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					Bond Project Status Summary

11/12/2009

Bond Implementation Plan Update
January 26, 2009 Napa Valley Community College District Below is a project tracking report used by the Campus Planning and Construction office to summarize project status information. This report includes only projects that are 'in-process', that is, projects where some activity is underway at the present time. Projects marked "COMPLETE" or "PUNCH LIST" will stay on the report for approximately 90 days before being removed. The project status summary report is distributed and posted on a monthly basis. You may request a current copy of this report or additional information on any project from the CPAC department at x6040 (259-6040). This report and other bond information is available on the web at www.napavalley.edu/bond/bond
COLUMN HEADERS: "Job No." - CPAC tracking number. "Project Name" - Short project title. "Primary Design Firm" - If applicable, the name of the architectural or other design firm contracted for the project. "Plans/Other Docs Status" - The status of construction plans. "DSA STATUS" - Status of construction plans in the review process by the Division of the State Architect, review can take several months. "Est. START DATE" - Date construction is expected to begin, specified in bid documents but subject to change. "Est. COMP DATE" - Date construction is expected to end, specified in bid documents but subject to change.

Job No.

PROJECT NAME
CONSTRUCTION: Library-Learning Resource Center (Bldg. 1700)

Primary Design Firm
TLCD

Plans/Other Docs Status
Construction

DSA STATUS
Approved

Est. Est. COMP START DATE DATE
Sum '08 Sp '10

0010.01 Pat

Project Notes: Stakeholders continue to meet with architects to finalize furniture and equipment. Bids for this project were opened on May 6, 2008 and the project was awarded on May 15, 2008 to Edge Development, Inc. Construction is currently underway. The current library does not meet state space standards (the ratio of students to space was under built originally) and does not have enough student stations or computers. The new LibraryProject Learning Resource Center will offer more student stations and computers and will have space dedicated to the Library Staff, Media Center, Diagnostic Learning Services, Testing & Tutoring Description: Center, Teaching & Learning Center, Distance Learning classroom, and a café.

XXXX

American Canyon Early College High School

NVUSD

Sept. 2007

2010

Project Notes: Construction documents complete and construction is currently underway. Project NVUSD and City of American Canyon are providing space to the college in the new American Canyon high school for an outreach center. NVC will receive three classrooms, able to Description: accommodate 40 to 45 students each. All classrooms on the campus will be available for night classes.

0050.01 Bob C.

Instructional Center for the Performing Arts- ICPA (Bldg. 100)

hGA

Construction

Approved

Sp '08

Sp '10

Project Notes: On March 13, 2008, the Board of Trustees awarded this project to Broward Brothers from Woodland, CA and construction is now underway. Project Description: New Performing Arts Education Center that will include a 500 seat theater, black box theater, orchestral/vocal rehearsal space, etc.

0060.02 Tom

North Gym (Bldg. 400)

TLCD

Construction

Approved

Sum '08

Fall '09

Project Notes: Bids for this project were opened on July 1, 2008 and the apparent low bidder was Broward Brothers, Inc. The Board of Trustees awarded this project at their July 17, 2008 meeting and construction is now underway. Project New auxiliary gym will house Adaptive PE, a weight room, and a CJTC mat room. The project is scheduled to be complete by October 1, 2009. Description:

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Bond Project Status Summary Primary Design Firm
OMM

11/12/2009

Job No.
0240.02 Tom

PROJECT NAME
Telephone Cabling Upgrade

Plans/Other Docs Status
Construction

DSA STATUS
N/A

Est. Est. COMP START DATE DATE
Winter '08 Sp '09

Project Notes: This project will replace and add additional copper conductors for voice communication. The Board of Trustees awarded this project at their December 11, 2008 meeting and construction is now underway. Project New and existing buildings campus wide will benefit from the expanded system. Description:

0340.05 Carollee

Signage & Wayfinding • Phase III- under construction. • UVC Building ID signs- complete.

Ace Design

Construction

N/A

Sp '07

Fall '08

Project Notes: Construction is underway for Phase III signage & wayfinding. Additional vehicular directionals signs were installed in the summer of 2008. New directories, reflecting recently added buildings, will be installed shortly. Project Comprehensive signage and wayfinding program development and implementation. ADA issues handled separately but in cooperation with this project. Phase II included parking lot designations Description: and additional automobile directionals. UVC buildings received ID signs and room identification signs.

