot Improvements

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2013 Carpet Replacement - Mobile

1997 Air Conditioning

2004 Technology Improvements

2014 Fence

2000 Playground Improvements

2005 Security Access Control

2014 Cafeteria Flooring

2001 Playground Improvements

2005 3,000 SF Addition

Rocky Heights Middle School 2003 New Construction

2004 Security Access Control

2012 Drainage

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2007 Security Kiosk

2014 Clock System

2004 Technology Improvements

2010 Drainage

Roxborough Intermediate 2008 New Construction

Roxborough Primary 2000 Playground Improvements

2004 Intercom

2010 1,000 SF Addition

2001 Parking Lot Improvements

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2013 Kitchen Floor Repair

2002 Generator

2004 Technology Improvements

2004 Carpet Replacement

2005 Security Access Control

Saddle Ranch Elementary

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1999 New Construction

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2013 Flooring Replacement

2004 Technology Improvements

2005 Security Access Control

2014 Clock System

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Sage Canyon Elementary 2010 New Construction

2014 Repair to Handicap Ramp

Sagewood Middle School 2004 Security Access Control

2004 Technology Improvement

2010 Track Resurface

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2006 HVAC Upgrade

2015 Fire Alarm System Replacement

1990 8,237 SF Addition

2003 Reballast

2005 3,000 SF Addition

1999 Air Conditioning

2004 Technology Improvements

2013 Carpet Replacement - Mobile

2000 Playground Improvements

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2014 Cafeteria Flooring

2002 Carpet Replacement

2005 Security Access Control

Sand Creek Elementary

Sedalia Elementary 1966 Gutters/Downspouts

2004 Technology Improvements

2011 Playfield Replacement

1992 Addition

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2012 Sanitary Improvements

1999 Addition

2005 Security Access Control

2013 Daylighting Enhancement

2001 Countertops/Fountains

2005 Carpet Replacement

2014 Fire Alarm System Replacement

2003 HVAC Controls

2006 HVAC Upgrades

2014 Resurface Gymnasium Floor

2004 Roof Replacement

2006 Playground Improvements

2004 Clock Replacement

2006 Roof Replacement

Sierra Middle School 1995 Partial Roof Replacement

2005 Security Access Control

2012 Kitchen Floor Repair

1996 Heat Piping

2005 Partial Roof Replacement

2012 Partial Roof Replacement

1997 Partial Roof Replacement

2006 Bleachers

2013 Cooling - Gymnasiums

2003 Bathroom Improvements

2006 Gym Floor

2014 Fence

2003 Site Improvements

2006 Road Connection

2014 Update Water Well System

2004 Electrical Improvements

2006 Bus Loop Improvements

2014 Remodel Special Needs Suite

2004 9,000 SF Addition

2006 Lockers

2014 Resurface Gym Floor

2004 Clock Replacement

2007 Bleachers

2014 Domestic Hot Water System Upgrade

2004 Technology Improvements

2011 Tile Replacement - Hallways

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2012 Clock System Upgrade

Soaring Hawk Elementary 2004 New Construction

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2012 Carpet Replacement - Mobile

2004 Technology Improvements

2005 Security Access Control

2014 Clock System

1992 5,380 SF Addition

2003 Water Service

2012 Interior Door Hardware Replacement

1994 Rooftop Units

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2012 Carpet Replacement

1995 Mechanical Improvements

2004 Security Access Control

2013 Daylighting Enhancement

1997 Playground Improvements

2004 Technology Improvements

2014 Clock System

1998 Drainage

2006 Roof Replacement

2014 Resurface Gymnasium Floor

2003 Rooftop Units

2006 Elevator

South Ridge Elementary

Stone Mountain Elementary 2007 New Construction

Summit View Elementary 2000 Playground Improvements

2005 Security Access Control

2014 Cafeteria Flooring

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2005 Carpet Replacement

2014 Resurface Gymnasium Floor

2004 Technology Improvements

2008 2,684 SF Addition

ThunderRidge High School 1998 34,368 SF Addition

2004 Technology Improvements

2012 Resurface Track

2004 Artificial Turf Playfield

2006 Clearstory Windows

2012 Resurface Tennis Courts

2004 Batting Cages

2007 Resurface Tennis Courts

2014 Fire Alarm System Replacement

2004 Chiller

2007 Security Kiosk

2014 Partial Roof Replacement

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2008 Concrete Slab Repair

2014 Intercom and Paging System Replacement

2004 Security Access Control

2012 Tile Replacement - Halls/Classrooms

2015 Tennis Court Resurfacing

Timber Trail Elementary 2003 New Construction

2012 Chiller Replacement

2004 Technology Improvements

2014 Clock System

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Trailblazer Elementary 2004 Security Access Control

2006 Parking Lot Improvements

2013 Restroom Flooring

2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2007 Carpet Replacement

2014 Clock System

2004 Technology Improvements

2011 Security Door

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2004 Security Cameras/Radios

2006 Carpet Replacement

2013 Resurface Playground

2004 Security Access/Control

2010 Flooring Replacement

2014 Clock System

2004 Technology Improvements

2012 Controls System Upgrade

2006 Bus Loop Improvements

2013 Fire Alarm Panel Replacement

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Appendix 1 History of Improvements cont.

Capital Funding by Source, 2012-2016

$5,736,968

2012

$12,709,625

2013

$8,230,717

2014

$6,136,266

2015

$4,644,000

2016

$0

$2,000,000

$4,000,000

$6,000,000

$8,000,000

$10,000,000

$12,000,000

$14,000,000

2006 Bond Building Fund

2012 COP Building Fund

Capital Projects Fund

Facilities Rental Revenue

2009 COP Building Fund

2014 COP Building Fund

Capital Projects Fund (Performance Contracts)

Transportation

Funding Source

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

Total (by Funding Source)

2006 Bond Building Fund 2009 COP Building Fund 2012 COP Building Fund 2014 COP Building Fund Capital Projects Fund Capital Projects Fund (Performance Contracts) Facilities Rental Revenue Transportation

$5,736,968 $0 $0 $0 $0

$0 $250,000 $408,000

$4,055,000 $330,000 $408,000

Grand Total

$5,738,980 $12,711,638 $8,232,731 $6,138,270 $4,646,016

$37,457,565

$0 $0 $0

$2,572,041 $0 $0 $0 $7,137,584 $6,195,979 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $931,000 $0 $0 $5,751,380 $792,000 $0 $979,738 $304,875 $2,263,000 $3,000,000 $1,055,000 $0 $0 $0 $0

$0 $80,000 $0

$8,309,009 $13,333,563 $931,000 $6,543,380 $3,547,613

Capital Funding 2012-2016: $37,457,565 Douglas County School District

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Appendix 2 Capital Needs by Facility *Capital needs by facility not shown on facility profile pages

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Tier Priority

High High High High

High High High High High High High Tier 1

High High High High

High

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Rusted roof deck areas above admin under BUR - remove and replace 1 small bad area. Add steel sump pans at 2 roof drains. Patch roof North- Refinish all Gyp Board soffits Roof Eaves and Soffitts. Refinish all Gyp Board soffits Gutters and Downspouts. Exterior downspouts at Industrial Arts and north Side of North Bldg need reflashing of connection to conductor heads; replace downspouts w/ more durable construction Replace exterior downspouts on South Bldg with more durable construction Glazed Roof Openings- Remove and replace broken 2x2 and 2x4 acrylic double dome skylights (12 each). Check remainder Glazed Roof Openings. Replace/repair skylights. Leaking in many areas. Interior Door Hardware. Art CR 42 - no panics at any exits- 2 reqd. Interior Door Hardware. South- Add panic devices to science cr corridor doors (4 locations) existing exterior doors OK Interior Door Hardware. Upgrade door hardware for ADA compliance Interior Door Hardware. Upgrade door hardware for ADA compliance Passenger Elevators. (Cab too small, not ADA compliant hoistway too small to allow ADA cab size) Replace Cold Water Service. Replace gate valves with ball valves throughout building Provide tempered water at all drench showers located in the north building. Domestic Water Supply Equipment. Provide backflow prevention at all water connections in north building science labs (fume hoods and work benches) Domestic Water Supply Equipment. Revise domestic water piping feeding to the north classroom wing of the north building to be overhead Domestic Water Supply Equipment.Revise domestic water service and distribution throughout north building to provide adequate residual pressures to fixtures and equipment. (Includes insulation) Roof Drains. Poor drainage at downspouts at North kitchen service drive. Provide interior roof drains in new Kitchen construction Air Distribution Systems. Air handlers. Ductwork. VAV's. Replace ductwork and air devices North Building: Replace Auto shop and welding shop Make up air units. Air Distribution Systems. Revise art room ventilation systems. The current systems are not operating properly. Exhaust Ventilation Systems. North Building: Replace Auto shop and welding shop exhaust systems with increased ventilation capacity. Exhaust Ventilation Systems. North Building: Replace exhaust fans. Exhaust Ventilation Systems. North Building: Replace Kitchen Make-up air unit. Exhaust Ventilation Systems. North Building: Revise art room ventilation systems. The current systems are not operating properly. Exhaust Ventilation Systems. Smoke vents are required over the Stage. Install four (4). Exhaust Ventilation Systems. South- lower level student restrooms have inadequate ventilation

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Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$10,700

