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					Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Banks Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                 October 31, 2005
Architectural Firm:            The Architecture Company

                                                                      Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                     Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                              Sitework Improvements
                 1         2        Parking Lot - Enter/exit arrows at all parking lot/drive entrances need to be repainted at a larger size and closer to the street
                                                  Restripe all enter/exit arrows at all parking lot/drive entrances at a location that is closer to the street
                 2         2        Bus Bay - Striping in drop off zone is fading and needs restriping
                                                  Restripe entire bus bay/drop-off area
                 3         1        ADA Accessible Routes - No ADA access is provided to the existing ball field, play areas or ramada
                                                  Add new Sidewalks to provide ADA access to the existing ball field, play areas and ramada
                 4         2        Drainage/Erosion - Some landscaped areas are experiencing erosion from rainwater runoff
                                                  Add rip-rap to prevent continued erosion
                 5         2        Drainage/Erosion - Rainwater discharge from roof downspouts is undercutting sidewalks & causing erosion.
                                                  Add new sidewalk scupper
                 6         2        Fences/Walls - Gate @ southeast end of site is missing a lock possibly due to vandalism
                                                  Replace missing gate lock
                 7         2        Irrigation - Irrigation piping (PVC) connections were installed with the wrong glue and are coming apart
                                                  Repair improperly installed irrigation PVC piping connections

II                                                                                      Interior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Structure - Soffit is sagging from where soffit structure has pulled away from exterior walls and caused paint to crack
                                                Repair sagging soffit by resecuring to bearing walls. Patch & repaint soffit to match adjacent surfaces
                 2         3        Ceilings - Some ceiling tiles throughout the facility have stains due to leaks from HVAC condensate lines above
                                                Replace stained ceiling tiles with new once leaks have been repaired
                 3         4        Flooring - Rubber wall base is severely scuffed or separating from walls in a few rooms throughout the facility
                                                Replace rubber base
                 4         1        ADA Restroom Upgrades - All ADA Restrooms require new vertical grab bars to meet current ADA requirements
                                                Add new ADA vertical grab bars in handicap stalls of all ADA Restrooms
                 5         1        Walls - Pod "C" storage room has mold on the walls
                                                Abate all surfaces that contain mold / locate & repair source of moisture / Replace & refinish effected wall surfaces
                 6         2        Doors - All interior doors in need of a door sweep throughout the facility to keep snakes and other creatures out
                                                Provide new door sweeps on all interior doors throughout the facility

III                                                                                  Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Walls - Masonry control joints on the South façade of the facility near the Front Entry require recaulking
                                                Recaulk masonry control joints
                                    Walls - Expansion joint material between the building foundation and the adjacent sidewalk is deteriorating or missing and
                 2         1
                                    consequently appears to be allowing rainwater to seep into the facility along the North façade of the facility
                                                Recaulk expansion joints
                 3         2        Doors - All exterior doors have worn, torn or missing weatherstipping allowing rainwater to seep inside the facility
                                                Replace weatherstripping & door sweeps on all exterior doors throughout the facility
                 4         3        Doors - Two exterior doors at the Lounge and Band Rooms require repainting
                                                Repaint doors
                                    Roofing and Flashing - Rainwater discharge from roof downspouts is undercutting sidewalks & causing erosion at the North and
                 5         1
                                    East facades.
                                                Add new sidewalk scupper and pipe rainwater drainage to the nearest driveway or detention basin location

IV                                                                                 Equipment and Special Construction
                                    Millwork - Cabinets in Bookroom #105 are delaminating & require repair/replacement due to damage from a major water leak in
                 1         1
                                    ceiling above
                                                Replace damaged plastic laminate cabinets
                 2         2        Room Number Signage - There is no signage that indicates the room number of each room which could be confusing
                                                Install room numbers at all entrances to each room throughout the facility

V                                                                                            Mechanical Systems
                 1         3        Stains on ceiling tiles indicate leaks from condensate drain system from fan coils.
                                                Provide / repair pipe insulation to ensure 100% coverage with vapor barrier is maintained. Verify proper slope and
                                                operation of condensate drain line & drain pan.
                 2         3        Floor damage in toilet room appears to be caused by plumbing system
                                                Repair plumbing leak
                 3         3        Floor around watercloset shows signs of water damage
                                                Remove toilet, replace wax ring & secure fixture to floor
                 4         3        Solids trap is not installed level
                                                Replace piping as required to install trap level
                 5         3        Floor below boilers shows signs of leakage
                                                Repair piping leak as required

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Banks Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                 October 31, 2005
Architectural Firm:            The Architecture Company

                                                                  Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                 Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



             6         3        Floor below water heaters has standing water apparently caused by overflow or splashing from water softener.
                                            Replace floor sink grating and properly secure discharge piping over openings in the grating.
             7         3        Condensing unit refrigerant pipe insulation located exterior to building is not protected against sunlight
                                            Replace insulation and jacket insulation with aluminum
             8         2        Sensing piping between the fire pump & fire pump controller is uninsulated and subject to freezing.
                                            Install UL listed heat tracing system with insulation and jacketing on sensing lines. Obtain optional heaters for the fire
                                            pump controller
             9         3        Suction piping isolation gate valve at fire pump is leaking.
                                            Rebuild valve including replacement of stem packing.
            10         3        There is no flow control valve on the discharge from the 3-compartment sink to the exterior grease trap.
                                            Install flow control valve with vent.
                                Molded stone mop basin installed outside kitchen has loose & deteriorated vinyl plastic edge guards from UV exposure. There
            11         3        are no wall guards to protect the masonry ext. wall surface.
                                            Replace edge guards with stainless steel. Install wall guards (2).
                                Evaporative coolers serving kitchen area should be converted to a new air conditioning unit & retain the use of one evap cooler for
            12         3
                                makeup air.
                                            Recondition (1) evap cooler & retain ductwork for makeup air / install new rooftop a/c unit for basic space heating &
                                            cooling / clean louvers / modify kitchen hood to receive makeup air if needed / new roof opening & curb / demo &
                                            replace ceiling as needed

VI                                                                                     Electrical Systems
             1         2        Disconnect for the kiln has insufficient clearance.
                                           Relocate disconnect to provide code clearance.
             2         1        Fire alarm system indicates a system trouble.
                                           Repair fire alarm system to remove trouble condition.
             3         3        Per mech. Report the kitchen evaporative coolers will be replaced with new A/C unit & evap make-up air unit.
                                           Disconnect power and provide power to new A/C unit and evap make-up air unit.

VII                                                                                   General Remodeling
             1         2        PE Equipment - Play slide on existing playground equipment is cracked & broken
                                          Replace damaged play slide
             2         4        Support Facilities/Storage - One door was found damaged and requires repair & repaint/refinishing
                                          Repair door & repaint/refinish
             3         4        Support Facilities/Storage - A few doors have door sweeps that are worn or torn and require replacement
                                          Replace door sweeps
                                Support Facilities/Storage - Several support rooms have ceiling tiles that are stained due to leaks in HVAC condensate lines above
             4         4
                                          Replace stained ceiling tiles with new once leaks have been repaired
                                Support Facilities/Storage - Floor tile is worn and requires replacement in some spport rooms throughout the facility due to heavy
             5         4
                                use
                                          Replace VCT tile




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Blenman Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                August 1, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Arquitectura, Ltd

                                                                      Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                     Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                           Sitework Improvements
                 1         4        Open campus - there are two areas where fencing needs to be installed to close the campus.
                                                Install fencing in open areas @ southeast & northwest sides of school - total 80 l.f.
                 2         1        Parking Lot - handicap parking spaces are too far from the school main entry.
                                                Re-locate handicap parking spaces closer to school main entry.
                 3         3        Campus gates @ 1) south west service entry 2) west side entry & 3) parent drop-off - people
                                    parking in these areas (west parking lot) have to go around entire school to main office.
                                                Install gates with locks that can be remotely operated to allow people to enter thru
                                                these gates & not have to walk around entire school.
                 3         1        Trees in courtyard give off fruit that poses a slipping hazard & maintenance problem.
                                                Spray trees @ the time they blossom in spring with agent that deters fruit growth. This
                                                procedure will have to take place on a yearly basis. Cost per year:
                 5         4        Both kindergarten play areas contain sand. Sand is located under play equipment only. The
                                    remainder of the play area (from equipment to concrete curb) is dirt. This creates a large
                                    amount of dust during recess. Hazardous for students with respiratory problems.
                                                Install new wood chip surface under play equipment & out to concrete curbing.

II                                                                                        Interior Building Improvements
                 1         1        Existing Multi-Purpose Room / Cafeteria stage does not have a handicap access ramp. TUSD had installed
                                    a lift several years ago, but it never worked properly, so it was dismantled.
                                                 Install a new handicap ramp inside of the MPR main room or as a lean-to on the north
                                                 portion of the building. The latter may have historical code implications, but will not reduce size of MPR.
                 2         4        Ceiling tiles throughout the school are sagging.
                                                 District to review if tiles need to be replaced.
                 3         4        East and West classroom windows heat up the space excessively during morning and afternoon hours.
                                                 Install Aluminum shading devices across classroom windows on the exterior. 370 l.f. x $200 =

III                                                                                    Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         1        Existing roof is leaking, Roof was patched-only under 2000 SFB program. Roof leaks @
                                    MPR room, Kitchen, Southwest & Center classroom wings.
                                                Install new roof over entire building. 46,828 s.f. x $9.00/ s.f. =
                 2         3        Exterior Brick veneer shows efflorescence.
                                    MPR room, Kitchen, Southwest & Center classroom wings.
                                                Clean efflorescence from approximately 100 s.f. of wall area & install approximately
                                                80 l.f. of cap flashing
                 3         1        Concrete in exterior walkways is cracked in areas - severe separation at expansion joints & tripping hazard.
                                                Caulk exterior sidewalk expansion joints
                 4         4        Exterior Stage faces southwest & is too hot to be used during the day. Also, stage needs
                                    door access from library where students change & access stage.
                                                Install new fabric awning over stage area & install access door from library.

IV                                                                                  Equipment and Special Construction
                 1         4        Inadequate storage space. Wood storage cabinets for musical instruments are presently placed in the
                                    corridors. Reduces corridor width and is a code violation/fire hazard.
                                               Add a storage room for musical instruments. 200 s.f. x $ 100/ s.f.
                 2         3        Food Services assessment requirements.
                                               Hoods over oven ($ 10,000), reach-in refrigerator ( $ 5,000), safe ($ 350), walk-in freezer ($ 10,500),
                                               walk-in refrigerator ( $ 8,000), beverage/milk case refrigerator ($ 3,000), (2) hot service tables ($ 5,000),
                                               Additions/ Remodeling: additional space for additional equipment and storage ($ 12,000).

V                                                                                            Mechanical Systems
                 1         3        The library roof top AC is obsolete
                                                Replace library AC.
                 2         4        The school is not currently connected to the district wide EMSC system.
                                                Provide connection to EMCS system.
                 3         3        Kitchen is adjacent to an air-conditioned multi-purpose room.
                                                Kitchen should be provided with air conditioning.
                 4         3        Tele-communications room needs a dedicated air-conditioning unit
                                                Tele-communications room shall be provided with a dedicated air-conditioning unit.
                 5         3        Basement - This space is used as a teaching space & it is evaporative cooled. Evaporative
                                    cooler does not cool the space sufficiently.
                                                Replace evaporative cooler with new A/C unit.
                 6         4        New mechanical system installed, but old heaters were left in the walls along with piping. These

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Blenman Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                August 1, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Arquitectura, Ltd

                                                                   Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                  Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



                                                                                        Sitework Improvements
                                units take-up a large amount of space in offices or get damaged in corridors.
                                            Remove old heaters & associated piping, & patch wall openings. Approx. 26 heaters.
             7         4        Portables do not have a nearby drinking fountain or water cooler.
                                            Install drinking fountain @ portables.
             8         4        A/C unit in copy room does not work properly because room is constantly hot.
                                            Investigate cause of problem & correct.
             9         4        West / new portion of school - heating system down for 12 weeks - questionable repair.
                                            Inspect gas heater repair and patch & correct.
            10         4        The kitchen needs temperature security system.
                                            Provide temperature security system.
            11         4        Administration Offices- additional cooling/heating required with separate controls for small offices.
                                            Install mechanical unit for two small offices to reduce load.

VI                                                                                          Electrical Systems
             1         1        Multi-Purpose Room Stage - Sound & lighting systems are antiquated & do not work properly.
                                             Install new sound & lighting system with microphones & speakers.
             2         1        Mechanical system set-off electrical breakers.
                                             Upgrade electrical system as required.
             3         2        Exterior stage does not have a proper sound & lighting system.
                                             Upgrade lighting & sound system at exterior stage.
             4         1        There is little to no exterior lighting around building. There is no exterior lighting @ portables.
                                             Install new exterior lighting around building & @ portable classrooms.
             5         1        MPR / Cafeteria Room has poor lighting levels.
                                             Upgrade general lighting levels in this room.
             6         1        Exit and emergency lighting is in poor condition and outdated. Only some operate properly.
                                             Replace existing with new.
             7         2        Classrooms have insufficient receptacles.
                                             Add receptacles and circuits.
             8         2        Outdated PA system.
                                             Replace PA intercom system.
             9         2        Kitchen equipment assessment needs affect power, teldata, and security.
                                             Add power, teledata and security at kitchen.

VII                                                                                     General / Remodeling
             1         4        Administration office size is inadequate for the (3) people who work at the front desk. Also,
                                the waiting area is very small & on certain occasions, parents & students need to line-up in the
                                hall for hours.
                                            Renovate the existing administration space by relocating the small classroom elsewhere
                                            on campus & move the nurse's office into the vacant classroom & expand the
                                            administration space into the present nurse's office. 2000 s.f. x $90.00/s.f. =
             2         4        School has 6 portable structures which house 9 classrooms & 1 group restroom facility.
                                            Addition of (9) classrooms & (1) group restroom @ 10,000 s.f. x $ 100 / s.f. =
             3         4        School has a shortage of office spaces for various staff members - poses testing problem.
                                            Two abandoned mechanical rooms could be converted into (2) of the (5) offices 10'x 20'=200sf
             4         4        This school is listed as No.1 magnet school & has a waiting list. School is at capacity: 430 students.
                                Possible areas for classroom expansion: 1) Existing courtyard. 2) Area where exterior Ramada exists.
                                            Addition of (6) classrooms (900 s.f.ea) & restrooms: Total 8,000 s.f. x $ 100 / s.f. =




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Bloom Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 26, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Sakellar Associates Architects and Planners, Inc.

                                                                     Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                    Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                       Sitework Improvements
                 1         4        Open space between modular buildings and building needs landscaping and shade trees.
                                                 Provide landscaping. (7,500 sf)
                 2         4        Large bald spots in turf next to fire lane.
                                                 Repair turf. (11,000 sf)
                 3         4        Irrigation system is NOT converted to reclaimed water.

                 4         4        Exterior Building Perimeter Lighting
                                                Replace HID wall pack with HID fixture in compliance with City of Tucson/Pima County Outdoor Lighting Code (13
                 5         3        NW parking lot: seal, tack and coat.
                                                Seal, tack and coat northwest parking lot. (25,000 sf)
                 6         2        NW parking lot: has no parent pick-up/drop-off lane or area assigned.
                                                Extend parking lot to provide a parent pick-up/drop-off area for students including sidewalk. (approx. 5,000sf)
                 7         3        Fire lane requires striping.
                                                Restripe fire lane.
                 8         1        Modular GU11: 3' asphalt path is deteriorated and crumbling away
                                                Provide new ADA compliant sidewalk (approx 40 lf)1
                 9         3        Sand play area on east side of site has original metal playground equipment and is 100% exposed to sun.
                                                Provide new play equipment with shade structure.
                10         4        North landscaped area of multi purpose room: downspout has no splash block, or rocks - lots of erosion.
                                                Provide with some rip rap at downspouts in landscaped areas.(1)
                11         4        Yard outside kitchen: water ponding at concrete slab.
                                                Replace slab. (approx. 250 sf)
                12         4        Drainage away from building on east side is causing erosion across sidewalks leading to Ramada and play areas

                13         1        Outside kitchen to yard: step has no handrails or guardrails.
                                                Provide a handrail at step.
                14         4        Quite a bit of trash and debris around bike racks.
                                                General clean up and maintenance around west wing

II                                                                                        Interior Building Improvements
                 1         4        Resource Room #12B: efflorescence on brick wall from old roof leaks.
                                                 Remove efflorescence from wall. (approx. 20 lf)
                 2         2        Classroom #1: has frame for operable partition, but there is no partition.
                                                 Provide operable partition, if needed.
                 3         3        Kitchen and nurses office: wall corners damaged.
                                                 Install corner wall protections in kitchen area. (approx. 8)
                 4         3        Classroom #14: transom above door is misaligned.
                                                 Repair frame of door & transom.
                 5         2        Nurses Room #22: door to the outside closure does not work properly.
                                                 Replace closer.
                 6         2        Door to Classroom #5 doesn't close and latch on its own.
                                                 Replace closer.
                 7         1        Modular Buildings: door hardware all knob style which does not meet ADA.
                                                 Replace hardware with lever style. (3 sets)1
                 8         4        Wainscot at corridors: base grout is heavily soiled.
                                                 Install rubber base at corridors. (approx. 1,000 lf)
                 9         4        Classrooms 2-3, 5-6, 8-9, 10-11 and 14-15: Wall covering at operable partition; some areas damaged
                                                 (approx. 240 lf)
                10         4        Classrooms: hollow metal door frames and doors need to be painted.
                                                 Paint HM doors and frames (approx. 50 frames)
                11         3        Ceiling tiles in rooms 12B, 35, 20 and 21: some water damage. (15%)
                                                 Replace ceiling tiles. (approx. 130 sf)
                12         3        Ceiling tiles in Corridor #6: some water damage. (15%)
                                                 Replace ceiling tiles. (approx. 175 sf)
                13         3        Glued down ceiling tiles in library: some water damage. (15%)
                                                 Replace ceiling tiles. (approx. 360 sf)
                14         2        Modular 8: acoustical ceiling tile in poor condition (cracked, sagging, dented).
                                                 Install new acoustical ceiling tile and grid. (805 sf)1
                                    Classrooms #1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16 and library: Carpet seams in classrooms are coming up. VCT looks in
                15         3        good condition.
                                                 Replace carpet with VCT/linoleum (approx. 12,400 sf) and provide area rugs for classrooms (approx.16)
                16         2        Restrooms at classrooms 1 through 7: have old VCT (may contain asbestos).

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Bloom Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 26, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Sakellar Associates Architects and Planners, Inc.

                                                                  Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                 Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                 Problem Area Identified
 Category




                     Assigned
            Number


                      Priority
             Item




                                             Suggested Corrective Action



                                                                                         Sitework Improvements
                                            Replace VCT with sheet vinyl or ceramic tile. (approx. 225 sf)
             17         4        VCT in Classroom #7 has cracking and patching that doesn’t match field color
                                            Replace VCT floor. (approx. 850 sf)
             18         2        Classroom #12: VCT very bad shape, possible asbestos.
                                            Replace VCT floor. (approx. 850 sf)
             19         4        Classroom #14: Rubber base missing at millwork.
                                            Install rubber base along millwork. (approx. 24 lf)
             20         3        Women's Toilet #16: Sheet vinyl looks worn.
                                            Replace sheet vinyl. (approx. 120 sf)
             21         1        Corridor #6: no drinking fountain provided.
                                            Provide ADA accessible drinking fountain.
             22         1        Kitchen: door to the back: has a handle knob instead of a lever - not ADA complaint.
                                            Replace handle knob with lever.
             23         1        Storage closet doors at corridors: have handle knob instead of lever.
                                            Replace handle knob with lever. (approx. 18)
             24         1        Storage closet doors at corridors: have handle knob instead of lever.
                                            Replace handle knob with lever. (approx. 18)
             25         1        Restrooms #16, 27, 36, 40 and 41 are not ADA accessible.
                                            Remodel Women's Restroom #16 (as a unisex restroom), Boys Restroom #40 and Girls Restroom #41 to meet ADA
                                            requirements. (approx. 535 sf)
             26         1        Door to the outside of Nurse's Room #22 and Admin Office #21: threshold is not ADA complaint.
                                            Replace threshold to be ADA complaint. (2)
             27         1        Portable buildings: ramps do not meet code with respect to handrails, landings and clearances at doors.
                                            Replace ramps (3) and handrails (6) to Modular classrooms. 1
             28         4        Blinds throughout facility are old, but in good condition.
                                            No additional work required.
             29         1        Classroom #4 is missing blinds
                                            Install new cordless mini blinds (1 @ 4 ft width, 2 @ 8 feet width)
                                 Toilet accessories at sinks in classrooms, offices, kitchen, break rooms. some are damaged, others at end of useful life, others
             30         3        not working properly.
                                            Replace soap and paper towel dispenser. (approx. 25 sets)
             31                  Janitor Room #12: the cleanest and most organized janitor's closet I have ever seen!!!
                                            No additional work required.
             32         3        Toilet accessories at small classroom restrooms should be updated.
                                            Replace soap, paper towel and toilet tissue dispenser. (approx. 10 sets)
             33         3        Toilet accessories at Women's Restroom #16, Boys #40, Girls #41, Men #36 and #27 are at end of useful life.
                                            Replace soap, paper towel and toilet tissue dispenser. (approx. 10 sets)

III                                                                                Exterior Building Improvements
              1         3        Windows at small restrooms and kitchen: caulking is starting to crack and fall apart.
                                              Caulk around windows. (approx. 9)
              2         2        Modular Buildings: plywood siding and skirt is in poor condition-- sun damaged, dry rotted, and deteriorating.
                                              Install new siding. (3600 sf)1
              3         4        All glazing is un-insulated single pane in aluminum frame
                                              No work is required, but double pane windows are recommended for increased energy efficiency.
              4         1        Emergency window fire exits in the classrooms are small in size for large kids and adults.
                                              Replace existing double hung windows (pairs) with a large sliding window at each instance. (13 windows)
              5         2        Door to Classroom #15 is difficult to open and close.
                                              Replace closer.
              6         1        Doors hardware at Modular Buildings are all knob style, which does not meet ADA regulations.
                                              Replace door hardware (3 sets).1
              7         4        Modular Buildings: Doors and frames need paint.
                                              Repaint doors and frames (3).1
              8         2        Gutters: in many areas are warped, damaged, plugged with debris, and some water ponding and rusting..
                                              Replace gutters & downspouts where damaged.
                                 Ridge on roof top of Classroom #8: roofing material is coming loose and there is evidence of some water ponding close to the
              9         2        Multi-Purpose Room.
                                              Determine cause of water ponding and mend roofing material and top coat.
             10         2        Flashing and metal caps: paint starting to wear off in some areas. Some metal caps coming loose.
                                              Reattach metal caps where needed, and repaint flashing.
             11         2        Roof material at edges, curbs, gutters and corners is starting to crack (3,600 sf).
                                              Provide roof top coat and maintenance.
             12         2        Multi-Purpose Room and Library roof: silver coating is fading and cracking in several areas, especially close to parapets (6,375 sf).

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Bloom Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 26, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Sakellar Associates Architects and Planners, Inc.

                                                                  Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                 Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



                                           Provide roof top coat and maintenance. Sitework Improvements
            13         1        No roof hatch with ladder provided.
                                           Provide a roof hatch with fixed ladder for maintenance.

IV                                                                              Equipment and Special Construction
             1         3        Resource Rooms #12A and #12B: chalkboards at end of useful life.
                                            Replace chalkboards with 4'x12' whiteboards (2).
             2         3        Map rails at corridors: several have no cork left, some are damaged and at end of useful life.
                                            Replace map rails. (approx. 300 lf)
             3         3        Classrooms have chalkboards, but no whiteboards.
                                            Provide one 4'x12' whiteboard per classroom. (approx. 16)
             4         3        Classrooms have tack boards at end of useful life.
                                            Replace one tack board in each classroom (16).
             5         3        Booster Heater is at end of useful life.
                                            Replace Booster Heater.
             6         3        Dish machine is at end of useful life.
                                            Replace dish machine with Hobart 15 select tall
             7         3        Hoods over oven are at end of useful life.
                                            Replace hood over oven.
             8         4        Kitchen has no individual entry security system.
                                            Provide an entry security system for kitchen area.
             9         3        There is no temperature security system.
                                            Provide with a temperature security system.
            10         3        Walk in freezer is at end of useful life.
                                            Replace walk in freezer.
            11         3        Walk in refrigerator is at end of useful life.
                                            Replace walk in refrigerator.
            12         3        Combi oven/steamer is at end of useful life.
                                            Replace combi oven/steamer.
            13         4        Dry storage has no air temperature control.
                                            Provide with a temperature control at dry storage area (split AC unit).
            14         4        Storage area is not sufficient.
                                            Add storage area (approx. 200sf)
            15         3        Reach in refrigerator is at end of useful life.
                                            Replace reach-in refrigerator.
            16         3        Hot service tables are at end of useful life.
                                            Replace hot service tables.
            17         3        Kitchen area has insufficient area.
                                            Add approx. 500 sf of kitchen area.
            18         4        There is no wall/floor safe.
                                            Provide with a wall/floor safe.
            19         4        Room #17, classrooms, library and administration: countertops chipped.
                                            Replace countertops. (approx.450 lf)
            20         3        Some millwork damaged and missing handles in Classroom #4.
                                            Repair and replace hardware. (8 sets)
            21         2        Modular M8: Tele-data box creating a very loud buzzing noise that is not conducive to learning.
                                            Determine and repair cause for noise.1

V                                                                                        Mechanical Systems
                                Bloom has an existing Johnson Controls Metasys EMCS to control the boiler and chiller systems. The Metasys EMCS was
                                installed in 1991. The air handlers are either multi-zone or single zone air handlers with pneumatic controls for the zones and
                                pneumatic control valves in the piping to the air handlers. The air handler fan motors are controlled by the EMCS using three
                                zones and relays in the electrical circuits. The face of the Johnson Control Panel in the chiller room has override timers to start
                                the system after hours. A plate and frame heat exchanger is installed with the chiller system. The existing EMCS is 14 years old
             1         4        and ASHRAE estimates the useful life as 15 years.
                                             Provide new EMCS to control HVAC system. Provide communication connection to district wide EMCS.
                                Clean inside existing air handlers and ductwork. Inside units and ductwork is covered with dust. Clean coils and condensate
                                drain pans. Units were installed in 1972 with the original building and are 33 years old. ASHRAE lists a 25 year normal useful life
             2         1        but experience in this area indicates air handlers lasting 45 to 50 years is not uncommon if properly maintained.
                                             23 Air Handlers at 10 hours each
             3         1        Provide New Exhaust in Janitors Room

             4         2        Provide new make-up air unit for the Kitchen. Existing make up air unit has reached the end of it's useful life.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Bloom Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 26, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Sakellar Associates Architects and Planners, Inc.

                                                                   Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                  Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



                                                                                    Sitework
                                          Make-up air unit, natural gas piping and electrical. Improvements
             5         3        Replace existing evaporative cooler for the mechanical room.

                                Replace existing 100 ton chiller. Existing chiller is the original chiller installed in 1972 and has reached the end of it's useful life.
                       2
             6                  New chiller will be more efficient and quieter
                                            Demo chiller, new chiller, associated piping, controls and balancing.
             7         3        Replace existing cooling towers. Existing towers were installed in 1991 and are near the end of their useful life.
                                            New cooling tower with fan speed control, piping and controls.
             8         3        Clean and recondition existing plate and frame heat exchanger in chiller room.

             9         2        Provide refrigerant monitor in chiller room with exhaust system

            10         1        Improve air conditioning to two portable classrooms and remove two window units in each.
                                           Existing window units are noisy and do not provide ventilation air requirements.
                                Provide new control dampers in the outside air intakes for the air handlers. Existing installation has damper actuators installed on
            11         3
                                balancing dampers.
                                           23 dampers installed.
            12         4        Clean the mezzanine space above the corridor and cover existing louvers to reduce the dust entering the mezzanine space.

            13         3        Toilet Exhaust fans have reached the end of their useful life. Replace classroom toilet exhaust fans and toilet room exhaust fans.
                                           10 small toilet room fans, 4 general toilet room exhaust fans and 2 kitchen exhaust fans.
                                Provide new air conditioning unit for the Kitchen. Remove the existing evaporative cooler and cooking hood. Provide new
                       4
            14                  cooking hood with lower outside air requirement.
                                           Air Conditioning unit, Cooking Hood, Exhaust Fan, natural gas piping and electrical.
            15         3        Replace Classroom Sinks, Existing Sinks have lost grazing
                                           16 to be replaced
            16         2        Replace Lavatory in Toilet Rm, Existing Lavs have lost Grazing or Have Rusting
                                           20 to be replaced
            17         3        Replace existing urinals which have lost glazing and reached end of their useful life.
                                           4 Urinals to be replaced
            18         3        Replace old Water Closets
                                           2 of the water closets are old & not 1.6 gpf.
            19         3        Replace drinking fountains
                                           5 drinking fountains are damaged or Glazing is worn out.
            20         1        Provide Reduced Pressure Back Flow Preventer for Chemical Sanitizing Station in Janitors Closet.
                                           One location requires back flow preventer.
            21         1        Provide vacuum breakers on all hose bibbs.

            22         1        Replace small electric water heaters which have reached the end of the normal life.
                                           2 water heaters
            23         3        Replace sinks which have reached the end of their useful life.
                                           2 sinks to be replaced
            24         3        Replace service sink and faucet with vacuum breaker type faucet.
                                           1 location
            25         3        Provide grease trap for the Kitchen.

            26                  The existing building does not have fire sprinklers.


VI                                                                                         Electrical Systems
             1         2        General:
                                           Provide name plate and update panel schedule for all panels and distribution equipment
             2         1        Library #39:
                                           Provide covers to floor receptacles (8 Total)
             3         4        Library #39:
                                           Replace emergency wall packs (8 Total)
             4         4        Staff Lounge #5:
                                           Replace 1x8 (2) lamp T12 strip lights with 1x8 (4) lamp T8 (3 Total)
             5         4        Classrooms #3 thru 17:
                                           Replace 1x8 (2) lamp T12 strip lights width 1x8 (4) lamp T8 (12 Total)
             6         2        Classrooms #1 thru 3:
                                           Replace 1x8 (2) lamp T12 strip lights with 1x8 (4) lamp T8 (36 Total)
             7         1        Classrooms 1 thru 3:

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Bloom Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 26, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Sakellar Associates Architects and Planners, Inc.

                                                                  Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                 Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



                                                                                       Sitework Improvements
                                           Provide emergency egress lighting at exterior door (2 Total)
             8         1        Library #39:
                                           Provide emergency egress lights (3 Total)
             9         4        Library #39:
                                           Replace 1x8 (2) lamp T12 strip lights with 1x8 (4) lamp T8 (12 Total)
            10         4        Library #39:
                                           Replace 1x8 (2) lamp T12 strip lights with 1x8 (4) lamp T8 (12 Total)
            11         1        Library #39:
                                           Replace emergency egress light packs (3 Total)
            12         1        Stage #25:
                                           Provide emergency egress light packs (2 Total)
            13         1        Kitchen power requirements is insufficient.
                                           Provide additional GFCI quadraplex receptacles to accommodate appliances (4 total)
            14         1        Main Entry:
                                           Provide emergency lighting (1 Total)
            15         4        Corridors #6, 5, 34, and 47:
                                           Replace 1x8 (2) lamp T12 strip lights with 1x8 (4) lamp T8 (40 Total)
            16         1        Kitchen #30:
                                           Provide smoke detector (2 Total)
            17         1        Kitchen #30:
                                           Provide visual fire alarm (1 Total)
            18         1        Classrooms #1 thru 3:
                                           Provide visual fire alarm device (3 Total)
            19         1        Classrooms #1 thru 3:
                                           Provide pull station at exterior door (2 Total)
            20         4        There is no data cabling in kitchen area.
                                           Provide upgraded data wiring to accommodate kitchen needs.

VII                                                                                    General/Remodeling
             1         4        Ramada near Modular 13 needs repainting.
                                         Repaint ramada. (850 sf)

             2         1        North play sand bay: sand level low and compact.
                                             Replace sand with manufactured wood chips. (approx. 3,000 sf)
             3         1        Northeast play sand bay: sand level low and compact.
                                             Replace sand with manufactured wood chips. (approx. 3,300 sf)
             4         1        West play sand bay: sand level low and compact.
                                             Replace sand with manufactured wood chips. (approx. 2,750 sf)
             5         1        West play sand bay: old style rings play equipment creates pinch/amputation hazard.
                                             Remove set of rings.
             6         3        Some play equipment has no plastic coating and may be unsafe.
                                             Replace playground equipment.
             7         3        Exit off stage blocked by stored items. Not enough storage provided.
                                             Provide storage for stage items. (50 sf)
             8         3        Bloom has no activity/community room.
                                             Add a community/activity room and related sitework. (approx. 3,500sf)
             9         2        Visitors must walk through hall before getting to the office and office has no visibility to the main entrance.
                                             Reconfigure offices and hallway, so visitors are greeted at the administration, and administration has visibility to the
            10         3        Storage Room #7: needs shelving.
                                             Install shelves. (approx. 30 lf)
            11         3        Portable facilities are at end of useful life, have ADA deficiencies and disrupt the flow of the campus.
                                             Replace portable buildings with addition of 3 classrooms with support areas to the school (approx. 3000 sf)




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Bonillas Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 14, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Swaim Associates

                                                                     Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                    Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                           Sitework Improvements
                 1         3        Asphalt parking has cracks and binder is deteriorating.
                                                Crack fill and seal coat all asphalt parking areas.
                 2         3        Broken / cracked sidewalks on pedestrian routes.
                                                Replace broken concrete sidewalk sections on pedestrian routes.
                 3         4        Play court striping faded, some bent and broken basketball backboards / rims.
                                                Clean and recoat / re-stripe play courts and replace broken basketball backboards and rims.
                 4         4        Sand play areas have compacted sand and areas low.
                                                Replace sand with wood chips.
                 5         3        Misc. bent chain link gates and long sections where bottom of fabric is bowed out and not secured.
                                                Repair gates, bent posts and re-secure fabric at north boundary.
                 6         3        Soil erosion occurring at roof discharge, west end and at northwest corner. Scuppers full.
                                                Clean sidewalk scuppers and install additional rip rap / erosion control.
                 7         4        3 Ramadas, wood construction require painting.
                                                Repaint ramadas.
                 8         3        3 Portable classrooms, missing wood trim and require painting (1) is a double.
                                                Replace wood trim and repaint portables.
                 9         4        Large dry areas throughout play fields, uneven areas, d.g. areas thin and overgrown.
                                                Selective head adjustments, fertilize turf and supplement d.g. areas.

II                                                                                       Interior Building Improvements
                 1         4        Carpet is soiled and stained throughout.
                                                 Replace soiled carpet.
                 2         4        Lobby VCT showing vertical displacement.
                                                 Level substrate and install new VCT in Lobby area.
                 3         4        Interior painting - overall in good condition - door frames and trim are nicked.
                                                 Repaint interior trim and selected walls.
                 4         4        Ceiling tiles overall in good condition. They are all slightly sagged and some are chipped.
                                                 Replace selected ceiling tiles.
                 5         3        Door hardware finish is deteriorated on all lever handles. Locks require adjustment. Doors rub frames.
                                                 Replace locksets and make hardware and door adjustments throughout.
                 6         3        Toilet partitions damaged, misc. broken tiles, missing soap dispensers.
                                                 Repair selected partitions and make other repairs.
                 7         2        Adult ADA restroom has incorrect toilet.
                                                 Replace toilet with correct model.
                 8         2        1 Set of student restrooms has modified toilet stalls but is not full ADA compliant. Lower hand dryers.
                                                 Review fixture count and if possible modify one set of restrooms.
                 9         2        Holes in basement ceiling where boiler is located.
                                                 Repair holes in ceiling.
                10         4        Classroom cabinet doors have chipped doors and require adjustment. Most cabinets are serviceable.
                                                 Replace damaged doors and make adjustments.
                11         3        Plaster cracks in restroom of Classrooms 19 and 20.
                                                 Repair cracks and repaint.

III                                                                                     Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Exterior is brick masonry. There are several holes, broken brick and cracks that require repair.
                                                Repair brick to prevent water penetration.
                 2         3        Glazing compound is cracked, and broken out in limited areas.
                                                Remove old glazing compound and reinstall new.
                 3         4        Building trim, fascias, windows are in fair condition.
                                                Repaint select exterior doors and trim in most weathered locations.
                 4         3        Wood trim at original Kitchen requires painting.
                                                Paint wood trim at Kitchen.
                 5         3        Exterior wood doors at Courtyard are weathered and rub frames.
                                                Replace exterior wood doors.
                 6         3        Exterior doors have missing seals and weatherstripping.
                                                Replace exterior weatherstripping on doors.
                 7         3        Roof appears to be in good condition, there are signs of small leaks, some flashings require caulking.
                                                Recaulk counterflashings.
                 8         4        Metal roof on Library is peeling.
                                                Stabilize peeling, prime and paint.
                 9         1        Missing handrail at northwest stair to mechanical.
                                                Replace handrail at stair.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Bonillas Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 14, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Swaim Associates

                                                                  Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                 Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



                                                                                    Sitework Improvements
IV                                                                            Equipment and Special Construction
             1         4        Miscellaneous food service equipment deficiencies
                                           Provide and install food service equipment per TUSD food services list.
             2         2        Selected chalk and tackboards missing at north wing.
                                           Replace missing chalk and tackboards.

V                                                                                         Mechanical Systems
             1                  Multipurpose Room is evap cooled.
                                            Install air conditioning in Multipurpose Room.
             2                  Kitchen range hood is old and room is evaporative cooled.
                                            Install new hood, exhaust fan and new AC unit for kitchen.
             3                  Air conditioning unit serving Data Room is old and in poor condition.
                                            Replace Data Room air conditioning unit.
             4                  Thermostat for make-up air unit in kitchen damaged.
                                            Replace make-up air unit thermostat.
             5                  Urinals & flush valves in two (2) boys toilets are old & do not meet current standards.
                                            Replace seven (7) urinals & flush valves.
             6                  Three (3) drinking fountains are damaged and unrepairable.
                                            Replace three (3) drinking fountains.
             7                  Plumbing fixtures in handicap toilet do not meet ADA requirements.
                                            Upgrade plumbing fixtures to meet ADA requirements.

VI                                                                                           Electrical Systems
             1         1        1x4 light fixtures in classrooms near windows are not securely supported
                                             Reattach light fixtures. Provide additional support to structure if required.
             2         1        A significant number of emergency battery lights are not operational. Most fixtures are at end of useable life.
                                             Replace emergency battery lights, except in Activity Building.
             3         1        Kitchen electrical receptacle outlets are not GFCI type. 2002 NEC Article 210.8 requires GFCI protection.
                                             Replace wiring devices in Kitchen w/GFCI type devices.
             4         1        Computer Room power plug strips are daisy chained.
                                             Add permanent receptacle outlets so each plug strip can be plugged into permanent outlet. (Owner should provide
                                             new plug strips with longer cords so that each plug strip location can plug into wall receptacle. Cost of plug strips with
                                             longer cords is not included in this line item.)
             5         2        Most classroom clocks reading wrong time.
                                             Repair clock system. Replace secondaries when needed.
             6         3        Light fixture lenses damaged in Library lobby.
                                             Repair damage.
             7         3        Exterior light fixtures damaged at two locations on new Activity Building.
                                             Repair damage.
             8         4        Interior light fixtures in main building are old technology T12 lamps.
                                             Relamp and re-ballast existing light fixtures with T8 lamps and electronic ballasts.
             9         4        No occupancy sensing lighting control system exists.
                                             Provide occupancy sensing light switching system.
            10         4        No security system in kitchen.
                                             Add security and temperature control system in kitchen. Add data cabling.

VII                                                                                      General/Remodeling
             1         3        Multi-Purpose Building is evaporative cooled.
                                            Install air conditioning in Multi-Purpose Room. (Designed during the SFB Projects.)
             2         4        Old boiler is still in place.
                                            Remove unused equipment. (Only possible if MPR is air-conditioned.)
             3         4        Kitchen is evaporative cooled.
                                            Install air conditioning in Kitchen, change out hood.
             4         1        Miscellaneous ADA deficiencies outlined in CDG Report.
                                            Correct deficiencies.




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Booth-Fickett Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                August 1-3, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Welman Sperides Mickelberg Architects

                                                                     Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                    Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet

                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                          Sitework Improvements
                                                BOOTH Portion of School
                 1         1        ADA Parking striping and ramp need repair
                                                Restripe ADA parking -- Repair ramp
                 2         1        Ramp on westside needs replacement
                                                Replace ramp on westside (50 sq. ft. of concrete)
                 3         1        Handrail at ramp -- ADA accessible route is not adequate
                                                Replace or extend handrail at ramp for ADA accessible route
                 4         4        Ponding at east entrance -- Water drainage into building at SE entrance, damaging existing floor tile
                                                Replace VCT flooring (100 sq.ft.)
                 5         4        Serious drainage issues at courtyard
                                                Provide catch basin and drain line (50 lin.ft. of drain line)
                 6         4        Basketball court needs resurfacing
                                                Resurface basketball court
                 7         4        Motego Drive Speed bumps not per City of Tucson Standards
                                                Add new City of Tucson Compliant Speed Bumps (Total of 6)
                 8         4        Motego Drive pavement is cracked and needs maintenance
                                                Fill cracks and chip seal exisitng asphalt (Total of 15,000 sq.ft.)

                                                 FICKETT Portion of School
                 1         4        Ponding at delivery loading dock
                                               Provide adequate drainage - eliminate ponding by adding a new trench drain (Total of 60 lin.ft.)
                 2         4        NE Parking lot asphalt needs to be crack sealed and recoated
                                               Crack seal and recoat NE parking lot (Total of 20,000 sq.ft.)
                 3         1        Need guard on playground retaining wall
                                               Provide guard on playground retaining wall (Total of 600 sq.ft.)
                 4         4        Drainage problems in courtyard and around building
                                               Provide adequate drainage by adding area drains (Total of 8 and 300 lin.ft. of drain piping)
                 5         1        Barbed wire fence at main drop-off garden between Admin. and portable
                                               Remove barbed wire
                 6         4        Track oval, baseball and softball fields in need of repairs
                                               Repair track oval, baseball and softball fields
                 7         4        Motego Drive Speed bumps not per City of Tucson Standards
                                               Add new City of Tucson Compliant Speed Bumps (Total of 6)
                 8         4        Motego Drive pavement is cracked and needs maintenance
                                               Fill cracks and chip seal exisitng asphalt (Total of 15,000 sq. ft.)

II                                                                                    Interior Building Improvements
                                                 BOOTH Portion of School
                 1         4        Classroom 2 -- Floor tile needs replacement
                                               Replace damaged floor tile (Total of 300 sq.ft.)
                 2         4        Corridor outside Classroom 3 -- Sprinkler head needs cleaning
                                               Clean sprinkler head
                 3         4        Classrooms 4 ,5,6 and 940 Storage Room -- Entry doors stick
                                               Eliminate sticking of entry doors by adjusting door hardware
                 4         4        Boys Toilet 937 and Girls Toilet 944 -- Water damaged ceiling tiles
                                               Replace damaged ceiling tiles (Total of 200 sq.ft.)
                 5         4        Classroom 8 -- 2 ceiling tiles missing
                                               Replace missing ceiling tiles (Total of 200 sq.ft.)
                 6         4        Classroom 10 -- Door does not latch
                                               Repair/replace door latch
                 7         4        Women's Toilet 918 -- Leak in ceiling
                                               Repair leak in ceiling
                 8         4        Classrooms 7,9,11,12,13,14 -- Carpet stained
                                               Replace carpet (Total of 5,000 sq.ft.)
                 9         4        Classroom 104 -- VCT flooring needs replacement
                                               Replace VCT flooring (Total of 1,200 sq.ft.)

                                               FICKETT Portion of School
                 1         4        Stained carpet in Main Office, Faculty Rm 603, Sci Tech Rm
                                               Replace carpet (Total of 150 sq.ft.)
                 2         4        VCT flooring needs replacement--Rms 39,41,43,44,45,47,55,57,623,1781, Corridors 124,331


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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Booth-Fickett Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                August 1-3, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Welman Sperides Mickelberg Architects

                                                                 Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet

                                 Problem Area Identified
 Category




                     Assigned
            Number


                      Priority
             Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



                                             Replace VCT flooring (Total of 10,000 sq.ft.)Sitework Improvements
              3         4        Water stained ceiling tile -- Library 712 and Corridor, Rms 18,137,756,764,56
                                             Replace ceiling tiles (Total of 2,000 sq.ft.)
              4         4        Girls' Locker Rm mirror broken
                                             Replace mirror
              5         4        Lockset on door at Boy's Locker Rm broken
                                             Replace lockset
              6         1        Door thresholds at Vestibule 761 not ADA compliant
                                             Provide ADA compliant threshold
              7         4        Door to Classroom 17 will not unlock
                                             Repair/replace door lock
              8         4        Chipped ceramic base tile in Kitchen
                                             Replace ceramic base tile (Total of 3 ft.)
              9         1        Old trench drain covers -- Rms 50 and 51
                                             Remove and fill with concrete (20 cu.ft. of concrete)
             10         1        Broken glass in Classroom 39 exterior door
                                             Replace glass
             11         1        Modular sink/laboratory units Rms 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57 should be relocated to edge of rms
                                             Relocate modular sink and laboratory units

III                                                                               Exterior Building Improvements
                                              BOOTH Portion of School
              1         4        Brick needs to be cleaned and resealed
                                            Clean and reseal brick (30,000 sq.ft.)
              2         4        Condensate dripping from A/C unit on east side roof
                                            Repair condensate line
              3         1        Roof over 10 years old
                                            Replace roof (Total of 36,400 sq.ft.)
              4         4        South portable needs to be repainted
                                            Repaint south portable

                                             FICKETT Portion of School
              1         1        Portable -- no thresholds, no landings and no handrails at ramps
                                             Provide ADA compliant thresholds, handrails and landings
              2         1        Roof over 10 years old
                                             Replace roof (Total of 145,600 sq.ft.)
              3         4        Portable -- needs to be repainted
                                             Repaint portable
              4         4        West side canopy fascia needs to be repainted
                                             Repaint canopy fascia
              5         4        Canopy roof needs to be resealed
                                             Reseal canopy roof to wall with flashing
              6         4        Brick control joint needs to be recaulked
                                             Recaulk brick control joint
              7         4        Fencing/walls need cleaning and painting
                                             Repaint fencing and walls
              8         1        Building columns in the way of handrailing
                                             `

IV                                                                             Equipment and Special Construction l
                                               BOOTH Portion of School
              1         4        Kitchen is lacking a combination oven-steamer
                                             Provide new oven-steamer in the Kitchen
              2         4        Kitchen dishmachine needs to be replaced
                                             Provide new dish mahnine in the Kitchen
              3         4        Entry doors in the Kitchen are inadequate
                                             Replace entry doors in Kitchen with new
              4         4        Kitchen freezer is inadequate
                                             Provide new Walk-in Freezer in the Kitchen
              5         4        Kitchen Refrigerator is inadequate
                                             Provide new Walk-in and Reach-in Refrigerators
              6         4        Kitchen is missing a beverage or milk case refrigerator


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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Booth-Fickett Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                August 1-3, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Welman Sperides Mickelberg Architects

                                                                Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                               Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet

                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                           Suggested Corrective Action



                                                                                   Sitework Improvements
                                           Provide new beverage or milk case refrigerator
             7         4        Kitchen hot service tables are inadequate
                                           Provide new hot service tables
             8         4        Kitchen has no safe
                                           Provide new safe in the Kitchen

V                                                                                         Mechanical Systems
                                               BOOTH Portion of School
             1         3        School served by multi-zone air handlers, very old, and past their useful life
                                            Replace with dedicated chilled water fan coil units for each classroom
             2         3        Restroom lavatories have old mechanical faucets
                                            Replace faucets
             3         3        Toilets are tank style
                                            Replace with flush valve for longevity
             4         3        EMCS system appears out of date and does not meet TUSD standards
                                            Replace EMCS system
             5         3        Abandon mechanical equipment, chiller, and boilers located in Mech. Rm near kitchen should be removed
                                            School would have additional storage space
             6         3        Type 1 kitchen range hood not the right size; hood does not have proper clearances around kitchen equip.
                                            Replace Kitchen hood
             7         4        Kitchen is evaporative cooled
                                            Provide air conditioning in Kitchen
             8         4        Tele-communication Room does not have dedicated air conditioning unit
                                            Provide air conditioning unit
             9         3        Air cooled chiller is beyond its useful life
                                            Provide new chiller
            10         4        Administration Building served by two air handlers located in a Mechanical Room -- 2-pipe system
                                            Replace with 4-pipe system for better control
            11         3        Heating water pumps beyond their useful life
                                            Replace heating water pipes
            12         4        Boilers not installed per Arizona State boiler code. Improper clearance around boiler
                                            Install boiler to meet Arizona Boiler Codes
            13         3        Pumps approaching their useful life
                                            Replace and install in doors, if possible, to extend their expected life
            14         4        Kitchen is adjacent to an air conditioned multipurpose room
                                            Provide air conditioning to kitchen, modify kitchen hood and make-up air as required
            15         1        Evaporative cooler in Mech. Rm 749 runs continuously--locker rooms evaporative cooled
                                            Add air conditioning to locker rooms
            16         3        Noisy A/C unit in nurse area toilet
                                            Repair/replace A/C unit
            17         4        Temperature Security System needed in Kitchen
                                            Provide Temperature Security System
            18         4        Kitchen needs new dishmachine
                                            Modify plumbing as required for installation
            19         4        Kitchen needs new combi oven
                                            Modify plumbing and mechanical system to install combi oven

                                              FICKETT Portion of School
             1         4        Abandon chilled water fan coil units left in ceiling from previous construction
                                           Units should be removed and ceiling cleaned up to minimize confusion for maintenance personnel
             2         3        Boy’s Restroom-106 lavatories faucets not working properly
                                           Replace faucets
             3         3        Water closets are tank style in lieu of flush valve
                                           Replace with flush valve for longevity
             4         4        Tele-communication Room needs dedicated air conditioning unit
                                           Provide dedicated AC unit
             5         3        Boy’s bathroom 170- lavatories faucets are mechanical faucets
                                           Replace with IR sensor faucets
             6         3        Drinking fountains in corridors are damaged
                                           Replace drinking fountains
             7         3        Restroom exhaust fans are not functioing properly
                                           Replace exhaust fans school-wide


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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Booth-Fickett Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                August 1-3, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Welman Sperides Mickelberg Architects

                                                                  Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                 Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet

                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



             8         4                                                                 Sitework Improvements
                                School controlled with local thermostats in each classroom
                                             Replace thermostats with sensors connect to district wide EMCS system
             9         4        Science Room 54 does not have an established emergency eyewash station
                                             Provided emergency eyeswash station
            10         3        Portions of piping insulation for air handler 1 is in disrepair
                                            Replace required insulation
            11         4        All of package units on roof not provided with correct sized outside air to each package unit. Classrooms may not be provided
                                with adequate fresh air
                                            Investigate and provide air balance. Replace OA hoods as required
            12         4        School does not untilize reclaimed water
                                            Provide connection and modifications to use reclaim water
            13         3        HVAC in science wing not working properly
                                            Investigate and resolve cooling problem
            14                  Kitchen needs Temperature Security System
                                            Provide Temperature Security System

VI                                                                                        Electrical Systems
                                               BOOTH Portion of School
             1         1        No fire alarm strobe installed - Rms 103,104,804,805,809,14,13,824,918,919,
                                            Provide fire alarm strobes (24 total)
             2         1        No intercom speaker installed - Rms 103,104,817,11,100,929
                                            Provide intercom speakers (6 Total)
             3         1        No pull station installed - Rm 809
                                            Provide pull station (1 Total)
             4         1        No security installed - Rms 809,13,824,817,9,12,949,914,937
                                            Provide motion detectors (9 Total)
             5         1        Heat detector not installed - Rm 809
                                            Provide heat detector (1 Total)
             6         4        Code clearance issues with disconnect switch - Rms 805,814,811,Mech Yard
                                            Relocate disconnects (4 Total)
             7         4        Panels 8B,BEM,BEML old - Rm 808,SES yard
                                            Upgrade Panel (3 Total)
             8         1        Receptacle broken - Rom 824
                                            Repair receptacle (1 Total)
             9         4        Tele/data outlets broken - Rm 824
                                            Repair tele/data outlets (2 Total)
            10         1        No exit sign installed - Rm 817
                                            Provide exit sign (1 Total)
            11         2        Receptacles within 6ft of any water source need to be GFCI protected or labled as protected - Rm 817, Mech Yard
                                            Replace receptacles (5 Total)
            12         1        No tele/data installed - Rm 817
                                            Provide tele/data (2 Total)
            13         1        No clock installed - Rms 817,7,Portables
                                            Provide clock (3 Total)
            14         4        Cover plates missing from receptacles - Rm 11
                                            Provide cover plates (2 Total)
            15         1        Light switch not working - Rms 923,11
                                            Repair light switch (2 Total)
            16         1        Lighting photocell old and in wrong location - Mech Yard
                                            Replace/relocate photocell to northside of wall (1 Total)
            17         1        Fire alarm panel need additional cards
                                            Provide additional fire alarm cards for devices added (2 total)
            18         1        No power installed for oven hood in Kitchen
                                            Provide cricuits and and disconnect for hood (1 Total)
            19         1        No power installed for dishwasher in Kitchen
                                            Provide cricuits and and disconnst for dishwasher (1 Total)
            20         1        Existing Electrical service may be inadequate in Kitchen
                                            Provide electrical service analysis to determine services needed
            21         1        GENERAL - LIGHTING/SECURITY LIGHTING UPGRADE - SITE AND KITCHEN
                                            All lighting, strips, 2x4, 1x4 have T12 lamping - Upgrade lighting to utilize T8 lamping based on 40fc 10 light fixtures
                                            per 1000 sq.ft. overall site (34,658 sq.ft.)
                                            Relocate disconnect switch


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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Booth-Fickett Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                August 1-3, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Welman Sperides Mickelberg Architects

                                                                  Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                 Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet

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                                                                                         Sitework Improvements
                                               BOOTH - FICKETT Administration Portion of School
             1         1        No fire alarm strobe installed - Rms
                                            Provide fire alarm strobes (21 Total)
             2         1        No intercom speaker installed - Rms 620,709
                                            Provide intercom speaker (2 total)
             3         1        Horn/strobe not installed - Rms 766,767
                                            Provide horn/strobe (2 Total)
             4         1        No security installed - Rms 620,715
                                            Provide motion detector (2 Total)
             5         1        Junction box missing cover plate - Rms 633,16a,16b,715,765
                                            Provide cover plate (6 Total)
             6         3        Code clearance issues with panel T - Rm 765
                                            Relocate panel or equipment (1 Total)
             7         4        Data wiring exposed - Rms 648,15,760,764,744,26,22,506,504
                                            Repair exposed data wiring (9 Total)
             8         1        Receptacle broken - Rms 621,750
                                            Repair receptacle (7 Total)
             9         2        Panel 5FA door handle broken
                                            Replace door handle (1 Total)
            10         1        No exit sign installed - Rm 633
                                            Provide exit sign (1 Total)
            11         1        No tele/data installed - Rms 623,621,712
                                            Provide tele/data (6 total)
            12         1        No clock installed - Rms 621,16a,709
                                            Provide clock (3 Total)
            13         1        GENERAL - LIGHTING UPGRADE, SITE
                                            All lighting, strips, 2x4, 1x4 have T12 lamping - Upgrade lighting to utilize T8 lamping based on 40fc 10 light fixtures
                                            per 1000 sq.ft. overall site (79,302 sq.ft.)

                                               FICKETT Portion of School
             1         1        No fire alarm strobe installed - Rms 406,408,412,414,229,21,115,113,314
                                            Provide fire alarm strobe (9 Total)
             2         1        No security installed - Rm 404
                                            Provide motion detector (1 Total)
             3         1        No exit sign installed - Rm 207
                                            Provide exit sign (1 Total)
             4         1        No tele/data installed - Rms 223,214,212,55,306
                                            Provide tele/data (5 Total)
             5         4        Cover plates missing from receptacles - Rm 57
                                            Provide cover plates (3 Total)
             6         1        Fire alarm panel need additional cards
                                            Provide additional fire alarm cards for devices added (1 Total)
             7         1        GENERAL - LIGHTING/SECURITY LIGHTING UPGRADE - SITE
                                            All lighting, strips, 2x4, 1x4 have T12 lamping - Upgrade lighting to utilize T8 lamping based on 40fc 10 light fixtures
                                            per 1000 sq.ft. overall site (90,208 sq.ft.)

VII                                                                                  General/Remodeling
             1         4        Current Food Serving area is inadequate
                                           Redesign and remodel Food Serving Area
             2         4        Current Kitchen Storage Area is not large enough
                                           Remodel existing Kitchen Storage Area to include adjacent MPR Storage




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Borman Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                August 12, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Welman Sperides Mickelberg Architects

                                                                     Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                    Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet

                                    Problem Area Identified
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                        Assigned
               Number


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                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                         Sitework Improvements
                 1         4        Parking Lot needs to be resealed
                                               Fill cracks in asphalt and reseal Parking Lot (Total of 15,000 sq. ft.)
                 2         1        Inadequate drainage at both ends of courtyard
                                               Add trench drains at both ends of courtyard (Total of 20 lin.ft.)
                 3         1        Inadequate drainage around building
                                               Take roof drains off underground drainage systems, discharge to grade, redirect water
                 4         1        Inadequate student drop off for parents in the parking lot
                                               Enlarge existing parking lot to include a new cicular drive adjacent to new sidewalk

ll                                                                                    Interior Building Improvements
                 1         2        Doors 58F, 59F, 58A and 59A have 1" gap underneath
                                                Need thresholds and door bottoms (Total of 4)
                 2         2        Doors 59B, 59D, 59C and 59E have old exit devices that pinch when used
                                                Replace with new exit devices (Total of 4)
                 3         4        Rm 25 -- closet door lock needs to be repaired
                                                Repair closet door lock
                 4         4        Library -- Plastic laminate countertop edging needs to be repaired
                                                Repair plastic laminate edging
                 5         4        Rm 39A -- Door won't close
                                                Adjust hardware
                 6         4        Administrative Office - There is no way to control access to administrative areas
                                                Provide millwork gates at counter (Total of 2)

    III                                                                               Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         4        Ramada fascia needs to be repaired and repainted
                                               Repair fascia and repaint Ramada
                 2         1        Outside of Doors 58F and 59F -- drainage runs into building
                                               Replace sidewalks with new to redirect drainage away from doors (Total of 1,500 sq. ft.)
                 3         1        Roof is more than 10 years old -- Courtyard coating is flaking off
                                               Replace roof (Total of 45,000 sq. ft.)

    IV                                                                            Equipment and Special Construction
                 1         4        Playground area is missing most of its equipment
                                                Provide new playground equipment
                 2         4        Beverage or milk refrigerated storage is inadequate
                                                Provide new beverage or milk refrigerated storage
                 3         4        Refrrigerator space is inadequate
                                                Provide new Reach-in Refrigerator
                 4         4        Kitchen has no safe
                                                Provide new safe in Kitchen

     V                                                                                        Mechanical Systems
                 1         3        Two muilt-zone air handlers located in chiller room beyond useful life
                                                 Replace with new air handlers
                 2         3        Restrooms near the administration office-- water heater does not work
                                                 Replace water heater
                 3         3        The chiller is obsolete
                                                 Replace chiller
                 4         3        Chilled water pumps are obsolete
                                                 Replace pumps
                 5         3        Evaporative coolers that provide air to Boiler Room and Chiller Room are obsolete
                                                 Replace evaporative coolers
                 6         3        Multi-zone units on mezzanine level beyond useful life
                                                 Replace with individual fan coil units serving each classroom
                 7         3        Fan coil units located on mezzanine level beyond useful life
                                                 Replace units and size for increased outside air requirements
                 8         3        Floor drain in Chiller Room appears to be clogged
                                                 Clean drain line
                 9         3        EMCS system is obsolete
                                                 Replace with a backnet EMCS system


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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Borman Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                August 12, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Welman Sperides Mickelberg Architects

                                                                  Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                 Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet

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                    Assigned
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                                            Suggested Corrective Action



            10         4        Chiller Room does not have refrigerant leak system Sitework Improvements
                                            Provide refrigerant leak detector
            11         3        Cooling tower is obsolete
                                            Replace cooling tower
            12         3        Condenser water pump is obsolete
                                            Replace pump
            13         4        Cooling tower does not have sediment separator system
                                            Provide separator to extend life of cooling tower
            14         3        Boiler is obsolete
                                            Replace boiler
            15         4        School should be converted from a 2-pipe to a 4-pipe system
                                            2-pipe systems are not efficient & waste energy.
            17         3        School exhaust fans are beyond their useful life
                                            Replace fans
            18         4        Kitchen is evaporatively cooled
                                            Provide air conditioning
            19         2        Drainage problem at Doors 56C and 56D on north side of Library -- Library flooding
                                            Provide trench drains at Doors 56C and 56D -- prevent flooding
            20         4        Temperature Security System needed in kitchen
                                            Provide Temperature Security System
            21         4        Kitchen needs new hood for oven
                                            Provide hood
            22         4        Resolve cooling for kitchen and dry storage
                                            Provide air conditioning

VI                                                                                         Electrical Systems
             1                  Receptacles within 6ft of any water source need to be GFCI protected or labeled as GFCI protected - Rooms 59,58,50
                       1                     Replace receptacles (8 Total)
             2                  Wiremold missing cover plates - Rooms 23
                       4                     Provide cover plate for wiremold (1 Total)
             3                  Panels, transformers and switchgear need labeling
                       4                     Provide labels
             4                  No security installed - Rooms 15,13a,13b,14a,14b,8,1,2,3,4, Kitchen
                       1                     Provide motion detector (12 Total)
             5                  Junction box missing cover
                       1                     Provide cover plate for junction box (1 Total)
             6                  Exterior - fire alarm riser bell unsecured
                       4                     Secure fire alarm riser bell (mounting)
             7                  No clock installed - Room 21
                       1                     Provide clock (1 Total)
             8                  PA system speaker to be relocated
                       1                     Relocate PA speakers (1 Total)
             9                  No tele/data installed - Kitchen
                       1                     Provide tele/data (2 Total)
            10                  No power installed for oven hood - Kitchen
                       1                     Provide circuits and disconnect for hood (1 Total)
            11                  No power installed for AC unit - Kitchen
                       1                     Provide circuits and disconnect for ac unit (1 Total)
            12                  GENERAL - LIGHTING/SECURITY LIGHTING UPGRADE - SITE
                       1                     All lighting, strips, 2x4, 1x4 have T12 lamping - Upgrade lighting to utilize T8 lamping based on 40fc 10 light fixtures




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Borton Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 20, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Sakellar Associates Architects & Planners, Inc.

                                                                     Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                    Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet

                                    Problem Area Identified
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                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                           Sitework Improvements
                 1         4        Turf areas including ball fields have lots of bald spots, weeds, etc and are lacking maintenance.
                                                 Reseed ball field in bald areas. (approx. 108,000 sf)
                 2         4        Irrigation system has NOT yet been converted to reclaimed water.

                 3         4        South Courtyard:
                                                 Replace HID wall packs with fixture in compliance with City of Tucson/Pima County Outdoor Lighting Code (6 total).
                 4         4        North Courtyard:
                                                 Replace HID flood lighting with fixture in compliance with City of Tucson/Pima County Outdoor Lighting Code (4 total).
                 5         4        North Courtyard:
                                                 Replace walkway fluorescent lighting with fixture in compliance with City of Tucson/Pima County Outdoor Lighting
                 6         4        Ramada Southeast:
                                                 Provide HID wall packs with fixture in compliance with city of Tucson/Pima County Outdoor Lighting Code (1 total).
                 7         3        West parking lot is combined with service yard, and creates a safety hazard.
                                                 Provide curbs, landscaping and fencing where appropriate to designate service area from parking area. Restripe
                                                 parking lot, as needed for new layout. (approx. 3,650 sf)
                 8         3        West parking lot: pavement starting to crack.
                                                 Tack, seal and strip pavement. (approx. 8,600 sf)
                                    Sidewalks that connect portable classrooms have some drainage problems, and in some areas are filled with dirt causing tripping
                 9         1        hazards and inaccessibility.
                                                 Regrade area and ensure that sidewalks are accessible.
                10         1        Some drainage issues occur at playground where sidewalks are covered with sand causing a tripping hazard and inaccessibility.
                                                 Regrade area to prevent future erosion from drainage.
                11         3        Basketball court striping is faded and the expansion joints in the sidewalks are exposed and are a tripping hazard.
                                                 Restripe basketball courts and add joint compression felt at slab expansion joints. (approx. 6,800 sf)
                12         3        Basketball courts: poles at bottom are starting to rust.
                                                 Prime and paint poles. (6 poles)
                13         2        West Parking Lot:
                                                 Provide HID Pole mounted lighting in compliance with city of Tucson/Pima County Outdoor Lighting Code (2 total).
                14         3        Drainage issues occur in courtyard between portable buildings and south wing of main building.
                                                 Regrade area. (approx. 10,000 sf)
                                    Exterior drinking fountains that serve portable classrooms (6), playground and fields are not ADA compliant and are not supplied
                15         1        with cooled water.
                                                 Replace (E) fountains with ADA compliant drinking fountains at portable buildings, playground and fields (4).
                                    Half of the handrails at portable buildings are square, not round, and are not ADA compliant. A non-circular handrail must have a
                16         1        perimeter of 4-6.5". A circular handrail can have a perimeter of 1.25-2".
                                                 Replace non-compliant handrails.
                17         1        Ramps at portable buildings do not meet ADA guidelines; landing sizes, door clearances and evidence of damage to supports.
                                                 Replace ramps (8) and handrails to comply with ADA guidelines.
                18         3        Bird sanctuary fence is easy to trespass and end of useful life.
                                                 Replace fence around bird sanctuary with an 8' high chain-link fence. (1,330 lf)
                19         2        5' chain link fence is used as a step to climb the 8' wrought iron fence.
                                                 Replace the 5' chain link fence with an 8' high.
                20         4        Signal flasher is requested at intersection of East 22nd Street and Euclid Avenue.
                                                 The status and funding for the signal flasher falls under the city's jurisdiction.

II                                                                                      Interior Building Improvements
                 1         1        Lock at adult Restroom #74 in administration is missing.
                                                 Add lock hardware.
                 2         2        Door closer at Kindergarten Room #8 does not work properly.
                                                 Replace door closer.
                 3         1        Panic hardware at Multi-Purpose Room #34 is damaged.
                                                 Replace panic hardware in Multi-Purpose Room #34 door. (1)
                 4         4        Wall patching and touch-up paint throughout.
                                                 Patch and touch-up paint at walls and door frames. (28,000 sf)
                 5         3        Some partitions in Work Room #14, and the classrooms around the courtyard have cracks that go through both sides.
                                                 Assess structural integrity by a professional structural engineer.
                 6         1        Classroom #3 entry door has a temporary structural bar support.
                                                 Assess structural integrity by a professional structural engineer.
                 7         2        Interior wall coverings are peeling and at end of useful life.
                                                 Remove wall coverings and replace with new vinyl wall coverings for added durability. 1


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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Borton Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 20, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Sakellar Associates Architects & Planners, Inc.

                                                                  Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                 Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet

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                    Assigned
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                                            Suggested Corrective Action



             8         3                                                                   Sitework Improvements
                                Ceiling tiles throughout the campus (15%) are cracked and damaged. (approx. 5,000 sf)
                                             Replace damaged ceiling tiles to match (E).
             9         2        Evidence of cracks and some water damage at soffit in main corridor #75 of administration. (100 sf)
                                             Repair and paint plaster.
            10         3        Library: 2'x2' acoustical ceiling tile at soffit is warped and rims of some recessed light fixtures are missing. (570 sf)
                                             Replace 2'x2' acoustical ceiling tile at soffit and missing rims to recessed light fixtures.
            11         3        Portable (6) classrooms acoustical ceiling tiles are damaged and warped and at end of useful life. (4,920 sf)
                                             Replace acoustical ceiling tile.1
            12         3        Classrooms, some offices and restrooms: Window boxes made with suspended acoustical ceiling tiles are warped and missing
                                             Provide drywall soffit window boxes.
            13         3        Ceiling is damaged in Janitor Room #16.
                                             Patch and paint drywall ceiling.
            14         3        Principal's office carpet is stained and at end of useful life. (210 sf)
                                             Replace carpet.
            15         3        Library's carpet is stained and at end of useful life. (2,150 sf)
                                             Replace carpet.
            16         3        Portable (6) classrooms and offices (2) carpet at end of useful life. (5,400 sf)
                                             Replace carpet with VCT/linoleum floor and provide with area rugs. 1
            17         3        Portable buildings' ceramic tile restroom floor at end of useful life. (1,500 sf)
                                             Replace ceramic tile floor.1
                                Ceramic tile floor and wainscot in restrooms, entry to classrooms and outside sink area have some cracked tiles, grout in some
            18         4        areas falling off and very stained. (1,700 sf)
                                             Replace ceramic tile wainscot & floors.
            19         3        VCT floor in rooms 6A, 6B, 6C, 7, 7A, 7B, 7C, 7D, 11, 14 and 75 have lots of patches, damaged and cracked tiles. (3,000 sf)
                                             Replace VCT floor and provide a slip sheet at cracks.
            20         4        Rubber base in Multi-Purpose Room #34 is damaged. VCT floor remains in good condition. (approx. 190 lf)
                                             Replace rubber base along all walls.
            21         4        Kindergarten Classrooms #12 and #13: carpet is damaged in some areas. (approx. 1,650 sf)
                                             Replace carpet with VCT/linoleum floor and provide with area rugs.
            22         1        West exit from Corridor #75: floor height difference greater than 1/4".
                                             Level and feather out height difference at sidewalk.
                                Portable restrooms: sinks are separating from the wall, some toilet accessories are missing and not ADA compliant, one toilet
            23         1        partition is damaged. Walls and ceilings require some patch and repair.
                                             Remount sinks at wall, replace toilet accessories and damaged toilet partition. 1
            24         1        Drinking fountains at classrooms around courtyard are not working.
                                             Replace drinking fountains (2).
            25         4        Drinking fountain at Corridor #75 is noisy.
                                             Repair drinking fountain (1).
            26         1        Fire extinguisher cabinets at courtyard corridors are not mounted at an ADA accessible height.
                                             Remount fire extinguishers to be ADA compliant (4).
            27         1        Restrooms at courtyard: ADA toilet does not meet required height.
                                             Replace toilets at ADA restrooms with ADA compliant toilets (2).
            28         1        Multi-Purpose Room #34 stage steps do not meet ADA requirements
                                             Provide stage with stairs that meet current ADA regulations.
                                Girls Restroom #27: Toilet partitions are not ADA compliant and at end of useful life. Bottom of upper storage cabinet (5'-0") is a
            29         1        safety hazard.
                                             Replace toilet partitions to meet ADA compliancy and replace upper cabinet with tall storage cabinet.
            30         1        Drinking fountain at Corridor #31 is not ADA compliant.
                                             Replace with an ADA compliant drinking fountain.
            31         1        Staff Restrooms 20, 22, and 28 are not ADA compliant.
                                             Provide one ADA compliant unisex staff restroom facility.
            32         1        Threshold at art room/ music room door is not ADA compliant.
                                             Install threshold properly.
            33         1        Threshold in Kindergarten Room #12 is coming loose.
                                             Install threshold properly.
            34         3        Window blind cords at Multi-Purpose Room #34 are at end of useful life.
                                             Replace with cordless mini blinds. (6 windows)
            35         3        Window blind cords at classrooms, Lounge #15 and Workroom #14 are at end of useful life.
                                             Replace with cordless mini blinds. (approx. 70 windows)
            36         4        Windows at portable classrooms (6) are small in size and provide almost no natural light.
                                             A new facility to replace the portable classrooms would amend the natural lighting issue, which increases the quality of
                                             interior spaces.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Borton Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 20, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Sakellar Associates Architects & Planners, Inc.