0340.08 Tom

HVAC/Penthouse Upgrades

TLCD

In Design

N/A

Sum '08

Fall '09

Project Notes: The installation portion of the project is currently in design and the an RFP for the equipment portion is being circulated now. The RFP is due February 3, 2009. Project This project will replace the rooftop structures and HVAC equipment, utilizing chilled water from the new Central Chiller Plant. The upgrades will take place on bldg. 900, 1100, 1300, 1400, 1500 Description: and 1600.

0360.01 Tom

Ceramics Building (Bldg. 3500) • Utility extension to South Campus

TLCD

Construction

Approved

Fall '08

Fall '09

Project Notes: Stakeholder group meetings complete. On September 11, 2008, the Board of Trustees awarded this project to SW Allen Construction, from Sacramento. Construction is now underway. Project New Ceramics Building to the north of Building 3700. New position leaves Bldg. 3900 and Bldg. 4100 as-is. Project also includes utility extensions to South Campus. Description:

XXXX

Fire Alarm Panel Conversion

OMM

Going to DSA Shortly

N/A

Fall '07

Ongoing

Project Notes: Design for permanent fix is underway. O'Mahony & Myer (OMM) and CPAC coordinating work. This project will go to bid once all new building plans have obtained DSA approval. Project Using cable installed in EMS/Fire Alarm network project, only the existing digital systems will be connected to the new monitoring station and enunciator. New and modernized buildings will be Description: added as they come on-line.

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Running List of Completed Projects
0010.02 FPP & Project Development for Learning TLCD $70,000 Dec '03
Project Notes: FPP submitted July 1, 2004 Professional Services Project to develop Final Plan Proposal for submission to the state for construction funding for a new Learning Resource Center (Library). FPP is the second phase of Project Description: the application process. The District's capacity load ratio supports additional library space and, if awarded, state funds will be used to leverage bond funds. A new LRC is slated for construction and included in the Bond Implementation Plan regardless but an additional $10 million would allow additions to the project. FPP REVISED DUE DATE JULY 1, 2004.

11/12/2009

0070.03 Prototype Restrooms - 100 & 400 & 700 LBDG Complete DSA Approved James Nolan Con. $277,000 Feb-04 Pat Project Notes: 700 RR reno=DSA required ADA upgrade as part of modular installation. Construction mostly complete, Punch List items still to be addressed.

March '04

July '04

Three sets of restrooms will be remodeled to ADA standards. The remodel will use modern materials and technology in the replacement of fixtures, flooring, partitions, wall treatment, and Project Description: lighting. Water conservation and the use of recycled materials are high priorities, as is maintainability and longevity. Originally the project was limited to the 100 Bldg Quad RR's but was enlarged when the Dept. of the State Architect required ADA related upgrades in response to the new modular classrooms.

0070.XX Financial Aid Expansion & ASB Move design/prelim plans Architerra Carollee Project Notes: ASB moved to temp home in Student Lounge. Construction and Fin Aid move complete.

n/a multiple subs

$70,000 est

July '04

Sept '04

Project Description: Remodel Rm. 100 and ASB area for Financial Aid expansion (2 newly hired staff and 2 soon to be hired staff). Appropriate Rm 100 for Fin Aid and move ASB to north end of building.

0090.01 Remodel of Classified Lounge/BOT

LBDG
Project Notes: Stakeholders Meeting held. Design adjustments underway.

n/a

Project Description:

Original Remodel was refined after further input from users (stakeholders). Lighting will be increased. The fireplace copper was shined. Additional painting took place over the Semester Break. The podium will be replaced with a new network/smart panel. One couch and one loveseat on order.

0140.05 Finishes in 1019 A & B Carollee

Summer '04
Project Notes: Project Description: Carpet, window treatments and paint for CJ classrooms. New sample carpet for evaluation. Replacement furniture added May '04. NVC to act as own general.

0150.02 Pool Deck Replacement (SM) Bob

LBDG

Complete

Approved

Hess Construction

$475,172

Oct '03

12/1/2003 3/1/2004

Project Notes: Punch list items continue, primarily the emergency exit gate installation. Project Description: The project will replace existing concrete pool deck that is cracked and does not drain properly. New light poles, diving platforms, and seating are also included in the project. Drinking fountain installation error will be corrected by LBDG at their expense.

0150.04 Replace Gym Hot Water System Bob

Costa Engineering

final plans

n/a

awarded

$96,800

Jan-05

Mar-05

Project Notes: Boilers up and running. Project essentially complete. Final walk and Punch List complete.

Project Description: Two phase project to replace failing piping and water heaters for gymnasium domestic hot water. The project also provides hot water during the boiler shutdown and replacement.

