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					ANACOSTIA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
     1601 16th Street, S.E., Washington, DC




             INITIAL YEAR BUILT               1935
             BUILDING AREA                    247,900 SF
             CURRENT PROGRAM CAPACITY         1040
             ENROLLMENT 2008                  953
             WARD                             8
             PROPOSED PROGRAM CAPACITY        1100




                                                  Site Plan




                                                              ANACOSTIA - 1
                              ANACOSTIA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                            1601 16th Street, S.E., Washington, DC




PROPOSED PROGRAM PROFILE
GRADE CONFIGURATION                             HS


SQ. FT. (EXISTING)                          274,000
SQ. FT. (ADDITION)


TYPE                                      PROPOSED                    TYPE                                     PROPOSED

Academic Classrooms                             33                    Auditorium                                      1
Science                                         8                     Technical Labs
Special Education                               3                     Main Office                                     1
Visual Arts                                     1                     Media Center                                    1
Band/Instrument/Choral                          2                     Administrative/Health Suite                     1
Gymnasium                                       1                     Cafeteria                                       1
Auxiliary Gymnasium                             1                     Kitchen                                         1
Fitness

Proposed Planning Profiles
The inventory of spaces listed here is intended to outline the program of educational and support spaces necessary to
support the proposed program capacity. Individual educational specifications and facility programs will be developed with the
School Improvement and School Planning / Design teams at the time of project initiation.




                                                                                                                            ANACOSTIA - 2
                                               ANACOSTIA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                                                      1601 16th Street, S.E., Washington, DC




CONDITION ASSESSMENT
                                                                                                    Building System                                                     2008 Rating
                                                                                                 ADA Compliance                                       Poor
                                                                                                 Conveying Systems                                    Unsatisfactory
                                                                                                 Electrical                                           Poor
                                                                                                 Exterior Finish                                      Poor
                                                                                                 HVAC                                                 Fair
                                                                                                 Interior Finish                                      Fair
                                                                                                 Plumbing                                             Poor
                                                                                                 Roof                                                 Poor
                                                                                                 Structure                                            Fair
                                                                                                 Technology                                           Poor
Condition Assessment                                                                                      Condition Scorecard
The body of information summarized below is based on a detailed facility condition assessment completed   These ratings reflect the overall condition and level of replacement need for an entire system, in
in 2006 and updated by visual observations conducted in 2007. Improvement initiatives completed by        adherence with the Facility Condition Index (FCI) System, categorizing systems as
OPEFM in 2007 and 2008 are noted in red text in each section. An overall summary of work completed        “Good” (FCI < .25), “Fair” (FCI 0.25 – 0.50), “Poor” (FCI 0.51 – 0.85), or “Unsatisfactory” (FCI > .86).
under various OPEFM programs is provided at the end of the condition assessment.


Comments:
1 Conveying System                                There are no elevators, escalators, or lift systems in the building.
                                                  The fire alarm system is antiquated and needs to be removed and replaced. The fire alarm
                                                  system does not function consistently between the original building and addition. The
                                                  lighting system is outdated. There are classrooms that have only incandescent light fixtures.
                                                  The electrical system is old and needs to be replaced. Electrical equipment, i.e.
2 Electrical                                      transformers, electrical panels need to be removed from corridors, stairways, offices and
                                                  storage rooms and placed in electrical closets. There is no emergency lighting in
                                                  classrooms, paths of egress are not marked or are mis-marked; exit signs are missing
                                                  or damaged.
                                                  The brick façade of the original building is in fair condition. There is some localized cracking
                                                  and masonry displacement. The limestone trim, windows, and stairs are in fair condition.
                                                  However they are in need of repair in a number of locations. All exterior doors should be
3 Exterior Finish                                 replaced. The façade of the two story building addition is of concern. The concrete fascia
                                                  panels are failing. The panels are cracked, spalled, and are displaced. A number of concrete
                                                  fragments have already fallen to the ground, and there is a potential for this failure to
                                                  continue. There is also some localized cracking of the brick. 2007: Replaced exterior lighting
                                                  Deficiencies are consistent with damage observed in building exterior. Some cracking can
4 Structure                                       be repaired; additional structural inspection is recommended.
                                                  Most large components are in poor condition. Piping systems appear to be in need of repair
                                                  or replacement. Ductwork should be entirely replaced. Radiators are obsolete and should be
5 HVAC                                            removed. The temperature control system is antiquated and should be modernized.
                                                  2008: Repairs to boilers and classroom units.
                                                  Plaster ceilings and walls have been damaged as a result of water infiltration from windows,
                                                  roofing, and leaking fan coil units; numerous pipe leaks were also observed. VCT flooring is
                                                  in generally fair condition; however the wood sub flooring below is failing in numerous
6 Interior Finish                                 locations. Asbestos tiles exist in a number of locations and should be removed. The CMU
                                                  walls in the building addition have numerous and significant cracks throughout.
                                                  2008: Various roof, flooring, plumbing, paint and plaster repairs completed.
                                                  The two incoming water services do not have back flow preventers which is a code violation.
                                                  All of the domestic water piping is corroded. Plumbing fixtures are very poor. Toilet rooms
7 Plumbing                                        are not properly. There is an open pit in the crawl space that appears to have sewage
                                                  drained into it. The entire system should be replaced.

                                                                                                                                                                                               ANACOSTIA - 3
                   ANACOSTIA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                              1601 16th Street, S.E., Washington, DC




                   The pitched slate roofs set on a wood substrate are in very poor condition. There are
                   numerous loose and missing tiles. Existing gutters and downspouts are either badly
8 Roof             damaged or not present. Modified bitumen assemblies exist on the flat roofs. The concrete
                   roof deck substrate is covered with a modified bituminous membrane that appears to be in
                   fair to good condition; a number of blisters were observed.
                   The building is not fully ADA compliant. Access is limited to the first floor level only via an
                   exterior ramp at the front entrance and a temporary wooden interior ramp at the building
9 ADA Compliance   addition. Door hardware, drinking fountains, signage, handrails and toilet fixtures/clearances
                   are not compliant throughout. The lighting levels, the lack of fire alarm devices in toilet
                   rooms and classrooms is a hazard to people with disabilities.

                   The telephone/data is hodge-podge, most of which is old and outdated; cabling runs are is
                   shoddily put together and are falling apart; telephone cable is being run in plenums, and is
10 Technology      hazard to occupants in the building. Some computer equipment is not being used due to
                   insufficient infrastructure. Communication is limited, such that a number of classrooms
                   cannot communicate with the administration or security in the event of an emergency.