                                                                   Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                  Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet

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                     Assigned
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                      Priority
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                                             Suggested Corrective Action



             37         1                                                               not have Improvements
                                 Signs at rooms are not ADA compliant, and many do Sitework signage at all.
                                            Provide ADA compliant signage throughout campus. (approx. 90 signs)
             38         3        Restroom toilet accessories (all restrooms): some are missing, some do not work properly and most are at end of useful life.
                                            Replace toilet accessories.1
             39         3        Toilet accessories at sinks in classrooms, kitchen, etc. are at end of useful life.
                                            Replace soap and paper towel dispensers. (approx. 15 sets)

III                                                                                 Exterior Building Improvements
              1         2        Water ponds around and below some portable classroom buildings damaging the skirts.
                                             Replace slabs where water ponding occurs. (3,240 sf)
              2         2        Some exterior portable skirts are damaged due to moisture problems etc.
                                             Repair portable building skirts where damaged. Determine cause for moisture problems. (approx. 680 lf) 1
              3         2        Exterior wall coverings at the portables: cracking, paint peeling, holes, etc. (3 buildings)
                                             Repair exterior siding of portable buildings where damaged. (approx. 6800 sf)1
                                 Windows at new Multipurpose Building (not shown in the floor plan) are installed backwards with the stops to the inside. There is
              4         4        water damage at the drywall around windows. (3 windows)
                                             Remove and reinstall windows. Repair drywall around windows, seal, caulk and add weather stipping.
              5         4        Brick wall at courtyards show extensive signs of efflorescence and water damage.
                                             Clean brick. (approx. 3300 sf)
              6         3        Walkway cover around main courtyard needs repairs, refinishing and maintenance.
                                             Repair, refinish walkway cover. (approx. 4,000sf)
              7         3        Classrooms at courtyard: unused HVAC brackets at outside walls are no longer used.
                                             Remove brackets and patch wall. (approx. 10)
                                 Administration, Library, classrooms and Multi-Purpose Room: Windows throughout have some water damage at the window sills.
              8         2        Window caulking is cracking and falling off.
                                             Repair plaster at window sill, seal, caulk and add weather-stripping around all windows. (approx. 100 windows)
              9         2        Window screens at Multi-Purpose Room #34 and classrooms are damaged.
                                             Remove damaged window screens (no replacement). (30 windows)
             10         4        Doors are scratched and should be refinished.
                                             Refinish approximately 90 doors.
             11         2        Door hardware at all exterior gates is missing or at end of useful life.
                                             Replace hardware. (approx. 10)
             12         2        Wood flashing and overhang at portable buildings (3) are damaged in some areas.
                                             Repair flashing and overhang where damaged.1
             13         2        Joint compression felt in sidewalks and against building is missing and coming loose, creating a tripping hazard.
                                             Remove existing joint compression felt and install new around building and at sidewalk control joints. (approx. 1,700 lf)
             14         1        HVAC units at portable buildings are not fenced and are a hazard for children.
                                             Provide fence around HVAC units with lockable gate entrance. (approx. 35 lf)1

IV                                                                              Equipment and Special Construction
              1         2        Portable classrooms (6) have old chalkboards and no whiteboards.
                                             Replace chalkboards with 4'x12' whiteboards. (approx. 12)
              2         1        Projector screens at portable classrooms are malfunctioning.
                                             Replace projector screens.(6)
              3         3        Corkboard at Multi-Purpose Room #34 is at end of useful life.
                                             Replace 4'x24' cork and refinish wood frame.
              4         3        Classrooms do not have whiteboards, and chalkboards are damaged and at end of useful life.
                                             Replace chalkboards with 4'x12' whiteboards, two per classroom. (approx. 20)
              5         3        Dish machine is at end of useful life.
                                             Replace dish machine with Hobart 15 select tall
              6         3        Hoods over oven are at end of useful life.
                                             Replace hood over oven.
              7         4        Kitchen has no individual entry security system.
                                             Provide an entry security system for kitchen area.
              8         3        There is no temperature security system.
                                             Provide with a temperature security system.
              9         3        Walk in refrigerator is at end of useful life.
                                             Replace walk in refrigerator.
             10         4        Dry storage has no air temperature control.
                                             Provide with a temperature control at dry storage area (split AC unit).
             11         3        Beverage or milk case refrigerator is at end of useful life.


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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Borton Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 20, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Sakellar Associates Architects & Planners, Inc.

                                                                Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                               Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet

                                Problem Area Identified
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                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                           Suggested Corrective Action



                                           Replace beverage/milk case refrigerator. Sitework Improvements
            12         3        Reach in refrigerator is at end of useful life.
                                           Replace reach-in refrigerator.
            13         3        Hot service tables are at end of useful life.
                                           Replace hot service tables.
            14         4        There is no wall/floor safe.
                                           Provide with a wall/floor safe.
            15         3        Garbage disposal cone is at end of useful life.
                                           Replace garbage cone.
            16         3        Countertops and base cabinets at 6 portable classrooms are damaged, chipped and hardware is missing.
                                           Replace millwork in new building. (approx. 64 lf).1
            17         3        Countertop and base cabinet at workroom #14 is at end of useful life.
                                           Replace countertop & base cabinet. (14 lf)
            18         3        Countertop and base cabinets at classrooms 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5: some are damaged, hardware is missing, and laminate tops have
                                           Refinish base cabinets, refurnish with updated cabinet hardware and replace countertops. (approx. 140 lf)
            19         4        Rooms 8, 9 and 10: Countertop at cabinets along windows do not have a piano hinge, are heavy and difficult to use.
                                           Replace hardware with piano hinges. (approx. 100 lf)
            20         3        Countertop and base cabinets at classrooms 8, 9, 10, 12 and 13 are at end of useful life.
                                           Replace base cabinets and countertops. (approx. 180 lf)
            21         3        Countertop and base cabinets at administration is insufficient and at end of useful life.
                                           Replace base cabinets and countertops. (approx. 50 lf)

V                                                                                        Mechanical Systems
             1         4        Existing Thermostats are stand alone programmable thermostats and do not allow for special schedules or remote monitoring of
                                            21 AC Units, Kitchen Area
             2         3        Library & Office areas:
                                            Recondition 3 Rooftop Gas-Electric Units serving the Library/Office areas. Repair hail damage, provide hail guards
                                            and clean inside units. Units are 9 years old with a 15 year normal useful life.
             3         1        Janitor's Room:
                                            Provide new exhaust in Janitor's Room.
                                Extend/reroute condensate drainage system for rooftop HVAC units. The existing condensate drains terminate on the roof near
             4         1        downspouts which will cause roof damage and provide mosquito breading sites.
                                            16 AC Units
             5         2        Portable toilet room building:
                                            Provide new cooling and heating for portable toilet room building.
             6         4        Basement and Lounge:
                                            Remove abandoned Boiler, Heating Pipes and Pumps in basement. Remove unused Fan Coil Unit in Lounge.
                                Provide new air conditioning unit for the Kitchen. Remove the existing evaporative cooler and cooking hood. Provide new
             7         4        cooking hood with lower outside air requirement.
                                            Air Conditioning unit, Cooking Hood, Exhaust Fan, natural gas piping and electrical.
             8         3        Some classroom sinks have lost grazing.
                                            Replace classroom sinks, 3 of 11 sinks to be replaced.
             9         2        Existing lavatories have lost glazing or have rusting.
                                            Replace lavatory in toilet room, 14 of 18 to be replaced.
            10         3        General:
                                            Some water closets are old & not 1.6 gpf (8).
            11         3        General:
                                            Replace existing discolored waterless urinals (4).
            12         2        General:
                                            Replace shower faucets with mixing valve type shower valve or demo shower
            13         2        Workroom sink glazing is gone.
                                            Replace sink.
            14         3        Drinking fountains are damaged or glazing is worn out.
                                            Replace drinking fountains (7).
            15         1        Provide Reduced Pressure Back Flow Preventer for Chemical Sanitizing Station in Janitors Closet.
                                            Two locations require back flow preventers.
            16         3        Kitchen:
                                            Provide grease trap for the Kitchen.
            17         1        General:
                                            Provide vacuum breakers on all hose bibbs.
            18         1        General:
                                            Provide grade clean-out covers on existing clean-outs to prevent trip hazard

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Borton Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 20, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Sakellar Associates Architects & Planners, Inc.

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            19         3        Kitchen:                                             Sitework Improvements
                                           Replace faucets in Kitchen at pot sinks and dish wash area.
            20         3        Kitchen:
                                          Replace water heaters for Kitchen Area.
            21         4        The main building and the new multi-purpose building have fire sprinklers.
                                          Provide new escutcheons and adjust 5 heads to proper ceiling elevations.

VI                                                                                     Electrical Systems
             1         2        General
                                            Update electrical equipment name plates and panel schedules
             2         1        Modular Building - Classrooms #17 thru #22
                                            Add (4) data outlets (20 Total)
             3         1        Modular Building - Classrooms #17 thru #22
                                            Add (4) duplex receptacles (20 Total)
             4         1        Teacher's Lounge/Copy area #15
                                            Replace duplex with GFCI duplex (1 Total)
             4         1        Kitchen power requirements is insufficient.
                                            Provide additional GFCI quadraplex receptacles to accommodate appliances (4 total)
             5         1        Modular Building - Classrooms #17 thru #22
                                            Provide (4) additional lighting to comply with IES recommended illuminance levels (20 total).
             6         4        Modular building restroom/office #16B and #16C
                                            Provide additional lighting to comply with IES recommended illuminance levels (8 Total)
             7         4        Restrooms #9, #15, #27, #50
                                            Replace (4) 1x4 Fluorescent wraparound (16 Total)
             8         1        Multi-purpose room #34
                                            Provide emergency lighting wall-packs (4 Total)
             9         1        Kitchen #39
                                            Provide emergency lighting wall-packs (2 total)
            10         1        Stage #33
                                            Provide emergency lighting wall-packs (2 Total)
            11         1        Lighting at kitchen area is insufficient.
                                            Provide more lamps to kitchen area.
            12         2        General:
                                            Provide electrical modifications to accommodate the replacement of existing HVAC units on Administration Building
                                            Roof (3 total).
            13         3        Intercom system is at end of useful life.
                                            Replace intercom system.
            14         2        Data/cabling and related electrical at kitchen area is not available.
                                            Provide upgraded data wiring to accommodate kitchen needs.
            15         4        School has no keyless entry available.
                                            Provide keyless entry to school.

VII                                                                                 General/Remodeling
             1         1        Central sand bay play surface: sand level low and compacted under play equipment.
                                            Replace sand with manufactured wood chips. (approx. 4,600 sf)
             2         3        Central sand bay play surface: weeds growing in sand.
                                            Remove weeds and maintain. (approx. 4,600 sf)
             3         1        East sand bay play surface: sand level low and compacted under play equipment.
                                            Replace sand with manufactured wood chips. (approx. 8,200 sf)
             4         3        East sand bay play surface: weeds growing in sand.
                                            Remove weeds and maintain. (approx. 8,200 sf)
             5         1        East sand bay play surface: sand on perimeter sidewalk creating potential slip/fall hazards.
                                            Sweep and maintain.
             6         1        Rings: old style rings creating known pinch & amputation hazards.
                                            Remove both sets of rings.
             7         3        Several pieces of play equipment do not provide the safety plastic coating over metal, and do not meet current safety standards.
                                            Replace non-conforming play equipment with new equipment.
             8         3        Stage curtains at Multi-Purpose Room #34 are at end of useful life.
                                            Replace stage curtains.
             9         3        Wood cabinets underneath stage: some hardware is missing and doors need to be refinished.
                                            Refinish cabinets and replace hardware. (approx. 22 lf)


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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Borton Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 20, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Sakellar Associates Architects & Planners, Inc.

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            10         3                                                                  Sitework Improvements
                                West storage facility at playground: door, frame and wall around storage facility is damaged due to force.
                                            Repair door, frame and wall. Provide metal cover plate to protect door.
            11         3        West storage facility at playground: wood joists and ceiling is starting to crack and shows evidence of water damage.
                                            Re-roof ramada and storage to avoid further damage. Replace water damaged plywood. (approx. 940 sf)
            12         4        West storage facility: no lighting provided.
                                            Provide exterior lighting.
            13         3        Portable facilities are at end of useful life, have ADA deficiencies and disrupt the flow of the campus.
                                            Replace portable buildings with addition of 6 classrooms with toilet, offices and support areas to the school (approx.
            14         2        Visitors entry first to a corridor before to be grated at the administration.
                                            Reconfigure main entry with administration offices to force visitors so sign in at administration.
            15         4        Principal's office can just exit through reception.
                                            Install an exit door at the principal's office.
            16         3        Administration does not have a vault.
                                            Provide with a vault in administration area.
                                Thermostats are controlled individually in each classroom. (Some rooms were set to 66 degrees in the summer when children
            17         3        were not present.)
                                            Energy efficiency could be increased with additional monitoring.




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Brichta Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 26, 2005
Architectural Firm:            EMC2 Group

                                                                     Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                    Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet

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                        Assigned
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I                                                                                     Sitework Improvements
                 1         4        Landscaping: School is poorly landscaped. Existing planter boxes have dead or no plant material in them. Lack of groundcover
                                    creates consistent dust and mud problems.
                                                Recommend landscape and supporting irrigation system. Approx. 65,000 SF.
                 2         2        Exterior Lighting: Existing wall mounted in average condition, however more lights are needed. See category VII
                                                See category VII
                 3         2        Parking Lots: South parking lot in poor condition.
                                                Resurface and repaint south parking area. Repaint north parking area.
                 4         1        Sidewalks: Existing sidewalks in poor condition, some trip hazards, approximately 100SF. Lack of sidewalks to access play
                                                Recommend replace damaged sidewalks apprx. 500 SF. Recommend additional new sidewalks to access playfields
                                                and equipment. Approx. 4000SF.
                 5         1        PE Facilities: Older play equipment in poor condition.Wood basketball backboards in poor or unuseable condition. Play area with
                                    hard packed sand in fall zone a hazardous condition. Wood chips at north play area are being washed away by storm drainage.
                                               Recommend replacement of older playground equipment, and backboards, restripe basketball courts. Replace
                                               severely cracked basketball court. Replace wood chips at north play area and replace sand with woodchips at other
                                               play equipment area. Rework curb/ sidewalk so storm drainage does not affect equipment areas.
                 6         3        Drainage/ Erosion: Drainage issues at courtyard, near library, and at north play equipment areas.
                                               See item h for equipment areas. Recommend regrading at library area to existing area drains. Clean drains.
                                               Recommend installing additional drain at couryard connecting to existing for additional drainage.
                 7         1        ADA/ Accessibility: MPR room construction obstructing accessible routes. No access to playfields.
                                               Provide sidewalk access to major site areas as specified in item g.
                 8         4        Fencing/ Walls: Fencing along wash at north of site is in poor condition, as well as numerous ungated openings. approx. 100 LF
                                               Replace damaged fencing (100LF 5' high chain link) and provide gates at openings.
                 9         4        Parking Lot signage: Limits of liability signs are faded.
                                               Install new signs at entry to each parking lot and each building entrance. (4 signs)

II                                                                                       Interior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Paint and Wall Coverings: Hallway tile wainscot in poor condition. Many damaged areas and areas of repair were repaired with
                                    non-matching tile.
                                                Replace tile wainscot at hallways. (550LF x 4'high x 2 sides)
                 2         3        Ceilings: Ceilings in poor condition. Repaired areas do not match original. Most of school is 12 x 12 ceiling tiles, with smaller
                                    areas of gyp ceiling in need of repair.
                                                Relace ceiling tiles with matching ceiling tiles (Approximately 800 SF). Repair gyp. ceiling areas (Approx. 100 SF).
                 3         3        Flooring: Carpet and VCT at the end of their life cycle in need of replacement. Wood platform and stage surround in poor
                                                Replace carpet (13,000 SF - $54,900). Replace VCT throughout (12,000 SF - $21,600). Replace wood platform and
                                                surround (944 SF - $10,000).
                 4         2        Drapes/ Blinds: Blinds damaged at various classrooms.
                                                Repair/ Replace blinds at 3 classrooms (80 LF).
                 5         1        Fire Extinguishers: Not recently inspected.
                                                Inspect and document on unit tag.
                 6         3        Various lights not guarded against accidental breakage.
                                                Guard all lights located within 8' of the floor and in all mechanical, electrical, shop and storage rooms.
                 7         1        Doors: Girls restroom door lockable from inside.
                                                Replace hardware to disable inside locking system.

III                                                                                  Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Paint: Paint weathering and in poor condition at portables, and HM window mullions at classrooms rusting from exterior.
                                               Paint portable classrooms and HM at exterior of building.
                 2         3        Windows: Various toilet windows at classrooms have large gaps at edges.
                                               Caulk perimeter of windows.
                 3         3        Roofing/ Flashing: Small amount of damaged flashing in need of repair. Roof is relatively new.
                                               Repair damagedd flashing (approx. 8LF).

IV                                                                               Equipment and Special Construction
                 1         4        Millwork: Generally in poor condition, Some missing hardware.
                                               Recommend new millwork in 2 classrooms and repair/ replace other damaged millwork with parts from the 2
                                               classrooms that are being replaced.
                 2         2        Kitchen Equipment: School has incomplete standard kitchen equipment.
                                               Upgrade to district standard equipment list.



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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Brichta Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 26, 2005
Architectural Firm:            EMC2 Group

                                                                 Architectural Assessment Survey
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V                                                                                        Sitework Improvements
                                                                                      Mechanical/Plumbing Systems
             1         1        Ceiling tiles have water stains from roof leaks, piping leaks, or condensation.
                                             Repair roof leaks, piping leaks, and/or piping insulation.
             2         1        All thermostats exceed ADA height of 48" above finished floor.
                                             Relocate thermostats to maximum height of 48" above finished floor and provide vented locking box cover.
             3         2        Janitor's closet is not properly ventilated.
                                             Add exhaust fan to serve janitor's closet & undercut door.
             4         1        Kitchen does not have Ansul system or Gas shut-off valve.
                                             Provide Ansul & Gas shut-off valve interlock.
             5         1        Drinking fountains are all the same height and do not meet ADA requirements.
                                             Provide dual-height drinking fountains per building to meet ADA requirements.
             6         2        Classroom Restroom does not have required exhaust ventilation.
                                             Provide exhaust fan and makeup air for restroom.
             7         2        Janitor's sink has chemical mixing apparatus without reduced pressure backflow preventer.
                                             Provide reduced pressure backflow preventers on water lines serving janitor's sink.
             8         1        Water heater in mechanical room does not have expansion tank.
                                             Provide expansion tank at water heater.
             9         4        Existing units are connected to programmable thermostats not addressable through TUSD energy management system.
                                             Provide direct digital controller for each AC-Unit and connect to TUSD energy management system.
            10         1        Kitchen hoods are not sealed properly.
                                             Properly seal kitchen hoods to non-combustible surfaces.
            11         1        Mold growth due to moisture above ceilings from leaks.
                                             Cost can not be determined without further study and evaluation of facility.
            12         2        Main electrical room has not air conditioning equipment.
                                             Provide air conditioning equipment for main electrical room.

VI                                                                                          Electrical Systems
             1         2        Exterior Lighting needs maintenance, repair and upgrading.
                                             Maintain/replace and provide additional parking area and exterior building lighting. Conform with current IESNA design
                                             standards, IBC exterior emergency egress lighting requirements and local outdoor lighting code. Address pigeon
                                             perching considerations.
             2         1        Interior lighting needs maintenance, repair, selective modernizations from T12 to T8 and group relamping of existing T8 systems
                                to save energy and provide adequate lighting levels for 39,000 sq. ft.
                                             Maintain, replace, relamp and provide appropriate lighting levels. Provide upgraded T8 lamps in existing troffers and
                                             replace T12 fixtures with T8 fixtures.
             3         1        Questionable intelligibilty of common area PA system spoken word announcements due to speaker spacings. Add approximately
                                20 units.
                                             Upgrade/augment existing intercom system speakers in corridors and exteriors.
             4         1        Fire alarm system does not include adequate A/V devices per ADA requirements and currently enforced NFPA audibility
                                requirements. Several devices are installed at non-ADA approved mounting heights.
                                             Relocate existing devices/provide new devices at ADA prescribed heights, Provide additional A/V devices throughout
                                             classrooms, offices, etc. and add initiation devices in selected areas.
             5         1        Not all exit lights and emergency lights are operational, current emergency egress illumination values do not meet current
                                UBC/IBC requirements. Add/replace approximately 25 units.
                                             Test all emergency lights and exit lights, replace and/or provide additional exit and emergency lights.
             6         2        Remote clocks are not working properly.
                                             Repair clock system.
             7         2        Recommend cleaning and PM actions for SES and at downstream panelboards.
                                             Perform SES/panel cleaning activities and PM program including thermal scans, feeder torquing, etc.
             8         4        Interior lighting and exterior lighting controls require upgrading for IECC 2003 compliance and to save energy for 39,000 sq. ft.
                                             Provide time of day and/or motion sensor controls per IECC for interior and exterior lighting.
             9         1        Various spaces and equipment yards require additional circuitry and/or GFCI personnel protection.
                                             Provide additional circuitry and GFCI devices/circuit breakers.
            10         2        Stage platform has marginal lighting, V/V/D, PA systems
                                             Provide new lighting, telcom and PA systems for platform
            11         2        Grounding at MDF is not up to standards
                                             Provide proper bonding of MDF/IDF equipment racks, protector blocks, etc.

VII                                                                                   General/Remodeling
             1         4        Ramadas: Ramadas in need of repainting.
                                         Paint 2 ramadas.


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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Brichta Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 26, 2005
Architectural Firm:            EMC2 Group

                                                                 Architectural Assessment Survey
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             2         3        Cafeteria: Walls in poor condition.                     Sitework Improvements
                                            Repair damaged area and repaint cafeteria walls.
             3         3        School is severely lacking general storage areas. High stacked items blocking fire sprinkler coverage, exit vestibules used as
                                storage areas blocking required egress routes.
                                            Recommend adding approx. 800 SF for storage purposes at various locations throughout the campus.
             4         3        Building Lighting: Facility in need of additional security lighting. Existing lights are dim and dispersed.
                                            Provide 16 additional wall mounted lights, throughout campus.
             5         3        Kitchen: Kitchen office space is makeshift desk within kitchen itself. Lack of space.
                                            Add office space (75 SF).
             6         3        Entry: Multiple points of entry causing administrative problems.
                                            Main entry is off street where there is no parking. Provide focused access from parking areas to one entry point.
             7         2        Kitchen Survey Upgrades.
                                            Provide milk case, hood with make-up air unit, reach-in hot serve table, safe and security system.




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Carrillo Intermediate Magnet Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                August 8, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Arquitectura, Ltd

                                                                      Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                     Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet

                                    Problem Area Identified
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                        Assigned
               Number


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                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                           a. Sitework Improvements
                 1         3        Retaining wall east of bath house - retaining wall is too low - rainwater runs-off the neighbor's back yard
                                    & onto the concrete area between the bath house & the retaining wall. Run-off erodes the neighbor's
                                    soil & brings it onto the concrete play area. This is a constant maintenance problem &, if it continues, the
                                    erosion could bring down the neighbor's fence & possibly injure someone.
                                                 Raise the retaining wall & slope the dirt to drain the water towards the playfields.
                 2         3        Access gate from the west side of the property to service yard is too narrow - trucks & cars have hit it
                                    several times & have seriously damaged the support post & gate. Service trucks for the pool & large lawn
                                     mower equipment have to use this service entrance also. This equipment damages the asphalt & concrete
                                     in the service yard area & several cars parked in this area have been damaged. There is a need to install
                                    a gate at the far southwest corner of the field to allow for these types of service vehicles to access
                                    the fields directly & avoid the service yard.
                                                 Replace the damaged chainlink gates & support post with a pair of wider sliding gates. Install a new
                                                 double gate @ the southwest end of the field. Cut street curb for vehicle access at southwest gate.
                 3         4        Kindergarten play area - sand is compacted, posing a hazard.
                                                 Replace sand with wood chips.

II                                                                                   b. Interior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Carpet is worn, raveling & stained in the following rooms: Admin. offices - 131, 134, 271 131, posing a
                                    tripping hazard. Carpet in all classrooms & administration office is also worn & should be replaced with
                                     VCT tile flooring.
                                                 Install new VCT flooring in the above rooms. 866 s.f. x 2.50/ s.f. =
                 2         3        Second floor - Restroom 213 - water backs-up @ drain - drain rim is too high.
                                                 Reset drain down aprox. 1/2" . This was done in restroom 214 & problem was solved.
                 3         3        Carpet is worn, raveling, stained & has a strong odor in classroom 303 - carpet should be replaced
                                    with VCT tile flooring.
                                                 Install new VCT flooring in room 303. 8240 s.f. x 2.50/ s.f. =

III                                                                                     c. Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         2        Basement classrooms 102 & 106 have rainwater entering thru walls from approx. 8'-0" high to floor. Existing
                                    paint is blistering & in need of constant repair. SFB has installed canopies over the exterior light shafts
                                    outside these walls / windows. Water continues to come in. Rainwater comes in thru sides below canopies.
                                                 Install fine wire mesh with openings @ a 1/16" or less. This will allow light penetration but divert
                                                 rainwater down onto grade level - grass areas, away from lower level light shafts.
                 2         1        Basement emergency exit - northwest corner of basement - outside corridor B16 - rainwater enters through
                                    the emergency doors, down corridor B16, into adjacent classrooms 103 & 105 & into the new elevator shaft.
                                    The flooring has blistered in the above rooms & should this continue the piston @ the elevator bottom will
                                    experience damage. SFB project installed an electrical sump pump, but problem continues.
                                                 a) Undercut door by 3" & reinstall. Install new door bottom & rainwater diverter @ door.
                                                 b) Install new raised 2" high concrete edge @ door threshold. Feather concrete away from 2" edge
                                                         on both sides of door.
                                                 c) Install aluminum threshold with ADA 1/2" tolerance.
                 3         3        Existing roof is not leaking - mission tile roof - roof tiles are constantly lifting & falling off with wind burst.
                                    TUSD maintenance staff damages roof tiles when they repair broken ones.
                                                 This item appears to be a constant maintenance issue. Suggestion is install mortar "chinking" @
                                                 the front edge of the tiles to weigh them down & give support when maintenance staff walks on roof.
                 4         3        School has a serious pigeon problem. TUSD has installed the X wire type of bird deterrent @ some areas
                                    of the school, but it is not sufficient. The ammonia from the bird droppings is eating at the stucco on the
                                    window sills. This is causing the windows to leak. The roof eyebrow @ the north entry to the school has
                                    bird droppings over the tile & at the concrete entry walkway. This entry way is very slippery & poses a
                                    hazard for students & staff.
                                                 Install X wire type bird deterrent at all window sills, top of north entry eyebrow, on top of parapet
                                                 walls & along roof edges. X wire bird deterrent should be set in rows to match width of window sills
                                                 & parapet walls. Clean with solvent north entry concrete sidewalk & install non-skid floor strips to
                                                 prevent staff & students from slipping in the future.
                 5         2        Exterior walls to bathhouse, next to swimmng pool- stucco is cracking, water infiltration & roach problem exists.
                                                 Repair stucco & repaint building. 1,400 s.f. x & 4/ s.f. =
                                                 Exterminate roaches- entire building.
                 5         3        Main entrance doors - exposed to vandalism.
                                                 Create entry vestibule by installing wrought iron gates and fencing with expanded metal mesh and
                                                 panic hardware at both entries. (2) x $ 3,500 ea.=
                 7         2        Emergency exit gates at yard have been welded together - poses an emergency hazard.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Carrillo Intermediate Magnet Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                August 8, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Arquitectura, Ltd

                                                                  Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                 Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet

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                                           Remove welds from gates & make thema. Sitework Improvements
                                                                               operable.

IV                                                                         d. Equipment and Special Construction
             1         3        Food Services assessment requirements.
                                          Dish machine ($ 8,000), safe ($ 350), walk-in freezer ($ 10,500), walk-in refrigerator ( $ 8,000),
                                          combination oven-steamer ($ 20,000), (2) hot service tables ($ 5,000),

V                                                                                        e. Mechanical Systems
             1         3        Chillers are obsolete and should be replaced.
                                            Provide chillers.
             2         3        The chilled water and condenser water pumps are obsolete and should be replaced.
                                            Provide pumps.
             3         4        A waterside economizer should be installed in the chilled water system to conserve energy.
                                            Provide waterside economizer.
             4         3        Tele-communication room does not have a dedicated air-conditioning unit.
                                            Provide AC unit for the tele-data room.
             5         4        The mechanical room is not provided with an emergency exhaust or refrigerant detectors.
                                            Provide emergency exhaust and refrigerant sensors in mechanical room.
             6         4        The floor sink in the boiler room is plugged. Floor sink needs to be snaked out and the condensate piping
                                needs to be redone so it is directly over the floor sink.
                                             Clean floor sink and modify piping.
             7         3        The restroom tanks are tank styled.
                                            Replace tank style toilets with flush valve.
             8         3        The cooling tower is obsolete and needs to be replaced.
                                            Provide new cooling tower.
             9         3        The kitchen is evaporative cooled & is adjacent to an air-conditioned multipurpose room, causing energy loss.
                                The kitchen should be provided with air-conditioning and the kitchen hood and make-up air system
                                should be modified as required.
                                            Provide AC unit for kitchen and hood make-up air system.
            10         3        The floor mounted fan coil units serving the classrooms do not provide the code required fresh air and shall
                                be replaced with properly sized fan coil units to handle additional fresh air.
                                            Provide fan coil units.
            11         4        The new cooling tower shall be provided with a sediment separator system.
                                            Provide sediment separator to extend the life of the cooling tower and piping.
            12         4        The kitchen needs a temperature security system.
                                            Provide temperature security system.

VI                                                                                         f. Electrical Systems
             1         1        Multi-Purpose Room Stage - Sound system does not work - Speakers & microphones are not usable.
                                             Replace existing sound system.
             2         1        There are no electrical outlets in the corridors. Custodial staff must use long extension cords to clean floors.
                                             Install new electrical outlets in corridors.
             3         1        Exit and emergency lighting is in poor condition and outdated. Only some operate properly.
                                             Replace existing with new.
             4         1        Exterior lighting is in poor condition and a mix of light fixture types.
                                             Replace existing with new and add new light fixtures.
             5         2        Classrooms have insufficient receptacles.
                                             Add receptacles and circuits.
             6         1        Two computer classrooms lighting is parabolic lenses w/ exposed lamps, which are not safe if lamps break.
                                             Replace existing with new lensed light fixtures.
             7         2        Main intercom control panel is in poor condition and outdated.
                                             Replace existing with new main panel.
             8         2        Kitchen equipment assessment needs affect power, teledata, and securiy.
                                             Add power, teledata, and security at kitchen.




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Cavett Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                August 5, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Albanese/Brooks Architects

                                                                      Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                     Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet

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I                                                                                         Sitework Improvements
                 1         1        Site has 45 marked parking spaces. Two accessible spaces are required, one of which is van accessible. One accessible
                                    parking space exists at the north end of the main parking area. Access aisle is 4 feet, total width of space including access aisle
                                    is 12'-4". Access ramp is in the access aisle. Sign too low, ramp incorrect. No van space provided on site.
                                                Seal coat and restripe parking to provide two accessible spaces, one of which is van accessible. Provide signage as
                                                required. Revise concrete walks to allow legal access ramp outside of access aisle. Sign must be high enough to be
                                                visible over a parked car.
                 2         1        Accessible route from accessible parking has excessive cross slope, is 4 feet wide.
                                                Remove and replace to comply with ADA cross slope
                 3         1        Rain water runs across accessible route at northwest outside corner of Multipurpose Room 131.
                                                Install sidewalk scupper to carry rain water below sidewalk surface to paved area.
                 4         1        Ramp providing exit from Library 166 to courtyard from south Library door is missing handrails. Ramp drop is 24 inches in 30'-8"
                                                Install handrails on ramp from Library 166 to courtyard (66 lf @ $25.00/lf).
                 5         1        Sidewalk ramp at crosswalk on Pinal Vista is correct at school side of the street. Opposite side is only a wedge curb, does not
                                    comply with ADA.
                                                Rebuild wedge curb on opposite side of the street to make entire crosswalk ADA compatible.
                 6         1        Ramp from play structure yard down to portable classrooms is too steep at about 1 in 9
                                                Remove ramp and concrete leading to and away from it, rebuild access down to portable buildings to comply with ADA.
                                                 Provide ADA handrails.
                 7         1        Library 166 has 2 inch step down to begin north ramp to courtyard. Ramp to courtyard drops 1'-9" in 20'-9", slightly steeper than 1
                                                Provide aluminum hardware ramp at door, remove and replace concrete ramp to courtyard to eliminate 2" step and
                                                provide legal slope and handrails.
                 8         1        Kitchen hood needs replacement.
                                                Modify ceiling as required to accommodate new hood.
                 9         2        Section of chain link fence on north side of school has been removed, swung aside.
                                                Reinstall fence section to provide security.
                10         2        Water running off roof edge outside north exit from Library 166. Custodial staff reports this is a broken condensate line from the
                                    Library AC unit, has been broken since shortly after installation.
                                                Repair condensate line on roof of Library 166.
                11         4        Area of site between building and fence on Pinal Vista side drains toward building, building FFE. is only about 2 inches above
                                                Regrade this area to drain away from building.
                12         4        Extensive ponding on dirt area of playground on east side of the building
                                                Regrade to allow water to run west, toward portables area.
                13         4        Walkway from parking area to play structure is broken asphalt, has roof water running across it.
                                                Remove asphalt walk, regrade area to drain properly, install new concrete walk with sidewalk scuppers to allow
                                                drainage below walk.
                14         4        3 of original 48 marked parking spaces have been lost due to the addition of a dumpster enclosure and a loading dock, and due to
                                    a second dumpster that is set in a parking space. Revisions to create ADA parking spaces will reduce parking by 2 more, to 43
                                                Extend parking area to south, adding net 14 parking spaces. Maintain fire lane drive way
                15         4        Site drainage appears to run off along the entire fence line on the west, where new homes are being built. This may result in
                                                Revise site grading on south and western portion of the site to channel water into paved street, or to create detention
                                                basin area. Remove surface rocks and import topsoil. Install new irrigation system. Hydro seed for turf.

II                                                                                         Interior Building Improvements
                 1         1        Access doors to stage stairs from Room 131 Multipurpose Room are 32" wide.
                                                 There is a 36 inch door providing access to ramp from Lobby 129.
                 2         1        Landings at bottom of stairs from stage level to main level are too small at about 27" from nose of riser to door face.
                                                 Not possible to correct this, due to geometry of the stairway and adjacent spaces.
                 3         1        Interior china trough drinking fountains are too low. Knee space is typically 27 3/4" and top of spout is typically 29"
                                                 Remove and reinstall at ADA clearances, revise spouts to ADA direction.
                 4         1        Toilet room 225 accessible stall is 48" x 71.5", thus complies with Alternate Stall of ADAAG Figure 30(b). Water closet is 18.5
                                    inches from wall, is required to be 18 inches exact from side wall.
                                                 Add a layer of tile on side wall of stall to make water closet exactly 18" from side wall. Reinstall grab bar and TPH.
                 5         1        Toilet room 224 toilet stall complies with ADAAG Figure 30(b), but water closet is 20.5" from side wall.
                                                 Furr out side wall and provide new tile to make water closet exactly 18" to side wall. Provide new blocking for grab bar
                                                 in furring. Reinstall grab bar.
                 6         1        Classroom 18 has a floor defect beneath the VCT just inside the entry door, resulting in a toe-stubber and potential trip hazard.
                                                 Remove VCT, remove floor protrusion, replace VCT
                 7         1        Handicap ramp to backstage does not have 5' x 5' platform at corner landing.
                                                 Rebuild corner landing
                 8         1        Carpet in classrooms is worn, resilient edge is missing at many locations. TUSD policy is for carpet only in Libraries and Office

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Cavett Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                August 5, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Albanese/Brooks Architects

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                                                                  Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet

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                                                                                         Sitework Improvements
                                             Replace carpet with VCT to match existing in all classrooms
              9         1        Carpet in Library is worn, resilient edge is missing at many locations. TUSD policy is for carpet only in Libraries and Office areas.
                                             Replace carpet and base in Library, 350 SY
             10         2        Carpet in offices 126, 124, 119A, 119B is loose from subfloor, heavily wrinkled and worn.
                                             Replace carpet and base in these rooms
             11         2        Principal requests window in exterior wall of room 126, Conference to improve visibility and control of building entrance.
                                             Install window in existing masonry wall.
             12         2        Ceiling panel in Lounge 123 is water damaged, source appears to be an electrical conduit or roof penetration above. No
                                 insulation in that joist cavity.
                                             Repair roof penetration, replace missing insulation, replace damaged ceiling panels
             13         2        Ceiling panel in Workroom 125 is water damaged, source appears to be an fire alarm conduit or roof penetration above. No
                                 insulation in that joist cavity.
                                             Repair roof penetration, replace missing insulation, replace damaged ceiling panels
             14         3        Exhaust fan in room Admin Toilet 124A, does not appear to be working, would be connected to light switch since there is no
                                 independent light switch.
                                             Repair or replace.
             15         4        Multipurpose 131 has floor slab movement or curling between old and new portions.
                                             Remove VCT at joint, grind concrete and replace VCT.
             16         4        Fire extinguisher cabinets are too high for handicapped to reach, with handles of extinguishers at 67" AFF.
                                             Building is sprinkled. Fire extinguishers are not required by Tucson Fire Department in sprinkled school buildings.
                                             Leave as-is, or remove extinguishers from cabinets.
             17         4        Power and data for office staff is by power pole. Staff requests floor outlets for desks.
                                             Recommend building a pony wall with a countertop in front of desks, set additional power and data In that wall. Wall
                                             should be about 40 inches high, with a plastic laminate cap.
             18         4        Room 132B from backstage to corridor 136 has a single riser. Code prohibits single risers.
                                             There appears to be no alternative solution to this single riser problem.

III                                                                                 Exterior Building Improvements
              1         1        Exterior doors to building have 3/4" step (old TUSD detail) at sills. Not accessible.
                                             Provide aluminum ramps to eliminate lip, remodel doors to clear, add door bottoms for rain.
              2         1        Patio Courtyard outside Multipurpose Room 131 is heavily ponded. Sloped walk from this courtyard to accessible route is flatter
                                 than 1 to 20, not a ramp. Largest pond is at the top of this sloped walk because it creates a lip at the top about 1/2" high.
                                             Remove sloped walk, correct drainage condition, replace sloped walk.
              3         1        Exterior drinking fountains are too low, do not comply with ADA. Clear space required below is 27", top of 36" maximum.
                                             Remove and reinstall to ADA clearances, change spouts to ADA type and direction.
              4         1        Modular building ramps do not comply with ADA or Code
                                             Remove steel ramps and landings, replace with ADA-compliant ramps and landings on 4 buildings
              5         2        Door to room 165 has damaged astragal, damaged louver.
                                             Replace astragal with welded unit.
              6         2        Vandals are climbing to roof on sunshade outside of room 25, gaining height access on low steel fence. Sunscreen is damaged.
                                             Repair sunscreen, remove lowest louver panel, install barrier to footholds on sunscreen.
              7         2        Soffit vent near main entry is torn out. Birds are entering, using attic space for nesting.
                                             Remove nesting and any bird droppings from attic space, repair soffit vent. Bird droppings may be an abatement
              8         3        South outside wall of rooms 162-165 is badly eroded brick, with much missing mortar from joints.
                                             Repoint mortar joints
              9         3        Roof above corridor 200 west end allows water to flow down face of brick wall outside room 163, causing erosion and fungus
                                            Provide rain diverter on roof to direct water away from the wall face. Clean wall of growth, repoint brick.
             10         3        Double doors and frames at the end of Corridor 100 and Corridor 201 are rusting out.
                                           Replace double doors and frames at the end of Corridor 100 and Corridor 201.
             11         4        Downspouts from Multipurpose Room roof empty onto outdoor platform surface. Water runs across platform
                                           Install Type 1 Sidewalk Scuppers in platform top surface to connect downspouts to face of platform for drainage.
             12         3        Modular buildings need exterior trim painted.
                                           Paint exterior trim.

IV                                                                          Equipment and Special Construction
              1         1        Classrooms have chalkboards.
                                           Replace chalkboards in 36 classrooms with whiteboards (144 4'x10' ea @ 500.00 ea).
              2         1        Play equipment includes old style rings.
                                           Remove rings play equipment.



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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Cavett Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                August 5, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Albanese/Brooks Architects

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             3         2                                                            Sitework structure. Sand
                                Sand is compacted and level is low in play area and under playImprovements does not conform to TUSD standards under play
                                equipment
                                           Remove sand and subsurface to minimum 12 inch depth. Replace with chopped bark in accordance with TUSD
             4         2        Kitchen should have a combi oven-steamer.
                                           Provide Kitchen with combi oven-steamer.

V                                                                                       Mechanical Systems
             1         1        No low combustion air duct in hot water heater room.
                                            Extent combustion air duct down to within 12" of floor.
             2         1        Handicap plumbing fixtures do not meet ADA requirements.
                                            Install new plumbing fixtures that meet ADA requirements.
             3         1        Exterior drinking fountains do not meet ADA requirements.
                                            Install new drinking fountains that meet ADA requirements.
             4         1        Chemical treatment system in Janitor Closet is connected direct to potable water at mop sinks. This is a code violation and health
                                hazard.
                                            Provide backflow protection at these systems.
             5         1        Kitchen range hood is old and room is evaporative cooled.
                                            Install new hood, exhaust fan and new AC unit for kitchen.
             6         1        Kitchen range hood is old and room is evaporative cooled.
                                            Install new hood, exhaust fan and new AC unit for kitchen.
             7         1        Toilets on south and west sides of school backup regularly. Plans indicate sewer is 6" VCP.
                                            Inspect 6" VCP sewer. Remove tree roots or replace (100 lf @ $30.00/lf).
             8         1        Classrooms are subject to wide swings in room temperature.
                                            Remove return air temperature sensors and install room temperature sensors.
             9         1        New Dry Storage room 140A is not air conditioned.
                                            Provide air conditioning to Dry Storage 140A.
            10         2        Numerous plumbing fixtures are old or do not function properly.
                                            Repair or replace inoperative plumbing fixtures.
            11         2        The 10 classroom toilets in south wing have water closets that don’t flush properly and lavatories with faucets that are extremely
                                hard to turn.
                                            Repair flush valves on water closets and install new faucets on lavatories.
            12         3        Four roof mounted exhaust fan are old and have outlived their useful life.
                                            Install four new roof mounted exhaust fans.

VI                                                                                         Electrical Systems
             1         1        Fire alarm notification appliances in corridors not spaced per present day NFPA-72 requirements.
                                            Add strobe lights
             2         1        Intercom call switches are located too high per ADA requirements.
                                            Relocate call switches 26 locations.
             3         1        Electric outlets within 6' of sinks should have GFCI protection
                                            Change electric devices to be GFCI type 6 locations
             4         1        Electric outlets in Kitchen should be GFCI type per NEC 210.8
                                            Change electric devices to be GFCI type 8 locations
             5         1        Corridor emergency lighting system needs upgrade to meet code requirements.
                                            Add/replace emergency lighting units.
             6         1        Open electrical boxes, etc. at various locations.
                                            Repair defects.
             7         1        There are insufficient electric outlets for computer usage without daisy chaining power strips.
                                            Provide additional electrical outlets adjacent to data jacks. 40 locations.
             8         1        Computer Lab 4 has inadequate power available
                                            Reconfigure and add power and receptacles to Computer Lab 4.
             9         1        Inadequate night lighting from main building to modular classroom buildings, inadequate parking area lighting
                                            Provide 3 pole lights along accessible route, 2 pole lights in existing parking area.
            10         1        New walk-in refrigerator and freezer in Storage 140A
                                            Provide electrical to new walk-in refrigerator and freezer.
            11         2        Clocks not working or have been replaced with battery clocks.
                                            Replace broken or non-system clocks with new system clocks. 8 locations.
            12         2        No intercom coverage in Mech 105, Mech 143, Mech 226
                                            Add intercom speakers
            13         3        Lighting on stage is substandard.
                                            Upgrade stage lighting system and dimmers


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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Cavett Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                August 5, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Albanese/Brooks Architects

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            14         3                                                             Sitework energy use/maintenance.)
                                Incandescent/Quartz exterior lighting system is obsolete. (High Improvements
                                           Replace/upgrade exterior lights 12 locations.
            15         3        Intercom system is antiquated. Staff complains of problems with operation.
                                           Replace intercom system.
            16         4        Classroom light levels are marginal, school is lamped with T12 lamps
                                           Upgrade interior lighting system, change to T8 lamps/ballasts, add fixtures when needed.
            17         4        No occupancy sensing light control system exists.
                                           Provide occupancy sensing light switching system.

VII                                                                                       General/Remodeling
             1         1        Six Classrooms and 2 LRC are in portable (modular) buildings.
                                            Provide 6 classroom addition with restrooms and LRC spaces (10,000 sf @ $160.00/sf).
             2         1        Ramada is missing diagonal brace.
                                            Install missing diagonal brace on ramada.
             3         1        Kitchen need remodeling for additional space in production and service area. New walk-in refrigerator and freezer need to be
                                            Remodel Dress 135 and Corridor 136 to add space to Kitchen. Enclose and condition Storage 140A and install new
                                            walk-in refrigerator and freezer.
             4         2        Stage 132 has vertical face of approximately 3'.
                                            Provide full width steps to front of stage to eliminate approximate 3' drop.
             5         2        Additional conference and storage space is needed.
                                            Remodel Dress 134 and Steps 123B into Conference Room. Remodel abandoned Mechanical Equip. Room into
                                            Storage and Conference Room. 500 s.f. @ $100.00/s.f.
             6         3        South backstop and adjacent bench are damaged.
                                            Repair bench and backstop assembly




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Collier Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 27, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Sakellar Associates Architects and Planners, Inc.

                                                                       Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                      Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet

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                        Assigned
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I                                                                                             Sitework Improvements
                 1         4        Area between the portables and the classroom building has no decomposed granite or landscape at all.
                                                 Provide DG. And some shade trees (5). (approx. 12,000 sf)
                 2         4        Turf area around sand play areas have balding spots throughout.
                                                 Reseed balding spots. (approx. 25,000 sf)
                 3         3        Trim mesquite trees (3) in between building and Modular 02.
                                                 Trim trees.
                 4         4        Areas of large rocks on north side of building are full of grass and weeds.
                                                 Remove large rocks, remove weeds and replace with decomposed granite. (1,000 sf)
                 5         4        Irrigation system NOT converted to reclaimed water.

                 6         3        Breezeway and courtyard requires cleaning and maintenance.
                                                Provide general cleaning and maintenance needed around breezeway and courtyard lights (8).
                 7         1        Missing signs of "Limits of Liability"
                                                Post signs at the entrances to all parking lots and between the lot and building entrances. (4)
                 8         3        North parking lot: repair required.
                                                Tack, seal and strip (approx. 22,000 sf)
                 9         3        South parking lot and service yard: repair required.
                                                Tack, seal and strip. (approx. 15,000 sf)
                10         1        Missing the signs: No parking - Bus Bay.
                                                Install signs at bus bay sidewalk. (approx. 5)
                11         3        Bus bay drive: repair required.
                                                Tack, seal and strip. (approx. 7,100 sf)
                12         1        Parent vehicular drop-off and pick-up conflicts with bus bay.
                                                Reconfigure bus bay area to add a separate parent drop-off pick-up area. (approx. 7,100sf)
                13         2        There is no special access area for day care vans/buses.
                                                Provide an access road for day care vans/buses.
                14         2        Bus bay island is bare dirt-- and is used as parking.
                                                Provide an all weather surface and reconfigure island so is safe for parking, bus bay, etc.
                15         3        Outside west and east exterior corridors: sidewalk control joints missing compression joint felt.
                                                Provide compression joint felt at control joints. (approx. 130 lf)
                16         1        Modular O2 sidewalk concrete pavers are uneven and create a tripping hazard.
                                                Install new sidewalk to Modular 02. (40 lf)1
                17         1        There is no sidewalk connecting kindergarten play area sidewalk and south patio surface.
                                                Install new sidewalk to connect south patio surface with kindergarten play ground. (approx. 350sf)
                18         2        South basketball courts: west court asphalt is cracked and creating trip/fall hazards.
                                                Resurface basketball courts. (approx. 4,000 sf)
                19         2        South ramada outside court: noisy equipment yard on west side makes it difficult to conduct any outside activities in covered area.
                                                Provide acoustical panels at equipment yard to dissipate noise levels.
                20         3        Soccer goal are damaged.
                                                Replace goals.
                21         4        Turf has a large bald sport next to the south parking lot.
                                                Reseed bald spot. (approx. 2,000 sf)
                22         3        Drainage from west side of building causing erosion onto sidewalk and into Bear Canyon Rd.
                                                Regrade area and provide landscaping to prevent future erosion. (approx. 3,000 sf)
                23         1        South ramada: drinking fountain is not ADA accessible.
                                                Provide ADA compliant drinking fountain.
                24         1        Two spaces labeled HC in north parking lot do not meet minimum ADA code width.
                                                Restripe parking lot with correct spacing. (approx 13 parking stalls)
                25         1        Ramp from south parking lot requires handrails by code.
                                                Install handrails to meet code requirements. (18 lf each side of ramp)
                26         1        Ramps to Modular Buildings do not meet ADA code with respect to handrails and landings. In addition, some of the ramps are too
                                                Replace ramps (3) and handrails (6) to meet code requirements. 1
                27         1        No accessible route is provided to the drinking fountain on east side of building.
                                                Install sidewalk to drinking fountain. (approx. 30 lf)
                28         1        No accessible route is provided to the Ramada.
                                                Install sidewalk to Ramada. (approx. 125 lf)
                29         1        Four foot chain link perimeter fencing some gates missing and does not provide the safety required.
                                                Replace with 5' high chainlink fence (approx. 2,500 lf) and install lockable chain link fence gates. (approx. 4)
                30         3        Service yard does not have enclosures for the dumpsters.
                                                Provide a 5'-0"H wall and gates to enclose dumpsters.
                31         1        Mechanical yard: used as storage for all kind of junk; inaccessible to equipment for maintenance.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Collier Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 27, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Sakellar Associates Architects and Planners, Inc.

                                                                      Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                     Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet

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                                                                                    Sitework area.
                                             Remove garbage and storage items from mechanical Improvements

II                                                                                       Interior Building Improvements
              1         4        Doors are scratched and dented.
                                               Refinish doors throughout. (approx. 60 doors)
              2         3        Door to the exterior of Nurse's Office C: weather stripping damage is evident.
                                               Replace weather strip at door (1).
              3         3        Some damage is evident at walls and ceiling in Storage Room V.
                                               Patch holes in walls and ceiling. (105 sf)
              4         2        Kitchen door to the yard: closer does not work properly.
                                               Replace door closer.
              5         2        Storage Room L: door damaged.
                                               Repair and refinish door.
              6         2        Toilet partitions in restrooms J and K are damaged, latches are difficult to operate and are at end of useful life.
                                               Replace toilet partitions. (6 stalls)
              7         2        Doors in classrooms 9, 10, 16 have damaged seal.
                                               Replace seal at doors. (3 doors)
              8         3        Classrooms with operable wall; operable wall is never used and does not have good acoustical coefficient.
                                               Reframe operable door with 2" stud walls on each side. (approx. 4)
              9         4        Paint stage ramp handrails is peeling.
                                               Paint handrails.
             10         4        Ceramic tile wainscot at entryways of classrooms, Multi-Purpose Room, corridors and kitchen restroom: 15% of tiles damaged.
                                               Replace tiles to match (E). Install corner guards at classroom entry ways to prevent future damage. (approx. 30)
             11         2        Mirror in Men's Room I is missing.
                                               Install new mirror. (1).
             12         3        Mirrors in Restroom K are corroded.
                                               Install new mirrors. (2).
             13         3        Map rails in Corridor 20 are mismatched and at end of useful life
                                               Install new map rails. (100 lf)
             14         4        Multi-Purpose Room: 20% of glued on ceiling tile shows evidence of paint stains and some are damaged.
                                               Replace ceiling tiles to match (E). (approx. 800 sf)
             15         3        Ceiling tile at stage: 40% of ceiling tiles are damaged and stained.
                                               Replace ceiling tile. (approx. 420 sf)
             16         3        Ceiling tile at kitchen: 40% of ceiling tiles are damaged, stained and/or patched.
                                               Replace ceiling tile. (approx. 800 sf)
             17         3        Classrooms: Glued on ceiling tile: some are damaged and at the end of useful life.
                                               Replace ceiling tile. (approx. 16,000 sf)
             18         3        Corridor 20 and 21: ceiling tile is warped in the middle. Light fixtures are located against corridor walls resulting in poor lighting levels
                                               Replace ceiling tile and move light fixtures. See Category VI, Electrical Systems for light fixture solutions. (approx. 2,000
             19         3        Ceiling tile in Modular Buildings are bowed, damaged and at end of useful life.
                                               Replace ceiling tile in 3 Modular Buildings. (2,400 sf)1
             20         2        Lighting in Modular 17 is too dim, and lighting in Modular 02 is noisy.
                                               Replace lighting fixtures at modulars.1
             21         3        Health office: VCT floor has two cracks along the floor.
                                               Replace damaged tiles. (40 sf)
             22         4        Rubber base at bottom of stage stairs not adhering to wall.
                                               Replace rubber base. (approx. 40 lf)
             23         3        Ceramic tile at kitchen: several tiles are cracked.
                                               Replace damaged ceramic tiles to match (E). (approx. 75 sf)
             24         3        Kitchen restroom: ceramic tile floor at entry is damaged.
                                               Replace damaged ceramic tiles to match (E). (approx. 20 sf)
             25         3        Men Restroom I: transition between ceramic tile floor and VCT floor is damaged.
                                               Replace damaged ceramic and VCT tiles.
             26         3        Classrooms: VCT floor tiles are damaged by furniture (10%).
                                               Replace damaged tiles. (approx. 2,000 sf)
             27         1        Storage Room X: a row of VCT is missing.
                                               Install VCT. (approx. 20 sf)
             28         3        Portables flooring is at end of useful life.
                                               Replace with VCT/linoleum (2,400 sf) floor and provide area rugs. 1
             29                  Women Restroom G: currently being remodeled to be ADA compliant.
                                               No additional work required.
             30         3        Currently there is just 2 adult toilets for the whole facility, which is insufficient.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Collier Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 27, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Sakellar Associates Architects and Planners, Inc.

                                                                     Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                    Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet

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                                                                                           Sitework Improvements
                                             Add on women and one men restroom. (approx. 180 sf)
             31         1        East and west outside corridors do not have drinking fountains.
                                             Provide ADA accessible drinking fountains (2).
             32         1        Classrooms 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7 and 8: toilets are not ADA accessible. Classroom 4 is being remodeled to make toilet ADA accessible.
                                             Remodel one boys, one girls and one unisex adult restroom to meet ADA requirements.
             33         1        Corridor 21: drinking fountain is not ADA compliant and very noisy.
                                             Provide an ADA compliant drinking fountain.
             34         1        Corridor 20: drinking fountain is not ADA compliant and very noisy
                                             Provide an ADA compliant drinking fountain.
             35         1        There are no handrails provided at the stage stairs.
                                             Install handrails at both sides of stage stairs. (approx. 16 lf each side)
             36         1        Fire extinguisher at kitchen is mounted too high and does not comply with ADA standards.
                                             Remount fire extinguisher at ADA compliant height.
             37         1        Freestanding bookcases in Library obstruct exit path.
                                             Move/modify bookcase layout.
             38         3        Toilet accessories at classroom sinks and kitchen are at end of useful life.
                                             Replace soap dispensers and paper towel dispenser. (approx. 18 sets)
             39         3        Toilet accessories at Kitchen Restroom 18D, Men Restroom I and classroom toilets are at end of useful life.
                                             Replace soap dispensers and paper towel dispenser and disposal. (approx.9 sets)
             40         2        Janitor Room H: mop sink does not have a protective backsplash on wall, and (E) drywall shows evidence of water damage.
                                             Repair water damaged drywall and provide ceramic tile backsplash to prevent future damage. (approx. 30 sf)
             41         2        Restrooms J and K need new caulking around sinks and toilets.
                                             Provide new caulking. (16 fixtures)

III                                                                                   Exterior Building Improvements
              1         2        Modular walls are in very poor condition-- plywood siding is generally dry rotted, cracking and paint is deteriorated.
                                              Install new siding at 3 classrooms. (approx 3600 sf)1
              2         3        Black, mold-like substance on north facing brick walls near grade.
                                              Clean brick. (100 lf x 2 ft high)
              3         4        All glazing is un-insulated single pane with aluminum frame, decreasing energy efficiency of school.
                                              No work is required, but double pane windows are recommended for increased energy efficiency.
              4         1        Emergency window fire exits in the classrooms are small in size for large kids and adults.
                                              Replace existing double hung windows (pairs) with a door at each instance. (16 doors)
              5         2        Doors in classrooms 15 and 16 are difficult to operate and do not latch closed.
                                              Replace closers (2 doors).
              6         2        Cable of antenna runs exposed in the middle of the roof, creating a tripping hazard.
                                              Relocate/anchor cord along edge of roof.
              7         2        Counter flashing loose in some areas.
                                              Reattach counter flashing as a maintenance procedure.
              8         3        Roofing material starting to crack at curb lines. Some areas top coating is wearing off, specially at roof edges.
                                              Repair curbs and edges and apply one coat of roofing material (approx. 33,000 sf).
              9         2        Modular 5 roof: 10% of shingles are missing.
                                              Install new shingles. (approx. 800 sf)1
             10         1        Mechanical Equipment Room W: used as storage - fire hazard.
                                              Remove stored items from Mechanical Room.

IV                                                                                Equipment and Special Construction
              1         3        Classrooms 1 through 16 have no white boards and some chalkboards are damaged.
                                             Replace one chalkboard with two 4'x12' whiteboards in each classrooms (32).
              2         3        Classrooms 1 through 16 tackboards are at end of useful life.
                                             Replace one tackboard in each classrooms. (16)
              3         1        Half of the classrooms do not have projector screens.
                                             Provide 8 projector screens.
              4         3        Wood base and upper cabinet with plastic laminate countertop are located in the kitchen.
                                             Replace wood millwork with commercial cabinetry. (approx. 10 lf)
              5         3        Hoods over oven are at end of useful life.
                                             Replace hood over oven.
              6         4        Kitchen has no individual entry security system.
                                             Provide an entry security system for kitchen area.
              7         3        There is no temperature security system.
                                             Provide with a temperature security system.


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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Collier Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 27, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Sakellar Associates Architects and Planners, Inc.

                                                                   Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                  Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet

                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



             8         3        Walk in freezer is at end of useful life.                 Sitework Improvements
                                            Replace walk in freezer.
             9         3        Walk in refrigerator is at end of useful life.
                                            Replace walk in refrigerator.
            10         3        3 compartment sink - faucets and drains are at end of useful life.
                                            Replace 3-compartment sink faucet and drains
            11         4        Dry storage has no air temperature control.
                                            Provide with a temperature control at dry storage area (split AC unit).
            12         4        Storage area is not sufficient.
                                            Add storage area (approx. 200sf)
            13         3        Beverage/milk case refrigerator is at end of useful life.
                                            Replace milk/beverage case refrigerator.
            14         3        Reach in refrigerator is at end of useful life.
                                            Replace reach-in refrigerator.
            15         3        Hot service tables are at end of useful life.
                                            Replace hot service tables.
            16         3        Kitchen area has insufficient area.
                                            Add approx. 500 sf of kitchen area.
            17         4        There is no wall/floor safe.
                                            Provide with a wall/floor safe.
            18         4        Workroom: middle island countertop is chipped and damaged. (approx. 8 lf)
                                            Replace countertop.
            19         2        Upper cabinet at corridor 17: may be a hitting hazard.
                                            Provide base cabinet to eliminate hazard.
            20         2        Janitor Room H: has no shelving units.
                                            Provide shelving units, as needed.
            21         3        Classrooms 1 through 8 have various mismatched cubbies, which are unfinished and damaged. (approx.120 lf)
                                            Provide cubbies for 8 classrooms.
            22         3        Portables millwork have tops chipped and hardware missing at cabinets.
                                            Replace countertops and cabinets. (approx. 40 lf)1

V                                                                                         Mechanical Systems
             1         3        Clean inside existing air handlers and ductwork. Inside units and ductwork is covered with dust. Units were installed in 1973 with the
                                            Large air handlers (2) at 40 hours each and smaller air handlers (7) at 8 hours each.
             2         1        Janitor's Room:
                                            Provide New Exhaust in Janitors Room
             3         3        General:
                                            Replace two existing evaporative coolers outside the mechanical room. One serves the Kitchen and one cools electrical
             4         4        Provide new air conditioning unit for the Kitchen. Remove the existing evaporative cooler and cooking hood. Provide new cooking
                                            Air Conditioning unit, Cooking Hood, Exhaust Fan, natural gas piping and electrical.
             5         2        General:
                                            Replace damaged outdoor chilled water pipe insulation in chiller yard.
             6         1        General:
                                            Provide safety cover caps over exposed rotating shafts on air handlers.
             7         4        Existing window units are noisy and do not provide ventilation air requirements.
                                            Improve air conditioning to two portable classrooms and remove two window units in each.
             8         4        Route outside air intakes to roof and provide roof caps. Existing outside air intakes for 7 units are from the mezzanine space above
                                            Clean the mezzanine space and cover existing louvers to reduce the dust entering the mezzanine space.
             9         1        Provide sub-zones for two classrooms which were divided into two classrooms. Provide dampers zone dampers in supply ducts,
                                            Zone dampers w/controls (4), return ducts (2) and remove and repair ceilings.
            10         2        Existing lavatories have lost glazing or have rusting.
                                            Replace lavatory in toilet room (16).
            11         3        Replace existing urinals which have lost glazing and reached end of their useful life.
                                            5 Urinals to be replaced
            12         3        Drinking fountains are damaged or glazing are worn out.
                                            Replace drinking fountains (4).
            13         1        Provide Reduced Pressure Back Flow Preventer for Chemical Sanitizing Station in Janitors Closet.
                                            Two locations require back flow preventers.
            14         1        General:
                                            Provide vacuum breakers on all hose bibbs.
            15         1        General:
                                            Replace small electric water heaters, which have reached the end of the normal life (2).

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Collier Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 27, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Sakellar Associates Architects and Planners, Inc.

                                                                    Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                   Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet

                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



            16         3                                                                  Sitework Improvements
                                Replace faucets in Kitchen at pot sinks and dish wash area. Replace service sink faucets with vacuum breaker-type faucet.
                                           Replace service sink faucets with vacuum breaker type faucet
            17         4        The portable classroom buildings have fire sprinklers. The main building does not have fire sprinklers.
                                           Paint fire sprinkler piping in portable classrooms.1

VI                                                                                            Electrical Systems
             1         3        Service entrance switchboard is obsolete. New parts unavailable for repair or modifications.
                                             Replace service entrance switchboard with modern equipment.
             2         1        Electric outlets in Kitchen should be GFCI type per NEC 210.8.
                                             Change electric devices to be GFCI type at 6 locations.
             3         1        Library has daisy chained power strips. Owner should discontinue practice of using
                                             daisy chain connection of power strips. 4 additional duplex receptacles needed.
             4         1        Insufficient quantity of electric outlets near data jacks in classrooms to be able to use computers without using daisy chained power
                                             Add (2) duplex outlets each classroom.
                                             Repair or replace emergency battery lights (10).
             5         1        Emergency egress lighting in library does not meet IBC 1006.3 requirements.
                                             Add emergency lighting unit near doors to main corridor #17.
             6         1        Classrooms #7 & 8 with folding wall require emergency lights and exit signs per IBC 1006.3.
                                             Add emergency lighting units and lighted exit signs (2 classrooms).
             7         2        Interior corridors in classroom wings have substandard illumination.
                                             Add/modify corridor light fixtures to provide light uniform illumination.
             8         2        Library light switch requires repair.
                                             Repair light switch.
             9         4        Interior lighting system in classrooms, library and MP room is bare lamp T12 strip fixtures.
                                             Replace lighting fixtures. Use T8 fluorescent lamps in enclosed fixtures.
            10         4        No occupancy sensing lighting control system exists.
                                             Provide occupancy sensing light switching system.
            11         2        Chiller internal power wiring is substandard. Also, no dead-front operable disconnect exists.
            12         4        Kitchen is evaporative cooled.
                                             Electrical cost to upgrade to air conditioning in Kitchen
            13         4        Existing lighting fixtures in exterior courtyards are at end of life.
                                             Replace lighting fixtures. Use HID or CF/T8 fluorescent fixtures.
                                             Provide data wiring to accommodate kitchen needs.

VII                                                                                         General/Remodeling
             1         1        Center sand bay: sand level low under equipment.
                                            Replace sand with manufactured wood chips. (approx. 2,100 sf)
             2         1        North sand bay: grass and weeds growing into sand and sand level low under equipment.
                                            Remove weeds, grass and replace sand with manufactured wood chips. (approx.3,400 sf)
             3         1        Playground upgrades are requested to provide ADA renovations to the playground and playground equipment.
                                            Provide ADA playground equipment and renovations to playground.
             4         2        Main stage curtains are in good condition, but side stage curtains are not made with special fire retardant material.
                                            Replace side curtains with compliant curtains.
             5         2        Stage has wall mounted equipment box 4' high and protruding 2' - hitting hazard.
                                            Provide a base cabinet to eliminate hazard.
             6         1        No drinking fountain and hand sink provided at MPR/Cafeteria.
                                            Provide ADA compliant drinking fountain and a hand sink at Multi-Purpose Room/Cafeteria.
             7         3        Collier has no activity/community room.
                                            Add a community/activity room and related sitework. (approx. 3,500sf)
             8         2        Visitors must walk through hall before getting to the office and office has no visibility to the main entrance.
                                            Reconfigure offices and hallway, so visitors are greeted at the administration, and administration has visibility to the main
             9         3        Portable facilities are at end of useful life, have ADA deficiencies and disrupt the flow of the campus.
                                            Replace portable buildings with addition of 3 classrooms and a music room for band and orchestra, and support areas to




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Corbett Elementary
Date Surveyed:                August 3, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Welman Sperides Mickelberg Architects

                                                                      Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                     Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet

                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                           Sitework Improvements
                 1         4        Sidewalk along 29th Street cracked, uneven sidewalk -- tripping hazard
                                    Replace sidewalks (Total of 500 sq.ft.)
                 2         4        Disabled parking at rear of building -- not in accordance with ADA
                                    Provide disabled parking at front of school
                 3         4        Water ponds against building
                                    Correct drainage to eliminate ponding by replacing sidewalk (Total of 500 sq.ft.)
                 4         4        Basketball court needs restriping
                                    Restripe basketball court
                 5         3        Drainpipes at main entrance and rear of building drain onto sidewalk
                                    Re-route drainpipes -- Eliminate water on sidewalks
                 6         3        Open area between Library and Classrooms 23 & 24 -- Water ponding at drain
                                    Provide larger drain with larger openings
                 7         3        Existing service drive has reduced visibility to street because of existing screen wall
                                    Add new 180 degree mirror
                 8         3        Existing playground equipment sits on sand
                                    Remove existing sand and replace with new wood chips

II                                                                                         Interior Building Improvements
                 1         1        Lobby entrance threshold not ADA compliant
                                                 Provide ADA compliant threshold
                 2         4        Stage floor needs to be refinished and recoated
                                                 Refinish and recoat Stage floor
                 3         1        No ADA ramp to Stage
                                                 Provide wheelchair lift to Stage
                 4         4        Floor tile in dishwashing area needs to be replaced
                                                 Replace floor tile (Total of 200 sq. ft.)
                 5         3        No screen in Kitchen area
                                                 Provide screen where needed
                 6         1        Exposed unfaced batt insulation -- Storage Rms 112, 215, 216, 196
                                                 Replace insulation with new faced batt insulation (total of 1,000 sq.ft.)
                 6         3        Classroom 1 -- Entry door won't open, Classrooms 24 and 29 -- Entry doors stick
                                                 Repair entry doors
                 8         4        Classrooms 5 & 8 -- Wet smell
                                                 Find source of moisture and correct
                 9         2        Classrooms 16 and 23 -- Entry doors are water damaged and delaminated
                                                 Replace doors with new hollow metal doors and frames Total of 2 doors)
                10         4        Teacher's Lounge -- Door closer does not work
                                                 Repair/replace door closer
                11         4        Stained ceiling tiles -- Rms 8, 10, Janitors' Closet 146, Corridors 101 & 139@courtyard exit
                                                 Replace ceiling tiles (Total of 500 sq.ft.)
                12         1         3/4" drop at doors between Corridors 150 and 150A
                                                 Provide ADA compliant threshold
                13         1        No handrail at ramp in corridor near Principal's Office
                                                 Provide handrail
                14         1        Restroom 195 -- 12" step at door and clear glass in window
                                                 Provide ADA compliant entry and privacy glass
                15         1        Existing stairs in Corridor 139 no longer serve a purpose and school could use the space
                                                 Remove existing stairs and repalce with new concrete slab
                16         1        No ADA required detectable strip at Library Kiva
                                                 Add ADA compliant detectable strip to the existing Library Kiva
                17         1        Nurse Station Toilet is not accessible
                                                 Renovate existing Nurse Station toilet to be accessible
                18         1        Existing Staff toilets are not accessible
                                                 Renovate existing Staff toilets to be accessible
                19         1        No ADA Signage exists
                                                 Install new ADA compliant signage (Total of 46)
                20         1        Classrooms No. 16 and 19 are key activated from the outside only
                                                 Install new new locks on these doors

III                                                                                   Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         1        West wall at entry -- trim under roof needs painting, handrail at ramp too short

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                           Paint trim, provide ADA compliant handrail
     2    4   Graffiti on wall and door -- westside Storage Rm 77
                           Paint wall and door
     3    1   Toilet Rm 195 has 12" step at door -- tripping hazard
                           Replace existing sidewalk with new ramp (Total of 800 sq.ft.)
     4    1   Existing roof ponds, collects debris and is more than 10 years old
                           Replace existing roofing with new (Total of 65,000 sq.ft.)
     5    5   Roof is accessible on the south side of the school over the electrical equipment
                           Add new fencing at electrical equipment to prevent access to roof

IV                                                          Equipment and Special Construction
     1    4   Kichen is missing a dishmachine
                         Install a new dishmachine in the Kitchen
     2    4   Kitchen entry doors are inadequate
                         Provide new entry doors in the Kitchen
     3    4   Kitchen has no Walk-in Freezer
                         Provide new Walk-in Freezer in the Kitchen
     4    4   Kitchen has no Walk-in Refrigerator
                         Provide new Walk-in Refrigerator in the Kitchen
     5    4   Kitchen has no locker area
                         Provide new lockers in the Kitchen
     6    4   Kitchen has no beverage or milk case refrigerator
                         Provide new beverage or milk case refrigerator
     7    4   Kitchen has inadequate hot service tables
                         Provide new hot service tables in the Kitchen
     8    4   Kitchen has no safe
                         Provide a new safe in the Kitchen
     9    4   Kitchen has no Reach-in Refrigerator
                         Provide new Reach-in Refrigerator

V                                                                     Mechanical Systems
     1    3   Type 1 kitchen hood for range incorrect size; hood does not have proper clearances around kitchen equipment
                          Replace kitchen hood
     2    3   Restroom plumbing fixtures are aged near the kitchen area
                          Replace plumbing fixtures
     3    3   School water closets are tank style
                          Replace with flush valve for longevity
     4    3   Multi-purpose room is evaporatively cooled
                          Replace with air conditioning
     5    3   Kitchen is evaporatively cooled
                          Replace with air conditioning
     6    3   Rooms 25, 27, 28, and 30 -- rooftop DX AC units not working properly according to custodian
                          Investigate why new rooftop units are not working and correct
     7    4   Abandon evaporative coolers that served the classrooms no longer needed
                          Should be removed and the rooms turned into storage area
     8    3   Library rooftop package units are obsolete
                          Units should be replaced
     9    4   Temperature Security System needed in Kitchen
                          Provide Temperature Security System
     10   4   Kitchen needs new hoods
                          Provide new hoods
     11   4   Kitchen needs new dishmachine
                          Modify plumbing as required to install dishmachine

VI                                                                      Electrical Systems
     1        No fire alarm strobe installed - Rooms 209,198,199,227,226,195,219,218,187,180,171,173,22A,
          1               Provide fire alarm strobe (32 Total)
     2        No intercom speaker installed - Rooms 197,201,23,24,162,144,7
          1               Provide intercom speaker (7 Total)
     3        No security installed - Rooms 23,24,7,101, Kitchen
          1               Provide motion detector (6 Total)
     4        No fire alarm horn/strobe installed - Room 162
          1               Provide fire alarm horn/strobe (1 Total)
     5        Open spaces in panel circuit area
          4               Provide covers for open breaker spaces
     6        Tele/data outlets broken - Rooms 213,220,
          4               Repair tele/data outlets (4 Total)
     7        No clock installed - Rooms 162,144
          1               Provide clock (2 Total)
     8        Cover plates missing from junction boxes - Rooms 206,221,193
          4               Provide cover plates (5 total)
     9        No power installed for oven hood - Kitchen
          1               Provide circuits and disconnect for hood (1 Total)
     10       No power installed for dishwasher - Kitchen
          1               Provide circuits and disconnect for dishwasher (1 Total)
     11       No power installed for Walk-in Freezer - Kitchen
          1               Provide circuits and disconnect for walk-in freezer (1 Total)

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      12         No power installed for Walk-in Refrigerator - Kitchen
           1                Provide circuits and disconnect for Walk-in Refrigerator (1 Total)
      13         No power installed for Reach-in Refrigerator - Kitchen
           1                Provide circuits and disconnect for reach-in refrigerator (1 Total)
      14         No power installed for ac unit - room Kitchen
           1                Provide circuits and disconnect for ac unit (1 Total)
      9          GENERAL - LIGHTING/SECURITY LIGHTING UPGRADE - SITE
           1                All lighting, strips, 2x4, 1x4 have T12 lamping - Upgrade lighting to utilize T8 lamping based on 40fc 10 light fixtures
                            per 1000 sq ft overall site (61,5438 sq ft)
      14   1     Rm 156 - (2) Light fixtures not working
                            Repair light fixtures
      15   4,1   Rm 7 - Intercom speaker not installed, security not installed
                            Provide intercom speaker ($219), install motion detector ($488)
      16   1     Rm 101 - Security not installed
                            Install motion detector
      17   1     Rm 105 - (2) Light fixtures not working
                            Repair light fixtures
      18   1     Rm 18 - (2) light fixtures not working
                             Repair light fixtures

VII                                                                      General/Remodeling
      1    4     Kitchen is not large enough for additional required Kitchen equipment
                             Add an addition to the Kitchen (Total 500 sq. ft.)