0290.02 South Parking Lot & Landscaping

GSM

Complete

Approved

Hess Construction

$626,682

Mar '04

Dec '03

May '04

Project Notes: Semester Break project, Phase I, Parking lot is complete. Phase II has approx. 8 rain delay days. Phase II & III should be complete by May. Project Description: The project will include upgraded parking for 70 staff & students. The Art building will be re-landscaped to create a courtyard where the wooden gallery structures now sit. Portions of these structures (affectionately know in Maintenance as Wood hinge) may be re-used for smoking shelters. ADA path of travel improvements are also included in the project specifications.

0200.01 UVC - Kitchen & Library Expansions Final Plans LBDG Approved Pat Project Notes: Construction complete save fire damage repair.
Project Description:

$945 k

$760 k

awarded

$648,000

Nov '04

April '05

Two separate projects that have been combined into one bid for cost savings. Kitchen expansion will correct cramped scullery quarters and replace failing equipment (walk-ins). Library expansion will create a small book storage area to house 5,000 cookbook collection.

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0200.03 UVC - Awnings, Gutters & Downspouts LBDG Pat Project Notes: Construction underway. design/prelim plans n/a Redwood Empire $18,881 June '04

11/12/2009 Summer '04 Summer '04

Project Description: Failing awning material will be replaced and existing frames repainted. Failing gutters and downspouts will be replaced.

0290.06 Ballfield Fence for traffic control
Project Notes: 4' high chain link fence

Morgan Fence

$9,000

Jan '04

Feb '04

Project Description: The project will install a four foot (4') high chain link fence to prevent motor vehicle traffic from accessing the ballfield. A sidewalk for pedestrian access will also be added.

0200.05

UVC - Site wall resurfacing
Project Notes:

n/a

n/a

n/a

Dominion Plastering

$4,900

n/a

Winter '04

Project Description: Failing site wall surface was replaced.

0200.04 UVC - Concrete Seal & Stain Pat

n/a

Summer '04

Summer '04

Project Notes: Initial project to restain entryway to main building ($8500) to completed Aug '04. Additional areas may be re-stained - decision pending. Project Description: Failing concrete sealant has caused discoloration to existing stain and created a slip and fall hazard. Maintenance of the floor has also become problematic.

XXXX Bob

Replace Transformer @ Bldg. 500

O'Mahoney & Myer
Project Notes: Installation complete

Approved

Scott Electric

$53,750

May '04

Aug '04

Sept '04

Project Description: Failing transformer needed for South Campus electrical service.

0290.04 Heritage Tree Cabling & Pruning
Project Notes: Campus Landscaping - to preserve Century Oaks Project Description:

Spring '04
This project will implement arborist recommendations to save heritage oak trees (trees of great age and presence) on campus. Trees will be cabled to add support and/or pruned to eliminate deadwood.

0290.05 Mall Tree Maintenance
Project Notes: Semester Break project

Dec' 03

Jan '04

Project Description: This project implemented arborist recommendations to improve the health of the trees along the Mall. The trees were pruned and un-savable specimens were removed.

0290.07 Sidewalk Repair - Trip & Fall
Project Notes: Report from Keenan identifies areas needing attention. Spring Break project. Project Description: Various repairs to concrete and asphalt around campus to reduce trip & fall hazards identified by Keenan & Associates, the District's insurance administrator.

Spring '04

0290.07 Smoking Pavilions Pat

Fall '04
Project Notes: Locations determined and installation/construction is complete. Project Description: Solution for soggy smokers being sought. Art building art display panels will be re-used as shelters. Locations will be NW corner area of pool by the gym and the south end of the mall.

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Running List of Completed Projects
0290.08 Winery Equipment Pad Cover Bob Architerra Complete n/a James Nolan Con. $34K Apr-04 5/1/2004 July '04
Project Notes: Construction complete except for punch list items. Project Description: The project will include weather protection for donated glycol unit.

11/12/2009

0330.03 Swingspace/Modulars Phase II & III (Modular Village) Bob
Project Notes: Mods for Datatel, Piano/Vocal music, & 2 General CR's completed thus far. Health Center/Public Safety still pending. Project Description: Fin Aid expansion displacing piano/voacal music. Classrooms needed for construciton swingspace. Datatel teaching facility. Health Center relocating for accessibility during construction/renovation of bldg. 700.

0330.04 Swingspace - Title III, Rms 1034-1035 n/a n/a Bob Project Notes: Semester Break project. NVC acts as own general. A/V Equipment will install the week of May 23rd.