$1000-$4500

$535-$2300

$2,100 $2,100

$300-$1000 $300-$1000

$105-$451 $105-$451

$9,300

$900-$4000

$465-$1999

$20,300

$2000-$8700

$1015-$4364

$11,600

$1200-$5000

$580-$2494

$63,000

$6300-$27100

$3150-$13545

$3,600

$400-$1600

$180-$774

$3,900

$400-$1700

$195-$838

$231,400

$23100-$99400

$11570-$49751

$38,600

$3800-$16600

$1930-$8299

$109,600

$10900-$47100

$5480-$23564

$53,400

$5300-$22900

$2670-$11481

$2,100

$300-$1000

$105-$451

$3,300

$300-$1400

$165-$709

$42,800

$4300-$18400

$2140-$9202

$303,500

$30300-$130500

$15175-$65252

$9,900

$1000-$4300

$495-$2128

$1,053,300

$105300-$452900

$52665-$226459

$51,300

$5100-$22000

$2565-$11029

$17,200

$1700-$7300

$860-$3698

$86,600

$8600-$37200

$4330-$18619

$89,800

$9000-$38600

$4490-$19307

$52,500

$5300-$22600

$2625-$11287

$25,700

$2500-$11000

$1285-$5525

$21,400

$2100-$9100

$1070-$4601

$7,700

$800-$3300

$385-$1655

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Exhaust Ventilation Systems. Kitchen hood and vent systems do not meet current code

High

Hot Water Distribution. Building heating hot water hydronic piping is failing. Water treatment has been altered from district standard so that system can remain operational without producing additional leaks in system. Replace entire system

High High High High High High T i e r 1 Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium High High High High High High High High High High High High High Tier 2

High High High

High High High High High High High

Hot water Distribution. System serving kitchen at north building is less than adequate. Terminal Self-Contained Units. North Building: Replace cabinet unit heaters. Terminal Self-Contained Units. Replace cabinet unit heaters. Irrigation Mainlines past service life. Replace. Irrigation piping within pump building, increase to 4" diameter for increased flow Natural Gas Service / Aging piping; circuitous routing. Replace with new meter in Phase 2-Abandon in later phase Interior Door Hardware. DOOR HARDWARE / No sound seals on music area doors - 4 locations Provide one MDF and five IDF's rooms. The building does not have dedicated IDF and MDF rooms equipped with proper power and air conditioning. Potable Water Distribution & Storage. Domestic Water Service. Meter old and in bad location. Sanitary Sewer Systems. Poor drainage at 7 downspouts at east end of south side South Bldg. Replace storm inlets and reconnect to storm drain. Provide lighting in the south parking lot. Ramps . Ramp into Metal & Auto Shops too steep. Doorway access into Auto non ADA conforming Ramps. Auditorium- No ramp access to lower thrust stage or main stage from seating area. Provide lift or ramp Exterior Wall Construction. Repair concrete block exterior wall of greenhouse, cracked and paint blistering Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints at North Bldg North Bldg brick veneer joints at Life Mgmt Wing and vertical joints at west face Auditorium deteriorating. Repoint Repair 2 holes in exterior masonry at north wall of library Repair cracks in exterior stone faรงade at 7+ locations (South Bldg) Repair cracks in Stucco fascia east & south elevations South Bldg. Caulk and repaint Repair loose brick mortar on south exterior parapet wall of Room 82 (Weight Room) Repair masonry where water infiltrates mortar joint, 6+ locations (North Bldg) Repair southeast entrance exterior wall brick Caulk all control joints at South Bldg Compression seal at ext wall located east of main north entry missing above 4' and loose below 4' - replace with ej cover Provide ej cover at exterior brick wall west of main north entry where previous addition meets existing building Storage 102B, infill south wall masonry openings Exposed steel beams / columns at Life Mgmt Wing rusting. Repaint. Paint Wood transoms above Metal Shop door and at Boiler Room and wood soffit at door F. Painted Concrete block exterior walls at Industrial Arts need touch up paint at downspouts after leaks repaired. Also repaint cu east side East Hall Kalwall monitor Aluminum. windows in 66 & 67 single glazed. Adjacent HM frames rusting. South- water damage to gyp board sills at Newspaper S65 seal window frames and repair sills Exterior Windows. Caulk perimeters at Life Mgmt Wing Exterior Windows. Caulk perimeters at all windows South Commons & Lobby exterior single glazed HM window frames. Provide new aluminum storefront framing with insulated glass Solid Exterior Doors. HM frames rusting. Refinish at Y, I

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$34,300

$2,797,900

$9,500

$3400-$14700

$1715-$7374

$279800-$1203000 $139895-$601548

$900-$4100

$475-$2042

$38,500

$3800-$16500

$1925-$8277

$25,700 $75,200

$2500-$11000 $7500-$32400

$1285-$5525 $3760-$16168

$12,900

$1200-$5500

$645-$2773

$137,800

$13800-$59200

$6890-$29627

$4,400

$400-$1800

$220-$946

$205,200

$20500-$88200

$10260-$44118

$5,200

$500-$2200

$260-$1118

$42,400

$4200-$18200

$2120-$9116

$59,900

$6000-$25700

$2995-$12878

$4,400

$400-$1800

$220-$946

$39,300

$3900-$16900

$1965-$8449

$1,100

$100-$500

$55-$236

$5,800

$600-$2500

$290-$1247

$5,400

$500-$2300

$270-$1161

$900

$100-$400

$45-$193

$12,000

$1200-$5200

$600-$2580

$7,300

$700-$3100

$365-$1569

$5,200

$500-$2200

$260-$1118

$19,300

$1900-$8200

$965-$4149

$25,200 $1,100

$2600-$10900 $100-$500

$1260-$5418 $55-$236

$2,300

$200-$900

$115-$494

$2,300

$200-$900

$115-$494

$2,100

$300-$1000

$105-$451

$12,900

$1200-$5500

$645-$2773

$8,600

$800-$3600

$430-$1849

$300

$0-$100

$15-$64

$1,200

$100-$500

$60-$258

$2,100 $21,400

$300-$1000 $2100-$9100

$105-$451 $1070-$4601

$142,700

$14300-$61400

$7135-$30680

$2,100

$300-$1000

$105-$451

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High High High

High

Regular Stairs. Handrails on stairs in E-Wing are too large, don't extend past bottom riser - not ADA compliant - replace

High

Regular Stairs. Re-configure, add handrails, rebuild stairs at stage 100 Regular Stairs. Replace corridor stair handrails, rectangular and not ADA compliant Flooring Hallways/Classrooms. Repair VCT throughout building

High

Flooring Hallways/Classrooms. Replace carpet with VCT 105 lobby Flooring Hallways/Classrooms. Replace carpet with VCT south costume storage, drama office, STAR lab. Abatement cost not included Flooring Hallways/Classrooms. Replace VCT in all corridors Flooring Hallways/Classrooms. E Wing entries do not have recessed mats Flooring Hallways/Classrooms. Science CR 62, VCT floor has loosened and been repaired. Other tiles are beginning to loosen. Replace all tile Flooring Hallways/Classrooms. Replace in 101 Dance, ramp wood flooring boards cupped Flooring Hallways/Classrooms. Replace VCT 104B Office, 50, 50B, 53B, 66A Flooring Carpet. Replace carpet throughout school

High

Flooring Carpet. Provide new carpet and rubber base102A oice

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Fixed Walls. Some area separation wall penetrations need to be fire sealed Interior Doors. Install new astragal and coordinator to fire doors. (6) locations Interior Doors. Replace flex locker room door Interior Doors. Gymnasium exit doors in fire walls have damaged trim at exit devices. No label on doors and framesProvide new doors, frames, hardware South/ Locker Room doors damaged. Provide new HM door and hardware. Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Many beyond life; Replace (Replaced in I.A. toilets) TOILET PARTITIONS South / Locker Room damaged; Replace

High

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Fixed Walls. Repair broken cement block and wall crack in gym. Fire Department pull station is installed on broken block.

High

High

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Solid Exterior Doors. HM windows, doors/frames rusting; refinish all locations Overhead Doors. Rolling counter doors too high for ADA at student store and attendance office Interior Construction. Auditorium control room: no ADA access. Room too small and counter too high Interior Construction. Install complying HC stall, accessories or grab bars in restrooms 100N, 100O, 103E, 103I, 43D, 43F Interior Construction. Most all single staff toilet rooms don't meet ADA accessibility, too small, sinks too high, revise to provide at least one men & women per floor Interior Construction. Upgrade auditorium with wheel chair spaces for ADA Interior Construction. Upgrade restrooms throughout building as needed Interior Construction. Upgrade stage, stage office, dressing rooms and costume storage room for ADA Fixed Walls. Fire seal some area separation wall penetrations and top of walls

Flooring Carpet. 50A, 50C Office, remove VCT beyond life; provide carpet Suspended Ceilings. Replace suspended grid ceiling in admin offices, not fire rated Sinks. Provide plaster sink with large capacity plaster trap at north building art 41 Sinks. Replace faucets at art sinks located in north building room 42

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$6,500

$600-$2700

$325-$1397

$8,200

$900-$3600

$410-$1763

$13,700

$1400-$5900

$685-$2945

$22,600

$2300-$9700

$1130-$4859

$109,500

$10900-$47000

$5475-$23542

$600

$0-$200

$30-$129

$40,500

$4000-$17400

$2025-$8707

$20,500

$2100-$8800

$1025-$4407

$5,700

$600-$2500

$285-$1225

$1,800

$200-$800

$90-$387

$9,500

$900-$4100

$475-$2042

$300

$0-$100

$15-$64.5

$1,000

$100-$400

$50-$215

$26,100

$2600-$11200

$1305-$5611

$3,400

$300-$1500

$170-$731

$45,600

$4600-$19600

$2280-$9804

$2,400

$200-$1000

$120-$516

$11,400

$1100-$4900

$570-$2451

$21,400

$2100-$9100

$1070-$4601

$12,400

$1300-$5400

$620-$2666

$4,600

$400-$1900

$230-$989

$3,100

$300-$1300

$155-$666

$9,700

$1000-$4200

$485-$2085

$50,200

$5100-$21600

$2510-$10793

$1,100

$100-$500

$55-$236

$6,200

$700-$2700

$310-$1333

$2,100

$300-$1000

$105-$451

$6,900

$700-$2900

$345-$1483

$118,600

$11800-$51000

$5930-$25499

$1,100

$100-$500

$55-$236

$2,400

$200-$1000

$120-$516

$17,600

$1700-$7500

$880-$3784

$8,800

$800-$3700

$440-$1892

$2,100

$300-$1000

$105-$451

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High High High Tier 2

High High High High High High High High High High High High High High High High High High High