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Cragin Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 22, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Albanese/Brooks Architects

                                                                       Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                      Detailed Program Area Spreadsheet

                                    Problem Area
                         Assigned
     Category


                Number


                         Priority

                                                Suggested Corrective Action
                Item




I                                                                                        Sitework Improvements
                 1        1         Accessible parking spaces are not convenient to building entrance. Parking count of 86 spaces required 4 accessible spaces,
                                    only 2 are provided. Parking access aisle is not 60" wide. Sidewalk on accessible route has excessive cross slope.
                                                Provide new accessible parking area along Tucson Blvd. with vehicle access from existing parking area. Provide 4
                                                accessible spaces, one of which is van accessible.
                 2        1         Existing steel ramp handrails on 2 entrance ramps on east side of building are not in compliance.
                                                Remove and replace 2 steel ramp handrail at east building entrances (50 lf @ $25.00/lf).
                 3        1         The interior courtyard platform is inaccessible from the courtyard.
                                                Provide an accessible ramp from courtyard to platform to allow wheel chair access.
                 4        1         Ground surface in interior courtyard is loose gravel which makes the courtyard inaccessible to the disabled.
                                                Remove loose gravel and replace with compacted decomposed granite and or turf (8,700 sf @ $1.00/sf).
                 5        1         Existing steel ramp handrail on entrance ramp on north side of building is not in compliance.
                                                Remove and replace steel ramp handrail at north building entrance (60lf @ $25.00/fl).
                 6        1         Existing steel stair handrail on steps to playfields on north side of building is not in compliance.
                                                Remove and replace steel stair handrail at north building entrance (8lf @ $25.00/lf).
                 7        1         Sidewalk section on accessible route has been lifted.
                                                Remove and replace lifted section of sidewalk at main entry (50sf @ $8.00/sf).
                 8        1         Sand play areas are compacted, sand does not comply with TUSD standard for falling surface.
                                                Remove and replace sand with chopped bark chips
                 9        1         Walkway to portables does not comply with accessible route requirements
                                                Replace asphalt walks with concrete, replace steel ramps to comply with ADA slopes and handrail requirements.
                10        3         South and north parking lots need resealing.
                                                Reseal and restripe south and north parking lots.

II                                                                                        Interior Building Improvements
                 1        1         Girls Toilet 41 can be made fully accessible.
                                                 Relocate toilet to 18" from the wall to the centerline of the toilet. Install new paper holder in correct location. Install pull
                                                 handle on inside of toilet stall door. Install insulation on piping below lavatory. Relocate mirror to have lower edge of
                                                 reflective surface at 40" above floor. Install restroom signage.
                 2        1         Boys Toilet 43 can be made fully accessible.
                                                Relocate toilet to 18" from the wall to the centerline of the toilet. Install new paper holder in correct location. Install pull
                                                handle on inside of toilet stall door. Install insulation on piping below lavatory. Relocate mirror to have lower edge of
                                                reflective surface at 40" above floor. Install restroom signage.
                 3        1         ADA signage is missing in some locations.
                                                Install approximately 30 door signs (30 @ $15.00 ea).
                 4        1         Existing drinking fountains are not in compliance.
                                                Replace (6) refrigerated drinking fountains (6 @ $1,200.00).
                 5        1         Boys 85 - Restroom can be made accessible and will provide an accessible student restroom at the south end of the school.
                                    Note: Principal feels lose of toilet fixture required to achieve accessibility would be a hardship.
                                                Remove door to facilitate access. Remove one toilet and one urinal. Remove existing toilet partitions. Install new
                                                urinal. Install new toilet partition, grab bars and toilet accessories around remaining toilet. Install new lavatory with
                                                pipe insulation. Install (2) new mirrors.
                 6        1         Girls 90 - Restroom can be made accessible and will provide an accessible student restroom at the south end of the school.
                                    Note: Principal feels lose of toilet fixture required to achieve accessibility would be a hardship.
                                                Remove door to facilitate access. Remove center toilet. Relocate end toilet to 18" from wall to centerline of toilet.
                                                Remove existing toilet partitions. Install new toilet partitions, grab bars and toilet accessories in accessible and
                                                standard toilet. Install new lavatory with piping insulation.
                 7        1         Multipurpose 44 - Rain damage has cause collapse of east drywall soffit.
                                                Repair 20 sf. of drywall soffit in Multipurpose 44
                 8        1         Janitor 31 - Stair to basement is missing guardrail and handrail.
                                                Install new steel guardrail and handrail on stair to basement.
                 9        1         Toilets 106 and 107 can be made fully accessible and can accommodate special needs students.
                                                Relocate toilets to 18" from the wall to the centerline of the toilet. Relocate lav to be outside 60" side access area for
                                                toilet. Install insulation on piping below lavatory. Enlarge toilet rooms by removing west wall of toilet rooms and
                                                relocate entry doors in east wall of Vestibule 104. Remove existing sheet vinyl flooring and install new sheet vinyl
                                                flooring. Install new millwork changing tables in toilet rooms.
                10        2         Principal's Restroom has water damage below Lav. Millwork on opposite side of wall smells of mildew.
                                                Open wall and fix suspected leak. Patch wall
                11        2         Rain damaged ceiling tile in Corridor 61.
                                                Replace (2) 2x4 rain damaged ceiling tile.
                12        2         Nurse's Toilet 17A - Sheet vinyl flooring is damaged.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Cragin Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 22, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Albanese/Brooks Architects

                                                                 Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                Detailed Program Area Spreadsheet

                                Problem Area
                     Assigned
 Category


            Number


                     Priority

                                           Suggested Corrective Action
            Item




                                                                                        Sitework (30sf @ $4.00/sf).
                                            Replace sheet vinyl flooring and integral cove base Improvements
            13        1         Toilet 106 and 107 have damaged sheet vinyl flooring.
                                            Replace sheet vinyl flooring and integral cove base in Toilet 106 and Toilet 107 (60sf @ $4.00/sf).
            14        2         Classroom 4 door floor pivot is broken and door is dragging on floor.
                                            Replace door pivot. Replace scratched VCT.
            15        2         Door 1107-A - Latchset is not functioning
                                            Replace latchset for door 1107-A.
            16        2         Multipurpose 44 - Broken glass in north exterior door sidelight.
                                            Replace broken glass in north exterior door sidelight (8sf @ $20.00/sf).
            17        2         Kitchen 45 - Door 1209-A is jammed.
                                            Repair or replace door 1209-A
            18        2         Counselor C1 - East restroom wall need patching.
                                            Patch east restroom wall (4 sf).
            19        2         Janitor 91 - Door needs replacing.
                                            Replace damaged door.
            20        2         Kitchen pass through door is manual overhead coiling
                                            Replace with electrically operated coiling door.
            21        3         Door 1102-B - Missing door stop and frame silencers
                                            Install door stop and frame silencers to door 1102-B.
            22        3         Classroom 4 - Acoustical tile ceiling has sagging tile and loose light fixtures.
                                            Verify surface mounted lighting fixtures are securely mounted.
            23        3         Classroom 7 - Millwork needs refinishing.
                                            Refinish 20 sf millwork.
            24        3         Stage 47 - Wooden stage floor and stairs need refinishing.
                                            Refinish 700 sf of wood floor and stairs (700 sf @ $4.00/sf).
            25        3         Storage 25 - Door is damaged.
                                            Replace damaged door.
            26        3         Classroom 17 - Millwork need refinishing.
                                            Refinish classroom millwork (20 sf).
            27        3         Classroom 10 - Ceiling is missing tiles.
                                            Replace missing ceiling tiles. Verify surface mounted light fixtures are securely mounted.
            28        3         Missing, stained or sagging lay-in ceiling tile.
                                            Replace missing, stained or sagging lay-in ceiling tile (50 tiles).
            29        3         Missing or loose resilient base.
                                            Replace missing or reinstall existing resilient base (50 lf @ $2.00/lf).
            27        3         Missing carpet transition strip.
                                            Replace missing carpet transition strip (100 lf).
            30        3         VCT in Corridors 1, 34 and 70 is cracked where spanning slab construction joints.
                                            Remove any resilient material from concrete joints. Replace with non-shrink grout and replace VCT (60 lf @ $10.00/lf).


                                                                                  Exterior Building Improvements
             1        1         Roof leaks were found at the intersection of the classroom wings with the Multipurpose wing.
                                             Rebuild roof at gable ends of classroom wings to increase roof slope at intersections with Multipurpose wing.
             3        1         Several exterior doors have 3/4" to 1" vertical edge at sill (old TUSD detail). Not ADA compliant.
                                             Provide aluminum hardware ramps at these doors and remodel door bottoms to suit. Provide new thresholds and
                                             weather door bottom trim (10 @$250.00).
             4        1         Roof shingles have been damaged by overhanging branches.
                                             Replace damaged roof shingles (100 sf).
             5        1         Roof jacks at plumbing vents are not properly sealed.
                                             Reseal (6) plumbing roof jacks.
             6        1         Several siding areas of portable buildings have dry rot
                                             Replace damaged siding
             7        1         Pigeons roosting on top of AC units at portable classroom buildings
                                             Provide expanded metal screens to close off above AC units to soffits.
             8        3         Exterior trim and metal needs repainting on older sections of buildings
                                             Repaint exterior trim and metal.

                                                                              Equipment and Special Construction
             1        1         Chalkboards in classrooms are old greenboards.
                                          Replace 4'x10' chalkboards with 4'x10' whiteboards in 21 Classrooms (2 ea classroom @ $500.00 ea).
             2        1         Chalkboards in portable buildings are old greenboards


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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Cragin Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 22, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Albanese/Brooks Architects

                                                                 Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                Detailed Program Area Spreadsheet

                                Problem Area
                     Assigned
 Category


            Number


                     Priority

                                           Suggested Corrective Action
            Item




                                                                                     Sitework 21 Classrooms
                                           Replace 4'x8' chalkboards with 4'x8' whiteboards in Improvements (12 at $425.00 ea).

                                                                                          Mechanical Systems
             1        1         Air conditioning units serving Classrooms 19-22 are old and have outlived useful life.
                                            Install new air conditioning units for Classrooms 19-21.
             2        1         Handicap plumbing fixtures do not meet ADA requirements.
                                            Install new plumbing fixtures that meet ADA requirements.
             3        1         Numerous plumbing fixtures are old or do not function properly.
                                            Repair or replace inoperative plumbing fixtures.
             4        1         Electric water coolers do not meet ADA requirements.
                                            Install new electric water coolers that meet ADA requirements.
             5        1         Chemical treatment system in Janitor Closet is connected direct to potable water at mop sinks. This is a code violation and health
                                            Provide backflow protection at these systems.
             6        1         Kitchen range hood is old and room is evaporative cooled.
                                            Install new hood, exhaust fan and new AC unit for kitchen.
             7        1         Existing Kitchen mechanical equipment in service yard need to be removed for new Walk-in Ref./Freezer.
                                            Demo exist. equipment and utilities in yard 98. Air condition new dry Storage.
             8        2         Low exhaust grilles in restrooms are rusted and/or damaged.
                                            Remove low exhaust grilles and install new exhaust grilles high on walls or in ceiling.
             9        3         Several roof mounted exhaust fans are old, in poor condition, and are noise.
                                            Install new roof mounted exhaust fans for restrooms.

                                                                                            Electrical Systems
             1        1         Fire alarm notification appliance needed in rooms 14A and 15 per ADA/NFPA requirements
                                             Add strobe lights
             2        1         Intercom call switches are located too high per ADA requirements.
                                             Relocate call switches 29 locations.
             3        1         Electric outlets within 6' of sinks should have GFCI protection
                                             Change electric devices to be GFCI type 4 locations
             4        1         Electric outlets in Kitchen should be GFCI type per NEC 210.8
                                             Change electric devices to be GFCI type 8 locations
             5        1         Lighted exit signs and emergency lights do not exist in Stage area
                                             Add lighted exit signs and emergency lights
             6        1         Room 11 is large enough to require lighted exit signs and emergency lighting. None exists.
                                             Add lighted exit signs and emergency lights
             7        1         Existing emergency lights in corridors, etc. have many non-working units
                                             Repair or replace emergency lighting units.
             8        1         Southwest parking lot is unlighted.
                                             Add pole lighting.
             9        1         Walk path to portable classrooms is un lighted.
                                             Add site lighting.
            10        1         There is no light fixture in room 82A, storage room with water heater.
                                             Provide light fixture and wall switch.
            11        1         Electric water heaters do not have disconnecting means as required by electrical code.
                                             Add disconnect switches to water heaters in rooms 82A and 88.
            12        1         There are insufficient electric outlets for computer usage without daisy chaining power strips.
                                             Provide additional electrical outlets adjacent to data jacks. 46 locations.
            13        1         Kitchen is evap. cooled. New Dry Storage needs conditioning.
                                             Electrical cost to upgrade to Air Conditioning in Kitchen, new Walk-in Refrigerator and Freezer, new Dry Storage.
            14        2         Classroom light levels are substandard in original building wing.
                                             Supplement existing fixtures by adding 6 2x4 lights per room. 11 rooms total.
            15        2         Classroom light levels are substandard in original building wing.
                                             Supplement existing fixtures by adding 6 2x4 lights per room. 11 rooms total.
            16        2         Clocks not working or have been replaced with battery clocks.
                                             Replace broken or non-system clocks with new system clocks. 8 locations.
            17        3         Lighting fixtures in classrooms 19,20,21,22 are original 1959 vintage bare lamp strips.
                                             Replace lighting fixtures in rooms 19,20, 21, 22
            18        3         Light fixtures in rooms 14, 40A, 44, 82C, 84A, P3 have broken or missing lens
                                             Repair or replace fixture.
            19        4         Clock in room 11 is partially blocked by recently installed HVAC ductwork.
                                             Relocate clock.
            20        4         A significant number of light fixtures use old technology T12 lamps
                                             Relamp and reballast existing light fixtures to use T8 lamps

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Cragin Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 22, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Albanese/Brooks Architects

                                                                 Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                Detailed Program Area Spreadsheet

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            21        4         No occupancy sensing lighting control system exists. Sitework Improvements
                                             Provide occupancy sensing light switching system.
            22        2         Light fixtures in portable classroom buildings need to have lamps replaced. Half are burnt out.
                                             Replace lamps

VII                                                                                      General Remodeling
             1        1         Staff Toilets 82B and 82C cannot be made accessible. Girls Restroom 3 and Boys Restroom 80 can be made accessible with
                                additional space added to the restrooms.
                                            Provide new accessible restrooms for staff in southwest corner of courtyard adjacent to Girls 3 and Boys 80. Expand
                                            Girls 3 and Boys 80 to the north and remodel to be fully accessible. Access new staff restrooms from Corridor 1 (500
                                            sf @ $160.00/sf).
             2        1         Soccer goal on appears to have inadequately secured top bar
                                            Repair soccer goals to secure condition, anchor to ground to prevent tipping.
             3        1         Volleyball pole inserts in slab are not capped at north court
                                            Provide proper caps on inserts to remove trip hazard.
             4        1         Kitchen lacks Walk-in Refrigerator and Freezer.
                                            Provide new Kitchen Walk-in Refrigerator and Freezer and Dry Storage in Mechanical Yard 98 (400 s.f. @ 170.00/s.f.)
             5        2         Access to Multipurpose Room 44 from Classrooms 11 through 17 is through uncovered courtyard.
                                            Restore Corridor 61 to Multipurpose Room 44 by removing Storage 48 and Storage 44B. Provide new replacement
                                            storage room in courtyard accessed from existing exterior door in Corridor 61 (260 sf @ $120.00/sf).




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Davis Bilingual Magnet Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                August 5, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Arquitectura, Ltd

                                                                      Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                     Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet

                                    Problem Area Identified
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                        Assigned
               Number


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I                                                                                            Sitework Improvements
                 1         3        West Parking lot - south portion (abandoned street) - there is no fence closing off parking lot in this area.
                                    As a result, people enter the parking lot from the wash & onto the school campus & vandalize vehicles.
                                    Property where fence is to be installed, belongs to the City of Tucson.
                                                 Install fencing in above open area - total 80 l.f. Acquire permission from City of Tucson for fence.
                 2         2        Open areas south of main entry - area from sidewalk south to fence area - surface is compacted soil. The
                                    soil is very hard & students hurt themselves when they play on dirt surface. Also, this area becomes a
                                    hazard when it rains because of the length of time the large puddles take to evaporate & the mud problem.
                                    The open grass area next to the above playfield (west) is surrounded by concrete sidewalks. The soil level
                                    in this open area is several inches below sidewalks. This area floods when it rains & takes a long time to
                                    drain and / or percolate. This poses a hazard for the students since it is a main school circulation artery
                                    from the bus drop-off & from the aforementioned play area.
                                                 Create play yard by fine grading this area, importing top soils, installing irrigation & planting grass.
                                                 Import soils to raise level of grass area between sidewalks. Raise irrigation heads to required height.
                 3         3        Exterior Ramada / exterior equipment storage shed - doors & frame to shed are coming loose from wall.
                                    TUSD has attempted to repair, but frame & doors are too old & damaged.
                                                 Install new double door, door frame & hardware.
                 4         3        Exterior basketball court surfaces are in poor condition. Steel benches were set in the ground too close
                                    to basketball courts & pose a hazard for players running off court.
                                                 Resurface & restripe basketball courts. Relocate steel benches away from court.
                 5         3        North playfield - irrigation system is not working. TUSD attempted fixing - constant maintenance problem.
                                                 Install new irrigation system in above playfield.
                 6         3        New P.E. Building - New grades will render existing irrigation obsolete.
                                                 Install new irrigation system & turf around new P.E. Building.
                 7         3        Inadequate parking spaces - presently the old abandoned city street/arroyo area is used for additional parking.
                                                 Acquire land from City of Tucson and extend parking lot. Provide new paved parking lot.
                 8         4        Basket Ball court/ fencing inadequate. Possible safety hazard.
                                                 Relocate Basketball court & increase parking lot over present basketball court area.
                                                          a) Install new basketball court. 4,000 s.f. x $ 3.5/ s.f. =                                   Total= $14,000
                                                 b) Install Basketball backstops. (2) x $ 2,000 each.                                               Total= $4,000
                                                 c) General site grading and site irrigation adjustments.                                         Total= $6,000
                                                 Sub-total for basketball courts = $ 24,000.
                                                 d) Parking lot - demolish existing basketball court. 8,000 s.f. x $ 2/ s.f. =                   Total= $16,000
                                                 e) Install new asphaltic concrete parking lot. 8,000 s.f. x $ 5/ s.f. =                          Total= $40,000
                                                 f) Restripe parking lot.                                                                           Total= $2,000
                                                 Sub-total for parking lot extension = $58,000.

II                                                                                       Interior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Multi-Purpose Room Stage floor is worn & varnish finish has deteriorated down to the wood.
                                                  Sand stage floor & install new varnish finish on stage floor & front edge.
                 2         2        Multi-Purpose Room Stage does not have a handicap access ramp or lift.
                                                  Install handicap ramp from MPR up to stage.
                 3         3        Kindergarten Classroom 140- A/C condensation pan/lines leak onto ceiling & flooring.
                                                  Replace damaged ceiling tiles & replace carpeting in this room. 419 s.f. x $ 8.00/ s.f. =
                 4         3        Classrooms 23, 24 & 26 have mold problem. Rooms smell very bad - carpet in poor condition - floor blistered.
                                                  Remove carpet & dry-out wood floor. Replace carpet & damaged / warped floor boards.
                                                  Total: 2,145 s.f. x $ 8.00 / s.f. =
                 5         1        Floor tile is worn, blistering & most edges are lifting in the following classrooms: 9, 10, 21 & MPR.
                                                  Replace floor tile in the above rooms: 4,604 s.f. x $ 4.50 / s.f.=
                 6         3        Doors going in & out of Multi-Purpose room do not have windows in doors. Students can get hurt
                                    when opening doors quickly because they cannot see if someone is on the other side of the door.
                                                  Cut in small windows into doors. (6) doors (2) lites each x $ 100.00 for each 4"x 4" window lite.
                 7         3        Building does not have any insulation - A/C system has to work hard to compensate. Rooms are very hot.
                                    This item was not addressed during SFB 2000 program implementation.
                                                  Install new R-30 batt insulation above ceilings in plenum space. Energy savings issue.
                                                  Total school area: 39,491 s.f. x 1.10 / s.f. =
                 8         3        Multi-Purpose Room - northwest windows - students continue to run into glass - It is a safety hazard because
                                    there is a 3 feet drop down to the exterior concrete surface if the glass breaks.
                                                  Install hollow metal railings.
                 9         2        Flooring worn throughout school.
                                                  Replace remainder of school flooring with sheet vinyl. 32,323 s.f. x 4.5 / s.f.


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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Davis Bilingual Magnet Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                August 5, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Arquitectura, Ltd

                                                                   Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                  Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet

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                     Assigned
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III                                                                                    Sitework Improvements
                                                                                   Exterior Building Improvements
              1         4        Upper level windows - new sun screens were installed several years ago - 23 window screens are in good
                                 condition - 10 are in need of replacement.
                                             Replace 10 window screens @ the upper level of the building.
              2         4        Loading dock @ Kitchen & Multi-Purpose Room - does not have a handicap ramp. School has a large number
                                 of stage productions where props & instruments need to be brought into MPR & MPR is not accessible unless
                                 one uses ramp @ West entry & proceeds to bring equipment down main hallways to MPR.
                                             Install a handicap ramp @ loading dock.
              3         4        Lower level exterior windows do not have metal screens - school has been burglarized by entering thru
                                 these windows. Also, general vandalism & window breakage occurs throughout the year @ these lower
                                 windows.
                                             Install operable & lockable metal mesh screens @ all lower level exterior windows. Screens should
                                             be operable so that windows can be cleaned.
              4         2        Roof leaks reported in the Multi-Purpose Room, Art Room, Classrooms 4, 21 & 23. Roof was only patched
                                 during the 2000 SFB Program. The last time a new roof was installed was in 1993 - Twelve years ago.
                                             Remove existing roof & flashings & install new modified bitumen roof & flashings on entire roof.
                                             Total roof: 20,000 s.f. x 9.00 / s.f.

V                                                                                         Mechanical Systems
              1         3        The tele-communication room is not provided with adequate air conditioning
                                             Provide a dedicated AC unit.
              2         3        The teachers' lounge is evaporatively cooled.
                                             Provide air conditioning in the teachers' lounge.
              3         3        The multipurpose room is currently evaporative cooled.
                                             Provide air conditioning in MPR.
              4         3        The kitchen is currently evaporative cooled.
                                             Replace evaporative cooling system with air conditioning. The kitchen hood and make-up air system
                                             shall be modified as required.
              5         4        The toilets in the restrooms are tank type.
                                             Replace with flush valve type.
              6         3        Hallways are evaportively cooled.
                                             Provide air conditioning.
              7         2        Extend fresh air venting to roof/sides- positive venting. Presently, bird smells enter the school from attic space.
                                             Extend ducts as required, past the attic space.

VI                                                                                            Electrical Systems
              1         1        There is no security alarm system @ the portable (music room) instrument collection.
                                              Add security.
              2         1        Classrooms 2 & 3, & Multi-Purpose Room have access doors directly to the outside. These rooms do not
                                 have motion detectors, nor are they connected to the security alarm system. Anyone can access these
                                 rooms from the outside without detection.
                                              Install security system in the above rooms.
              3         4        School has pigeon problem - TUSD began installing electric wire on east side of school outside classrooms
                                 but did not complete. Also, pigeons have now moved to north / central patio.
                                              Continue the installation of electrical bird deterrent wire along top of roof edges @ east side &
                                              install new electric bird deterrent wire @ north patio roof edges.
              4         1        Exit and emergency lighting is in poor condition and outdated. Only some operate properly.
                                              Replace existing with new.
              5         1        Exterior lighting is in poor condition and a mix of light fixture types.
                                              Replace existing with new and add new light fixtures.
              6         2        Classrooms have insufficient receptacles.
                                              Add receptacles and circuits.
              7         1        Computer classroom lighting has parabolic lense with exposed lamps which are not safe if lamps break.
                                              Replace existing with new lensed light fixtures.
              8         2        Main intercom control panel is in poor condition and outdated.
                                              Replace existing with new main panel.
              9         1        Multi-Purpose Room Stage - Sound system is antiquated & does not work properly.
                                              Install new sound system with microphones & speakers.
             10         1        Portable classroom only has strip fluorescent lamps with bare lamps.
                                              Replace lighting with lensed fluorescent fixtures.
             11         2        Kitchen equipment assessment needs affect power, teledata, and security.
                                              Add power, teledata, and security at kitchen.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Davis Bilingual Magnet Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                August 5, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Arquitectura, Ltd

                                                                 Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet

                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
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                     Priority
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                                            Suggested Corrective Action



                                                                                       Sitework Improvements
VII                                                                                     General / Remodeling
             1         4        Portable is in poor condition. Roof is leaking, roach problem, carpet deteriorated, wood pecker destruction
                                seen on fascia board & wood around windows. Portable is used as music room.
                                            Replace portable with new portable.




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Dietz Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                August 2, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Welman Sperides Mickelberg Architects

                                                                     Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                    Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                          Sitework Improvements
                 1         4        Entrance to parking lot needs to be repaved
                                                Repave 2000 sq. ft. of asphalt at parking lot entrance
                 2         4        Parking lot needs to be resealed and restriped
                                                Reseal and restripe parking lot (Total of 25,000 sq.ft.)
                 3         4        Bird nest on parking lot light
                                                Remove nest and add bird control
                 4         1        No existing ADA parking spaces
                                                Provide ADA parking spaces
                 5         4        Ponding on sidewalk at Doors 27 and 28
                                                Provide adequate drainage to eliminate ponding by replacing sidewalk (Total of 800 sq.ft.)
                 6         4        Weeds and grass growing in sand
                                                Remove grass and weeds
                 7         4        Sand is compact and hard under play equipment
                                                Replace with new wood chips
                 8         4        Wood chips are not evenly placed
                                                Redistribute wood chips
                 9         4        Chain link fencing fabric is loose
                                                Repair chain link fabric
                10         1        There is no fence that separates the playground from the parking lot
                                                Add new fencing to separate the playground from the parking lot (Total of 250 lin. ft)

II                                                                                     Interior Building Improvements
                 1         4        Door from Library to Reception Area and door to Classroom 8 do not latch
                                               Repair/replace door latches
                 2         4        Classrooms 9,18 and 19 and Occupational Therapy Rm 128 -- carpet stained
                                               Replace carpet (Total of 2,500 sq. ft.)
                 3         4        Rm 13A-Toilet -- Ceiling tile falling down
                                               Repair/replace ceiling tile (Total of 20 sq. ft)
                 4         4        Classroom 17 -- Stains on ceiling from old roof leak
                                               Repair roof leak and replace ceiling tile
                 5         4        Administration Area -- VCT flooring and base need to be replaced
                                               Replace VCT flooring and base (Total of 2,000 sq. ft.)
                 6         4        Administration Area -- There is no way to secure this area after hours
                                               Install new doors and frames (Total of 2)

III                                                                                    Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         4        Exterior brick walls need to be cleaned and resealed
                                                Clean and reseal exterior brick walls (Total of 8,000 sq. ft.)
                 2         4        Paint peeling on fascia - south wall
                                                Repaint fascia - south wall (Total of 2,000 sq.ft.)
                 3         1        Roof resealed -- needs some patching
                                                Patch roof where needed (Total of 1,000 sq.ft.)
                 4         1        Ponding on canopy east of Rm 9
                                                Replace roofing and install new roof crickets (Total of 500 sq.ft.)
                 5         4        Bird nest on light south of Corridor 201
                                                Remove nest and add bird control

IV                                                                                Equipment and Special Construction
                 1         4        Kitchen does not have a Walk-in Freezer
                                               Add a new Walk-in Freezer in the Kitchen
                 2         4        Kitchen does not have a Walk-in Refrigerator
                                               Add a new Walk-in Refrigerator in the Kitchen
                 3         4        Kitchen does not have a Three Compartment Sink
                                               Add a new Three Compartment Sink in the Kitchen
                 4         4        Kitchen does not have a beverage or milk case refrigerator
                                               Add a new beverage or milk case refrigerator in the Kitchen
                 5         4        Kitchen does not have a Reach-in Refrigerator
                                               Add a new Reach-in Refrigerator in the Kitchen
                 6         4        Kitchen has no hot service tables
                                               Add new hot service tables in the Kitchen

V                                                                                          Mechanical Systems

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Dietz Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                August 2, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Welman Sperides Mickelberg Architects

                                                                  Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                 Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
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                    Assigned
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             1         4                                                               Sitework Improvements
                                Chiller and boiler are located in same mechanical room, no emergency exhaust or refrigerant detection leak system
                                            Provide emergency exhaust system and refrigerant detection leak system
             2         3        Exhaust fans for all the restrooms are past their useful life
                                            Replace exhaust fans
             3         3        Restrooms lavatories are old mechanical faucets
                                            Need to be replace with new ones
             4         3        Drinking fountains in the corridor, are beyond their useful life and do not meet TUSD standards
                                            Replace drinking fountains
             5         3         Fan coil unit located near the Parent Workroom is located above the ceiling and has a condensate pump which the condensate
                                piping is currently leaking
                                            Needs repair
             6         4        Tele-communication room should be provided with a dedicated air conditioning unit
                                            Provide an AC unit
             7         4        New cooling tower should be provided with a sediment separator system
                                            Provide separator to extend life of the cooling tower
             8         4        HVAC in classroom not even -hot and cold spots throughout school
                                            Investigate and modify system as required
             9         4        The EMCS system does not have backnet interface
                                            Provide backnet gateway
            10         4        School does not utilize reclaim water
                                            Provide reclaim water
            11         4        Temperature Security System in Kitchen
                                            Provide Temperature Security System
            12         4        Need a three compartment sink with faucets and drains
                                            Modify plumbing as required to install sink
            13         4        Kitchen needs air conditioning
                                            Provide AC for kitchen and dry storage

VI                                                                                         Electrical Systems
             1                  No fire alarm strobe installed - Rooms 107,141,143,115,11,13,7,162,163,22,24,18,19,14,17,15,16
                       1                     Provide fire alarm strobe (17 Total)
             2                  No intercom speaker installed - Rooms 102,107,110,141,A,115,11,13,129,149
                       4                     Provide intercom speaker (10 Total)
             3                  No pull station installed - Rooms 107,133
                       1                     Provide pull station (2 Total)
             4                  No security installed - Rooms 107,A,128,129, kitchen
                       1                     Provide motion detector (6 Total)
             5                  Fire alarm horn/strobe not installed - Rooms 110,3,128
                       1                     Provide fire alarm horn/strobe (3 Total)
             6                  Panels MP,P,E,(2)un-named,B old - Rooms 103,109,156,230
                       4                     Upgrade Panel (6 Total)
             7                  Missing cover plate on junction boxes - Rooms 106,109,139,exterior of Room 9
                       1                     Provide cover plates for junction boxes (4 Total)
             8                  Insufficient receptacles - Rooms 150,7,5
                       4                     Provide additional receptacles (15 Total)
             9                  No exit sign installed - Rooms 106,107
                       1                     Provide exit sign (2 Total)
            10                  Receptacles within 6ft of any water source need to be GFCI protected or labeled as protected - Room 106
                       2                     Replace receptacles (1 Total)
            11                  No tele/data installed - Rooms A,128,129
                       1                     Provide tele/data (3 Total)
            12                  No clock installed - Rooms 141,3
                       1                     Provide clock (2 Total)
            13                  No power installed for ac unit - Kitchen
                       1                     Provide circuits and disconnect for ac unit (1 Total)
            14                  No thermostat installed for cold storage - room Kitchen
                       1                     Provide thermostat for cold storage (1 Total)
            13                  GENERAL - LIGHTING/SECURITY LIGHTING UPGRADE - SITE
                       1                     All lighting, strips, 2x4, 1x4 have T12 lamping - Upgrade lighting to utilize T8 lamping based on 40fc 10 light fixtures
                                             per 1000 sq ft overall site (54,043 sq ft)

VII                                                                                     General / Remodeling


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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Dietz Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                August 2, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Welman Sperides Mickelberg Architects

                                                            Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                           Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
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                                          Suggested Corrective Action



                                                                              Sitework Improvements




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Drachman Primary Magnet Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                August 5, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Arquitectura, Ltd

                                                                      Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                     Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
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                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                             Sitework Improvements
                 1         3        West Parking lot - south end - there is no fence closing off parking lot in this area. As a
                                    result, people enter from this area & onto parking lot & the remainder of the campus.
                                                 Install fencing in above open area - total 110 l.f.
                 2         1        Severe water puddles (1"- 2" high) are formed in the entry courtyards outside the admin area. It is a slipping
                                    hazard as it is in the main circulation path
                                                 Install area drain & pipe rainwater out to the parking lot.
                 3         1        Play areas under play equipment - (1) area has sand, (1) area has wood chips. The sand area
                                    should be replaced with wood chips, because soil compacts. Wood chip area should have more chips
                                     installed because chips have diminished over the years & equipment concrete footings are exposed &
                                    a student recently broke his arm on one of these footings.
                                                 Remove sand & install wood chips in both play areas:
                 4         1        Central courtyard floods when it rains. The drainage channels south of courtyard are plugged-up with sand
                                    & mud. The plugging-up of the channels is associated with the following item.
                                                 Regardless of whether or not the following work is done south of the central courtyard, the channels
                                                 should be routed-out, with swales installed at the entry & outlets of the canals.
                 5         1        Sand / dirt area south of central courtyard floods also. This area becomes muddy & poses a hazard for the
                                    students. The extent of the mud was evidenced when the fire department had one of its fire trucks sink in
                                    the mud during a site visit. Problem with correcting this hazard is that it is unclear as to who owns this land &,
                                    therefore, who pays for the repairs- the City of Tucson or TUSD. This item has been a hazard for years.
                                                 Re-grade this area & install an emergency concrete fire lane (students could play on it when
                                                 not in use). The concrete could be striped with game lines.
                 6         2        Irrigation system does not work properly at the south playfields. Grass areas becomes very soft when
                                    irrigated or after a heavy rain. Field is so soft that lawn mowing vehicles sink when driven on these grass
                                    fields. Because of this, neither the City of Tucson nor TUSD will cut the grass in this area.
                                                 Possible solutions: 1)Compact soils using vehicle roller. Import & set new sand surface. Because
                                                 this work will damage the irrigation system, a new irrigation system will need to be installed.
                                                 2) Install Enica Mat (1/2" thick) over entire grass area. Import & set new sand surface. Raise
                                                 irrigation heads to new height of grass. This work will need to be done in phases to allow the
                                                 grass to grow up through the mats & sand base. Estimate for this alternate solution: $ 100,000.00
                 7         4        Inadequate parking spaces.
                                                 TUSD to negotiate a larger portion of shared parking w/ City of Tucson.

II                                                                                   Interior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Activity Rooms 300, 400, 600 & Library - Rainwater enters thru the opening between the double entry doors.
                                    The rainwater has caused the carpeting and / or floor tile to blister & cause a tripping hazard.
                                               Replace damaged VCT flooring @ above entries. 64 s.f. x $ 3.00 x 4 =

III                                                                                     Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         4        Administration area entry - upper windows facing south: because of the amount of sun entering
                                    thru these windows, the space gets too hot. Windows were painted white & paint is deteriorating.
                                    These windows are also leaking during hard rains. Natural light from windows is desirable.
                                                 Remove existing glass from windows & install Kal-wall insulated / translucent wall panels
                                                 with new caulking and re-paint windows.
                 2         2        All exterior aluminum doors & frames are warping & in some cases the frames are coming off the walls.
                                    Several doors opening to courtyard have warped down to strike side of door & are dragging on the sidewalk.
                                    TUSD is in the process of grinding the concrete @ the threshold of these doors to allow them to open.
                                    The doors never had door bottom weather stripping or rainwater diverters installed. The jamb anchor bolts
                                     are missing or insufficient to hold door frame to wall. The door hinges or aluminum door jambs seem to be
                                    coming loose and / or warping, causing the doors to sag & drag along the concrete floor. The double doors
                                    do not have astragals installed between the door leafs & the regular doors do not have astragals installed
                                    at the latch areas. This has caused easy access for intruders to pop the latches, open doors & burgle the
                                    school. The rain also comes in from between the the double doors & the school has reported a mice & bug
                                    problem due to access caused by the gap between the doors. Room 400 double door frame & sidelites are
                                    coming off the wall. Kitchen & Receiving area- rainwater enters along sides, bottom & top of exterior doors.
                                    Activity Rm. 700, door frame is coming off wall.
                                                 Install astragals & rainwater diverters / weather stripping @ bottom of both single & dbl drs.
                                                    (15) double exterior doors - (17) single exterior doors
                                                 Install new jamb supports @ side of double door frames.
                                                    (15) double exterior doors
                                                 Install aluminum bar @ all doors at panic hardware height to keep doors from warping.
                                                    (15) double exterior doors - (17) single exterior doors
                                                 Prep frames & install stronger gage hinges or rotunda hinges at all exterior doors.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Drachman Primary Magnet Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                August 5, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Arquitectura, Ltd

                                                                 Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
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                                            Suggested Corrective Action



                                                 (15) double exterior doors - (17) singleSitework Improvements
                                                                                          exterior doors
                                             Continue to grind concrete sidewalks outside doors that have considerable warpage.
                                                 (2) additional areas to grind concrete @ door thresholds.
                                             Kitchen & receiving doors: install exterior rainwater diverter at top & bottom of doors.
                                             (2) 4 foot wide doors: install new weather stripping & metal canopy over doors.
             3         2        All exterior aluminum windows & frames leak on north elevation of building. Leaks @ classrooms, offices
                                & @ the east entry doors & windows of the Multi-Purpose Building.
                                             At the above items: re-caulk all windows & frames. Install new weather gasketing @ doors.
             4         2        All exterior windows in classrooms & in administration offices - window breakage & burglar break-ins
                                have occurred throughout the years - one year someone broke every window on the north building elevation.
                                             Install operable & lockable metal mesh screens on all exterior windows. Screens should be
                                             operable so that windows can be cleaned.
             5         1        Existing roof is leaking. Roof was only patched, under 2000 SFB program. The roof leaks in the following
                                areas: Work Rm. 405, Admin. Corridors 101 & 113, MPR Storage Rm. 204, Receiving 205, Kitchen 203,
                                Activity Rm.400, & Classrooms 307 & 309. School has original roof & it has been repaired for several years.
                                             Remove existing roof & flashings & install new modified bitumen roof & flashings. Patch existing
                                             metal roof & gutters. 32,674 s.f. x 9.00 / s.f.
             6         2        (3) Handicap ramps @ central courtyard are located outside patio overhangs & are not covered. The wheel-
                                chair students need to go out into the rain & slip down the handicap ramps during rain storms in order to
                                attend classes or lunch in Multi-Purpose / Cafeteria Room.
                                             Install metal canopy overhangs @ all (3) ramps. (3) x$3,500 ea. =

IV                                                                           Equipment and Special Construction
             1         3        Food services assessment requirements.
                                           Dish machine ($ 8,000), Walk-in-freezer ($10,500), Combination oven-steamer ($ 20,000),
                                           walk-in refrigerator ($ 8,000)

V                                                                                      Mechanical Systems
             1         3        The school is provided with rooftop package DX air conditioning units.
                                They appear not to be providing the code required outside air.
                                            Provide energy recovery units to provide the required outside air and conserve energy.
             2         3        The multipurpose restrooms have a thermostat located in the restroom,
                                which are damaged a lot by the students.
                                            Provide remote temperature sensors located in the ductwork.
             3         3        The exhaust fan for the dishwasher hood is obsolete and should be replaced.
                                            Provide exhaust fans.
             4         3        The tele-communication room shall be provided with a dedicated air conditioning unit.
                                            Provide air conditioning.
             5         4        Drachman is not currently connected to the EMCS system.
                                            Provide an EMCS system, which meets TUSD’s standards.
             6         2        The split system that serves the multipurpose restrooms,
                                the compressor appears to have been burnt out.
                                             Replace unit as required.
             7         3        Every 6 months the sewer line that runs under the following rooms Jan. Rm. 411, Storage Rm. 410, Class-
                                room 409, Closet 502, Corridor 500, Activity Rm. 600, Classroom 606, Storage Rm. 610 Jan. Cl. Rm. 611, be-
                                comes clogged & there is a serious sewer backup into these rooms. TUSD has investigated the clog using
                                a T.V. camera & found that one of the sewer joints or elbows has broken & the charred sides of the line are
                                tapping sewage. TUSD maintenance staff feels that the only remedy is to cut the concrete slab under the
                                broken area & repair the line.
                                            Repair broken line under concrete slab.
             8         3        Custodian's Office - Room 208 - school stores flammable liquids in metal cabinet. Room needs to be vented.
                                            Install exhaust vent in this room.
             9         4        School needs a temperature security system.
                                            Provide temperature system.

VI                                                                                      Electrical Systems
             1         1        Alarm bells are always going off in Classrooms 400, 404, 406, 407 & 409.
                                            Correct fire alarm in these rooms.
             2         1        Activity Room 700 - light switches do not work. TUSD has not been able to get these switches to work.
                                            Correct problem with light switches.
             3         1        Exterior outlets - East of Multi-Purpose Room 200 - do not work. TUSD has not been able to correct problem.
                                            Correct problem with electrical outlets.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Drachman Primary Magnet Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                August 5, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Arquitectura, Ltd

                                                                Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                               Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                           Suggested Corrective Action



             4         1        Exterior light fixtures in courtyards are damaged and Sitework Improvementslighting.
                                                                                         do not provide adequate
                                             Replace exterior light fixtures in courtyard and add fixtures.
             5         1        Smoke detector in one Restroom is faulty, keeps going off.
                                             Repair smoke detector.
             6         1        MPR Sound System control panel is outdated and in a poor location to serve indoor and outdoor area.
                                             Replace existing with new portable system including speakers.
             7         1        MPR indirect lighting does not provide adequate light levels.
                                             Replace or supplement existing with downlighting.
             8         2        Kitchen equipment assessment needs affect power, teledata, and security.
                                             Add power, teledata, and security at kitchen.

VII                                                                                 General / Remodeling




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Duffy Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 14, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Swaim Associates

                                                                     Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                    Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                           Sitework Improvements
                 1         3        Asphalt parking has cracks and binder is deteriorating.
                                               Crack fill and seal coat all asphalt parking areas.
                 2         3        Broken / cracked sidewalks on pedestrian routes.
                                               Replace broken concrete sidewalk sections on pedestrian routes.
                 3         4        2 Courts require recoat / restripe, 1 court is cracked throughout, basketball standard bent.
                                               Clean and recoat 2 courts. Replace one court and paint standards.
                 4         4        Sand play areas have compacted sand and areas low. "Rings" unit has worn bushings.
                                               Replace sand with wood chips. Remove rings.
                 5         3        Miscellaneous gate repairs. Boundary fence is only 4' high. (Fence now missing at north boundary - construction.)
                                               Adjust gates and make minor repairs. Install 5'-0" high fence per Safety Officer.
                 6         3        Courtyard catch basins appear to be plugged.
                                               Clean basins and flush pipe.
                 7         4        2 Ramadas, wood construction requires painting.
                                               Repaint ramadas.
                 8         4        2 Portables require painting. (1) is a double unit.
                                               Paint portables.
                 9         4        Large dry areas throughout play fields, uneven areas, d.g. areas thin and overgrown.
                                               Selective head adjustments, fertilize turf and supplement d.g. areas.
                10         3        Backstop in poor condition.
                                               Replace backstop.
                11         3        Site stucco wall requires miscellaneous repairs on edges and corners.
                                               Repair stucco, repair and install pegs to prevent skateboarders.
                12         2        At west end of courtyard, there is a 6"-plus drop adjacent sidewalk.
                                               Supplement soil material to reduce drop-off to 1".

II                                                                                       Interior Building Improvements
                 1         4        Carpet is soiled and stained throughout.
                                                 Replace soiled carpet.
                 2         4        Interior painting - overall in good condition - door frames and trim are nicked.
                                                 Repaint interior trim and selected walls.
                 3         3        Classroom ceilings in fair condition. Original glue applied ceilings in poor condition.
                                                 Replace old tiles that are falling from ceiling, particularly in the MPR.
                 4         3        Door hardware finish is deteriorated on lever handles. Locks require adjustment. Doors rub frames.
                                                 Replace select locksets and make hardware and door adjustments throughout.
                 5         3        Toilet partitions damaged, misc. broken tiles, missing soap dispensers.
                                                 Repair partitions and make other repairs.
                 6         4        Classroom cabinet doors have chipped doors and require adjustment. Most cabinets are serviceable.
                                                 Replace damaged doors and make adjustments.
                 7         3        Selected restrooms in classrooms have bubbled and peeling paint at exterior walls.
                                                 Check for moisture penetration. Prepare walls to repaint.

III                                                                                  Exterior Building Improvements

                 1         3        Exterior is brick masonry. There are several holes, broken brick and cracks that require repair. Several stained areas.
                                                Repair brick to prevent water penetration. Clean brick and selective repointing.
                 2         4        Building trim, fascias, windows are in fair condition.
                                                Repaint select exterior doors and trim in weathered locations.
                 3         4        Exterior wood doors at Courtyard are weathered.
                                                Replace exterior wood doors.
                 4         3        Exterior doors have missing seals and weatherstripping.
                                                Replace exterior weatherstripping on doors.
                 5         3        Existing shingle roofing in fair condition. Flat roof over walkways requires recoating.
                                                Recoat flat roofing areas.
                 6         2        Selected thresholds exceeds ADA requirements.
                                                Add tapered thresholds - trim door bottoms.
                 7         3        Miscellaneous grilles are loose in masonry walls.
                                                Secure loose HVAC grilles.
                 8         2        West end of building courtyard is not secured.
                                                Add security fencing at west end of building.



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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Duffy Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 14, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Swaim Associates

                                                                 Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



V                                                                                    Sitework Improvements
                                                                                       Mechanical Systems
             1         3        Kitchen water heaters are old and have outlived useful life.
                                           Install new water heaters.
             2         1        Handicap plumbing fixtures do not meet ADA requirements.
                                           Install new plumbing fixtures that meet ADA requirements.
             3         3        Numerous plumbing fixtures are old or do not function properly.
                                           Repair or replace inoperative plumbing fixtures.
             4         3        Faucets and bubblers on classroom sinks are old and in poor condition.
                                           Install new faucets and bubblers on classroom sinks.
                                Chemical treatment system in Janitor Closet is connected direct to potable water at mop sinks. This is a code violation and health
             5
                       1        hazard.
                                           Provide backflow protection at these systems.

VI                                                                                        Electrical Systems
             1         1        Fire alarm system field devices not per ADA and NFPA-72. Also, Pyrotronics FACP is obsolete
                                           Replace fire alarm system
             2         1        Kitchen electric receptacles are not GFCI type as required by NEC 210.8
                                           Replace wiring devices with GFCI devices, 7 locations
             3         1        Computer room has daisy-chained power strips
                                           Owner should discontinue practice of daisy-chaining power strips. Add 8 receptacles
             4         2        Portable classrooms not wired with voice (telephone) cabling
                                           Provide voice cabling and jacks in portables, 3 locations
             5         3        Intercom system head-end console is obsolete
                                           Replace intercom system
             6         3        Room 148 - New closet wall build directly below light fixture. Can't change lamps
                                           Relocate light fixture

VII                                                                                       General/Remodeling
             1         3        Multi-Purpose Building is evaporative cooled.
                                            Install air conditioning in Multi-Purpose Room.
             2         3        Kitchen is evaporative cooled.
                                            Install air conditioning in Kitchen, replace hood.




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Dunham Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                October 28, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Sayler-Brown Bolduc Lara Architects, LLC

                                                                     Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                    Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                           Sitework Improvements
                 1         3        Cracked sidewalk.
                                                 Replace area of cracking concrete
                 2         3        East basketball court cracked.
                                                 Resurface court
                 3         3        East basketball court rim broken.
                                                 Replace rim
                 4         3        Play field backstop is damaged.
                                                 Repair bottom rail
                 5         2        Double slide is damaged at bottom.
                                                 Repair slide per manufacturer's recommendations
                 6         3        Parking lot striping is faded.
                                                 Restripe parking lot
                 7         2        No connection to City reclaimed water system.
                                                 Remove old irrigation and install reclaimed water system
                 8         3        Exterior Lighting needs maintenance, repair and upgrading.
                                                 Maintain, repair, relamp and provide additional parking area and exterior lighting. Conform with current design
                                                 standards and outdoor lighting code.
                                    Not all exit lights and emergency lights are operational. Exterior emergency lights have not been provided. Emergency lighting is
                 9         1        generally inadequate.
                                                 Checkout and test all emergency lights and exit lights. Provide exterior emergency lighting in accordance with IBC
                                                 requirements. Provide additional emergency lighting.
                10         2        Replace 800 S.F. of asphalt (formerly Portables Pad).
                                                 Add 800 S.F. of concrete play court
                11         2        Asphalt basketball court pitted and cracked.
                                                 Replace asphalt court with concrete court
                12         2        Primary play area has inconsistent wood fiber coverage
                                                 Add wood fiber material and spread evenly.
                13         2        Bare spots in grass play fields.
                                                 Provide sod for 1,000 S.F. for bare spots.

II                                                                                    Interior Building Improvements
                 1         3        GWB partitions require patching and paint.
                                                 Patch and paint areas of damage
                 2         3        Door hardware is faulty.
                                                 Replace hardware (2 places)
                 3         3        Acoustical ceiling panels damaged.
                                                 Replace ceiling panels
                 4         3        Vinyl tiles damaged and cracked.
                                                 Replace damaged floor tile
                 5         3        Carpet damaged and unraveling.
                                                 Replace damaged carpet with vinyl tile.
                 6         3        Ceramic tile cracked and broken.
                                                 Replace damaged tile
                 7         3        Resilient base coming loose or missing.
                                                 Replace resilient base
                 8         3        Carpet in library is beyond it's lifespan.
                                                 Replace carpet

III                                                                                 Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Fascia Paint fading.
                                                Repaint fascias
                 2         3        Stucco peeling at exterior soffits
                                                Patch and paint soffits
                 3         3        Window panes are broken or plastic.
                                                Replace window panes
                 4         3        Flashing separating brick parapet.
                                                Re-attach and re-seal flashing
                 5         3        Paint at portables H-1, N-4 and C-3 fading.
                                                Repaint portables exterior.
                 6         2        Windows at portable H-1 are painted shut.
                                                Repair windows to be operable.


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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Dunham Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                October 28, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Sayler-Brown Bolduc Lara Architects, LLC

                                                                  Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                 Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



                                                                                    Sitework Improvements
IV                                                                             Equipment and Special Construction
             1         3        Millwork water damaged and decaying.
                                           Replace damaged millwork and refinish existing.

V                                                                                        Mechanical Systems
             1         4        Combustion air in mechanical room does not meet code.
                                            Modify combustion air to conform to code.
             2         3        One small water heater is old.
                                            Replace water heater.
             3         2        One electric water cooler does not function properly.
                                            Replace water cooler.
             4         3        The existing air handlers are original and need to be replaced.
                                            Replace existing air handlers and include in EMCS.
             5         3        Kitchen is currently served by evaporative cooler.
                                            Provide warming hood, exhaust fan & provide air conditioning
             6         3        Existing evaporative cooler serving mechanical room is old.
                                            Replace evaporative cooler.
             7         3        Chiller and boiler occupy the same room.
                                            Provide gas shut off valve, monitor and ventilation.
             8         4        Modular class #1 AC has no fresh air capability and no operable windows.
                                            Replace existing window AC units with (1) new all mount unit with fresh air capability.

VI                                                                                        Electrical Systems
             1         4        Interior lighting needs maintenance, repair, relamping, lighting level review and controls.
                                              Maintain, repair, relamp and provide appropriate lighting levels and motion sensor controls.
             2         1        Existing fire alarm system requires detailed review to determine conformance with current ADA, SFB and NFPA requirements.
                                             Modify and upgrade fire alarm system to conform with ADA heights and strobe placements, heat detectors per SFB
                                             and audibility per NFPA.
                                Existing intercom system requires detailed review to determine school-wide audibility and intelligibility of broadcast instructions
             3         1        especially during emergency conditions.
                                             Modify and upgrade intercom system to provide interior and exterior areas' audibility and intelligibility.
             4         4        Existing electrical service equipment, panels and feeders are getting old and might be subject to failure in the near future.
                                             Perform preventive maintenance including thermal imaging, meggering, harmonic analysis and load measurements.

VII                                                                                  General/Remodeling
                                Various code violations due to using equipment areas for storage and not allowing immediate access to electrical equipment.
             1         1        Also noted that Exit Corridor 16C from Platform 16B was blocked with supplies.
                                           Provide additional storage rooms.
             2         4        Telecom equipment room area is inadequate and T-1 service is not reliable.
                                           Provide adequate room for telecom equipment and improve T-1 service reliability.
             3         4        Need kitchen storage room.
                                           Add 120 S.F. Storage room




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Erickson Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                August 11, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Welman Sperides Mickelberg Architects

                                                                      Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                     Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                           Sitework Improvements
                 1         1        Decomposed granite washing onto sidewalks along Stella
                                                Install new perferated drainage piping to redirect water flow (Total of 300 lin.ft.)
                 2         4        Visitor Parking Lot at entrance needs repair
                                                Fill large cracks and reseal asphalt (Total of 8,000 sq. ft.)
                 3         4        Playground ramada structure needs to be repainted
                                                Paint ramada (Total of 800 sq. ft.)
                 4         4        Basketball courts need to be re-striped
                                                Re-stripe basketball courts
                 5         1        Water runs under door into Classroom 18
                                                Remove and repour concrete sidewalk (Total of 500 sq.ft.)
                 6         1        Existing perimeter fencing is only 4'-0" high, which creates a security issue.
                                                Remove and replace existing perimeter fencing with a new 5'-0" high fence (Total of 2,500 lin. ft.)

II                                                                                   Interior Building Improvements
                 1         2        Glass broken in Classroom 1
                                               Replace glass (Total of 5 sq. ft.)
                 2         4        Flooring needs to be replaced
                                               Replace 100 sq.ft. VCT
                 3         4        Rm 111 -- Ceramic tile needs to be stripped and resealed
                                               Strip and reseal tile
                 4         1        Classroom 17 door is delaminating
                                               Replace door with new hollow metal door and frame
                 5         1        Doors in Classrooms 22, 25 and 26 stick when opened
                                               Adjust door hardware
                 6         1        Doors in Classrooms 9, 10 and 24 do not latch when closed
                                               Adjust door hardware
                 7         4        Carpeting in Rms 3,4,5,6,7,8,12,13,17 and the Library needs to be replaced
                                               Replace carpeting (Total of 9,500 sq. ft.)
                 8         1        Termite infestation in Rm 10 (storage)
                                               Fix termite infestation

III                                                                                  Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         1        Need to replace approx. 1,000 sq.ft. pre-finished metal roof paneling at walkways
                                               Replace metal roof paneling at walkways (Total of 1,000 sq. ft.)
                 2         2        Exterior wooden doors in round courtyard and to Classroom 17 need to be replaced
                                               Replace with hollow metal doors and frames (Total of 13 doors)
                 3         4        Drip screed at fascia NW corner of building needs repair
                                               Repair drip screed

IV                                                                               Equipment and Special Construction
                 1         4        Kitchen does not have a Walk-in Freezer
                                              Add a new Walk-in Freezer to the Kitchen
                 2         4        Kitchen does not have a Walk-in Refrigerator
                                              Add a new Walk-in Refrigerator to the Kitchen
                 3         4        Kitchen does not have a Beverage or Milk Case Refrigerator
                                              Add a new Beverage or Milk Case Refrigerator
                 4         4        Kitchen does not have hot service tables
                                              Add new hot service tables to the Kitchen
                 5         4        Kitchen does not have a safe
                                              Add a new safe to the Kitchen

V                                                                                           Mechanical Systems
                 1         3        The cooling tower is approaching the end of its useful life
                                               Replace cooling tower
                 2         4        To save energy a waterside economizer should be installed in the chilled water system
                                               Install a waterside economizer
                 3         3        Condensation or rainwater roof leak in one of the classroom corridors
                                               Fix piping or roof as required
                 4         4        Tele-communication room should be provided with a dedicated air conditioning unit
                                               Provide dedicated AC unit
                 5         4        A sediment separator system not installed for cooling tower
                                               Provide separator to extend life of tower

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Erickson Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                August 11, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Welman Sperides Mickelberg Architects

                                                                  Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                 Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



             6         4                                                            Sitework
                                HVAC does not control temperature well in north classrooms Improvements
                                          Investigate on-going complaints by staff & correct HVAC
             7         2        Room 111 - Exhaust fan does not work
                                          Replace exhaust fan with new
             8         4        The EMCS system does not have backnet interface
                                          Provide backnet gateway
             9         4        Kitchen needs Temperature Security system
                                          Provide Temperature Security system
            10         4        New Kitchen hoods over oven in kitchen are needed
                                          Provide new Kitchen hoods
            11         4        Kitchen needs air conditioning
                                          Provide air conditioning for Kitchen and dry storage

VI                                                                                        Electrical Systems
             1                  No fire alarm strobe installed -Rooms 14,15,7,62,59,27,28,84,75,70,141,111,99,102,142,114
                       1                    Provide fire alarm strobe (16 Total)
             2                  Dimmer switched broken - Room 2a
                       1                    Provide intercom speaker (6 Total)
             3                  No pull station installed - Room 809
                       1                    Provide pull station (1 Total)
             4                  Motion detector damaged - Rooms 14,11
                       1                    Provide motion detector (2 Total)
             5                  Existing 1200 amp service old and weathered
                       1                    Replace existing switchgear (1 Total)
             6                  Code clearance issues with panels - Room 93
                       1                    Relocate panels (2 Total)
             7                  Panels PD,LA,PC old - Rooms 47,4
                       1                    Upgrade Panel (3 Total)
             8                  Code clearance issues with transformer - Room 93
                       1                    Relocate transformer (1 Total)
             9                  No power installed for dishwasher - Kitchen
                       1                    Provide circuits and disconnect for dishwasher (1 Total)
            10                  No power installed for Walk-in Freezer - Kitchen
                       1                    Provide circuits and disconnect for Walk-in Freezer (1 Total)
            11                  No power installed for Walk-in Refrigerator - Kitchen
                       1                    Provide circuits and disconnect for Walk-in Refrigerator (1 Total)
            12                  No power installed for Reach-in Refrigerator - Kitchen
                       1                    Provide circuits and disconnect for Reach-in Refrigerator (1 Total)
            13                  No power installed for A/C unit - Kitchen
                       1                    Provide circuits and disconnect for ac unit (1 Total)
            14                  No power installed for oven hood - Kitchen
                       1                    Provide circuits and disconnect for hood (2 Total)
            15                  No security installed - kitchen
                       1                    Provide motion detector (2 Total)
            16                  No tele/data installed - room, Kitchen
                       1                    Provide tele/data (3 Total)
            17                  GENERAL - LIGHTING/SECURITY LIGHTING UPGRADE - SITE
                       1                    All lighting, strips, 2x4, 1x4 have T12 lamping - Upgrade lighting to utilize T8 lamping based on 40fc 10 light fixtures




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Ford Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                October 28, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Sayler-Brown Bolduc Lara Architects, LLC

                                                                      Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                     Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                         Sitework Improvements
                 1         3        Sidewalks cracked.
                                                Repair cracked areas.
                 2         3        Basketball court has cracking.
                                                Repair cracks and reseal.
                 3         3        Exterior Lighting needs maintenance, repair and upgrading.
                                                Maintain, repair, relamp and provide additional parking area and exterior lighting. Conform with current design
                                                standards and outdoor lighting code.
                 4         2        Five play areas have sand in bays (17,500 S.F.).
                                                Remove sand and replace with wood chips.
                 5         1        Steep slope to basketball courts restricts handicap access.
                                                Add concrete sidewalk and retaining walls to courts.
                 6         2        Soccer goals are unstable and unsafe.
                                                Replace 2 soccer goals.
                 7         1        Play structure's chain ladder is broken.
                                                Replace broken ladder.
                 8         3        4 foot high chain link not adequate.
                                                Remove and replace with 5 foot high chain link fence.
                 9         3        Ramada building is faded and peeling
                                                Paint ramada building.

II                                                                                    Interior Building Improvements
                 1         3        GWB partitions require patching and paint.
                                                 Patch and paint damaged wall areas.
                 2         3        Acoustical ceiling panels damaged.
                                                 Replace ceiling panels.
                 3         3        Vinyl floor tiles damaged and cracked,
                                                 Replace damaged floor tiles.
                 4         3        Ceramic tile cracked and broken.
                                                 Replace damaged tile in toilet rooms and classroom wainscot.
                 5         3        Resilient base loose or missing.
                                                 Replace resilient base.
                 6         3        Carpet is worn and unraveling.
                                                 Replace carpet with vinyl tile.
                 7         3        Door hardware is faulty or loose.
                                                 Repair or replace hardware.

III                                                                                   Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Fascias, gutters and exterior door frames are fading.
                                                Repaint fascias, gutters and exterior door frames.
                 2         3        Roof is leaking in several areas along parapet walls at north wing.
                                                Repair roofing leaks and flashing at parapets.


IV                                                                                Equipment and Special Construction
                 1         3        Millwork is water damaged and door hardware needs to be replaced..
                                                Refinish millwork and replace where necessary.

V                                                                                            Mechanical Systems
                 1         3        The existing air handlers are original and need to be replaced.
                                                Provide new air handlers.
                 2         4        Existing kiln does not have an exhaust hood.
                                                Provide new hood and exhaust fan.
                 3         4        Kitchen is currently served by an evaporative cooler.
                                                Provide new warming hood, exhaust fan and air conditioner.
                 4         4        Two old full height, floor mount electric water coolers.
                                                Replace with new wall mount , accessable fixtures.
                 5         4        Custodial closet # 69 does not have ventilation.
                                                Provide exhaust for this room.

VI                                                                                            Electrical Systems
                 1         4        Interior lighting needs maintenance, repair, relamping, lighting level review and controls.


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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Ford Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                October 28, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Sayler-Brown Bolduc Lara Architects, LLC

                                                                 Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



                                                                                       Sitework Improvements
                                               Maintain, repair, relamp and provide appropriate lighting levels and motion sensor controls.
             2         4        Existing telecom main board is located in a janitor's closet.
                                             Relocate to server room.
                                Not all exit lights and emergency lights are operational. Exterior emergency lights have not been provided. Emergency lighting is
             3         1        generally inadequate.
                                               Checkout and test all emergency lights and exit lights. Provide exterior emergency lighting in accordance with IBC
                                             requirements. Provide additional emergency lighting.
                                Existing intercom system requires detailed review to determine school-wide audibility and intelligibility of broadcast instructions
             4         1        especially during emergency conditions.
                                             Modify and upgrade intercom system to provide interior and exterior areas' audibility and intelligibility.

             5         1        Existing fire alarm system requires detailed review to determine conformance with current ADA, SFB and NFPA requirements.
                                             Modify and upgrade fire alarm system to conform with ADA heights and strobe placements, heat detectors per SFB
                                             and audibility per NFPA.
             6         4        Existing electrical service equipment, panels and feeders are getting old and might be subject to failure in the near future.

                                           Perform preventive maintenance including thermal imaging, meggering, harmonic analysis and load measurements.

VII                                                                                    General/Remodeling
                                Various code violations due to using equipment areas for storage and not allowing immediate access to electrical equipment.
             1         1        Also note that Exit Corridor 16C form Platform 16B was blocked with supplies.
                                           Provide additional storage rooms.




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Ft. Lowell Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 27, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Sakellar Associates Architects and Planners, Inc.

                                                                      Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                     Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                             Sitework Improvements
                 1         4        Turf areas west of the building between the classrooms and playground are primarily dirt.
                                                 Reseed areas and check that irrigation works properly. (approx. 3,200 sf)
                 2         4        Turf area north of building between sand play area and basketball courts is primarily dirt.
                                                 Reseed areas and check that irrigation works properly. (approx. 3,500 sf)
                 3         4        Pine tree in east courtyard is dying.
                                                 Remove and replace with new shade tree.
                 4         4        Irrigation system IS converted to reclaimed water.
                                                 No additional work required.
                 5         3        West parking lot: requires a new coating.
                                                 Strip, tack and seal strip parking lot. (approx. 19,000 sf)
                 6         3        East parking lot: requires new coating.
                                                 Strip, tack and seal parking lot. (approx. 18,000 sf)
                 7         4        Joint compression felt is missing and/or coming loose at sidewalk control joints and where the sidewalks abut the buildings.
                                                 Remove joint compression felt in damaged areas and replace with joint caulk throughout. (approx. 2,000 lf)
                 8         4        Sidewalk south of Classrooms #19 and 20: covered with decomposed granite - some drainage problems.
                                                 Determine cause of drainage problems and regrade.
                 9         3        Play area on east boundary of site needs shade structure (equipment is in good condition).
                                                 Install shade structure.
                10         3        Basketball courts surfaces are worn away have cracks
                                                 Resurface courts. (4,500 sf)
                11         4        Turf at ball fields have some yellow spots, but generally are in good condition.
                                                 Provide required maintenance.
                12         4        Current construction around Modular Buildings leaves loose dirt, causing dust and erosion
                                                 Stabilize and compact dirt. (approx 2,000 sf)
                13         1        Exterior ramp to Classroom #17: rail is missing return.
                                                 Add return to handrail.
                14         1        Stairs do not have detectable warning strips.
                                                 Provide detectable warning strips at stairs. (approx.160 lf)
                15         1        Outside stage does not have ramp access.
                                                 Provide ADA compliant ramp & handrail.
                16         1        No accessible route to ramada north of building.
                                                 Provide ADA complaint sidewalk. (approx. 40 lf)
                17         1        Handrails and landings at ramps to Modular Classrooms #69, M5 and K3 do not meet ADA requirements.
                                                 Install new ramps (3) and handrails (6).1
                18         4        Dumpsters: do not have wall and gate enclosures.
                                                 Provide dumpster enclosure, including gate to secure area.
                19         1        School has graffiti problems and roof can be accessed by public.
                                                 Provide an 8' wrought iron fence (1000 lf) around front and sides of school and 8' chainlink fence at the fields (1300lf).

II                                                                                     Interior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Doors have old closers that do not work properly and are at end of useful life.
                                                Replace door closers. (approx. 80)
                 2         3        Girls Restrooms #8 and 103 and Boys Restrooms #23 and 90: evidence of cracks on walls.
                                                Repair, patch and paint walls.
                 3         3        Walls have scratches and holes throughout.
                                                Patch and touch-up paint throughout facility. (approx. 34,442 sf)
                 4         3        Wall damage at Pantry #38. (103 sf)
                                                Repair, patch and paint damaged walls.
                 5         2        Girls Restroom #31: door is difficult to open and doesn't close on its own
                                                Replace closer (1).
                 6         2        Modular Buildings M5 and K3: Door thresholds are deteriorated.
                                                Replace thresholds (2).1
                 7         3        Modular Buildings M5 and K3: Doors and frames are worn, scratched and need new paint
                                                Repaint doors and frames (3).1
                 8         1        Various wall and floor cracks are evident throughout the building. (Rooms 2, 8, 9, 11, 15, 48, 90, 103 and 108)
                                                Attain structural assessment.
                 9         1        Cracks are evident at exterior brick wall in rooms #9, 23 and 43.
                                                Attain structural assessment.
                10         1        Floor in Storage Closet #4 is not structurally sound.
                                                Attain structural assessment and repair floor.
                11         1        Modular M5 and K3: Sub-floor is deteriorated and hazardous.
                                                Attain structural assessment and repair floor. 1

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Ft. Lowell Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 27, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Sakellar Associates Architects and Planners, Inc.