                   The athletic fields, track, bleachers, and field house are relatively new and are in good
                   condition. The running track requires some remedial work. The sidewalks and landscaped
                   areas are in fair condition. The parking areas are in fair condition. The fencing around the
                   fields is in good condition. The remaining fencing around the rest of the complex is fair to
11 Grounds         poor. Drainage seems to be adequate; however the surface adjacent to the building addition
                   rear wall requires regrading. Parking is not adequate. Retaining walls, steps and landings at
                   the rear of the complex are in a state of disrepair and in some cases require replacement.
                   2008: Athletic Field fully renovated.




                                                                                                       ANACOSTIA - 4
                       ANACOSTIA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                      1601 16th Street, S.E., Washington, DC




RECENT HISTORY OF MODERNIZATION
2008 STABILIZATIONS

    Heating Blitz - Boiler Repairs & Classroom Units

    Emergency Security Repair Work (Exterior Lighting Replacements)


ATHLETIC FIELDS MODERNIZATION

    2008 Athletic Fields (Premier)


2008 SUMMER BLITZ

    Site Work (Concrete Masonry, Painting, Fencing)

    Carpentry

    Doors & Windows

   Interior Finishes - Painting/Plastering

    Roof Repairs/Replacement

    Other Work Orders

    Mechanical

   Electrical


       Planning       Design            Pre-Construction      In Progress   Completed




                                                                                               ANACOSTIA - 5
ANACOSTIA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
     1601 16th Street, S.E., Washington, DC




                                                                         Basement




                               Concept Plans
                               These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                               proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                               program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                               and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                               Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                               incorporating input from the School Improvement
                               team at the time of project initiation.



                                                                          ANACOSTIA - 6
ANACOSTIA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
     1601 16th Street, S.E., Washington, DC




                                                                       First Floor




                               Concept Plans
                               These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                               proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                               program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                               and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                               Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                               incorporating input from the School Improvement
                               team at the time of project initiation.



                                                                          ANACOSTIA - 7
ANACOSTIA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
     1601 16th Street, S.E., Washington, DC




                                                                    Second Floor




                               Concept Plans
                               These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                               proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                               program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                               and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                               Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                               incorporating input from the School Improvement
                               team at the time of project initiation.



                                                                          ANACOSTIA - 8
ANACOSTIA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
     1601 16th Street, S.E., Washington, DC




                                                                      Third Floor




                               Concept Plans
                               These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                               proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                               program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                               and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                               Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                               incorporating input from the School Improvement
                               team at the time of project initiation.



                                                                          ANACOSTIA - 9
BALLOU SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
   3401 4th Street, S.E., Washington, DC




        INITIAL YEAR BUILT                 1960
        BUILDING AREA                      271,300 SF
        CURRENT PROGRAM CAPACITY           1565
                                           9-12 (1,252)
        ENROLLMENT 2008                    STAY (753)
        WARD                               8
        PROPOSED PROGRAM CAPACITY          1200




                                                  Site Plan




                                                              BALLOU - 1
                                  BALLOU SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                             3401 4th Street, S.E., Washington, DC




PROPOSED PROGRAM PROFILE
    GRADE CONFIGURATION                       HS
    CTE & STAY Program
    SQ. FT. (EXISTING)                     271,300
    SQ. FT. (ADDITION)


    TYPE                               PROPOSED                       TYPE                                   PROPOSED

    Academic Classrooms                        35                     Multi-Purpose                                 1
    Science                                     9                     Technical Labs                                6
    Special Education                           3                     Main Offices                                  1
    Visual Arts                                 2                     Media Center                                  1
    Band/Instrument/Choral                      2                     Administrative/Health Suite                   1
    Gymnasium                                   1                     Cafeteria                                     1
    Auxiliary Gymnasium                                               Kitchen                                       1
    Fitness                                    1


Proposed Planning Profiles
The inventory of spaces listed here is intended to outline the program of educational and support spaces necessary to support
the proposed program capacity. Individual educational specifications and facility programs will be developed with the School
Improvement and School Planning / Design teams at the time of project initiation.
.




                                                                                                                                BALLOU - 2
                                                   BALLOU SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                                                     3401 4th Street, S.E., Washington, DC




CONDITION ASSESSMENT
                                                                                                       Building System                                         2008 Rating
                                                                                                     ADA Compliance                                   Unsatisfactory
                                                                                                     Conveying Systems                                Unsatisfactory
                                                                                                     Electrical                                       Poor
                                                                                                     Exterior Finish                                  Unsatisfactory
                                                                                                     HVAC                                             Fair
                                                                                                     Interior Finish                                  Unsatisfactory
                                                                                                     Plumbing                                         Fair
                                                                                                     Roof                                             Fair
                                                                                                     Structure                                        Good
                                                                                                     Technology                                       Poor
Condition Assessment                                                                                      Condition Scorecard
The body of information summarized below is based on a detailed facility condition assessment completed   These ratings reflect the overall condition and level of replacement need for an entire system, in
in 2006 and updated by visual observations conducted in 2007. Improvement initiatives completed by        adherence with the Facility Condition Index (FCI) System, categorizing systems as
OPEFM in 2007 and 2008 are noted in red text in each section. An overall summary of work completed        “Good” (FCI < .25), “Fair” (FCI 0.25 – 0.50), “Poor” (FCI 0.51 – 0.85), or “Unsatisfactory” (FCI > .86).
under various OPEFM programs is provided at the end of the condition assessment.


Comments:
1 Conveying System                                The elevator is in poor condition and needs to be upgraded.

                                                  Electrical service is fair. Most lighting is in fair condition. One emergency generator need to
2 Electrical                                      be replaced. Panelboards need to be replaced. Security, telephone, and fire alarm systems
                                                  are due for upgrades.

                                                  All windows need to be replaced. Security screens should be replaced at the same time. All
3 Exterior Finish                                 exterior doors need repairs or to be replaced. General maintenance should be performed to
                                                  the exterior brick and concrete. 2007: Replaced Exterior lighting.

                                                  One area near the east wall has considerable cracking along with a retaining wall failure.
4 Structure                                       Extensive investigations need to be performed in this area to correct foundation
                                                  settlement problems.

                                                  Thermostats should be replaced. Some window units are in disrepair and likely should be
                                                  replaced. Unit ventilators should be replaced. Ceiling registers and diffusers are in need of
5 HVAC                                            replacement. Most large equipment is in poor condition, or nearing the end of useful life.
                                                  2008: Repairs to boilers and classroom units. Installed 42 A/C window units.

                                                  Many rooms are not being used as intended and are unoccupied until they can be retrofitted
                                                  to house science labs. There is asbestos floor tile throughout that need to be replaced.
                                                  Many painted concrete ceilings are unsightly and need to be covered with acoustical ceiling
6 Interior Finish                                 tile. Much door hardware needs replacing with more durable materials. 2007: Interior athletic
                                                  facilities improved. Various roofing, plumbing, electrical, re-glazing, Paint, Gym Floor,
                                                  Ceiling repairs completed.