Dec '03

Feb '04

Project Description: The project will remodel Rms 1034 & 1035 to create a teacher resource center/learning center that can accommodate 16 workstations. The program is funded by a Title III Grant.

0340.01 Mansard Roofs (SM $ AWARDED)
Project Notes: Pending Exterior Color Selection. Scheduled Maintenance Grant will co-fund with bond funds. Additional $4500 SM project leftover will be moved to this project. Project Description: The project will weatherize existing mansard roofs and the new surface will be in the new exterior colors selected for the campus.

0350.07 Colors - Exterior Standard

LBDG & TLCD & Staff

design/prelim plans

Project Notes: COLORS SELECTED! The Quad will be re-painted May 2004.

Project Description: Professional Services Project to develop a exterior colors standards for the main campus.

0350.XX Feasibility Study for Imola Connection

N/A

Project Notes: Initial engineering estimates received Further investigation warranted. Project Description: Professional Services contract for engineering estimates for Imola connection options (Gasser, Dr. So. Marketplace Dr.) and bridges over wetlands.

0290.09 South Campus Parking & Landscaping Phase II GSM design/prelim plans Bob Project Notes: Minor punch list items pending. Project essentially complete.

Approved

Helmer & Sons

$1.1 million

June '04

June '04

Oct '04

Project Description: Re-Align south end of Diemer Dr. Add paving, lighting & landscaping to South Gravel Lot. Add Winery walkways and landscaping.

0350.08 Furniture Warehouse & Build. Materials Storage Architerra bid specs/plans Pat Project Notes: Minor punch list items pending. Project essentially complete.

n/a

Est. $200,000

August '04 Summer '04

Fall '04

Project Description: Additional storage and staging space for furniture shipments and building materials.

0350.05 ADA Transition Plan

Architerra ($27K)
Project Notes: BOT adopted Transition Plan Nov 2004. Part 1 priorities to be implemented by Dec. 2005. See construction project above.

Nov '04

Professional Services Project to develop an American's With Disabilities Act mandated Transition Plan for the District. The plan is an identified addendum to the Draft Facilities Master Plan. Project Description: While the District developed and completed an Architectural Barriers Study and remediation program several years ago this new plan will address access to program issues and prioritize removal of physical barriers.

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0350.06 Handrail Upgrades for ADA Architerra design Fall '04 Winter '04 Winter '04 Sp '05
Project Notes: Mockups fabricated and evaluated. Implementation of upgrades to be a part of ADA Site work project (see Construction section) Project Description: Professional Services Project to develop handrail program for campus that maximizes access for ADA. Installation of handrails is a part of ADA site work project, job no. 0350.05, above.

11/12/2009

0350.XX Project Cost estimating Carollee

Saylor & Associates

research & development

$25,000

Feb '04

Mar '04

April '04

Project Notes: Master budget adopted by BOT in Nov 2004. Project Description: Professional Services Project to develop project cost data for master scheduling and cash flow.

Water main valve replacement (2 valves @ Gym, 2 @ Cafeteria)
Project Notes: Semester Break project. Project Description:

Summer '04

Semester Break project. Project entailed campus wide water shutdown for 3 or 4 days - Matt Christensen coordinating. 2 Valves at gym have been replaced. Remaining 2 valves will be done in coordination with infrastructure upgrades.

Fire Hydrant Repair
Project Notes: See valves above. Project Description: Matt Christensen coordinating.

0371.01 Move 1600 A & B Modular buildings TLCD Bob Project Notes: Initial planning underway.

preliminary

Summer '06 Summer '06

Project will move existing modular buildings 1600 A & B to new locations. 1600 A will move near James Diemer Dr. in the South Parking Lot. 1600 B will move to the mod village near Project Description: building 700. These moves will make way for new building construction for Tech III-Visual & Graphic Voactional Center. Existing 1600 occupants will move with their buildings for the short term, pending completion of the Student Services consolidation.

0150.03 Replace Pool Chlorinator Matt

n/a

n/a

n/a

est $72,000

Jan-05

Feb-05

Project Notes: Equipment received and installaion is nearly complete. Project Description: Replacement of failing pool chlorinator. 50% funded thru State scheduled maintenance grant substitution.

0350.XX Furniture Standards & Procurement

TBD

design

March '05

Project Notes: Vendor selected. Faculty office standard complete. Chair standard complete. Other task furniture standards pending. Project Description: Professional Services Project to develop a task furniture standard for faculty and staff in order to save costs through bulk purchasing and maintenance/life expectancy. Task furniture for workstations will be addressed first.