                                                                Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                               Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                           Suggested Corrective Action



            12         3        Library entryway: glazed block is damaged at the base.    Sitework Improvements
                                             Repair glazed block.
            13         3        Restrooms: ceramic tile wainscot has missing and damaged tiles and grout is dirty.
                                             Clean grout through-out and replace damaged tiles. (approx. 1,000 sf)
            14         4        Paint is in poor condition in Classroom #2
                                             Paint walls in Classroom #2 (approx. 1,080 sf)
            15         3        Offices, classrooms, library and community room: approx. 20% of tiles ceiling tiles are damaged and stained.
                                             Replace damaged ceiling tiles. (approx. 6,900 sf )
            16         3        Office #77: acoustical ceiling tile is damaged.
                                             Replace all ceiling tiles. (approx. 162 sf )
            17         3        Library and classrooms: tiles are warping at ceiling tile window boxes.
                                             Provide drywall soffit window boxes. (approx. 600 lf)
            18         3        Modular 69: many ceiling tiles are cracked, dented and stained.
                                             Replace ceiling tiles where damaged.1 (approx. 1,565 sf)
            19         4        Library, classrooms and administration: carpet is at end of useful life.
                                             Replace carpet. (approx.14,600 sf)
            20         3        Classrooms: metal reducer strip between carpet and VCT is in poor condition.
                                             Replace reducer strips. (approx.670 lf)
            21         4        Restrooms: ceramic tile is primarily in good condition, but some tiles are missing and grout is dirty.
                                             Clean grout throughout and replace missing tiles. (approx. 1,900 sf)
            22         4        Classrooms: 20% VCT is damaged.
                                             Replace damaged tiles. (approx. 2,400 sf)
            23         3        Restroom #70: VCT floor and straight ceramic tile base.
                                             Replace with ceramic tile floor and base. (approx. 50 sf)
            24         3        Teacher's Lounge, Work Room, Corridor #9, Office #108, Nurse #19: VCT is worn and delaminating.
                                             Replace VCT. (approx. 1,700 sf)
            25         3        Multi-Purpose Room/Community Room: VCT is at end of useful life.
                                             Replace VCT. (approx. 2,304 sf)
            26         3        Kitchen #43, adjoining lounge and pantry: sheet vinyl is worn, cracked, and delaminating.
                                             Replace sheet vinyl with more durable flooring like vinyl composite tile (VCT). (724 sf)
            27         2        Modular 69: carpet in very poor condition - stained and bubbled.
                                             Replace carpeting.1 (1,565 sf)
            28         1        Library, Teacher's Lounge and classrooms: closet handles are knobs and not ADA compliant.
                                             Replace knobs handles to levers. (approx. 36)
            29         1        Outside corridors: drinking fountains are not ADA complaint.
                                             Replace drinking fountain to be ADA complaint. (approx. 4)
            30         1        Signs at doors do not meet ADA requirements.
                                             Provide ADA compliant signage. (approx. 60 signs)
            31         1        Fire extinguisher cabinet at outside corridors: mounting height is not ADA complaint.
                                             Remount fire extinguisher cabinets at ADA complaint height.
            32         1        Boys Restroom #90 and Girls Restroom #103: ADA toilet stall does not meet ADA requirements.
                                             Remodel restroom to be ADA complaint. (approx. 500 sf)
            33         1        Classroom #17: threshold not ADA compliant.
                                             Provide ADA compliant threshold. (1)
            34         1        Restroom #72: ADA restroom (special education) does not meet ADA requirements.
                                             Remodel restroom to meet ADA requirements. (105 sf)
            35         1        Nurse's Restroom is not ADA accessible.
                                             Remodel to meet ADA requirements. (28 sf)
            36         1        Multi-Purpose Room/Community Room: stage does not have ramp access.
                                             Provide ADA compliant ramp.
            37         4        Library, Classrooms and offices: window coverings are at end of useful life and in some places they are missing and/or damaged.
                                             Replace with cordless mini blinds. (approx. 133 windows 4'-10" wide x 8' high)
            38         4        Multi-Purpose Room: blinds look OK, but very difficult to operate (windows are large)
                                             Replace blinds (5 linear feet x 5 windows)
            39         4        Library and classrooms ceramic tile at window sills - in some places tiles are missing or grout is damaged.
                                             Repair window sills throughout, install missing tiles and regrout where necessary. (approx. 650 lf)
            40         3        Library and Classrooms: toilet accessories at sinks are at end of useful life.
                                             Provide one soap dispenser and one towel dispenser per sink. (approx. 20 sets)
            41         2        Restrooms: toilet accessories are malfunctioning and at end of useful life.
                                             Replace paper towel dispenser, soap dispenser and mirrors. (approx. 28 sets)
            42         1        Generally, classrooms had a strong, bad smell (possibly mold) coming from crawlspaces below.
                                             Provide air quality testing.
            43         1        Modular Buildings M5 and K3: through-wall mechanical units are much too loud and not conducive to a learning environment.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Ft. Lowell Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 27, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Sakellar Associates Architects and Planners, Inc.

                                                                   Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                  Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                 Problem Area Identified
 Category




                     Assigned
            Number


                      Priority
             Item




                                             Suggested Corrective Action



                                           Replace mechanical units (2).1               Sitework Improvements
             44         1        Storage 30: stored items are piled so high that it is hazardous.
                                           Provide new shelving (40 lf)

III                                                                                  Exterior Building Improvements
              1         1        Modular classrooms 69, M5 and K3 have plywood siding that is severely deteriorated and dry rotted.
                                              Install new siding.1 (approx. 522 lf)
              2         1        Modular classrooms K3 has no skirting.
                                              Install new skirt.1 (approx. 32 lf)
              3         1        There are several cracks throughout the building.
                                              Attain structural engineer's assessment.
              4         1        Girls Restroom #103: 2 windows are clear glass.
                                              Replace glass with semi-translucent glass.
              5         3        Classrooms #17 and 18: screens are damaged.
                                              Remove screens (no replacement).
              6         4        All glazing is un-insulated single pane with aluminum frame, decreasing energy efficiency of school.
                                              No work is required, but double pane windows are recommended for increased energy efficiency.
              7         4        Heat gain through window in Girls Restroom #31 is noticeable.
                                              Replace with double pane window.
              8         2        Several exterior doors throughout the facility have weather-stripping missing or damaged, particularly at the bottom.
                                              Replace weather-stripping at doors. (approx. 45 doors)
              9         2        At roof hatch location (room #75), no fixed ladder is installed.
                                              Install a fixed metal ladder to access roof hatch.
             10         3        At exterior overhangs: metal channels at flashing are rusting and damaged.
                                              Replace metal channels where damaged.
             11         3        Metal overhang attached to the outside corridor roof edge: metal rusting in several areas.
                                              Prime and paint. (approx. 480 lf)
             12         3        Gutters and downspouts: there is evidence of some rusting, missing bottom elbow downspouts and detachment from the roof
                                              Repair gutters, prime and paint, replace damaged downspouts and reattach to roof edge (approx. 300 lf)
             13         3        Metal fascia at overhangs throughout building are rusting and paint is peeling.
                                              Repaint fascia.
             14         2        School has identified that they have termite problems throughout. Source is crawlspace beneath facility.
                                              Determine extent of termite damage. Provide continual maintenance.
             15         4        Window louvers at south and west sides of building: 10% are damaged or bent.
                                              Repair or replace louvers, as required.

IV                                                                                 Equipment and Special Construction
              1         3        Classrooms: no white boards are provided.
                                             Install 4'x12' white boards at all classrooms - keep existing wood frames (approx. 20).
              2         3        Classrooms: some projector screens are damaged and do not work properly.
                                             Replace projector screens where damaged. (approx. 5)
              3         3        Classrooms: tackboards are at end of useful life.
                                             Replace one tackboard at each classroom. (approx. 20)
              4         3        Modular Buildings: chalkboards are old and at end of useful life.
                                             Install two 4'x12' white boards per classroom (6). 1
              5         1        Kitchen space is insufficient.
                                             Remodel (400sf) and add square footage to kitchen (approx. 300sf)
              6         2        Booster Heater is at end of useful life.
                                             Replace Booster Heater.
              7         2        Dish machine is at end of useful life.
                                             Replace dish machine with Hobart 15 select tall
              8         2        Hoods over oven are at end of useful life.
                                             Replace hood over oven.
              9         3        Kitchen has no individual entry security system.
                                             Provide an entry security system for kitchen area.
             10         3        There is no temperature security system.
                                             Provide with a temperature security system.
             11         2        Walk in freezer is at end of useful life.
                                             Replace walk in freezer.
             12         2        Walk in refrigerator is at end of useful life.
                                             Replace walk in refrigerator.
             13         2        3-compartment sink is at end of useful life.
                                             Replace 3-compartment sink, drains, faucets, etc.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Ft. Lowell Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 27, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Sakellar Associates Architects and Planners, Inc.

                                                                Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                               Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                           Suggested Corrective Action



            14         2        Combi oven/steamer is at end of useful life.            Sitework Improvements
                                            Replace combi oven/steamer.
            15         3        Dry storage has no air temperature control.
                                            Provide with a temperature control at dry storage area (split AC unit).
            16         2        Beverage/milk case refrigerator is at end of useful life.
                                            Replace beverage/milk case refrigerator.
            17         2        Reach in refrigerator is at end of useful life.
                                            Replace reach-in refrigerator.
            18         2        Hot service tables are at end of useful life.
                                            Replace hot service tables.
            19         4        There is no wall/floor safe.
                                            Provide with a wall/floor safe.
            20         2        Garbage disposal and pre-spray assembly is at end of useful life.
                                            Replace garbage disposal and pre-spray assembly unit.
            21         2        Restrooms #78 and 82: have open shelves for storing school supplies.
                                            Provide a closed storage unit. (1)
            22         3        Library and all classrooms: millwork is scratched and has some hardware missing.
                                            Refinish millwork and replace hardware, as required. (approx. 1,000 lf)
            23         3        Office #77: millwork is in poor condition.
                                            Replace base cabinet and countertop. (approx. 12 lf)
            24         3        Millwork in Principals Office #11 is old and does not provide enough storage.
                                            Provide new millwork (approx 20 lf)
            25         2        Millwork in Lounge 35 is termite damaged, shelves are broken and doors are missing
                                            Provide new millwork. (approx 15 lf)
            26         3        Millwork in Modular classrooms 69, K3, and M5 is damaged and at end of useful life
                                            Provide new millwork.1 (approx 100lf)

V                                                                                       Mechanical Systems
             1         4        Fort Lowell Elementary School has an existing EMCS which was installed with the rooftop air conditioning system in 2004. The
                                            Provide local temperature set point adjustment.
             2                  Storage Room #91: is used as telecommunications room and has no AC.
                                            Provide AC to protect equipment.
             3                  Mechanical registers paint is peeling.
                                            Replace mechanical registers. (approx. 30)
             4         4        Remove evaporative cooler and abandoned heater for the teachers lounge.
                                            Provide new air conditioning unit.
             5         2        General:
                                            Remove kiln exhaust fan and provide new exhaust fan. Remove rust and paint kiln hood.
             6         2        General:
                                            Replace cooling system for file server room in basement. Provide ventilation air the basement file server space.
             7         3        General:
                                            Remove gas water heater in basement and provide new electric water heater. Remove existing flue through roof.
             8         4        Basement:
                                            Remove unused boiler, pumps and piping from existing basement.
             9         1        Many of the condensate drains from the rooftop AC units are routed to the exterior wall and
                                            Provide drywells away from the building in 10 locations.
            10         4        Provide new air conditioning unit for the Kitchen. Remove the existing evaporative cooler and cooking hood. Provide new
                                            Air Conditioning unit, Cooking Hood, Exhaust Fan, natural gas piping and electrical.
            11         3        Existing sinks is are damaged or has lost grazing.
                                            Replace Classroom sink (1).
            12         2        Existing lavatories have lost glazing or have rusting.
                                            Replace lavatories (2).
            13         1        Basement:
                                            Provide new pump and sump with cover for sump pump in existing basement.
            14         4        Paint Natural gas piping exposed outdoors to minimize rusting

            15         4        Boys Toilet Room:
                                           Provide hose bibb the Boys toilet room, patch opening in wall
            16         3        Teacher's Lounge:
                                           Replace sink in teachers lounge (1).
            17         1        Provide Reduced Pressure Back Flow Preventer for Chemical Sanitizing Station in Janitors Closet.
                                           Two locations require back flow preventers.
            18         1        General:

                                                                            Page 66 of 318
Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Ft. Lowell Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 27, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Sakellar Associates Architects and Planners, Inc.

                                                                Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                               Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                           Suggested Corrective Action



                                                                                   Sitework Improvements
                                           Provide vacuum breakers on all hose bibbs.
            19         3        Kitchen:
                                           Replace faucets in Kitchen at pot sinks and dish wash area
            20         2        General:
                                           Provide pipe insulation on hot water piping near water heaters in Kitchen Area
            21         2        Kitchen:
                                            Provide grease trap for the Kitchen.
            22         2        Girls restroom 103: fire sprinkler escutcheon missing.
                                            Install escutcheon.
            23         1        The main building and the Multi-Purpose Room addition have fire sprinklers. The Fire Department Connection is missing caps.
                                            Provide new Fire Department Connection caps.

VI                                                                                          Electrical Systems
             1         2        There are several locations with open or damaged electrical enclosures.
                                             Repair as needed.
             2         1        Electric outlets within 6' of sinks should have GFCI protection
                                             change electric devices to be GFCI type 4 locations.
             3         1        Electric outlets in Kitchen should be GFCI type per NEC 210.8
                                             Change electric devices to be GFCI type 6 locations.
             4         1        Insufficient quantity of electric outlets near data jacks in classrooms to be able to use computers
                                             without using daisy chained power strips. Add (2) duplex outlets each classroom.
             5         1        Emergency egress lighting in library does not meet IBC 1006.3 requirements.
                                             Add emergency lighting units and lighted exit signs,
             6         4        Interior lighting system uses old technology T12 lamps.
                                             Relamp and re-ballast existing light fixtures with T8 lamps/electronic ballasts.
             7         4        No occupancy sensing lighting control system exists.
                                             Provide occupancy sensing light switching system.
             8         1        Intercom call switches are mounted too high for ADA compliance.
                                             Relocate intercom call switches.
             9         2        All clocks reading wrong time. In a few locations system clocks have been replace w/battery clocks.
                                             Repair clock system to make operational. Replace non-functional clocks.
            10         1        Certain fire alarm manual stations are located too high for ADA compliance.
                                             Relocate fire alarm manual stations to ADA compliant mounting height. 5 locations.
            11         1        Rooms 17, 20 & 77 do not have fire alarm manual stations at exits
                                             Add fire alarm manual stations, 3 locations.
            12         1        No fire alarm notification appliances in toilet rooms, conf. rooms, 15 locations total.
                                             Add fire alarm strobe lights, 15 locations.
            13         2        Basement Tel/Data MDF has extension cord in use supplying power to Data equipment.
                                             Add permanent receptacle outlet at equipment location.
            14         2        Portable classrooms have no voice cabling to it.
                                             Provide voice cabling to portable classrooms.1
            15         3        There is no data cabling in kitchen area.
                                             Provide upgraded data wiring to accommodate kitchen needs.
            16         1        Kitchen is evaporative cooled.
                                             Electrical cost to upgrade to Air Conditioning in Kitchen

VII                                                                                    General/Remodeling
             1         4        Ramada west of building has metal siding that is scratched and dented.
                                           Replace metal siding (90 lf).
             1         1        West sand bay: sand level low under equipment.
                                           Replace sand with manufactured wood chips. (approx. 4,100 sf)
             2         1        North sand bay: grass and weeds growing into sand and sand level low under equipment.
                                           Remove weeds, grass and replace sand with manufactured wood chips. (approx.5,500 sf)
             3         1        Playground upgrades are requested to provide ADA renovations to the playground and playground equipment.
                                           Provide ADA playground equipment and renovations to playground.
             3         1        Old style metal rings are safety hazard.
                                           Replace rings with current playground equipment.
             2         1        Multi-Purpose Room/Community Room #34, Stage #48 and Teacher's Lounge #35 are in need of new finishes, lighting, window
                                           Provide new and updated finishes and window coverings. (Area - 2,479 sf; Walls - 217 lf; Windows - 5 @ 5 lf)
             3         1        MPR square footage is insufficient.
                                           Add approximately 1000 sf.
             4         2        West outside storage area: has no shelves to store play equipment and door hits frame when opening.
                                           Repair door and provide open shelves along walls (approx. 50 lf)

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Ft. Lowell Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 27, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Sakellar Associates Architects and Planners, Inc.

                                                                Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                               Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                           Suggested Corrective Action



             5         4                                                                Sitework Improvements
                                Teacher's Lounge #60 and Work Room #57 need general remodeling - new flooring, ceiling, paint, millwork and new window
                                           Provide new and updated finishes, millwork and window coverings. (Area - 725 sf; Walls - 180 lf; Windows - 3 @ 3'-4"
            11         3        Portable facilities are at end of useful life, have ADA deficiencies and disrupt the flow of the campus.
                                           Replace portable buildings with addition of 4 classrooms, resource offices and support areas to the school (approx.




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Fruchthendler Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 26, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Sakellar Associates Architects and Planners, Inc.

                                                                         Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                        Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                         Problem Area Identified
               Item Number
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                             Assigned
                              Priority


                                                      Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                           Sitework Improvements
                 1              1        West playground area: broken mesquite branch.
                                                     Remove and trim excess branches from mesquite tree (8).
                 2              4        Brick courtyard needs shade trees and desert vegetation. Current space is very exposed and bleak.
                                                     Provide new trees and landscaping (approx. 8 trees and other plant materials).
                 3              1        Southwest playground: broken sprinkler heads.
                                                     Replace sprinkler heads (12).
                                         Irrigation: courtyard planter does not work properly and plants are watered manually. Manual floor irrigation to planting area
                                         outside of Classrooms #2, 4, 11 and 14 causes 2-3 inches of standing water against the building. Noise from the pipes when this
                 4              2        irrigation is on is also very loud and disruptive inside Classroom #4.
                                                       Repair irrigation system at courtyard. (approx. 4,000 sf)
                 5              2        Flood irrigation at flower beds at Main Entry causing 2-3 inches of standing water against building.
                                                       Adjust irrigation or replace with drip irrigation (planter approx. 600 sf).
                 6              4        Irrigation system has NOT been converted to reclaimed water.

                 7              4        Courtyard:
                                                      Replace HID wall pack with HID fixture in compliance with City of Tucson/Pima County Outdoor Lighting Code (7
                 8              4        Building Perimeter:
                                                      Replace HID wall pack with HID fixture in compliance with City of Tucson/Pima County Outdoor Lighting Code (14
                 9              1        Northwest parking lot: signs of "limits of liability" between lot and building entrance are missing.
                                                      Post signs at each parking lot entrance and between lot and building entrances.
               10               3        East and west parking lot requires resurfacing.
                                                      Tack, seal and restripe parking lots.
               11               3        Central steps: sand and gravel on top of steps is evident because of drainage issues.
                                                      Regrade area to prevent future erosion (260 sf).
               12               3        Faulty drainage at main entry sidewalk. There is a low spot where water pools between masonry piers.
                                                      Regrade area to prevent water pooling (850 sf).
               13               2        West basketball court: west and south edge drops 6-8 inches.
                                                      Add dirt to regrade at edges and maintain. (approx. 1,200 sf)
               14               4        West basketball court: drainage issues causing one side to lose dirt at edge, causing other court to dirty.
                                                      Provide some grouted rip rap to protect side banks of courts. (approx. 1,200 sf)
               15               4        Ball field turf areas throughout bald spots.
                                                      Reseed and check irrigation system. (approx. 35,000 sf)
               16               4        Area north of west playground: erosion occurring between the sidewalk and playground.
                                                      Provide grouted rip rap to protect sides, and avoid dirt traveling onto sidewalk. (approx. 3,200 sf)
               17               4        East outside classroom and library: concrete swale has some water ponding.
                                                      Replace part of swale to allow water to flow.
               18               1        Exterior stage area does not have ramp access.
                                                      Provide ADA accessible ramp.
               19               1        Courtyard, playground and field do not have drinking fountains or the fountains provided are not ADA compliant.
                                                      Provide ADA compliant drinking fountains at these areas (4).
               20               1        South steps to the fields: handrails do not have returns.
                                                      Add returns to handrails.
               21               4        Courtyard wrought iron fence is rusting.
                                                      Prime and paint fence. (approx. 12 lf)
               22               4        Handrails: paint is peeling.
                                                      Paint handrails throughout.
               23               1        Perimeter fencing does not enclose the whole campus, some areas are damaged and is not high enough to secure the school.
                                                      Replace perimeter chainlink fencing to 5' high. (approx. 3,000lf)
               24               4        Storage building west of the site: clad metal is damaged in some areas.
                                                      Repair and paint metal cladding at ramada. (approx. 6,200 sf)

II                                                                                           Interior Building Improvements
                 1              4        Multi-Purpose Room: brick walls are stained from glue and tape.
                                                      Clean walls. (approx. 1,500 sf)
                 2              4        Operable wood partition between Multi-Purpose Room and Kitchen needs refinishing.
                                                      Refinish operable wood partition and frame. (approx. 200 sf)
                 3              4        Wood doors are scratched and stained.
                                                      Refinish wood doors throughout. (approx. 75 doors)
                 4              4        All partitions require some touch-up painting.
                                                      Touch up paint throughout facility. (approx. 39,000 sf)
                 5              2        Door into Classroom #8 does not close and latch on its own.


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School:                       Fruchthendler Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 26, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Sakellar Associates Architects and Planners, Inc.

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                                                  Replace door closer (1).                  Sitework Improvements
              6              4        Hollow metal frames have stains and paint is chipped throughout.
                                                  Repaint hollow metal doors and frames (approx. 100 frames and 25 doors)
              7              1        (E) classroom doors to the corridor have grills and are not code complaint
                                                  Replace 16 doors.
              8              1        Crack is evident at wall between Kitchen and Multi-Purpose Room.
                                                  Attain assessment by structural engineer.
              9              4        Multi-Purpose Room: walls have stains and paint is chipped in some areas. (approx. 2,160 sf)
                                                  Repaint walls.
            10               4        Multi-Purpose Room: ceiling tile is stained at mechanical registers, and at area near stage.
                                                  Replace stained and/or damaged ceiling tiles. (approx. 500 sf)
            11               4        Stage: ceiling tile is stained and damaged in several areas.
                                                  Replace all tiles (820 sf).
            12               4        Library: soffit has some cracks.
                                                  Patch and paint soffit. (approx. 20 lf)
            13               4        Classrooms and Library: some glued on ceiling tiles are damaged, stained and/or detaching (10%).
                                                  Replaced damaged ceiling tiles throughout the facility. (approx. 3,500 sf)
            14               2        Portable ceiling is in poor condition.
                                                  Replace ceiling. (approx. 750 sf)1
            15               3        Some water damaged ceiling tiles are evident in Classroom #4.
                                                  Replace damaged ceiling tiles. (approx. 15 sf)
            16               4        Stage: wood floor needs refinishing.
                                                  Sand, stain and seal wood flooring. (approx. 900 sf)
            17               3        Rubber base at stage stairs is not adhered.
                                                  Replace rubber base. (approx. 40 lf)
            18               3        Library: carpet is at end of useful life.
                                                  Replace carpet. (approx. 2,200 sf)
                                      Classrooms: 25% of classrooms have carpet that needs replacement due to staining, wear and tear. Remaining classrooms have
            19               3        minor staining, but carpet is generally in good condition.
                                                  Replace carpet in all classrooms with VCT/linoleum and provide area rugs. (approx. 11,000 sf)
            20               3        VCT is worn and there are areas of detached rubber base in Office #39 and 40.
                                                  Replace VCT (540 sf) and rubber base (100 lf).
            21               3        Multi-Purpose Room #63: VCT is worn and at end of useful life.
                                                  Replace VCT. (approx. 2,800 sf)
            22               3        Portable: flooring is at end of useful life.
                                                  Replace VCT. (approx. 800 sf)1
            23               1        Multi-Purpose: fire extinguisher cabinet mounting height does not meet ADA requirements.
                                                  Remount cabinet.
            24               1        Door handle to Kitchen restroom is knob-type and does not meet ADA.
                                                  Replace knob with lever handle (1).
            25               1        Door handles at corridor storage rooms are knobs and not ADA compliant.
                                                  Replace knobs with lever handles (12).
            26               1        Portables: door handle is a knob and not ADA compliant. Door is in poor condition, as well.
                                                  Replace door and provide a lever door handle (1).1
            27               2        Stage curtains are worn and damaged in several places.
                                                  Replace stage curtains. (approx. 40 lf)
            28               2        Window coverings at classrooms are at the end of useful life and 50% of classrooms do not have blinds or curtains.
                                                  Provide cordless mini blinds. (approx. 110 windows @ 48" x 60")
            29               3        Toilet accessories at Kitchen and classroom sinks are at end of useful life.
                                                  Replace soap and towel dispensers. (approx. 25 sets)
            30               3        Toilet accessories at restrooms are at end of useful life.
                                                  Replace soap and towel dispensers. (approx. 22 sets)

III                                                                                      Exterior Building Improvements
              1              3        Caulking at CMU joints and around windows is missing and cracking.
                                                  Use joint caulk at all CMU joints and caulk around window frames and doors and at change of materials. (approx.1,600
              2              1        Black growth and efflorescence is evident at base of brick walls at the courtyard and the perimeter of the building.
                                                  Clean brick surfaces and determine cause of black substance.
              3              3        Paint is worn at stucco panels, soffits and overhangs.
                                                  Paint all exterior stucco surfaces. (approx. 12,000 sf)
              4              3        Painted metal fascia at main entry and outside Multi-Purpose Room is peeling and chipping.
                                                  Prime and repaint fascia. (approx. 100 lf)

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School:                       Fruchthendler Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 26, 2005
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             5              3        Metal structure and metal mesh that holds acousticalSitework Improvements
                                                                                             walls of chiller are rusting.
                                                Prime and paint. (approx. 2,000 sf)
             6              1        Some water damage to CMU pier outside of Multi-Purpose Room is evident.
                                                Attain assessment by structural engineer.
             7              3        Screens are damaged.
                                                Remove screens (not replaced).
             8              3        Portables: metal screens are rusting.
                                                Paint metal screens. (approx. 4)1
             9              3        Classrooms: some window panels are damaged.
                                                Replace damaged window panels. (approx. 5)
           10               4        Windows are single pane uninsulated glass in aluminum frame.
                                                No work is required, but double pane windows are recommended fro increased energy efficiency.
           11               4        Flashing, metal caps, gutters and downspouts: paint is peeling.
                                                Paint all flashing, metal caps, gutters. (approx. 18,000 lf)
           12               3        Downspouts: some missing elbows and gutters in some areas are detaching from roof edge.
                                                Add bottom elbows of downspouts and attach gutters properly to roof edge. (approx. 20)
           13               3        Roofing top coat at edges is wearing off, and some water ponding exists around exhaust and edges.
                                                Repair top coat (approx. 2,900 sf)
           14               1        Antenna fell from roof.
                                                Reattach antenna properly on roof top.

IV                                                                                   Equipment and Special Construction
             1              3        Multipurpose room: map rails are at end of useful life.
                                                 Replace map rails. (approx. 100 lf)
             2              3        Multi-purpose room: chalkboard instead of whiteboard provided.
                                                 Replace chalkboards with (2) 4'x12' whiteboards.
             3              3        Classrooms and library: no whiteboards provided.
                                                 Replace one chalkboards per room with 4'x12' whiteboards. (approx. 20)
             4              3        Classrooms and Library: Tackboards at end of useful life.
                                                 Replace one tackboard 4'x12' per room. (approx. 20)
             5              2        Hoods over oven are at end of useful life.
                                                 Replace hood over oven.
             6              3        Kitchen has no individual entry security system.
                                                 Provide an entry security system for kitchen area.
             7              3        There is no temperature security system.
                                                 Provide with a temperature security system.
             8              2        Walk in freezer is at end of useful life.
                                                 Replace walk in freezer.
             9              2        Walk in refrigerator is at end of useful life.
                                                 Replace walk in refrigerator.
           10               3        Dry storage has no air temperature control.
                                                 Provide with a temperature control at dry storage area (split AC unit).
           11               3        There is no data cabling in kitchen area.
                                                 Provide upgraded data wiring to accommodate kitchen needs.
           12               2        Beverage/milk case refrigerator is at end of useful life.
                                                 Replace beverage/milk case refrigerator.
           13               2        Reach in refrigerator is at end of useful life.
                                                 Replace reach-in refrigerator.
           14               2        Hot service tables are at end of useful life.
                                                 Replace hot service tables.
           15               4        There is no wall/floor safe.
                                                 Provide with a wall/floor safe.
           16               1        Kitchen space is insufficient.
                                                 Add square footage to kitchen (approx. 200sf)
           17               1        Library: display case has open glass shelves - safety hazard.
                                                 Provide some sliding glass doors.
           18               4        Classrooms and library: millwork in good condition, just tops are chipping.
                                                 Replace countertops. (approx. 530 lf)
           19               3        Portable: countertop is chipped and damaged.
                                                 Replace countertop (approx.24 lf)

V                                                                                         Mechanical Systems


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School:                       Fruchthendler Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 26, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Sakellar Associates Architects and Planners, Inc.

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                                     Fruchthendler has an existing Siebe EMCS to controlSitework Improvements
                                                                                             the boiler and chiller systems. The Siebe EMCS was installed in 1998. The
                                     air handlers are multi-zone air handlers with pneumatic controls for the zones and no control valves in the piping to the air
                                     handlers. The air handler fan is controlled by a hand off-auto-switch which are set in the hand mode and appear to run 24 hours a
             1              4
                                     day.
                                                 Provide EMCS to control air handler zones and air handler motors. Provide communication connection to district wide
                                                 EMCS.
             2              4        Provide control valves in return piping of each air handler coil to allow supply air temperature control. Control valves through the
                                                 6 AHU Control Valves Installed in Return Piping with Controls
                                     Clean inside existing air handlers and ductwork. Inside units and ductwork is covered with dust. Most of the units were installed
                                     in 1971 with the original building and are 34 years old. ASHRAE lists a 25 year normal useful life but experience in this area
                                     indicates air handlers lasting 45 to 50 years is not uncommon if properly maintained. The library unit was installed in 1980 and is
             3              3        25 years old.
                                                 6 Air Handlers at 40 hours each
             4              1        Provide New Exhaust in Janitors Room on separate switch or EMCS

                                     Provide automatic control valve in the supply water to the chiller to prevent heated water from entering the chiller causing
             5              4        excessive refrigerant pressure and opening pressure relief valve.

                                     Provide new make-up air unit for the Kitchen. Existing kitchen unit is a rotary wheel cooler with a heating coil in the duct and has
             6              2        reached the end of it's useful life. The heating coil was flowing chilled water during investigation and causing dripping on roof.
                                                Make-up air unit, natural gas piping and electrical.
                                     Provide new air conditioning unit for the Kitchen. Remove the existing evaporative cooler and cooking hood. Provide new
             7              4        cooking hood with lower outside air requirement.
                                                Air Conditioning unit, Cooking Hood, Exhaust Fan, natural gas piping and electrical.
             8              3        Toilet Exhaust fans have reached the end of their useful life. Replace classroom toilet exhaust fans and toilet room exhaust fans.
                                                13 small toilet room exhaust fans and 2 general toilet room exhaust fans.
             9              1        Provide safety cover caps over exposed rotating shafts on air handlers.
                                                6 air handlers
           10               3        Replace relief louvers, dampers and grilles in multipurpose room. Dampers are broken.

                                     16 existing doors into corridors have a door grilles to allow outside air to relieve through relief systems in the corridor. The
                                     Mechanical Code does not permit exit corridors to be used as transfer air. Cost to replace doors is listed with the architectural
           11               1        items. Provide relief air system for additional outside air.
                                                Provide relief for additional outside in 18 classrooms and library.
                                     The cooking exhaust hood in the kitchen does not overhang the cooking equipment by 6" as required by code. Remove the
           12               1        existing hood and provide a new larger hood.

           13               2        Provide refrigerant monitor in chiller room with exhaust system

           14               1        Repair leaking condensate drain pans and repair misc. pipe insulation

           15               1        Provide exhaust fan for kiln and new hood. The existing hood is too low and does not have an exhaust fan.

           16               3        Replace Classroom Sinks, Existing Sinks have lost grazing
                                                17 to be replaced
           17               3        Replace old Water Closets
                                                8 of the water closets are old & not 1.6 gpf.
           18               2        Replace Lavatories in Toilet Rm, Existing Lavs have lost Grazing or Have Rusting
                                                17 to be replaced
           19               3        Replace existing urinals which have lost glazing and reached end of their useful life.
                                                3 Urinals to be replaced
           20               3        Replace drinking fountains
                                                5 drinking fountains are damaged or Glazing is worn out.
           21               3        Replace Workroom sinks, Grazing gone
                                                5 sinks to be replaced
           22               1        Provide Reduced Pressure Back Flow Preventer for Chemical Sanitizing Station in Janitors Closet.
                                                Two locations require back flow preventers.
           23               1        Provide new faucet with vacuum breaker for service sink in east janitors room.

           24               1        Provide vacuum breakers on all hose bibbs.

           25               3        Replace small electric water heaters which have reached the end of the normal life.
                                               2 water heaters

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School:                       Fruchthendler Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 26, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Sakellar Associates Architects and Planners, Inc.

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           26               3                                                            Sitework
                                     Replace Faucets in Kitchen on pot sinks and dish wash area Improvements
                                               3 locations
           27               4        The main building is fire sprinklered.
                                               Provide new escutcheons and make minor repairs
           28               1        Replace outdoor supply pipe section with minor leak west of kitchen


VI                                                                                             Electrical Systems
             1              2                    Update electrical distribution name plates and panel schedules
                                     Kitchen power requirements are insufficient.
             2              1                    Provide additional GFCI quadraplex receptacles to accommodate appliances (4 total)
                                     Multi-purpose Room #63
             3              1                    Provide emergency egress lighting wall pack (2 Total)
                                     Kitchen #65
             4              1                    Provide emergency egress lighting wall pack (1 Total)
             5              1                    Provide Fire alarm smoke detector (2 Total)
                                     Corridor 9, 19, 22, 61, 81, 82, 86
             6              1                    replace emergency egress lighting wall pack (9 Total)
                                     Storage #60
             7              1                    Provide Fire alarm heat detector (2 Total)
             8              1                    Provide Fire alarm pull station at exterior door (1 Total)
                                     Classrooms #1 thru #18
             9              1                    Provide Fire alarm visual device (18 Total)
                                     Parent Work Room #2
           10               1                    Provide Fire alarm visual device (1 Total)
                                     Workroom #85
           11               1                    Provide Fire alarm visual device (1 Total)
                                     Mechanical Room #12, #27, #F45, #64
           12               1                    Provide Fire alarm heat detector (4 Total)
                                     Data/cabling and related electrical at kitchen area is not available.
           13               1                    Provide upgraded data wiring to accommodate kitchen needs.
           14               1        Reading room has no intercom.
                                                 Provide intercom to reading room.
           15               2        General
                                                 Provide circuitry to serve (2) gas water heaters

VII                                                                                             General/Remodeling
             1              2        West ramada: south court edge drops off 6" to 8".
                                                Add dirt and maintain. (approx. 670sf)
             2              1        East sand bay: sand dished out from slide exits
                                                Replace sand with manufactured wood chips. (approx. 6,300 sf)
             3              1        East sand bay: tube slide exit section damaged at top exposing sharp edges.
                                                Replace slide.
             4              1        East and west sand bay: Old style rings creates a pinch/amputation hazard.
                                                Replace rings with a safe play ground equipment.(2)
             5              1        West sand bay: sand level low and compacted.
                                                Replace sand with manufactured wood chips. (approx. 10,000sf)
             6              3        Fruchthendler has no activity/community room.
                                                Add a community/activity room and related sitework. (approx. 3,500sf)
             7              3        Portable facility is at end of useful life, has ADA deficiencies and disrupts the flow of the campus.
                                                Replace portable building with addition of 2 classrooms and support areas to the school (approx. 2200 sf) 1




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Gale Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 26, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Earl Kai Chann Associates, Ltd.

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I                                                                                           Site Work Improvements
                 1         2        Landscape - Play field has major depressions and bald spots:
                                                Fill, regrade and re-sod. 32,000 s.f. x $0.40 /s.f.
                 2         3        Sprinkler system conversion to reclaimed water:
                                                Per Doug Crockett, unlikely conversion candidate. More than 1/2 mile from any (e) or proposed reclaimed water line.

                 3         3        Sandpit at west edge of play field, abandoned and full of weeds:
                                                 Remove, regrade and re-sod. 6,000 s.f. x $0.50/s.f.
                 4         2        Drainage swale near the south side of play field, starts from parking lot and turns north at play field, is full of weeds:
                                                 Need to clean up, provide D.G., and river run rocks. 4,000 s.f. x $1.50/s.f.
                 5         2        Two (2) concrete basketball courts at north side are set at a lower grade and have run off from high ground:
                                                 Provide a retaining wall (also for seating) to divert drainage. 105 l.f. x $80.00/l.f.
                 6         2        Concrete slabs at north basketball courts have numerous cracks:
                                                 Repair surface and paint. 6,300 s.f. x $ 1.00/s.f.
                 7         3        Goal posts at north basketball courts are faded in color:
                                                 Repaint. L..S.
                 8         3        Two (2) concrete basketball courts at south side have several deficiencies:
                                                 Repaint goal posts (4 total), remove two (2) abandoned posts (at north court), and paint both courts. L.S.
                 9         3        Landscape area between two (2) south basketball courts is not maintained:
                                                 Clean, remove weeds, regrade, and provide D.G. 5,100 s.f. x $0.50/s.f.
                10         2        Fenced in gardening area:
                                                 Clean, remove weeds, regrade, and provide D.G. 700 s.f. x $2.00/s.f.
                11         1        Playground at west, near north end, fibar base is depressed, concrete curb around the perimeter is too high, simple playground
                                    equipment was purchased by school's parent group (per Sue Heathcote):
                                                 Replace play surface and redo perimeter curb. 6,010 s.f x $.50/s.f. + 320 l.f. (curb) x $8.00/l.f.+ play equipment =
                12         2        Existing irrigation system not working properly
                                                 Repair/Replace (per Paula Godfrey, Principal). L.S.
                13         2        Parking lot at northeast corner is aged and full of cracks:
                                                 Patch and reseal asphalt, re-stripe. 8,710 s.f. x $.50/s.f.
                14         2        Parking lot at northeast corner needs additional concrete curbing. The west end is full of dirt:
                                                 Needs cleaning, provide D.G., reseal and restripe. 590 l.f. (curb)x$8.00/l.f. + 4,800 s.f. x $0.50/s.f.
                15         3        A metal mobile mini and a trailer on site:
                                                 Remove and resod. Expand outdoor storage (See VII, 2). L.S.
                16         2        Two (2) tetherball courts at south east corner have erosion around the base:
                                                 Replace and resod. L.S.
                17         3        Parking at south along Gollob Road has no landscaping:
                                                 Provide. 6,100 s.f. x $1.00 /s.f.
                18         2        Parking at south along Gollob Road has an old patch of asphalt that was left:
                                                 Remove and replace.8,500 s.f. x $1.50/s.f.
                19         1        Fence fabrics are old, posing safety problem:
                                                 Replace with new 6'-0" H fence, with 10'-0" H @ north side (per Paula Godfrey, Principal). 1,800 l.f. x $12.00 /l.f. +600
                                                 l.f. x $22.00/l.f.
                20         2        Service area gate is not operating correctly:
                                                 Replace. L.S.
                21         2        S.E. Drive thru gate left open to provide access for lawn mowers (per Sue Heathcote):
                                                 Provide locking device.

II                                                                                        Interior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Partitions have old paint and many mars:
                                                Refinish and paint all walls. 36,628 s.f. x $1.50/s.f.
                 2         2        Doors/frames/hardware are in fair condition:
                                                Refinish all doors. Repaint all frames. Replace (10) sets of hardware x $600/set + 67 door/frame x $700/set
                 3         3        Exposed glu-lam beams are losing their finish:
                                                Refinish. (included in item No. 1)
                 4         1        8"x 8" glue-on ceiling tiles in all classrooms, Hall, and Entry Lobbies:
                                                Replace with 2x2 suspended ceiling. 20,208 s.f. x $5.00/s.f.
                 5         2        VCT and carpet in all classrooms are in poor condition:
                                                Replace. 15,723 s.f. x $4.50/s.f.
                 6         2        Venetian blinds in all classrooms are aged:
                                                Replace. 78 windows x $240/window + 9 toilet room windows x $120/window = $18,720+$1,080
                 7         3        Ceramic tile wainscot at classrooms are damaged:
                                                Repair and/or replace. L.S.


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School:                       Gale Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 26, 2005
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              8         2                                                               Site
                                 VCT at Hall is aged and patched at numerous locations: Work Improvements
                                             Replace. 4,457 s.f. x $2.20/s.f.
              9         2        Carpet at Offices is in poor condition:
                                             Replace. 1,760 s.f. x $4.50/s.f.
             10         2        No blinds in Library and Library Conference Room:
                                             Provide. 17 windows x $240/window
             11         1        VCT floor at Library, acoustics are poor:
                                             Replace with carpet. 2,000 s.f. x $4.50/s.f.
             12         2        Men's and Women's Toilet Rooms have dated floor tiles and toilet partitions.
                                             Replace flooring and partitions. 776 s.f. x $8.00/s.f. + 10 partitions@ $1200 ea. = $6,200 + $12,000
             13         1        Door to Women's Room has the incorrect swing (for privacy):
                                             Redesign and replace. L.S.
             14         2        Curtain in the M.P. Room is aged and pulley is not working:
                                             Replace. 60 l.f. of curtain x $100/l.f.
             15         1        Ramp to stage has exposed concrete floor:
                                             Provide VCT. 182 s.f. x $2.20/s.f.
             16         2        Folding panels between classrooms 2 & 3, 4 & 5, 6 & 7, 8 & 9, 10 & 11, 12 & 13, and 16 & 17.
                                             Provide new 2 x 4 sound wall @ both sides of existing folding partition (Per Paula Godfrey, Principal). 7 x $3,500 ea.
             17         1        Existing group toilet rooms do not conform to ADA requirements. A unisex ADA accessible toilet room was provided. Some minor
                                 ADA accessibility issues.
                                             Correct.

III                                                                                Exterior Building Improvements
              1         3        Fenced in gardening area is not maintained:
                                            Remove wall murals, sand blast brick wall, repaint stucco and do general cleaning. L.S.
              2         3        Cracks at vertical stucco wall:
                                            Patch, fill, refinish and paint. L.S.
              3         2        Casement windows have cracked or missing section of putty:
                                            Redo putty and repaint. 104 windows x $100/window
              4         2        No walkway from Library exit:
                                            Provide concrete slab/walkway outside Library exit. 120 s.f. x $ 2.50/s.f.
              5         2        Roof is over 10 years old and is patched along all cant strips:
                                            Replace. 36,628 s.f. x $10.00/s.f.
              6         2
                                 From M.P. Room to trash collection outside, there is no concrete walkway, and no opening at enclosure (facing east):
                                            Provide new concrete walkway, and new gate at new opening in existing wall. $1,000 + $2,000
              7         2        Exterior doors/frames/trims are in poor condition:
                                            Provide weather stripping, door bottom, and repaint all exterior doors and frames and trim. 23 doors x $400/door
              8         2        Roof is accessible from brick wall in the service drive (per TUSD Risk Management):
                                            Provide

IV                                                                                  Equipment and Special Construction
              1         2        Millwork in Library is inadequate and in poor condition :
                                             Remove and replace throughout. 100 l.f. x $380/l.f.
              2         2        White board in classroom is falling off:
                                             Replace in (4) classrooms x $2,500 / each
              3         3        Free standing lockers installed along the wall in M.P. Room:
                                             Provide additional storage space. See Item 3 under Section VII
              4         3        Millwork in Staff Lounge inadequate:
                                             Provide additional millwork. 32 l.f. x $380/l.f.
              5         2        Millwork in all classrooms, half is old and half is in fair condition:
                                             Replace millwork in (9) classrooms. 648 l.f. x $380 /l.f.
              6         2        Kitchen equipment survey prepared by Pam Palmo
                                             Provide additional equipment

V                                                                                         Mechanical Systems
              1         4        The Mechanical Room does not have adequate combustion air openings.
                                            Provide new opening withing 12" of floor
              2         4        The Kitchen is served by an existing evaporative cooler.
                                            Replace evaporative cooler with air conditioning system. Provide new hood, exhaust fan and electrical.
              3         2        There is an exterior drinking fountain that is chipped and is in poor condition.
                                            Replace exterior drinking fountain


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Date Surveyed:                July 26, 2005
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             4         3                                                            Site personnel.
                                Boiler shut down devices are being vandalized, per TUSD Work Improvements
                                            Move boiler shut-down devices.

VI                                                                                        Electrical Systems
             1         3        Exterior lighting needs maintenance, repair and upgrading.
                                             Maintain, repair, relamp and provide additional parking area and exterior lighting. Conform with current design
                                            standards and outdoor lighting code.
             2         4
                                Interior lighting needs maintenance, repair, relamping, lighting level review and controls. Classrooms have strip fluorescent lighting.
                                              Maintain, repair, relamp and provide appropriate lighting levels and motion sensor controls. Provide upgraded
                                             classroom lighting and controls..
             3         1
                                Various code violations due to using equipment areas for storage and not allowing immediate access to electrical equipment.
                                             Provide additional storage rooms.
             4         1        Boiler room emergency power off button has outdoor junction box without a cover
                                             Install a cover on junction box
             5         1        Not all exit ligts and emergency lights are operational.
                                             Check out and test all emergency lights and exit lights.

VII                                                                                     General/Remodeling
             1         2
                                Storage/Ramada at west campus has paint peeling off the corrugated deck, concrete slab has cracks, and is not level:
                                            Repaint deck and wall. Replace concrete slab. Replace door. 1600 s.f. x $10.00/s.f.
             2         2        Existing Storage/Ramada undersized:
                                            Expand. 640 s.f. x $60/s.f.
             3         2        Existing M.P. Room and storage is undersized:
                                            Expand. 2600 s.f. x $150/s.f.
             4         1        Main Office/Principal's Office too remote from school front entry:
                                            Redesign and renovate (Per Paula Godfrey, Principal). 1,000 s.f. X $150/s.f.
             5         3        Existing building meets exiting requirement. Congestion when entire wing is being discharged through one exit
                                            Provide exit doors in 8 classrooms facing play field (per Paula Godfrey, Principal) 8 doors x $2000/door
             6         2        Storage building at playfield has leaking roof.
                                            Repair. L.S.




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                           Grijalva Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                   July 27, 2005
Architectural Firm:               The Orcutt/Winslow Partnership

                                                                       Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                      Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet

                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                   Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                       Sitework Improvements
                    1      4        Landscape: Existing plant materials sparse. No ground cover for dust control. No definition of turf/planting areas.
                                                Add additional plant material. Modify and/or add irrigation for new plants. Provide concrete mowing curb to separate
                                                grass & non-grass areas. Prune existing vegetation. Remove dead vegetation. Clean up landscape areas.
                    2      2        Sprinkler System conversion to Reclaimed Water: Irrigation system not converted to reclaimed water.
                                                   Convert irrigation system to reclaimed water if feasible and available.
                    3      2        Parking Lots: Aggregate exposed.
                                                   Seal coat & restripe.
                    4      2        Bus Bay: Aggregate exposed.
                                                   Seal coat & restripe.
                    5               Driveways: Aggregate exposed.
                                                   Seal coat & restripe.
                    6      2        Drainage/Erosion: Minor erosion evident at various places on campus.
                                                   Repair/regrade eroded areas. Install rip/rap and or pavements to prevent further erosion.
                    7      1        Fencing/Walls: Existing chain link perimeter fence is 4‟ high.
                                                   Replace perimeter chain link fence with 5‟ high chain link fence.
                    8      2        Playground: Kindergarten playground needs to be combined and separated from 1st grade playground.
                                                   Install a gate on Drexel to connect two Kindergarten playgrounds. Separate playgrounds with a fence. Install
                                                   appropriate sidewalks for access.
                    9      1        Sound System: No exterior intercom.
                                                   Install 6 outside horns and connect to intercom system.
                   10      1        Exterior Lights: No lighting at West parking lot.
                                                   Install lights on the West playground to illuminate the West parking lot.
                   11      1        Playground: No lighting at Kindergarten playgrounds.
                                                   Install lights to illuminate Kindergarten playground area.

II                                                                                    Interior Building Improvements
                    1      4        Paint and Wall Coverings: Worn paint, minor cracks.
                                                  Patch, caulk, and paint.
                    2      4        Flooring: Carpet & V.C.T. at Staff Workroom worn.
                                                  Replace carpet, V.C.T. and vinyl rubber base.
                    3      1        ADA Restroom Upgrades and Accessibility Routes: Sinks do not have ADA pipe wrap.
                                                  Provide ADA pipe wrap.

III                                                                              Equipment & Special Construction
                    1      4        Food Service Equipment: Various kitchen equipment & systems need replacement per TUSD Food Service Department.

                                                  Replace dishwasher, hoods over ovens, entry security system, temperature security system, walk-in freezer, walk-in
                                                  refrigerator, combination over-steamer, beverage/milk case refrigerator, reach in refrigerator and safe.

V                                                                                            Mechanical Systems
                    1      2        HVAC Systems: The entire HVAC system is less than five years old. The new system is a four pipe, DX and hot water, utilizing air
                                    cooled condensing units and a gas fired boiler. The air systems are generally Multi-zone serving the classroom wings and common
                                    areas, with a several single zone unit packaged rooftop unit serving the Library. The only component of the system left over from the
                                    old system appears to be the evaporative cooler serving the Multi-purpose Room.
                                                  The following areas require further attention: 1) The Multi-purpose Room was very hot and humid. The existing
                                                  evaporative cooler serving this room does not meet current SFB requirements for facilities below 5,000 ft. elevation.
                                                  Recommend replacing the evaporative cooler system with DX air conditioning, either packaged rooftops, or split
                                                  system.
VI                                                                                            Electrical Systems
                    1      2        Electrical Service Sections and Panels: More branch circuit panelboards will have to be added if more receptacles are added to the
                                    classrooms per item “2”.
                                                   Add new branch circuit panelboards to facilitate the addition of new receptacles/circuits in each classroom.
                    2      2        Wiring: Classrooms in new schools are each designed for (3) 20A, 120V circuits to receptacles distributed around the classroom,
                                    which does not appear to be the case.
                                                  Provide (1) new circuit with 2-3 new receptacles per circuit, in each classroom.
                    3      1        Lighting: Some lamps in fixtures were not working. Emergency lighting is not provided in all classrooms, boys, girls, men and women
                                    restrooms, nurse‟s room, lounge, workroom and kitchen. Light fixture doors are missing for fixtures in room 51. Old fluorescent
                                    fixtures.



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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                           Grijalva Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                   July 27, 2005
Architectural Firm:               The Orcutt/Winslow Partnership

                                                                   Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                  Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet

                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                               Suggested Corrective Action



                                                                                         Sitework working properly
                                              Replace all burnt out lamps so that all fixtures are Improvements to their full capacity. Provide new emergency light
                                              fixtures in all classrooms, boys, girls, men and women restrooms, nurse‟s room, lounge, workroom and kitchen.
                                              Provide doors for fixtures in room 51. Provide lights with T-8 fixtures.
                4      1        Fire Alarm Systems: More hardware/new panel may be required for complete audio/visual coverage. There is no fire alarm
                                audio/visual coverage in the computer classroom and some admin areas. Need additional fire alarm audio/visual coverage in the
                                kitchen and corridor 88. Need smoke detector coverage in the entire school except the Library and computer classroom.

                                              System should be tested to verify that it is working properly. Verify that it is a class “A” system. Provide complete fire
                                              alarm audio/visual coverage for all habitable spaces, (except private offices), as required by the NFPA. Provide
                                              complete smoke detector coverage as required by the NFPA. Provide new hardware in the existing FACP or a new
                                              FACP as required. Note: Per the State Fire Marshall only (2) manual pull stations are required in a school – one at the
                                              admin exit and one at the kitchen exit. All others can be removed to prevent nuisance triggering of the fire alarm
                5      2                      system.
                                Other: There is no Cable TV System.
                                              Provide and install Cable TV System.

X                                                                                     General/Remodeling
                1      4        Play Area Surfacing: Play areas have compacted sand.
                                              Replace sand with manufactured wood fibers.
                2      4        Other: Classroom and restroom modulars should be replaced as requested by school principal.
                                              Provide new classroom wing that includes nine classrooms, restrooms and two small conference rooms.




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Henry Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 25, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Earl Kai Chann Associates, Ltd.

                                                                     Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                    Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                          Site Work Improvements
                 1         2        Landscape - Some major depressions on play surface, at baseball backstop, and spread out in turf area:
                                                Fill, regrade and re-sod. 39,200 s.f. x $ 0.40/s.f.
                 2         3        Concrete curb - separating the turf and perimeter D.G. area. All D.G. area has erosion problems, and is full of weeds:
                                                Fill, regrade and re-sod. 51,200 s.f. x $ 0.40 /s.f.
                 3         3        Erosion at east landscape area (over D.G.):
                                                Regrade and resurface with D. G. 56,700 s.f. x $ 0.40/s.f.
                 4         2        Sprinkler system conversion to reclaimed water:
                                                Convert. (Per Doug Crockett's estimate)
                 5         2        Asphaltic concrete at west drop off/parking area is cracking and is full of weeds:
                                                Patch, resurface, and re-stripe. 7,320 s.f. x $ 0.50/s.f.
                 6         2        Erosion problems from landscaped area to west parking /drive.
                                                Correct drainage condition. L.S.
                 7         1        There is no ADA accessible path from building to play area (especially north side of building):
                                                Provide. 550 l.f. x $12.00 /l.f.
                 8         2        There are fence posts along the south property line, but no fence fabric:
                                                Provide new 6'-0"H chain link fence around playfield (per Ann Jackson, principal). 2,000 l.f. x $12.00/l.f.
                 9         3        Soccer goal posts are bent:
                                                Replace. L.S.
                10         2        Two (2) basketball courts on the east side are in fair condition:
                                                Repair surface. 6,229 s.f. x $2.50/s.f.
                11         3        The basketball courts on the north side are a little faded:
                                                Repaint. L.S.
                12         3        Baseball backstops are rusting and damaged:
                                                Replace (3) total. L.S.
                13         2        Playground at southeast corner - Sand base is too compact. Half of the play equipment is dated, there is no shade structure:
                                                Replace play surface with fibar, and play equipment. Provide a new shade structure. 5,975 s.f. x $2.00/s.f + play
                                                equipment $30,000, + shade $ 8,000 = $11,950 + $30,000 + $8,000
                14         2        Playground (at north side of campus) - Sand base is very compact, half the play equipment is dated. There is no shade structure:
                                                Replace play surface with fibar and play equipment. Provide a new shade structure. 12,000 s.f. x $2.00/s.f. + play
                                                equipment $30,000, + shade $8,000 = $24,000 + $30,000 + $8,000
                15         2        Playground adjacent to north classroom wing (east side) does not have shade structure, with sand base play surface:

                                                 Provide shade structure and replace play sand base with fibar. 3,100 s.f. x $ 2.00/s.f. + shade structure $5,000.00
                16         2        Gates not secured during school hours:
                                                 Modify. L.S.
                17         1        Play equipment is dated (old style "rings"- design creates hazards):
                                                 Remove and replace play equipment. L.S.
                18         2        Existing irrigation system is not working properly.
                                                 Replace/repair (per Ann Jackson, Principal). L.S.
                19         1        Existing parking/drop off design is not safe for students. Parking lot is crowded.
                                                 Redesign, correct and provide new parking/drop off (per Ann Jackson, Principal). L.S.

II                                                                                      Interior Building Improvements
                 1         2        Partitions are in poor condition:
                                                 Refinish and paint throughout. 34,778 s.f. x $1.50 / s.f.
                 2         2        Doors/frames/hardware are in fair to poor condition:
                                                 Replace 1/2 doors/hardware. Repaint all door frames: 25 sets x $1,300/set
                 3         2        Folding panels between classrooms are dated. Some panels have veneer peeling off and some panels are missing seal. As a
                                    result some teachers have inserted cotton in the gap to provide some sound insulation:
                                                 Construct new 2 x 4 acoustical partitions, both sides of existing folding partition. 7 partitions x $3,500/partition
                 4         2        Glass panel at exterior door damaged:
                                                 Replace 12 total x $50.00 each.
                 5         2        75% of VCT floors on campus are in poor condition. Many are cracked and have raised areas:
                                                 Replace. 5000 s.f. (corridors) x .75 = 3,750 s.f. x $2.20/s.f.
                 6         2        Ceilings are mostly glue-on 8"x8" tiles, damaged, patched:
                                                 Remove and replace throughout campus. 30,400 s.f. x $5.00/s.f.
                 7         2        Carpet in some classrooms are stained and split at the seams:
                                                 Replace in twelve (12) classrooms. 850 s.f (12) = 10,200 s.f. x $4.50/s.f.
                 8         2        Toilet rooms (Men's, Women's, Boys and Girls) are in very poor condition. Some have VCT, toilet partitions are dated, ceramic
                                    wall tile and floor tiles are damaged. Not ADA accessible:
                                                 Renovate. L.S.
                 9         3        Ceramic tile around classroom doors are aged:

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Henry Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 25, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Earl Kai Chann Associates, Ltd.

                                                                 Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                 Problem Area Identified
 Category




                     Assigned
            Number


                      Priority
             Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



                                                                                       Site Work Improvements
                                              Replace. 17 doors x 18 l.f /door = 306 l.f. x $20.00/l.f.
             10         2        Curtain at stage is worn at bottom and track is sagging:
                                              Replace. 60' x $ 100.00/l.f.
             11         2        Exposed concrete floor on stage:
                                              Refinish and provide VCT. 1,430 s.f. x $2.20/s.f. (includes ramp)
             12         2        Mini blind span is too long. They are mostly damaged:
                                              Replace with (2) sections per window. 58 windows x $240/window + 9 toilet room windows x $120/window =
                                              $13,900.00 + $1,080.00
             13         2        Quarry tile in kitchen has patch work
                                              Replace. 600 s.f. x $10.00/s.f.
             14         1        Mechanical tunnel above ceiling - Floor structure is questionable:
                                              Needs further investigation and reinforcement. (estimate L.S.)
             15         2        Mini blinds at classroom doors are not working properly:
                                              Replace with new black-out shades. 17 doors x $50.00/shade
             16         2        Exposed water pipe in Nurse's toilet room:
                                              Furr out and conceal. L.S.
             17         2        Library flooring (VCT and carpet) - VCT is stained and carpet is splitting at the seams:
                                              Replace. 2,480 s.f. x $4.50/s.f.

III                                                                                 Exterior Building Improvements
              1         3        Painted mural at brick wall, front entrance is deteriorating:
                                              Sand blast and clean. L.S.
              2         2        Exterior doors/frames/trim are in poor condition:
                                              Repaint all. 26 doors x $100.00/door
              3         2        Weather stripping, door bottoms, and thresholds are missing at exterior doors:
                                              Provide. 26 doors x $400.00/door
              4         3        Exposed stucco has numerous cracks:
                                              Fill, finish and repaint all. L.S.
              5         2        Roof is in fair condition:
                                              Redo flashing, drip edge and gutter/downspouts. 1100 l.f.(Perimeter) x $10.00/l.f.
              6         2        Putty at all casement windows is bad:
                                              Redo. 66 windows x $100.00/window
              7         2        Roof is accessible from electrical conduit box (SE) and dumpster (SW) per TUSD Risk Management:
                                              Provide barrier.

IV                                                                                Equipment and Special Construction
              1         2        Library millwork are dated and in poor/fair condition:
                                             Redesign and replace. 50 l.f. x $380.00/l.f.
              2         3        Library Office/Library are not visible from the Hall:
                                             Provide windows for better visibility. L.S.
              3         2        Millwork in classrooms are in poor condition:
                                             Replace, typical. 650 l.f. x $380.00/l.f.
              4         2        Existing signage inadequate:
                                             Provide all new and match. L.S.
              5         3        Millwork in Staff Lounge is inadequate:
                                             Extend millwork. 30 l.f. x $380.00/l.f.
              6         2        Kitchen equipment survey prepared by Pam Palmo:
                                             Provide additional equipment.

V                                                                                        Mechanical Systems
              1         2        Excessive chiller noise in the hallway:
                                            Provide acoustical treatment to the room and chiller.
              2         4        The mechanical room does not have adequate combustion air openings:
                                            Provide new opening within 12" of floor.
              3         2        There are two exterior drinking fountain that are in poor condition:
                                            Replace exterior drinking fountains
              4         3        The existing air handlers are original and should be replaced:
                                            Replace air handlers and include units on the EMCS
              5         4        Convert existing two-pipe system to a four-pipe system to improve comfort control:
                                            Provide four-pipe system. The existing air handlers will be replaced. Add air handler replacement cost.
              6         4        The kitchen is served by an evaporative cooler:
                                            Replace evaporative cooler with an air conditioning system. Provide new hood, exhaust fan & electrical.
              7         1        Portables and electric room are not alarmed (per TUSD Risk Management):

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Henry Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 25, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Earl Kai Chann Associates, Ltd.

                                                                 Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



                                           Provide                                  Site Work Improvements

VI                                                                               Electrical Systems
             1         3        Exterior lighting needs maintenance, repair and upgrading.
                                             Maintain, repair, relamp and provide additional parking area and exterior lighting. Conform with current design
                                             standards and outdoor lighting code.
             2         4        Interior lighting needs maintenance, repair, relamping, lighting level review and controls. Classrooms have strip fluorescent
                                             Maintain, repair, relamp and provide appropriate lighting levels and motion sensor controls. Provide upgraded
                                             classroom lighting and controls.
             3         1        Various code violations due to using equipment areas for storage and not allowing immediate access to electrical equipment
                                             Provide
             4         4        Fire Visual Devices missing from Nurses Rest Room and Mens Rest Room.
                                             Review
             5         1        Not all exit lights and emergency lights are operational.
                                             Check
             6         1        Sound System is inadequate.
                                             Replace head end unit of sound system and add speakers (per Ann Jacson, Principal). L.S.
             7         1        Portables and Electric room are not alarmed (per TUSD Risk Management)
                                             Provide.

VII                                                                                       General/Remodeling
             1         2        Storage/Ramada (at east side of building) is in fair condition (CMU walls and metal truss/roof deck), roof is leaking:
                                             Repaint doors and wall. Replace roof. L.S.
             2         2        Play ground at southeast corner - Sand base is too compact. Half of the play equipment is dated, there is no shade structure:
                                             Replace play surface with fibar, and play equipment. Provide a new shade structure. (see Item # 13, Section 1)
             3         2        Existing M.P. Room and Storage are undersized:
                                             Expand. 2600 s.f. x $150.00/s.f.
             4         1        Main office / Principal's office are too remote from school's front entry.
                                             Redesign and remodel (per Ann Jackson, Principal): 1,000 s.f. x $150.00/s.f.
             5         3        Two portables on site, exterior is deteriorating:
                                             Paint. L.S.
             6         2        Chiller is very noisy (See mechanical comment):
                                             Provide architectural renovation to isolate noise. L.S.
             7         3        Existing building meets existing requirements. Congestion when entire wing is being discharged through one exit.
                                             Provide exit doors in 8 classrooms facing play field (per Ann Jackson, Principal) 8 doors x $2,000.00/door




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Holladay Intermediate Magnet Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 20, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Sakellar Associates Architects and Planners, Inc.

                                                                    Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                   Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                               Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                           Sitework Improvements
                 1         4        Outside perimeter of classrooms: landscape area is bare (only dirt).
                                                 Provide some decomposed granite and landscape materials. (approx. 25,000 sf)
                 2         3        Courtyard turf is in bad condition with many bald spots.
                                                 Reseed bald sports, check irrigation and provide hard surfaces for exterior furniture. (approx. 12,000 sf)
                 3         3        Ball field: 30% of turf has bald spots.
                                                 Reseed and check irrigation. (approx. 30,000 sf)
                 4                  Irrigation system IS converted to reclaimed water.
                                                 No additional work required.
                 5         2        Irrigation boxes close to new building are damaged.
                                                 Repair box and provide new lid.
                 6         4        North Side:
                                                 Provide HID wall pack with 250W HID fixture in compliance with City of Tucson/Pima County Outdoor Lighting Code (3
                 7         4        South Side:
                                                 Provide HID wall pack with 250W HID fixture in compliance with City of Tucson/Pima County Outdoor Lighting Code (3
                 8         4        East Side:
                                                 Provide HID wall pack with 250W HID fixture in compliance with City of Tucson/Pima County Outdoor Lighting Code (3
                 9         4        West Side:
                                                 Provide HID wall pack with 250W HID fixture in compliance with City of Tucson/Pima County Outdoor Lighting Code (3
                10         3        Asphalt surface is rough at both off-site parking lots.
                                                 Tack, seal and restripe parking lots. (approx. 24,000 sf)
                11         3        Bus Bay signs: paint is fading and unreadable.
                                                 Provide new signs (5).
                12         1        Bus Bay missing the striping at street and sidewalk.
                                                 Restripe bus bay. (approx. 1,000 lf)
                13         3        Basketball courts: striping is fading.
                                                 Restripe basketball courts. (approx. 3 courts)
                14         3        Basketball hoops are missing nets.
                                                 Provide hoop nets (6).
                15         2        Some drainage issues are evident at the sidewalks south of the campus.
                                                 Regrade area east of the sidewalk. (approx. 1,500 sf)
                16         2        Some drainage issues and water ponding are evident south of the library between the two classroom wings.
                                                 Regrade area east of the sidewalk. (approx. 1,500 sf)
                17         1        Crosswalks from parking lots (2) to school are not striped.
                                                 Provide striped crosswalks at the curb ramps from each of the two off-site parking lots.
                18         1        Exterior courtyard stage area does not have an ADA accessible ramp.
                                                 Provide ADA compliant ramp access to the stage.
                19         1        Accessible route at west Multi-Purpose Room entry is missing a portion of a sidewalk.
                                                 Add walkway to accessible route. (approx. 60 sf)
                20         1        Handrail at main entrance ramp is not continuous along the west side.
                                                 Modify to be a continuous rail along the west side of the ramp.
                21         1        Steps south of the Library and adjacent to the accessible route do not have detectable warning strip or handrails.
                                                 Add detectable warning strip to head of each step and handrails at appropriate intervals along width of steps.
                22         4        Dumpsters are located at a dirt area and do not have an enclosure.
                                                 Provide concrete slab, wall and gate to enclose dumpsters.
                23         1        School site has graffiti, vandalism and skateboarding problems. Site is not secure and roof can be accessed by low walls.
                                                 Provide 8' -0" wrought iron fence to protect school grounds. (approx. 1,200 lf)
                24         2        Perimeter chainlink fence some areas damaged and not high enough.
                                                 Replace chainlink fence to a 6' high. (approx. 2000lf)
                25         1        Gate at patio next to the library is not high enough and people can climb easily.
                                                 Replace with a 8' high wrought iron security gate.
                26         2        Several campus signs (no parking, parent drop off, limits of liability, etc.) are faded.
                                                 Provide new signs throughout. (approx. 20)

II                                                                                  Interior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Walls show damage and peeling paint throughout. (34, 603 sf)
                                               Patch and touch-up paint throughout facility.
                 2         3        Corner guards are damaged at Nurse's Room #133, Workroom #15 and Kitchen #54.
                                               Provide corner guards. (approx. 16).
                 3         3        Door closers: many do not work correctly and are at end of useful life.
                                               Replace door closers. (approx. 80)
                 4         3        Classrooms: wood window seal and drywall underneath is damaged.
                                               Refinish window seal and repair drywall. (approx 500 lf)

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Holladay Intermediate Magnet Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 20, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Sakellar Associates Architects and Planners, Inc.

                                                                 Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
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                    Assigned
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             5         3        Exterior door at fire riser is very damaged.           Sitework Improvements
                                            Replace with hollow metal door. (1)
             6         4        Janitor's Room #105: mop sink does not have a backsplash and portion of drywall missing.
                                            Provide ceramic tile wainscot at mop sink, and patch, repair and paint missing drywall.
             7         2        Termite damage reported at PA room 10; outside doorway from kitchen and in workroom.
                                            Exterminate termites and repair damages.
             8         3        Door frame and brick wall in room 14 is damaged.
                                            Replace door frame and repair wall.
             9         4        Multi-Purpose Room, Kitchen and Library: walls have stains and chips.
                                            Patch and paint all surfaces, including stage area. (approx. 5,500 sf)
            10         4        Ceramic tile wainscot at entries and corridors; 10% of tiles are damaged or missing.
                                            Replace missing and damaged tiles. (approx. 400 sf)
            11         4        Restrooms #178, 179, 184 and 185: paint is in poor condition.
                                            Repaint rooms. (approx. 880 sf)
            12         3        Restrooms #113, 178, 179, 184 and 185: caulking around sinks is damaged.
                                            Recaulk sink (5).
            13         4        Door frames and hollow metal doors require paint.
                                            Paint door frames (approx. 100) and hollow metal doors (approx. 30).
            14         4        Wood doors are scratched and stain is wearing off.
                                            Refinish and stain wood doors (approx. 70)
                                Administration offices, Nurse's Room, corridors, Multi-Purpose Room and counselor room: ceiling tile is at end of useful life, many
            15         3        patched and some damaged.
                                            Replace ceiling tile. (approx. 10,000 sf)
            16         4        Classrooms: 15% of ceiling tile is damaged.
                                            Replace ceiling tile to match (E). (approx.2,500 sf)
            17         3        Administration offices, Library, rooms #102, 103 and 104, Classroom #2 and 5: carpet is at end of useful life.
                                            Replace carpet. (approx. 4,900 sf)
            18         3        Administration offices, Workroom #15, Nurse's Room #133, Lounge #25 and Computer Classroom #1: VCT is at end of useful life.
                                            Replace VCT. (approx. 2,000 sf)
            19         4        Stage wood floor requires refinishing.
                                            Refinish wood floor. (approx. 850 sf)
            20         3        Multi-Purpose Room: VCT floor has cracks and is delaminating in some areas.
                                            Replace VCT floor. (approx. 2,600 sf)
            21         2        Exterior ramp of Multi-Purpose Room: VCT has cracks and is delaminating in some areas.
                                            Replace VCT floor. (approx. 1,000 sf)
            22         3        Classrooms QD4A, B , C and D: During survey, carpet and VCT in Rooms C and D contained asbestos and were being replaced.
                                            Replace VCT floor (approx. 540 sf) and carpet (approx. 1,400 sf).
            23         4        Classrooms: VCT is in fair condition, with just 15% of tiles damaged by furniture.
                                            Replace damaged VCT tiles. (approx. 2,000 sf)
            24         1        Room signage is not ADA complaint.
                                            Replace room signage with ADA compliant signs. (approx. 60)
            25         1        Ramp to the Multi-Purpose Room exit ramp does not have handrails does not have a connecting walkway at the base.
                                            Add handrails (16 lf) and provide a connecting walkway at the base of the ramp (150 sf).
            26         1        Stage stair handrails, and handrails outside Corridor #153 do not have a return.
                                            Add return to handrails(4).
            27         1        Handicap toilets in Boys #108, Girls #114 and Nurse's Room #133 do not have grab bars.
                                            Add grab bars (3).
            28         1        Exit door to Corridor #172 - threshold does not meet ADA requirements.
                                            Replace threshold (1).
            29         1        Kitchen doors: several doors have knob handles which are not ADA complaint.
                                            Replace with lever handles. (approx. 4)
            30         1        Restrooms #113, 141, 150 and 152 are not ADA accessible.
                                            Renovate to provide one boy's, one girl's and one adult unisex ADA accessible restroom. (approx. 455 sf)
            31         1        Drinking fountain at Corridor #153, outside Classrooms QD and at Library are not ADA complaint.
                                            Replace to meet ADA requirements (3).
            32         2        Multi-Purpose Room window coverings are damaged and some are missing and at end of useful life.
                                            Replace window coverings. (approx. 4 windows 7' x 8')
            33         3        Lounge and Library window coverings are at end of useful life.
                                            Replace window coverings. (approx. 140 lf)
            34         3        Classrooms window coverings are at end of useful life.
                                            Replace window coverings. (approx. 18 windows 27' x 4')
            35         3        Toilet accessories at Kitchen and classroom sinks are at end of useful life.
                                            Replace with one soap and towel dispenser. (approx. 22 sets)

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Holladay Intermediate Magnet Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 20, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Sakellar Associates Architects and Planners, Inc.