                                                  Shower facilities are in fair to poor condition. Numerous drinking fountains should be
7 Plumbing                                        replaced. All fixtures are in generally poor condition and many do not meet code
                                                  requirements. Upgrades are recommended for installation.




                                                                                                                                                                                                 BALLOU - 3
                   BALLOU SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                             3401 4th Street, S.E., Washington, DC




                   The roof system appears to be functioning normally. Limited areas of membrane need to be
8 Roof             repaired, but the overall system has many years of remaining service life. Standard
                   replacement of flashing and drain maintenance are recommended.

                   The building does not meet the building and ADA codes. Some examples are: corridor and
                   stair doors do not meet U.L. design requirements; stair handrails do not meet code for
9 ADA Compliance   height and extensions; toilets on the sub-basement and third floors are not accessible; an
                   elevator is needed for complete access; and toilet doors do not meet the ADA requirements
                   for clearance at the leaver side.

                   Visual inspection of equipment found most is in good to fair condition, although most
10 Technology      hardware and software is outdated and should be upgraded. Similarly, networking capability
                   should be improved.

                   Drainage is the main deficiency. Sidewalk and pavement repairs and resurfacing are
11 Grounds         recommended. ADA access should be improved with additional curb cuts and ramps.
                   2007: Athletic Field fully renovated.




                                                                                                    BALLOU - 4
                               BALLOU SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                        3401 4th Street, S.E., Washington, DC




RECENT HISTORY OF MODERNIZATION
2008 STABILIZATIONS
  Heating Blitz - Boiler Repairs & Classroom Units

         Emergency Security Repair Work (Exterior Lighting Replacements)

         AC Window Units Installations & Electrical Upgrades


ATHLETIC FIELDS MODERNIZATION

     2007 Athletic Fields


2008 SUMMER BLITZ

         Site Work (Concrete Masonry, Painting, Fencing)

         Carpentry

         Doors & Windows

        Interior Finishes - Painting/Plastering

         Roof Repairs/Replacement

         Other Work Orders

         Mechanical

        Electrical


LEGACY PROJECTS - OTHER STABLIZATIONS

          Interior Renovations - Various (Swing Spaces/Libraries/Asst. Supt. Offices)


         Planning       Design         Pre-Construction       In Progress       Completed




                                                                                                   BALLOU - 5
BALLOU SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
   3401 4th Street, S.E., Washington, DC




                                          Sub-Basement




                              Concept Plans
                              These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                              proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                              program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                              and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                              Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                              incorporating input from the School Improvement
                              team at the time of project initiation.




                                                                           BALLOU - 6
BALLOU SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
   3401 4th Street, S.E., Washington, DC




                                                Basement




                              Concept Plans
                              These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                              proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                              program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                              and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                              Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                              incorporating input from the School Improvement
                              team at the time of project initiation.




                                                                           BALLOU - 7
                          BALLOU SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                  3401 4th Street, S.E., Washington, DC




                                                                               First Floor




                                                             Concept Plans
                                                             These floor plans represent planning concepts for
Concept Plans                                                proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
These floor plans represent planning                         program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                                                             and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                                                             Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                                                             incorporating input from the School Improvement
                                                             team at the time of project initiation.




                                                                                                          BALLOU - 8
BALLOU SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
   3401 4th Street, S.E., Washington, DC




                                          Second Floor




                             Concept Plans
                             These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                             proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                             program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                             and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                             Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                             incorporating input from the School Improvement
                             team at the time of project initiation.




                                                                           BALLOU - 9
BALLOU SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
   3401 4th Street, S.E., Washington, DC




                                               Third Floor




                             Concept Plans
                             These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                             proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                             program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                             and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                             Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                             incorporating input from the School Improvement
                             team at the time of project initiation.




                                                                          BALLOU - 10
BANNEKER SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    800 Euclid Street, N.W., Washington, DC




          INITIAL YEAR BUILT                  1939
          BUILDING AREA                       180,000 SF
          CURRENT PROGRAM CAPACITY            620
          ENROLLMENT 2008                     404
          WARD                                1
          PROPOSED PROGRAM CAPACITY           500




                                                     Site Plan



                                                                 BANNEKER - 1
                               BANNEKER SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                            800 Euclid Street, N.W., Washington, DC




PROPOSED PROGRAM PROFILE
 GRADE CONFIGURATION                            HS


 SQ. FT. (EXISTING)                         180,000
 SQ. FT. (ADDITION)


 TYPE                                     PROPOSED                    TYPE                                    PROPOSED

 Academic Classrooms                            15                    Multi-Purpose
 Science                                        2                     Technical Labs
 Special Education                              1                     Main Office                                    1
 Visual Arts                                    1                     /Media Center                                  1
 Band/Instrument/Choral                         1                     Administrative/Health Suite                    1
 Gymnasium                                      1                     Cafeteria                                      1
 Auxiliary Gymnasium                                                  Kitchen                                        1
 Fitness


Proposed Planning Profiles
The inventory of spaces listed here is intended to outline the program of educational and support spaces necessary to support
the proposed program capacity. Individual educational specifications and facility programs will be developed with the School
Improvement and School Planning / Design teams at the time of project initiation.




                                                                                                                           BANNEKER - 2
                                                BANNEKER SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                                                    800 Euclid Street, N.W., Washington, DC

CONDITION ASSESSMENT
                                                                                                    Building System                                            2008 Rating
                                                                                                 ADA Compliance                                       Unsatisfactory
                                                                                                 Conveying Systems                                    Unsatisfactory
                                                                                                 Electrical                                           Fair
                                                                                                 Exterior Finish                                      Fair
                                                                                                 HVAC                                                 Poor
                                                                                                 Interior Finish                                      Good
                                                                                                 Plumbing                                             Fair
                                                                                                 Roof                                                 Fair
                                                                                                 Structure                                            Good
                                                                                                 Technology                                           Fair
Condition Assessment                                                                                      Condition Scorecard
The body of information summarized below is based on a detailed facility condition assessment completed   These ratings reflect the overall condition and level of replacement need for an entire system, in
in 2006 and updated by visual observations conducted in 2007. Improvement initiatives completed by        adherence with the Facility Condition Index (FCI) System, categorizing systems as
OPEFM in 2007 and 2008 are noted in red text in each section. An overall summary of work completed        “Good” (FCI < .25), “Fair” (FCI 0.25 – 0.50), “Poor” (FCI 0.51 – 0.85), or “Unsatisfactory” (FCI > .86).
under various OPEFM programs is provided at the end of the condition assessment.