0230.01 Pool Boiler Plant Bob

TLCD

final plans

N/A

Awarded 12/9/04

$218,647

9-Dec-04

1/3/2005

4/4/2005

Project Notes: Boilers up and running. Project essentially complete. Final walk and Punch List pending. Project Description: It was determined that a stand alone high efficiency boiler plant would be the most cost effective and energy conserving method of heating the pool. Construction will not impact existing pool heating system. Project must be completed prior to demolition of central boiler plant in April.

0350.04 EIR - Package

Mark Thomas

n/a

complete

Nov '03

Est. $350,000

Nov '03

Dec '03

Feb '05

Project Notes: EIR was be certified and the Facilities Master Plan accepted at the Feb 24, 2005 meeting of the BOT. Project Description: A package of Professional Services Agreements to develop and file a Master Plan Environmental Impact Report and further refine construction plans.

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0140.06 Renovation 1000 B & HEOC Faculty Offices final plans multiple bids, Sp '05 ultiple bids, Sp '05 multiple bids, Sp '05 st $550,000 1-Jun-05 m e Carollee Project Notes: Project essentially complete except punch list items and minor backordered equipment.
Project Description:

11/12/2009 8-Aug-05

Offices will be emptied for new carpet, paint, window treatments. New furniture and casework also included. to follow as furniture procurement process is still under development. Staff restrooms in both areas will be renovated and made ADA compliant.

0140.06 Criminal Justice Conf. Rm & Offices Reno/Furniture n/a Carollee Project Notes: Construction complete

final plans

N/A

Dec '05

Feb '06

Project Description: Project will replace furniture and some finishes in the Criminal Justice conference room, workroom, offices and classrooms on the first floor of bldg. 1000B

0230.02 Central Plant Phase I - Central Boiler Plant & Utility Tunnel TLCD approved N/A Pat Project Notes: Construction 99% complete. Punch list items complete.
Project Description:

$5 m

awarded

$4.7 million

April '05

October '05

The project will include new heating facilities to serve the entire campus and new utility hookups for all existing and planned buildings on campus. A new boiler plant will be constructed in existing boiler room in bldg. 100. The second phase will include a new cooling plant to be constructed near the 700 building. Ice unit will be removed and parking added.

0140.xx Criminal Justice Restroom Reno Carollee

pending
Project Notes: Project Description:

Summer '06
Originally planned as a project to renovate the exterior, first floor restrooms at building 1000 B to ADA and campus standards. Renovation was deemed impractical and alternative solutions are being sought. ADA compliance upgrades will reduce existing restrooms to 1 stall each which is too few for existing traffic.

0290.10 Relocate Stone Bus Stop

preliminary

n/a

Sp '06

Sum '06

Project Notes: Preliminary environmental investigation underway. Negotiations with CalTrans continue. Project Description: stone bus stop can stay with most recent magnolia drive plan. Stone bus stop on Hwy 221 wil be relocated or removed to allow for a new right turn lane onto Magnolia Drive.

0260.01 Photovoltaic Array Bob

PowerLight

final plans

N/A

June '05

May '06

Project Notes: Project is approximately 99% complete. The solar panels are being mounted. Transformers' were installed via helicopter. Flood impacts were minimal. Project Description: 1.2 megawatt photovoltaic (Solar Power) array-- 3rd largest in CA, 5th largest in US, and 43rd largest in the world. Will provide at least $300,000 per year in utility cost savings. PG&E grant awarded for $3.5 million. Project is "turnkey" meaning one contract includes all design and building expenses.

0140.06 Atrium Cover Carollee

N/A
Project Notes: Competitive quotes received and structural engineering complete. Installation of new cover complete. Paint and furniture pending. Project Description:

Spring '06 Summer '06

Addition of 15 year fabric cover over the 1000 B atrium to enhance the functionality of the space. The existing bat colony was relocated and the new awning will include mesh sides to prevent bats, bees, and birds from intruding on the space. Project will also include patio furniture and paint.

0150.05 Gym Transformer Replacement Bob

O'Mahony & Myer

final plans

Sum '06

Summer '06

Project Notes: 50/50 state match SM project. Application approved. Equipment was pre-ordered and expected in June. Bid awarded to Long Electric. Project Description: Replacement of a electrical transformer at the south end of the gym that is nearing the end of its useful life expectancy (and showing it).

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0290.10 Magnolia Drive Conversion to 2-WAY Mark Thomas preliminary N/A Sp '07 Fall '07 Bob Project Notes: Preliminary environmental & engineering underway. 1st CalTrans meeting took place in late Jan '06. Approval of conceptual design expected shortly. CEQA and permits pending.
combined with north campus site development… Project will convert Magnolia drive to a 2-Way road and eliminate the "hook ramp" entrance. Project engineering and environmental investigations will also include a re-alignment of Diemer Dr. and the possible future Imola connection.