High

High

High

High High

Sinks. Replace leaking north building teacher's lounge sink and faucet Sinks. Replace sink faucet at math office in south building Sinks. Revise piping at sinks in classroom 53 of north building to allow for proper fixture operation Sinks. Replace stainless steel science sinks where classroom program dictates with epoxy sinks Sinks. Replace stainless steel sink in darkroom 45 Wash Fountains.Replace the wash fountain & DF located in the north building wood shop Drinking Fountains and Coolers. Replace water coolers and drinking fountains throughout the north building. Refrigerant failing Replace floor sinks and drains and all connected waste piping below the floor within the kitchen of the north building Waste Piping. Revise drainage piping at sink in auto shop room 51 to comply with code Floor drains. Replace floor drains and revise drainage connections within kitchen at south building Grease interceptor Existing grease interceptor is single compartment - replace w/ double compartment to meet code. Interceptors. Sand and oil interceptor at north building auto shop not operating properly - replace Replace deck mounted gas turrets at north building Theater & Stage Equipment. Auditorium theatrical equipment old and not comparable with other high schools Theater & Stage Equipment.100A Stage/Dance, stage curtain drags on floor. Curtain and track damaged. Replace curtain and track system. Fixed Casework. Add more casework in SPED Kitchen Fixed Casework. At admin - numerous base cabinet countertops too high and sink not ADA accessible Fixed Casework. At admin - Reception countertop too high- Not ADA accessible Fixed Casework. At all science cr's - base cab countertops too high - not ADA accessible, no ADA sinks Fixed Casework. At Art 42 - base cab countertops too high not ADA accessible, no ADA sinks Fixed Casework. At career center - transaction surface countertops too high - not ADA accessible Fixed Casework. At main entry concession - transaction surface countertops too high - not ADA accessible Fixed Casework. At photography cr's - base cab countertops too high - not ADA accessible, no ADA sinks Fixed Casework. At teacher lounge - base cab countertops too high - not ADA accessible, no ADA sinks Fixed Casework. Display cases north bldg not DCSD standard. All doors and sliding hardware bad- replace Fixed Casework. Main Office wood transaction desk wood split. P-lam edges loose and peeling. Fixed Casework. Repair/replace casework Fixed Casework. Replace plan center top edge peel & wood veneer peel in Sci 36, 37, 60, 61. Fixed Casework. Science casework too high to comply w/ ADA, no accessible sinks Fixed Casework. White cabinets of 1971 vintage need new doors and latches. Many damaged in Art area. Countertop edges peeling. (casework and countertop in Ceramic CR ok condition) Paving and Surfacing. Expansion cracks present at asphalt drive from South Bldg to east parking lot. Patch cracks and seal. Parking lot runoff overtopping curb at northwest corner of upper South Bldg parking lot. Regrade and replace asphalt and curbing. Paving and Surfacing. Type 1 cracking asphalt areas in parking lots and drives. Cut out / patch specific areas in NB northwest parking lot Type 2 cracking asphalt areas in parking lots and drives. Mill and overlay SD west parking lot

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$2,100

$300-$1000

$105-$451

$1,100

$100-$500

$55-$236

$4,400

$400-$1800

$220-$946

$32,100

$3200-$13700

$1605-$6901

$2,100

$300-$1000

$105-$451

$8,300

$900-$3600

$415-$1784

$44,900

$4500-$19300

$2245-$9653

$146,400

$14700-$63000

$7320-$31476

$7,700

$800-$3300

$385-$1655

$11,200

$1100-$4800

$560-$2408

$27,200

$2800-$11700

$1360-$5848

$34,400

$3400-$14700

$1720-$7396

$14,500

$1500-$6300

$725-$3117

$239,300

$24000-$102900

$11965-$51449

$13,700

$1400-$5900

$685-$2945

$10,700

$1000-$4500

$535-$2300

$19,300

$1900-$8200

$965-$4149

$3,800

$400-$1700

$190-$817

$14,400

$1500-$6200

$720-$3096

$5,200

$500-$2200

$260-$1118

$1,400

$200-$600

$70-$301

$7,500

$800-$3200

$375-$1612

$6,200

$700-$2700

$310-$1333

$3,500

$400-$1500

$175-$752

$7,700

$800-$3300

$385-$1655

$2,100

$300-$1000

$105-$451

$2,600

$200-$1100

$130-$559

$4,400

$400-$1800

$220-$946

$8,200

$900-$3600

$410-$1763

$13,700

$1400-$5900

$685-$2945

$1,700

$200-$800

$85-$365

$32,100

$3200-$13700

$1605-$6901

$24,600

$2500-$10600

$1230-$5289

$169,200

$16900-$72700

$8460-$36378

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Tier 2

Paving and Surfacing. Type 3 cracking asphalt areas in parking lots and drives. Broken concrete curbing in numerous areas. Remove and replace. Markings and Signage. Upgrade and supplement signage for vehicle parking, HC, and circulation. Markings and Signage. Large concrete expansion/contraction joints at many concrete walks and curbs need repair and sealing. No accessible route from Front Street along North Driveway to North Bldg Main Entrance. Add concrete walks along north side west parking lot, regrade drive in front of Main Entrance and reconstruct w/in ADA; add retaining walls, hdcp parking spaces a

$4,400

$400-$1800

$220-$946

$8,600

$800-$3600

$430-$1849

$8,600

$800-$3600

$430-$1849

$434,000

$43400-$186600

$21700-$93310

$20,700

$2100-$8900

$1035-$4450

High

Paving and Surfacing. Access from northwest parking lot to North Bldg Main Entry is narrow, ill-defined. Clarify pedestrian route thru parking lot, remove dead end aisle, enlarge adjacent concrete island/add crosswalk; widen sidewalk to Main E

$19,800

$2000-$8500

$990-$4257

High

Paving and Surfacing. Designated Entrance: Ramp at North Bldg Main Entry is to steep (1:12) Construct Ramp. Revise accessible route from Parking lot.

$9,900

$1000-$4300

$495-$2128

High

Paving and Surfacing. Pedestrian access from East park lot to North & South Bldgs exceeds ADA slope Regrade / replace concrete walk from NE corner South Bldg. to new track location

$13,700

$1400-$5900

$685-$2945

$10,300

$1100-$4500

$515-$2214

$5,200

$500-$2200

$260-$1118

$38,600

$3800-$16600

$1930-$8299

$7,700

$800-$3300

$385-$1655

Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium

Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks displace more than 1/2". Paving and Surfacing. Steep walk at southeast corner of East parking lot of South Bldg. Remove existing walk and replace with new concrete walk adjacent to driveway curb Interior Construction. Upgrade restrooms in two storey addition, restroom in north hall, and old locker rooms. Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace toilet partitions in 2 sets of restrooms at 2 story addition Stair, Tread & Landing Finishes. Replace stairtread west entry north stairs and small stairs from offices to lower level Edge of wood Stage floor broken, tacky. Flooring Restroom. Replace ceramic tile flooring with seamless acrylic in two sets of restrooms at 2 story addition Flooring Carpet. Replace carpeting in 2 story addition. media center. and teachers lounge Lavatories. Replace lavs and sinks in 2 sets of restrooms at 2 story addition, restroom in north hall, and old locker rooms

Waste Piping. Remove abandoned water and waste piping Medium rendered inactive by the removal of evaporative cooling equipment Eliminate neutralization at specific locations in the south Medium building Medium

Air Distribution Systems. Additional vent in Jewelry classroom requested to allow 6 work stations + two mini kilns

Special HVAC Systems and Equipment. Provide key switch and Medium push button style to meet code for gas control stations at all science classrooms Special HVAC Systems and Equipment. Revise natural gas Medium piping feeding to the north classroom wing to be overhead Paving and Surfacing. Roadways. Vehicle circulation problems at South Driveway for bus entry/exit. Driveway widened in Medium Phase 1--restripe. Add right turn lane. Requires relocating traffic light pole and electrical box. Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Regrade and repave Medium concrete paving area at North Bldg Industrial Arts area, ponds water, icing. Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Regrade and repave flat Medium parking area north of North Bldg, poor drainage. Add area drains Paving and Surfacing. Poor access for trash trucks north side T i e r 2 Medium North Bldg. Reposition dumpster area for direct truck access.