Comments:
1 Conveying System                                There are no elevators, escalators, or lift systems in the building.
                                                  Lighting throughout is inadequate. The original electrical system is present and needs to be
2 Electrical                                      upgraded. Load capacity should be increased and all wiring replaced. Fire alarm, public
                                                  address, security, and telephone systems should be replaced with modern systems.

                                                  The exterior facade needs some general cleaning, caulking, and sealing. Windows are
3 Exterior Finish                                 inoperable for ventilation. Numerous exterior doors require repairs or replacement.
                                                  2007: Replaced Exterior lighting. Replaced exterior doors.
4 Structure                                       Concrete structure is in good condition. Minor repairs may be required.
                                                  Window units are used for cooling and are in poor condition. Radiators are in disrepair and
                                                  should be removed. Ductwork needs to be repaired. Distribution piping is in poor condition in
5 HVAC                                            limited areas. The hot water system is inadequate. 2008: Repairs to boilers and classrooms
                                                  units. Installed 7 A/C window units.

                                                  The typical interior plaster finishes need some moderate upgrade and repair. Wood flooring
6 Interior Finish                                 needs to be repaired. Large areas of carpeting need to be replaced.

                                                  Sinks and toilets appear to be functional but are largely outdated and not up to code.
7 Plumbing                                        Several shower rooms need significant repairs. Drinking fountains need to be repaired
                                                  or replaced.
8 Roof                                            Ok
                                                  The building does not comply with code requirements as follows: there are no ADA
                                                  accessible toilets on the second and third floors; there is no accessible route from the street
9 ADA Compliance                                  to inside the building; there is no elevator; handrails at stairs do not meet code; no ADA
                                                  water fountains.
                                                  The equipment appears to be in fair condition overall. However, extensive hardware
                                                  problems are reported. Some equipment is obsolete, and networking should be
10 Technology                                     improved. Adding dedicated rooms for equipment that are climate controlled and secure
                                                  is recommended.
                                                  Drainage is the main deficiency. Sidewalk and pavement repairs and resurfacing are
11 Grounds                                        recommended. ADA access should be improved with additional curb cuts and ramps.



                                                                                                                                                                                                BANNEKER - 3
                             BANNEKER SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                        800 Euclid Street, N.W., Washington, DC




RECENT HISTORY OF MODERNIZATION

2008 STABILIZATIONS

         Heating Blitz - Boiler Repairs & Classroom Units

         AC Window Units Installations & Electrical Upgrades


2008 SUMMER BLITZ

         Site Work (Concrete Masonry, Painting, Fencing)

         Carpentry

         Doors & Windows

        Interior Finishes - Painting/Plastering

         Roof Repairs/Replacement

         Other Work Orders

         Mechanical

        Electrical


LEGACY PROJECTS - OTHER STABLIZATIONS

         Exterior Doors Replacements

         Interior Renovations - Various (Swing Spaces/Libraries/Asst. Supt. Offices)
         Roof Replacements


         Planning       Design         Pre-Construction       In Progress          Completed




                                                                                                      BANNEKER - 4
BANNEKER SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    800 Euclid Street, N.W., Washington, DC




                                               Basement




                                Concept Plans
                                These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                                proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                                program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                                and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                                Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                                incorporating input from the School Improvement
                                team at the time of project initiation.



                                                                           BANNEKER - 5
BANNEKER SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    800 Euclid Street, N.W., Washington, DC




                                               First Floor




                                Concept Plans
                                These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                                proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                                program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                                and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                                Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                                incorporating input from the School Improvement
                                team at the time of project initiation.




                                                                           BANNEKER - 6
BANNEKER SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    800 Euclid Street, N.W., Washington, DC




                                            Second Floor




                                Concept Plans
                                These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                                proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                                program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                                and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                                Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                                incorporating input from the School Improvement
                                team at the time of project initiation.



                                                                           BANNEKER - 7
BANNEKER SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    800 Euclid Street, N.W., Washington, DC




                                               Third Floor




                                Concept Plans
                                These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                                proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                                program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                                and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                                Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                                incorporating input from the School Improvement
                                team at the time of project initiation.



                                                                           BANNEKER - 8
CARDOZO SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
   1300 Clifton Street, N.W., Washington, DC




           INITIAL YEAR BUILT                  1926
           BUILDING AREA                       355,400 SF
           CURRENT PROGRAM CAPACITY            1565
           ENROLLMENT 2008                     816
           WARD                                1
           PROPOSED PROGRAM CAPACITY           1100




                                                     Site Plan




                                                                 CARDOZO - 1
                                CARDOZO SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                           1300 Clifton Street, N.W., Washington, DC




PROPOSED PROGRAM PROFILE
 GRADE CONFIGURATION                            HS
 CTE – Construction & Design
 SQ. FT. (EXISTING)                         355,400
 SQ. FT. (ADDITION)


 TYPE                                   PROPOSED                      TYPE                                    PROPOSED

 Academic Classrooms                            33                    Auditorium
 Science                                        8                     Technical Labs
 Special Education                              3                     Main Office                                    1
 Visual Arts                                    1                     Media Center                                   1
 Band/Instrument/Choral                         2                     Administrative/Health Suite                    1
 Gymnasium                                      1                     Cafeteria                                      1
 Auxiliary Gymnasium                            1                     Kitchen                                        1
 Fitness


Proposed Planning Profiles
The inventory of spaces listed here is intended to outline the program of educational and support spaces necessary to support
the proposed program capacity. Individual educational specifications and facility programs will be developed with the School
Improvement and School Planning / Design teams at the time of project initiation.




                                                                                                                            CARDOZO - 2
                                                   CARDOZO SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                                                   1300 Clifton Street, N.W., Washington, DC




CONDITION ASSESSMENT
                                                                                                    Building System                                                     2008 Rating
                                                                                                 ADA Compliance                                       Poor
                                                                                                 Conveying Systems                                    Unsatisfactory
                                                                                                 Electrical                                           Poor
                                                                                                 Exterior Finish                                      Poor
                                                                                                 HVAC                                                 Poor
                                                                                                 Interior Finish                                      Fair
                                                                                                 Plumbing                                             Poor
                                                                                                 Roof                                                 Poor
                                                                                                 Structure                                            Good
                                                                                                 Technology                                           Fair
Condition Assessment                                                                                      Condition Scorecard
The body of information summarized below is based on a detailed facility condition assessment completed   These ratings reflect the overall condition and level of replacement need for an entire system, in
in 2006 and updated by visual observations conducted in 2007. Improvement initiatives completed by        adherence with the Facility Condition Index (FCI) System, categorizing systems as
OPEFM in 2007 and 2008 are noted in red text in each section. An overall summary of work completed        “Good” (FCI < .25), “Fair” (FCI 0.25 – 0.50), “Poor” (FCI 0.51 – 0.85), or “Unsatisfactory” (FCI > .86).
under various OPEFM programs is provided at the end of the condition assessment.