11/12/2009

0070.06 Building 100 Roof Replacement Pat

TLCD

final plans

n/a

Sum '06

Summer '06

Project Notes: 50/50 state match SM project. Application approved. Bid awarded to Statewide roofing. Construction to start in June and finish by July 13, 2006. Project Description: As a part of the roof replacement schedule, and to address increasing leaks, the building 100 complex will be re-roofed this Spring/Summer.

0270.01 Emergency Phones Bob

O'Mahony & Myer

final plans

n/a

Awarded

Spring '06 Summer '06

Project Notes: Stakeholder interviews and review complete. Phone equipment design complete. Phone equipment ordered. Bid for install & infrastructure awarded June 2006. Project Description: Campuswide emergency phones to be installed at new and existing locations (3 at HEOC, 1 in the gym hallway, and 1 in gym locker room). New phone to feature a blue strobe and hotline buttons to emergency services. The installation of 5 exterior phones and future infrastructure for additional phones in parking areas will be bid.

0210.01 New Tennis Courts Pat

TLCD

final plans

Approved

Sept '05

Aug '06

Project Notes: Construction nearly complete. Project Description: The project will include the construction of 8 new lighted tennis courts.

0200.05 UVC - Recladding (Stucco) Pat

TLCD

final plans

n/a

Sp 2006

Summer 2006

Project Notes: Final plans and bidding complete. Construction nearly complete. Project Description: Resealing or replacement of failing exterior skin on both buildings.

0340.04 ADA Site Work - Pt. 1, per Transition Plan Architerra Final Adopted Bob Project Notes: Handrails are under construction and drinking fountains are complete. Stair nose grooves are painted. Ramp construction complete.
Project Description:

Dec '05

Sum '06
for phase I

ADA Transition Plan adopted by BOT in Nov. 2004. Part 1 projects, deemed highest priority in the ADA Transition Plan. Improvements include ADA compliant drinking fountains, ramps, paths of travel, signage, etc.

0020.01 Technology Building Pat

TLCD

programming

Project Notes: Programming underway with stakeholder groups. Project Description: New technology building to house Visual and Graphic Arts as well as new classrooms.

0200.04 UVC - Landscaping Bob

TLCD

Construction

n/a

WInter '06

Winter '06

Project Notes: Design and stakeholder input complete. St. Helena Planning Commission approved site signage. RFP circulating Sept/Oct 2006. Awarded October 2006 and work is underway. Project Description: Small vineyard deemed inefficient for instructional purposes was removed. New landscaping will replace vines between UVC buildings and the roadways. New site sign will be constructed on the corner of Pope and College Ave.

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0140.XX Respiratory Therapy Distance Learning Lab TLCD preliminary n/a Bob Project Notes: Preliminary design underway. Architect meeting with stakeholders.
Project Description:

11/12/2009 May '07 June '07

The project will renovate and upgrade the Respiratory Therapy Lab, to establish a distance education learning space for instructors to broadcast to students in Santa Rosa and other to be determined schools.

0200.04 UVC - Site Sign Lighting Bob

Ace Design

Construction

n/a

Project Notes: UVC site sign installed on corner of College and Pope; lights will be added to enhance visibility of sign. Project Description: Small vineyard deemed inefficient for instructional purposes was removed. New landscaping replaced vines between UVC buildings and the roadways. New site sign was constructed on the corner of Pope and College Ave. Lighitng will be added to site sign.

0290.01 Pond & Riparian Corridor Restoration Clearwater Hydro Construction N/A Carollee Project Notes: Project was broken into 2 phases for permitting and bidding. Pond dredge complete. Riparian corridor (creek) work underway.
Project Description:

Sum '06

Dec '06

Project will dredge the previously harvested pond to allow for storm water and sediment management required for new theater, tennis court, and other construction. The pond will also be transformed into a landscape feature. Oct 2005 scope expanded to include the restoration of the riparian corridor north of the pond.

0340.05 Signage & Wayfinding - Design and Implementation Ace Design Construction n/a Carollee Project Notes: "Identity" development and new logo complete. Project bid awarded in April. New room & building numbers to be implemented in November 2006.