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Paving & Surfacing. South Building, no complying accessible route to grade outside Commons 100 and gym 103 west exits

High

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$300-$1000

High

High

232

$2,100

Master Capital Plan

$2,400

$200-$1000

$120-$516

$2,600

$200-$1100

$130-$559

$11,600

$1200-$5000

$580-$2494

$77,100

$7700-$33200

$3855-$16576

$20,300

$2000-$8700

$1015-$4364

$2,100

$300-$1000

$105-$451

$4,400

$400-$1800

$220-$946

$14,600

$1500-$6300

$730-$3139

$38,500

$3800-$16500

$1925-$8277

$42,800

$4300-$18400

$2140-$9202

$1,700

$200-$800

$85-$365

$28,300

$2800-$12100

$1415-$6084

$137,900

$13800-$59300

$6895-$29648

$1,700

$200-$800

$85-$365

Douglas County School District


Douglas County High School cont. Column Foundations. South west corner court yd inner wall is separating from pillar. Structural Slab on Grade. Classroom #54 concrete slab needs High repair Repair floor slab cracks or joints approx. 7 locations (damaged High flooring) Superstructure. Need-Repair cracks in one concrete column High south of Science #11 and one south of Commons Upper Floor. South Restroom 7P, install new floor expansion High joint cover along east wall Auto Shop sectional doors operational, need minor repairs to High replace seals and missing rollers. High Fixed Walls. Repair leaks in middle hall kalwall Fixed Walls. Patch cracks in GB bulkheads at north wall of entry High Lobby Fixed Walls. Repair cracked masonry at each truss location High above windows; add control joints (south wall) Fixed Walls. Repair cracked masonry at north wall of Dance High Studio Fixed Walls. Repair cracked masonry at north wall of north stair High corridor Fixed Walls. Repair cracked masonry at SW interior corner of Tier 3 High Commons Fixed Walls.Repair cracked masonry over window at interior High corridor.( NW corner of courtyard) Fixed Walls .Repair masonry mortar at drinking fountains High southwest corner of gym Fixed Walls. Repair masonry near base of drain alcove at Wood High Shop Fixed Walls.Replace loose brick cap at truss location (south High wall Science #11 Fixed Walls. South Communication Room 60G, replace missing High east wall above ceiling concrete block face shell Fixed Walls. Corridor 100G, replace broken face shell and infill High gap around north wall fire alarm horn. Fixed Walls. Gym 103 gyp board at east wall above lockers is High damaged by balls- replace with more durable material Interior Doors. Exit doors at south vestibule from main gym High racked, not closing properly - replace Interior Finishes. Groundface Concrete block stained, grimy. High Paint w/ oil-based enamel Suspended Ceilings. 101A, remove and replace water damaged High portion of gyp. board. ceiling (at NW). Repair 140 sf, fire tape new and existing GB joints. Suspended Ceilings. Corridor 51D ceiling tiles missing and High damaged - replace Suspended Ceilings. 9x9 ACT in Vocal Office loose and missing High tiles. Install 2x4 SAG Suspended Ceilings. Replace 33% of ceiling tiles, stained or High damaged. Replace grid in classrooms Suspended Ceilings. Replace ceiling tiles entire building as High needed. Insulation. Replace pipe insulation on all domestic hot water High and hot water circulation piping throughout if piping not replaced Blinds and Other Window Treatment. Add window coverings at High faculty lounge Seeding and Sodding. Temp CR area at South Bldg bare from High foot traffic. Dress up grade and reseed Interior Finishes. No acoustical wall panels in Vocal Room; low Medium ceilings substandard acoustics Paint Interior. Paint Concrete block & gyp board in main, center Medium and east halls Paint Interior. South 100I Kitchen, 100J Dishwash. Concrete Medium block wall surface not smooth per Health Dept. standards. Apply filler or veneer plaster and epoxy paint. High

$29,800

$2900-$12700

$1490-$6407

$21,400

$2100-$9100

$1070-$4601

$12,900

$1200-$5500

$645-$2773

$15,500

$1500-$6600

$775-$3332

$1,600

$200-$700

$80-$344

$700

$0-$300

$35-$150

$700

$0-$300

$35-$150

$6,500

$600-$2700

$325-$1397

$12,900

$1200-$5500

$645-$2773

$4,400

$400-$1800

$220-$946

$4,400

$400-$1800

$220-$946

$10,700

$1000-$4500

$535-$2300

$3,300

$300-$1400

$165-$709

$2,100

$300-$1000

$105-$451

$2,100

$300-$1000

$105-$451

$1,100

$100-$500

$55-$236

$1,100

$100-$500

$55-$236

$1,100

$100-$500

$55-$236

$5,300

$500-$2300

$265-$1139

$10,100

$1000-$4400

$505-$2171

$17,200

$1700-$7300

$860-$3698

$1,600

$200-$700

$80-$344

$200

$0-$0

$10-$43

$700

$0-$300

$35-$150

$35,100

$3500-$15100

$1755-$7546

$20,900

$2100-$9000

$1045-$4493

$101,500

$10100-$43600

$5075-$21822

$7,700

$800-$3300

$385-$1655

$3,800

$400-$1700

$190-$817

$32,100

$3200-$13700

$1605-$6901

$42,800

$4300-$18400

$2140-$9202

$40,700

$4000-$17500

$2035-$8750

Medium

Paint Interior. Repair walls & door frames, repaint South in lower level, faculty lounge, special ed, admin, support spaces

$89,800

$9000-$38600

$4490-$19307

Medium

Vinyl Covering. Need-Replace vinyl covered sheetrock below skylights in south hallway. Appears to have water damage.

$3,900

$400-$1700

$195-$838

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Douglas County High School cont. Balls from Southwest Playfield roll onto South Drive. Add estate fence with mesh along south side of Drive. Chain Link fence at Metal Shop non-conforming to DCSD Medium Standard Medium

Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium T i e r 3 Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium T i e r 4 Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium

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Fences and Gates. Multiple social paths exist through native seed areas. Add site fencing to limit cut through by students. Repair/replace fence at walks at parking lot west of North bldg. Sections of 6' ht. chain link fence at the south perimeter of the school are barbed, not knuckled. Backfill needed at low areas at edge of sidewalks and curbs east side of bus loop Backfill needed at low areas at edge of sidewalks and curbs north side of drive to east parking lot. Channel at south side of Southwest Playfield (from parking lot to Front Street) is eroding. Install underground storm drain between upper and lower inlets. Either side of the path north of East Parking Lot has bare spots. Reseed, sod, irrigate and add fence to control traffic. Erosion and poor drainage at southwest corner of South Bldg parking lot. Regrade, repair asphalt, curb & gutter / enlarge inlet. Erosion of hill east of South Bldg. Regrade, add fence, native seed and irrigation Install headwalls at each end of CMP northeast corner South Bldg. Northeast side of North Bldg has only sparse native seed. Add cobble, shrub beds, irrigation, and sod w/ mow band. Old wooden site furnishings present splinter hazard. Replace w/ non-wooden Pedestrians are walking up a steep dirt path from south parking lot to South Bldg North Entry. Re-landscape to stop traffic Ponding water at riprap clogged inlet south of south Stadium building. Regrade area and clean out riprap Poor drainage at north side of South Bldg and at greenhouse. Regrade and modify storm pipes at existing downspouts. Poor drainage east side of North Bldg at lower floor exits. Pipe existing downspouts to existing storm system. Poor drainage in Courtyard of North bldg. Rework grading, flatwork, storm system. Rusty, exposed steel edger northwest of South Bldg. Replace w/ bend-a-board. Sinks. Provide disposer at teacher's lounge sink in south building Playing Fields. Discus Area; old style backstop - replace w/ DSCD standard Playing Fields. Shot Put Area; old style backstop - replace w/ DCSD standard Add shade trees west of South Bldg west parking area plus 12 trees in 4 islands in Northwest Parking Lot Front Street frontage has no landscaping and little irrigation. Improve school presence with irrigated landscaping Other Landscape Features. Improve native growth on south side of building Other Lansdscape Features. Erosion on small section of hill at east stadium entrance. Spilling on to side wall. Improve landscape to fix Remove existing dirt road to Central Playfield from NE corner South Bldg. Repair & replace landscape and mulch in parking lots at north building. Replace mulch at northwest, west and southwest perimeter of North Bldg.

Master Capital Plan

$15,400

$1500-$6600

$770-$3311

$2,100

$300-$1000

$105-$451

$13,700

$1400-$5900

$685-$2945

$8,600

$800-$3600

$430-$1849

$26,500

$2700-$11400

$1325-$5697

$4,400

$400-$1800

$220-$946

$2,100

$300-$1000

$105-$451.5

$55,200

$5500-$23700

$2760-$11868

$18,000

$1800-$7700

$900-$3870

$25,700

$2500-$11000

$1285-$5525

$26,200

$2600-$11200

$1310-$5633

$8,600

$800-$3600

$430-$1849

$51,300

$5100-$22000

$2565-$11029

$8,200

$900-$3600

$410-$1763

$10,300

$1100-$4500

$515-$2214

$19,300

$1900-$8200

$965-$4149

$30,000

$3000-$12800

$1500-$6450

$3,600

$400-$1600

$180-$774

$137,800

$13800-$59200

$6890-$29627

$2,100

$300-$1000

$105-$451

$1,100

$100-$500

$55-$236

$5,200

$500-$2200

$260-$1118

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$24,700

$2500-$10600

$1235-$5310

$150,400

$15000-$64700

$7520-$32336

$7,700

$800-$3300

$385-$1655

$1,900

$200-$900

$95-$408

$12,900

$1200-$5500

$645-$2773

$28,300

$2800-$12100

$1415-$6084

$25,700

$2500-$11000

$1285-$5525

Douglas County School District


Pine Lane Elementary

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$2,600

$200-$1100

$130-$559

$294,000 $169,600 $92,600 $8,600

$29400-$126500 $17000-$72900 $9200-$39700 $800-$3600

$14700-$63210 $8480-$36464 $4630-$19909 $430-$1849

$12,900

$1200-$5500

$645-$2773

$127,500

$12800-$54800

$6375-$27412

$127,500 $162,000

$12800-$54800 $16200-$69600

$6375-$27412 $8100-$34830

$63,800

$6400-$27400

$3190-$13717

$63,800

$6400-$27400

$3190-$13717

Medium Irrigation Systems. Upgrade entire system to district standard.

$106,300

$10600-$45700

$5315-$22854

Medium Irrigation Systems. Upgrade entire system to district standard.