Comments:

1 Conveying System                                The existing elevator is in poor condition and requires significant renovation and upgrades.

                                                  Complete upgrade of electrical systems is needed. Lighting is in poor condition and is not
2 Electrical                                      energy efficient. Main service is adequate for existing systems; modification to HVAC or
                                                  technology will require upgrades.


                                                  Windows are inoperable for ventilation and should be replaced with modern units. Security
3 Exterior Finish                                 bars should be replaced as well. Brick work appears to be in fair to poor condition. Large
                                                  areas require repointing, sealing, or other repair work. 2007: Replaced exterior lighting.

4 Structure                                       The general structure of this building is in fair condition. Minor repairs may be required

                                                  There is no central a/c and window units are inadequate. Hot water system needs
                                                  replacement. Larger components are at the end of expected service life. Radiators, unit
5 HVAC                                            heaters, and unit ventilators should all be replaced. 2008: Repairs to boilers and classroom
                                                  units. Installed 45 A/C window units.

                                                  The typical interior plaster finish is badly deteriorated and needs to be upgraded. Ceilings,
                                                  floors, and walls are all in poor condition, regardless of finish type. Lockers and cabinets
6 Interior Finish                                 need to be replaced in numerous areas. Chalk boards should be replaced. Almost all doors,
                                                  metal and wood alike, are in need of repair work; some should be replaced. 2008: Paint,
                                                  Lighting, AC Repairs, Carpet, Roofing completed.

                                                  Fixtures are inadequate and should be replaced. Drains and showers are in need of
7 Plumbing                                        significant repair work. Piping is deteriorating and signs of leaks are visible.




                                                                                                                                                                                                  CARDOZO - 3
                   CARDOZO SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                             1300 Clifton Street, N.W., Washington, DC




                   Built-up roof areas are in poor condition and need to be replaced immediately. Membrane
                   systems located in other areas are in better condition with some remaining useful life left.
8 Roof             Large areas of flashing and gutters should be replaced or repaired as part of any
                   renovation project.

                   The building does not comply with code requirements as follows: there are no ADA
                   accessible toilets on the second and third floors; there is no accessible route from the street
9 ADA Compliance   to inside the building; there is no elevator; handrails at stairs do not meet code; no ADA
                   water fountains.

                   The equipment appears to be in fair to good condition overall. Despite appearances, some
10 Technology      equipment is obsolete and networking should be improved. Adding dedicated rooms for
                   equipment that are climate controlled and secure is recommended.

                   Swimming pool is inoperable. Sidewalks and curbs need repair. Parking areas need to be
11 Grounds         resurfaced. Bleachers are in poor condition. The athletic fields need landscaping work.
                   2008: Athletic field fully renovated.




                                                                                                         CARDOZO - 4
                          CARDOZO SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                   1300 Clifton Street, N.W., Washington, DC




RECENT HISTORY OF MODERNIZATION
2008 STABILIZATIONS

      Heating Blitz - Boiler Repairs & Classroom Units

      Emergency Security Repair Work (Exterior Lighting Replacements)

      AC Window Units Installations & Electrical Upgrades


ATHLETIC FIELDS MODERNIZATION

      2008 Athletic Fields (Premier)


2008 SUMMER BLITZ

     Site Work (Concrete Masonry, Painting, Fencing)

     Carpentry

     Doors & Windows

    Interior Finishes - Painting/Plastering

     Roof Repairs/Replacement

     Other Work Orders

     Mechanical

    Electrical



     Planning       Design         Pre-Construction       In Progress     Completed




                                                                                             CARDOZO - 5
CARDOZO SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
   1300 Clifton Street, N.W., Washington, DC




                                                            Basement




                                 Concept Plans
                                 These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                                 proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                                 program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                                 and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                                 Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                                 incorporating input from the School Improvement
                                 team at the time of project initiation.




                                                                           CARDOZO - 6
CARDOZO SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
   1300 Clifton Street, N.W., Washington, DC




                                                     Ground Floor




                                 Concept Plans
                                 These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                                 proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                                 program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                                 and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                                 Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                                 incorporating input from the School Improvement
                                 team at the time of project initiation.




                                                                           CARDOZO - 7
CARDOZO SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
   1300 Clifton Street, N.W., Washington, DC




                                                            First Floor




                                 Concept Plans
                                 These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                                 proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                                 program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                                 and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                                 Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                                 incorporating input from the School Improvement
                                 team at the time of project initiation.




                                                                            CARDOZO - 8
CARDOZO SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
   1300 Clifton Street, N.W., Washington, DC




                                                    Second Floor




                                 Concept Plans
                                 These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                                 proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                                 program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                                 and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                                 Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                                 incorporating input from the School Improvement
                                 team at the time of project initiation.




                                                                           CARDOZO - 9
CARDOZO SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
   1300 Clifton Street, N.W., Washington, DC




                                                            Third Floor




                                 Concept Plans
                                 These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                                 proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                                 program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                                 and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                                 Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                                 incorporating input from the School Improvement
                                 team at the time of project initiation.




                                                                          CARDOZO - 10
COLUMBIA HEIGHTS EDUCATION CAMPUS
       3101 16th Street, N.W., Washington, DC




               INITIAL YEAR BUILT
               BUILDING AREA                    325,270 SF
               CURRENT PROGRAM CAPACITY         800
               ENROLLMENT 2008                  1,267
               WARD                             1
               PROPOSED PROGRAM CAPACITY        800




                                                      Site Plan



                                                         COLUMBIA HEIGHTS - 1
                      COLUMBIA HEIGHTS EDUCATION CAMPUS
                                           3101 16th Street, N.W., Washington, DC




PROPOSED PROGRAM PROFILE
 GRADE CONFIGURATION                         6-12


 SQ.FT. (EXISTING)                         325,270
 SQ.FT. (ADDITION)


 TYPE                                   PROPOSED                      TYPE                                   PROPOSED

 Academic Classrooms                                                  Multi-Purpose
 Science                                                              Technical Labs
 Special Education                                                    Main Office
 Visual Arts                                                          Library/Media Center
 Band/Instrument/Choral                                               Health Suite
 Gymnasium                                                            Cafeteria
 Auxiliary Gymnasium                                                  Kitchen
 Fitness


Proposed Planning Profiles
The inventory of spaces listed here is intended to outline the program of educational and support spaces necessary to support
the proposed program capacity. Individual educational specifications and facility programs will be developed with the School
Improvement and School Planning / Design teams at the time of project initiation.