                                                                   Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                  Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                 Problem Area Identified
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                     Assigned
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                      Priority
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             36         3                                                               Sitework Improvements
                                 Toilet accessories at restrooms are at end of useful life.
                                            Replace with one soap dispenser, one towel dispenser/disposal and one mirror. (approx. 26 sets)

III                                                                                  Exterior Building Improvements
              1         4        Outside louvers and downspouts: paint is fading and rust is evident.
                                              Paint louvers and downspouts.
              2         4        Courtyard stem walls: paint is peeling.
                                              Remove chips and repaint stem walls. (approx. 800 sf)
              3         2        Perimeter of brick wall, close to the stem wall in several areas mold is present.
                                              Remove mold. (approx. 500 lf)
              4         3        Windows at facility require weather-stripping and caulking throughout.
                                              Caulk around windows and where materials abut. (approx.156 windows 4' x 5')
              5         2        Windows screens are damaged.
                                              Replace window screens (approx. 18 windows)
              6         4        All glazing is uninsulated single pane with aluminum frame, decreasing energy efficiency of school.
                                              No work is required, but double pane windows are recommended for increased energy efficiency.
              7         1        Windows at new Activity Center are broken due to vandalism
                                              Replace windows and provide metal screens for protection from future vandalism (12).
              8         3        Several windows through out facility were replaced with metal plates due to vandalism.
                                              Replace metal plates with security glazing. Vandalism should be stopped with installation of 8' WI fence.
              9         3        Exterior corridor doors require weather-stripping.
                                              Provide weather-stripping at doors. (approx. 30 doors)
             10         4        Flashing, gutters, metal caps and counter flashing paint is fading and peeling.
                                              Prime and paint metal caps, flashing and gutters. (approx. 2,600 lf)
             11         3        No roof hatch and ladder provided.
                                              Provide roof hatch and ladder to access roof.
             12         3        Paint is peeling at exterior canopy outside Classroom #7.
                                              Paint all surfaces. (approx. 620 sf)
             13         3        Area outside Library: flashing, gutters, downspouts and overhang soffit are in poor shape.
                                              Repair and refinish flashing, gutters, downspouts and overhang soffit. (approx. 350 lf)
             14         1        Several roof leaks need to be repaired at north classrooms.
                                              Repair and recoat roof (approx. 5000 sf)
             15         3        Roof edges and curbs require a top coating and preventive maintenance throughout.
                                              Recoat edges, seams, curbs and worn areas. (approx. 7,000 sf)
             16         3        Built-up roof outside stage area is cracking.
                                              Provide roofing top coat. (approx.1,500 sf)
             17         2        There is not a covered walkway that connects the quads to the building and the library.
                                              Provide with a metal covered walkway from quads to main building and library. (approx. 2,800 sf)

IV                                                                             Equipment and Special Construction
              1         3        Classrooms do not have whiteboards; chalkboards are at end of useful life.
                                            Replace two chalkboards with two 4' x 12' whiteboards per classroom. (approx. 36)
              2         2        Classrooms #9 and 14 do not have projector screens.
                                            Provide projector screens (21).
              3         3        Classrooms: tackboards are at end of useful life.
                                            Replace tackboard with one 4' x 12' per classroom. (approx. 18)
              4         3        Upper and lower cabinets at kitchen are at end of useful life.
                                            Replace kitchen casework. (approx. 12 lf)
              5         3        Fumehood drywall: paint is peeling.
                                            Remove chips and repaint.
              6         2        Kitchen wash sink and hand sink are not attached securely to wall.
                                            Reattach sinks and repair drywall. (2)
              7         2        Booster Heater is at end of useful life.
                                            Replace Booster Heater.
              8         2        Dish machine is at end of useful life.
                                            Replace dish machine with Hobart 15 select tall
              9         2        Hoods over oven are at end of useful life.
                                            Replace hood over oven.
             10         3        Kitchen has no individual entry security system.
                                            Provide an entry security system for kitchen area.
             11         3        There is no temperature security system.
                                            Provide with a temperature security system.
             12         2        Walk in freezer is at end of useful life.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Holladay Intermediate Magnet Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 20, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Sakellar Associates Architects and Planners, Inc.

                                                                Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                               Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                           Suggested Corrective Action



                                            Replace walk in freezer.                    Sitework Improvements
            13         2        Walk in refrigerator is at end of useful life.
                                            Replace walk in refrigerator.
            14         2        Combi oven/steamer is at end of useful life.
                                            Replace combi oven/steamer.
            15         4        Some (E) equipment is not useful.
                                            Remove (E) equipment.
            16         3        Production area is not adequate.
                                            Redesign production area.
            17         3        Dry storage has no air temperature control.
                                            Provide with a temperature control at dry storage area (split AC unit).
            18         3        There is no restroom assigned for kitchen employees.
                                            Add a restroom for kitchen employees. (approx. 50sf)
            19         3        There is no lockers for kitchen employees.
                                            Add a changing/locker area for kitchen employees. (approx. 50sf)
            20         4        Storage area is insufficient.
                                            Add storage area. (approx. 100sf)
            21         2        Beverage/milk case refrigerator is at end of useful life.
                                            Replace beverage/milk case refrigerator.
            22         2        Reach in refrigerator is at end of useful life.
                                            Replace reach-in refrigerator.
            23         2        Hot service tables are at end of useful life.
                                            Replace hot service tables.
            24         1        Kitchen space is insufficient.
                                            Add square footage to kitchen (approx. 200sf)
            25         4        There is no wall/floor safe.
                                            Provide with a wall/floor safe.
            26         2        Access to offices is through hallway, work space is inadequate and insufficient.
                                            Reconfigure offices and replace millwork.
            27         4        Lounge #25: base cabinets are in good shape, but laminate tops are chipped in some areas.
                                            Provide countertops with PVC edge throughout. (approx. 30 lf)
            28         4        Backstage: millwork needs to be refinished.
                                            Refinish and replace cabinet hardware. (approx.. 32 lf)
                                Classroom countertops are chipped and damaged, base cabinets are scratched, some hardware is missing and some louver
            29         3        doors are damaged.
                                            Replace countertops, refinish base cabinets, replace missing hardware and fix louvers. (approx. 500 lf)

V                                                                                       Mechanical Systems
                                Existing Thermostats are stand alone programmable thermostats and do not allow for special schedules or remote monitoring of
             1         4        equipment.
                                            Provide EMCS. 24 AC Units, Kitchen Area
             2         3        Units are 13 years old with a 15 year normal useful life.
                                            Replace 4 split-system heat pumps serving the 4 modular classrooms.
             3         1        Janitor's Room:
                                            Provide New Exhaust in Janitors Room
                                Provide new air conditioning unit for the Kitchen. Remove the existing evaporative cooler and cooking hood. Provide new
             4         4        cooking hood with lower outside air requirement.
                                            Air Conditioning unit, Cooking Hood, Exhaust Fan, natural gas piping and electrical.
             5         1        File Server Room:
                                            Replace cooling system for file server room
             6         3        Existing Sinks are damaged or have lost glazing.
                                            Replace sinks (7).
             7         2        Existing lavatories have lost glazing or have rusting.
                                            Replace lavatories (7).
             8         3        General:
                                            Replace 10 water closets that are old & not 1.6 gpf.
             9         3        Urinals are damaged.
                                            Replace damaged urinals (4).
            10         2        Nurses Area:
                                            Provide shower in Nurses area with ADA movable shower head
            11         2        Office Area:
                                            Replace sink faucets (2).
            12         3        Some drinking fountains are damaged or glazing is worn out.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Holladay Intermediate Magnet Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 20, 2005
Architectural Firm:           Sakellar Associates Architects and Planners, Inc.

                                                                 Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



                                           Replace drinking fountains (6).            Sitework Improvements
            13         1        Provide Reduced Pressure Back Flow Preventer for Chemical Sanitizing Station in Janitor's Closet.
                                           Two locations require back flow preventers.
            14         1        General:
                                           Replace relief valve on electric water heater by Work Room #15 & reroute relief piping to eliminate trapped relief piping.
            15         1        General:
                                           Provide vacuum breakers on all hose bibbs.
            16         3        General:
                                           Replace small electric water heater
            17         3        Kitchen:
                                           Replace faucets in Kitchen at pot sinks and dish wash area.
            18         3        Water heaters appear 16 years old and the normal useful life is 15 years.
                                           Replace gas water heaters near Kitchen area.
            19         1        The building has fire sprinklers. The Fire Department Connection has been damaged and is cut off at grade.
                                           Provide new Fire Department connection and piping.

VI                                                                                      Electrical Systems
             1         1        General
                                           Update electrical equipment name plates and panel schedules.
             2         1        Kitchen
                                           Provide additional GFCI quadraplex receptacles to accommodate appliances (4 total)
             3         1        Corridor #160 South:
                                           Provide additional 2x4 (2) lamp troffer in corridor 160 South (5 Total).
             4         1        Corridor #123 North:
                                           Provide additional 2x4 (2) lamp troffer in corridor 123 North (5 Total).
             5         1        Classrooms #1 thru 14 QD4A thru QD4D:
                                           Provide Fire alarm visual device - 1 device per classroom(18 Total).
             6         1        Library #168:
                                           Provide Fire alarm visual device (2 total).
             7         1        Multi-purpose Room #112:
                                           Provide Fire alarm audio/visual device (1 Total).
             8         1        Stage #17:
                                           Provide Fire alarm audio/visual device (1 Total).
             9         1        Kitchen:
                                           Provide Fire alarm audio/visual device (1 Total).
            10         1        Courtyard:
                                           Provide Fire alarm audio/visual device (2 Total).
            11         1        General
                                           Provide evaluation and repair to existing security system
            12         2        Mechanical System Electrical Changes:
                                           Provide circuitry to serve (2) gas water heaters.
            13         1        General
                                           Evaluation of existing system and repair or replace as needed
            14         3        There is no data cabling in kitchen area.
                                           Provide upgraded data wiring to accommodate kitchen needs.

VII                                                                                    General/Remodeling
             1         4        Exterior storage room door at ramada is damaged.
                                            Replace door (1).
             2         1        North wood chip bay: play surface chip levels are low under play equipment.
                                            Replace sand with manufactured wood chips. (approx. 3,500 sf)
             3         2        Playground equipment: dual slide and 4' slide surface are cracked.
                                            Replace both slides.
             4         4        Playground equipment is not covered by a shade structure.
                                            Provide shade structure. (approx 3,500 sf)
             5         1        East sand bay: play surface sand levels are low and compacted with weeds growing into sand.
                                            Replace sand with manufactured wood chips. (approx. 5,000 sf)
             6         1        East sand bay: old style rings create safety hazard.
                                            Replace rings with appropriate play equipment




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Hollinger Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 25, 2005
Architectural Firm:            John R. Kulseth Associates, Ltd.

                                                                     Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                    Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                               Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                              Sitework Improvements
                 1         1        Ramp from parking lot to main entrance is too steep or too far between landings
                                                 Construct new ramp to comply with ADA
                 2         2        Pigeon Roosts on Surface mounted wall pack lights
                                                 Construct slope top enclosures for fixtures
                 3         4        Abandoned turf field between two parking lots has lots of dangerous hose bibbs sticking up, and is weedy
                                                 Renovate to turf or develop as hard surfaced play court
                 4         2        Drainage of north courtyard to play fields is inadequate
                                                 Regrade outfall to remove excess silting, clean pipe, develop inlet apron to reduce silting
                 5         4        Turfed areas uneven and in poor condition
                                                 Regrade to profile. Renovate irrigation and replant turf.
                 6         4        Irrigation system uses potable water
                                                 Study feasibility of converting irrigation to reclaimed water
                 7         1        Play sand is compacted.
                                                 Replace with wood chips, approximately 6,000 sq. ft.
                 8         3        Perimeter fence is only 4' high.
                                                 Remove and replace with 5' fence and gates.

II                                                                                        Interior Building Improvements
                 1                  Quads: VCT/Resilient flooring 50 failing over wood floor, 12 classrooms
                                                Replace with Carpet or Sheet Vinyl with welded joints
                 2         4        Quads: Mini blinds tattered and damaged
                                                Replace 25 percent of mini blinds
                 3         2        Quads: Many cabinets are missing locks
                                                Provide locks on 50 cabinet doors
                 4         1        Quads: Toilets in classrooms lack grab bars
                                                Provide grab bars at 12 W.C.
                 5         3        Many ceiling tiles damaged
                                                replace 50 percent of ceiling tile in all non-quad building areas
                 6         1        Marker boards bowed and do no match height of built in chalkboards
                                                Remove and replace with marker boards sized to fit wall space
                 7         1        Ramp east of Classroom 6 too steep
                                                Remodel testing room and entrance to girls rest room to allow for longer ramp
                 8         1        Ramp west of Classroom 15 too steep
                                                Construct longer ramp
                 9         3        Stage lighting at MPR platform minimal
                                                upgrade stage lighting and controls to include colored gels

III                                                                                     Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         2        Hollinger Quads: Mechanical yards are trashy
                                                Clean, and install Steel top grating
                 2         4        Hollinger Quads: Long breezeway devoid of landscaping
                                                Provide shade tolerant tree and bench at 4 planters
                 3         4        Hollinger Quads: Paint on steel trusses covering breezeway is failing
                                                Prepare, Prime and repaint
                 4         2        Pigeons Roost on exterior wall packs
                                                install pigeon control on lights (see electrical for replacement options
                 5         4        Courtyard stucco damaged or spalling
                                                repair or replace 10 percent of stucco
                 6         1        exterior stair landing two inches above bottom stair tread
                                                Raise stair landing to eliminate trip hazard
                 7         2        Proximity of School building and parking to Ajo Way poses noise problems and poor school image
                                                Construct masonry screen wall along Ajo Way for noise control
                 8         4        Open Dumpsters an eyesore to MPR and to neighbors
                                                Construct dumpster enclosure yard
                 9         4        Portables are in poor condition
                                                Paint exterior and interior of portables
                10         4        Termite damage along south elevation of original building
                                                Replace wood framing around and below windows with masonry and steel
                11         4        Exterior paint of building is failing
                                                Repaint exterior of school
                12                  Play court in original courtyard needs to be repainted
                                                Repaint or evaluate whether this is best use for courtyard

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Hollinger Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 25, 2005
Architectural Firm:            John R. Kulseth Associates, Ltd.

                                                                 Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
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                    Assigned
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            13         3                                                           Sitework Improvements
                                Build two new play courts (option to number 12 above)
                                           includes slab, goals, and striping

V                                                                                      Mechanical Systems

             1         4        The classrooms are air conditioned. The air conditioning units are operating when unoccupied. There is no central EMCS.
                                            Put entire system on EMCS.
             2         4        The library t-stat's locking covers have been defeated.
                                            Put unit on EMCS.
             3         1        The outside air needs to be rebalanced to make sure that adequate ventilation is being provided.
                                            Rebalance supply, return, and ventilation air flows.
             4         1        There does not appear to be a relief air path for the ventilation air to escape.
                                            Provide relief air.
             5         1        There is no insulation on the HC lavatories.
                                            Add insulation.
             6         4        The new northwest wing has no fire protection system.
                                            Add a wet pipe fire sprinkler system.
             7         3        The outside air intakes for the admin. Area are close to the ground, causing filtering problems.
                                            Extend intake ducts to avoid dirt entrainment
             8         3        Kitchen, is evap.. cooled, dry storage area not conditioned
                                            Air Condition kitchen including dry storage area
             9         4        The condensate drains for the rooftop units currently drain to gutters, causing standing water puddles.
                                            Provide standpipes through roof for condensate drainage.

VI                                                                                          Electrical Systems
             1         2        Exterior Lighting needs maintenance, repair and upgrading.
                                             Maintain/replace and provide additional parking area and exterior building lighting. Conform with current IESNA design
                                             standards, IBC exterior emergency egress lighting requirements and local outdoor lighting code. Address pigeon
                                             perching considerations.
                                Interior lighting needs maintenance, repair, selective modernizations from T12 to T8 and group relamping of existing T8 systems
             2         1        to save energy and provide adequate lighting levels for 56,000 sq. ft.
                                             Maintain, replace, relamp and provide appropriate lighting levels. Provide upgraded T8 lamps in existing troffers and
                                             replace T12 fixtures with T8 fixtures. Add fixtures where required
             3         1        Questionable intelligibility of common area PA system spoken word announcements due to speaker spacings. Add approximately
                                20 units.
                                             Upgrade/augment existing intercom system speakers in corridors and exteriors.
             4         1        Fire alarm system does not include adequate A/V devices per ADA requirements and currently enforced NFPA audibility
                                requirements. Many existing devices are installed at non-ADA approved mounting heights.
                                             Relocate existing devices/provide new devices at ADA prescribed heights, Provide additional A/V devices throughout
                                             classrooms, offices, etc. and add initiation devices in selected areas.
             5         1        Not all exit lights and emergency lights are operational, current emergency egress illumination values do not meet current
                                UBC/IBC requirements. Add/replace approximately 25 units.
                                             Test all emergency lights and exit lights, replace and/or provide additional exit and emergency lights.
             6         2        Remote clocks are not working properly.
                                             Repair clock system.
             7         2        Recommend cleaning and PM actions for SES and at downstream panelboards.

                                           Perform SES/panel cleaning activities and PM program including thermal scans, feeder torquing, etc.
             8         4
                                Interior lighting and exterior lighting controls require upgrading for IECC 2003 compliance and to save energy for 56,000 sq. ft.
                                             Provide time of day and/or motion sensor controls per IECC for interior and exterior lighting.
             9         1        Various spaces and equipment yards require additional circuitry and/or GFCI personnel protection.
                                             Provide additional circuitry and GFCI devices/circuit breakers.
            10         2        Kitchen needs an intrusion detection (security) system that is controlled from within the kitchen space. Food service would like to
                                know who disarms system each time.
                                             Provide security system independent from building security system. Remotely monitor at TUSD security. Provide
                                             feature to identify the individual disarming system.
            11         2
                                Walk in freezer and walk in refrigerator (see below) will require remotely monitored temperature sensor and alarm.

                                            Provide temperature sensor alarm for two walk in boxes monitored at food service and TUSD security
            12         2        Point of sale cash registers require data cabling to kitchen computer and electrical power in floor

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Hollinger Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 25, 2005
Architectural Firm:            John R. Kulseth Associates, Ltd.

                                                                   Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                  Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



                                                                                      Sitework Improvements
                                            Cut in floor boxes at cash registers and wireway to kitchen computer

VII                                                                                         General/Remodeling
             1         2        School lacks walk in freezer
                                            Install walk-in freezer exterior to kitchen with access from inside building
             2         2        School lacks walk-in refrigerator
                                            Install walk-in refrigerator exterior to kitchen with access from inside building
             3         3        School lacks wall safe
                                            Install 1 cubic foot capacity wall safe in kitchen area
             4         2        School lacks reach-in beverage refrigerator
                                            Provide "mod-u-serv" beverage refrigerator
             5         4        Office Suite for Administration is very crowded.
                                            Build new 4 classroom pod and remodel for administration




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Howell Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 25, 2005
Architectural Firm:            EMC2 Group, Architects

                                                                     Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                    Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                          Sitework Improvements
                 1         4        Landscaping: Site in need of perimeter landscape and dust control. Existing trees in good condition.
                                                 Recommend perimeter lanscaping, and strategic high traffic areas near walks, with supporting irrigation system.
                                                 Approx. 50,000 SF.
                 2         3        Exterior Lighting: Lighting needed in courtyard for school events.
                                                 Provide wall mounted lighting in courtyard. 8 lights with associated electrical.
                 3         3        Parking Lots: Southwest parking in poor condition.
                                                 Repave and restripe southwest parking area. Approx. 10,000 SF.
                                    PE Equipment: Bball courts in poor condition. Backboards are deteriorated wood, some rims damaged and some missing rims.
                 4         1        Striping illegible. Benches located too close to court are safety hazard. Hard packed sand in play equipment area is also a safety
                                                 Replace 8 basketball standards ($500 ea.) Relocate 2 benches ($600) further from the court edge. Provide wood chip
                                                 ($750) in playground fall zones, approx 3000 SF.
                 5         1        ADA/ Acessibility: Ramps from school building to bus area require handrails, there are no existing handrails.
                                                 Provide handrails, 2 at each of 2 ramps. Approx. 140 LF of handrailing.
                 6         4        Fencing: Minor chain link fence repairs required.
                                                 Repair/ replace approx. 40 LF of 6' high chain link fencing.
                 7         2        Other: Exterior drinking fountain does not drain properly.
                                                 Repair drain on drinking fountain.

II                                                                                    Interior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Partitions/ doors: Minor door repairs, hardware replacement required.
                                                Repair damaged closers, hardware for 3 doors.
                 2         3        Ceilings: Several ceiling tiles have water damage.
                                                Replace approx. 1000 SF of damaged 2x4 ceiling tile.
                 3         3        Flooring: School has mix of several different flooring types, all are in poor condition from normal use. Some areas have damage

                                             Replace all flooring. Approx. 16,000 SF-$28,800 VCT/12,000 SF-$50,700 carpet. Replace rubber base.
                 4         1        ADA/ Accessibility: Nurse ADA shower being used as storage.
                                             Provide additional storage at nurse office, recommend lockable casework.

III                                                                                  Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Paint: Paint on trim and HM doors faded, in need of repainting. Interior frames need painting as well.
                                               Paint trim, shade louvers on exterior, and interior HM frames.
                 2         3        Windows/ Screens: Exterior shade screens damaged or bent at certain locations.
                                               Repair or replace 3 shade screens.
                 3         3        Roofing/ Flashing: Roofing at the custodians workspace is not adequate.
                                               Repair or replace roofing. 200 SF of metal deck.

IV                                                                              Equipment and Special Construction
                                    White Boards: The school has requested to transition to all white boards, rather than the existing chalkboards. School is lacking
                 1         3        Tack boards outside the classrooms to display student work.

                                              Provide whiteboards in all of the classrooms. Provide tackboards in hallways outside of classrooms.
                 2         3        Casework in poor condition throughout school.
                                              Replace all casework.
                 3         2        Kitchen Equipment: School does not have complete equipment per district standards.
                                              Upgrade kitchen equipment to district standards.

V                                                                                       Mechanical/Plumbing Systems
                 1         1        Ceiling tiles have water stains from roof leaks, piping leaks, or condensation.
                                                 Repair roof leaks, piping leaks, and/or piping insulation.
                 2         1        All thermostats exceed ADA height of 48" above finished floor.
                                                 Relocate thermostats to maximum height of 48" above finished floor and provide vented locking box cover.

                 3         2        Janitor's closet is not properly ventilated.
                                                 Add exhaust fan to serve janitor's closet & undercut door.
                 4         1        Kiln fan is not operational.
                                                 Provide functional exhaust fan for kiln room and required make-up air.
                 5         1        Drinking fountains are all the same height and do not meet ADA requirements.
                                                 Provide dual-height drinking fountains per building to meet ADA requirements.
                 6         2
                                    Water heater in plumbing chase exceeds 8 feet above finished (drop) grade with no permanent access ladder or platform.
                                              Relocate water heater to adjacent janitor's closet or provide maintenance platform/ladder.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Howell Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 25, 2005
Architectural Firm:            EMC2 Group, Architects

                                                                  Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                 Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



             7         2                                                                 reduced Improvements
                                Janitor's sink has chemical mixing apparatus without Siteworkpressure backflow preventer.
                                             Provide reduced pressure backflow preventers on water lines serving janitor's sink.
             8         1        AC-Unit on Modular M76B (east unit) is not functioning properly.
                                             Replace indoor fan on AC-Unit.
             9         4        Existing units are connected to programmable thermostats not addressable through TUSD energy management system.
                                             Provide direct digital controller for each AC-Unit and connect to TUSD energy management system.
            10         1        Rot due to moisture above ceilings and leaks.
                                             Cost can not be determined without further study and evaluation of facility.

VI                                                                                          Electrical Systems
             1         2        Exterior Lighting needs maintenance, repair and upgrading.
                                             Maintain/replace and provide additional parking area and exterior building lighting. Conform with current IESNA design
                                             standards, IBC exterior emergency egress lighting requirements and local outdoor lighting code. Address pigeon
                                             perching considerations.
             2         1        Interior lighting needs maintenance, repair, and modernization from T12 to T8 to save energy and provide adequate lighting
                                levels for 39,000 sq. ft.
                                             Maintain, replace, relamp and provide appropriate lighting levels. Replace T12 fixtures with T8 fixtures.
             3         1        Questionable intelligibilty of common area PA system spoken word announcements due to speaker spacings. Add approximately
                                20 units.
                                             Upgrade/augment existing intercom system speakers in corridors and exteriors.
             4         1        Fire alarm system does not include adequate A/V devices per ADA requirements and currently enforced NFPA audibility
                                             Relocate existing devices/provide new devices at ADA prescribed heights, Provide additional A/V devices throughout
                                             classrooms, offices, etc. and add initiation devices in selected areas.
             5         1        Not all exit lights and emergency lights are operational, current emergency egress illumination values do not meet current
                                UBC/IBC requirements. Add/replace approximately 25 units.
                                             Test all emergency lights and exit lights, replace and/or provide additional exit and emergency lights.
             6         2        Remote clocks are not working properly.
                                             Repair clock system.
             7         2        Recommend cleaning and PM actions for SES and at downstream panelboards, updating of panel directories.
                                             Perform SES/panel cleaning activities and PM program including thermal scans, feeder torquing, etc.
             8         4        Interior lighting and exterior lighting controls require upgrading for IECC 2003 compliance and to save energy for 39,000 sq. ft.

                                            Provide time of day and/or motion sensor controls per IECC for interior and exterior lighting.
             9         1        Various spaces require additional circuitry and/or GFCI personnel protection.
                                            Provide additional circuitry and GFCI devices/circuit breakers.
            10         2        Stage platform needs additional PA system mic jacks
                                            Provide new microphone additions for PA system at platform
            11         2        Grounding at MDF/IDF's is not up to standards
                                            Provide proper bonding of MDF/IDF equipment racks, protector blocks, etc.
            12         2        Additional telecom jacks are warranted
                                            Add telecom jacks and cabling

VII                                                                                    General/Remodeling
             1         3        Parent Seating: Corridors lack area for parents to wait when visiting.

                                           School requests benches or other seating in hallways to be more "customer friendly". Provide 20 benches.
             2         4        Ramadas: Exterior ramadas in need of paint.
                                           Paint exterior ramadas. 2 ramadas.
             3         3        There is no toilet in kitchen restroom. Desk in kitchen with minimal area to work.

                                          Provide toilet and required plumbing to make the kitchen toilet functional. Provide office space for kitchen staff.
             4         2        Storage desparately needed throughout school.
                                          Provide additional SF for storage at different locations. 800 SF.
             5         2        Admin area casework/ furniture: Printers, computers, fax machine, intercom, taking all of available workspace in admin areas.
                                          Provide new admin area design with areas for the equipment as well as staff workspace.
             6         2        Kitchen Survey Upgrades.
                                          Kitchen addition/ remodel. New equipment per survey.




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Hudlow Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 26, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Albanese/Brooks Architects

                                                                      Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                     Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                            Sitework Improvements
                 1         1        Site walk west of library, heading to office wing, is too steep, no landing, no handrails. Site walk north of classrooms 6, 8, & 10 is
                                    too steep, has no landings, no handrails. Site walk to modular classrooms too steep, no handrails.
                                               Remove concrete walks, regrade the area, relocate north-south site walks, create ramps that comply with ADA. Total
                                               affected area = approx 9,000 SF
                 2         1        Exit ramps from Library on north and south sides are too steep, do not have handrails, do not have landings. These ramps are
                                    cast concrete cantilevered from building stem wall. Guards have too-large openings.
                                                Rebuild cantilevered walks to provide ADA slope, handrails, guardrails. Approx. 500 SF
                 3         1        Ramp under walkway leading to Lower Level has excessive cross slope and lacks proper handrails.
                                                Remove and replace ramp. Add handrails each side. (140 sf)
                 4         1        Wooden bench at northeast backstop is weathered, broken, unsafe. Backstop bottom rail is loose.
                                                Replace bench. Repair fence rail.
                 5         1        Exterior walk south of classrooms 7 & 9 is a ramp (steeper than 1 in 20), terminates with no landing at head of a 5 riser flight of
                                    stairs, has no handrails. Stairs have no handrails.
                                               Remove walk and 5 riser flight of stairs, rebuild to make walk flatter than 1 in 20, build stair with at least 4 more risers,
                                               provide handrails at both flights of stairs. Modify grade outside walk to carry runoff in valley gutter.
                 6         1        Stage 24 is not accessible from patio.
                                                Install new ramp and handrails from patio to stage platform.
                 7         1        Stairs outside east doors of Corridor 20, to area 19, have no handrails.
                                                Provide handrails at stairs.
                 8         1        Water from main courtyard runs across walkway below bridge between classroom 10 and Library. Due to lay of the ground, it
                                    does not enter scupper but goes around it. Scupper is too small and is silted up.
                                               Regrade upstream area to direct water flow to scupper. Provide larger sidewalk scupper to carry flow below walkway.
                 9         1        Drinking fountains are trough type, do not comply with ADA access requirements
                                               Remove and reinstall at heights to comply with ADA requirements.
                10         1        Northwest exit out of Multipurpose Room has no exterior landing, and slopes quickly down to perpendicular sidewalk.
                                               Build exterior landing and provide ADA sloped walk to north sidewalk.
                11         1        Walkways to modular classroom buildings do not comply with ADA as accessible routes. Some portions are too steep, some
                                    have excessive cross slope, some are broken asphalt. Ramp entries to some of the classroom units are too steep, all lack
                                    required handrails. walkways and ramps to modular classroom buildings with accessible routes
                                               Replace
                12         2        Parking areas need resurfacing. Entry road off of west street needs to be rebuilt and paved.
                                               Provide seal coat and new striping. Approximately 23,000 SF, rebuild entry drive approx. 3000 SF
                13         3        Sidewalk east of lower level toilets has heaved up and has been ground down in the past.
                                               Remove and replace sidewalk outside lower level toilets (400 sf @ $8.00/sf).
                14         3        Sidewalk east of Multipurpose room has heaved up and has been ground down in the past.
                                               Replace section of sidewalk east of Multipurpose room (80 sf @ $8.00/sf)
                15         4        Grass and weeds growing in sand bays and at tether ball areas
                                               Clean out grass and weeds, treat to minimize repeat invasion.

II                                                                                     Interior Building Improvements
                 1         1        Handrail at ramp to stage is not continuous, is not both sides
                                                 Provide continuous handrail to stage, both sides of ramp.
                                    Carpet in classrooms and library is in poor condition, with raveled seams and missing edge trim. TUSD policy is to have carpet in
                 2         1
                                    offices and library, VCT in classrooms
                                                 Replace library carpet. Remove carpet from classrooms and replace classroom floors with VCT.
                 3         1        Ramp at north end of corridor 20 has no handrails, surface is VCT.
                                                 Provide handrails. Raise or relocate display case to avoid rail conflict. Replace flooring with raised-disk flooring.
                 4         1        Ramp at west end of corridor 51 has no handrail, floor is VCT
                                                 Provide handrails. Replace flooring with raised-disk flooring
                 5         1        Counter at office area needs a section lowered to suit handicapped. Entire counter is 42" high
                                                 Replace a section of the counter with at least 3 foot section designed to accommodate wheelchair access.
                 6         1        Girls Toilet 21 can be made fully accessible, except for approach to door
                                               Remove all existing toilet compartments and replace with new. Provide 18" clear space on latch side of door at
                                               accessible stall. Remove and abandon second of five toilets from west. Relocate westernmost toilet to 18" from toilet
                                               centerline to wall. Install new grab bars at westernmost toilet. Install new toilet accessories in four remaining toilets.
                                               Install pipe insulation at one lav. Install new mirror with bottom edge of reflective surface at 40" A.F.F..
                 7         1        School lacks toilet facilities for Special Needs students.
                                               Convert Conference 40 to Unisex accessible and Special Needs restroom.
                 8         1        Boys Toilet 59 can be made fully accessible.



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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Hudlow Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 26, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Albanese/Brooks Architects

                                                                   Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                  Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                 Problem Area Identified
 Category




                     Assigned
            Number


                      Priority
             Item




                                             Suggested Corrective Action



                                                                                       Sitework Improvements
                                            Remove existing toilet partitions. Relocate easternmost toilet to 18" from toilet centerline to wall. Install new grab bars
                                            at easternmost toilet. Relocate westernmost of two toilets. Install new toilet partitions and accessories. Install pipe
                                            insulation at one lav. Install new mirror.
              9         1        Girls Toilet 61 can be made fully accessible.
                                              Remove existing toilet partitions. Remove and abandon middle of three toilets. Add additional toilet to maintain 3
                                              toilets in room. Relocate easternmost toilet to 18" from toilet centerline to wall. Install new grab bars at easternmost
                                              toilet. Install new toilet partitions and accessories. Install pipe insulation at one lav.
             10         1        Kitchen range hood is old and room is evaporative cooled.
                                             Make architectural and structural provisions for new range hood including roof penetrations, roof platforms, interior
                                             finishes. See Mechanical Section.
             11         1        Stairs at Library entry 69. Handrails do not comply with ADA. Openings in balcony guard exceed 4 inch ball size.
                                             Replace handrails with units that meet ADA requirements. Add lower horizontal rail to guard to prevent passage of 4
                                             inch ball.
             12         1        Drinking fountains are trough type, do not comply with ADA access requirements
                                             Remove and reinstall at heights to comply with ADA requirements.
             13         1        Signage does not conform to ADA standards.
                                             Provide new door signage for entire school.
             14         1        Glass in modular classrooms windows is broken in 12 locations, is not safety glass
                                             Replace broken units with safety glass
             15         2        Low exhaust grilles in restrooms are rusted and/or damaged. Mechanical Section recommends removal and replacement with
                                             Patch wall substrate at old openings, create new openings high in wall for new grilles.
             16         2        Plaster wall finish in kitchen is damaged, difficult to clean.
                                             Patch damaged plaster, repaint kitchen
             17         4        Roll up door at kitchen serve line is manual operation
                                             Provide electrical motor operated coiling door assembly
             18         4        Storage 12 Roof insulation is falling down.
                                             Replace existing roof insulation with new. Install new drywall ceiling in room (150 sf @ $5.00/sf).
             19         4        Door frames and doors need to be refinished
                                             Refinish doors and frames. Approx. 80 openings
             20         4        Old cooler rooms 22 and 40 have wood floors with crawl spaces, wood walls to light wells.
                                             Replace wood floors with earthen fill and concrete. Remove light wells, build roofs over to provide continuous roof
                                             cover. Close up windows to toilets off of the light wells 235 SF
             21         4        Janitor 10A duct insulation is being torn off by janitor cart.
                                             Provide metal shield on lower 5 feet of duct to protect insulation from janitor cart.

III                                                                               Exterior Building Improvements
              1         1        Rain water flow from gutter of east elevated walk runs down face of brick, causing damage and staining. Adjacent eucalyptus
                                 trees likely have filled the gutter with debris.
                                            Clean out gutters, add screens to keep out leaves, change outlets to larger units and add downspouts.
              2         1        Exterior doors have 3/4" to 1" vertical edge at door sill (old TUSD detail), not ADA.
                                            Provide aluminum ramp units at exterior doors to eliminate this step. Remodel door bottoms to suit, provide new
                                            weather strip and thresholds, and bottom trim for rain shedding. Approx. 19
              3         1        Resource room 103 has long-standing roof leak.
                                            Inspect roof, correct source of leak.
              4         1        Sections of fascia at modular buildings have dry rot. Sections of hardboard siding and trim on one modular are rotted through.
                                 Trim boards at floor level of modular classrooms are coming loose from the buildings.
                                            Replace siding on one modular building. Replace belt trim on three modular classrooms. Replace dry rot fascia
              5         3        Modular classroom buildings need repainting.
                                            Repaint all modular classroom building exteriors
              6         3        VCT flooring in Modular 6 is broken and delaminating from floor
                                            Replace VCT flooring including new underlayment boards.

IV                                                                           Equipment and Special Construction
              1         2        Chalk boards in classrooms should be replaced by magnetic marker boards
                                            Replace chalk boards with magnetic marker boards. 21 rooms with 6 at $500
              1         1        Sand in play equipment area is compacted, does not comply with TUSD policy
                                            Remove sand to 12 inch depth, provide chopped bark to TUSD standard

V                                                                                     Mechanical Systems
              1         1        Kitchen range hood is old and room is evaporative cooled.
                                            Install new hood, exhaust fan and new AC unit for kitchen.


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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Hudlow Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 26, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Albanese/Brooks Architects

                                                                 Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



             2         1                                                              Sitework Improvements
                                Handicap plumbing fixtures do not meet ADA requirements.
                                            Install new plumbing fixtures that meet ADA requirements.
             3         1        Chemical treatment system in Janitor Closet is connected direct to potable water at mop sinks. This is a code violation and health
                                hazard.
                                            Provide backflow protection at these systems
             4         1        Kitchen lacks walk-in refrigerator and freezer.
                                            Relocate existing 3 compartment sink and exterior utilities to accommodate new addition. Air condition new Dry
             5         2        Numerous plumbing fixtures are old or do not function properly.
                                            Repair or replace inoperative plumbing fixtures.
             6         2        Urinals & flush valves in boys toilets, Room 59, are old & do not meet current standards.
                                            Replace three (3) urinals & flush valves.
             7         3        Kitchen water heaters are old and have outlived useful life.
                                            Install
             8         3        Low exhaust grilles in restrooms are rusted and/or damaged.
                                            Remove low exhaust grilles and install new exhaust grilles high on walls or in ceiling.

VI                                                                                          Electrical Systems
             1         1        Some Fire Alarm Manual Stations mounted too high for ADA compliance.
                                             Relocate (5) Fire Alarm Manual Stations.
             2         1        No fire alarm notification appliances in toilet rooms, conf. rooms, etc. per ADA & NFPA requirements.
                                             Add Fire Alarm Strobe Lights in Toilets & Conference rooms, 10 locations
             3         1        Intercom call switches are too high for ADA compliance.
                                             Relocate call switches 20 locations.
             4         1        Electric outlets within 6' of sinks should have GFCI protection.
                                             Change electric devices to be GFCI type 2 locations.
             5         1        Electric outlets in Kitchen should be GFCI type per NEC 210.8
                                             Change electric devices to be GFCI type 6 locations.
             6         1        Computer room has daisy chained power strips. Owner should discontinue practice of using
                                             Daisy chain connection of power strips. 4 additional duplex receptacles needed.
             7         1        Insufficient quantity of electric outlets near data jacks in classrooms to be able to use computers
                                             without using daisy chained power strips. Add (2) duplex outlets each classroom.
             8         1        Kitchen is evap. cooled.
                                             Electrical cost to upgrade to Air Conditioning in Kitchen.
             9         1        Electrical work to accommodate Kitchen addition for walk-in refrigerator and freezer.
                                             Relocate exterior electrical lines. Provide electrical for new addition.
            10         1        Lights in modular classroom buildings are surface mount exposed T12 tubes. Night light in Modular 6 has defective ballast,
                                comprises a fire danger.
                                             Provide tube covers on all fluorescent lamps. Replace defective ballast.
            11         1        Walkways to modular classroom buildings do not have adequate lighting for night events.
                                             Provide 4 pole lights along accessible route, and replace exterior lights on 4 buildings
            12         1        Call switches and fire alarm pull stations in 2 modular classroom buildings are too high
                                             Lower call switches and pull stations to correct eight
            13         2        In SFB project, connection of panels AC2 & AC3 was not built per plan, now overload exists.
                                             Revise feeder connections to SES to be as originally designed.
            14         3        Fire Alarm system equipment is obsolete (manufactured by AutoCall).
                                             Replace fire alarm panel and smoke detectors with TUSD approved equipment.
            15         3        Pole light in south parking lot has damaged lens.
                                             Repair pole light and provide vandal shield.
            16         4        Abandoned controls for old heating/cooling system are still in place.
                                             Remove controls that should have been demolished in HVAC project, 3 locations.
            17         4        Interior lighting system uses old technology T12 lamps
                                             Relamp and re-ballast existing light fixtures with T8 lamps/electronic ballasts
            18         4        No occupancy sensing lighting control system exists.
                                             Provide occupancy sensing light switching system.

VII                                                                                     General/Remodeling
             1         1        Classes are held in 6 portable/modular classroom buildings.
                                           Provide 6 classroom addition with gang restrooms to eliminate portable buildings. Approx. 7300 SF at $160.00
             2         1        Kitchen lacks walk-in refrigerator and freezer. Dry storage is inadequate.
                                           Provide Kitchen addition to accommodate new 3 compartment sink, new walk-in refrigerator and freezer, new Dry
                                           Storage and Prep area (580 s.f. @ $170.00/s.f.)



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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Hudlow Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 26, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Albanese/Brooks Architects

                                                                Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                               Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                           Suggested Corrective Action



             3         1                                                              Sitework Improvements
                                Nurse toilet 16A is not HC accessible. Mens Toilet 11B is not accessible. Womens Toilet 11C is not accessible. Nurse,
                                Administration Office and Principal need additional storage.
                                            Remodel administration area. Relocate HVAC ductwork in Storage 12. Relocate Staff Mens Restroom to Storage 12,
                                            accessible from Corridor 2. Relocate Staff Womens Restroom to Mens Restroom 11B. Reconfigure Womens 11C to
                                            add space to Nurse suite, Workroom and storage closets.
             4         1        Play equipment needs maintenance and repairs. Loose parts, projecting bolts, etc.
                                          Inspect and repair play equipment to safe condition




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Hughes Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 25, 2005
Architectural Firm:            EMC2 Group, Architects

                                                                     Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                    Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                               Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                          Sitework Improvements
                 1         3        Landscaping: Turf areas are spotty and inconsistent, limited field area. Patches of high grass and dirt create tripping hazards.
                                                Regrade field area, re-seed turf. Approx. 40000 SF of fields.
                 2         3        There is no on-site parking. Existing parking area at side of street is in poor condition.
                                                Recommend resurfacing and resriping existing parking area. Approx. 6500 SF.
                 3         2        PE Equipment: Old balance beam overgrown with dirt and grass, partially buried. Backstop fencing in disrepair. Basketball court
                                                Remove hazardous equipment. Replace 2 backstops. Resurface and repaint basketball 2 basketball courts.
                 4         3        Drainage: Kitchen/ trash enclosure area drains toward school and ponds after storms.
                                                Regrade area for drainage away from building. Rework trash enclosure area. Approx. 3000 SF and CMU trash
                 5         4        Fencing/ Walls: Some areas of perimeter fence are bent or fabric is damaged.
                                                Replace approx. 100LF of 5' high chain link fencing.
                 6         2        Signal Flasher: School has requested signal flasher traffic control device at 3rd and Tucson.
                                                Provide signal flasher at requested location.
                 7         3        Exterior Drinking Fountain: Overgrown with grass and weeds.
                                                Replace or restore to working order.

II                                                                                   Interior Building Improvements
                 1         2        Doors: Doors in poor condition. Several have damaged hardware and body damage.
                                                Recommend replacing all of doors on campus. Too expensive to match existing wood panel doors. $850 EA.
                 2         2        Structural: Damaged structure outside of Kindergarten classroom.
                                                Install new wood beam and connection at this location.
                 3         4        Paint and wall finishes: Several areas, especially at kitchen and cafeteria areas have damage to drywall such as holes and
                                                Repair and repaint approx 50SF of drywall.
                 4         3        Ceilings: Several ceilings tiles damaged throughout building.
                                                Replace approx. 500 SF of 12 x 12 ceiling tile and 50 SF of drywall ceiling. Removal may require asbestos removal
                 5         3        Flooring: Carpet in poor condition. VCT areas in average to poor condition.
                                                Replace approximately 12,000 SF of carpet and 4,000 of VCT.
                 6         1        ADA restroom upgrades, Accessibility: Stainless steel partition in southwest boys room is tied shut. Assume fixture needs repair.
                                                Repair damaged plumbing fixture at entry stairs, remodel nurses office, install new railing, install lift at stair for

III                                                                                Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         1        Windows: Observed 1 cracked window pane.
                                              Replace damage glazing, 20 SF single paneglazing.
                 2         2        Doors: Doors are in poor condition. Older doors too expensive to match old, hardware no longer available.
                                              Replace doors and hardware per Item IIa.
                 3         3        Roofing and Flashing: Several areas of roof observed to have cracked and damaged roof tiles. Flashing is damaged in several
                                              Since the damaged tiles occur throughout, re-roofing entire building is recommended.

IV                                                                                 Equipment and Special Construction
                 1         3        Millwork: Several areas with deteriorated millwork. Much of the millwork needs hardware replacement.
                                                Replace all millwork in 3 classrooms, use hardware and parts from replaced millwork to upgrade the rest of damaged
                 2         3        Projection screens: Observed 3 manual prjection screens that did not pull down properly.
                                                Replace 3 manual projection screens.
                 3         3        Kitchen equipment: Kitchen does not meet district equipment standards.
                                                Upgrade kitchen equipment per District standards.

V                                                                                         Mechanical/Plumbing Systems
                 1         1        Ceiling tiles have water stains from roof leaks, piping leaks, or condensation.
                                                 Repair roof leaks, piping leaks, and/or piping insulation.
                 2         1        Thermostats exceed ADA height of 48" above finished floor.
                                                 Relocate thermostats to maximum height of 48" above finished floor and provide vented locking box cover.
                 3         2        Roof leaks at hallways and 2nd floor with visible rust in light fixtures and stains on walls.
                                                 Patch roof at leak locations.
                 4         1        Kitchen does not have Ansul system or Gas shut-off valve.
                                                 Provide Ansul & Gas shut-off valve interlock.
                 5         1        Drinking fountains are all the same height and do not meet ADA requirements.
                                                 Provide dual-height drinking fountains per building to meet ADA requirements.
                 6         1        Portable classroom air conditioning is not functional.
                                                 Repair/replace air conditioner with functional unit.
                 7         2        Janitor's sink has chemical mixing apparatus without reduced pressure backflow preventer.
                                                 Provide reduced pressure backflow preventers on water lines serving janitor's sink.
                 8         4        Existing units are connected to programmable thermostats not addressable through TUSD energy management system.
                                                 Provide direct digital controller for each AC-Unit and connect to TUSD energy management system.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Hughes Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 25, 2005
Architectural Firm:            EMC2 Group, Architects

                                                                 Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



                                                                                          Sitework Improvements
VI                                                                                           Electrical Systems
             1         2        Exterior Lighting needs maintenance, repair and upgrading.
                                             Maintain/replace and provide additional parking area and exterior building lighting. Conform with current IESNA design
             2         1        Interior lighting needs maintenance, repair, selective modernizations from T12 to T8 and group relamping of existing T8 systems
                                             Maintain, replace, relamp and provide appropriate lighting levels. Provide upgraded T8 lamps in existing troffers and
             3         1        Questionable intelligibilty of common area PA system spoken word announcements due to speaker spacings. Add approximately
                                             Upgrade/augment existing intercom system speakers in corridors and exteriors.
             4         1        Fire alarm system does not include adequate A/V devices per ADA requirements and currently enforced NFPA audibility
                                             Relocate existing devices/provide new devices at ADA prescribed heights, Provide additional A/V devices throughout
             5         1        Not all exit lights and emergency lights are operational, current emergency egress illumination values do not meet current
                                             Test all emergency lights and exit lights, replace and/or provide additional exit and emergency lights.
             6         2        Remote clocks are not working properly, some clocks are missing.
                                             Repair clock system.
             7         2        Recommend cleaning and PM actions for SES and at downstream panelboards.
                                             Perform SES/panel cleaning activities and PM program including thermal scans, feeder torquing, etc.
             8         4        Interior lighting and exterior lighting controls require upgrading for IECC 2003 compliance and to save energy for 26,000 sq. ft.
                                             Provide time of day and/or motion sensor controls per IECC for interior and exterior lighting.
             9         1        Various spaces and equipment yards require additional circuitry and/or GFCI personnel protection.
                                             Provide additional circuitry and GFCI devices/circuit breakers.
            10         2        Grounding at MDF is not up to standards
                                             Provide proper bonding of MDF/IDF equipment racks, protector blocks, etc.

VII                                                                                     General/Remodeling
             1         4        Platform: Wood floor and trim worn and damaged.
                                            Replace with new surround, flooring and trim.
             2         3        Cafeteria/ Kitchen: Desk area cramped in corner of kitchen, restricting room for office functions.
                                            Provide dedicated office space for kitchen use, remodel kitchen area.




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Jefferson Park Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                October 28, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Sayler-Brown Bolduc Lara Architects, LLC

                                                                     Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                    Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                          Sitework Improvements
                 1         1        Handicap parking and access not adequate.
                                                 Relocate handicap parking and construct new concrete ramp.
                 2         3        Cracked sidewalks.
                                                 Replace areas of severe concrete cracking.
                 3         3        Several trees are overgrown.
                                                 Prune/trim trees.
                 4         3        Courtyard sprinkler system defective.
                                                 Repair sprinkler system.
                 5         3        Chain link fencing gates do not fully open.
                                                 Remount/adjust gates.
                 6         3        Irrigation system not converted to reclaimed water.
                                                 Convert to City reclaimed water system.
                 7         3        Exterior Lighting needs maintenance, repair and upgrading.
                                                 Maintain, repair, relamp and provide additional parking area and exterior lighting. Conform with current design
                 8         2        Parking not adequate for minimum school standard.
                                                 Add 35 parking spaces
                 9         1        Play area has rubberized fall mats (2,000 S.F.).
                                                 Remove and install wood chip surface.
                10         1        Asphalt walkway to playground not ADA compliant.
                                                 Remove asphalt and install 160 S.F. concrete walkway.
                11         3        Four foot high chain link fence not adequate.
                                                 Remove and replace with five foot high chain link fence.

II                                                                                      Interior Building Improvements
                 1         3        GWB partitions require patching and paint.
                                                 Patch and paint.
                 2         3        Acoustical ceiling panels damaged (including portables).
                                                 Replace ceiling panels.
                 3         3        Vinyl floor tiles damaged and cracked (including portables).
                                                 Replace floor tiles.
                 4         3        Ceramic tile cracked and broken.
                                                 Replace ceramic tile.
                 5         3        Resilient base is loose or missing.
                                                 Replace resilient base.
                 6         3        Door hardware is missing or needs a adjusting (including portables).
                                                 Replace/repair hardware.
                 7         3        Terrazzo flooring is cracked and damaged.
                                                 Saw cut cracked section, remove and add tile accent.
                 8         3        Old radiant heat units are inactive.
                                                 Remove radiant heat units, cap utilities.
                 9         3        Light fixtures missing lens.
                                                 Replace light lens.
                10         3        Termite damage at interior window sills.
                                                 Replace wood sills.
                11         3        Toilet accessories rusted and damaged.
                                                 Replace toilet accessories.

III                                                                                Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Concrete at stage chipped severely.
                                                Epoxy patch concrete steps.
                 2         3        Exterior stucco needs replacement.
                                                Replace stucco and paint.
                 3         2        Exterior doors are termite damaged and old.
                                                Replace exterior doors and hardware.
                 4         2        Brick cracking.
                                                Repair and grout cracks.
                 5         3        Window panes are broken or plastic.
                                                Replace window panes.
                 6         3        Window putty cracking or is missing.
                                                Replace window putty.
                 7         1        Office portable does not have handicap accessible ramp.
                                                Install metal access ramp.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Jefferson Park Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                October 28, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Sayler-Brown Bolduc Lara Architects, LLC

                                                                  Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                 Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
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                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



             8         2        Module 1 skirting is damaged.                         Sitework Improvements
                                            Replace skirting.
             9         3        Module 1 doors and frames are fading.
                                            Paint doors and frames
            10         3        Module 1 plywood soffit damaged.
                                            Replace and paint soffit.
            11         3        Office portable trim damaged at west side.
                                            Replace 1 x 8 trim - 40 L.F.
            12         2        Module 1 handicap ramps are rusted and unsafe.
                                            Recoat ramp with non-slip paint.
            13         3        Portable fascias are faded.
                                            Repaint fascias.

IV                                                                            Equipment and Special Construction
             1         3        Millwork is termite damaged and aged (including portables).
                                            Replace millwork cabinets and shelving.
             2         3        Kitchen does not have a safe walk-in refrigerator, reach-in refrigerator and milk case refrigerator.
                                            Provide equipment listed.

V                                                                                        Mechanical Systems
             1         3        Kitchen is currently served by gas fired / evaporative cool make up air unit.
                                            Provide new warming hood, exhaust fan and air conditioning.
             2         4        Campus does not have an energy management system.
                                            Provide energy management system.
             3         4        Custodial closet has exhaust fan switched with light. Should run continuously.
                                            Rewire exhaust fan to run continuously.
             4         4        Boys 107. Four urinals have no flush capability.
                                            Replace with new flushable fixtures.
             5         3        Water closets ( 16) are old and should be replaced.
                                            Replace with new fixtures.
             6         2        One drinking fountain does not work.
                                            Replace with new fixture.
             7         3        Equipment 102. Lavatory and water closet are old and should be replaced.
                                            Replace with new fixtures.
             8         2        Module 1 & 31 do not have fresh air intakes or adequate operable window areas.
                                            Provide fresh air intakes on two (2) existing wall units.
             9         4        Kitchen has inadequate storage area.
                                            Provide air conditioning for new storage area.

VI                                                                                           Electrical Systems
             1         4        Interior lighting needs maintenance, repair, relamping, lighting level review and controls.
                                               Maintain, repair, relamp and provide appropriate lighting levels and motion sensor controls.
             2         1        Not all exit lights and emergency lights are operational. Exterior emergency lights have not been provided. Emergency lighting is
                                               Checkout and test all emergency lights and exit lights. Provide exterior emergency lighting in accordance with IBC
             3         1        Existing fire alarm system requires detailed review to determine conformance with current ADA, SFB and NFPA requirements.
                                             Modify and upgrade fire alarm system to conform with ADA heights and strobe placements, heat detectors per SFB
             4         1        Existing intercom system requires detailed review to determine school-wide audibility and intelligibility of broadcast instructions
                                             Modify and upgrade intercom system to provide interior and exterior areas' audibility and intelligibility.
             5         4        Existing electrical service equipment, panels and feeders are getting old and might be subject to failure in the near future.
                                             Perform preventive maintenance including thermal imaging, meggering, harmonic analysis and load measurements.
             6         3        Kitchen electrical for walk-in refrigerator, reach-in refrigerator and milk refrigerator.
                                             Add electrical for the above equipment.

VII                                                                                  General/Remodeling
             1         1        Various code violations due to using equipment areas for storage and not allowing immediate access to electrical equipment.
                                           Provide additional storage rooms.
             2         3        Production and service areas do not work.
                                           Redesign areas for improved efficiency.




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Johnson Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                 July 27, 2005
Architectural Firm:            The Architecture Company

                                                                     Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                    Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                              Sitework Improvements
                 1         4        Landscaping - Various landscaped areas are lacking sufficient decomposed granite for ground cover
                                                 Add additional decomposed granite where required
                 2         4        Landscaping - Entire outer playground area lacks any form of shade
                                                 Add new trees to provide shade especially near ball field and play equipment areas
                 3         3        Landscaping - Numerous brown spots and barren turf areas are found throught the playground & hillside areas
                                                 Reseed all barren spots & brown areas / Install soil stabilization, new top soil & seeding @ barren hillside area
                 4         3        Irrigation - Numerous turf & landscaped areas do not appear to be properly irrigated and is causing browning
                                                 Repair irrigation system and add new heads as needed to insure healthy turf and landscaping
                 5         4        Bus Bay - Cracks in the asphalt paving are evident in several spots along the bus bay
                                                 Seal cracks in pavement and patch where necessary
                 6         3        Driveways - Cracks in asphalt and poor pavement repairs at the Southeast entrance are evident in the driveways
                                                 Seal cracks in pavement and repave area at Southeast entrance to site
                 7         2        Driveways - Dirt drive utilized as a fire access lane along North & West sides of site is eroding in spots
                                                 Regrade dirt roadway to ensure a level surface for future access by fire or emergency vehicles
                 8         3        Sidewalks - Erosion has undercut & damaged sidewalks in several site locations
                                                 Repair damaged sidewalks and rectify erosion problems
                 9         1        ADA Accessible Routes - No ADA access is provided to the existing ball fields
                                                 Add new Sidewalks to provide ADA access to the existing ball fields
                10         1        ADA Accessible Routes - No ADA access is provided to the existing play courts
                                                 Add new Sidewalks to provide ADA access to the existing play courts
                11         1        ADA Accessible Routes - No ADA access is provided from the Amphitheater out to the play areas or ramadas
                                                 Add new Sidewalks to provide ADA access from the Amphitheater out to the play areas & ramadas
                12         3        Play Courts - Two basketball courts are heavily cracked and striping is faded.
                                                 Seal cracks in concrete and resurface & stripe existing basketball courts
                13         2        Ball Fields - Muddy or barren turf spots can be found at the backstops and the outfields of each ball field
                                                 Reseed barren spots and correct drainage at areas where ponding water is causing muddy conditions
                14         2        Ball Fields - Outfield areas do not appear to be properly irrigated resulting in vast areas of brown turf
                                                 Repair irrigation system and add new heads as needed to insure healthy turf
                15         4        Ball Fields - No seating is provided at either ball field
                                                 Provide one bench each for the home team & visitors at each ball field
                16         2        Drainage/Erosion - Majority of swales throughout the site are clogged with sand, dirt, gravel & debris
                                                 Clean debris from all swales and take measures to prevent reoccurence
                17         2        Drainage/Erosion - Numerous landscaped areas are experiencing major erosion from rainwater runoff
                                                 Add rip-rap to prevent continued erosion
                                    Drainage/Erosion - Severe erosion has occurred at Northeast gate entrance to the fire access drive potentially restricting site
                18         1
                                    access by emergency vehicles
                                                 Regrade & construct a concrete drive apron extending from Northeast gate out to Joseph Avenue
                19         2        Drainage/Erosion - Several downspouts drain onto adjacent sidewalks which in turn is causing erosion underneath the sidewalks
                                                 Add sidewalk scuppers at downspouts and pipe or direct water away from buildings or play areas
                                    Drainage/Erosion - Major erosion occurs around the amphitheater and along the North and East fence lines leading up to the
                20         2
                                    Northeast gate. Also all play equipment areas completely fill with water from runoff
                                                 Construct drainage swales to channel water around all play areas, away from amphitheater and to minimize erosion of
                                                 soil at the Northeast gate
                21         2        Drainage/Erosion - Erosion from the West side of the site is causing sand and silt to flow onto all playcourts and into ramada areas
                                                 Construct concrete drainage channels to divert water around the playcourts and ramadas
                22         2        Fences/Walls - Northeast gate is damaged and fence posts have eroded away at their base due to severe erosion
                                                 Repair chainlink fence and gate and repour footings for fence posts
                23         2        Ramadas - North ramada has no concrete slab allowing water to pond underneath and erode around columns
                                                 Add new concrete slab underneath ramada
                24         3        Ramada - Ramada near play courts is in need of painting
                                                 Paint ramada structure
                25         1        Play Area Surfacing - All three (3) play areas contain sand that has hardened and poses a safety hazard
                                                 Remove sand from all play areas and replace with approved bark material
                26         2        Paking Lot Lighting / Outdoor Lighting - There is insufficent lighting in the parking lot and outer playground areas
                                                 Install light poles in the parking lot and in the outer playground areas

II                                                                                      Interior Building Improvements
                 1         4        Doors - Two doors were found to have dents and broken vision panel
                                                Repair dents and broken vision panel in two exterior doors & repaint
                 2         4        Ceilings - Some ceiling tiles throughout the facility have stains due to leaks from HVAC condensate lines above
                                                Replace stained ceiling tiles with new once leaks have been repaired
                 3         2        Ceilings - Ceiling & suspended ceiling grid are severely saggin, warped and structurally unsound in MOD 9 & 32

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Johnson Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                 July 27, 2005
Architectural Firm:            The Architecture Company

                                                                  Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                 Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                 Problem Area Identified
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                     Assigned
            Number


                      Priority
             Item




                                             Suggested Corrective Action



                                             Replace entire ceiling grids & ceiling tiles Sitework Improvements
                                                                                          in both portable buildings
              4         3        Flooring - Floor tile is worn and requires replacement in several rooms throughout the facility due to heavy use
                                             Replace VCT tile
              5         3        Flooring - Carpeting is worn or torn and requires replacement in several rooms throughout the facility due to extreme use
                                             Replace carpet
              6         1        ADA Accessibility Routes - Light switches in MOD 9 & 32 are too high to meet ADA requirements
                                             Relocate existing light switches to the correct ADA height
              7         1        ADA Restroom Upgrades - All ADA Restrooms require new vertical grab bars to meet current ADA requirements
                                             Add new ADA vertical grab bars in handicap stalls of all ADA Restrooms
              8         1        ADA Restroom Upgrades - Toilet in Health Office does not meet ADA requirements
                                             Renovate existing toilet room to comply all ADA requirements

III                                                                                Exterior Building Improvements
              1         3        Weatherproof Paint - Paint is chipping & peeling on all portable buildings
                                            Repaint all portable buildings
              2         3        Walls - Several bricks are broken or missing on South facade of East wing and require repair or replacement
                                            Repair or replace broken/missing bricks
              3         3        Walls - Expansion joints in several locations are peeling and deteriorated
                                            Repair/replace expansion joints
              4         3        Doors - Exterior doors along the South& East sides of the facility have worn, torn or missing weatherstipping
                                            Replace weatherstripping & door sweeps on all exterior doors along the South & East sides the facility
              5         3        Roofing and Flashing - Several downspouts are damaged and are leaking at the seams causing water damage to adjacent wall
                                            Repair downspouts and clean stains from wall surfaces
              6         4        Roofing and Flashing - Metal fascia and flashing is dented or damaged in several places
                                            Repair metal fascias where necessary
              7         4        Roofing and Flashing - Metal roof is leaking along ridge seam above the Common/Entry Area and extending towards the
                                            Repair metal roof leak
              8         1        ADA Accessible Routes - An existing handrail at ADA ramp to portable building is damaged
                                            Replace damaged handrail at portable building

IV                                                                              Equipment and Special Construction
              1         1        Millwork - Majority of cabinets & countertops were found to be delaminating and causing a safety hazard to all users and require
                                              Replace damaged plastic laminate cabinets throughout all classrooms
                                 Millwork - Shelves in numerous closets are falling down due to inferior shelf supports causing a safety hazard to all users.
              2         2
                                 Supports appear to be inadequate for the type of material being stored on them.
                                              Replace damaged/inferior shelf supports as needed throughout all closets in the facility
                                 Food Service Equipment - TUSD Food Service Department has identified the following replacements, upgrades or additions to the
              3         3        existing kitchen equipment and food prep areas to include but not limited to a dish machine, hood over oven, walk-in freezer, walk-
                                 in refrigerator, combination oven-steamer and a beverage or milk case refrigerator.
                                              Recommend the following amount of funds be budgeted for future food service equipment requirements.

V                                                                                          Mechanical Systems
                                 Evaporative coolers in mechanical room, serving kitchen area, appear old and are showing signs of leaking. Additionally, the fully
              1         3        louvered doors to this room are partially blocked by dirt & debris blocking the air intake to the coolers in this room. (Recommend
                                 converting to air conditioning & use one evap cooler for makeup air)
                                              Recondition (1) evap cooler & retain ductwork for makeup air / install new rooftop a/c unit for basic space heating &
                                              cooling / clean louvers / modify kitchen hood to receive makeup air if needed / new roof opening & curb / demo &
                                              replace ceiling as needed
              2         2        Two small window-type A/C units serve the one portable classroom building are old and have no visible means of outside air
                                              Replace with one wall mounted heat pump with CO2 ventilation controls.
              3         3        Overhead data room A/C unit appears to be leaking condensate onto ceiling tiles
                                              Repair leak.
              4         4        Large return & transfer air grilles in cafeteria seating/MPR space show signs of damage.
                                              Replace 3 grilles with heavy duty type grilles.
              5         3        Condensate from most classroom fan coil units drain onto adjacent sidewalks creating a nuisance and stained sidewalks
                                              Reroute condensate piping (assume 6 places).
              6         3        Kiln room does not have an exhaust hood.
                                              Provide hood, rooftop exhaust fan and method for make-up air.
                                 All units are served by stand-alone thermostats. Some are programmable, some are not. There is no central control system to
              7         4
                                 monitor equipment alarms or to centralize programming of equipment operation.
                                              Demo existing A/C controls and provide complete DDC EMCS (assume 26 units). Tie into TUSD central front-end.
              8         3        Ground mounted heat pumps show signs of damage to unprotected condenser coils.
                                              Comb condenser fins and provide hail guards for 2 units.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Johnson Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                 July 27, 2005
Architectural Firm:            The Architecture Company

                                                                  Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                 Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



             9         4                                                                Sitework Improvements
                                Exterior refrigerant pipe insulation is using paint as UV barrier and insulation is not completely covering all piping.
                                            Replace old insulation and provide new continuous insulation with aluminum jacketing.

VI                                                                                         Electrical Systems
             1         1        Fire alarm system does not meet ADA requirements.
                                            Replace fire alarm system with a ADA compliant system.
             2         2        Outdoor condensor disconnects do not have code clearance.
                                            Relocate outdoor condensor disconnects to provide sufficient clearance.
             3         3        School contains inefficient T12 fluorescent lighting fixtures.
                                            Replace fluorescent T12 fixtures with fluorescent T8 fixtures.
             4         2        Sprinkler piping is located directly over the service switchboard.
                                            Provide shield under sprinkler piping located above switchboard to protect switchboard.
             5         3        Per mech. Report the kitchen evaporative coolers will be replaced with new A/C unit & evap make-up air unit.
                                            Disconnect power and provide power to new A/C unit and evap make-up air unit.
             6         2        Per mech. report the A/C units for the existing portable will be replaced.
                                            Provide power for new A/C unit.
             7         4        Per mech. Report the kiln room will be provided with a hood, fan and make-up air.
                                            Provide power to hood, fan and make-up air motors.

VII                                                                                      General Remodeling
             1         1        Special Needs Restrooms - Several lavatories do not have ADA trap insulation kits installed
                                           Provide ADA compliant trap insulation kits for approximaetly 8 lavatories
             2         4        Special Needs Restrooms - Ceramic floor tiles are cracked, stained, broken or missing in some restrooms
                                           Replace damaged ceramic floor tiles
             3         4        Multi-Purpose Room - Numerous floor tiles throughout the multi-purpose room are stained or discolored
                                           Replace VCT tiles where needed
             4         4        Multi-Purpose Room - Carpeting on stairs leading to the multi-purpose room is stained or needs replacement
                                           Replace carpet where needed
             5         3        Multi-Purpose Room - Lining on the back of the stage curtain is ripped & torn
                                           Replace damaged stage curtain with new stage curtain that meets current Fire Code requirements
             6         4        Science Classrooms - Floor tile is worn and requires replacement in some classrooms due to heavy use
                                           Replace VCT tile
             7         4        Support Facilities/Storage - A few areas have walls or floors with cracks that need to be repaired
                                           Seal cracks and repaint
             8         4        Support Facilities/Storage - Floor tile is worn and requires replacement in a few support rooms throughout the facility.
                                           Replace VCT tile
             9         1        Support Facilities/Storage - Two lab sinks have faucets that do not meet ADA requirements
                                           Replace faucets with ADA level handle type faucets
            10         3        Kitchen / Food Prep - TUSD Food Service Department identified this area as having inadequate space.
                                           Recommend the following amount of funds be budgeted for future expansion of kitchen & food prep areas.




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Kellond Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                August 3, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Arquitectura, Ltd

                                                                     Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                    Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                          Sitework Improvements
                 1         4        Courtyard had an irrigation & planting plan created & the first phase installation of irrigation
                                    was implemented. The remainder of the plan appears to be put on hold. Work done inadequate.
                                                Complete installation of courtyard planting plan.
                 2         1        Parking lot & planting area - Southwest of loading dock - water leak @ planting area. Leak has been
                                    continuous, forming severe puddles & surfaces that have developed green algae - hazardous item.
                                                Fix underground leak & remove algae.
                 3         3        Kindergarten play areas contain sand.
                                                Install new wood chip surface @ kindergarten play areas.
                 4         3        Water puddles approximately 3" in concrete kindergarten play area.
                                                Correct drainage problem in play area. Remove and re-install concrete slab for proper drainage.
                                                8,192 s.f x $4/s.f =

II                                                                                    Interior Building Improvements
                 1         1        Courtyard handicap ramp - handrail is coming off the wall.
                                                Replace handrail with new anchor locations.
                 2         3        Corridor glazed block tile has been broken in several areas.
                                                Repair broken ceramic glazed block tile with ceramic tile patches.
                 3         4        Poor acoustics in new MPR.
                                                Install acoustical panels in new MPR.

III                                                                                     Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         1        Existing roof is leaking in classrooms, offices, multi-purpose room & corridors. Roof was patched
                                    around new mechanical units for 2000 SFB. Original roof installed in 1991.
                                                Install new roof over entire building. 52,223 s.f. x $9.00/ s.f. =
                 2         1        Rainwater penetration thru windows in Classrooms 27, 28, 29, 30 & 31. TUSD attempted to
                                    correct but leakage continues.
                                                Properly seal around window edges & install gaskets @ operable portions of windows.
                 3         3        Exterior building brick has a large amount of efflorescence. Exterior building walls have not
                                    been sealed since the school was built.
                                                Seal / paint exterior building brick surfaces.

IV                                                                               Equipment and Special Construction
                 1         3        Food Services assessment requirements.
                                              Walk-in -freezer ( $ 10,500), combination oven-steamer ($ 20,000), reach-in refrigerator ($3,000),
                                               safe ( $350), hoods over oven ($10,000), walk-in refrigerator ($ 8,000), (2) hot service tables ($ 5,000)
                                              beverage/milk-case refrigerator ($3,000), garbage disposal with cone ($350).           Total = $ 60,200.
                                              Additions/remodeling: Receiving area ($12,000), re-design of production area ($12,000). Total = $ 24,000.