$106,300

$10600-$45700

$5315-$22854

Tier Priority

High High High High Medium Medium T i e r 1 Medium Medium Medium Medium

Medium

Project Description

Roof Construction. Replace rotted beam on the porch / partition on East side bus loop. Direct Expansion Systems. Roof top units. Replace RTUs Controls. Upgrade control system Fire Alarm Systems. Upgrade fire alarm system Roof Finishes. Silver coat parapet walls, seal brick on parapet Gutters and Downspouts. Rework gutters and downspouts when new soffit installed Interior Door hardware. Replace current non-restricted key system with restricted. Hardware change Interior Door Hardware. Replace door hardware Controls. Upgrade control system Emergency Light and Power Systems. Generator and Transfer Switch. Install new generator and associated emergency systems Emergency Light and Power Systems. Generator and Transfer Switch. Install new generator and associated emergency systems

High

Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints, repair grout

$6,000

$600-$2600

$300-$1290

High High High High High High Medium

Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Window Storefronts. Repair/replace classroom storefronts Glazed Doors and Entrances. Repair/replace entry storefronts Paving and Surfacing. Bus Loop. Mill and overlay bus loop Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Mill and overlay parking lot Solid Exterior Doors. Sand and paint Retractable Partitions. Refurbish or replace all classroom partitions Retractable Partitions. Replace gym/cafeteria partition. Refurbish or replace all classroom partitions Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace when flooring replaced Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace when flooring replaced Flooring Kitchen. Replace VCT with MMA. Abatement

$6,500 $13,600 $52,500 $25,600 $68,100 $68,100 $4,400

$600-$2700 $1300-$5800 $5300-$22600 $2500-$10900 $6800-$29200 $6800-$29200 $400-$1800

$325-$1397 $680-$2924 $2625-$11287 $1280-$5504 $3405-$14641 $3405-$14641 $220-$946

$42,600

$4200-$18300

$2130-$9159

$63,800

$6400-$27400

$3190-$13717

$17,100 $17,100 $76,600

$1700-$7300 $1700-$7300 $7600-$32900

$855-$3676 $855-$3676 $3830-$16469

Medium Flooring Restroom. Replace ceramic tile in restrooms with MMA

$29,800

$2900-$12700

$1490-$6407

Medium Wash Fountains. Replace trough washing stations with sinks (6)

$14,500

$1500-$6300

$725-$3117

$127,500 $8,600 $52,000

$12800-$54800 $800-$3600 $5200-$22400

$6375-$27412 $430-$1849 $2600-$11180

$34,100

$3400-$14600

$1705-$7331

$68,100

$6800-$29200

$3405-$14641

$8,600

$800-$3600

$430-$1849

$21,300

$2100-$9100

$1065-$4579

$25,600 $17,100 $68,100 $38,300 $19,200 $4,400 $5,100

$2500-$10900 $1700-$7300 $6800-$29200 $3800-$16400 $1900-$8200 $400-$1800 $500-$2200

$1280-$5504 $855-$3676 $3405-$14641 $1915-$8234 $960-$4128 $220-$946 $255-$1096

Medium T i e r 2 Medium Medium Medium Medium

Medium Fixed Casework. Replace casework in original building Medium Fixed Casework. Replace casework room 109 Medium Site Improvements. Improve parking areas and access Paving and Surfacing. Roadways (Bus Loops). Mill and overlay Medium bus loop Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Mill and overlay old parking Medium lot Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace areas of Medium sidewalk Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace areas of Medium sidewalk, front entry Medium Playing Fields. Playground. Replace asphalt playground Medium Playing Fields. Playground. Replace asphalt playground High Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Renovate multi-use field T i e r 3 Medium Interior Doors. Refinish doors Medium Interior Door Frames. Sand/paint door frames Medium Vinyl Coverings. Minor repair of vinyl coverings Medium Vinyl Coverings. Repair or replace vinyl coverings

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Pine Lane Elementary Medium Flooring Tile. Replace entry way tile Suspended Ceilings. Replace grid ceiling and tile in original T i e r 3 Medium building Medium Fire Sprinkler Water Supply. Fire sprinkle building Medium Fire Sprinkler Water Supply. Install sprinkler system Medium Site Improvements. Repair drainage issues at front of site Medium Playing Fields. Multi-use Field. Renovate multi-use field Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets Medium foundation. Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets T i e r 4 Medium foundation. Medium Seeding and Sodding. Renovate grass area around school. Medium Seeding and Sodding. Renovate grass area around school.

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Master Capital Plan

$9,900

$1000-$4300

$495-$2128

$63,800

$6400-$27400

$3190-$13717

$340,000 $357,000 $8,600 $68,100

$34000-$146200 $35700-$153600 $800-$3600 $6800-$29200

$17000-$73100 $17850-$76755 $430-$1849 $3405-$14641

$4,800

$400-$2000

$240-$1032

$6,900

$700-$2900

$345-$1483

$8,600 $8,600

$800-$3600 $800-$3600

$430-$1849 $430-$1849

Douglas County School District


Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment

Site Component Tier Priority

Tier 3

Project Description

Potential Regulatory, Professional Estimated Services, and Construction Contracting Cost-2015 Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Acres Green ES

$200,000 $20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Arrowwood ES

$200,000 $20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Bear Canyon ES

$200,000 $20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Buffalo Ridge ES

$200,000 $20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Castle Rock ES

$200,000 $20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Castle Rock MS

$300,000 $30,000-$90,000

$15,000-$64,500

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Chaparral HS

$400,000 $40,000-$120,000 $20,000-$86,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Cherokee Trail ES

$200,000 $20,000-$60,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Cherry Valley ES

$30,000 $30,000-$90,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Cougar Run ES

$200,000 $20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Coyote Creek ES

$200,000 $20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Cresthill MS

$300,000 $30,000-$90,000

$15000-$64500

Medium

$400,000 $40,000-$120,000 $20,000-$86,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Douglas County HS Replace classroom furniture-Douglas County HS South Bldg

$200,000

$20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Eagle Ridge ES

$200,000 $20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Eldorado ES

$200,000 $20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Fox Creek ES

$200,000 $20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Franktown ES

$200,000 $20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Frontier Valley ES

$200,000 $20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Heritage ES

$200,000 $20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Highlands Ranch HS

$400,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Iron Horse ES

$200,000 $20,000-$60,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Mountain Vista HS

$400,000 $40,000-$120,000 $20,000-$86,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Northeast ES

$200,000 $20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Pine Grove ES

$200,000 $20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Pine Lane North

$200,000 $20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Pine Lane South

$200,000 $20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Pioneer ES

$200,000 $20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Ponderosa HS

$400,000 $40,000-$120,000 $20,000-$86,000

Douglas County School District

$10,000-$43,000 $1,500-$6,450

$40,000-$120,000 $20,000-$86,000

Master Capital Plan

$10,000-$43,000

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Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment cont.

Site Component Tier Priority

Tier 3

Replace classroom furniture-Prairie Crossing ES

$200,000 $20,000-$60,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Ranch View MS

$400,000 $40,000-$120,000 $20,000-$86,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Rock Ridge ES

$200,000 $20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Roxborough Primary

$200,000 $20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Saddle Ranch ES

$200,000 $20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Sagewood MS

$300,000 $30,000-$90,000

$15,000-$64,500

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Sand Creek ES

$200,000 $20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000 $4,500-$19,350

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Sedalia ES

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Sierra MS

$300,000 $30,000-$90,000

$15,000-$64,500

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-South Ridge ES

$200,000 $20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-ThunderRidge HS

$400,000 $40,000-$120,000 $20,000-$86,000

Medium

Replace classroom furniture-Trailblazer ES

$200,000 $20,000-$60,000

$10,000-$43,000

Medium Low

Replace classroom furniture-Wildcat Mountain ES

$200,000 $20,000-$60,000 $70,000 $7000-$21000

$10,000-$43,000 $3,500-$15,050

Low Low Low

238

$10,000-$43,000

$90,000 $9,000-$27,000

Low

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Potential Inflation Costs

Medium

Low

238

Project Description

Potential Regulatory, Professional Estimated Services, and Construction Contracting Cost-2015 Costs

Replace classroom furniture-Northridge ES Replace furniture with 21st century learning furnitureFlagstone ES Replace furniture with 21st century learning furnitureLegacy Point ES Replace furniture with 21st century learning furnitureRocky Heights MS Replace furniture with 21st century learning furnitureTimber Trail ES Replace furniture with 21st century learning furnitureMountain Ridge MS

Master Capital Plan

$200,000 $200,000 $300,000 $200,000 $300,000

$20000-$60000

$10,000-$43,000

$20000-$60000

$10,000-$43,000

$30000-$90000

$15,000-$64,500

$20000-$60000

$10,000-$43,000

$30000-$90000

$15,000-$64,500

Douglas County School District


ThunderRidge High School

Tier Priority

High High High High Tier 1

High High High High Medium High High High High High High High

High

Tier 2

High High High High High High High High High Medium Medium Medium Medium

Tier 3

Low High

T i e r 4 Medium Medium

Project Description

Roof Finishes. Replace sections with solar. Includes solar removal. Other sections replaced in 2014 Direct Expansion Systems. Roof top units. Replace RTUs Air Distribution Systems. Air handlers, ductwork, VAV's. Update air handlers with HW coils, new motors, and VFDs. Change-over Distribution System. Upgrade all fan powered boxes to VAV reheat Glycol Distribution Systems. Poor condition. Upgrade and add HW loop to system Water Treatment Systems. Poor condition. Upgrade and add HW loop to system Fixed Multiple Seating, Bleachers. Replace main gym bleacher both sides Irrigation Systems. Upgrade irrigation controllers Emergency Light & Power Systems, Generator and Transfer Switch. Exterior Wall Construction. Recaulk control joints. Re-seal concrete block Exterior Windows. Fix curtain wall window leakage at commons and hallways. Some repair on east side in 2011, need west repair Exterior Windows. Recaulk windows Window Storefronts. Repair commons windows Overhead Doors. Kitchen - Replace (4) four rollup doors Other Doors & Entrances. Replace continuous hinges on storefront doors Interior Doors. Kitchen entry doors from cafeteria need replaced due to carts hitting them all the time. Replace with metal? Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Replace men's & women's PE restrooms. Replace all bathroom partitions in all wings and main area Sink Countertops. Replace formica counter tops in kitchen with stainless. Replace counter tops in science rooms due to damage. Sink Countertops. Replace sink counter tops in all restrooms Flooring Kitchen. Currently Hubbelite and cracks in concrete, Replace with MMA. Flooring Restroom. Replace original sheet vinyl flooring with poured acrylic in all restrooms Showers. Poor condition. Showers need repaired Replace coolers with water fountains where applicable Theater & Stage Equipment, Small stage curtains are torn and need replaced on one side. Replace approximately 100 seats in auditorium due to backs cracking. Paving & Surfacing. Sidewalks. Need-Repair areas of sidewalk Paving and Surfacing. Repair/replace asphalt walks to athletic fields Flooring Cafeteria Floor. Commons floor has settling cracks and needs repaired and VCT repairs Flooring Carpet. Replace carpet Site Improvements. Improve traffic flow at both schools Suspended Ceilings. Replace kitchen tile with food grade Fire Sprinkler Water Supply. Building partially sprinkled. Pods not spinkled. Would need to sprinkle all areas if renovation by code Site Lighting Poles. Paint parking lot poles Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas where concrete meets foundation. Repair hillside in front of snack shack