                                                                                                                 COLUMBIA HEIGHTS - 2
                                   COLUMBIA HEIGHTS EDUCATION CAMPUS
                                                                   3101 16th Street, N.W., Washington, DC




CONDITION ASSESSMENT
                                                                                                                     Building System                                     2008 Rating
                                                                                                                   ADA Compliance                                     Good
                                                                                                                   Conveying Systems                                  Good
                                                                                                                   Electrical                                         Good
                                                                                                                   Exterior Finish                                    Good
                                                                                                                   HVAC                                               Good
                                                                                                                   Interior Finish                                    Good
                                                                                                                   Plumbing                                           Good
                                                                                                                   Roof                                               Good
                                                                                                                   Structure                                          Good
                                                                                                                   Technology                                         Good
Condition Assessment                                                                                      Condition Scorecard
The body of information summarized below is based on a detailed facility condition assessment completed   These ratings reflect the overall condition and level of replacement need for an entire system, in
in 2006 and updated by visual observations conducted in 2007. Improvement initiatives completed by        adherence with the Facility Condition Index (FCI) System, categorizing systems as
OPEFM in 2007 and 2008 are noted in red text in each section. An overall summary of work completed        “Good” (FCI < .25), “Fair” (FCI 0.25 – 0.50), “Poor” (FCI 0.51 – 0.85), or “Unsatisfactory” (FCI > .86).
under various OPEFM programs is provided at the end of the condition assessment.


Comments:
1 Conveying System                                Numerous elevators in brand new condition.

2 Electrical                                      Upgraded and ready for higher loads due to technology use.

3 Exterior Finish                                 Updated with new construction.

4 Structure                                       New construction.

5 HVAC                                            Modern system and controls throughout.

6 Interior Finish                                 New fixtures throughout.

7 Plumbing                                        New construction.

8 Roof                                            New construction.

9 ADA Compliance                                  Meets all building codes.

                                                  Appears to be all new, with some support staff using multiple PCs. Also supported by
10 Technology                                     school boosters.
                                                  Still under construction. Underground parking garage available with limited street parking in
11 Grounds                                        area.




                                                                                                                                                                                COLUMBIA HEIGHTS - 3
                  COLUMBIA HEIGHTS EDUCATION CAMPUS
                                  3101 16th Street, N.W., Washington, DC




RECENT HISTORY OF MODERNIZATION
2008 STABILIZATIONS

     Heating Blitz - Boiler Repairs & Classroom Units


     Planning       Design        Pre-Construction    In Progress     Completed




                                                                                    COLUMBIA HEIGHTS - 4
COLUMBIA HEIGHTS EDUCATION CAMPUS
       3101 16th Street, N.W., Washington, DC




                                                     First Floor



                                Concept Plans
                                These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                                proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                                program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                                and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                                Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                                incorporating input from the School Improvement
                                team at the time of project initiation.



                                                                   COLUMBIA HEIGHTS - 5
COLUMBIA HEIGHTS EDUCATION CAMPUS
       3101 16th Street, N.W., Washington, DC




                                                           Second Floor



                                Concept Plans
                                These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                                proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                                program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                                and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                                Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                                incorporating input from the School Improvement
                                team at the time of project initiation.


                                                                   COLUMBIA HEIGHTS - 6
COLUMBIA HEIGHTS EDUCATION CAMPUS
       3101 16th Street, N.W., Washington, DC




                                                              Third Floor



                                Concept Plans
                                These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                                proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                                program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                                and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                                Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                                incorporating input from the School Improvement
                                team at the time of project initiation.



                                                                   COLUMBIA HEIGHTS - 7
COLUMBIA HEIGHTS EDUCATION CAMPUS
       3101 16th Street, N.W., Washington, DC




                                                Fourth Floor




                                Concept Plans
                                These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                                proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                                program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                                and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                                Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                                incorporating input from the School Improvement
                                team at the time of project initiation.



                                                                   COLUMBIA HEIGHTS - 8
COOLIDGE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    6315 5th Street, N.W., Washington, DC




        INITIAL YEAR BUILT                  1940
        BUILDING AREA                       271,300 SF
        CURRENT PROGRAM CAPACITY            1240
        ENROLLMENT 2008                     652
        WARD                                4
        PROPOSED PROGRAM CAPACITY           1100




                                                   Site Plan

                                                               COOLIDGE - 1
                                COOLIDGE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                             6315 5th Street, N.W., Washington, DC




PROPOSED PROGRAM PROFILE
 GRADE CONFIGURATION                            HS
     High Tech
 SQ. FT. (EXISTING)                          271,300
 SQ. FT. (ADDITION)


 TYPE                                      PROPOSED                   TYPE                                      PROPOSED

 Academic Classrooms                              33                  Auditorium                                        1
 Science                                           8                  Technical Labs                                    6
 Special Education                                 3                  Main Office                                       1
 Visual Arts                                       1                  Media Center                                      1
 Band/Instrument/Choral                            2                  Administrative/Health Suite                       1
 Gymnasium                                         1                  Cafeteria                                         1
 Auxiliary Gymnasium                                                  Kitchen                                           1
 Fitness                                           1


Proposed Planning Profiles
The inventory of spaces listed here is intended to outline the program of educational and support spaces necessary to support the
proposed program capacity. Individual educational specifications and facility programs will be developed with the School
Improvement and School Planning / Design teams at the time of project initiation.




                                                                                                                            COOLIDGE - 2
                                                  COOLIDGE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                                                      6315 5th Street, N.W., Washington, DC




CONDITION ASSESSMENT
                                                                                                    Building System                                                     2008 Rating
                                                                                                 ADA Compliance                                       Poor
                                                                                                 Conveying Systems                                    Poor
                                                                                                 Electrical                                           Poor
                                                                                                 Exterior Finish                                      Fair
                                                                                                 HVAC                                                 Fair
                                                                                                 Interior Finish                                      Fair
                                                                                                 Plumbing                                             Poor
                                                                                                 Roof                                                 Poor
                                                                                                 Structure                                            Good
                                                                                                 Technology                                           Good
Condition Assessment                                                                                      Condition Scorecard
The body of information summarized below is based on a detailed facility condition assessment completed   These ratings reflect the overall condition and level of replacement need for an entire system, in
in 2006 and updated by visual observations conducted in 2007. Improvement initiatives completed by        adherence with the Facility Condition Index (FCI) System, categorizing systems as
OPEFM in 2007 and 2008 are noted in red text in each section. An overall summary of work completed        “Good” (FCI < .25), “Fair” (FCI 0.25 – 0.50), “Poor” (FCI 0.51 – 0.85), or “Unsatisfactory” (FCI > .86).
under various OPEFM programs is provided at the end of the condition assessment.