V                                                                                            Mechanical Systems
                 1         4        The New activity room should be connected into the district wide EMCS system to save energy.
                                                 Provide EMCS connection.
                 2         3        The kitchen makeup air unit is obsolete and should be replaced.
                                                 Provide the kitchen with air conditioning. Modify kitchen hood and make-up air system as required.
                 3         3        The multi-purpose room is evaporative cooled and has ceiling fan coil units for heating.
                                                 Provide new air conditioning system.
                 4         3        The tele-communication room shall be provided with a dedicated air conditioning unit.
                                                 Provide dedicated AC unit.
                 5         3        Library AC unit is obsolete and needs to be replaced.
                                                 Provide new unit and connect to district wide EMCS system.
                 6         3        The abandoned evaporative coolers for the school wings should be removed so that school may use the rooms as storage areas.
                                                 Remove units.
                 7         3         All of the restroom exhaust fans are obsolete and should be replaced.
                                                 Provide new fans.
                 8         3        The Two heating water boilers in the boiler room do not meet the Arizona state boiler code. They do not have the necessary
                                    clearances all the way around the boiler.
                                                 Make modifications as required to meet code.
                 9         4        School needs combination oven.
                                                 Make plumbing modifications for combination oven.
                10         4        Kitchen needs temperature security system.
                                                 Provide temperature security system per TUSD standards.
                11         4        Production area design.
                                                 Modify plumbing as required.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Kellond Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                August 3, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Arquitectura, Ltd

                                                                Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                               Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                           Suggested Corrective Action



                                                                                         Sitework Improvements
VI                                                                                           Electrical Systems
             1         1        Kindergarten Classrooms 20 & 21 are not connected to the alarm system.
                                             Connect the above classrooms to existing alarm system
             2         1        Classroom 32 - lighting is poor in this room. Problem with light fixtures.
                                             Upgrade lighting fixtures in this room.
             3         1        Exit and emergency lighting is in poor condition and outdated. Only some operate properly.
                                             Replace existing with new
             4         1        Exterior lighting is in poor condition and a mix of light fixture types.
                                             Replace existing with new and add new light fixtures
             5         2        Main intercom control panel is in poor condition and outdated.
                                             Replace existing with new main panel
             6         1        Cafeteria lighting does not provide adequate light levels
                                             Replace lighting and add for proper light levels.
             7         1        Library and two classrooms lighting have parabolic lense with exposed lamps which are not safe if lamps break.
                                             Replace existing with new lensed light fixtures
             8         1        Multi-Purpose Room Stage - Sound system is antiquated & does not work properly.
                                             Install new sound system with microphones & speakers.
             9         2        Kitchen equipment assessment needs affect power, teledata, and security
                                             Add power, teledata, and security at kitchen

VII                                                                                   General Remodeling




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Lawrence Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                 July 29, 2005
Architectural Firm:            The Architecture Company

                                                                      Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                     Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                             Sitework Improvements
                 1         4        Landscaping - Vast areas of the site are lacking sufficient decomposed granite for ground cover & weed control
                                                  Add additional decomposed granite where required
                 2         4        Landscaping - An insufficient amount of shade is provided for such a large site
                                                  Add new trees to provide shade especially near ball fields, play equipment areas and along northern edge
                 3         3        Irrigation - Irrigation system will need to be extend to areas where new landscaping or trees are to be installed
                                                  Extend irrigation system to areas where new landscaping or trees are installed
                 4         2        Bus Bay - Striping in drop off zone is fading and needs restriping
                                                  Restripe entire bus bay/drop-off area
                 5         3        Parking Lot - Striping in parking lot is fading and needs restriping
                                                  Restripe entire parking lot
                 6         1        ADA Accessible Routes - No ADA access is provided to the existing ball fields, playcourts, play areas or ramadas
                                                  Add new Sidewalks to provide ADA access to the existing ball fields, playcourts, play areas or ramadas
                 7         3        Play Courts - Existing volleyball standards are damaged or missing
                                                  Replace volleyball standards
                 8         3        Play Courts - All basketball courts are heavily cracked and striping is faded.
                                                  Seal cracks in concrete and resurface & stripe existing basketball courts
                 9         2        Ball Fields - Muddy or barren turf spots can be found at the backstops and the outfields of each ball field
                                                  Reseed barren spots and correct drainage at areas where ponding water is causing muddy conditions
                10         4        Ball Fields - No seating is provided at either ball field
                                                  Provide one bench each for the home team & visitors at each ball field
                11         2        Drainage/Erosion - Large drainage swale along the East & North sides of the site are clogged with debris and heavy undergrowth
                                                  Clean debris from all swales and take measures to prevent reoccurence
                                    Drainage/Erosion - Numerous site areas are experiencing major erosion from rainwater runoff along the East & North sides of the
                12         2
                                    site and along the West side of the facility and parking lot
                                                  Add rip-rap and construct drainage swales where required to prevent continued erosion
                                    Drainage/Erosion - Severe erosion has occurred where the large drainage swale turns to the West and then again where it turns
                13         2
                                    to the North. A limited amount of shot-crete has been used to try and prevent erosion.
                                                  Aplly shot-crete in the bends of the swale to prevent extensive erosion from heavy runoff
                                    Drainage/Erosion - Erosion along the West side of the site is causing sand, silt and water to flow onto all playcourts, sidewalks
                14         2
                                    and ramadas
                                                  Add concrete headers to divert rainwater around and away from play courts, play areas and the ramada
                15         3        Fences/Walls - Chainlink fencing fabric has been damaged due to erosion and several top rails are damaged
                                                  Repair chainlink fence fabric and reset top rails where required
                16         3        Ramadas - There is a lack of shade at the ball fields
                                                  Construct a new ramada

II                                                                                      Interior Building Improvements
                 1         4        Paint & Wall Coverings - A few classrooms have walls that require touch-up painting
                                                Repaint walls as required
                 2         3        Ceilings - Some ceiling tiles throughout the facility have stains due to leaks from HVAC condensate lines above
                                                Replace stained ceiling tiles with new once leaks have been repaired
                 3         1        ADA Restroom Upgrades - All ADA Restrooms require new vertical grab bars to meet current ADA requirements
                                                Add new ADA vertical grab bars in handicap stalls of all ADA Restrooms
                 4         4        Blinds - A few horizontal blinds were found damaged
                                                Replace or repair damaged blinds

III                                                                                   Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Walls - Masonry control joints on the South façade of the facility near the Front Entry require recaulking
                                                Recaulk masonry control joints
                 2         3        Windows and Glass - Several clerestory windows were found to have broken panes of glass
                                                Replace broken glass
                 3         3        Doors - All exterior doors have worn, torn or missing weatherstipping allowing rainwater to seep inside the facility
                                                Replace weatherstripping & door sweeps on all exterior doors throughout the facility
                                    Roofing and Flashing - Existing roof is old and roofing material is peeling and delaminating throughout the entire roof. Significant
                 4         3
                                    ponding is occuring at every roof drain contributing to roof leaks. Flashing is damaged in spots
                                                Replace entire roof with new built-up roof system
                 5         3        Roofing and Flashing - Metal coping at top of masonry walls is damaged in several locations throughout the facility
                                                Repair metal coping where required

IV                                                                              Equipment and Special Construction
                 1         4        White Boards/Cork Boards/Bulletin Boards - One (1) white board was found damaged and should be replaced
                                              Replace damaged white board

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Lawrence Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                 July 29, 2005
Architectural Firm:            The Architecture Company

                                                                 Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



                                Food Service Equipment - TUSD Food Service Department has identified the following replacements, upgrades or additions to the
             2         3        existing kitchen equipment and food prep areas to include but not limited to a dish machine, hood over oven, walk-in freezer, walk-
                                in refrigerator, combination oven-steamer and a beverage or milk case refrigerator.
                                             Recommend the following amount of funds be budgeted for future food service equipment requirements.

V                                                                                        Mechanical Systems
             1         3        Two small window-type A/C units serve the one portable classroom building are old and have no visible means of outside air
                                             Replace with one wall mounted heat pump with CO2 ventilation controls.
             2         3        Most rooftop A/C units appear to be leaking condensate onto ceiling tiles.
                                             Repair leaks for 36 A/C units.
             3         3        Overhead data room A/C unit appears to be leaking condensate onto ceiling tiles.
                                             Repair leak.
                                All units are served by stand-alone non-programmable thermostats. There is no central control system to monitor equipment
             4         4
                                alarms or to centralize programming of equipment operation.
                                             Demo (e) AC unit controls and provide complete DDC Energy Monitoring Control System.
             5         3        One exterior drinking fountain has been removed.
                                             Replace with a vandal resistant drinking fountain.
             6         4        ADA lavatories have non-metering faucets. Recommend that faucets be replaced with ADA metering faucets.
                                             Replace 26 faucets.
             7         3        All condenser coils on rooftop A/C equipment show signs of damage.
                                             Comb condenser fins and provide hail guards for 36 units.
             8         3        Range hood installation in lounge is not code compliant type for a public building.
                                             Demo & replace with Type I hood with code compliant fan, ductwork, and fire-resistant chase or wrap.
                                Evaporative coolers in mechanical room, serving kitchen area, appear old and are showing signs of leaking. Additionally, the fully
             9         3        louvered doors to this room are partially blocked by dirt & debris blocking the air intake to the coolers in this room. (Recommend
                                converting to air conditioning & use one evap cooler for makeup air)
                                             Recondition (1) evap cooler & retain ductwork for makeup air / install new rooftop a/c unit for basic space heating &
                                             cooling / clean louvers / modify kitchen hood to receive makeup air if needed / new roof opening & curb / demo &
                                             replace ceiling as needed

VI                                                                                      Electrical Systems
             1         1        Corridors do not contain smoke detectors.
                                           Provide smoke detectors in all corridors.
             2         2        Per mech. report the A/C units for the portable classroom will be replaced with one unit.
                                           Provide power to new A/C unit.
             3         3        Per mech. Report the kitchen evaporative coolers will be replaced with new A/C unit & evap make-up air unit.
                                           Disconnect power and provide power to new A/C unit and evap make-up air unit.

VII                                                                                      General Remodeling
             1         4        Support Facilities/Storage - One door lockset was found damaged
                                          Repair door lockset
             2         4        Support Facilities/Storage - A few support rooms require touch-up painting
                                          Repaint rooms where required
             3         4        Support Facilities/Storage - Several support rooms have ceiling tiles that are stained due to leaks in HVAC condensate lines above
                                          Replace stained ceiling tiles with new once leaks have been repaired
             4         4        Support Facilities/Storage - Floor tile is worn and requires replacement in some spport rooms throughout the facility due to heavy
                                          Replace VCT tile
             8         4        Support Facilities/Storage - One (1) white board was found damaged and should be replaced
                                          Replace damaged white board




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Lineweaver Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 22, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Swaim Associates

                                                                     Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                    Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


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                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                           Sitework Improvements
                 1         3        Asphalt parking has cracks and binder is deteriorating. Some broken curb.
                                                Crack fill and seal coat all asphalt parking areas. Replace curb.
                 2         3        Broken / cracked sidewalks on pedestrian routes.
                                                Replace broken concrete sidewalk sections on pedestrian routes.
                 3         4        Play court striping faded, some bent and broken basketball backboards / rims.
                                                Clean and recoat / re-stripe play courts and replace broken basketball backboards and rims.
                 4         4        Sand play areas have compacted sand and areas low.
                                                Replace sand with wood chips.
                 5         3        Miscellaneous bent gates require adjustment - fence is 4'-0" high.
                                                Repair gates and install a 5'-0" high chainlink fence.
                 6         4        (1) Ramada - wood construction requires painting.
                                                Paint ramada.
                 7         3        4 Portable classrooms, miscellaneous siding repairs due to birds. All require painting. Damaged window blinds.
                                                Repaint portables - make repairs to trim, install bird irrigation solution and new window blinds.
                 8         4        Large dry areas throughout play fields, uneven areas, d.g. areas thin and overgrown.
                                                Selective head adjustments, fertilize turf and supplement d.g. areas.
                 9         2        Courtyard drains are silted up and require cleaning. Safety concern at retention basin.
                                                Clean out drains and flush pipes. Install barrier at retention basin.
                10         3        No sidewalk along Columbus.
                                                Add 6' sidewalk along Columbus.
                11         4        Chainlink on backstops deteriorating, posts leaning.
                                                Replace 2 backstops.
                12         3        According to the list issued a median is requested on Bryant Ave.
                                                Work with TUSD and C.O.T. to review options for a median. The street looks too narrow.

II                                                                                         Interior Building Improvements
                 1         4        Carpet is soiled and stained throughout.
                                                 Replace carpet.
                 2         4        VCT in select areas is broken and gaps have developed at edges.
                                                 Selective replacement of flooring.
                 3         4        Interior painting - overall in good condition - door frames and trim are nicked.
                                                 Repaint interior trim and selected walls.
                 4         4        Ceiling tiles overall in good condition. Some are stained.
                                                 Replace selected ceiling tiles.
                 5         3        Locks require adjustment. Doors rub frames. Classroom locks cannot be key activated.
                                                 Make hardware and door adjustments throughout. Replace classroom locks.
                 6         3        Toilet partitions damaged, misc. broken tiles, missing soap dispensers.
                                                 Repair partitions and make other repairs.
                 7         4        Classroom cabinet doors have chipped doors and require adjustment. Most cabinets are serviceable.
                                                 Replace damaged doors and make adjustments.
                 8         4        Countertops are coming apart at backsplashes.
                                                 Replace / repair countertops.
                 9         2        Flooring in kitchen has split seams and split a cove base.
                                                 Install a quarry tile or epoxy floor in kitchen.
                10         1        There are holes in corridor wall adjacent SFB install ductwork.
                                                 Repair holes.
                11         2        Classroom toilet doors do not have vents.
                                                 Install vents in door per Safety Officer Report.

III                                                                                     Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Exterior is brick masonry. There are several holes, broken brick and cracks that require repair.
                                                Repair brick to prevent water penetration.
                 2         4        There are several areas that have plastic glazing.
                                                Remove plastic - install glass.
                 3         4        Building trim, fascias, windows are in fair condition.
                                                Repaint selected exterior doors and trim at weathered locations.
                 4         3        Exterior doors have missing seals and weatherstripping.
                                                Replace exterior weatherstripping on doors.
                 5         3        Roof appears to be in good condition, there are signs of small leaks, some flashings require caulking. (White Coating)
                                                Recaulk counterflashings.
                 6         3        Concrete cap joints on Library are deteriorated.
                                                Clean and caulk joints in concrete cap.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Lineweaver Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 22, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Swaim Associates

                                                                  Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                 Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
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Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
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                                            Suggested Corrective Action



             7         4        Select downspouts damaged.                              Sitework Improvements
                                           Replace select downspouts.
             8         3        Concrete stemwall deteriorated at old cooler locations.
                                           Repair concrete stemwalls.
             9         4        Exposed fire sprinkler lines very oily and dirty at west side of school.
                                           Clean lines and repaint.
            10         1        Thresholds too high along accessible route.
                                           Install tapered thresholds - trim doors.

IV                                                                           Equipment and Special Construction
             1         4        Miscellaneous food service equipment deficiencies.
                                          Provide and install food service equipment per TUSD Food Service List.

V                                                                                         Mechanical Systems
             1         1        Handicap plumbing fixtures do not meet ADA requirements.
                                            Install new plumbing fixtures that meet ADA requirements.
             2         3        Numerous faucets on classroom sinks are leaking and in poor condition.
                                            Install new faucets on classroom sinks.
             3         3        Urinals & flush valves in boys toilet are old & do not meet current standards.
                                            Replace urinals & flush valves.
             4         3        Electric water cooler in Multi-purpose Room is old and has outlived its useful life.
                                            Install new electric water cooler in Multi-purpose Room.
             5         3        Wide temperature swings on some HVAC units - sensor locations.
                                            Review situation and relocate sensors into room / install T-stats.

VI                                                                                          Electrical Systems
             1         1        Fire alarm system field devices not per ADA and NFPA-72. Also, Pyrotronics FACP is obsolete
                                             Replace fire alarm system
             2         1        Lighting on west side of Activity Bldg has been vandalized.
                                             Delete vandalized step light fixtures and provide new high wall mounted exterior lights.
             3         1        Room 177: Dead front panel is missing from electric panel on west wall for AC units.
                                             Repair panel.
             4         1        Room 168: Receptacle outlet near sink is not GFCI protected.
                                             Change wiring device to be GFCI type.
             5         1        Kitchen electric receptacles are not GFCI type as required by NEC 210.8
                                             Replace wiring devices with GFCI devices, 8 locations
             6         1        There are insufficient electric outlets for computer usage without daisy chaining power strips.
                                             Provide additional electrical outlets adjacent to data jacks. 38 locations.
             7         2        Off-site parking lot on north side of Brown Way is unlighted.
                                             Add 2 pole lights. New separate electric service is required. (Could do TEP dusk-to-dawn lights to reduce up-front
             8         2        Room 7: Power pole is damaged.
                                             Repair or replace power pole.
             9         2        New service entrance switchboard is subject to damage from vehicles using loading area.
                                             Provide pipe bollard protection around switchboard.
            10         3        Room 133: Has incandescent lighting system which is high maintenance, inefficient.
                                             Replace with fluorescent lighting system.
            11         4        Room 133: Old evaporative cooling system switches are abandoned in place.
                                             Remove abandoned equipment.
            12         4        Interior light fixtures in main building are old technology T12 lamps.
                                             Relamp and re-ballast existing light fixtures with T8 lamps and electronic ballasts.
            13         4        No occupancy sensing lighting control system exists.
                                             Provide occupancy sensing light switching system.
            14         4        No security system in kitchen
                                             Add security and temperature control system in kitchen. Add data cabling.
            15         3        Intercom system not working well.
                                             Replace intercom.

VII                                                                                    General/Remodeling
             1         4        Remodel office area to make better utilization of space.
                                            Remodel to create a classroom and improve function.
             2         4        Old boiler still in place.
                                            Remove old Boiler Room and pumps.
             3         1        There are ADA deficiencies as identified in the CDG Report.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Lineweaver Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 22, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Swaim Associates

                                                                Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                               Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
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                    Assigned
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                                           Suggested Corrective Action



                                             Correct deficiencies.                      Sitework Improvements
             4         4        Kitchen is evaporative cooled.
                                             Install air conditioning and replace hood.
             5         4        Insufficient kitchen space. Layout is poor.
                                             Add additional kitchen space and redesign work flow.




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Lynn/Urquides Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 22, 2005
Architectural Firm:            John R. Kulseth Associates, Ltd.

                                                                       Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                      Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                           Sitework Improvements
                 1         4        Median areas of west parking lots pond water
                                                 Add catch basin system for drainage
                 2         4        Mature trees are dying.
                                                 Determine cause and correct. Remove dead trees and replant.
                 3         4        Turfed areas uneven and in poor condition
                                                 Regrade as required. Renovate irrigation and replant turf.
                 4         3        Ramada roof is worn.
                                                 Re-roof Ramada with rolled roofing.
                 5         2        Exterior courts are worn.
                                                 Restripe exterior courts.
                 6         1        Perimeter chainlink has exposed twisted ends
                                                 Revise fabric for safety selvage.
                 7         4        Parking lots need striping, and repainted curbing
                                                 Stripe and paint curbing
                 8         4        Courtyard of original buildings dilapidated.
                                                 Design and install an invigorated, functional landscape scheme. As part of this work, install new catch basins to
                                                 remove ponded water situations.
                 9         1        Access to portable classrooms uneven and non-ADA compliant.
                                                 Install concrete walkways to portables.
                10         4        Irrigation uses potable water.
                                                 Conduct study to determine if conversion to reclaimed water is feasible..

II                                                                                      Interior Building Improvements
                 1         2        Classroom millwork in original building at the end of its useful life
                                                Replace millwork in 23 classrooms.
                 2         3        Classroom carpet worn out.
                                                Replace carpet in 23 classrooms.
                 3         3        Clerestory blinds in original classrooms worn out.
                                                Replace blinds in 23 classrooms.
                 4         3        Classrooms tackboards worn. Inventory need for marker boards needed.
                                                Re-cover tackboards. Install marker boards where needed.
                 5         3        Louver door @ interior court damaged.
                                                Install new door.
                 6         3        Ceiling in multipurpose damaged.
                                                Replace ceiling.
                 7         3        Restrooms require re-furbishing.
                                                Replace ceramic tile (wall and floor), refurbish toilet partitions, and accessories.

III                                                                                  Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         4        The school lacks a clearly defined entry sequence to the office suites.
                                                Design and implement a sequence employing signage, landscaping and site walls and lighting to clarify this path.
                 2         1        Breezeway in north wing poses a life safety issue as currently locked.
                                                Replace gates with doors and panic hardware.
                 3         3        Soffit along courtyard north wall damaged.
                                                Replace Soffit.

IV                                                                                  Equipment and Special Construction

V                                                                                           Mechanical Systems
                 1         4        The NW Classroom Building is not fire sprinklered
                                               Provide wet pipe FP system
                 2         4        The AC units are running during unoccupied period
                                               Reset or program start times
                 3         2        The main office area heating system works poorly causing personnel to use space heaters
                                               Increase heating capacity of existing unit
                 4         2        The AC units on South classroom building works poorly
                                               Remove insulation at ceiling line, rebalance, and re-calibrate room sensors
                 5         1        There is no insulation on HC lavatory tailpiece or hot water supply.
                                               Provide insulation package on HC fixtures
                 6         1        The cooling tower water treatment non-operable. Has been disconnected. Tower shows signs of calcium buildup.
                                               Install new water treatment system and clean tower.
                 7         1        The water treatment has been disconnected. Chiller condenser may be fouled.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Lynn/Urquides Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 22, 2005
Architectural Firm:            John R. Kulseth Associates, Ltd.

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                                                                Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
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                    Assigned
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                     Priority
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                                            Suggested Corrective Action



                                             Open chiller and clean condenser and Sitework Improvements
                                HVAC system is a 4-pipe water cooled chilled shell.heating water system with P & F economizer. Control system is CSI with an
                                operator’s work station in equipment room. Recommend re-commissioning HVAC system for better performance and energy
             8         4        savings.
                                             Re-commission HVAC system.
             9         4        Insulation on boiler piping is damaged.
                                             Repair insulation
            10         4        Boiler flue vent on roof is damaged.
                                             Replace flue vent on roof
            11         4        Tower support is corroded.
                                             Sandblast tower support and paint
            12         1        Chilled water fan coil units are aging and should be serviced
                                             Clean coils as required, scour or replace condensate drain pans, and flush condensate drain lines.
            13         1        Classroom ventilation air requirements have changed since original design
                                             Rebalance classroom fan coil units; both air and water
            14         2        Kitchen, is evap. cooled, dry storage area not conditioned
                                             Air Condition kitchen including dry storage area

VI                                                                                          Electrical Systems
             1         2        Exterior Lighting needs maintenance, repair and upgrading.
                                             Maintain/replace and provide additional parking area and exterior building lighting. Conform with current IESNA design
                                             standards, IBC exterior emergency egress lighting requirements and local outdoor lighting code. Address pigeon
                                             perching considerations.
             2         1        Interior lighting needs maintenance, repair, selective modernizations from T12 to T8 and group relamping of existing T8 systems
                                to provide proper lighting levels and save energy for 79,000 sq. ft.
                                             Maintain, replace, relamp and provide appropriate lighting levels. Provide upgraded T8 lamps in existing troffers and
                                             replace T12 fixtures with T8 fixtures.
             3         1        Intercom system head end is aged and questionable intelligibility of common area PA system spoken word announcements due to
                                speaker spacings. Add approximately 30 units.
                                             Replace system head-end, upgrade/augment intercom system speakers in corridors and exteriors.
             4         1        Fire alarm system does not include adequate A/V devices per ADA requirements and currently enforced NFPA audibility
                                requirements. Many existing devices are installed at non-ADA approved mounting heights.
                                             Relocate existing devices/provide new devices at ADA prescribed heights, Provide additional A/V devices throughout
                                             classrooms, offices, etc. and add initiation devices in selected spaces.
             5         1        Not all exit lights and emergency lights are operational, current emergency egress illumination values do not meet current
                                UBC/IBC requirements. Add/replace approximately 40 units.
                                             Test all emergency lights and exit lights, replace and/or provide additional exit and emergency lights.
             6         3        Irrigation control conduits at central plant have rusted out and exposed conductors are evident.
                                             Repair conduit systems to protect cabling.
             7         2        Service entrance switchboard has obvious debris and dust accumulations, recommend cleaning and PM actions for SES and at
                                downstream panelboards.
                                             Perform SES/panel cleaning activities and PM program including thermal scans, feeder torquing, etc.
             8         4        Interior lighting and exterior lighting controls require upgrading for IECC 2003 compliance and to save energy for 79,000 sq. ft.
                                             Provide time of day and/or motion sensor controls per IECC for interior and exterior lighting.
             9         1        Various spaces require additional circuitry and/or GFCI personnel protection.
                                             Provide additional circuitry and GFCI devices/circuit breakers.
            10         2        Kitchen needs an intrusion detection (security) system that is controlled from within the kitchen space. Food service would like to
                                know who disarms system each time.
                                             Provide security system independent from building security system. Remotely monitor at TUSD security. Provide
                                             feature to identify the individual disarming system.
            11         2        Walk in freezer and walk in refrigerator (see below) will require remotely monitored temperature sensor and alarm.
                                             Provide temperature sensor alarm for two walk in boxes monitored at food service and TUSD security
            12         2        Point of sale cash registers require data cabling to kitchen computer and electrical power in floor
                                             Cut in floor boxes at cash registers and wireway to kitchen computer

VII                                                                                     General/Remodeling
             1         2        Staff parking to be relocated for added drop-off capability.
                                            Provide 10 additional spaces.
             2         3        Existing staff parking needs augmented security.
                                            Provide additional fencing approx. 260'
             3         2        12 portable classrooms should be replaced with permanent construction
                                            Provide 12 new classrooms
             4         2        New classrooms need permanent restroom and custodial facilities


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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Lynn/Urquides Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 22, 2005
Architectural Firm:            John R. Kulseth Associates, Ltd.

                                                               Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                              Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
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                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                           Suggested Corrective Action



                                                                                           Sitework Improvements
                                           Provide restroom and custodial facilities to support 12 classrooms
             5         2        Augment security lighting for staff parking.
                                           Provide 3 additional poles and lights
             6         1        Existing parent drop-off is insufficient for the traffic load
                                           Reconfigure parent drop-off
             7         4        School lacks wall safe
                                           Install 1 cubic foot capacity wall safe in kitchen area
             8         2        School lacks combi oven-steamer
                                           Provide combi oven-steamer complete with floor sink and plumbing supply
             9         2        School requires dishwashing machine
                                           Provide dish machine complete with floor sink and plumbing supply
            10         2        School requires hot service table
                                           Provide one hot service table




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Lyons Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                October 28, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Sayler-Brown Bolduc Lara Architects, LLC

                                                                      Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                     Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                            Sitework Improvements
                 1         3        Sidewalks cracked.
                                                Repair cracked areas.
                 2         3        Basketball court has cracking.
                                                Repair cracks and reseal.
                 3         3        Exterior Lighting needs maintenance, repair and upgrading.
                                                Maintain, repair, relamp and provide additional parking area and exterior lighting. Conform with current design
                                                standards and outdoor lighting code.
                 4         3        Four- foot high chain link fence not adequate.
                                                Remove and replace with five foot high chain link fence.
                 5         1        Modular 103 skirting missing at NE corner and supports are being undermined by students
                                                Replace skirting and re-stabilize portable supports
                 6         1        Modular 103 NW classroom has no handicap access.
                                                Replace existing platform with new ramp access.
                 7         3        Modular 103 1x12 trim is in poor shape.
                                                Replace 1x12 trim.
                 8         3        Modular 103 fascias and window trim are faded.
                                                Paint fascias and window trim
                 9         3        Modular 102 siding has several holes.
                                                Repair holes.
                10         3        Existing driveway speed bumps are not effective.
                                                Replace speed bumps with properly designed speed bumps.
                11         3        Intermediate play equipment inadequate.
                                                Install new intermediate play structure.
                12         3        Four-tetherball courts are damaged and unusable.
                                                Install four new tetherball courts.
                13         2        There is no separate play area for project able.
                                                Install five-foot high chain link fence and 10'x20' shade canopy for project able.
                14         3        There are no shade structures over play equipment.
                                                Add three shade structures.

II                                                                                    Interior Building Improvements
                 1         3        GWB partitions require patching and paint.
                                                 Patch and paint damaged wall areas.
                 2         3        Acoustical ceiling panels damaged.
                                                 Replace ceiling panels.
                 3         3        Vinyl floor tiles damaged and cracked,
                                                 Replace damaged floor tiles.
                 4         3        Ceramic tile cracked and broken.
                                                 Replace damaged tile in toilet rooms and classroom wainscot.
                 5         3        Resilient base loose or missing.
                                                 Replace resilient base.
                 6         3        Carpet is worn and unraveling.
                                                 Replace carpet with vinyl tile.
                 7         3        Door hardware is faulty or loose.
                                                 Repair or replace hardware.
                 8         2        Partitions between classrooms are not sun proof.
                                                 Remove one side GWB and install sound batts.
                 9         2        Music room has no water/sink or casework.
                                                 Add casework with sink.

III                                                                                   Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Fascias, gutters and exterior door frames are fading.
                                                Repaint fascias, gutters and exterior door frames.
                 2         2        Roof is leaking in several areas along parapet walls at north wing.
                                                Repair roofing leaks and flashing at parapets.

IV                                                                                Equipment and Special Construction
                 1         3        Millwork is water damaged and door hardware needs to be replaced..
                                                Refinish millwork and replace where necessary.
                                    Kitchen does not have a safe walk-in freezer or refrigerator, milk refrigerator, reach-in refrigerator and disposal. Interior grease
                 2         3        trap not used.
                                                Provide equipment listed.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Lyons Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                October 28, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Sayler-Brown Bolduc Lara Architects, LLC

                                                                  Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                 Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



                                                                                          Sitework Improvements
V                                                                                           Mechanical Systems
             1         3        The existing air handlers in the 2 classroom wings are original and need to be replaced.
                                             Provide new air handlers.
             2         4        Half of campus is served by packaged rooftop units, half by 2-pipe air handlers.
                                             Convert remainder of campus to rooftop units.
             3         3        Kitchen is currently served by an evaporative cooler.
                                             Provide new warming hood, exhaust fan & air conditioning.
             4         3        Chiller and gas fire appliance occupy same room.
                                             Provide gas shut off valve, monitor and ventilation.
             5         3        Evaporative cooler serving mechanical room is rusted.
                                             Replace existing cooler with new.
             6         1        The existing grease interceptor is located in the kitchen, creating odors.
                                             Provide new grease interceptor outside the building.
             7         3        Two modular classrooms do not have fresh air capability or operable windows
                                             Install two fresh air intakes on the existing AC units.
             8         4        There is no adult toilet room in the east classroom wing.
                                             Provide fixtures and piping to area for new toilet room.
             9         4        There is no toilet room in kindergarten rm 20.
                                             Provide fixtures and piping to area for new toilet room.
            10         4        Irrigation in courtyards is inadequate.
                                             Provide six new hose bibbs & install on existing courtyard irrigation system.
            11         4        New play area at SW corner of building requires a hosebibb.
                                             Provide one new hosebibb at new play area.
            12         4        lack of exterior drinking fountains.
                                             Provide two new exterior drinking fountains.
            13         4        Kitchen has inadequate storage area.
                                             Provide air conditioning for new storage area.

VI                                                                                           Electrical Systems
             1         4        Interior lighting needs maintenance, repair, relamping, lighting level review and controls.
                                               Maintain, repair, relamp and provide appropriate lighting levels and motion sensor controls.
                                Not all exit lights and emergency lights are operational. Exterior emergency lights have not been provided. Emergency lighting is
             2         1        generally inadequate.
                                               Checkout and test all emergency lights and exit lights. Provide exterior emergency lighting in accordance with IBC
                                             requirements. Provide additional emergency lighting.
             3         1        Existing fire alarm system requires detailed review to determine conformance with current ADA, SFB and NFPA requirements.
                                             Modify and upgrade fire alarm system to conform with ADA heights and strobe placements, heat detectors per SFB
                                             and audibility per NFPA.
                                Existing intercom system requires detailed review to determine school-wide audibility and intelligibility of broadcast instructions
             4         1        especially during emergency conditions.
                                             Modify and upgrade intercom system to provide interior and exterior areas' audibility and intelligibility.
             5         4        Existing electrical service equipment, panels and feeders are getting old and might be subject to failure in the near future.
                                             Perform preventive maintenance including thermal imaging, meggering, harmonic analysis and load measurements.
             6         3        Kitchen electrical for walk-in freezer, refrigerator, milk refrigerator, reach-in refrigerator & disposal.
                                             Add electrical for the above equipment.

VII                                                                                  General/Remodeling
             1         1        Various code violations due to using equipment areas for storage and not allowing immediate access to electrical equipment.
                                           Provide additional storage rooms.
             2         3        Kitchen production and service areas do not work.
                                           Redesign kitchen for improved efficiency.
             3         3        Kitchen does not have adequate storage.
                                           Add new storage area.
             4         3        Two classroom wings lack toilet facilities.
                                           Add one new unisex toilet wing to each wing.




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                   Maldonado Elemetary School
Date Surveyed:           July 27, 2005
Architectural Firm:       The Orcutt/Winslow Partnership

                                                                    Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                   Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                        Problem Area Identified
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                   Number


                             Priority
                    Item




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I                                                                                           Sitework Improvements
                        1      4        Landscape: Existing plant materials sparse. No ground cover for dust control. No definition of turf/planting areas.
                                                Add additional plant material. Modify and/or add irrigation for new plants. Provide concrete mowing curb to
                                                separate grass & non-grass areas. Prune existing vegetation. Remove dead vegetation. Clean up landscape
                        2      2                areas.
                                        Sprinkler System conversion to Reclaimed Water: No
                                                Convert to reclaimed water if feasible and available.
                        3      2        Parking Lots: Several cracks require filling. Aggregate being exposed.
                                                Fill cracks, apply seal coat, and restripe.
                        4      2        Bus Bay: Several cracks require filling. Aggregate being exposed.
                                                Fill cracks, apply seal coat, and restripe.
                        5      2        Driveways: Several cracks require filling. Aggregate being exposed.
                                                Fill cracks, apply seal coat, and restripe.
                        6      2        Courts/Play Courts/Equipment: Minor cracks at play courts.
                                                Fill cracks to prevent further deterioration and resurface, restripe.
                        7      4        Ball Fields: Ball Fields in poor condition. (Erosion and uneven areas).
                                                Re-grade and provide new turf modify irrigation as necessary.
                        8      2        Drainage/Erosion: Some erosion at isolated areas of campus.
                                                Re-grade and install rip-rap or drainage ways at eroded areas.
                        9      1        Fencing/Walls: Existing fence is 4‟ high.
                                                Replace perimeter fence with 5‟ high chain link fence.

II                                                                                  Interior Building Improvements
                        1      4        Paint and Wall Coverings: Paint is worn, minor cracks, missing & broken ceramic tiles.
                                               Patch, caulk as required, and paint. Repair/replace ceramic tile wainscoats.

III                                                                              Exterior Building Improvements
                        1      2        Roofing and Flashing: Minor “fishmouths” at shingled areas recently installed. BUR requires repair work around drains
                                        and scuppers.
                                              Settle fishmouths on shingles.
                                              Make repairs at drains and scuppers.

IV                                                                              Equipment & Special Construction
                        1      4        Food Service Equipment: Various kitchen equipment & systems need replacement per TUSD Food Service
                                              Replace dishwasher, entry security system, temperature security system, walk-in freezer, walk-in refrigerator,
                                              combination oven-steamer, beverage or milk case refrigerator, reach in refrigerator and safe.

V                                                                                            Mechanical Systems
                        1      2        HVAC Systems: The entire HVAC system is less than five years old. The new system is a four pipe, DX and hot water,
                                        utilizing air cooled condensing units and a gas fire boiler. The air systems are generally Multi-zone serving the
                                        classroom wings and common areas, with a several single zone unit packaged rooftop un it serving the Library. The
                                        only component of the system left over from the old system appears to be the evaporative cooler serving the Multi-
                                                 The following areas require further attention: 1) The Multi-purpose room was very hot and humid. The existing
                                                 evaporative cooler serving this room does not meet current SFB requirements for facilities below 5,000 ft
                                                 elevation. Recommend replacing the evaporative cooler system with DX air conditioning, either package
                                                 rooftops, or split system.

VI                                                                                          Electrical Systems
               1               2        Electrical Service Sections and Panels: The SES and branch circuit panelboards appear to be adequate. However,
                                        more branch circuit panelboards will have to be added if more receptacles are added to the classrooms per item “2”.
                                                Add new branch circuit panelboards to facilitate the addition of new receptacles/circuits in each classroom.
                        2      2        Wiring: Classrooms in new schools are each designed for (3) 20A, 120V circuits to receptacles distributed around the
                                        classroom, which does not appear to be the case. Disconnect switch and combination starter in boiler room do not
                                        have code required clearances.
                                                Provide (1) new circuit with 2-3 new receptacles per circuit, in each classroom. Relocate the disconnect switch
                                                and combination starter so that code required clearances are provided for the same.
                        3      1        Lighting: Some lamps in fixtures were not working. Emergency lighting is not provided in all classrooms, boys, girls,
                                        men and women restrooms, exterior end of corridors 42 and 87, nurse‟s room, lounge, workroom and kitchen. Light
                                        fixture doors are missing for fixtures in classroom 23, corridor 9, boy‟s restroom 72 and office 95.
                                               Replace all lights with T-8 fixtures. Provide new emergency light fixtures in all classrooms, boys, girls, men and
                                               women restrooms, exterior end of corridors 42 and 87, nurse‟s room, lounge, workroom and kitchen. Provide
                                               doors for fixtures in classroom 23, corridor 9, boys restroom 72 and office 95.



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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                   Maldonado Elemetary School
Date Surveyed:           July 27, 2005
Architectural Firm:       The Orcutt/Winslow Partnership

                                                           Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                          Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
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                    Assigned
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                                       Suggested Corrective Action



                4      1                                                         Sitework Improvements
                                Fire Alarm Systems: FACP appears to be adequate. However, more hardware/new panel may be required for
                                complete audio/visual coverage. There is no fire alarm audio/visual coverage in the computer classroom and admin
                                areas. Need additional fire alarm audio/visual coverage in the library, kitchen and corridor 88. Need smoke detector
                                coverage in the entire school except the library and computer classroom. The audio/visual device in classroom 3 is half
                                above and half below the dropped ceiling.
                                       System should be tested to verify that it is working properly. Verify that it is a class “A” system. Provide
                                       complete fire alarm audio/visual coverage for all habitable spaces, (except private offices), as required by the
                                       NFPA. Provide complete smoke detector coverage as required by the NFPA. Provide new hardware in the
                                       existing FACP or a new FACP as required. Relocate the audio/visual device in classroom 3 below the dropped
                                       ceiling. Note: Per the State Fire Marshall only (2) manual pull stations are required in a school – one at the
                5      2        Other: There is no Cable TV System or PA system in Multi-purpose.
                                       Provide and install Cable TV System and PA system in Multi-purpose.

X                                                                              General/Remodeling
                1      4        Play Area Surfacing/Play Equipment: Play areas have compacted solid.
                                       Replace sand with manufactured wood fibers.




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Manzo Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                August 11, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Arquitectura, Ltd

                                                                      Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                     Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                             Sitework Improvements
                 1         2        South Parking lot is not fenced - school has had several cars vandalized & stolen from the parking lot. The
                                    most recent incident was several months ago when the custodian's car was stolen from the lot.
                                                 Install a fence that encompasses the entire south parking lot. - approx. 520 l.f.
                 2         2        School has been vandalized numerous times. Burglars enter the site from the southwest end of the parking
                                    lot or from the 4'-0" high gate @ the basketball courts. Burglars can then climb up on the low roofs @ the west
                                    end of the school & proceed on the roof to the courtyard, jump down & ransack the school via the courtyard.
                                    TUSD has installed metal screens on the lower roof, but the burglars climb these screens.
                                                 Replace low gate @ basketball courts with minimum 6-8 ft. high gate.
                                                 Install fence from new MPR Building to existing MPR Building @ southwest corner - approx. 110 l.f.
                                                 Install fence from new MPR Building to Kinder classroom No. 7 @ northwest corner - approx. 200 l.f.
                 3         1        Central courtyard - Northeast & Southeast corners flood when it rains. The rain comes from an opening @ the
                                    overhangs at these two areas. Flood waters enter the Health Office & Library in these areas.
                                                 Install a sheet metal water diverter over the triangular opening between the two canopy roofs.
                                                 Replace damaged flooring in the Health Office & Library - 800 s.f. x $ 2.5/ s.f. =
                 4         1        Open space east of New Multi-Purpose Building floods during heavy rains. This area accumulates approx.
                                    3-4 inches of rainwater. Because of hard soil, the water takes a long time to percolate. Area becomes a
                                    breeding ground for mosquitoes & hazard for students circulating in this area.
                                                 Install two large site drains & pipe the rainwater either south to parking lot or north to playfields.
                                                 Import decomposed granite, around the catch basins from the portables to the MPR.
                 5         1        East entry to school does not have a handicap ramp. The rest of the entries are H.C. accessible.
                                                 Install new handicap ramp @ the east main school entry.
                 6         2        East side of school is exposed to street. Vandals park @ the street, walk up to the front entry, or up to the
                                    building windows, & break doors, windows etc.
                                                 Install fence from south parking lot to north playground fence. Fence would close-off east side
                                                 from vandals. Approx. 400 l.f.
                 7         1        The brick has deteriorated, cracked & water is entering through the walls. It also shows a large amount
                                    of efflorescence.
                                                 Sand blast brick, pointe up the joints in the brick & seal the brick. 9,600 s.f. x 3.60 / s.f. =

II                                                                                     Interior Building Improvements
                 1         4        Abandoned Mechanical Room - Old mechanical system piping was not removed. Double doors to room
                                    have a large gap @ the bottom where rainwater enters room. School would like to use room for storage.
                                               Install new weather stripping/ rainwater diverter & remove old mechanical piping.
                 2         3        Carpeting in the following rooms is old & worn. Carpets are frayed, stained, blistering & have very strong
                                    mildew smell. It also appears that a large amount of cracking has taken place under carpeted areas.
                                    Classrooms 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 & 11.
                                               Replace damaged carpeting with VCT flooring @ above rooms: 9,960 s.f. x $ 2.50 / s.f. =
                 3         3        Computer Lab Rm. 12 - floor tile is lifting - edges have curled - tripping hazard.
                                               Replace floor tile in this room. 1,015 s.f. x 2.50 =
                 4         3        VCT flooring in cafeteria/MPR is blistering in a few areas.
                                               Replace floor tile in this room; required areas. 2,258 s.f. x 2.50 =
                 5         4        Old Multi-Purpose Room acoustics are very bad. Parents complain that they cannot hear performances.
                                               Install acoustical panels on the walls.
                 6         1         Two new meeting rooms inside MPR - existing hardware damaged from vandalism & usage.
                                               Install new panic hardware on these doors to minimize student usage damage.
                 7         3        Old Multi-Purpose Room Stage - wood floor is worn - finish is down to wood surface.
                                               Refinish wood floor on stage. 900 s.f. x $10.00 / s.f. =

III                                                                                   Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         2        Existing windows @ all of the campus buildings have deteriorated & are in constant need of repair. Large
                                    gaps have developed @ the sill & jambs. The Air Conditioning leaks thru these gaps. Rainwater also
                                    enters thru the gaps. The school staff, during the summer break, voluntarily caulked the windows in the
                                    administration office. These windows still leak because they require new gaskets @ the operable section
                                    of the windows. The operable portions of some of the windows are beginning to weld shut thru years of
                                    paint. Fire marshal has warned that these windows must remain operable since they act as secondary
                                    exits in case of fire. Operable mechanisms are damaged on most of the windows. Some windows are
                                    steel with steel frames', some windows are steel on wood frames.
                                    The school experiences a large amount of window breakage. At all sides of the school, the windows are open
                                    & facing the streets or open to areas where vandals throw rocks, etc. & break windows.
                                                Based on the scale of this repair, we suggest the following options:
                                                Remove all existing windows & install new hollow metal windows with new metal screens. Windows
                                                  & window screens must be operable for fire safety. Approx. 120 windows.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Manzo Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                August 11, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Arquitectura, Ltd

                                                                     Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                    Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
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                        Assigned
               Number


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I                                                                                          Sitework Improvements
                                                Continue to fenced school has & install new gaskets @ the operable portions of the lot. The
                                    South Parking lot is not re-caulk-the windowshad several cars vandalized & stolen from the parkingwindows.
                                                   Estimate: $ 10,800.00
                                                Install new metal screens @ all exterior windows. Screens shall be operable for fire safety.
                                                   Estimate: $ 30,000.00
                                                Remove all existing windows & install new hollow metal windows with new metal screens.
                                                   Estimate: $ 61,000.00
                 2         2        Roof tiles damaged in many areas. Probably during constant break-ins that take place at the school.
                                    More tiles get damaged when repairs are carried out on previously broken tiles.
                                                This item appears to be a constant maintenance issue. Suggestion is to install mortar "chinking" @
                                                the front edge of the tiles to weigh them down to reduce future maintenance. 200 s.f. x $ 16/ s.f.
                 3         4        Sidewalk near Basket ball court is not fenced.
                                                Fence required on the side towards MPR to protect pedestrians during ball games.
                 4         1        The school has experienced a large amount of vandalism. When vandals broke into the classrooms, they
                                    broke the a) glass on the door lites, b) hardware door handles, c) hardware deadbolt locks & d) in some
                                    cases they hung on the hollow metal doors till they warped the hinges & now the door drags on the ground.
                                                Based on the scale of this repair, we suggest the following options:
                                                Replace the hardware on the most damaged doors. Approx. (40) doors x $ 1,000 / dr.
                                                Replace damaged doors. Approx. (6) doors x $ 500 / dr.
                                                Classrooms 9, 18 & 19 - termites have eaten wood door frames-replace doors & frames. (3) x $ 2000/ ea.

IV                                                                               Equipment and Special Construction
                 1         3        Food Services assessment requirements.
                                              Walk-in -freezer ( $ 10,500), combination oven-steamer ($ 20,000), reach-in refrigerator ($3,000),
                                               safe ( $350), hoods over oven ($10,000), walk-in refrigerator ($ 8,000), (2) hot service tables ($ 5,000)
                                              beverage/milk-case refrigerator ($3,000), garbage disposal with cone ($1,100), dish machine ($ 8,000)
                                              pre-spray assembly for garbage disposal ($ 250).                                              Total = 69,200.
                                              Additions/remodeling: Additional Space ($12,000).                                             Total = $ 12,000.

V                                                                                            Mechanical Systems
                 1         3        The administration building’s air conditioning unit is obsolete and should be replaced.
                                               Provide new air conditioning.
                 2         3        The kitchen is evaporative cooled and is adjacent to an air conditioned MPR, leading to energy loss.
                                               Provide kitchen with air conditioning. Modify the kitchen hood and make-up system as required.
                 3         3        Provide a dedicated DX air conditioning unit for the tele-communications room.
                                               Provide dedicated air conditioning.
                 4         4        The school needs temperature security system.
                                               Provide temperature security per TUSD standards.

VI                                                                                              Electrical Systems
                 1         1        Exterior lighting is very limited. No exterior lighting @ portables, parking lot & all sides of school.
                                                 Install new exterior lighting outside portables.
                                                 Install new exterior lighting @ south parking lot.
                                                 Install new exterior lighting @ north, south, east & west sides of school.
                 2         2        Old Multi-Purpose Room - P.A. System shorts-out constantly - students cannot hear announcements, etc.
                                                 P.A. System should be under SFB project warranty - TUSD to contact contractor for correction.
                 3         1        Exterior outlets - East of Multi-Purpose Room 200 - do not work. TUSD has not been able to correct problem.
                                                 Correct problem with electrical outlets.
                 4         1        Multi-Purpose Stage - does not have a sound system.
                                                 Install new sound system in MPR Stage.
                 5         1        Kiln Room - electrical switch & outlet needs cover - potential hazard.
                                                 Install cover on switch & outlet.
                 6         1        Exit and emergency lighting is in poor condition and outdated. Only some operate properly.
                                                 Replace existing with new.
                 7         2        Classrooms have insufficient receptacles.
                                                 Add receptacles and circuits.
                 8         1        Library and two classrooms lighting have parabolic lense with exposed lamps which are not safe if lamps break.
                                                 Replace existing with new lensed light fixtures.
                 9         2        Main intercom control panel is in poor condition and outdated.
                                                 Replace existing with new main panel.
                10         1        Portable classrooms only have strip fluorescent lamps with bare lamps.
                                                 Replace lighting with lensed fluorescent fixtures.
                11         2        Kitchen equipment assessment needs affect power, teledata, and securtiy.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Manzo Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                August 11, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Arquitectura, Ltd

                                                                     Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                    Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                          Sitework Improvements
                                              Add power, fenced - school has had several
                                    South Parking lot is notteledata, and security at kitchen. cars vandalized & stolen from the parking lot. The

VII                                                                                       General / Remodeling
                 1         4        School previously had (4) portable classrooms. (2) portables were removed when SFB installed (2) small
                                    Classroom spaces in the New Multi-Purpose Building. School has (2) remaining portable classrooms.
                                    Remaining (2) portables are in poor condition & in need of serious repairs. The (2) new classroom spaces
                                    in the MPR are approx. 450 s.f. each - smaller than TUSD standard 900 s.f. classroom size.
                                              Replace (2) portables with (2) permanent classrooms. 1,000 s.f. x (2) classrooms x $100 / s.f. =
                                              Replace (2) MPR small classrooms w/ (2) standard size classrooms. 1,000s.f. x (2) classrms x $100 s.f. =




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Marshall Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                October 28, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Sayler-Brown Bolduc Lara Architects, LLC

                                                                      Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                     Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                         Sitework Improvements
                 1         1        Handicap parking ramp inadequate.
                                                 Replace ramp with ADA ramp.
                 2         1        Site accessibility incomplete from parking.
                                                 Establish and stripe new access path and curb.
                 3         3        Soccer goal top post not secured to frame.
                                                 Repair goal frame.
                 4         3        Pine tree has dead branches.
                                                 Remove dead branches and prune tree.
                 5         1        South entry has large volume of water entering hallway.
                                                 Add gutter to south and east wings and add trench drain.
                 6         3        Cracked sidewalk.
                                                 Replace area of cracking.
                 7         3        Exterior lighting needs maintenance, repair and upgrading.
                                                 Maintain, repair, re-lamp and provide additional parking area and exterior lighting. Conform with current design
                                                 standards and outdoor lighting code.
                 8         3        Ramada fascias and posts are faded.
                                                 Paint fascias and posts.
                 9         3        Basketball courts have concrete cracks
                                                 Repair concrete cracks.
                10         2        Northwest play area has sand in bay.
                                                 Remove sand and replace with wood chips.

II                                                                                    Interior Building Improvements
                 1         3        GWB Partitions require patching and paint.
                                                 Patch and paint damaged wall areas.
                 2         3        Acoustical ceiling panels damaged.
                                                 Replace ceiling panels.
                 3         3        Vinyl floor tiles damaged and cracked.
                                                 Replace damaged floor tile.
                 4         3        Carpet damaged and worn beyond life span.
                                                 Replace damaged carpet with vinyl tile.
                 5         3        Ceramic tile cracked and broken.
                                                 Replaced damaged tile.
                 6         3        Resilient base coming loose or missing.
                                                 Replace resilient base.
                 7         1        Door frame at doors 66 and 84 do not appear to be A-rated frames.
                                                 Replace frame with an UL-rated frame.
                 8         1        Computer room exit window is blocked by security screen.
                                                 Replace screen with emergency open screen and secure hardware

III                                                                                Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Fascia, gutters and downspouts fading.
                                               Repaint fascias, gutters and downspouts.
                 2         2        Exposed Glu-Lams de-laminating.
                                               Apply adhesive and repaint beams.
                 3         3        Window panes are broken or plastic.
                                               Replace window panes

IV                                                                                  Equipment and Special Construction
                 1         3        Fire extinguisher cabinets missing glass covers.
                                                Replace glass covers.
                 2         3        Millwork water damaged or severely splintered.
                                                Replace sink fronts and finish.
                 3         2        Floor receptacles at library lack safety covers.
                                                Replace covers at receptacles.
                                    Kitchen does not have a safe dish machine, walk-in freezer or refrigerator, oven/steamer, milk refrigerator, reach-in refrigerator,
                 4         3        hot service tables and garbage disposal.
                                                Provide equipment listed.

V                                                                                           Mechanical Systems
                 1         3        Kitchen is currently served by gas fire / evaporative cool make-up air unit.
                                                Provide new warming hood, exhaust fan and air conditioning.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Marshall Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                October 28, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Sayler-Brown Bolduc Lara Architects, LLC

                                                                  Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                 Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
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                                            Suggested Corrective Action



             2         4        Custodial 174 does not have ventilation.              Sitework Improvements
                                           Provide exhaust fan.
             3         4        One electric water cooler, old floor mount type.
                                           Replace with new accessable type.
             4         3        One mop sink faucet hard to operate.
                                           Replace with new faucet.
             5         4        Three of the four main coridors have no ventilation.
                                           Provide packaged rooftop unit for ventilation.
             6         4        Campus does not have an EMCS.
                                           Provide new EMCS.
             7         3        Air handlers and gas fired appliances occupy same room.
                                           Partition off to form 2 rooms.
             8         4        Kitchen has inadequate storage area.
                                           Provide AC for new storage area.
             9         4        Kitchen as no dish machine or hood.
                                           Provide hood for new dish machine.
            10         4        Garbage disposal in kitchen does not function properly.
                                           Provide new garbage disposal.
            11         3        Some sinks are in poor condition and should be replaced.
                                           Provide 5 new sinks with faucets and trim.

VI                                                                                        Electrical Systems
             1         4        Interior lighting needs maintenance, repair, re-lamping, lighting level review and controls. Classrooms have strip fluorescent
                                             Maintain, repair, re-lamp and provide appropriate lighting levels and motion sensor controls. Provide upgraded
                                             classroom lighting and controls.
             2         1        Not all exit lights and emergency lights are operational.
                                             Checkout and test all emergency lights and exit lights.
                                Existing intercom system requires detailed review to determine school-wide audibility and intelligibility of broadcast instructions
             3         1        especially during emergency conditions.
                                             Modify and upgrade intercom system to provide interior and exterior areas' audibility and intelligibility.
             4         4        Existing electrical service equipment, panels and feeders are getting old and might be subject to failure in the near future.
                                             Perform preventive maintenance including thermal imaging, meggering, harmonic analysis and load measurements.
             5         1        Existing fire alarm system requires detailed review to determine conformance with current ADA, SFB and NFPA requirements.
                                             Modify and upgrade fire alarm system to conform with ADA heights and strobe placements, heat detectors per SFB
                                             and audibility per NFPA.
                                Electrical for kitchen for dish machine, walk-in freezer or refrigerator, oven/steamer, milk refrigerator, reach-in refrigerator, hot
             6         3        service tables and garbage disposal.
                                             Add electrical for above equipment.

VII                                                                                      General/Remodeling
             1         2        Library needs to be enlarged as minimum school standard
                                            Enlarge library addition.
             2         3        Kitchen does not have enough space for basic functions.
                                            Provide new space addition at kitchen.
             3         1        Various code violations due to using equipment areas for storage and not allowing immediate access to electrical equipment.
                                            Provide additional storage rooms.
             4         4        Existing telecom main board is located in janitor's storage room.
                                            Provide adequate room for telecom equipment.




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Menlo Park Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                 July 20, 2005
Architectural Firm:            The Architecture Company

                                                                     Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                    Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                            Sitework Improvements
                                    Landscaping - All parking lots and the area surrounding the new PE Space are barren and lack any landscaping that is typically
                 1         4
                                    required by zoning requirements
                                                 Add new trees, shrubs and decomposed granite to unlandscaped parking lots & around new PE Space
                 2         4        Irrigation - Newly landscaped parking lots area around the new PE Space will require irrigation
                                                 Extend existing irrigation system to newly landscaped parking lots and area around new PE Space.
                 3         3        Irrigation - Numerous turf & landscaped areas do not appear to be properly irrigated and is causing browning
                                                 Repair irrigation system and add new heads as needed to insure healthy turf and landscaping
                 4         2        Exterior Lighting - Two exterior wall mounted light fixtures were found damaged or broken
                                                 Replace damaged exterior light fixtures
                 5         3        Bus Bay - Asphalt pavement is worn and severely cracking throughout the bus bay
                                                 Seal cracks and repave entire bus bay area
                 6         2        Bus Bay - Striping in drop off zone is fading and needs restriping
                                                 Restripe entire bus bay/drop-off area
                 7         3        Parking Lot - Asphalt pavement is worn and severely cracking throughout all parking lots
                                                 Seal cracks and repave all parking lots
                 8         3        Parking Lot - Striping in all parking lots is fading and needs restriping
                                                 Restripe all parking lot
                 9         3        Parking Lot - Vertical curbing is damaged in several spots in the parking lots
                                                 Replace vertical curbs
                10         3        Driveways - Asphalt pavement is worn and severe cracking is evident in the driveways
                                                 Seal cracks in pavement and repave all driveways
                11         2        Sidewalks - Several sidewalks have been damaged by tree roots underneath and create a tripping hazard
                                                 Repair damaged sidewalks and rectify tree root problems
                12         2        Play Courts - One basketball court is missing basketball goals & standards and is therefore unuseable
                                                 Provide two new basketball goals & standards
                13         3        Ball Fields - Muddy or brown turf spots can be found at the backstops and in the outfields of each ball field
                                                 Reseed brown turf spots and correct drainage at areas where ponding water is causing muddy conditions
                14         3        Fences/Walls - gate at West drive & parking area is damaged. Trash enclosure contains no gates.
                                                 Repair gate at West drive and install gate on trash enclosure
                15         4        Ramada - Ramada structure is in need of painting
                                                 Paint ramada structure
                16         1        Play Area Surfacing - All play areas contain sand that has hardened and poses a safety hazard
                                                 Remove sand from all play areas and replace with approved bark material

II                                                                                      Interior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Door - Several classroom doors are scuffed, scratched and faded paint
                                                Repair & repaint classroom doors as needed
                 2         3        Structure - Large cracks in CMU bearing walls at several locations
                                                Repair cracks by sealing cracks with caulk
                 3         3        Structure - Soffit is sagging from where soffit structure has pulled away from exterior walls and caused paint to crack
                                                Repair sagging soffit by resecuring to bearing walls. Patch & repaint soffit to match adjacent surfaces
                 4         4        Paint & Wall Coverings - Several classrooms have walls that require touch-up or complete repainting
                                                Repaint walls in classrooms as needed
                 5         3        Ceilings - Majority of classrooms throughout the facility have ceiling tiles that are stained, warped or discolored
                                                Replace stained, warped or discolored ceiling tiles
                 6         3        Ceilings - Ceiling tiles and suspended grid is severely warped and tiles are stained, missing or falling down
                                                Replace entire suspended ceiling grid and tiles
                 7         3        Flooring - Floor tile is worn and requires replacement in all classrooms throughout the facility due to heavy use
                                                Replace VCT tile
                 8         3        Flooring - Carpeting is worn or torn and requires replacement in majority of classrooms throughout the facility due to extreme use
                                                Replace carpet
                 9         4        Flooring - Rubber wall base is severely scuffed or separating from walls in a few rooms throughout the facility
                                                Replace rubber base
                10         1        ADA Restroom Upgrades - All ADA Restrooms require new vertical grab bars to meet current ADA requirements
                                                Add new ADA vertical grab bars in handicap stalls of all ADA Restrooms

III                                                                                  Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Weatherproof Paint - Paint is chipping & peeling on all portable building exteriors
                                              Repaint all portable buildings
                 2         4        Weatherproof Paint - Exterior brick surfaces are in fair condition. Recommend resealing of brick in the future
                                              Reseal brick in the future
                 3         3        Weatherproof Paint - Paint on all metal canopies is severely faded and/or peeling

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Menlo Park Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                 July 20, 2005
Architectural Firm:            The Architecture Company

                                                                 Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



                                            Repaint all metal canopies throughout the facility
             4         3        Weatherproof Paint - Paint on all metal fascias is faded and/or peeling
                                            Repaint all metal fascias throughout the facility
             5         3        Weatherproof Paint - Paint on all downspouts is stained and/or peeling
                                            Repaint all downspouts throughout the facility
             6         3        Weatherproof Paint - Paint on all handrails is severely faded and/or peeling
                                            Repaint all handrails throughout the facility
             7         3        Stucco Repair - Several holes and damaged areas on the stuccoed surfaces need repair
                                            Patch, repair & repaint stucco surfaces that are damaged
             8         3        Walls - Masonry control joints in various locations throughout the facility require recaulking
                                            Recaulk masonry control joints
             9         4        Walls - Several bricks are broken or missing and require repair or replacement
                                            Repair or replace broken/missing bricks
            10         3        Doors - One exterior door at the portable buildings is damaged
                                            Replace damaged door
            11         3        Doors - All Exterior doors are scuffed, scratched and severely faded and need repainting
                                            Repaint all exterior doors
            12         3        Doors - All exterior doors throughout the facility have worn, torn or missing weatherstipping
                                            Replace weatherstripping & door sweeps on all exterior doors throughout he facility
            13         3        Roofing and Flashing - Several downspouts are damaged and leaking at the seams
                                            Repair existing downspout
            14         2        Roofing and Flashing - Downspout on West façade of main building is severely damaged
                                            Replace downspout and clean stains from adjacent masonry wall surface
            15         3        Roofing and Flashing - Metal coping or flashing at top of parapet walls is damaged in several places
                                            Repair metal coping or flashing where necessary
            16         3        Roofing and Flashing - Existing roofing over several wings and the main administrative area is in poor shape.
                                            Repair leaks and replace existing roof with new built-up roof system.
            17         1        ADA Accessible Routes - Three exterior doors do not have ADA compliant thresholds
                                            Replace existing thresholds with ADA compliant thresholds

IV                                                                             Equipment and Special Construction
             1         2        White Boards/Cork Boards/Bulletin Boards - One (1) white board is damaged and should be replaced
                                             Replace damaged white board
             2         2        Millwork - Wood cabinetry in several classrooms throughout the facility is damaged and/or badly deteriorated and in need of repair
                                             Repair and refinish millwork
                                Food Service Equipment - TUSD Food Service Department has identified the following replacements, upgrades or additions to the
             3         3        existing kitchen equipment and food prep areas to include but not limited to a hood over oven, walk-in freezer, walk-in refrigerator,
                                beverage or milk case refrigerator, reach-in refrigerator, hot service tables & garbage disposal w/ cone.
                                             Recommend the following amount of funds be budgeted for future food service equipment requirements.

V                                                                                       Mechanical Systems
             1         3        The packaged rooftop gas/electric A/C unit serving the library is old and shows signs of damage
                                            Demo existing unit and replace with new A/C unit (assume 10 tons).
                                All exhaust fans were either very noisy or not working at all. Method for providing make-up air to most of the exhaust fans was not
             2         3
                                apparent. It is assumed that exhaust systems are old and near the end of their useful lives.
                                            Replace 11 exhaust fans. Provide make-up air & modify ductwork as required for new fans.
             3         3        Overhead data room A/C unit appears to be leaking condensate onto ceiling tiles.
                                            Repair leak.
             4         4        This campus has an existing CSI EMCS. However, the room thermostats are not the same from room to room.
                                            Standardize room control devices (estimated 25 devices) & interface with EMCS.
             5         3        Most classroom single inlet classroom faucets appear to be in need of repair.
                                            Replace 16 faucets with new vandal resistant metering types.
             6         3        Classroom wing hot water heaters are old in need of repair and there is no recirculation system.
                                            Replace 4 water heaters & provide recirculation lines and pumps.
             7                  High temperature (180) water heater serving the kitchen shows signs of leakage at tank.
                                            Replace water heater.
                                Evaporative coolers in mechanical room, serving kitchen area, appear old and are showing signs of leaking. Additionally, the fully
             8         3        louvered doors to this room are partially blocked by dirt & debris blocking the air intake to the coolers in this room. (Recommend
                                converting to air conditioning & use one evap cooler for makeup air)
                                            Recondition (1) evap cooler & retain ductwork for makeup air / install new rooftop a/c unit for basic space heating &
                                            cooling / clean louvers / modify kitchen hood to receive makeup air if needed / new roof opening & curb / demo &
                                            replace ceiling as needed


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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Menlo Park Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                 July 20, 2005
Architectural Firm:            The Architecture Company

                                                                 Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                           Suggested Corrective Action



VI                                                                                          Electrical Systems
             1         1        Some classrooms require additional fire alarm pull stations.
                                          Add additional pull stations.
             2         3        Per mech. report the existing A/C unit for the library will be replaced.
                                          Disconnect old A/C unit and provide power for the new unit. New unit same size as exist.
             3         3        Per mech. report the existing exhaust fans will be replaced.
                                          Disconnect 11 old exhaust fans and reconnect new.
             4         3        Per mech. Report the kitchen evaporative coolers will be replaced with new A/C unit & evap make-up air unit.
                                          Disconnect power and provide power to new A/C unit and evap make-up air unit.

VII                                                                                        General Remodeling
             1         4        Library - Various ceiling tiles throughout the library are stained, warped, chipped or discolored
                                            Replace ceiling tiles where needed
             2         4        Cafeteria/Kitchen - Some Kitchen walls require touch-up paint
                                            Touch-up paint Kitchen walls as needed
             3         4        Multi-Purpose Room - Some walls of the Multi-purpose room need repainting
                                            Repaint walls where needed
             4         4        Multi-Purpose Room - Various ceiling tiles throughout the multi-purpose room are stained, warped, chipped or discolored
                                            Replace ceiling tiles where needed
             5         2        Performing/Visual Arts Classrooms - Existing wooden stage floor is heavily worn and should be refinished
                                            Refinish existing wooden stage floor
             6         2        Performing/Visual Arts Classrooms - Stage curtain lining is torn and ripped
                                            Stage curtains must be replaced with new stage curtains that meet Fire Code requirements
             7         4        Support Facilities/Storage - A few support rooms require repainting
                                            Repaint rooms as needed
             8         4        Support Facilities/Storage - Several support rooms have ceiling tiles that are stained due to leaks in HVAC condensate lines above
                                            Replace stained ceiling tiles with new once leaks have been repaired
             9         3        Kitchen / Food Prep - TUSD Food Service Department identified this area as having inadequate space.
                                            Recommend the following amount of funds be budgeted for future expansion of kitchen & food prep areas.




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Miles Exploratory Learning Center
Date Surveyed:                July 27, 2005
Architectural Firm:            The Orcutt/Winslow Partnership

                                                                          Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                         Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                        Problem Area Identified
    Category




                            Assigned
                   Number


                             Priority
                    Item




                                                    Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                              Sitework Improvements
                        1      4        Landscape: Existing plant materials sparse. No ground cover for dust control. No definition of turf/planting areas.
                                                   Add additional plant material. Modify irrigation for new plants. Provide concrete mowing curb to separate grass & non-
                                                   grass areas. Prone existing vegetation. Remove dead vegetation. Clean up landscape areas.
                        2      2        Sprinkler System conversion to Reclaimed Water: Irrigation system not converted to reclaimed water.
                                                   Convert irrigation system to reclaimed water if feasible and available.
                        3      2        Parking Lots: Aggregate exposed.
                                                   Seal coat & restripe.
                        4      2        Bus Bay: Aggregate exposed.
                                                   Seal coat & restripe.
                        5      2        Driveways: Aggregate exposed.
                                                   Seal coat & restripe.
                        6      2        Courts/Play Courts/Equipment: Cracked concrete at both courts.
                                                   Repair cracks, recoat and/or repaint striping.
                        7      1        ADA Upgrades and Accessibility Routes: Both ramps at North entry do not comply w/ADA requirements.
                                                   Install new ramps/rail systems.
                        8      1        Fencing/Walls: Existing perimeter fence is 4‟ high.
                                                   Replace perimeter fence with 5‟ high chain link fence.
                        9      1        Sidewalks:
                                                   Repair and/or replace.

II                                                                                         Interior Building Improvements
                        1      4        Partitions/Door: Door finish worn.
                                                    Refinish doors
                        2      4        Paint and Wall Coverings: Paint is worn.
                                                    Repaint & repair walls as needed
                        3      4        Ceilings: Boys restroom @ S.W. corner 12” x 12” ceiling tiles, missing or worn.
                                                    Provide new gypsum wallboard suspended ceilings.
                        4      4        Flooring: Stage flooring finish is worn & marked. Sheet goods @ staff restroom torn.
                                                    Refinish stage floor. Provide new sheet goods @ staff restrooms.
                        5      1        ADA Restroom Upgrades and Accessibility Routes: Stage not ADA accessible. Staff & nurse‟s sinks do not meet ADA standards.
                                        No ADA pipe wrap at all sinks. S.W. boy‟s restroom does not meet ADA standards.
                                                    Provide ADA access to stage. Provide ADA sinks @ staff & nurse‟s restrooms. Provide ADA pipe wrap at all sinks.
                                                    Renovate boy‟s restroom.
                        6      4        Drapes/Blinds: Missing, broken, non-operational. Stage curtains old.
                                                    Provide new.
                        7      2        Other: Broken ceramic tiles, grout missing & damaged at restrooms.
                                                    Repair as needed.

III                                                                                      Exterior Building Improvements
                        1      4        Walls and other Structural Elements: Paint work, minor cracks & damage.
                                                   Patch & repaint
                        2      3        Window Glass/Screens: Most window cranks do not work.
                                                   Replace cranks.
                        3      2        Roofing and Flashing: Inside face of masonry parapets not sealed. Pipe supports improper.
                                                   Apply elastomeric seal coat to parapet walls. Provide & install proper pipe support units.

IV                                                                                      Equipment & Special Construction
                        1      4        Millwork: Hardware missing or broken casework. Finishes are worn. Wood base boards finish is worn.
                                                   Repair as needed. Refinish millwork & wood base.
                        2      4        Food Service Equipment: Various kitchen equipment and systems need replacement per TUSD Food Service Department.
                                                   Replace dishwasher, hoods over ovens, entry security, temperature security, walk-in freezer, walk-in refrigerator,
                                                   beverage or milk case refrigerator, reach-in refrigerator, hot service tables and safe.

V                                                                                               Mechanical Systems
                        1      4        Fire Sprinkler Systems: There are no fire sprinklers installed in this facility.
                                                    Recommend installing wet pipe fire sprinkler system in accordance with NFPA 13.
                                                    Subtotal
VI                                                                                               Electrical Systems
               1               2        Electrical Service Sections and Panels: More branch circuit panelboards will have to be added if more receptacles are added to the
                                        classrooms per item “2”. Wireway cover is not installed in the distribution section of the SES.