Douglas County School District

Estimated Construction Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Potential Inflation Costs

$787,500

$78800-$338700

$39375-$169312

$892,500

$89300-$383800

$44625-$191887

$176,600

$17600-$75900

$8830-$37969

$176,600

$17600-$75900

$8830-$37969

$14,100

$1400-$6100

$705-$3031

$17,100

$1700-$7300

$855-$3676

$169,500

$17000-$72900

$8475-$36442

$14,100

$1400-$6100

$705-$3031

$3,600

$400-$1600

$180-$774

$48,600

$4800-$20800

$2430-$10449

$63,800

$6400-$27400

$3190-$13717

$60,700 $24,700 $15,500

$6100-$26100 $2500-$10600 $1500-$6600

$3035-$13050 $1235-$5310 $775-$3332

$7,100

$700-$3000

$355-$1526

$2,900

$300-$1200

$145-$623

$40,500

$4000-$17400

$2025-$8707

$53,000

$5300-$22700

$2650-$11395

$32,400

$3200-$13900

$1620-$6966

$54,000

$5400-$23200

$2700-$11610

$36,500

$3600-$15700

$1825-$7847

$9,900 $8,400

$1000-$4300 $900-$3700

$495-$2128 $420-$1806

$42,400

$4200-$18200

$2120-$9116

$8,000

$800-$3500

$400-$1720

$9,000

$900-$3800

$450-$1935

$8,100

$800-$3500

$405-$1741

$525,000 $559,000 $7,300

$52500-$225800 $55900-$240400 $700-$3100

$26250-$112875 $27950-$120185 $365-$1569

$231,400

$23100-$99400

$11570-$49751

$5,700

$600-$2500

$285-$1225

$8,100

$800-$3500

$405-$1741

$35,300

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Interior Door hardware. Replace current non-restricted key system with restricted. Hardware change Branch Wiring Devices. Upgrade branch wiring and devices to High current code Branch Wiring Devices. Upgrade electrical wiring to current High code at preschool Sanitary Sewer Systems. Repair/replace sanitary sewer system High piping Medium Roof Eaves and Soffits. Restoration of eaves and soffits Gutters and Downspouts. Replace all gutters and downspouts. Reconfigure down spouts and drains at SE entry

Medium Air Distribution Systems. Install AC in gym Steam Distribution Systems. Steam piping is old and needs to be checked thoroughly for replacement. Many fittings and T i e r 1 Medium valves rusting and in need of replacement. Many of the radiators need renovated or replaced Hot Water Distribution. Add hot water distribution to fan coil Medium units in each room. Add heat exchanger for boiler Chilled Water Distribution. Add chilled water distribution and Medium fan coil units in each room Medium Package Units. Install new window AC units Controls. Upgrade for better control of existing steam Medium distribution system Medium Panels and Transformers. Replace panel in furnace closet PS Panels and Transformers. Replace panel on second level, small Medium office Lighting Equipment. Replace incandescent lighting fixtures Medium throughout as necessary Lighting Equipment. Replace old incandescent fixtures in Medium hallways PS Medium Clock and Program Systems. Install new clock system Emergency Light and Power Systems. Add LED emergency/exit Medium lighting Emergency Light and Power Systems. Add LED emergency/exit Medium lighting at preschool Medium Site Lighting Controls. Add site lighting controls Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Restore or replace (historic) High partitions on lower level High Flooring Gym. Replace carpet in gym Flooring Restroom. Replace restoom flooring. Currently all 3 High restrooms have VCT High Sinks. Replace older sinks in restrooms Waste Piping. Check waste piping at restroom areas. The High piping is old and many are exposed. Exterior Wall Construction. Repair, painting of stucco at Medium restroom addition Exterior Wall Construction. Re-point all stone masonry. Repair T i e r 2 Medium chimneys. Medium Paint Exterior. Paint all exterior wood after restoration Exterior Windows. Renovate all exterior windows, includes Medium abatement Glazed Doors and Entrances. Restoration of two front Medium entrances Other Doors and Entrances. Replace north entry storefront. Medium Repair work done to stop rust. PS Medium Interior Windows and Storefronts. Refinish window frames PS Medium Interior Doors. Refinish doors at preshcool Interior Doors. Replace approx 50% of doors. Sand and refinish Medium rest of doors (historic) Medium Interior Door Frames. Refinish door frames at preschool Fabricated Toilet Partitions. Refurbish or replace toilet Medium partitions in boys preschool restroom preschool

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$24,300

$2400-$10400

$1215-$5224

$20,300

$2000-$8700

$1015-$4364

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$20,300

$2000-$8700

$1015-$4364

$20,300

$2000-$8700

$1015-$4364

$6,600

$600-$2800

$330-$1419

$42,600

$4200-$18300

$2130-$9159

$16,200

$1600-$7000

$810-$3483

$58,000

$5800-$24900

$2900-$12470

$289,500

$29000-$124500

$14475-$62242

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$20,300

$2000-$8700

$1015-$4364

$2,100

$300-$1000

$105-$451

$2,500

$200-$1000

$125-$537

$2,500

$200-$1000

$125-$537

$2,100

$300-$1000

$105-$451

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$2,500

$200-$1000

$125-$537

$10,200

$1100-$4400

$510-$2193

$6,200

$700-$2700

$310-$1333

$11,900

$1200-$5100

$595-$2558

$6,200

$700-$2700

$310-$1333

$2,400

$200-$1000

$120-$516

$400

$0-$100

$20-$86

$3,200

$300-$1400

$160-$688

$20,300

$2000-$8700

$1015-$4364

$8,100

$800-$3500

$405-$1741

$182,200

$18200-$78400

$9110-$39173

$2,500

$200-$1000

$125-$537

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$900 $4,000

$100-$400 $400-$1800

$45-$193 $200-$860

$8,100

$800-$3500

$405-$1741

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$900

$100-$400

$45-$193

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Cantril cont. Medium

Storage Shelving and Lockers. Refurbish storage cabinets in main hallway PS Sink Countertops. Replace all sink countertops, 3 total PS Lathe and Plaster. Repair multiple cracks in plaster walls Flooring Hallways/Classrooms. Replace VCT in preschool classroms and offices, includes abatement PS Flooring Hallways/Classrooms. Sand and refinish all wood flooring Flooring Restroom. Replace VCT in all restrooms, includes abatement PS Flooring Carpet. Replace carpet in main hallway PS Flooring Carpet. Replace carpet on stairs and room 102. Replace carpet squares upper level, landing and two offices, or remove and refinish wood floor. Carpet newer in 204, 205. Newest in 107 Ceiling Finishes. Repair cracked plaster ceiling in foyer area, stage, and stage hallways, repaint. Clean and restain wood ceiling in gym Ceiling Finishes. Repair cracked plaster ceiling in foyer area, stage, and stage hallways, repaint. Clean and restain wood ceiling in gym Tile Ceilings. Replace/remove glue down tiles in hallway, abatement may be needed PS Lavatories. Upgrade lavatories at preschool

$900

$100-$400

$45-$193

$2,500 $4,000

$200-$1000 $400-$1800

$125-$537 $200-$860

$8,100

$800-$3500

$405-$1741

$20,300

$2000-$8700

$1015-$4364

$1,600

$200-$700

$80-$344

$1,600

$200-$700

$80-$344

$12,100

$1200-$5200

$605-$2601

$12,100

$1200-$5200

$605-$2601

$8,100

$800-$3500

$405-$1741

$2,100

$300-$1000

$105-$451

$2,100

$300-$1000

$105-$451

Medium Sinks. Replace sinks at preschool hall and boys restroom (2) PS

$1,300

$100-$600

$65-$279

Medium Controls. Add new DDC controls if new HVAC system installed

$221,700

$22200-$95300

$11085-$47665

$6,600

$600-$2800

$330-$1419

$1,600

$200-$700

$80-$344

$2,500

$200-$1000

$125-$537

$8,100

$800-$3500

$405-$1741

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$8,100

$800-$3500

$405-$1741

$2,500 $14,900

$200-$1000 $1400-$6300

$125-$537 $745-$3203

$2,100

$300-$1000

$105-$451

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$1,600

$200-$700

$80-$344

$4,900

$500-$2100

$245-$1053

$6,100

$600-$2700

$305-$1311

$20,300

$2000-$8700

$1015-$4364

$58,000 $81,000

$5800-$24900 $8100-$34800

$2900-$12470 $4050-$17415

$32,400

$3200-$13900

$1620-$6966

$3,300

$300-$1400

$165-$709

$40,500

$4000-$17400

$2025-$8707

Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium T i e r 2 Medium

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Medium Theater and Stage Equipment. Replace folding stage curtain Fixed Casework. Refinish existing storage cupboards and Medium cabinets Medium

Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Replace section of sidewalk at south preschool room. Fix trip hazard at north entry landing PS