Sum '06

Dec '06

Comprehensive signage and wayfinding program development and implementation. ADA issues to be handled separately but in cooperation with this project (see ADA site work project). Project Description: Project includes new logo, building signs, new building numbers, new directories, etc. PHASE I - BUILDING AND ROOM SIGNAGE WAS BID APRIL 2006. EXISTING BUILDINGS AND ROOMS WILL BE RENUMBERED NO LATER THAN NOVEMBER 13, 2006.

0160.xx Art Center Ventilation and Air Conditioning design development n/a Bob Project Notes: System has been designed. Bell Products to start and complete installation before start of summer 2007 semester.
Project Description:

Spring 07

Sum 07

The project proposes adding ventilation and air conditioning to the second floor of the Art Center (bldg. 3700), for the short term modernization until the scheduled renovation takes place in 2011.

0210.03 Ballfield Parking Expansion & Path of Travel • Phase II- Ball Field Parking Lot and Pathway Lighting Bob • Ball Field Parking Lot Seal Coat

SANDIS

Construction

Fall '06

Sp '07

Project Notes: Design and engineering investigation complete. Work to start after Pond and Riparian Corridor. John Benward Company was the low bidder; construction of ball field parking lot and pathway is complete. Addition of lights is currently underway (separate contractor). Project Description: Project will be bid in two phases. The first phase will expand the ballfield parking lot to provide additional parking and a vehicle maneuvering course for Criminal Justice. Project also includes improved paths to the main campus and an obstacle course. The second phase will install two emergency telephones near the pedestrian pathway and the parking lot and add site lighting to the pathway and the perimeter of the parking lot. Phase 2 is currently under construction.

0240.02 EMS/Fire Alarm Network Bob

OMM

Construction

NA

Fall '06

Spring '07

Project Notes: Design complete. Construction is currently underway and almost complete. Project Description: Project will provide a separate network for the Fire Alarm and Energy Management Systems as a part of infrastructure upgrades. Will also expand existing phone and data lines campus wide.

0240.03 MDF Room- Bldg. 1500 Bob

TLCD

Construction

n/a

Fall '06

Spring '06

Project Notes: Design complete. Bids solicited; construction is underway. Project Description: Part of the larger infrastructure upgrade, this project will relocate the existing Main Distribution Frame (MDF) to a larger space that will allow for future lines to be added as new buildings are brought on line.

0290.11 Renovate Imola Station Pat

NA

NA

NA

Fall 07

Fall 07

Project Notes: Upgrade existing stone bus shelter. Project Description: The existing stone bus shelter, located on Highway 221 at the Magnolia intersection, will be renewed with new paint and a new roof.

0210.04 Ballfield Irrigation- Reclaimed Water

Napa San

Awarded

Sum '07PageFall '07 9 of 11

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Project Notes: Project went out to bid and Napa Sanitation District has awarded the project. Construction to start in early August 2007. Project Description: Joint project with Napa Sanitation District will bring reclaimed water to campus ballfields for irrigation.

11/12/2009

0330.06 Fine & Performing Arts Office Modular/Office Swingspace

TLCD

In Design

Pending

Fall '07

Fall '07

Project Notes: Project is currently under development. The Chiller Plant project will include the removal of the old ice bank. An office modular will be placed on the vacated island. Project Description: This office modular will serve as a suite of offices for members of the Fine & Performing Arts Division. One F&P Arts staff member is currently located in room 832D (in Bldg. 800), which is located next to the Writing Center, a program that needs additional space to adequately serve students. The Writing Center will absorb room 832D and the F&P Arts staff member, along with two faculty members, will move into the office modular. Once the ICPA (Instructional Center for the Performing Arts) is built, all of the F&P Arts division will move into the new building and the office modular will be available as swingspace for other division or faculty offices that need a temporary home as their buildings are modernized.

XXXX Temporary Fire Alarm Panel Bob

Fall '07

Fall '07

Project Notes: Temporary fix for failing fire alarm panel. Project Description: Existing fire alarm panel is very old and failing. Few technicians have expertise to fix the panel and parts are becoming scarce. A temporary analog panel will be installed and should be usable for at least 5 years (or until new, permanent digital panel is installed).

0140.10 Writing & Math Center Renovations- Bldg. 800

TLCD In Design Pending Fall '07 Project Notes: Stakeholders groups from Math, the Writing Center and Media are meeting with the architects currently. Construction will take place over the Winter Break. Project Description:

Winter '07

Both the Math Center and the Writing Center have out grown their current areas and need more space to adequately serve students. The F&P Arts Division secretary will move out of room 832D and that office space will revert back to the Writing Center. The Math Center and Media Center will be rearranged to suit the needs of the programs.