Comments:
                                                  The elevator in the main building is the original elevator and cab. It is in unsatisfactory
                                                  condition. It is reported to have numerous service calls. There is an elevator in the 1984
1 Conveying System                                Gym Addition that is also original equipment, but because of infrequent use, is in much
                                                  better condition.
                                                  Both the original and addition buildings have the original lighting systems. The Gymnasium
                                                  Addition has fluorescent fixtures that are use T-12 lamps. The fixtures are in poor condition.
                                                  The original building uses incandescent fixtures. It is recommended that the entire lighting
                                                  system in both areas of the building be replaced with new, energy efficient fixtures. The
                                                  entire fire alarm system is quite old. It is recommended that it be replaced with a new
                                                  addressable fire alarm system. The switchgear, panel boards and feeders are obsolete and
                                                  have out-lived their useful economic life. It is recommended that they be replaced to provide
2 Electrical                                      adequate spare capacity. It was reported that the power distribution is a problem. In many
                                                  areas of the building, receptacles spark when equipment is plugged into them, because
                                                  there is no grounding in the system. This is a serious safety issue. The paging system still
                                                  works, but it is quite old. It is recommended that it be replaced with new technology
                                                  equipment and integrated into the new IT system. The clock system does not work in most
                                                  of the areas of the building and needs to be replaced. The building does not have a lightning
                                                  protection system. The building has adequate exterior wall-mounted fixtures for security.
                                                  2007: Generator troubleshooting, general power repairs light ballast and stage light repairs.
                                                  The brick exterior is in fair to good condition. Some selective repointing is necessary.
                                                  Exterior windows are the insulating glass type which was installed in the mid-eighties. The
3 Exterior Finish                                 sashes are extremely heavy. The window springs which assist with lifting sashes no longer
                                                  work. It is unlikely that the springs can be effectively repaired. The windows are dangerous
                                                  and should be replaced.

                                                  The original 1940 building structure is in good condition. There is little evidence of wall
4 Structure                                       cracking. The structure of the 1984 addition also appears to be in good condition.




                                                                                                                                                                                                 COOLIDGE - 3
                    COOLIDGE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                6315 5th Street, N.W., Washington, DC




                    The steam heating system including piping, valves and traps are old. The boilers are original
                    from 1940's. The burners are not original, but are 30 years old. The boilers and accessories
                    are past their useful economic life. One of the three boilers is not operational. The original
                    1940 building has exposed cast iron steam radiators which operate at scalding
                    temperatures. It should be noted that these radiators are well-constructed and last almost
                    indefinitely. They either need to be provided with fabricated ornamental covers fabricated
                    from heavy gauge sheet metal, or need to be replaced with factory fabricated convectors.
                    Heating and ventilation units in the Auditorium and the old Gymnasium were replaced during
                    a 2002 systemic renovation. However, exhaust fans in the building are quite old and have
                    out-lived their useful economic life. Belts are missing and motors have burned out. Many
                    classrooms, computer labs, Library, etc. do not have proper air-conditioning systems.
                    Window air conditioning units have been installed at different times, on as-and-where-
5 HVAC              needed basis. Half of them are not operating. Others are noisy, inefficient, and inadequate.
                    There needs to be consistent, well-designed systems in place to meet indoor air quality
                    requirements. Some of the toilet exhausts in the original building are non-functional. Most of
                    the unit ventilators in the building were replaced several years ago, and are in good
                    condition. The Gymnasium Addition, constructed in 1984 has functional equipment with
                    many more years of life to it. It was designed to provide chilled water cooling in via hydronic
                    piping. The chillers were procured, but were not installed and made operational due to lack
                    of proper space on the ground or on the roof. The Gymnasium addition uses hot water
                    heating systems to serve air handling units, cabinet unit heaters, convectors, and other
                    related heating equipment. 2007: univent repairs, duct repairs, A/C Boiler, Heating unit,
                    sump pump, and A/C compressors. 2008: Repairs to boilers and classroom units. Installed
                    111 A/C window units.

                    Generally, the interior finishes are in fair condition except where water damaged. Plaster
                    ceilings on the fourth floor are damaged in areas where roof leaks occurred due to skylights
                    and flashing at gutters. This is also true of lower floors at windows. Most plaster walls are in
                    good condition except where located below grade. Most classroom floors are wood strip
                    flooring. It is structurally sound, but requires refinishing in most areas where exposed to
6 Interior Finish   view. Where wood floors have been covered with plywood and either VCT or carpet, the
                    plywood substrate is contributing to the failure of the finish. It seems that the bad flooring
                    was never removed, so the plywood underlay is not stable. There is custom millwork
                    wainscoting in lobbies, auditorium and main office areas that is in reasonably good
                    condition. 2007: Drywall and ceiling tile repair/replacement. Interior Athletic Facilities
                    improved. Painting, plaster and ceiling repairs, door frame and hardware replacements.

                    The water, sanitary and vent piping is old but in reasonably good condition. Some of the
                    large group toilets have been upgraded when plumbing repairs were made in 2001.
                    However, most toilet rooms are not ADA compliant. In some of the old toilet rooms, the
                    urinals are the in-floor type, not compliant with today's building codes. Most of the plumbing
7 Plumbing          systems in the building have a projected life of ten to fifteen more years. However, they
                    need to be upgraded for ADA compliance. The hot water system is adequate. Some shower
                    rooms are in very good condition but are not being used. Other shower and toilet areas are
                    being used for storage. Laboratory fixtures are usable but most have either been abandoned
                    or shut off. There is no fire suppression system in the building.

                    The main building roof is original green clay or concrete tiles and is in fair to poor condition.
                    Tiles are missing and have been replaced with tan colored tiles that do not match. This
                    material may not be appropriate for this climate. Maintenance is constant. Gutters/flashing
                    and downspouts need to be replaced throughout. The main building has large skylights that
8 Roof              have not been maintained and leak typically, causing water damage to the third floor. The
                    new Gym Addition roof was re-roofed within the last 10 years. It appears to be in good
                    condition. A leak was reported at the Bridge where Weight Training takes place in the Gym
                    Addition. It is thought to be a wall flashing problem.



                                                                                                           COOLIDGE - 4
                   COOLIDGE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                              6315 5th Street, N.W., Washington, DC




                   There is no accessible main entrance to the building. The building has an elevator that is not
                   completely ADA compliant, but from a practical standpoint, can be used for ADA access to
9 ADA Compliance   upper levels. There are few ADA compliant toilet rooms throughout the facility. Most doors
                   and hardware are not ADA compliant. ADA access to the football stadium is limited. Access
                   to the levels of the Gym Addition is compliant. Handrails in stairwells do not meet ADA.

                   Entire tech wiring is new. Lot of places, the tech wiring is exposed and is run without any
                   conduits or raceways. Where raceways are used, most of the places, the surface mounted
10 Technology      raceways and outlet boxes are falling apart. The surface mounted raceways and outlet
                   boxes need repair work. Security system is new and is in good working order.