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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Miles Exploratory Learning Center
Date Surveyed:                July 27, 2005
Architectural Firm:            The Orcutt/Winslow Partnership

                                                                    Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                   Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



                                                                                        Sitework Improvements
                                            Add new branch circuit panelboards to facilitate the addition of new receptacles/circuits in each classroom. Install the
                                            wireway cover in the distribution section of the SES.
                2      2        Wiring: Classrooms in new schools are each designed for (3) 20A, 120V circuits to receptacles distributed around the classroom,
                                which does not appear to be the case.
                                             Provide (1) new circuit with 2-3 new receptacles per circuit, in each classroom
                3      1        Lighting: Some lamps in fixtures were not working. Emergency lighting is not provided in all classrooms and admin areas. There is
                                no light fixture at the entrance to the boy‟s restroom 22. Light fixture lens cover is missing for the fixture at the entrance to the girl‟s
                                restroom 37. The emergency and exit lights in the common space between classrooms 11, 12, 13 and 14 do not appear to be listed
                                for use in wet locations.
                                             Replace lights with T-8 fixtures. Provide new emergency light fixtures in all classrooms and admin areas. Provide a light
                                             fixture at the entrance to the boy‟s restroom 22. Provide a lens for the light fixture at the entrance to the girl‟s restroom
                                             37. Verify that the emergency and exit lights in the common space between classrooms 11, 12, 13 and 14 are listed for
                                             use in wet locations. If not, then replace with ones listed for use in wet locations.
                4      1        Fire Alarm Systems: More hardware/new panel may be required for complete audio/visual and smoke detector coverage. There is
                                no fire alarm audio coverage in all the classrooms, (except 11, 12, 13 and 14), and boy‟s restroom 40. There is no fire alarm
                                audio/visual coverage in the admin areas, library and stage. There is no smoke detector coverage in all the classrooms, (except
                                11, 12, 13 and 14), admin areas, library, boy‟s restroom 40, girl‟s restroom 37, community room and stage.
                                           System should be tested to verify that it is working properly. Verify that it is a class “A” system. Provide complete fire
                                           alarm audio/visual coverage for all habitable spaces, as required by the NFPA. Provide complete smoke detector
                                           coverage as required by the NFPA. Provide new hardware in the existing FACP or a new FACP as required. Note: Per
                                           the State Fire Marshall only (2) manual pull stations are required in a school – one at the admin exit and one at the
                                           kitchen exit. All others can be removed to prevent nuisance triggering of the fire alarm system.
                5      2        Tele Data Cabling: Classrooms in new schools are each designed for approx. (10) data drops, which does not appear to be the
                                case in over 90% of the classrooms.
                                           System should be tested to verify that it is working properly. Provide approx. 6-8 new data drops in all the deficient
                6      2        Other: There is Cable TV System.
                                           Provide and install a new Cable TV system

VII                                                                                 General/Remodeling
                1      4        Play Area Surfacing/Play Equipment: Play areas have compacted sand
                                           Replace sand with manufactured wood fibers




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Miller Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 27, 2005
Architectural Firm:            The Orcutt/Winslow Partnership

                                                                         Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                        Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                        Problem Area Identified
    Category




                            Assigned
                   Number


                             Priority
                    Item




                                                    Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                            Sitework Improvements
                        1      4        Landscape: Existing plant materials sparse. No ground cover for dust control. No definition of turf/planting areas.
                                                   Add additional plant material. Modify and/or add irrigation to new plants. Provide concrete mowing curb to separate
                                                   grass & non-grass areas. Prone existing vegetation. Remove dead vegetation. Clean up landscape areas.
                        2      2        Sprinkler System conversion to Reclaimed Water: Irrigation system not converted to reclaimed water.
                                                   Convert irrigation system to reclaimed water, if feasible and available.
                        3      2        Bus Bay: Aggregate exposed.
                                                   Seal coat & restripe.
                        4      2        Driveways: Aggregate exposed.
                                                   Seal coat & restripe.
                        5      1        Fencing/Walls: Existing perimeter fence is 4‟ high.
                                                   Replace perimeter fence with 5‟ high chain link fence.

II                                                                                     Interior Building Improvements
                        1      4        Paint and Wall Coverings: Worn paint, minor cracks.
                                                   Patch, caulk, and paint.

III                                                                                    Exterior Building Improvements
                        1               Weatherproof Paint/Stucco Repair: Minor cracks.
                                                  Fill cracks, clean and seal masonry.
                        2      2        Roofing and Flashing: Flashings at B.U.R. area at Mech Penthouse area loose/pulling away.
                                                  Refasten and seal flashings.

IV                                                                                 Equipment and Special Construction
                        1      4        Food Service Equipment: Various kitchen equipment and systems need replacement per TUSD Food Service Department.
                                                  Replace dishwasher, hoods over ovens, entry security, temperature security system, walk-in freezer, walk-in

V                                                                                              Mechanical Systems
                        1      2        HVAC Systems: The entire HVAC system is less than five years old. The new system is a four pipe, DX and hot water, utilizing
                                        air cooled condensing units and a gas fire boiler. The air systems are generally Multi-zone serving the classroom wings and
                                        common areas, with a several single zone unit packaged rooftop unit serving the Library. The only component of the system left
                                        over from the old system appears to be the evaporative cooler serving the Multi-purpose Room.
                                                   The Multi-purpose Room was very hot and humid. The existing evaporative cooler serving this room does not meet
                                                   current SFB requirements for facilities below 5,000 ft. elevation. Recommend replacing the evaporative cooler system
                                                   with DX air conditioning, either package rooftops, or split system.

VI                                                                                              Electrical Systems
               1               2        Electrical Service Sections and Panels: Could not access the SES, (locks appeared to be TEP locks). However, more branch
                                        circuit panelboards will have to be added if more receptacles are added to the classrooms per item “2”. The transformer in the
                                        boiler room does not have code required clearances.
                                                   Review SES thoroughly for any deficiencies. Add new branch circuit panelboards to facilitate the addition of new
                                                   receptacles/circuits in each classroom. Relocate the transformer so that its installation meets the clearance
                                                   requirements of the N.E.C.
                        2      2        Wiring: Classrooms in new schools are each designed for (3) 20A, 120V circuits to receptacles distributed around the classroom,
                                        which does not appear to be the case.
                                                   Provide (1) new circuit with 2-3 new receptacles per circuit, in each classroom.
                        3      1        Lighting: Some lamps in fixtures were not working. Emergency lighting is not provided in all classrooms, boys, girls, men and
                                        women restrooms, nurse‟s room, lounge, workroom and kitchen. Light fixture door is missing for fixture in corridor 71.
                                                   Replace all lights with T-8 fixtures. Provide new emergency light fixtures in all classrooms, boys, girls, men and women
                                                   restrooms, nurse‟s room, lounge, workroom and kitchen. Provide door for fixture in corridor 71.
                        4      1        Fire Alarm Systems: More hardware/new panel may be required for complete coverage. Need smoke detector coverage in all
                                        classrooms, restrooms and some admin areas. No audio/visual coverage at the exterior end of corridor 42.
                                                   System should be tested to verify that it is working properly. Verify that it is a class “A” system. Provide complete
                                                   smoke detector coverage as required by the NFPA. Provide new hardware in the existing FACP or a new FACP as
                                                   required. Relocate the (1) visual device in corridor 42 to meet requirements. Note: Per the State Fire Marshall only (2)
                                                   manual pull stations are required in a school – one at the admin exit and one at the kitchen exit. All others can be
                                                   removed to prevent nuisance triggering of the fire alarm system.
                        5      2        Other: There is no Cable TV System.
                                                  Provide and install Cable TV System.



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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Miller Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 27, 2005
Architectural Firm:            The Orcutt/Winslow Partnership

                                                            Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                           Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                          Suggested Corrective Action



VII                                                                            Sitework Improvements
                                                                                General/Remodeling




                                                                        Page 128 of 318
Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Mission View Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 22, 2005
Architectural Firm:            John R. Kulseth Associates, Ltd.

                                                                     Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                    Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                        Sitework Improvements
                 1         1        Main entry ramp to south entrance is too steep or too much distance between landings
                                               Construct ramp with landings modify slope as required
                 2         1        Uneven irrigation and irregular turf grades
                                               Regrade and renovate grass play areas
                 3         1        Unsafe excavations north of school
                                               Scarify, fill and recompact
                 4         2        Bus bay too short
                                               Extend bus bay 20 feet so that two busses can park front to back
                                    Play sand compacted
                                               Replace with wood chips, approximately 6000 sq. ft.

II                                                                                   Interior Building Improvements
                 1         1        VCT over wood floors is buckling and curling up
                                              Carpet area.
                 2         1        Suspended ceiling tile sagging
                                              Investigate building insulation needs, and remove Insulation batts from above suspended ceiling. Alternatively,
                 3         3        Classroom doors are beyond their useful life
                                              Replace 30 classroom doors and frames

III                                                                              Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         4        Window sash faded and peeling
                                             Repaint all sash
                 2         2        No ADA accessible toilets outside
                                             Add ADA toilet adjacent to playground

IV                                                                              Equipment and Special Construction
                 1         1        Markerboards overlaid on existing chalkboards badly done
                                              Remove and replace with Markerboards that fit into the existing hardwood frame

V                                                                                           Mechanical Systems
                 1         1        There is no Ansul system for the kitchen hood.
                                                Add Ansul system and gas SOV.
                 2         1        The bathroom exhaust fans are inadequate.
                                                Upgrade exhaust fans.
                 3         4        The system appears to have individual thermostats. There is no central EMCS.
                                                Provide EMCS to tie control of units together.
                 4         1        There are some airflow problems in some areas.
                                                Rebalance system.
                 5         2        Kitchen, is evap. cooled, dry storage area not conditioned
                                                Air Condition kitchen including dry storage area

VI                                                                                              Electrical Systems
                 1         2        Exterior Lighting needs maintenance, repair and upgrading.
                                                 Maintain/replace and provide additional parking area and exterior building lighting. Conform with current IESNA design
                 2         1        Interior lighting needs maintenance, repair, selective modernizations from T12 to T8 and group relamping of existing T8 systems
                                                 Maintain, replace, relamp and provide appropriate lighting levels. Provide upgraded T8 lamps in existing T8 troffers
                 3         1        Questionable intelligibility of common area PA system spoken word announcements due to speaker spacing. Add approximately
                                                 Upgrade/augment existing intercom system speakers in corridors and exteriors.
                 4         1        Fire alarm system does not include adequate A/V devices per ADA requirements and currently enforced NFPA audibility
                                                 Relocate existing devices/provide new devices at ADA prescribed heights, Provide additional A/V devices throughout
                 5         1        Not all exit lights and emergency lights are operational, current emergency egress illumination values do not meet current
                                                 Test all emergency lights and exit lights, replace and/or provide additional exit and emergency lights.
                 6         2        Remote clocks are not working properly.
                                                 Repair clock system.
                 7         2        Recommend cleaning and PM actions for SES and at downstream panelboards.
                                                 Perform SES/panel cleaning activities and PM program including thermal scans, feeder torquing, etc.
                 8         4        Interior lighting and exterior lighting controls require upgrading for IECC 2003 compliance and to save energy for 45,000 sq. ft.
                                                 Provide time of day and/or motion sensor controls per IECC for interior and exterior lighting.
                 9         1        Various spaces and equipment yards require additional circuitry and/or GFCI personnel protection.
                                                 Provide additional circuitry and GFCI devices/circuit breakers.
                10         2        Kitchen needs an intrusion detection (security) system that is controlled from within the kitchen space. Food service would like to
                                                 Provide security system independent from building security system. Remotely monitor at TUSD security. Provide

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Mission View Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 22, 2005
Architectural Firm:            John R. Kulseth Associates, Ltd.

                                                                   Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                  Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



            11         2                                                                Sitework Improvements
                                Walk in freezer and walk in refrigerator (see below) will require remotely monitored temperature sensor and alarm.
                                            Provide temperature sensor alarm for two walk in boxes monitored at food service and TUSD security
            12         2        Point of sale cash registers require data cabling to kitchen computer and electrical power in floor
                                            Cut in floor boxes at cash registers and wireway to kitchen computer

VII                                                                                         General/Remodeling
             1         2        6 portable classrooms should be replaced with permanent construction
                                            Provide 6 new classrooms
             2         2        New classrooms need permanent restroom and custodial facilities
                                            Provide restroom and custodial facilities to support 12 classrooms
             3         2        School lacks walk in freezer
                                            Install walk-in freezer exterior to kitchen with access from inside building
             4         2        School lacks walk-in refrigerator
                                            Install walk-in refrigerator exterior to kitchen with access from inside building
             5         2        School lacks wall safe
                                            Install 1 cubic foot capacity wall safe in kitchen area
             6         2        School lacks reach-in beverage refrigerator
                                            Provide "mod-u-serv" beverage refrigerator
             7         2        School lacks combi oven-steamer
                                            Provide combi oven-steamer complete with floor sink and plumbing supply




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Myers/Ganoung Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 21, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Swaim Associates

                                                                     Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                    Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                           Sitework Improvements
                 1         4        Asphalt parking has cracks and binder is deteriorating. In the west lot the cracks exceed 2".
                                                Crack fill and seal coat all asphalt parking areas. Make major repairs in west lot.
                 2         3        Broken / cracked sidewalks on pedestrian routes.
                                                Replace broken concrete sidewalk sections on pedestrian routes.
                 3         4        Play court striping faded, some bent and broken basketball backboards / rims. (1) Old asphalt and concrete court.
                                                Clean and recoat / re-stripe play courts and replace broken basketball backboards and rims. Install (2) concrete courts.
                 4         4        Sand play areas have compacted sand and areas low. "Ring" unit has worn busings. Ladder too high.
                                                Replace sand with wood chips and remove rings. Lower ladder.
                 5         3        Miscellaneous bent chainlink gates and barbed top chainlink fabric around site.
                                                Repair gates and replace barbed top chainlink fence.
                 6         3        Soil erosion occurring at roof discharge, west end and at northwest corner. Scuppers full.
                                                Clean sidewalk scuppers and install additional rip rap / erosion control.
                 7         4        2 Ramadas - (1) Metal and (1) wood require repainting.
                                                Repaint ramadas.
                 8         4        7 Portables, 1 trailer and (1) metal building on-site. All require paint and miscellaneous roof repairs.
                                                Paint all portables and repair shingles on select units.
                 9         4        Large dry areas throughout play fields, uneven areas, d.g. areas thin and overgrown.
                                                Selective head adjustments, fertilize turf and supplement d.g. areas.
                10         3        Center east courtyard has poor drainage. Site scuppers plugged.
                                                Improve drainage. Catch basin with pump probably required.

II                                                                                       Interior Building Improvements
                 1         4        Carpet is heavily soiled throughout.
                                                 Replace soiled carpet.
                 2         4        Interior painting - overall in good condition - door frames and trim are nicked.
                                                 Repaint interior trim and selected walls.
                 3         3        Door hardware is worn. Locks require adjustment. Doors rub frames.
                                                 Replace locksets and make hardware and door adjustments throughout.
                 4         3        Toilet partitions damaged, misc. broken tiles, missing soap dispensers. Beat up gypsum board partitions.
                                                 Repair partitions and make other repairs.
                 5         4        Classroom cabinet doors have chipped doors and require adjustment. Most cabinets are serviceable.
                                                 Replace damaged doors and make adjustments.
                 6         4        VCT broken at doorways. Some rooms have original 9x9 tiles.
                                                 Replace VCT at select areas.
                 7         3        Flooring in kitchen is in very poor condition.
                                                 Install Quarry Tile in kitchen.
                 8         4        Water stained and damaged ceiling tiles in select areas throughout.
                                                 Replace ceiling tiles in select areas.

III                                                                                      Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Exterior is brick masonry. There are several holes, broken brick and cracks that require repair.
                                                Repair brick to prevent water penetration.
                 2         4        Building trim, fascias, windows are in fair condition.
                                                Repaint select exterior doors and trim in most weathered areas.
                 3         3        Exterior doors have missing seals and weatherstripping.
                                                Replace exterior weatherstripping on doors.
                 4         3        Roof appears to be in good condition, there are signs of small leaks, some flashings require caulking.
                                                Recaulk counterflashings.
                 5         3        The Library has a cement parged cap. Back of parapet is parged. All areas are cracked.
                                                Install a metal cap flashing on parapet. Repair the back of parapet walls.
                 6         4        Students are accessing roof.
                                                install barrier to prohibit roof access.

IV                                                                                Equipment and Special Construction
                 1         4        Chalk and tackboards throughout are worn.
                                               Replace chalk and tackboards.
                 2         4        Miscellaneous food service equipment deficiencies
                                               Provide and install food service equipment per TUSD Food Service List.

V                                                                                          Mechanical Systems
                 1         3        Dishwasher hood is ineffective.
                                             Install new dishwasher hood.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Myers/Ganoung Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 21, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Swaim Associates

                                                                Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                               Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                           Suggested Corrective Action



             2         2                                                              Sitework Improvements
                                Handicap plumbing fixtures do not meet ADA requirements.
                                           Install new plumbing fixtures that meet ADA requirements.
             3         3        Numerous plumbing fixtures are old or do not function properly.
                                           Repair or replace inoperative plumbing fixtures.
             4         4        Building controls are pneumatic and do not meet current standards.
                                           Install new Energy Management Control System (EMCS.)
             5         1        Boiler and chiller are installed in the same room which does not meet code.
                                           Provide gas shut-off valve, refrigerant monitor and ventilation.
             6         3        Condenser water pump is in poor condition.
                                           Replace condenser water pump.

VI                                                                                          Electrical Systems
             1         1        Fire alarm system field devices not per ADA and NFPA-72. Also, AutoCall FACP is obsolete
                                             Replace fire alarm system
             2         1        There are insufficient electric outlets for computer usage without daisy chaining power strips.
                                             Provide additional electrical outlets adjacent to data jacks. 32 locations.
             3         1        Electric outlets in Kitchen should be GFCI type per NEC 210.8
                                             Change electric devices to be GFCI type 6 locations
             4         1        Room 615: electric panel does not have code clearances.
                                             Relocate electric panel
             5         2        Portable classrooms not wired with voice (telephone) cabling
                                             Provide voice cabling and jacks in portables, 8 locations
             6         2        Room 604: Clock not working.
                                             Provide new clock
             7         2        Room 609: Lighting is deficient. Only 15 FC.
                                             Rework lighting system to provide 46FC minimum average light level.
             8         3        MPR stage lighting system is obsolete.
                                             Provide new stage lighting system and dimmers
             9         3        MPR sound system is obsolete.
                                             Provide new sound system.
            10         3        Room 112: Old Westinghouse electric panel was not replaced when bldg. renovated. Is at end of life.
                                             Replace electric panel.
            11         3        Rooms 113, MOD 57B: Light fixtures missing lenses.
                                             Repair or replace light fixtures.
            12         4        Interior light fixtures in main building are old technology T12 lamps.
                                             Relamp and re-ballast existing light fixtures with T8 lamps and electronic ballasts.
            13         4        No occupancy sensing lighting control system exists.
                                             Provide occupancy sensing light switching system.
            14         4        No security system in kitchen.
                                             Add security and temperature control system in kitchen. Add data cabling.

VII                                                                                       General/Remodeling
             1         4        Per TUSD remodel office - original configuration.
                                             Remodel office to improve efficiency
             2         4        Site has 7 portable classrooms.
                                             Should this site be considered for an addition?
             3         4        Kitchen is not air conditioned.
                                             Air condition kitchen, replace hood.
             4         1        Miscellaneous ADA deficiencies outlined in CDG Report.
                                             Correct deficiencies.
             5         4        Insufficient kitchen space.
                                             Add additional kitchen space.




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Ochoa Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 27, 2005
Architectural Firm:            The Orcutt/Winslow Partnership

                                                                     Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                    Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                          Sitework Improvements
                    1      4        Landscape: Existing plant materials sparse. No ground cover for dust control. No definition of turf/planting areas. Modify and/or
                                    add irrigation for new plants.
                                                 Add additional plant material. Modify and/or add irrigation to new plants. Provide concrete mowing curb to separate
                                                 grass & non-grass areas. Prone existing vegetation. Remove dead vegetation. Clean up landscape areas.
                    2      2        Sprinkler System conversion to Reclaimed Water: Irrigation system is not converted to reclaimed water.
                                                 Convert to reclaimed water if feasible and available.
                    3      2        Parking Lots: Deteriorating asphalt/faded striping.
                                                 Fill cracks, apply seal coat & restripe.
                    4      2        Bus Bay: Faded curb paint & striping, signage missing.
                                                 Repaint striping, install signage.
                    5      2        Driveways: Deteriorating asphalt/faded striping.
                                                 Fill cracks, apply seal coat & restripe.
                    6      2        Courts/Play Courts/Equipment: Cracking at courts at N.E. corner.
                                                 Repair cracks, repaint striping.
                    7      2        Drainage/Erosion: Drainage around classroom Pod at S.E. campus inadequate. Drainage away from building inadequate along
                                    North & East grass.
                                                 Regrade scales and clean out sidewalk culverts. Provide gutters downspouts, splash blocks and positive drainage
                                                 away from building.
                    8      1        ADA Upgrades and Accessibility Routes: Entry to Library not accessible. Exterior ramp to multipurpose room not ADA compliant.
                                    Ramps from 3 classrooms at East wing not ADA complaints.
                                                 Reconstruct ramps/railings to comply with ADA requirements.
                    9      4        Other: Landscaping at garden area East of preschool classrooms dead. Planters full of debris.
                                                 Clean out planters and replant.

II                                                                                    Interior Building Improvements
                    1      4        Paint and Wall Coverings: Paint is worn, minor cracks & damage.
                                                Patch, caulk is required & paint.
                    2      4        Ceilings: Stained tiles at West classrooms.
                                                Replace approximately 12 tiles.
                    3      4        Flooring: Carpet is worn, damaged & torn. End of useful life. Stage floor is worn. V.C.T. in one classroom, conference room and
                                    office worn.
                                                Replace carpet & vinyl rubber base refinish stage floor. Replace V.C.T. & rubber base @ 1 classroom, conference
                                                room and office.
                    4      1        ADA Restroom Upgrades and Accessibility Routes: Boys, girls & staff restrooms do not meet ADA standards. Interior & exterior
                                    stage do not have ADA access. Kinder classroom doors, hardware does not meet ADA standards.
                                                Renovate restrooms to meet ADA standards. Provide access to both stages. Replace door hardware.
                    5      4        Drapes/Blinds: Worn, missing non operable.
                                                Replace.
                    6      1        Other: Stairs to basement are not rated per code requirement.
                                                Renovate stairs to meet rating requirements.

III                                                                              Exterior Building Improvements
                    1      2        Weatherproof Paint/Stucco Repair: Some cracking of stucco evident. Masonry generally good however some mortar missing &
                                    units are dirty.
                                              Repair cracked stucco, repaint, clean and seal masonry.
                    2      2        Roofing and Flashing: B.U.R. at Library at end of service live. Some leaking evident at West classrooms under clay tile.
                                              Replace roof at Library/Investigate source of leaks and make repairs to clay tile roof.

IV                                                                                   Equipment and Special Construction
                    1      4        Millwork: Finish worn.
                                               Refinish
                    2      1        Other: Gates to East playground swing in wrong direction.
                                               Remove & reinstall gates swinging out & provide panic hardware.
                    3      4        Food Service Equipment: Various kitchen equipment and systems need replacement per TUSD Food Service Department.
                                               Replace entry security, temperature security system, walk-in freezer, walk-in refrigerator, beverage or milk case
                                               refrigerator, reach in refrigerator and hot service tables.

V                                                                                          Mechanical Systems




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Ochoa Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 27, 2005
Architectural Firm:            The Orcutt/Winslow Partnership

                                                                  Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                 Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



                1      2                                                              Sitework Improvements
                                HVAC Systems: The entire HVAC system serving the main classroom building is less than five years old. The new system is a
                                split system heat pumps with indoor DX fan coil units and outdoor condensing units. Each classroom has a separate unit. Since
                                the system is several years old, it is assumed to adequate outside air. The kindergarten building HVAC system has not been
                                replaced and appears to be past it‟s useful life. The system consists of split systems, indoor vertical fan coil units with outdoor
                                condensing units. The new systems shall be sized with additional outside air to meet the current code requirements.
                                           The following areas require further attention: 1) Replace existing split system HVAC units with new and sized for
                                           current outside air requirements. Four classrooms, provide 5 tons each. 2) Provide a separate air conditioning unit for

VI                                                                                          Electrical Systems
                1      2        Electrical Service Sections and Panels: More branch circuit panelboards will have to be added if more receptacles are added to
                                the classrooms per item “2”. The utility transformer is leaking oil. One cover is not installed on the distribution section of the SES.
                                             Add new branch circuit panelboards to facilitate the addition of new receptacles/circuits in each classroom. Contact
                                             utility company about the leaking transformer. Install cover on the distribution section of the SES.
                2      2        Wiring: Classrooms in new schools are each designed for (3) 20A, 120V circuits to receptacles distributed around the classroom,
                                which does not appear to be the case.
                                             Provide (1) new circuit with 2-3 new receptacles per circuit, in each classroom
                3      1        Lighting: Some lamps in fixtures were not working. Emergency lighting is not provided in all classrooms, admin areas, assembly
                                areas, (except multi-purpose room and stage), and (2) corridors. Light fixture lens is missing for (1) fixture in Classroom 11 and the
                                fixture at the main entry to the school.
                                             Replace all lights with T-8‟s fixtures. Provide new emergency light fixtures in all classrooms, admin areas, assembly
                                             areas, (except multi-purpose room and stage), and the (2) corridors. Provide a lens for the fixture at the main entry to
                4      1                     the school.
                                Fire Alarm Systems: More hardware/new panel may be required for complete audio/visual and smoke detector coverage. There
                                is no fire alarm audio/visual coverage in all the classrooms, admin areas, multi-purpose room, kitchen and stage. Need additional
                                fire alarm audio/visual coverage in the library. There is no smoke detector coverage in all the classrooms, admin areas, multi-
                                purpose room, kitchen and stage. Need additional smoke detector coverage in the library.
                                             System should be tested to verify that it is working properly. Verify that it is a class “A” system. Provide complete fire
                                             alarm audio/visual coverage for all habitable spaces, as required by the NFPA. Provide complete smoke detector
                                             coverage as required by the NFPA. Provide new hardware in the existing FACP or a new FACP as required. Note: Per
                                             the State Fire Marshall only (2) manual pull stations are required in a school – one at the admin exit and one at the
                                             kitchen exit. All others can be removed to prevent nuisance triggering of the fire alarm system.
                5      2        Tele Data Cabling: Classrooms in new schools are each designed for approx. (10) data drops, which does not appear to be the
                                case in over 90% of the classrooms.
                                             System should be tested to verify that it is working properly. Provide approx. 6-8 new data drops in all the deficient
                                             classrooms.
                6      2        Other: There is no Cable TV System.
                                             Provide and install a new Cable TV System.

XI                                                                                  General/Remodeling
                1      4        Play areas have compacted sand.
                                           Replace sand with manufactured wood fibers




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Oyama Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                 July 22, 2005
Architectural Firm:            The Architecture Company

                                                                      Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                     Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                           Sitework Improvements
                 1         2        Exterior Lighting - One exterior wall mounted light fixture was found damaged at MOD 39
                                                Replace exterior light fixture
                 2         2        Bus Bay - Striping in drop off zone is fading and needs restriping
                                                Restripe entire bus bay/drop-off area
                 3         3        Parking Lot - Cracks in the asphalt paving are evident in several spots throughout the parking lot
                                                Seal cracks in pavement and patch where necessary
                 4         3        Parking Lot - Striping in parking lot is fading and needs restriping
                                                Restripe entire parking lot
                 5         3        Drainage/Erosion - Some landscaped & parking areas are experiencing erosion & ponding from rainwater runoff
                                                Add rip-rap to prevent continued erosion and rectify ponding problems near crosswalk in drop-off area
                 6         2        Drainage/Erosion - Rainwater discharge from roof downspouts is undercutting sidewalks & causing erosion.
                                                Add new sidewalk scuppers
                 7         2        Drainage/Erosion - Rainwater discharge is eroding landscaping as it flows away from building
                                                Construct a drainage swale to prevent further erosion and channel water away from building
                                    Drainage/Erosion - Decomposed granite is washing onto adjacent sidewalk along the exterior of classrooms 121-124 creating a
                 8         2
                                    slipping safety hazard
                                                Remove DG and add concrete between building face and adjacent sidewalk to eliminate erosion of DG and potential
                                                slipping safety hazard
                 9         1        Play Area Surfacing - All play areas are low on wood bark material and pose a potential safety hazard
                                                Add approved bark material to all play areas

II                                                                                      Interior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Structure - Soffit is sagging from where soffit structure has pulled away from exterior walls causing paint to crack
                                                Repair sagging soffit by resecuring to bearing walls. Patch & repaint soffit to match adjacent surfaces
                 2         4        Paint & Wall Coverings - Some classrooms have walls that require touch-up painting
                                                Repaint walls as required
                 3         4        Ceilings - Some ceiling tiles throughout the facility have stains due to leaks from HVAC condensate lines above
                                                Replace stained ceiling tiles with new once leaks have been repaired
                 4         4        Flooring - Floor tile is worn and requires replacement in a few rooms throughout the facility due to heavy use
                                                Replace VCT tile
                 5         1        ADA Restroom Upgrades - All ADA Restrooms require new vertical grab bars to meet current ADA requirements
                                                Add new ADA vertical grab bars in handicap stalls of all ADA Restrooms

III                                                                                   Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Weatherproof Paint - Paint is chipping & peeling on all portable buildings
                                                Repaint all portable buildings
                 2         3        Weatherproof Paint - Masonry control joints on the South façade of the facility near the Front Entry require recaulking
                                                Recaulk masonry control joints
                                    Walls - Expansion joint material between the building foundation and the adjacent sidewalk is deteriorating or missing and
                 3         2
                                    consequently appears to be allowing rainwater to seep into the facility along the North façade of the facility
                                                Recaulk expansion joints
                 4         3        Exterior Doors - One exterior door was found damaged
                                                Replace door
                 5         4        Exterior Doors - Several exterior doors are scratched or scuffed
                                                Repaint doors
                 6         2        Doors - All exterior doors have worn, torn or missing weatherstipping allowing rainwater to seep inside the facility
                                                Replace weatherstripping & door sweeps on all exterior doors throughout the facility
                                    Other - Numerous Pigeons were found nesting on the roof, on the roof trusses and in the scuppers & downspouts. Many have
                 7         3        died and are decaying on the roof near the air intakes of several rooftop HAVC units creating a possible health hazard. Others
                                    have clogged roof drains & scuppers with their nests.
                                                Remove all dead birds from roof. Install bird netting at scuppers and other bird roost inhibiting material such as spikes
                                                or visual scare devices

IV                                                                                  Equipment and Special Construction
                 1         2        File holders do not function properly in any of the classroom or office cabinetry
                                                Repair file holders to function properly in all classroom & office cabinetry
                 2         2        Some rooms were missing PA speakers
                                                Add new PA speakers where required

V                                                                                           Mechanical Systems



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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Oyama Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                 July 22, 2005
Architectural Firm:            The Architecture Company

                                                                 Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



                                Stains on ceiling tiles indicate leaks from condensateSitework Improvements
                                                                                         drain system from fan coils. Some ceiling tiles missing or destroyed.
             1         3
                                Several leaks were active.
                                            Provide / repair pipe insulation to ensure 100% coverage with vapor barrier is maintained. Verify proper slope and
                                            operation of condensate drain line & drain pan.
             2         3        Floor around ADA watercloset shows signs of water damage.
                                            Remove toilet, replace wax ring & secure fixture to floor.
             3         3        Condensing unit refrigerant pipe insulation located exterior to building is not jacketed to protect it against sunlight.
                                            Replace insulation and jacket insulation with aluminum.
                                Molded stone mop basin installed outside kitchen has loose & deteriorated vinyl plastic edge guards from UV exposure. There
             4         3
                                are no wall guards to protect the masonry exterior wall surface. Faucet is leaking.
                                            Replace edge guards with stainless steel. Install wall guards (2). Repair faucet.
             5         3        Exterior 2-station drinking fountain is not vandal resistant and is damaged.
                                            Remove existing unit & replace drinking fountain with vandal resistant model.
                                Exhaust fan on kitchen roof is mounted on R.I.S. isolators on wood 2 x 4's acting as spacers. Wood and isolators appear to be
             6         3
                                deteriorating.
                                            Remove isolators and wood spacers and replace with spring isolators rigidly attached to the roof curb. Adjust duct
                                            alignment as required.

VI                                                                                      Electrical Systems

VII                                                                                      General Remodeling
             1         4        Support Facilities/Storage - A few support rooms have ceiling tiles that are stained due to leaks in HVAC condensate lines above
                                           Replace stained ceiling tiles with new once leaks have been repaired
             2         4        Support Facilities/Storage - Floor tile is worn and requires replacement in a few support rooms throughout the facility due to heavy
                                           Replace VCT tile
             3         3        Kitchen / Food Prep - TUSD Food Service Department identified this area as having inadequate space.
                                           Recommend the following amount of funds be budgeted for future expansion of kitchen & food prep areas.




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Pueblo Gardens Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 21, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Swaim Associates

                                                                     Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                    Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                           Sitework Improvements
                 1         3        Asphalt parking and fire lane has cracks and binder is deteriorating.
                                                Crack fill and seal coat all asphalt parking areas.
                 2         3        Broken / cracked sidewalks on pedestrian routes.
                                                Replace broken concrete sidewalk sections on pedestrian routes.
                 3         4        Play court striping faded, some bent and broken basketball backboards / rims - 3 courts are asphalt.
                                                Clean and recoat / re-stripe play courts and replace broken basketball backboards and rims. Replace (3) asphalt courts.
                 4         4        Sand play areas have compacted sand and areas low.
                                                Replace sand with wood chips.
                 5         3        Miscellaneous bent gates and some sections of fence have spiked top.
                                                Repair gates and replace fabric in select areas.
                 6         4        2 Wood ramadas require paint and minor shingle repairs.
                                                Paint ramadas and repair shingles.
                 7         4        (2) Portable classrooms, (1) is a double, require painting.
                                                Paint portables.
                 8         4        Overall turf looks good. Some unevenness.
                                                Make miscellaneous irrigation and turf repairs.
                 9         3        Site drainage runs through the south ramada.
                                                Improve grading.
                10         3        Catch basin in courtyard full.
                                                Clean basin and piping.
                11         4        No fence around library electrical gear.
                                                Install fencing around electrical per Safety Officer.

II                                                                                       Interior Building Improvements
                 1         4        Carpet is soiled and stained in select areas. No carpet in classrooms.
                                                 Replace soiled carpet.
                 2         4        VCT is worn in some areas and has large gaps.
                                                 Replace VCT in select areas.
                 3         4        Interior painting - overall in good condition - door frames and trim are nicked.
                                                 Repaint interior trim and selected walls.
                 4         4        Ceiling tiles overall in good condition. Some are stained.
                                                 Replace selected ceiling tiles.
                 5         3        Door hardware finish is deteriorated on all lever handles. Locks require adjustment. Doors rub frames.
                                                 Replace locksets and make hardware and door adjustments throughout.
                 6         3        Toilet partitions damaged, misc. broken tiles, missing soap dispensers.
                                                 Repair partitions and make other repairs.
                 7         4        Classroom cabinet doors have chipped doors and require adjustment. Most cabinets are serviceable.
                                                 Replace damaged doors and make adjustments.

III                                                                                     Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Exterior is brick masonry. There are several holes, broken brick and cracks that require repair.
                                                Repair brick to prevent water penetration.
                 2         4        Building trim, fascias, windows are in fair condition.
                                                Repaint select exterior doors and trim in most weathered locations.
                 3         3        Exterior doors have missing seals and weatherstripping.
                                                Replace exterior weatherstripping on doors.
                 4         4        Easy to access roof at southwest side.
                                                Trim trees and install barrier to prevent access.

IV                                                                                Equipment and Special Construction
                 1         4        Old chalk and tackboards.
                                               Replace existing chalk and tackboards.
                 2         4        Miscellaneous food service equipment deficiencies.
                                               Provide and install food service equipment per TUSD food service list.

V                                                                                           Mechanical Systems
                 1         1        Handicap plumbing fixtures do not meet ADA requirements.
                                                Install new plumbing fixtures that meet ADA requirements.
                 2         3        Numerous plumbing fixtures are old or do not function properly.
                                                Repair or replace inoperative plumbing fixtures.
                 3         4        If Multipurpose Room and Kitchen are air conditioned heating water boiler is no longer required.
                                                Remove heating water boiler.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Pueblo Gardens Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 21, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Swaim Associates

                                                                Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                               Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                           Suggested Corrective Action



                                                                                     Sitework Improvements
VI                                                                                      Electrical Systems
             1         1        Room 110, needs Fire Alarm strobe light for ADA compliance.
                                           Add fire alarm strobe light.
             2         1        Kitchen electric receptacles are not GFCI type as required by NEC 210.8
                                           Replace wiring devices with GFCI devices, 7 locations
             3         3        MPR stage lighting system is obsolete.
                                           Provide new stage lighting system and dimmers
             4         3        MPR sound system is obsolete.
                                           Provide new sound system.
             5         4        No security system in kitchen.
                                           Add security and temperature control system in kitchen. Add data cabling.

VII                                                                                       General/Remodeling
             1         4        Multi-Purpose Building is evaporative cooled.
                                             Install air conditioning in Multi-Purpose Room.
             2         4        Old evaporative cooler equipment was not demolished.
                                             Remove old abandoned equipment. Repair finishes.
             3         4        Kitchen is evaporative cooled.
                                             Install air conditioning and replace hood.
             4         4        Insufficient kitchen space.
                                             Add kitchen space.




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Reynolds Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                October 28, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Sayler-Brown Bolduc Lara Architects, LLC

                                                                      Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                     Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                         Sitework Improvements
                 1         1        Asphalt volleyball courts are cracked (safety issue).
                                                Patch asphalt and resurface court.
                 2         3        Basketball court cracked.
                                                Patch cracks and resurface court.
                 3         3        Sidewalks cracked.
                                                Repair cracked areas.
                 4         3        Play areas low on sand material.
                                                Add new sand material
                 5         3        Backstop chain link fabric damaged, partial replacement with chicken wire.
                                                Repair damaged fabric and replace chicken wire with chain link.
                 6         1        Potential hazard "Rings" equipment in playground.
                                                Remove "Rings" equipment.
                 7         3        Exterior Lighting needs maintenance, repair and upgrading.
                                                Maintain, repair, relamp and provide additional parking area and exterior lighting. Conform with current design
                 8         3        Play area has sand.
                                                Replace with wood chips.
                 9         3        Bare dirt areas in playground.
                                                Re-sod bare areas.
                10         3        Ramada fascias and posts are faded.
                                                Paint fascias and posts.
                11         1        Portable N-1 has hazardous unused asphalt walks
                                                Remove asphalt walks.
                12         2        Four foot high chain link fence not adequate.
                                                Remove and replace with five foot high chain link fence.
                13         1        Door 14 at classroom 17 not accessible
                                                Provide ramp at door 14.

II                                                                                     Interior Building Improvements
                 1         3        GWB partitions require patching and paint.
                                                 Patch and paint damaged wall areas.
                 2         3        Acoustical ceiling panels damaged.
                                                 Replace ceiling panels.
                 3         3        Vinyl floor tiles damaged and cracked,
                                                 Replace damaged floor tiles.
                 4         3        Ceramic tile cracked and broken.
                                                 Replace damaged tile.
                 5         3        Resilient base loose or missing.
                                                 Replace resilient base.
                 6         3        Carpet is worn and unraveling.
                                                 Replace carpet with vinyl tile.
                 7         3        Door hardware is faulty or loose.
                                                 Repair or replace hardware.

III                                                                                   Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Exterior door frames and fascias are fading.
                                               Repaint exterior door and fascias frames.
                 2         3        Modulars roof coating is wearing out.
                                               Re-coat roofs with reflective coating.
                 3         2        Modulars roof/HVAC curbs need resealing.
                                               Reseal/caulk roof/HVAC curbs.
                 4         3        Modulars exterior walls, gutters, downspouts and fascias are fading.
                                               Paint walls, gutters, downspouts and fascias.
                 5         3        Modulars wrought iron fencing is fading.
                                               Paint fencing.

IV                                                                                 Equipment and Special Construction
                 1         3        Millwork is water damaged.
                                                Refinish millwork and replace where necessary (including modulars).
                 2         3        Kitchen does not have a walk-in freezer or refrigerator, milk refrigerator, reach-in refrigerator, hot service table and safe.
                                                Provide equipment above.

V                                                                                            Mechanical Systems

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Reynolds Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                October 28, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Sayler-Brown Bolduc Lara Architects, LLC

                                                                 Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



             1         3        Two water heaters are old and need to be replaced. Sitework Improvements
                                            Replace two water heaters.
             2         3        Kitchen is served by gas fired / evaporative cool make-up air unit.
                                            Provide new warming hood, exhaust fan and air conditioning.
             3         2        Mech. Rm 111 used as office; no ventilation provided.
                                            Provide ventilation.
             4         2        Toilet rm 106 exhaust fan does not function.
                                            Replace exhaust fan.
             5         2        Some seats on water closets are very scratched from cleaning and are unsanitary.
                                            Replace seats.
             6         2        Kitchen is lacking storage area.
                                            Provide AC for new storage area.
             7         2        Rooftop air conditioners on 12 modular classes are old and should be replaced.
                                            Replace 12 air conditioners with new.

VI                                                                                           Electrical Systems
             1         4        Interior lighting needs maintenance, repair, relamping, lighting level review and controls.
                                               Maintain, repair, relamp and provide appropriate lighting levels and motion sensor controls.
                                Not all exit lights and emergency lights are operational. Exterior emergency lights have not been provided. Emergency lighting is
             2         1        generally inadequate.
                                             Check out and test all emergency lights and exit lights. Provide exterior emergency lighting in accordance with IBC
                                             requirements. Provide additional emergency lighting.
                                Existing intercom system requires detailed review to determine school-wide audibility and intelligibility of broadcast instructions
             3         1        especially during emergency conditions.
                                             Modify and upgrade intercom system to provide interior and exterior areas' audibility and intelligibility.
             4         1        Existing fire alarm system requires detailed review to determine conformance with current ADA, SFB and NFPA requirements.
                                             Modify and upgrade fire alarm system to conform with ADA heights and strobe placements, heat detectors per SFB
                                             and audibility per NFPA.
             5         4        Existing electrical service equipment, panels and feeders are getting old and might be subject to failure in the near future.
                                             Perform preventive maintenance including thermal imaging, meggering, harmonic analysis and load measurements.
             6         3        Electrical for kitchen walk-in freezer or refrigerator, milk refrigerator, reach-in refrigerator, hot service table and safe.
                                             Add electrical for the above kitchen equipment.
             7         1        Security system protection is required for portables and computer room.
                                             Provide security system protection per district requirements.

VII                                                                                  General/Remodeling
             1         2        New library is needed as minimum school standard.
                                           Add new library.
             2         1        Various code violations due to using equipment areas for storage and not allowing immediate access to electrical equipment.
                                           Provide additional storage rooms.
             3         3        Kitchen does not have adequate work and storage space.
                                           Add new work and storage area.




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Richey Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                October 28, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Sayler-Brown Bolduc Lara Architects, LLC

                                                                     Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                    Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                         Sitework Improvements
                 1         1        No ADA accessible path to new gym.
                                                Provide new sidewalk/ramp to gym.
                 2         3        No connection to City reclaimed water system.
                                                Remove old irrigation and install reclaimed water system.
                 3         3        Cracked sidewalk.
                                                Replace area of cracking concrete.
                 4         3        Basketball court cracked.
                                                Replace area of cracking and resurface.
                 5         3        Irrigation box lid damaged.
                                                Replace lid.
                 6         3        Ramada roof needs replacement.
                                                Re-roof ramada.
                 7         3        Exterior Lighting needs maintenance, repair and upgrading.
                                                Maintain, repair, relamp and provide additional parking area and exterior lighting. Conform with current design
                                                standards and outdoor lighting code.
                 8         2        4' high chain link fence not adequate.
                                                Remove and replace with 5' high chain link fence.
                 9         3        Play area wood chip levels low.
                                                Install additional wood chips.
                10         3        Play area has sand.
                                                Replace with wood chips.
                11         3        Bare dirt areas in playground.
                                                Re-sod bare areas.
                12         1        Asphalt ramp at portable L-1 not adequate for accessibility.
                                                Replace ramp with accessible concrete ramp.
                13         1        Two ramps at modular 80 not adequate for accessibility.
                                                Replace ramp with accessible concrete ramp.

II                                                                                      Interior Building Improvements
                 1         3        GWB partitions require patching and paint.
                                                 Patch and paint areas of damage.
                 2         1        ADA grab bars mounted too high.
                                                 Remove and remount grab bars per ADA requirements.
                 3         3        Acoustical ceiling panels damaged.
                                                 Replace ceiling panels.
                 4         3        Termite damage at west end of north wing.
                                                 Repair walls, doors, frames and floor.
                 5         3        Vinyl floor tiles damaged and cracked.
                                                 Replace damaged floor tiles.
                 6         3        Ceramic tile cracked and broken.
                                                 Replace damaged tile.
                 7         3        Resilient base missing or must be replaced.
                                                 Replace resilient base.
                 8         3        Carpet "winkling" at seams.
                                                 Re-roll seams with new adhesive.
                 9         3        Doors look worn and need refinishing.
                                                 Refinish doors.
                10         3        GWB ceiling needs repairs.
                                                 Patch GWB damaged areas.

III                                                                                 Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Door fascias, handrails, downspouts fading.
                                                Repaint fascias, handrails and downspouts.
                 2         3        Stucco flaking and peeling at wall/soffit.
                                                Repair and repaint stucco.
                 3         3        Window panes are broken or plastic.
                                                Replace window panes.
                 4         2        Modular 37 roof needs replacement.
                                                Replace roof at modular.
                 5         2        Skirting at modular 80 is damaged.
                                                Replace skirting.
                 6         3        Roofing at modular 80 is damaged.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Richey Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                October 28, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Sayler-Brown Bolduc Lara Architects, LLC

                                                                  Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                 Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



                                           Replace 20-30 S.F. of roofing.           Sitework Improvements
             7         2        Wall at east end of school allows access to roof.
                                           Provide steel guard to prevent roof access.

IV                                                                             Equipment and Special Construction
             1         3        Millwork severely splintered and needs refinishing.
                                           Replace or refinish millwork.
             2         3        Kitchen does not have a walk-in freezer or refrigerator, milk refrigerator, reach-in refrigerator, hot service tables and safe.
                                           Provide listed equipment.

V                                                                                        Mechanical Systems
             1         4        Supply 14b used to store chemical. Room has no ventilation.
                                            Provide ventilation.
             2         3        One older water heater.
                                            Replace water heater.
             3         2        One broken faucet in boys room.
                                            Replace faucet.
             4         4        Combustion air in mechanical room does not conform meet code.
                                            Modify to conform to code.
             5         3        Kitchen is currently evaporatively cooled.
                                            Provide new warming hood, exhaust fan and air conditioning.
             6         4        Modulars 37a, 37b, 80a & 80b do not have fresh air intakes or adequate operable windows.
                                            Provide fresh air intakes on (4) existing AC units.
             7         4        Kitchen has inadequate storage area.
                                            Provide AC for new storage area.
             8         4        Kitchen requires new booster heater.
                                            Provide booster heater.

VI                                                                                           Electrical Systems
             1         4        Interior lighting needs maintenance, repair, relamping, lighting level review and controls.
                                               Maintain, repair, relamp and provide appropriate lighting levels and motion sensor controls.
                                Not all exit lights and emergency lights are operational. Exterior emergency lights have not been provided. Emergency lighting is
             2         1        generally inadequate.
                                               Checkout and test all emergency lights and exit lights. Provide exterior emergency lighting in accordance with IBC
                                             requirements. Provide additional emergency lighting.
             3         1        Existing fire alarm system requires detailed review to determine conformance with current ADA, SFB and NFPA requirements.
                                             Modify and upgrade fire alarm system to conform with ADA heights and strobe placements, heat detectors per SFB
                                             and audibility per NFPA.
                                Existing intercom system requires detailed review to determine school-wide audibility and intelligibility of broadcast instructions
             4         1        especially during emergency conditions.
                                             Modify and upgrade intercom system to provide interior and exterior areas' audibility and intelligibility.
             5         4        Existing electrical service equipment, panels and feeders are getting old and might be subject to failure in the near future.
                                             Perform preventive maintenance including thermal imaging, meggering, harmonic analysis and load measurements.
             6         3        Electrical in kitchen for walk-in freezer or refrigerator, milk refrigerator, reach-in refrigerator, hot service tables and safe.
                                             Add electrical for the above kitchen equipment.

VII                                                                                  General/Remodeling
             1         1        Various code violations due to using equipment areas for storage and not allowing immediate access to electrical equipment.
                                          Provide additional storage rooms.
             2         3        Kitchen does not have adequate work and storage space.
                                          Add new work and storage area.




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Roberts Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 18, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Swaim Associates

                                                                       Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                      Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                           Sitework Improvements
                 1         3        Asphalt parking has cracks and binder is deteriorating.
                                                Crack fill and seal coat all asphalt parking areas.
                 2         3        Broken / cracked sidewalks on pedestrian routes.
                                                Replace broken concrete sidewalk sections on pedestrian routes.
                 3         4        Play court striping faded.
                                                Clean and recoat / re-stripe play courts.
                 4         4        Sand play areas have compacted sand and areas low.
                                                Replace sand with wood chips.
                 5         3        Miscellaneous gates are bent. In one location the tension wire is broken.
                                                Repair gates and tension wire.
                 6         3        Sidewalk scupper is plugged at east side.
                                                Clean out scupper.
                 7         4        2 Wood ramadas require painting.
                                                Repaint ramadas.
                 8         4        There are (2) double units, good condition, 5 singles and (2) trailers that require paint (2) missing skirting.
                                                Repaint portables and install skirting on 2 units.
                 9         3        Water sits adjacent building on north side.
                                                Infill to improve damage.

II                                                                                       Interior Building Improvements
                 1         4        Carpet is soiled and worn throughout.
                                                 Replace carpet.
                 2         4        Interior painting - overall in good condition - door frames and trim are nicked.
                                                 Repaint interior trim and selected walls.
                 3         4        Ceiling tiles in corridor are stained at mechanical unit locations. Some restroom hard ceilings are damaged.
                                                 Replace ceiling tiles in corridors, repair hard ceilings.
                 4         3        Door locks require adjustment. Doors rub frames.
                                                 Replace locksets and make hardware and door adjustments throughout.
                 5         3        Toilet partitions damaged, misc. broken tiles, missing soap dispensers.
                                                 Repair selected partitions and make other repairs.
                 6         4        Classroom cabinet doors have chipped doors and require adjustment. Most cabinets are serviceable.
                                                 Replace damaged doors and make adjustments.
                 7         2        Several significant cracks at exterior walls, Room #5.
                                                 Investigate, repair cracks.
                 8         4        Blinds in MPR in poor condition.
                                                 Replace blinds in MPR.

III                                                                                     Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Exterior is brick masonry. There are several holes, broken brick and cracks that require repair. Site walls in poor condition.
                                                Repair brick to prevent water penetration. Repaint site walls at patio.
                 2         3        Building trim, fascias, windows are in fair condition.
                                                Repaint select exterior doors and trim in most weathered locations.
                 3         3        Exterior doors have missing seals and weatherstripping.
                                                Replace exterior weatherstripping on doors.
                 4         3        Roof appears to be in good condition, there are signs of small leaks, some flashings require caulking.
                                                Recaulk counterflashings.
                 5         3        Roof on kitchen requires work along drip edge. Fascia is deteriorated.
                                                Reroof to increase slope. Repair fascia.
                 6         4        Unwanted roof access at 2 locations.
                                                Install barrier to prevent roof access.
                 7         3        Large masonry crack allows water penetration.
                                                Seal / repair crack.

IV                                                                               Equipment and Special Construction
                 1         4        Chalkboards appear to be original and are very worn.
                                              Replace chalkboards and tackboards
                 2         4        Miscellaneous food service equipment deficiencies.
                                              Provide and install food service equipment per TUSD Food Service List

V                                                                                        Mechanical Systems
                 1         1        Handicap plumbing fixtures do not meet ADA requirements.
                                              Install new plumbing fixtures that meet ADA requirements.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Roberts Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 18, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Swaim Associates

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             2         3                                                              Sitework
                                Numerous plumbing fixtures are old or do not function properly.Improvements
                                            Repair or replace inoperative plumbing fixtures.
             3         1        Chiller and boiler occupy the same room.
                                            Provide gas shut-off valve, refrigerant monitor and ventilation.
             4         3        Fancoil units are original and require replacement.
                                            Replace fancoil units.
             5         3        Computer rooms are very warm
                                            Install dedicated HVAC for computer rooms.

VI                                                                                         Electrical Systems
             1         1        Toilet rooms and conference rooms do not have fire alarm strobe lights per ADA requirements.
                                             Add fire alarm strobe lights - 23 locations. Will also require addition of power supply.
             2         1        Emergency lighting units throughout building are not functioning or at end of life.
                                             Replace emergency battery lights throughout building.
             3         1        Electric outlets in Kitchen should have GFCI protection per NEC 210.8.
                                             Change wiring devices to be GFCI type.
             4         1        Wall mounted lights in classrooms over chalkboards are not securely attached to brick wall.
                                             Remount fixtures with suitable anchors to brick walls, 22 rooms.
             5         2        Room 13: Clock missing.
                                             Provide clock.
             6         3        Several wire mold raceways and outlets have come loose from brick walls.
                                             Campus wide resupport surface electrical raceways and boxes mounted on brick walls.
             7         3        Light fixture lenses broken or missing in Rooms 154, 157, PT5.
                                             Repair or replace fixtures as appropriate.
             8         4        Room 115: Tel/Data MDF Room is also used as office storage space.
                                             Relocate storage so that Room 115 can be dedicated MDF Room.
             9         4        No security system in kitchen.
                                             Add security and temperature control system in kitchen. Add cabling system

VII                                                                                       General/Remodeling
             1         4        Kitchen is evaporative cooled.
                                             Install air conditioning and replace hood.
             2         3        Site currently has 9 portable classrooms.
                                             Consider a classroom addition.
             3         4        Insufficient kitchen space.
                                             Add additional kitchen space.




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Robins Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                May 25, 2005
Architectural Firm:            EMC2 Group, Architects

                                                                     Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                    Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                          Sitework Improvements
                 1         4        Landscaping: Amphitheater area turf is gone, now dirt.
                                                Install approx. 4000 SF of sod.
                 2         2        Bus Bay: School has problems with direction of traffic and drop off students having to cross the driveway.
                                                New Bus Bay and parking lot under construction.
                 3         2        Fields: Fields are scattered clups of grass, weeds, and patches of dirt. They are unkept and could be considered a tripping
                                                Recommend re-grading fields and planting new grass. Approx. 110,000 SF.
                 4         1        Fall Zones: Hard packed sand in fall zones at play areas.
                                                Replace sand fall zone with district standard wood chips.
                 5         1        Play Equipment: 3 sand diggers have worn out bushings causing injury hazards.
                                                Replace bushings on sand diggers.
                 6         2        Play Equipment: Concrete footing exposed at spring animal apparatus.
                                                Cover with recommended wood chips from item I-d

II                                                                                  Interior Building Improvements
                 1         4        Doors: Some doors have loose closer covers, fall off when opened.
                                              Fasten covers properly.
                 2         1        Doors: Classroom doors are fire rated at the corridor. Many doors have wedges propping them open, this is a violation of code.
                                              Remove wedges from rated doors.
                 3         1        Other: Several storage closets have items stacked closer than 18" from the ceiling.
                                              Add additional space, cabinetry for storage, and re distribute stored items to comply with code, pricing included in Item
                 4         1        Other: Mechanical room 59 used as storage. Items may not be stored within 36" of an electrical panel.
                                              Redistribute storage as provided in Item II-c.

III                                                                                  Exterior Building Improvements
                                    Roofing/ Flashing: Small hole in roof above CR 15, allowing water to penetrate and damage ceiling tile. At CR 10, water is
                 1         3        penetrating at cmu wall.
                                               Repair roof and replace flashing at specified locations.

V                                                                                         Mechanical/Plumbing Systems
                 1         1        Ceiling tiles have water stains from roof leaks, piping leaks, or condensation.
                                                 Repair roof leaks, piping leaks, and/or piping insulation.
                 2         1        All thermostats exceed ADA height of 48" above finished floor.
                                                 Relocate thermostats to maximum height of 48" above finished floor and provide vented locking box cover.
                 3         2        Boiler in gym/kitchen does not have emergency shutoff valve.
                                                 Provide emergency shutoff valve in gas supply line.
                 4         1        Kitchen does not have Ansul system or Gas shut-off valve.
                                                 Provide Ansul & Gas shut-off valve interlock.
                 5         1        Kitchen is evaporatively cooled.
                                                 Provide air conditioning system.
                 6         1        Multipurpose room is evaporatively cooled and heated with unit heaters w/o outside air.
                                                 Provide air conditioning system and required outside air.
                 7         2        Janitor's sink has chemical mixing apparatus without reduced pressure backflow preventer.
                                                 Provide reduced pressure backflow preventers on water lines serving janitor's sink.
                 8         1        Computer Lab in library is converted classroom with insufficient air conditioning.
                                                 Provide sufficient air conditioning for computer and occupant loads.
                 9         4        Existing units are connected to programmable thermostats not addressable through TUSD energy management system.
                                                 Provide direct digital controller for each AC-Unit and connect to TUSD energy management system.
                10         1        ADA restrooms have handles on incorrect side of fixtures.
                                                 Provide ADA fixtures with ADA handles on proper side.
                11         2        Main electrical room has not air conditioning equipment.
                                                 Provide air conditioning equipment for main electrical room.

VI                                                                                           Electrical Systems
                 1         2        Exterior Lighting needs maintenance, repair and upgrading.
                                                 Maintain/replace and provide additional parking area and exterior building lighting. Conform with current IESNA design
                                                 standards, IBC exterior emergency egress lighting requirements and local outdoor lighting code. Address pigeon
                                                 perching considerations.
                 2         1        Interior lighting needs maintenance, repair, and group relamping of existing T8 systems to provide adequate lighting levels for
                                                 Maintain, replace, relamp and provide appropriate lighting levels. Provide upgraded T8 lamps in existing troffers.
                 3         1        Questionable intelligibilty of common area PA system spoken word announcements due to speaker spacings. Add approximately
                                    20 units.
                                                 Upgrade/augment existing intercom system speakers in corridors and exteriors.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Robins Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                May 25, 2005
Architectural Firm:            EMC2 Group, Architects

                                                                 Architectural Assessment Survey
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                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



             4         1                                                                  Sitework Improvements
                                Fire alarm system does not include adequate A/V devices per ADA requirements and currently enforced NFPA audibility
                                requirements. Many existing devices are installed at non-ADA approved mounting heights.
                                             Relocate existing devices/provide new devices at ADA prescribed heights, Provide additional A/V devices throughout
                                             classrooms, offices, etc. and add initiation devices in selected areas.
             5         1        Not all exit lights and emergency lights are operational, current emergency egress illumination values do not meet current
                                UBC/IBC requirements. Add/replace approximately 25 units.
                                             Test all emergency lights and exit lights, replace and/or provide additional exit and emergency lights.
             6         1        Various spaces and equipment yards require additional circuitry and/or GFCI personnel protection.
                                             Provide additional circuitry and GFCI devices/circuit breakers.
             7         2        Recommend cleaning and PM actions for SES and at downstream panelboards.
                                             Perform SES/panel cleaning activities and PM program including thermal scans, feeder torquing, etc.
             8         4        Interior lighting and exterior lighting controls require upgrading for IECC 2003 compliance and to save energy for 52,000 sq. ft.
                                             Provide time of day and/or motion sensor controls per IECC for interior and exterior lighting.
             9         2        Grounding at MDF is not up to standards
                                             Provide proper bonding of MDF/IDF equipment racks, protector blocks, etc.

VII                                                                                  General/Remodeling
                                Student population increase has created a need for additional classrooms. There are currently 3 portables on site. School is
             1         2        requesting 4 additional permanent classrooms per original 1996 design. Several storage areas are at capacity.
                                           Buildout planned classroom expansion with additional gang toilets and storage areas.
             2         2        Kitchen Survey Upgrades.
                                           Provide walk-in cooler and freezer and combi oven.




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Robison Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 27, 2005
Architectural Firm:            EMC2 Group, Architects

                                                                      Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                     Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
    Category




                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                              Sitework Improvements
                 1         4        Landscape: School is poorly landscaped. Few trees, planter boxes are barren, and dust problems where grass is not growing.
                                                 Recommend site and building perimeter landscaping. Approximately 25,000 SF of arid landscaping.
                                    Exterior lighting: Lights in poor condition, security lighting only, school has to use portable lights and extension cords for courtyard
                 2         3        events.
                                                 Provide additional lighting, 8-fixtures, in the courtyard area, as well as 4 exterior receptacles for additional portable
                                                 lighting or other uses.
                                    Parking: Staff utilizes district owned parking lot adjacent to site. New parking lot closer to main building preferred by school,
                 3         3        however area is limited.
                                                 Improve sidewalk from staff parking area to school building. Add 1000 SF of new sidewalk
                                    Driveways: Small staff parking area andd parent drop off area creates undesirable conditions. New larger and longer drop off
                 4         3        area preferred.
                                                 Extend driveway and provide traffic/ pedestrian control design for driveway.
                                    Play Equipment: Some older play equipment in poor condition and partial or hard packed sand in fall zones. School lacking a
                 5         2        dedicated kindergarten play area.
                                                 Replace older equipment with new equipment and district standard wood chips in fall zones. Provide play area in west
                                                 courtyard.
                                    Courts: South basketball court severely cracked causing tripping hazard, as well as weeds growing in the cracks. Paint is
                 6         1        unreadable. All basketball backboards are wood and in poor condition.
                                                 Demo court and provide new basketball court, with new striping and replace all basketball backboards. 3200 SF of
                                                 court and 8 backboards.
                 7         3        Drainage: School has drainage problems at the concrete area in front of the new MPR. Severe ponding occurs.
                                                 Rework sidewalk area so it drains properly away from buildings. Approx. 2800 SF demo and replace sidewalk.
                 8         4        Other: School would prefer to have an access drive that extends to the new MPR
                                                 Provide gravel driveway from MPR to street at north side of school. 450' drive at 20' wide. Approx. 9000 SF.

II                                                                                      Interior Building Improvements
                 1         2        Partitions/ doors: Approx. 5 doors do not operate without excessive force.
                                                Provide new doors and frames at 5 locations, 1 double louvered door, and 4 HM doors.
                 2         3        Ceiling: Several damaged ceiling tiles.
                                                Replace approx. 800 SF of 2x4 tiles, and 200SF of 2x2 tiles.
                 3         3        Flooring: Carpet and VCT in poor condition throughout school.
                                                Provide new carpet and VCT in all classrooms and admin area. Approx. 17000 SF - @$38/sq.yd. = $71,500 carpet,
                                                and 6500 SF - @$1.80 sq.ft. = $11,700 VCT.
                 4         3        Blinds/ Shades: Several damaged blinds throughout school.
                                                Replace all vertical blinds with horizontal blinds.
                 5         2        Other: New MPR needs accoustical treatment.
                                                Install acsoustic panels. Approx 9600 SF - @$2.00 sq.ft. of paneling.

III                                                                                   Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         4        Paint/ Stucco Repair: Existing paint on metal doors and coping is faded.
                                               Paint doors and coping.
                                    Window Glass/ Screens: Glass Masonry Units in need of replacement at various locations. Approximately 20 damaged units.
                 2         3        Multi Purpose room windows damaged by vandalism.
                                               Replace 20 glass masonry blocks. Replace Multi purpose windows and recommend add exterior protection against
                                               vandalism.
                 3         3        Approximately 6 doors do not open close without excessive force. Repair.
                                               Repair or replace doors and frames at these locations.
                                    Roofing/ Flashing: Built up roofing in need of replacement. Several areas have damaged flashing and coping. Leaks causing
                 4         3        damge at other areas.
                                               Install new roofing and flashing. 55,000 SF - $320/100sq.ft.

IV                                                                               Equipment and Special Construction
                 1         3        Millwork: Generally in poor condition. Several areas with rotted or termite damaged millwork, missing knobs and hardware as well.
                                               Replace all cabinet doors and hardware.

V                                                                                       Mechanical/Plumbing Systems
                 1         1        Ceiling tiles have water stains from roof leaks, piping leaks, or condensation.
                                                 Repair roof leaks, piping leaks, and/or piping insulation.
                 2         1        All thermostats exceed ADA height of 48" above finished floor.
                                                 Relocate thermostats to maximum height of 48" above finished floor and provide vented locking box cover.
                 3         2        Janitor's closet is not properly ventilated.
                                                 Add exhaust fan to serve janitor's closet & undercut door.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Robison Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 27, 2005
Architectural Firm:            EMC2 Group, Architects

                                                                 Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                            Suggested Corrective Action



             4         1        Kitchen does not have Ansul system or Gas shut-off Sitework Improvements
                                                                                         valve.
                                             Provide Ansul & Gas shut-off valve interlock.
             5         1        Drinking fountains are all the same height and do not meet ADA requirements.
                                             Provide dual-height drinking fountains per building to meet ADA requirements.
             6         1        Multipurpose Room leaks at air conditioning during rainfall.
                                             Patch leaks in roof at MPR air conditioning unit.
             7         2        Janitor's sink has chemical mixing apparatus without reduced pressure backflow preventer.
                                             Provide reduced pressure backflow preventers on water lines serving janitor's sink.
             8         4        Existing units are connected to programmable thermostats not addressable through TUSD energy management system.
                                             Provide direct digital controller for each AC-Unit and connect to TUSD energy management system.
             9         1        Some condensate discharges to grade at wall or in walkway.
                                             Provide splash block for condensate or relocate termination away from walking areas.
            10         1        Mold growth due to moisture above ceilings from leaks.
                                             Cost can not be determined without further study and evaluation of facility.
            11         2        Main electrical room has not air conditioning equipment.
                                             Provide air conditioning equipment for main electrical room.

VI                                                                                          Electrical Systems
             1         2        Exterior Lighting needs maintenance, repair and upgrading.
                                             Maintain/replace and provide additional parking area and exterior building lighting. Conform with current IESNA design
                                             standards, IBC exterior emergency egress lighting requirements and local outdoor lighting code. Address pigeon
                                             perching considerations.
             2         1        Interior lighting needs maintenance, repair, selective modernizations from T12 to T8 and group relamping of existing T8 systems
                                to save energy and provide adequate lighting levels for 41,000 sq. ft.
                                             Maintain, replace, relamp and provide appropriate lighting levels. Provide upgraded T8 lamps in existing troffers and
                                             replace T12 fixtures with T8 fixtures.
             3         1        Questionable intelligibilty of common area PA system spoken word announcements due to speaker spacings. Add approximately
                                20 units.
                                             Upgrade/augment existing intercom system speakers in corridors and exteriors.
             4         1        Fire alarm system does not include adequate A/V devices per ADA requirements and currently enforced NFPA audibility
                                requirements. Several devices are installed at non-ADA approved mounting heights.
                                             Relocate existing devices/provide new devices at ADA prescribed heights, Provide additional A/V devices throughout
                                             classrooms, offices, etc. and add initiation devices in selected areas.
             5         1        Not all exit lights and emergency lights are operational, current emergency egress illumination values do not meet current
                                UBC/IBC requirements. Add/replace approximately 25 units.
                                             Test all emergency lights and exit lights, replace and/or provide additional exit and emergency lights.
             6         2        Additional telecom jacks are warranted in library.
                                             Add telecom jacks at library
             7         2        Recommend cleaning and PM actions for SES and at downstream panelboards.
                                             Perform SES/panel cleaning activities and PM program including thermal scans, feeder torquing, etc.
             8         4        Interior lighting and exterior lighting controls require upgrading for IECC 2003 compliance and to save energy for 41,000 sq. ft.
                                             Provide time of day and/or motion sensor controls per IECC for interior and exterior lighting.
             9         1        Various spaces and equipment yards require additional circuitry and/or GFCI personnel protection.
                                             Provide additional circuitry and GFCI devices/circuit breakers.
            10         2        Stage platform has marginal lighting and PA system
                                             Provide new lighting and PA system at platform
            11         2        Grounding at MDF/IDFs is not up to standards
                                             Provide proper bonding of MDF/IDF equipment racks, protector blocks, etc.

VII                                                                                     General/Remodeling
             1         4        Ramadas: Paint is faded and peeling.
                                           Re-paint.
             2         1        Gas Meter: Exposed to children at playground area. Potential safety issue.
                                           Enclose gas meter with chain link enclosure.
             3         1        Play Area Surfacing/ Play Equipment: Separate kindergarten play area desired, fall zones have hard packed sand.
                                           Replace sand fall zones with wood chips, add play area with equipment for dedicated kindergarten area.
             4         3        Library Space: School is deficient in adequate SF for library.
                                           Addition to library, approx 100 SF needed.
             5         4        Work Space: Staff work space and additional storage desired.
                                           Provide additional SF for work space and storage. Approx. 750SF
             6         4        Auditoriums: Platform trim and floor is in poor condition.
                                           Replace platform flooring and trim.


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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Robison Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 27, 2005
Architectural Firm:            EMC2 Group, Architects

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             7         2        Kitchen Survey Upgrades.                          Sitework Improvements
                                          Provide milk case, hood with make-up air unit, reach-in hot serve table, safe and security system.




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Rogers Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 19, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Swaim Associates

                                                                     Architectural Assessment Survey
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I                                                                                           Sitework Improvements
                 1         3        Asphalt parking has cracks and binder is deteriorating.
                                                Crack fill and seal coat all asphalt parking areas.
                 2         3        Broken / cracked sidewalks on pedestrian routes.
                                                Replace broken concrete sidewalk sections on pedestrian routes.
                 3         4        Play court striping faded - (1) court badly cracked.
                                                Clean and recoat / re-stripe play courts - (1) new court.
                 4         4        Sand play areas have compacted sand and areas low. Ladder to triangle is loose.
                                                Replace sand with wood chips, tighten ladder.
                 5         3        Some gates do not close well. Perimeter fence is only 4' high.
                                                Adjust gates and install a 5' high perimeter fence.
                 6         4        2 Wood ramadas require painting.
                                                Paint ramadas.
                 7         4        Uneven areas throughout fields, d.g. areas in poor condition.
                                                Selective head adjustments, fertilize turf and supplement d.g. areas.

II                                                                                       Interior Building Improvements
                 1         4        Carpet is soiled and stained throughout.
                                                 Replace soiled carpet.
                 2         4        Interior painting - overall in good condition - door frames and trim are nicked.
                                                 Repaint interior trim and selected walls.
                 3         4        Ceiling tiles are generally in good condition. There are some damaged tiles.
                                                 Replace tiles in select areas.
                 4         3        Locks require adjustment. Doors rub frames.
                                                 Make hardware and door adjustments throughout.
                 5         4        Classroom cabinet doors have chipped doors and require adjustment. Most cabinets are serviceable.
                                                 Replace damaged doors and make adjustments.
                 6         3        Paint peeling in several classroom restrooms.
                                                 Prepare walls and repaint.
                 7         4        Window blinds in MPR poor condition.
                                                 Install new window blinds in MPR.

III                                                                                     Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Exterior is brick masonry. There are several holes, broken brick and cracks that require repair.
                                                Repair brick to prevent water penetration.
                 2         3        Building trim, fascias, windows are in fair condition.
                                                Repaint select exterior doors and trim in most weathered locations, particularly at the library.
                 3         3        Exterior doors have missing seals and weatherstripping.
                                                Replace exterior weatherstripping on doors.
                 4         3        Roof appears to be in good condition, there are signs of small leaks, some flashings require reinstallation and caulking.
                                                Recaulk counterflashings.
                 5         4        Unwanted roof access.
                                                Install barrier to prevent roof access.

IV                                                                               Equipment and Special Construction
                 1         4        Miscellaneous food service equipment deficiencies.
                                              Provide and install food service equipment per TUSD Food Service List.

V                                                                                              Mechanical Systems
                 1         3        Air conditioning system serving Classrooms 163, 165, 169 & 170 and Conf Room 174 is obsolete.
                                                Install new package rooftop gas/electric air conditioning units.
                 2         3        Air conditioning unit serving Library is old and has outlived its useful life.
                                                Replace air conditioning unit.
                 3         2        Air conditioning unit serving data room is not working.
                                                Install new air conditioning unit.
                 4         3        Numerous plumbing fixtures are old or do not function properly.
                                                Repair or replace inoperative plumbing fixtures.
                 5         3        Complete room used on weekends and difficult to start HVAC.
                                                Modify controls to allow initiating unit in computer room.