0210.02 Athletic Field Improvements Bob

TLCD

Complete

Sp '07

Fall '07

Project Notes: First round of bids were received in November of 2006 and the lowest bid was 60% over construction estimate. New scoreboards were installed Fall 2006. Project was re-bid and awarded to Ridgeview Builders at April 12, 2007 BOT meeting. Construction is underway. Project Description: Includes reconstruction of dugouts and batting cages for Baseball and Softball.

0210.05 Baseball/Softball Winter Practice Field Bob

TLCD

Complete

Fall '07

Fall '07

Project Notes: Project is essentially complete and the hardcourt is in use by baseball and softball teams. Project Description: This project will pave over softball field #2, to create a hardcourt winter practice field for Baseball and Softball.

0130.03 Little Theater (bldg. 1200) - Seat Replacement Bob

hGA

Installed

N/A

Sum '07

Sp '08

Project Notes: Seats in Little Theater auditorium will be replaced and the new capacity will be approximately 207 seats. New ADA and companion seats will be added. Project Description: This project will replace the existing theater seats. The seats have been ordered from American Seating and will be installed on August 13, 2007. The existing seats will be removed on August 3, 2007.

0130.04 Little Theater (bldg. 1200)- Restroom Renovation Bob

hGA

Complete

Approved

Sum '07

Fall '07

Project Notes: A low bid was accepted from Kenridge Builders on June 28 and construction is now complete. Project Description: The project will renovate the restrooms. The public restrooms in the Little Theater are very inadequate; this phase of the project will renovate and upgrade the restrooms.

0130.XX Little Theater (bldg. 1200) & bldg.1000 Atrium Storefront Replacement Bob

hGA

N/A

Fall '07

Fall '07

Project Notes: New doors and related hardware have been installed at the front of the Little Theater lobby. A single door providing public entrance into the Faculty Office Atrium was also installed. Project Description: This project will replace the storefront doors that open into the lobby of the Little Theater (bldg. 1200) and will also add a door from the lobby of the Bldg. 1000 into the atrium.

0230.03 Central Plant Phase II - Chiller Plant/Thermal Pat Energy Storage

TLCD

Complete

Approved

Fall '06

Winter '07

Project Notes: Construction documents complete. Design contract fees included Central Boiler Plant budget & expenses. Bid awarded in September 2006. Construction by Bell Products is currently underway. As of January 2008, project is essentially complete. Project Description: The project will include new thermal storage (ice) units to be used in cooling the majority of campus. Chill water pipes were installed as a part of the Central Boiler Plant. Individual buildings will be "hooked up" to chilled water in stages.

0290.10 North Campus Site Development Package

hGA

Punchlist

Approved

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Running List of Completed Projects
Bob S.
• PG&E Gas Line relocation- complete. • Napa San Reclaimed Water pipeline- on hold. • Cable TV- complete. • New Transformers for ball fields- complete.

11/12/2009
Project Notes: CEQA and agency permits have been approved. Project was awarded to OC Jones & Sons on May 31, 2007. Construction is essentially complete and the project is receiving sign off from Cal-Trans. Project Description: The project includes site prep & infrastructure installation in the east parking lot, north end of campus, and Magnolia Dr/Hwy 221 intersection. This work is to support the new PAC, Auxiliary Gymnasium and LLRC. Work also includes the re-alignment of Diemer Drive, removal of the hook ramp, conversion of Magnolia exit road to 2-way traffic, and rerouting electrical service to the Ballfields.

0381.01 Wine Storage Building Bob

TLCD

Construction

n/a

Sum '07

Spring '08

Project Notes: Bids were opened on April 10, 2007. McCrary Construction was the low bidder and the project was awarded at the April 12, 2007 BOT meeting. Construction is essentially complete. Project Description: New building to support Viticulture & Enology program. Legislation recently passed to allow NVC to sell its own wine. Secure wine storage required to obtain license and bonding.

0110.03 Renovate Bldg. 1800 - Physical Sciences Jim

TLCD

Schematic Design

Fall '09

Fall '10

Project Notes: Initial programming and design committee interviews complete. Programming for this project was included with programming for new science building. Programming is now complete and schematic design is underway. Current project budget includes $3.4 million approved but unfunded from the state. Project Description: Building will be emptied for complete restoration/upgrade with fire & life safety, HVAC, and other infrastructure upgrades as priorities. Paint, flooring, window treatments, and furniture will also be included. Restrooms were made ADA compliant in an earlier project.

Secondary Effects: During summer of 2008, the anatomy and microbiology rooms were remodeled for the engineering classroom and an GIS lab until project above is fully funded.

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