Low Low

Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Replace sidewalk at SE entry, fix drainage issues Standard Slab on Grade. Repair buckling at men's restroom floor Interior Door Frames. Sand down and refinish door frames. Some might need to be replaced.(historic) Regular Stairs. Restoration of 2 sets of outside metal stairs Paint Interior Fixed Casework. Replace casework in classrooms, sink in preschool Blinds and Other Window Treatment. Replace blinds as necessary Fences and Gates. Repair chain link fencing around front perimeter. Remove vegetation damaging fence Interior Windows & Storefronts. Re-install glass windows on hallway walls for daylighting on second level. Paint Interior. Paint Interior at preschool Wainscoating. Sand and refinish wood wainscoating (historic). Repaint if only option Chilled Water Systems. Add air cooled chiller Fire Sprinkler Water Supply. Install sprinkler system

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Fire Sprinkler Standpipe. Install sprinkler service and standpipe

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T i e r 4 Medium Wall Foundations. Recaulk areas of potential water infiltration Other Landscape Features. Re-landscape area in front of Medium building

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High Fire Alarm Systems. Replace fire alarm system Medium Roof Eaves and Soffitts. Replace facia board where necessary Medium Interior Door Hardware. Replace door hardware Hot Water Service. Water Heater. In lieu of boiler replacement Medium and HVAC RTU replacement upgrade, install water heaters for domestic service (HVAC option 2) Medium Roof Drains. Check roof drains for proper functionality Boilers. Install new boiler if current heating system is used Medium (HVAC option 1) Boilers. Remove boiler and hot water heating system (HVAC Medium option 2) Boiler Room Piping and Specialties. Replace piping at boiler T i e r 1 Medium room (HVAC option 1) Direct Expansion Systems. Replace RTU's 5 total. Add split Medium system for MDF closet (HVAC option 1) Direct Expansion Systems. Replace RTU's with gas fired for Medium heating. Add gas lines for all units, Add split system for MDF closet (HVAC option 2) Exhaust Ventilation Systems. Replace exhaust fans as Medium necessary Hot Water Distribution. Replace radiators. Replace fin tube Medium heaters in lounge and in restroom off gym (option 1). Medium Controls. Upgrade DDC system Panels and Transformers. Replace two panels in main electrical Medium room and one in SW addition Lighting Equipment. Replace plastic lense diffusers on 2x4 Medium fixtures. Replace wrap around difussers on a few fixtures Medium Fuel Distribution. Replace natural gas service Retention Ponds. Rework water entry to south pond, clean Low pond Site Electrical Distribution. Install electrical power for bus Low heaters. Repair current service at east parking lot Exterior Wall Construction. Repair/repoint concrete block and Medium brick as necessary Medium Paint Exterior. Medium Paint Exterior. Paint exterior of garage Medium Exterior Windows. Replace exterior windows Medium Solid Exteror Doors. Replace exterior doors and jambs Medium Interior Doors. Replace interior doors Flooring Gym. Install carpet over gym tile, no abatement Medium (option 2) T i e r 2 Medium Flooring Gym. Replace VCT in gym (abatement)(option1) Pipe and Fittings. Piping and fittings need to be checked for Medium replacement Medium Fixed Casework. Replace/refinish casework as necessary Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Mill and overlay parking lot, Medium front of building and south bus parking area Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Install paved sidewalk to bus Medium area and south employee parking from building Paving and Surfacing. Sidewalks. Repair/replace areas of Medium sidewalk in front of building Paving and Surfacing. Parking Lot. Install asphalt for bus Low parking west area and employee parking south of building Interior Windows and Storefronts. Sand and refinish/paint Medium interior windows Medium Interior Door Frames. Replace door jambs as necessary Suspended Ceilings. Replace ceiling tile. Replace some grid T i e r 3 Medium sections Tile Ceilings. Remove old tile from ceilings (abatement). Medium Refinish exposed areas Medium Blinds and Other Window Treatment. Replace window blinds

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$28,400 $4,000 $81,000

$2800-$12200 $400-$1800 $8100-$34800

$1420-$6106 $200-$860 $4050-$17415

$12,100

$1200-$5200

$605-$2601

$900

$100-$400

$45-$193

$24,300

$2400-$10400

$1215-$5224

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$12,100

$1200-$5200

$605-$2601

$222,600

$22300-$95800

$11130-$47859

$283,400

$28400-$121900

$14170-$60931

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$133,600

$13400-$57400

$6680-$28724

$9,700

$1000-$4200

$485-$2085

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$16,200

$1600-$7000

$810-$3483

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$16,200

$1600-$7000

$810-$3483

$8,100

$800-$3500

$405-$1741

$8,100 $8,100 $40,500 $17,100 $17,900

$800-$3500 $800-$3500 $4000-$17400 $1700-$7300 $1800-$7700

$405-$1741 $405-$1741 $2025-$8707 $855-$3676 $895-$3848

$12,100

$1200-$5200

$605-$2601

$40,500

$4000-$17400

$2025-$8707

$900

$100-$400

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$24,300

$2400-$10400

$1215-$5224

$242,900

$24300-$104400

$12145-$52223

$32,400

$3200-$13900

$1620-$6966

$16,200

$1600-$7000

$810-$3483

$283,400

$28400-$121900

$14170-$60931

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$6,600

$600-$2800

$330-$1419

$9,400

$900-$4000

$470-$2021

$36,500

$3600-$15700

$1825-$7847

$8,100

$800-$3500

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North Transportation Terminal cont. Medium T i e r 3 Medium Medium Low Low Medium T i e r 4 Medium Low Low

Curbs, Rails and Barriers. Add curb and gutter for proper drainage Retaining Walls. Repair/replace retaining walls at NW area of building at parking lot, entrance to site on east side Site Lighting Poles. Add site lighting to all bus and employee parking Paint Interior. Miscellaneous Structures. Markee sign. Install markee sign at front entry. Other Landscape Features. Remove dirt pile at north end of east parking lot for future expansion Other Landscape Features. Trim cottonwood trees on canal to keep from damaging fencing Flagpoles. Relocate flagpole to front entry Planting. Install ornamental landscaping at front entry, replace dead trees around site

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$40,500

$4000-$17400

$2025-$8707

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$32,400

$3200-$13900

$1620-$6966

$12,100

$1200-$5200

$605-$2601

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$5,700

$600-$2500

$285-$1225

$4,000

$400-$1800

$200-$860

$900

$100-$400

$45-$193

$8,100

$800-$3500

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Project Description

Estimated Cost 2016

$0

Tier 2

$3,351,460

Tier 3

$6,489,400

Tier 4

Facility Cameras Transportation Bus Cameras 800MHz Radios

$321,960 $2,800,000 $229,500

$434,647 One Time Capital Cost $0 One Time Capital Cost $0 One Time Capital Cost

$200,000 $5,975,000

$0 One Time Capital Cost $0 One Time Capital Cost

Tier 3

Incident Management Solution School Radio Upgrade Emergency Operations Center Equipment Server Rotation In-House Alarm Monitoring

$60,000 $179,400 $75,000

$0 One Time Capital Cost $0 Recurring Capital Cost $0 One Time Capital Cost

Security Doors Access Control Upgrade Badge Printer

$758,300 $1,500,000 $6,800

$0 One Time Capital Cost $0 One Time Capital Cost $0 Recurring Capital Cost

Tier 4 $2,000,000

$4,000,000

$6,000,000

Frequency

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$2,265,100

$0

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

$8,000,000

Estimated Total Unfunded Capital Needs: $12,105,960 Estimated Project Management Costs: $434,647 Estimated Total Project Cost: $12,540,607

Recommended Funding Option Priority Tier 1

Project Description

Estimated Cost-2016

$0

Tier 2

Tier 2

Transportation Bus Cameras 800 MHz Radios

Tier 3

Facility Cameras Incident Management Solution School Radio Upgrade Emergency Operatoins Center Equipment Server Rotation In-House Alarm Monitoring

$3,029,500

Tier 3

$7,510,253

Tier 4

$2,265,100

$0

$2,000,000

Tier 4 $4,000,000

$6,000,000

$8,000,000

Access Control Upgrade Security Doors Badge Printer

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Frequency

$2,800,000 $229,500 $1,020,853 $200,000 $5,975,000

$0 $0 $1,378,151 $0 $0

$60,000

$0

$179,400 $75,000 $1,500,000 $758,300 $6,800

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0

One Time Capital Cost One Time Capital Cost One Time Capital Cost One Time Capital Cost One Time Capital Cost One Time Capital Cost Recurring Capital Cost One Time Capital Cost One Time Capital Cost One Time Capital Cost Recurring Capital Cost

Estimated Total Unfunded Capital Needs: $12,804,853 Estimated Project Management Costs: $1,378,151 Estimated Total Project Cost: $14,183,004

One Time Capital Costs

Preferred Funding Option Priority Tier 1

Project Description

$0

Tier 2

Tier 2

$3,029,500

Tier 3

Tier 3

$6,489,400

Tier 4

$4,719,477

Tier 4 $0

$2,000,000

$4,000,000

$6,000,000

$8,000,000

Estimated Cost-2016

Potential Regulatory, Professional Services, and Contracting Costs

Frequency

Transportation Bus Cameras 800MHz Radios

$2,800,000 $229,500

$0 One Time Capital Cost $0 One Time Capital Cost

Incident Management Solution School Radio Upgrade Emergency Operations Center Equipment In-House Alarm Monitoring Server Rotation

$200,000 $5,975,000

$0 One Time Capital Cost $0 One Time Capital Cost

$60,000 $75,000 $179,400

$0 One Time Capital Cost $0 One Time Capital Cost $0 Recurring Capital Cost

Access Control Upgrade Facility Cameras Security Doors Badge Printer

$1,500,000 $2,454,377 $758,300 $6,800

$0 $3,313,410 $0 $0

One Time Capital Cost One Time Capital Cost One Time Capital Cost Recurring Capital Cost

Estimated Total Unfunded Capital Needs: $14,238,377 Estimated Project Management Costs: $3,3313,410 Estimated Total Project Cost: $17,551,787

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Appendix 4 Development Analysis Development Growth Cycle The following diagram illustrates the correlation between residential housing development (certificates of occupancy) and the generation of school age children. As neighborhoods develop and build out, there is a lag time of nearly seven to 12 years before the number of students generated at elementary, middle, and high school reaches its maximum impact in a school. As neighborhoods mature and students grow older, some families move away and neighborhoods continue their cycle of generating students again, only this time at a more consistent pace. Douglas County is currently experiencing this cycle in the North Planning Area. According to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Vital Statistics Division, unpublished data, November 10, 2010, annual birth rates in the North Planning Area have decreased from 2,193 to 1,687 since 2005. The 2010 U.S. Census also reports similar declining trends in the block and tract data, indicative of maturing communities in the North Planning Area.