VI                                                                                        Electrical Systems
                 1         1        Fire alarm manual stations mounted too high for ADA compliance.
                                               Relocate fire alarm stations, 3 locations.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Rogers Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 19, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Swaim Associates

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             2         1        Rooms 172, 173 and library building do not have fire Sitework Improvements
                                                                                       alarm notification appliances per ADA and NFPA-72.
                                            Add fire alarm strobe lights to meet ADA and Code.
             3         1        Emergency lighting units throughout building are not functioning or at end of life.
                                            Replace emergency battery lights throughout building. (Except not new Activity Bldg.)
             4         1        Toilet room 140: Receptacle outlet should be GFCI protected.
                                            Change wiring device to be GFCI type.
             5         1        Room 118: Copier is plugged in using extension cord.
                                            Provide permanent receptacle outlet at copier location.
             6         2        Room 159: Clock not operational.
                                            Replace clock.
             7         3        Electric panel in Library was not replaced in previous bond work and is nearing end of lifespan.
                                            Replace electric panel.
             8         3        Lights in Library are controlled by switching breakers in the electric panel.
                                            Provide light switching system, with occupancy sensing controls in addition to wall swts.
             9         3        Library has two broken light fixture lenses.
                                            Replace lenses.
            10         4        Rooms 169, 170, 171, 172, 173 have incandescent lighting. High maintenance and wastes energy.
                                            Replace with fluorescent lighting system
            11         4        Some parts of building do not have occupancy sensing lighting controls.
                                            Add occupancy sensing light switching to rooms not having it now.
            12         4        No security system in kitchen.
                                            Add security and temperature control system in kitchen. Add data cabling.

VII                                                                                       General/Remodeling
             1         4        Kitchen is evaporative cooled.
                                            Install air conditioning and hood in kitchen.
             2         4        TUSD List - replacement of playground equipment (allowance)

             3         4        Insufficient kitchen space.
                                             Add additional kitchen space.




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Rose Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 25, 2005
Architectural Firm:            John R. Kulseth Associates, Ltd.

                                                                    Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                   Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
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                        Assigned
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                                               Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                       Sitework Improvements
                 1         4        Irrigation uses potable water.
                                                 TUSD study estimate to connect system to reclaimed water after main line is extended to Pueblo High School
                 2         1        Vehicular sequences from south are unclear
                                                 Add signage to improve traffic flow.
                 3         4        Landscape character at south entry seems sparse.
                                                 Augment desert landscaping, developing more interest at the ground plane.

II                                                                                    Interior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Plastic laminate millwork at Administration and assorted rooms are in poor shape.
                                                Replacement warranted, consider optional finishes.
                 2         1        Condensation leaks from ceiling HVAC equipment is damaging ceilings
                                                After repairing HVAC, replace ceiling tiles
                 3         2        Moveable partition at Chapter One rooms is broken
                                                Fix partition.
                 4         1        The mechanical room at the west generates considerable interior noise
                                                Augment absorption in the room and sound seal the door.

III                                                                                 Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         4        Paint is faded (being aware the scheme is pastel).
                                                Repaint the building
                 2         4        Dumpsters are not enclosed.
                                                Enclose dumpsters in yard.
                 3         4        Concrete masonry at Kindergarten yard is damaged.
                                                Do necessary, minor repairs.
                 4         4        Screen s to stop Pigeon roosting at the entryway is not in keeping with design.
                                                Develop a more artful solution.
                 5         1        Kindergarten play yard wood chips seem spare.
                                                Augment wood chips as needed.

V                                                                                            Mechanical Systems
                 1         1        There is a problem with the condensate drains. About 1/4 of the fan coil units above the ceiling are leaking and destroying the
                                                Add cleanouts and clean lines.
                 2         4        The control system for the fan coil units is pneumatic throughout the school. The covers have been loosened or removed.
                                                Extend the EMCS to all classrooms.
                 3         3        The evaporative cooler makeup air unit to the kitchen is extremely rusted and past the end of its useful life.
                                                Replace makeup air unit.
                 4         4        The kitchen area is warm and should be air conditioned.
                                                Air condition kitchen.
                 5         1        The cooling tower shows some signs of calcium buildup on the outside.
                                                Clean and service tower.
                 6         1        The condenser water tubes should be checked to what condition the condenser water tubes are in.
                                                Check and clean condenser tubes.
                 7         1        There is an Ansil fire protection system but there is no gas shutoff valve in the gas line.
                                                Add SOV.
                 8         2        The boiler is in the same room as the chiller.
                                                It should be either separated or a solenoid valve and refrigerant detector installed in the room.
                 9         1        Water treatment is available, but the tank appears to be empty.
                                                Update water treatment.
                                    HVAC system is a 4-pipe water cooled chilled and heating water system with plate and frame economizer. Control system is CSI
                10         3        with an operator's workstation and equipment room. Recommend re-commissioning HVAC system for better performance and
                                                Re-commission HVAC system.
                11         1        Ventilation air in the various classrooms is below current ASHRAE standards.
                                                Rebalance and increase ventilation air to all classrooms.
                12         2        Range requires hood
                                                provide hood over range
                13         2        Kitchen, is evap. cooled, dry storage area not conditioned
                                                Air Condition kitchen including dry storage area
                14         2        Kitchen, requires hand sink
                                                Provide hand sink

VI                                                                                        Electrical Systems
                 1         2        Exterior Lighting needs maintenance, repair and upgrading.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Rose Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 25, 2005
Architectural Firm:            John R. Kulseth Associates, Ltd.

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                                                                                          Sitework Improvements
                                             Maintain/replace and provide additional parking area and exterior building lighting. Conform with current IESNA design
                                             standards, IBC exterior emergency egress lighting requirements and local outdoor lighting code. Address pigeon
                                             perching considerations.
             2         4        Interior lighting needs maintenance and group relamping of existing MH and T8 systems to provide proper lighting levels for
                                             Maintain, replace, relamp and provide appropriate lighting levels. Provide upgraded T8 lamps in existing troffers.
             3         1        Questionable intelligibility of common area PA system spoken word announcements due to speaker spacings. Add approximately
                                20 units.
                                             Upgrade/augment existing intercom system speakers in corridors and exteriors.
             4         1        Fire alarm system does not include adequate A/V devices per ADA requirements and currently enforced NFPA audibility
                                requirements. Many existing devices are installed at non-ADA approved mounting heights.
                                             Relocate existing devices/provide new devices at ADA prescribed heights, Provide additional A/V devices throughout
                                             classrooms, offices, etc. and add initiation devices in selected areas.
             5         1        Not all exit lights and emergency lights are operational, current emergency egress illumination values do not meet current
                                UBC/IBC requirements. Add/replace approximately 40 units.
                                             Test all emergency lights and exit lights, replace and/or provide additional exit and emergency lights.
             6         2        Remote clocks are not working properly.
                                             Repair clock system.
             7         2        Recommend cleaning and PM actions for SES and at downstream panelboards.
                                             Perform SES/panel cleaning activities and PM program including thermal scans, feeder torquing, etc.
             8         4        Interior lighting and exterior lighting controls require upgrading for IECC 2003 compliance and to save energy for 78,000 sq. ft.
                                             Provide time of day and/or motion sensor controls per IECC for interior and exterior lighting.
             9         1        Various spaces require additional circuitry and/or GFCI personnel protection.
                                             Provide additional circuitry and GFCI devices/circuit breakers.
            10         2        Exterior conduits at cooling tower yard are rusting out at grade.
                                             Repair/ replace conduits to avoid conductor damage.
            11         2        Kitchen needs an intrusion detection (security) system that is controlled from within the kitchen space. Food service would like to
                                know who disarms system each time.
                                             Provide security system independent from building security system. Remotely monitor at TUSD security. Provide
                                             feature to identify the individual disarming system.
            12         2        Walk in freezer and walk in refrigerator (see below) will require remotely monitored temperature sensor and alarm.
                                             Provide temperature sensor alarm for two walk in boxes monitored at food service and TUSD security
            13         2        Point of sale cash registers require data cabling to kitchen computer and electrical power in floor
                                             Cut in floor boxes at cash registers and wireway to kitchen computer

VII                                                                                        General/Remodeling
             1         2        School lacks walk in freezer
                                           Install walk-in freezer exterior to kitchen with access from inside building
             2         2        School lacks walk-in refrigerator
                                           Install walk-in refrigerator exterior to kitchen with access from inside building
             3         2        School lacks wall safe
                                           Install 1 cubic foot capacity wall safe in kitchen area
             4         2        School lacks dish washing machine
                                           Provide dish machine complete with floor sink and plumbing supply
             5         2        School lacks combi oven-steamer
                                           Provide combi oven-steamer complete with floor sink and plumbing supply




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Roskruge K-8 Bilingual Magnet School
Date Surveyed:                July 27, 2005
Architectural Firm:            The Orcutt/Winslow Partnership

                                                                      Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                     Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
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I                                                                                            Sitework Improvements
                 1         4        Landscape: Existing plant materials sparse. No ground cover for dust control. No definition of turf/planting areas.
                                                Add additional plant material. Modify and/or add irrigation for new plants. Provide concrete mowing curb to separate
                                                grass & non-grass areas. Prune existing vegetation. Remove dead vegetation. Clean up landscape areas.
                 2         2        Sprinkler System conversion to Reclaimed Water: Irrigation system not converted to reclaimed water.
                                                Convert irrigation system to reclaimed water. If feasible and available.
                 3         2        Parking Lots: Pavement worn, cracking with exposed aggregate.
                                                Repair cracks and holes. Install 1” overlay and restripe.
                 4         2        Bus Bay: No paved walk area between sidewalk and curb.
                                                Install concrete pavement adjacent to bus bay.
                 5         2        Driveways: Pavement worn, cracking with exposed aggregate. Drive at Second Avenue does not allow for minimum “sight
                                                Repair cracks and holes. Install 1” overlay and restripe. Revise remaining wall/fence configuration and drive apron to
                                                allow for proper site line.
                 6         3        Sidewalks: Open expansion joints allowing water infiltration and vegetation growth.
                                                Clean out and fill expansion joints.
                 7         2        Courts/Play Courts/Equipment: Play courts along Second Avenue cracked beyond repair. Play courts to South have minor
                                                Replace courts along Second Avenue. Seal cracks, resurface, restripe courts at South of drive.
                 8         2        Ball Fields: Backstop in poor condition.
                                                Replace backstop.
                 9         2        Drainage/Erosion: Water damage evident at lower level adjacent to service area. Water damage evident at North and West
                                    building perimeter below grade.
                                                Verify trench drain/area drain capacity and function at service area. Add additional drain and/or water stop as required.
                                                 Remove existing sealants at building perimeters, clean out joints and reinstall proper sealants/backers.
                10         1        ADA Upgrades and Accessibility Routes: Ramp from Second Avenue not ADA compliant.
                                                Renovate to meet ADA.
                11         2        Fencing/Walls: Perimeter fencing appears too low. Fence at East parking area along Second Avenue is not at required guardrail
                                    height. Retaining wall at 6th Street entry stairs beginning to fail.
                                                Replace perimeter fence. Repair cracking and install reinforcing ties at retaining wall.
                12         1        Other: Parent drop area is in adequate.
                                                Install pavements (walk & curbs), striping and signage at this area.
                13         1        Exterior Lighting: Insufficient parking lot area lighting.
                                                Add additional lights.

II                                                                                     Interior Building Improvements
                 1         2        Partitions/Door: Several broken and/or damaged doors damaged partition corners.
                                                Replace with item matching doors. Repair corners and provide corner guards.
                 2         4        Paint and Wall Coverings: Paint worn.
                                                Patch & paint.
                 3         4        Ceilings: Stained tiles at Library.
                                                Replace.
                 4         2        Flooring: Sheet goods flooring joints separating at all areas.
                                                Repair and provide transition strip as required.
                 5         1        ADA Restroom Upgrades and Accessibility Routes: Restroom do not meet ADA standards. Handrails at stairs do not meet ADA
                                    standards.
                                                Renovate restrooms to meet ADA standards. Replace handrails to meet ADA standards.
                 6         4        Drapes/Blinds: Broken and non-operational.
                                                Replace approximately 50%.

III                                                                                    Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         2        Weatherproof Paint/Stucco Repair: Loose and missing mortar at cast concrete elements at all entries.
                                               Repair and repaint all mortar joints. Seal concrete.
                 2         2        Walls and other Structural Elements: Termite damage evident at lower level S.E. quadrant.
                                               Degree of infrastructure unknown at this time. However, it appears that approximately 200 sf of below grade wood
                 3         1        Window Glass/Screens: Flexiglass at various windows. Window locks missing, windows not secured close.
                                               Replace flexiglass approximately 5%. Repair window locks or shut window closed permanently.
                 4         2        Roofing and Flashing: Coating over PVC membrane is “alligatored”. Some flashings pulling away. Repairs on PVC membrane
                                               Power wash and recoat PVC membrane with high solids roof coating. Repair/replace flashings as required, clean and
                                               property repair flashings and seams at various locations. Clean out and seal gutters. Replace displaced roof tiles.
                 5         4        Other: Bird screen at both interior light wells damaged. Ceramic tile at South entrance grout missing in areas.
                                               Repair bird screen as necessary. Regrout ceramic tile.

IV                                                                                  Equipment & Special Construction


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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Roskruge K-8 Bilingual Magnet School
Date Surveyed:                July 27, 2005
Architectural Firm:            The Orcutt/Winslow Partnership

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             1         4        Millwork: Finish on all casework worn.                   Sitework Improvements
                                              Refinish.
             2         1        Other: Stairs non-slip tape worn or missing.
                                              Remove existing and provide new non-slip thread tape.
             3         4        Food Service Equipment: Various Kitchen equipment and systems need replacement per TUSD Food Service Department.
                                              Replace dishwasher, hoods over ovens, entry security, temperature security, walk-in freezer, walk-in refrigerator,
                                              faucets and drains at 3 compartment sink, combination oven-steamer, beverage or milk case refrigerator, safe and add
                                              hand sink.
V                                                                                          Mechanical Systems
             1         4        Energy Management Control Systems (EMCS): The school is equipped with an existing EMCS. The system is a combination
                                pneumatic/electronic type system. It appears the system is operational and is utilizing existing manual thermostats and all the
                                water systems are controlled with DDC or pneumatic controls devices.
                                              Recommend installing DDC thermostats in order to perform scheduling and night setback functions. Upgrade existing
                                              EMCS system to accommodate new thermostats.
             2         2        HVAC Systems: The indoor HVAC system appears to be less than ten years old. The system is a four pipe, chilled and hot water,
                                utilizing air cooled chillers and gas fired boilers. The air systems are generally individual cabinet style fan coil units serving the
                                classroom wings and common areas. The only component of the original system left over from the old system appears to be the
                                boiler. The Auditorium is served with several outdoor air handling units. Outside air is ducted from a fan to each fan coil unit, but
                                does not appear to be tempered. Relief air is vented into the ceiling space of the corridors, then ducted outside to a relief fan.
                                           The following areas require further attention: 1)The classroom fan coil units are cabinet type with integral supply
                                           registers. They are located exposed in the classroom and are very noisy on medium and high fan speeds. Outside air
                                           is ducted directly to the return side of the fan coil and appears to be untempered outside air. These units are typically
                                           in the small tonnage range (1 to 4 tons) and do not have much cooling coil capacity. In speaking with the onsite
                                           maintenance person, there are constant complaints above the system. If the outside air is not tempered, the fan coil
                                           does not have the capacity to heat or cool the outside air sufficiently and handle the classroom load of students and
                                           lights. Recommend tempering the outside air with chilled and hot water. 2) The classroom fan coil units are very noisy
                                           on medium and high fan speeds. In order to get sufficient cooling, the units must be turned to high speed, causing
                                           excessive fan and air noise in the classroom. These fan coils with belt drive type, constant speed and install some air
                                           distribution ductwork and diffusers to dampen the air noise.
                                           3) The existing boiler appears to be the original boiler and is past it‟s useful life. Recommend replacing boiler with high
                                           efficiency type. 4) No balancing dampers are installed in the outside air ventilation ductwork system. Recommend
                                           installing balancing dampers and performing air balance.
             3         1        Other: Drinking fountains not ADA compliant.
                                           Replace drinking fountains.

VI                                                                                        Electrical Systems
             1         1        Lighting: Some lamps in fixtures were not working. There is no emergency lighting in all the classrooms, restrooms, kitchen,
                                nurse, teacher‟s lounge and conference rooms. Lens cover is missing on an emergency light fixture in the auditorium. Lamp is
                                hanging down on an emergency light fixture in the library.
                                           Replace all lights with T-8 fixtures. Provide new emergency light fixtures in all the classrooms, restrooms, kitchen,
                                           nurse, teacher‟s lounge and conference rooms. Remount lamp or provide a new emergency fixture in the library.
             2         1        Fire Alarm Systems: More hardware/new panel may be required for complete audio/visual coverage. There is no fire alarm
                                audio/visual coverage in the classrooms, admin areas, nurse and auditorium balcony. Need additional fire alarm audio/visual
                                coverage in the auditorium. There is no smoke detector coverage throughout the school.
                                           System should be tested to verify that it is working properly. Verify that it is a class “A” system. Provide complete fire
                                           alarm audio/visual coverage for all habitable spaces, (except private offices), as required by the NFPA. Provide
                                           complete smoke detector coverage as required by the NFPA. Provide new hardware in the existing FACP or a new
                                           FACP as required. Note: Per the State Fire Marshall only (2) manual pull stations are required in a school – one at the
                                           admin exit and one at the kitchen exit. All others can be removed to prevent nuisance triggering of the fire alarm
             3         2                   system.
                                Tele Data Cabling: Classrooms in new schools are each designed for approx. (10) data drops, which does not appear to be the
                                case in the over 90% of the classrooms.
                                            System should be tested to verify that it is working properly. Provide approx., 6-8 new data drops in all the deficient
                                            classrooms.

XI                                                                                     General/Remodeling
             1         2        Ramadas: Roofing and siding in poor condition at N.W. yard. Ramada at N.E. yard beyond repair.
                                           Reroof, reside and repaint N.W. ramada/Remove and replace ramada at N.E. yard.
             2         2        Play Area Surfacing/Play Equipment: Play equipment is minimal. No curb to contain/separate sand play area. Play areas have
                                compacted sand.
                                           Install additional play equipment and surfacing. Install curb at sand areas. Replace sand with manufactured wood



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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Safford Magnet Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 28, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Arquitectura, Ltd

                                                                      Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                     Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
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               Number


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I                                                                                           Sitework Improvements
                 1         1        Elementary school - east play area - grass area slopes from east to west, towards elementary
                                    school east entry. When heavy rains come, water enters east school entry & floods hallway
                                    & classrooms E207 & E208.
                                                Construct a retaining wall @ southwest corner of play area to divert water to street.
                                                Also, import soils to raise play area for proper drainage & raise irrigation to new levels.
                 2         3        South sand bay -Sand play areas hard and compacted.
                                                Replace sand areas with wood chips.
                 3         3        South chip bay -Wood chips low and sparse out under equipment.
                                                Redistribute chips and add more as needed.
                 4         4        Parking lot puddles in NE corner.
                                                Correct drainage problem by using a combination of speed bumps and/or saw cutting drainage
                                                grooves into the asphalt.
                 5         3        Area at East entry to kitchen floods.
                                                Install dry-well & repair sidewalk/entryway.

II                                                                                     Interior Building Improvements
                 1         2        Original school VCT tile is worn & should be replaced. Tile has blistered & is causing a tripping
                                    hazard. Carpet in all classrooms & administration office is also worn & should be replaced
                                    with sheet vinyl flooring.
                                                Install new flooring throughout elementary school. 27,789 s.f. x 4.50/ s.f. =
                 2         3        Ceilings throughout school do not have insulation.
                                                Install new R-30 batt insulation throughout elementary school. 27,789 s.f. x .80/ s.f. =

                 3         1        Elementary school building has a serious dust problem. Dust has collected over the years in the plenum
                                    spaces above ceilings. Custodians have to wear air masks to work in plenum spaces.
                                                Remove all ceiling tiles & vacuum ceiling tiles & vacuum ductwork in plenum spaces. Reinstall
                                                ceiling tiles. 27,789 s.f. x .1.10/ s.f. =
                 4         2        Existing staff restrooms are not handicap accessible.
                                                Upgrade staff restrooms for handicap access.

III                                                                                    Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         2        Wood windows/doors @ elementary school have deteriorated; frames are coming apart & are leaking. TUSD
                                    has replaced very few of these windows.
                                                Replace existing wood windows with new steel or hollow metal. 108 windows/doors x $500 each.
                 2         1        School has termite problem. You can see termite veins along exterior walls. TUSD has
                                    sprayed termites but problem continues & damage has not been repaired.
                                                Treat walls, floor slabs & soil around building for termite infestation. Hire expert to
                                                assess extent of termite damage.
                 3         2        Stucco is coming off the exterior of the building. Constant maintenance problem. Recently,
                                    stucco is coming off @ the rainwater downspouts.
                                                Temporary patch repair for approx. 2,000 s.f. @ $20.00/ s.f. =
                 4         1        North-East corner of school reported leakage. Probable structural damage.
                                                Structural assessment and repair might be required. TUSD to review.
                 5         2        Extensive stucco repairs along w/ peeling of existing paint on building will require re-painting of building.
                                                Paint exterior of entire building. 14336 s.f. x $ 1.1. /s.f. =
                 6         2        Rainwater downspouts are located at wrong areas/ at doors.
                                                Relocate rainwater downspouts.

IV                                                                                   Equipment and Special Construction
                 1         3        Computer Laboratory windows do not have security metal screens.
                                                Install security metal screens on library exterior windows.
                 2         4        Original black chalk boards and cork strips are in need of replacement.
                                                Replace chalkboards with new Marker boards. Replace cork strips with cork boards
                                                84 nos chalkboards @ $ 250 ea.= $21000, 84 nos corkboards @ $ 100 ea. =$8,400.

V                                                                                          Mechanical Systems
                 1         3        Room 127, there are electrical panels located inside an air plenum, which is against the building code.
                                             Relocate electrical panels as required.
                 2         3        Restroom 42A has lever handles on the restroom lavatories, which does not meet TUSD standards.
                                             Replace with mechanical stop or IR faucets.
                 3         3        Room 6 the fan coil unit is not working.
                                             Repair and/or replace unit.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Safford Magnet Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 28, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Arquitectura, Ltd

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             4         3        Boys' restroom 26, the exhaust is not working.      Sitework Improvements
                                            Repair and/or replace unit.

VI                                                                                           Electrical Systems
             1         2        Generally, throughout the entire school, there is a shortage of wall outlets & computer jacks.
                                             Install additional wall outlets & computer jacks throughout school.
                                             24,000 s.f. x $2.00/ s.f. =
             2         1        Exit and emergency lighting is in poor condition and outdated. Only some operate properly.
                                             Replace existing with new.
             3         1        Exterior lighting is in poor condition and a mix of light fixture types.
                                             Replace existing with new and add new light fixtures.
             4         1        South classrooms have parabolic lense with exposed lamps which are not safe if lamps break.
                                             Replace existing with new lensed light fixtures.
             5         2        Kitchen equipment assessment needs affect power, teledata, and security.
                                             Add power, teledata, and security at kitchen.

VII                                                                                    General / Remodeling
             1         4        Inadequate waiting area and office space.
                                          Office space addition. 500 s.f. x 120/ s.f. =




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                  Schumaker Elementary School
Date Surveyed:           July 15, 2005
Architectural Firm:       Earl Kai Chann Associates, Ltd.

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I                                                                                     Site Work Improvements
                 1         2        Numerous depressions in play field, especially at batting area @ each backstop with severe ponding:
                                            Regrade and re-sod. 32,000s.f. x $0.40/s.f.
                 2         3        Central Courtyard grass is dead, vegetation not maintained:
                                            Provide new irrigation and re-sod. Select native plants and replant. 4,600 s.f. x $2.00/s.f.
                 3         3        Outdoor garden (north of classroom wing) is unattended and cluttered:
                                            Clean up and remove unused items, re-grade and re-surface with D.G. 2,670s.f.x $0.50/s.f.
                 4         3        Sprinkler system conversion to reclaimed water:
                                            Per Doug Crockett, unlikely conversion candidate. More than 1/2 mile from any (e) or proposed reclaimed water
                                            line. Replace existing irrigation system. L.S.
                 5         1        Main parking off Maguire: ADA path from designated van parking was painted yellow with a few wheel stops aligned as
                                    barricades, which interferes with existing drive. Parking lot is undersized and conflicts with Parent Drop Off:
                                            Reconfigure and provide a permanent designated path safe for foot traffic and auto traffic. L.S.
                 6         2        Parent drop-off and pick-up bays along McGuire are split into two sections with parking lot entrance at middle. The
                                    south section is not being used because it is too far from the campus, and the north section is not sufficient for daily
                                            Combine the two sections, and re-design entrance to main parking. Reconfigure and provide a permanent,
                                            designated path safe for foot traffic and auto traffic.
                 7         2        Concrete slab at basketball court (South Play Field) has extensive, major cracks:
                                            Remove and replace with new. Stripe play surface. 4,000s.f.x $2.50/s.f.
                 8         3        Existing shade structure and asphalt drive south of building, erosion around column footing; Asphalt deteriorating:
                                            Remove structure and asphalt drive (it was built for modular buildings, which have since been removed off
                                            site), regrade and re-sod. 1260 s.f. x $2.00/s.f.
                 9         2        Erosion at edge of concrete slab and asphalt paving. Area south of slab is draining towards the building:
                                            Regrade, add concrete curb, concrete sidewalk and provide D.G. 200 l.f. x $8.00/l.f. + 1,500 s.f x $0.50/s.f. =
                                            $1,600 + $750.00
                10         1        Concrete slab outside south entrance has too steep a drop to play area finished grade. Not ADA accessible, and
                                    there is not an ADA accessible route to play area:
                                            Regrade and provide ADA accessible route to different play area from building. 3,860 s.f. x $2.50/s.f.
                11         2        Basketball court (west side) has minor cracks at concrete courts and asphalt courts:
                                            Patch concrete courts. 4,000 s.f. x $1.00/s.f. Replace asphalt courts with new concrete courts. 4,000 s.f. x $
                                            3.50/s.f. Refinish and restripe all play surfaces. 8,000 s.f. x $1.00/s.f. to restripe. = $4,000 + $14,000 + 8,000
                12         2        Concrete slab and asphalt outside west building entrance - Erosion at edge of concrete slab and asphalt paving. Area
                                    south of slab is draining towards the building:
                                            Reconfigure the hard surface area, regrade and provide D.G.1,250 s.f. (included in Item 10, Section 1)
                13         2        Chain link baseball backstops are old and rusty and damaged:
                                            Replace. L.S.
                14         1         Play area at NW corner of campus: Shade structure is dated. Play equipment is in conflict with existing shade
                                    structure columns. Fibar needs constant refill, play equipment is outdated.:
                                             Replace shade structure, play equipment, refill fibar, provide safe clearance around equipment. Shade
                                            structure $8,000 + play equipment $30,000+ fibar 6000 s.f. x $2.00/s.f. = $8,000 + $30,000 + $12,000
                15         1         Sand play area (south), play sand is compacted and hard, and full of weeds. Play equipment is out-dated and not safe.
                                             Replace play sand with fibar. Replace play equipment. Fibar 9500 s.f. x $2.00/s.f. + play equipment $30,000 =
                                            $19,000 + $30,000

II                                                                              Interior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Partitions are in fair condition:
                                            Repaint administration wing, M.P. Room, all toilet rooms and some misc. rooms. 16,800 s.f. x $1.50/s.f.
                 2         2        Door/ frames worn and chipped, some hardware sets are not working properly:
                                            Stain doors and repaint door frames . Replace with new hardware. 122 doors & Frames x $200/ door +
                                           60x$600/ Hardware = $24,400 + 36,000
                 3         2        Ceiling Tiles missing and/or damaged:
                                            Replace ± 200 panels, x $10.00/panel.
                 4         2        Existing carpet is splitting at seams and worn at Library and 6 classrooms:
                                            Replace. Library 1720 s.f. + 840 s.f. x (6) = 6,760 s.f. x $4.50/s.f.
                 5         2        VCT flooring is damaged at different sections in Hall:
                                            Replace ± 600 s.f. with new VCT x $2.20/s.f.
                 6         3        Missing or damaged ceramic tile at CT wainscot around classroom door:
                                            Replace. 23 doors x 18 l.f./door = 414 l.f. x $ 20.00/l.f.
                 7         1        Toilet Rooms are not ADA accessible:
                                            Modify existing and renovate. L.S.
                 8         2        Multi-Purpose Room curtain is sagging and not operating correctly:
                                            Replace. 60 l.f. x $ 100.00/l.f.
                 9         2        Blinds in 4 classrooms are damaged:

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                  Schumaker Elementary School
Date Surveyed:           July 15, 2005
Architectural Firm:       Earl Kai Chann Associates, Ltd.

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                                        Replace. 4 x 12 x $240/ window          Site Work Improvements

III                                                                          Exterior Building Improvements
              1         3        Stucco is cracked and chipped near front entry:
                                         Patch, refinish, and paint. L.S.
              2         3        Vent screed at soffit are damaged and falling off
                                        Replace. L.S.
              3         2        Fascia is discoloring and rusting.
                                        Replace damaged, refinish and repaint. L.S.
              4         3        Exterior doors and frames are faded in color:
                                        Repaint. 24 doors x $100.00/door
              5         2        Weather stripping and door bottoms not provided at all exterior doors:
                                        Provide at all exterior doors. 24 doors x $400/door
              6         2        Roof is in fair to poor condition, had numerous complaints:
                                        Reseal / caulk around all roof penetrations. Replace. 40,606 s.f. x $2.00/s.f.

IV                                                                         Equipment and Special Construction
              1         2        Cabinets in Library office and Library doors are not closing, veneer is peeling off at shelf top:
                                        Replace. 50 l.f. x $380/l.f.
              2         2        Sink base cabinets are dated, veneer is falling off, counter tops are splitting in 12 classrooms:
                                        Replace. 26 l.f. x (12) = 312 l.f. x $380/l.f.
              3         2        Kitchen equipment survey prepared by Pam Palmo
                                        Provide additional equipment

V                                                                                     Mechanical Systems
              1         2        The air handler serving the multi-purpose room is leaking at the coil section:
                                        Unit does not have condensate trap. Provide condensate trap and re-pipe drain line.
              2         2        There is pipe insulation at the various air handlers in need of repair/replacement:
                                        Replace pipe insulation at mechanical rooms.
              3         3        There are five (5) old toilets (not low flow type) in need of replacement:
                                        Replace toilets
              4         2        The exterior drinking fountain on the south side is cracked:
                                        Replace drinking fountain
              5         4        The school does not have an energy management control system:
                                        Provide energy management control system
              6         3        The existing air handlers are original and in need of replacement:
                                        Replace air handlers.
              7         4        Convert existing two-pipe system to a four-pipe system to improve comfort control:
                                        Provide four-pipe system
              8         4        The kitchen is served by a make-up unit:
                                        Replace make-up air unit with an air conditioning system. Provide new hood, exhaust fan and electrical.

VI                                                                                   Electrical Systems
              1         3         Exterior lighting needs maintenance, repair and upgrading
                                          Maintain, repair, relamp and provide additional parking area and exterior lighting. Conform with current design
                                         standards and outdoor lighting code.
              2         4         Interior lighting needs maintenance, repair, relamping, lighting level review and controls. Classrooms have strip
                                 fluorescent lighting.
                                          Maintain, repair, relamp and provide appropriate lighting levels and motion sensor controls. Provide upgraded
                                         classroom lighting and controls.
              3         1         Various code violations due to using equipment areas for storage and not allowing immediate access to electrical
                                 equipment.
                                          Provide additional storage rooms.
              4         1         Existing outdoor service equipment has large amount of debris in it.
                                          Clean
              5         1         Not all exit lights and emergency lights are operational.
                                          Check out and test all emergency lights and exit lights.

VII                                                                              General/Remodeling
              1         2         Multi-Purpose Room is undersized for the student population, and there is no toilet room available for public functions:
                                          Add 3,000 s.f. to Multi-Purpose Room and two toilet rooms. 3,000 s.f. x $150.00/s.f.
              2         2         Existing storage building and ramada (South): metal fascia is rusting, corroded, and separating. Metal roof panels are
                                 sagging:

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                  Schumaker Elementary School
Date Surveyed:           July 15, 2005
Architectural Firm:       Earl Kai Chann Associates, Ltd.

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                                                                                   Site
                                        Replace and paint damaged ramada. L.S. Work Improvements
             3         2        Open trellis at front entry, paint is fading. Structural members only with no shade:
                                        Provide shade structure (deck) to connect Multi-Purpose room to front entry. 2350 s.f. x $15.00/s.f.
             4         2        District has provided noise abatement blanket wrapped around the compressors, but still noisy per TUSD.
                                        Construct new sound wall around equipment




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Sewell Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 26, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Albanese/Brooks Architects

                                                                      Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                     Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
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I                                                                                           Sitework Improvements
                 1         1        Existing parking area requires three accessible parking space, one of which should be van accessible.
                                                Restripe northern center parking area to provide 3 accessible spaces, one of which is van accessible. Provide
                                                accessible parking signage. Relocate Principal parking space.
                 2         1        Accessible route is required from accessible parking to the building.
                                                Provide paint-strip accessible parking route to building across drive.
                 3         1        Drainage from roof on east side runs across sidewalk along Sahuara Street.
                                                Regrade ground between building and sidewalk, install 2 Type 2 sidewalk scuppers.
                 4         1        Accessible route is required from building to public transportation on 5th St.
                                                Provide new sidewalk from end of existing sidewalk on Sahuara St. to existing sidewalk on 5th St. (1,550 sf @ $8.00).
                 5         2        Additional parking is needed for staff and parents.
                                                Add 25 additional parking spaces by adding additional paving area south of existing parking area (11,000 sf @
                 6         3        Paving needs to be resurfaced and re-striped.
                                                Provide seal coat and re-stripe the parking and drives (29000 sf AT $.50/sf).
                 7         4        Recycle dumpster is parked in driveway.
                                                Create dumpster enclosure adjacent to existing to contain recycle dumpster.
                 8         1        Walkways and ramps to portables do not comply with ADA
                                                Remove asphalt walks and metal ramps, provide accessible route to comply with ADA
                 9         4        Large pond accumulates in concrete area between building and portable B3
                                                Replace concrete to eliminate pond (750sf @ $8.00/sf).
                10         4        Skateboarders are damaging the edge of the concrete planter approaching the main entry.
                                                Install intermittent steel angle pieces on edge of planter wall to discourage skateboarders.

II                                                                                       Interior Building Improvements
                 1         1        Nurses Toilet 109 is not accessible.
                                                 Remodel to enlarge Toilet 109 by consuming adjacent Storage 110. Relocate north wall of Storage 110 to provide 18"
                                                 clear space on strike side of existing door. Install new toilet with seat height between 17" and 19". Relocate lav.
                                                 Install piping insulation Install new rear and side grab bars. Install new toilet accessories. Install new mirror and soap
                 2         1        Girls Toilet dispenser. made fully accessible.
                                                 119 can be
                                                 Remove existing toilet partitions and replace with new. Remove and abandon second of five toilets from east.
                                                 Relocate easternmost toilet rough-in to 18" from toilet centerline to wall. Install new toilet with seat height between 17"
                                                 and 19". Install new grab bars at easternmost toilet. Install new toilet accessories in three remaining toilets. Reinstall
                                                 one lav per ADA requirements. Install lever faucet at reinstalled lav. Install pipe insulation at reinstalled lav.
                 3         1        Boys Toilet 124 can be made fully accessible.
                                                 Remove existing toilet partitions and replace with new. Relocate westernmost toilet rough-in to 18" from toilet
                                                 centerline to wall. Install new toilet with seat height between 17" and 19". Relocate easternmost of two toilets to be
                                                 60" from the centerline of the westernmost toilet. Install new grab bars at westernmost toilet. Install new toilet
                                                 accessories in two stalls. Remove and abandon westernmost of the 5 urinals. Replace one of the remaining urinals
                                                 with an new urinal with an extended bowl. Reinstall one lav per ADA requirements. Install lever faucet at reinstalled
                 4         1        Men's Staff Toilet 130
                                                 Remove existing toilet partitions and replace with new 36" wide stall with side door per ADAAG 4.14.3 Exception.
                                                 Relocate toilet to 18" from toilet centerline to wall. Install new grab bars at westernmost toilet. Install new toilet
                                                 accessories in accessible stall. Install pipe insulation at lav. Remove privacy wall and reinstall to provide 54" clear
                                                 width for side approach exit door. Remove existing urinal and install new urinal with extended bowl.
                 5         1        Women's Staff Toilet 131 can be made fully accessible.
                                                 Remove existing toilet partitions and replace with new. Remove and abandon easternmost of two toilets. Relocate
                                                 westernmost toilet to 18" from toilet centerline to wall. Install new grab bars at westernmost toilet. Install new toilet
                                                 accessories in accessible stall. Install pipe insulation at lav. Relocate soap dispenser to be within 20" diagonal reach
                                                 of lav. Remove privacy wall and reinstall to provide 54" clear width for side approach exit door.
                 6         1        Boys Toilet 173 can be made fully accessible.
                                                 Remove existing toilet partitions and replace with new. Relocate southernmost toilet rough-in to 18" from toilet
                                                 centerline to wall. Install new toilet with seat height between 17" and 19". Relocate if possible or remove and abandon
                                                 northernmost of two toilets. Install new grab bars at southernmost toilet. Install new toilet accessories. Replace one
                                                 of the urinals with an new urinal with an extended bowl. Reinstall one lav per ADA requirements. Install lever faucet at
                                                 reinstalled lav. Install pipe insulation at reinstalled lav. Remove inside door and frame to toilet room, reinstall new
                                                 door and frame with hinge on opposite side.
                 7         1        Girls Toilet 176 can be made fully accessible.
                                                 Remove existing toilet partitions and replace with new. Relocate southernmost toilet rough-in to 18" from toilet
                                                 centerline to wall. Install new toilet with seat height between 17" and 19". Relocate if two remaining toilets and two
                                                 lavs to accommodate new fixture spacing. Install new grab bars at southernmost toilet. Install new toilet accessories
                                                 in three toilet stalls. Reinstall one lav per ADA requirements. Install lever faucet at reinstalled lav. Install pipe
                                                 insulation at reinstalled lav. Remove inside door and frame to toilet room, reinstall new door and frame with hinge on
                                                 opposite side.
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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Sewell Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 26, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Albanese/Brooks Architects

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              8         1                                                                 Sitework Improvements
                                 Room signage within school does not comply with ADA requirements.
                                              Provide new room signage for school.
              9         1        Office counter does not have a lower section to suit wheelchair users.
                                              Remodel office counter to accommodate handicapped
             10         1        Library 15 door closer does not meet ADA standards.
                                              Adjust or replace door closer.
             11         1        Multipurpose Room 157 door closers do not meet ADA standards.
                                              Adjust or replace two door closers.
             12         3        Ceiling damage in corridor 170 above slope portion of corridor. Apparent roof leak
                                              Replace damaged ceiling panels
             13         3        Kitchen range hood is old and room is evaporative cooled.
                                              Provide architectural alterations to suit new range hood, make-up air unit, and AC unit called out in Mechanical section
                                              of this report.
             14         3        Kitchen overhead coiling door is manual operation.
                                              Replace door with electrical powered unit.
             15         4        Principal 106 missing door stop and needs cove base repair.
                                              Install door stop and repair cove base.
             16         4        Classroom 2 VCT is curling.
                                              Replace damaged VCT (12 sf).
             17         4        Classroom 3 VCT is curling.
                                              Replace damaged VCT (12 sf).
             18         4        Girls Toilet 119 has damaged VCT at door.
                                              Replace damaged VCT (12 sf).
             19         4        Water stained ceiling tiles.
                                              Replaced water stained ceiling tiles (50 tiles).
             20         4        Library 15 is not carpeted
                                              Install carpet in Library 15
             21         4        Classroom carpet is in poor condition.
                                              Replace classroom carpet with VCT

III                                                                                Exterior Building Improvements
              1         1        Most exterior doors have old TUSD detail at sill, with a 3/4" to 1" change in elevation.
                                            Provide aluminum ramps at exterior doors to eliminate this barrier, remodel bottoms of doors, provide new thresholds
                                            and door bottom trim (15 @ $250.00).
              2         1        Roof leak at Corridor 170 where two roof slopes converge.
                                            Investigate and make corrections to eliminate leaks. Roof slopes are low sloped, and converge to create an even
                                            flatter valley condition
              3         1        Door to playground from Corridor 170 swings out over a 5 inch step, a code violation
                                            Remove concrete stoop, replace with higher stoop, add slope walkway to play area.

IV                                                                             Equipment and Special Construction
              1         2        Classrooms have green chalkboards
                                             Remove chalkboards and install two 4' x 10' whiteboards in 14 classrooms (28 @ $450.00).
              2         3        Ramada needs to be painted
                                             Paint ramada
              3         1        Old style steel pipe play equipment is hazardous.
                                             Remove steel pipe play equipment.
              4         4        West sand play area is compacted and filled with grass
                                             Remove grass and sand, replace with chopped bark per TUSD standard
              5         4        Central play structure need sun shade.
                                             Provide sun shade over central play structure.

V                                                                                       Mechanical Systems
              1         1        Chemical treatment system in Janitor Closet is connected direct to potable water at mop sinks. This is a code violation and health
                                 hazard.
                                            Provide backflow protection at these systems.
              2         1        Handicap plumbing fixtures do not meet ADA requirements.
                                            Install new plumbing fixtures that meet ADA requirements.
              3         1        Numerous plumbing fixtures are old or do not function properly.
                                            Repair or replace inoperative plumbing fixtures.
              4         1        Grease interceptor is in Kitchen and needs to be relocated to exterior.
                                            Relocate grease interceptor in Kitchen to exterior.
              5         1        Mechanical system accommodation to new walk-in refrigerator/freezer.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Sewell Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 26, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Albanese/Brooks Architects

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                                                                                       Sitework new dry storage.
                                            Relocate water heaters. Provide air conditioning to Improvements
             6         2        Faucets and bubblers on classroom sinks are old and in poor condition.
                                            Install new faucets and bubblers on classroom sinks.
             7         2        Classrooms are subject to wide swings in room temperature.
                                            Remove return air temperature sensors and install room temperature sensors.
             8         3        Electric water coolers are old and have outlived their useful life.
                                            Install new electric water coolers.
             9         3        Kitchen range hood is old and room is evaporative cooled.
                                            Install new hood, exhaust fan and new AC unit for kitchen.
            10         3        Kitchen water heaters are old and have outlived useful life.
                                            Install new water heaters.

VI                                                                                          Electrical Systems
             1         1        Fire alarm notification appliances are not installed per ADA and NFPA-72 requirements.
                                             Provide additional notification appliances in toilet rooms, conf. rooms and corridors.
             2         1        Fire alarm manual station at main entry door exceeds ADA mounting height requirement.
                                             Relocate fire alarm manual station.
             3         1        Newly installed kitchen hood switches are too high for ADA compliance.
                                             Relocate switches at new hood over oven and dishwasher hood to be lower.
             4         1        Electric outlets in Kitchen should be GFCI type per NEC 210.8
                                             Change electric devices to be GFCI type 8 locations
             5         1        Electric panel directories not accurate or not filled out.
                                             Update electric panel directories to accurately describe all circuits.
             6         1        Kitchen is evap. Cooled
                                             Electrical cost to upgrade to air conditioning in Kitchen and accommodate new walk-in refrigerator and freezer.
             7         3        Four electric panels are 1957 or 1960 vintage and are at end of useful life.
                                             Replace the panels.
             8         3        Existing manual coiling door at kitchen should be replaced with electrical unit.
                                             Provide power for replacement door.
             9         4        Light fixture in Kitchen staff toilet in incandescent type.
                                             Replace fixture with fluorescent fixture.

VII                                                                                     General/Remodeling
             1         1        Administration has poor visibility and control over main entrance.
                                           Remodel administration area to improve visibility and control of main entrance from office (700 sf @ $150.00/sf).
             2         1        Kitchen needs to be remodeled to accommodate new walk-in refrigerator and freezer.
                                           Provide new walk-in refrigerator and freezer in empty Mechanical Equip. room 160. Relocate water heaters to room
                                           160. Remove rooms 162, 163 and 164. Remodel 500 s.f. @ $150.00/s.f.
             3         1        Existing Special Needs classrooms 4 and 5 have inadequate toilet facilities. Existing portable classrooms and resource trailer are
                                in poor condition and should be replaced with permanent space.
                                           Construct a new classroom addition east of Classroom 14 and Corridor 170. Addition should contain two Special
                                           Needs Classrooms with adequate restroom facilities. Existing classrooms in portables B3 and J1 should be relocated
                                           into Classrooms 4 and 5 (3,000 sf @ $160.00/sf).




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Lowell Smith Elementary
Date Surveyed:                August 12, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Welman Sperides Mickelberg Architects

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I                                                                                          Sitework Improvements
                 1         4        Staff parking lot consists of only decomposed granite
                                                Replace with asphalt paving (Total of 15, 000 sq.ft)
                 2         1        Parking spaces not ADA compliant
                                                Provide ADA compliant parking
                 3         4        Fencing is less than 3'-0" high
                                                Provide new 5'-0" high fencing with new gates (Total of 2,200 lin. ft. and 6 gates)
                 4         4        Basketball courts need to be restriped
                                                Restripe basketball courts
                 5         1        No fencing around electrical equipment outside boiler room -- could create safety hazard
                                                Provide fencing around electrical equipmenTotal of 100 lin. ft)
                 6         2        Serious erosion outside boiler room
                                                Improve drainage with perforated pipe to eliminate erosion (total of 100 lin. ft.)
                 7         1        Sidewalk outside Rms 9, 10, 11 and 12 needs to be replaced -- tripping hazard
                                                Replace 1,500 sq. ft. of sidewalk
                 8         1        SW corner of building -- Decomposed granite washes onto sidewalks
                                                Add perforated pipe to direct water (Total of 50 lin. ft.)
                 9         3        Courtyard gates do not work well
                                                Replace existing gates with new (Total of 4)
                10         3        There is roof access from the electrical conduit near the front office, creating a safety hazard
                                                Add new fencing to prohibit access to the roof

II                                                                                     Interior Building Improvements
                 1         1        Closet doors have no inside trim -- could trap a child inside
                                               Replace lockset with new (Total of 8)
                 2         4        Glue on ceiling coming off in number of locations
                                               Repair ceilings (Total of 1,000 sq.ft.)
                 3         4        Rms 1, 3, 4, 14, 15 and 16 -- Plastic laminate countertop edges loose
                                               Replace exisiting plastic edging with new
                 4         4        Rms 1, 2, 3 and 9 -- Ceiling tile needs to be replaced
                                               Replace 200 sq. ft. ceiling tile in each room (Total of 800 sq. ft.)
                 5         4        Rms 9 and 10 -- Doors stick
                                               Adjust door hardware
                 6         4        Rm 6 -- Carpet seams need to be repaired
                                               Repair carpet seams
                 7         4        Rms 1, 2, 6 and 15 -- Doors won't latch
                                               Adjust door hardware
                 8         4        Rm 8 -- Carpeting needs to be replaced
                                               Replace carpeting in Rm 8 (Total of 830 sq. ft.)
                 9         2        Rm 27 Girls' Restroom -- Broken wall tile
                                               Repair/replace broken wall tile
                10         4        Administrative Area - Existing countertop is too high to see over
                                               Lower existing countertop

III                                                                                   Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         1        Roof leaks, ponds and collects leaves and debris
                                               Replace roof (Total of 40,000 sq. ft.)
                 2         4        North elevation -- jumbo brick needs to be cleaned and resealed
                                               Clean and reseal brick (Total of 10,000 sq. ft.)
                 3         4        Louvers at Rms 73, 24 and 24 need to be cleaned and repainted
                                               Clean and repaint louvers
                 4         4        Rm 24 -- Louver broken
                                               Replace louver
                 5         4        Stucco at Rm 24 louver needs to be repainted
                                               Repaint stucco
                 6         4        South side of building -- downspout gutter has temporary patch
                                               Replace downspout gutter
                 7         4        Existing Eaves throughout the building - holes need to be patched
                                               Patch holes in existing eaves (Total of 12 locations)

IV                                                                           Equipment and Special Construction
                 1         4        Kitchen has no Combination Oven-Steamer
                                               Add a new Combination Oven-Steamer to the Kitchen

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Lowell Smith Elementary
Date Surveyed:                August 12, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Welman Sperides Mickelberg Architects

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             2         4        Kitchen has no Beverage or milk Case Refrigerator Sitework Improvements
                                           Add a new Beverage or milk Case Refrigerator to the Kitchen
             3         4        Kitchen has no Reach-in Refrigerator
                                           Add a new Reach-in Refrigerator to the Kitchen
             4         4        Kitchen has no Hot Service Tables
                                           Add new Hot Service Tables to the Kitchen

V                                                                                     Mechanical Systems
             1         4        The abandon evaporative coolers are no longer needed
                                           Replace to allow the school to have additional storage space
             2         3        The Library air conditioning unit is obsolete
                                           Replace AC unit
             3         4        The Kitchen is evaporative cooled
                                           Provide air conditioning
             4         4        The Cafeteria is evaporative cooled
                                           Replace with air conditioning
             5         3        The mechanical faucets in the Restrooms for the girls and boys do not function properly
                                           Replace with IR sensor faucets
             6         1        Rm 27 - HVAC negative pressure too high -- can't open door easily
                                           Rebalance air flow
             7         1        The courtyard does not drain properly
                                           Investigate cause and modify storm sewer as required
             8         4        No Temperature Security System in kitchen
                                           Provide Temperature Security System
             9         4        Kitchen needs combi oven steamer
                                           Modify plumbing and mechanical as required for installation

VI                                                                                          Electrical Systems
             1         1        No fire alarm strobe installed - Rooms 45,9a,10a
                                             Provide fire alarm strobe (3 Total)
             2         1        No intercom speaker installed - Room 13
                                             Provide intercom speaker (1 Total)
             3         1        Soffit downlight fixtures not working - Rooms 47,58,36,61,63
                                             Repair light fixtures (25 Total)
             4         1        Light fixtures have burned out lamps - Rooms 32,11,7,6,5,39,38,13,2,27,18,73,15,16,17,67,68,69,63,63a,64
                                             Provide lamps for fixtures (30 fixtures Total)
             5         4        Missing cover plates on junction boxes - Rooms 18,13,24,73,
                                             Provide cover plates (6 Total)
             6         4        Missing cover plates on wiremold - Room 13
                                             Provide cover plates (1 Total)
             7         4        Classrooms have 1 set of switches for 2 exits
                                             Provide a set of (3)3-way switches at 2nd door (16 sets Total)
             8         1        Panel L is old
                                             Replace panel (1 Total)
             9         2        Receptacles within 6ft of any water source need to be GFCI protected or labled as protected - Room 49
                                             Replace receptacles (1 Total)
            10         1        No clock installed - Rooms 34,10,2
                                             Provide clock (3 Total)
            11         1        PA system microphone to be relocated
                                             Relocate PA microphone (1 Total)
            12         1        No Security lighting
                                             Provide security lighting
            13         1        No security installed - Kitchen
                                             Provide motion detector (2 Total)
            14         1        No power installed for AC unit - Kitchen
                                             Provide circuits and disconnect for AC unit (1 Total)
            15         1        No power installed for Reach-in Refrigerator - Kitchen
                                             Provide circuits and disconnect for Reach-in Refrigerator (1 Total)
            16         1        No tele/data installed - Kitchen
                                             Provide tele/data (3 Total)




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Soleng Tom Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                 08.03.05
Architectural Firm:            Earl Kai Chann Associates, Ltd.

                                                                       Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                      Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
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I                                                                                           Site Work Improvements
                 1         2        Landscape: Play field is in poor condition, with numerous depressions and sandy spots:
                                                Fill, regrade and re-sod. 20,000 s.f. x $0.40/s.f.
                 2         1        There is no ADA accessible route between building and play area:
                                                Provide. 725 l.f. x $10.00/l.f.
                 3         2        Drastic grade drop from playfield to east basketball court. Lots of runoff and spill over to top of concrete play court:
                                                Design and construct retaining wall to divert drainage away from play court. 80 l.f. x$80 / l.f.
                 4         2        CMU seating wall at east ramada is damaged:
                                                Repair. 10 l.f. x $80/l.f.
                 5         2        Two ramada roof and wood structures are rotting. Doors to storage are in poor condition.
                                                Replace roof and roof structure (per Terry Sonneleitner, Principal). Replace door. 2,250 s.f. x $40/s.f.
                 6         2        Sprinkler system conversion to reclaimed water:
                                                Per Doug Crockett, unlikely conversion candidate. More than 1/2 mile from (e) or proposed reclaimed water.
                 7         2        Visitor parking lot @ west side of campus is undersized, old, full of cracks. It also gets flooded after heavy rain storm:
                                                Expand parking lot (Consider to east side of bus bays). Repave. Re-evaluate the parking drainage and correct. (e)
                                                lot: 32,500 s.f. x $10.00 /s.f. + new at $100,000 = $325,000 + $100,000
                 8         2        Service drive on north side has numerous severe depressions:
                                                Remove, patch and pave. 16,400 s.f. x $1.50/s.f.
                 9         3        Nature trail at front of school has errosion problem:
                                                Regrade and correct. 12,475 s.f. x $0.50/s.f.
                10         3        Steps at exterior stair are chipped:
                                                Repair.
                11         2        Play area surface and equipment are dated:
                                                Upgrade and replace. (2) sand play areas with fibar = 7,360 s.f. x $ 2.00/s.f. + play equipment $3,000
                12         2        Fence at perimeter of playfield is not tall enough for security and for preventing objects thrown across.
                                                Provide 10'-0"H fence at east, 6'-0"H at rest (per Terry Sonneleitner, Principal). 662 l.f. x $22/l.f. + 1,800 l.f. x 12 l.f. =
                                                $14,600 + $21,600

II                                                                                     Interior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Partitions are in fair condition:
                                                Repaint all. 46,710 s.f. x $1.50/s.f.
                 2         2        Doors/Frames/Hardware are in fair to poor condition:
                                                Paint all of door frames (cost included in Item No. 1). Replace 1/2 of all hardware. 64 sets hardware x $600/set
                 3         1        Exit device not provided at exterior classroom doors (where two classrooms are connected):
                                                Provide. 12 doors x $300/door.
                 4         2        Ceiling panels are stained at numerous places:
                                                Replace. 40,926 s.f. x 20% = 8200 s.f. x $1.50/s.f.
                 5         2        Carpet is in very poor condition:
                                                Replace. 7,236 s.f. x $ 4.50/s.f.
                 6         3        Mini blinds are not working well, and span is too long:
                                                Replace all mini blinds, and use multiple sections at each window. 120 windows x $240/win.
                 7         2        VCT in some areas is damaged:
                                                Replace. 28,600 s.f. x 20% = 5720 s.f. x $2.20/s.f.
                 8         3        Ceramic tiles in some toilet rooms missing or damaged:
                                                Replace. 1200 s.f. (total T.R.) x $6.50/s.f.
                 9         2        Finish at stage steps is falling off:
                                                Replace. 170 s.f. x $5.00/s.f.
                10         1        ADA issues need to be addressed
                                                Review and renovate. (estimate L.S.)
                11         2        Acoustics inside MP room are poor:
                                                Renovate. L.S.
                12         2        Folding partition between classrooms 125 & 130, 129 & 134, 137 & 140, 166 & 168, 169 & 170, 171 & 172
                                                Provide new 2x4 sound wall at both sides of existing folding partition (per Terry Sonnleitner, Principal) 6 x $3,500.00 ea.


III                                                                                   Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         2        Weather stripping is old. Door bottoms are not provided:
                                                Replace with new. 43 doors x $400/door
                 2         2        Window glass panels are always damaged at floor level:
                                                Replace with tempered / laminated glass. L.S.
                 3         3        Exterior doors and frames and trims are faded:
                                                Repaint all door/frame/trim. 43 doors x $100/door
                 4         2        Roof is old, and has leak problems continously:

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Soleng Tom Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                 08.03.05
Architectural Firm:            Earl Kai Chann Associates, Ltd.

                                                                 Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
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                    Assigned
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                                            Suggested Corrective Action



                                           Replace. 46,710 s.f. x$10.00/s.f.       Site Work Improvements
             5         2        Roof drain/downspout not working well, water backing into class rooms:
                                           Redesign and replace. L.S.
             6         3        Sun Screen panel at exterior windows are damaged:
                                           Replace. L.S.

IV                                                                              Equipment and Special Construction
             1         2        Not enough bulletin board in M. P. Room:
                                             Provide eight (8) x $800/ea.
             2         2        Millwork in Library and Reception area are dated and not functioning well:
                                             Redesign and replace. = 62 l.f. x $380/l.f.
             3         2        Millwork in Classroom are dated, damaged. Some door panels are too big, starting to warp:
                                             Replace. 20'(22) = 440 l.f. x $380/l.f.
             4         2        Signs are not consistant throughout campus:
                                             Replace with new.
             5         3        Toilet partitions are dated and damaged:
                                             Replace. 16 x $800/each
             6         2        Kitchen equipment survey prepared by Pam Palmo
                                             Provide additional kitchen equipment

V                                                                                        Mechanical Systems
             1         2        The cooler serving the kitchen is in poor shape and is dumping water continuously.
                                            Replace existing cooler/ make-up air unit.
             2         2        The exposed exterior insulation on the cooler serving the kitchen is in need of replacement.
                                            Provide new insulation with sheet metal cover.
             3         4        The kitchen is served by an existing evaporite cooler.
                                            Replace evaporative cooler with an air conditioning system. Provide new hood, exhaust fan and electrical.
             4         2        An exterior drinking fountain is not operational
                                            Replace drinking fountain.
             5         2        Hot water is being provided to electric drinking fountain, per TUSD personnel.
                                            Repair water line and EDF
             6         4        Existing duct work was originally used for evaporative cooling, per TUSD personnel.
                                            Inspect duct work for potential leaks.

VI                                                                                          Electrical Systems
             1         1        No Fire Alarm notification appliances in toilets & conf. rooms per ADA and NFPA-72 requirements:
                                             Add strobe lights. 25 locations. Will also require additional NAC power supply.
             2         1        Corridor emergency lighting not sufficient per IBC 1006.3 requirements:
                                             Add emergency lighting units in corridors. 25 locations.
             3         1        Hot breaker found in Panel LE2:
                                             Should be immediately repaired, not deferred until FY2006.
             4         1        Classrooms with operable wall require lighted exit sign and emergency lights per IBC 1006.3:
                                             Add lighted exit signs and emergency lighting units. 12 classrooms.
             5         1        Classrooms #116 and 121 are over 1000SF, therefore require lighted exit signs & emergency ltg:
                                             Add lighted exit signs and emergency lighting units. 2 classrooms.
             6         1        Electric outlets within 6' of sinks should have GFCI protection:
                                             Change electric devices to be GFCI type 1 location in room #36.
             7         1        Electric outlets in Kitchen should be GFCI type per NEC 210.8:
                                             Change electric devices to be GFCI type 6 locations
             8         1        Exterior Lighting from parking lot to school main entrance is insufficient:
                                             Provide pole lights to provide exterior illumination. 2 pole lights required.
             9         1        There are insufficient electric outlets for computer usage without daisy chaining power strips:
                                             Provide additional electrical outlets adjacent to data jacks. 45 locations.
            10         2        Overloaded electric circuits reported in classrooms and faculty lounge:
                                             Rewire classrooms faculty lounge to provide more circuits. Will require 2 panels added.
            11         2        Exterior lighting around building perimeter is poor:
                                             Upgrade building exterior lighting system.
            12         2        Clocks not working or have been replaced with battery clocks:
                                             Replace broken or non-system clocks with new system clocks. 10 locations.
            13         2        No clock in teacher's work room:
                                             Install new clock, connected to clock system.
            14         3        Incandescent lights in library are high maintenance and energy wasters:
                                             Replace incandescent light fixtures in library with compact fluorescent fixtures.

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Soleng Tom Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                 08.03.05
Architectural Firm:            Earl Kai Chann Associates, Ltd.

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                                                                 Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
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                    Assigned
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                                            Suggested Corrective Action



            15         4                                                                Site
                                Interior lighting system uses old technology T12 lamps: Work Improvements
                                             Relamp and re-ballast existing light fixtures with T8 lamps/electronic ballasts
            16         4        No occupancy sensing lighting control system exists:
                                             Provide occupancy sensing light switching system.
            17         2        Kitchen is evap. cooled:
                                             Electrical cost to upgrade to Air Conditioning in Kitchen
            18         1        Exit lights do not function properly (per TUSD Risk Management):
                                             Correct.

VII                                                                                   General/Remodeling
             1         2        Lack of storage space @ administration wing:
                                           Provide. 100 s.f. x $160/s.f.
             2         3        Two (2) existing portables on site:
                                           Rennovate. 3,240 s.f. x $10.00/s.f.
             3         1        Play area at south has play sand and is very compacted. Play equipment is dated:
                                           Replace with fibar. Replace with new play equipment. 3760 s.f. x $2.00/s.f. + play equipment $30,000
             4         2        M.P. Room is undersized:
                                           Expand. 2600 s.f. x $150/s.f.
             5         1        Play area west of south classroom wing has compacted sand:
                                           Replace with fibar. 3600 s.f. x $2.00/s.f.




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Steele Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 25, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Earl Kai Chann Associates, Ltd.

                                                                      Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                     Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
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                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                           Site Work Improvements
                 1         3        Landscape area, east of building is full of dirt and debris, no vegetation:
                                                Clear, replant, and provide D.G. L.S.
                 2         2        Two concrete basketball courts at north east campus full of cracks:
                                                Replace. 6,150 s.f. x $ 3.50/s.f.
                 3         3        Dirt area along perimeter at north, west, and partial south - not maintained; Full of debris and weeds:
                                                Clean and provide D.G. 39,300 s.f. x $ 0.20 s.f.
                 4         2        Major depression at turfed play field, especially bad at north baseball backstop area:
                                                Regrade and re-sod. 45,000 s.f. x $ 0.40/s.f.
                 5         3        Drain daylight at west edge in the dirt area. Full of weeds:
                                                Need to clean up and rip rap. Provide drainage swale to lead water discharge toward the alley. L.S.
                 6         2        West concrete basketball courts full of cracks:
                                                Replace. 6,260 s.f. x $3.50/s.f.
                 7         2        Area around west basketball courts:
                                                Needs to be cleaned up and provide D.G. 2,470 s.f. x $ 0.20/s.f.
                 8         1        There is no ADA accessible route to west play ground area:
                                                Provide. 125 l.f. X $10.00/l.f.
                 9         2        Concrete slab west of building is full of cracks:
                                                Replace. 4,000 s.f. x $3.00/s.f.
                10         2        Concrete slab outside Mech. Room - too much erosion around slab:
                                                Regrade. 950 s.f. x $2.00/s.f.
                11         2        Drain spillway is blocked at east concrete sidewalk:
                                                Clean and regrade. L.S.
                12         1        Bicycle parking area outside east side of campus - all dirt and has a sharp drop:
                                                Regrade and provide D.G. 2,150 s.f. x $0.40/s.f.
                13         3        Brick screen wall at front entry from Sarnoff Drive is broken and pieces are missing:
                                                Repair. L.S.
                14         3        Enclosed yard at west of south classroom wing - full of dirt, not maintained:
                                                Clean up and provide D.G. 2,300 s.f. x $0.40/s.f.
                15         2        There are no soccer goal posts:
                                                Provide. L.S.
                16         2        Playground at north campus, sand is too compact, equipment is out of date:
                                                Replace with fibar. 4,200 s.f. x $2.00/s.f. + play equipment $30,000
                17         2        Playground at west campus - fibar is too low, concrete curbs are too high:
                                                Replace fibar and provide ADA accessible route from building to play area. 2,350s.f. x $2.00 (ADA access --> see Item
                                                8, Section 1).
                18         2        Play equipment in central courtyard does not have shade:
                                                Provide shade structure. L.S.
                19         2        Existing fence around playfield is not tall enough.
                                                Provide 6'-0"H fence around playfield (per Daniel Erickson, Principal). 1,760 l.f. x $12/l.f.
                20         2        Drainage south of south classroom wing is a problem.
                                                Correct (per Daniel Erickson, Principal). L.S.

II                                                                                        Interior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Partitions - numerous wall edge, corners and ends are damaged:
                                                 Patch, refinish and paint. 44,093 s.f. x $1.50/s.f.
                 2         2        Doors/frames/hardware are old, especially in the Administration wing:
                                                 Replace doors. Replace hardware in kitchen wing . 96 doors/frames x $700/door + 30 sets hardware x $600/set =
                                                 $67,200 + $18,000
                 3         2        Ceiling tiles are in bad condition. In the hallway, they are old and stained from the condensate drain pipes. In the classroom, they
                                    are all sagging. In the major entry vestibules, tiles are of mixed type (due to periodical replacement:
                                                 Provide 2x2 grid, in lieu of 2x4, and replace all tiles. 44,093 s.f. x $5.00/s.f.
                 4         2        Carpet in six (6) classrooms and in Administration Wing are torn, stained, and peeling off at seam:
                                                 Replace in 6 classrooms, Faculty Lounge, and Principal's Office (which is being converted to Reception). 5,615 s.f . X
                 5         2        VCT floor in some areas are popping off. Transition area at doorway to classroom is typically problematic:
                                                 Replace. 1800 s.f. X $2.20/s.f.
                 6         2        Black out shade at classroom doors are old and not operating well:
                                                 Replace. 23 shades x $60/shade
                 7         2        Mini blinds are not installed in Staff Work Room and a few other rooms:
                                                 Provide. 20 blinds x $240/blind

III                                                                                   Exterior Building Improvements
                 1         3        Exterior trims, fascias, gutter and downspouts are in poor condition:

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Steele Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 25, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Earl Kai Chann Associates, Ltd.

                                                                  Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                                 Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
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                                            Suggested Corrective Action



                                                                                          Site Work
                                             Repaint all. 1800 l.f. (perimeter of roof) x $10.00/l.f. Improvements
             2         3        Exterior doors and frames are fading:
                                             Repaint. 24 doors x $100.00/door
             3         2        Roof is over 10 years old. Near life expectancy. Metal cap and drip edge are falling apart:
                                             Replace. 42,500 s.f. x $10.00/s.f.
             4         2        Gutter at shade walkway are falling apart off, not maintained. Leaking at soffits:
                                             Redesign and replace. 100 l.f. x$20.00/l.f.
             5         2        Weather-stripping and door bottom missing on exterior doors:
                                             Provide at all exterior doors. 24 doors x $400.00/door
             6         3        Putty at all casement windows are in poor condition:
                                             Remove and reinstall. 67 windows x $100.00/window

IV                                                                             Equipment and Special Construction
             1         2        Millwork (counter top and base cabinets) in classrooms, especially the sink base units, are old and deteriorating:
                                            Redesign and replace with new. 36 l.f. (23 classrooms) = 830 l.f. x $380.00/l.f.
             2         2        Work counter in Library - too low and dated:
                                            Replace. 20 l.f. x$380.00/l.f.
             3         2        Millwork in Library Wash Room - dated and falling apart:
                                            Redesign and replace. 40 l.f. x $380.00/l.f.
             4         2        Toilet accessories (paper towel dispenser in particular) are old and rusted:
                                            Replace. L.S.
             5         2        Kitchen equipment survey prepared by Pam Palmo
                                            Provide additional kitchen equipment

V                                                                                        Mechanical Systems
             1         2        Classroom 21, 22, 23 are experiencing air conditioning difficulties.
                                            Replace air handler and provide new ductwork as required.
             2         2        Computer classroom 19 is experiencing air conditioning difficulties and is noisy.
                                            Replace air handler and provide new ductwork as required.
             3         3        The boiler, water heaters, and chillers are in the same room which is against code.
                                            Convert the mechanical room into refrigerant machinery room.
             4         2        Condensate lines for air handlers above clg. are experiencing condensate on exterior of pipe.
                                            Insulate the condensate lines.
             5         3        The existing air handlers are original and should be replaced
                                            Replace air handlers and include units on the EMCS
             6         4        Convert existing two-pipe system to a four-pipe system to improve comfort control.
                                            Provide four-pipe system. The existing air handlers will be replaced. Add air handler
                                            replacement costs.
             7         2        The flex connection serving the make-up unit is exposed to the weather and is deteriorating.
                                            Provide weathershield over flex connection.
             8         4        The kitchen is served by a make-up air unit.
                                            Replace make-up air unit with air conditioning system. Provide new hood, exhaust fan and electrical.

VI                                                                                         Electrical Systems
             1         3        Exterior lighting needs maintenance, repair and upgrading.
                                             Maintain, repair, relamp and provide additional parking area and exterior lighting. Conform with current design standards
                                             and outdoor lighting code.
             2         4        Interior lighting needs maintenance, repair, relamping, lighting level review and controls. Classrooms have strip fluorescent lighting.
                                             Maintain, repair, relamp and provide appropriate lighting levels and motion sensor controls. Provide upgraded
                                             classroom lighting and controls.
             3         1        Various code violations due to using equipment areas for storage and not allowing immediate access to electrical equipment.
                                             Provide additional storage rooms
             4         1        Not all exit lights and emergency lights are operational.
                                             Check out and test all emergency lights and exit lights.
             5         2        Existing sound system is inadequate.
                                             Replace head end unit of sound system and add speakers. L.S.

VII                                                                                  General/Remodeling
             1         2        M.P. Room/stage is undersized:
                                         Expand 2600 s.f. x $150.00/s.f.
             2         2        Ramada at north east campus is in poor condition:
                                         Repaint and re-roof. 650 s.f. x $20.00/s.f.
             3         2        Ramada at north campus - roof frame members are rotting:

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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                       Steele Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 25, 2005
Architectural Firm:            Earl Kai Chann Associates, Ltd.

                                                                Architectural Assessment Survey
                                                               Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                Problem Area Identified
Category




                    Assigned
           Number


                     Priority
            Item




                                           Suggested Corrective Action



                                                                                        Site Work Improvements
                                           Replace structure and provide new roof. 650 s.f. x $20.00/s.f.
             4         2        Ramada at west campus - roof frame members are also deteriorating. Attempts have been made to shore up the structure:
                                           Replace and provide new roof. 650 s.f. x $20.00/s.f.
             5         3        Two existing portables on site, exterior is deteriorating:
                                           Paint all exterior walls and trim. L.S.
             6         1        Men's and Women's toilet room at front entry do not have 18" clearance on pull side, not ADA accessible:
                                           Renovate. 350 s.f. (total) x $30.00/s.f.
             7         4        Major entry to school from Kenyon Drive parking lot:
                                           Design new entry feature to highlight the entrance. L.S.
             8         2        Newly renovated school reception area is too small
                                           Move existing CMU wall towards east by approximately 8'-0" (per Daniel Erickson, Principal). L.S.




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Tucson Unified School District No. 1
School:                        Tolson Elementary School
Date Surveyed:                July 25, 2005
Architectural Firm:            John R. Kulseth Associates, Ltd.

                                                                     Architectural Assessment Survey

                                                                    Detailed Problem Area Spreadsheet
                                    Problem Area Identified
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                        Assigned
               Number


                         Priority
                Item




                                                Suggested Corrective Action



I                                                                                           Sitework Improvements
                 1         1        ADA access to front of school is indirect and limited
                                                 Build new ramp at front of school
                 2         4        Ramada fascia and trim paint is faded and failing
                                                 Paint fascia and trim of Ramada
                 3         4        Irrigation system uses potable water
                                                 determine feasibility of running reclaimed water to site