The District may utilize the four-track year-round calendar at the elementary level, and mobile classrooms at all levels to help mitigate the peak impact of development as depicted by the dotted lines on the diagram.

Development Impact When determining the impact of residential development, Douglas County School District evaluates how many students are expected from any given development based on density. Once the student generation is calculated, it is then determined how much land would be required to build a school as well as capital mitigation. Often times, a development will generate acreage, but not enough for an entire school site. In these cases, the District may choose to accept a portion of the acreage in a commercial area if there is a commercial area as part of the project. These areas would help mitigate the growing needs for support service space as the District grows. The District may also collect cash-inlieu of land, or a combination of both. Collecting cash-in-lieu for smaller dedications, allows the District to use this money to mitigate capacity needs with mobile classrooms, construction modifications, or the purchase of land in the future with consolidated funding. The District has a voluntary capital mitigation process that evaluates the amount of taxes a development will produce, including both residential and commercial if applicable, and determines the gap between what is paid to the District in taxes and what it costs to construct a school through bonds and debt retirement. The District evaluates the impact over a 20, 30, and 40-year school building life cycle. Knowing that buildings have a longer life than 20-years, but acknowledging building components have limited operational life spans, the District asks the developer to voluntarily contribute mid-range between the 30 and 40-year numbers. Although not inclusive of all development in the planning areas, a development summary in each Planning Area is provided on the following pages. These developments are in the building phase or in various stages of the review processes within the County. A map and summary table of the sites dedicated to the District for future schools have also been included. Douglas County School District

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The table above summarizes the number of units zoned and built (to date) in the North Planning Area. The North Planning Area consists of Highlands Ranch, Lone Tree, Castle Pines, Roxborough, and portions of Littleton. Data on the number of units zoned and built was collected from Douglas County Department of Community Development, City of Littleton, City of Castle Pines, and the City of Lone Tree. According to all known planned developments at this time, approximately 36,000 single and multi-family units have been approved and could be built within the North Planning Area.

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Site Size (Acres) 31.83 10.041 0.756 10 10 25 50 9.63 10 6.984 3.016 10.44 12 12 25 10.1 10.677 12 11 12 12 12 30 60 12 12 12

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The table and map above show the dedicated school sites in the North Planning Area. To date, there are approximately 432 acres of dedicated Elementary, Middle, High and Alternative sites in the North Planning Area which can be used to accomodate new growth and development.

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Development Summary-West Planning Area *Castle Rock, Sedalia, and Larkspur Arbors Auburn Ridge Bella Mesa Brookwood Cambridge Heights Canyons South (Macanta) Castle Highlands Castle Meadows Castle Oaks Castle Pines Commercial Castle Ridge East Castle Rock Estates (Diamond Ridge) Castleview Estates Castlewood Ranch and 3) Central Castle Rock Covenant at Castle Rock Crystal Valley Ranch Dawson Ridge Founders Village Hazen Moore Heckendorf Ranch Lanterns Liberty Village Maher Ranch (Sapphire Pointe) Meadows Meadows PDP No. 2 (Previously CIO) Memmen Young Infill Meribel Village Metzler Ranch Oaks of Castle Rock Perry Park Pine Canyon Plum Creek Plum Creek Ridge Plum Creek South Promenade at Castle Rock Red Hawk Sandstone Ranch Scott II Stanbro PD Wolfensberger Apartments (formerly Graham PD) Woodlands Woodmoor Mountain Young American

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The table above summarizes the number of units zoned and built (to date) in the West Planning Area. The West Planning Area consists of Castle Rock, Larkspur, Sedalia and portions of Unincorporated Douglas County. Data on the number of units zoned and built was collected from Douglas County Department of Community Development, and the Town of Castle Rock. According to all known planned developments at this time, approximately 38,000 remaining single and multi-family units have been approved and could be built within the West Planning Area.

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Location Name Castle Oaks Estates Castlewood Ranch Crystal Valley A Crystal Valley B Crystal Valley C Macanta A Macanta B Plum Creek Sapphire Pointe Hazen Moore Lanterns Rock Canyon Ranch Bella Mesa Pine Canyon Pioneer Ranch Hockaday A Hockaday B Hockaday C Larkspur Pine Cliff Red Hawk The Meadows Filing 20 Dawson Ridge A Dawson Ridge B Dawson Ridge D Dawson Ridge C

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The table and map above show all the dedicated school sites in the West Planning Area. To date, there are approximately 408 acres of dedicated Elementary, Middle, High and Alternative sites in the East Planning Area which can be used to accomodate new growth and development.

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The table above summarizes the number of units zoned and built (to date) in the East Planning Area. The East Planning Area consists of Parker, Franktown, Cherry Valley, and portions of Aurora, Elbert County, North-East Castle Rock, and Unincorporated Douglas County. Data on the number of units zoned and built was collected from Douglas County Department of Community Development, Town of Castle Rock,Town of Parker, and City of Aurora. According to all known planned developments at this time, approximately 28,000 remaining single and multifamily units have been approved and could be built within theEast Planning Area.

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Location Name Meridian Village Pine Drive Sierra Ridge Elkhorn Ranch Rocking Horse Spring Valley Vistas B Spring Valley Vistas A Newlin Crossing Kings Point South Pine Drive Pinery Timbers Meadowlark Pradera Hilltop Cobblestone Ranch Spring Valley Vistas F Spring Valley Vistas G Spring Valley Vistas C Spring Valley Vistas D Spring Valley Vistas E Anthology B Pinery West Anthology F Anthology E Anthology A Anthology C Anthology D Cielo

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The table and map above show all the dedicated school sites in the East Planning Area. To date, DCSD maintains approximately 420 acres of Elementary, Middle, High and Alternative sites in the East Planning Area which can be used to accomodate new growth and development.

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LONG RANGE PLANNING COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION The Long Range Planning Committee recommends the 2016-17 Master Capital Plan to be presented to the Douglas County School District Board of Education The total estimated cost for all projects in the 2016-17 Master Capital Plan over the next five years is $304 million-$366 million. This includes all forecasted reinvestment projects for Facilities (including charter schools), Security, Transportation, and Technology for all four tiers and priority classes estimated at $220-$282 million. This amount includes elective projects identified in Tier 4. This also includes new construction over the next five years estimated at $84.2 million. If the District were to revise its standards to value engineered facilities, the estimated new construction cost for the next five years is estimated at $71.6 million. The 2016-17 Master Capital Plan continues to incorporate last year’s approach of communicating forecasted projects. In the past, projects were listed in general categories by year. The new approach improves the clarity by listing projects in Tiers which rank the significance of assets and their effect on the functionality of the building or equipment item, and projects are prioritized within each Tier to reflect the condition of the asset. Capital Reinvestment for Facilities, Security, Transportation, and Technology Douglas County School District’s most important reinvestment items over the next 5 years are estimated to cost approximately $52.3-$70.9 million (depending on potential regulatory, project management, and inflation costs). Of this total, $43-$61.4 million is for facility reinvestment, $8.5 million is for technology, $630,000-$729,000 is to comply with State of Colorado code and mandates, and $295,000 is for transportation. The most important facility reinvestment items in year 1 are estimated to cost approximately $28.3-$36.8 million. Of these items in year 1, it is estimated that approximately $22-$28.6 million would address those items that may interrupt the education program if a failure were to occur. The projects in the MCP are proactive in nature. Nevertheless, all functional components and systems will eventually experience deterioration. When that happens, immediate action and funding is always prioritized to ensure a safe and code compliant environment for students. All DCSD schools are 100% safe and code compliant.


New Construction for Growth and Programming New construction over the next 5 years is estimated at approximately $84.2 million. If the District were to revise its standards to value engineer facilities the estimated new construction costs for the next 5 years are approximately $71.6 million. In the next 5 years Castle View High School is projected to exceed capacity. The Meadows community in Castle Rock continues to grow and will eventually need a new elementary school. Additional growth is expected in the Early Childhood Education preschool program across the District. Increased capacity will also be needed for a bus terminal and maintenance facility in Parker. Capacity options to consider for implementation are: -An addition to Castle View High School -A new Elementary School in the Meadows in Castle Rock -An addition to the Early Childhood Center in Castle Rock -One new Early Childhood Center in Parker -On new Bus Terminal and Maintenance Facility in Parker The Planning and Construction Department also monitors projected new construction needs beyond the next 5 years. New construction over the next 6-10 years is estimated at approximately $412.3 million. If the District were to revise its standards to value engineer facilities, the estimated new construction costs for the next 6-10 years are approximately $350.3 million. In the next 6-10 years the following capacity options to consider are: -One new High School in the Lone Tree/Parker area -One new 21st Century Learning Pre K-8 Magnet School in Parker -Space for Alternative Secondary School Programming -One new Bus Terminal and Maintenance Facility in Northwest Douglas County -Space for All-Day Kindergarten (if mandated) -One new Elementary School in the East Lone Tree/West Parker area -One new Elementary School in the Northeast Castle Rock/Southwest Parker area -One new Elementary School in East Castle Rock/West Franktown area The Master Capital Plan outlines the projects that assist the Board of Education on future funding strategies.

Approved by: Todd Warnkey, Chair June 21, 2016

Caryn Becker, Vice Chair June 21, 2016


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