                   The grounds are limited in size. There is a football/track stadium that is in fair condition.
                   There are no other athletic fields. There are trees and some landscaping that exist. More
                   would be better. Concrete sidewalks and curbs are exhibiting cracking and spalling that
                   requires patching. Some repairs were made recently. Parking on-site is limited, but it
                   appears to be adequate for staff, based upon the current enrollment. There is also street
11 Grounds         parking available. Outside the Gymnasium Addition, there is a brick paved plaza and steps
                   where the pavers have separated from the setting bed. The plaza has no apparent use. It
                   was once overlooked by windows into the gym that have since been closed off due to
                   excessive vandalism. Consideration should be given to demolishing it. 2007: Athletic field
                   fully renovated.




                                                                                                       COOLIDGE - 5
                              COOLIDGE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                         6315 5th Street, N.W., Washington, DC




RECENT HISTORY OF MODERNIZATION
2007 TARGETED REPAIRS

        Interior Finishes - Door Replacements/Door Hardware Repair

        Interior Finishes - Drywall & Ceiling Repairs

        Interior Finishes - Select Carpet Replacements/Flooring Repairs

        Interior Finishes - Painting/Plastering

        Plumbing Repairs - Restrooms/Fixtures & Flush Valves; Water Fountains

        Electrical Repairs - Lighting & Power

        Mechanical Repairs - AHU & Boiler Repairs, HVAC Filter Replacement

        Other Work Orders


2008 STABILIZATIONS

         Heating Blitz - Boiler Repairs & Classroom Units

        AC Window Units Installations & Electrical Upgrades


ATHLETIC FIELDS MODERNIZATION

     2007 Athletic Fields


LEGACY PROJECTS - OTHER STABLIZATIONS

        Interior Renovations - Various (Swing Spaces/Libraries/Asst. Supt. Offices)

        Mechanical - High Pressure Plant Conversions

        Mechanical - Chiller Replacements/Plant Upgrade

        Planning        Design         Pre-Construction      In Progress          Completed




                                                                                                     COOLIDGE - 6
COOLIDGE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    6315 5th Street, N.W., Washington, DC




                                                       Basement




                              Concept Plans
                              These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                              proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                              program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                              and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                              Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                              incorporating input from the School Improvement
                              team at the time of project initiation.




                                                                          COOLIDGE - 7
COOLIDGE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    6315 5th Street, N.W., Washington, DC




                                                              Ground




                               Concept Plans
                               These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                               proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                               program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                               and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                               Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                               incorporating input from the School Improvement
                               team at the time of project initiation.




                                                                          COOLIDGE - 8
COOLIDGE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    6315 5th Street, N.W., Washington, DC




                                                            First Floor




                                Concept Plans
                                These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                                proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                                program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                                and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                                Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                                incorporating input from the School Improvement
                                team at the time of project initiation.



                                                                          COOLIDGE - 9
COOLIDGE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    6315 5th Street, N.W., Washington, DC




                                                           Second Floor




                               Concept Plans
                               These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                               proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                               program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                               and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                               Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                               incorporating input from the School Improvement
                               team at the time of project initiation.




                                                                         COOLIDGE - 10
COOLIDGE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    6315 5th Street, N.W., Washington, DC




                                                                     Third Floor




                               Concept Plans
                               These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                               proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                               program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                               and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                               Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                               incorporating input from the School Improvement
                               team at the time of project initiation.




                                                                         COOLIDGE - 11
    DUNBAR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
     1301 New Jersey Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC



.
                 INITIAL YEAR BUILT                 1977
                 BUILDING AREA                      343,400 SF
                 CURRENT PROGRAM CAPACITY           1095
                 ENROLLMENT 2008                    894
                 WARD                               5
                 PROPOSED PROGRAM CAPACITY          1600




                                                           Site Plan




                                                                   DUNBAR - 1
                                  DUNBAR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                     1301 New Jersey Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC




PROPOSED PROGRAM PROFILE
 GRADE CONFIGURATION                            HS
 CTE – Engineering & Robotics
 SQ. FT. (EXISTING)                         343,400
 SQ. FT. (ADDITION)



 TYPE                                     PROPOSED                    TYPE                                    PROPOSED

 Academic Classrooms                            30                    Auditorium                                     1
 Science                                                              Technical Labs
 Special Education                               3                    Main Office                                    1
 Visual Arts                                     1                    Media Center                                   1
 Band/Instrument/Choral                          2                    Administrative/Health Suite                    1
 Gymnasium                                       1                    Cafeteria                                      1
 Auxiliary Gymnasium                                                  Kitchen                                        1
 Fitness

Proposed Planning Profiles
The inventory of spaces listed here is intended to outline the program of educational and support spaces necessary to support
the proposed program capacity. Individual educational specifications and facility programs will be developed with the School
Improvement and School Planning / Design teams at the time of project initiation.




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                                                     DUNBAR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                                           1301 New Jersey Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC




CONDITION ASSESSMENT
                                                                                                    Building System                                            2008 Rating
                                                                                                 ADA Compliance                                       Unsatisfactory
                                                                                                 Conveying Systems                                    Unsatisfactory
                                                                                                 Electrical                                           Fair
                                                                                                 Exterior Finish                                      Fair
                                                                                                 HVAC                                                 Ok
                                                                                                 Interior Finish                                      Poor
                                                                                                 Plumbing                                             Poor
                                                                                                 Roof                                                 Poor
                                                                                                 Structure                                            Fair
                                                                                                 Technology                                           Poor
Condition Assessment                                                                                      Condition Scorecard
The body of information summarized below is based on a detailed facility condition assessment completed   These ratings reflect the overall condition and level of replacement need for an entire system, in
in 2006 and updated by visual observations conducted in 2007. Improvement initiatives completed by        adherence with the Facility Condition Index (FCI) System, categorizing systems as
OPEFM in 2007 and 2008 are noted in red text in each section. An overall summary of work completed        “Good” (FCI < .25), “Fair” (FCI 0.25 – 0.50), “Poor” (FCI 0.51 – 0.85), or “Unsatisfactory” (FCI > .86).
under various OPEFM programs is provided at the end of the condition assessment.


Comments:
                                                  Building elevators does not comply with ADA requirements. Escalators not working.
1 Conveying System                                Elevators used for staff only.
                                                  The overall electrical system is in fair shape except building does not have adequate fire
                                                  alarm. There are no F.A. strobes in classrooms, corridors, boys and girls toilets, stairs,
                                                  lobbies, armory, gymnasium, etc. and do not comply with ADA code requirements. Defective
                                                  light fixtures, burned out ballasts and lamps, damaged and missing lens need replacement.
                                                  Auditorium: Stage lights not working, need replacement. Armory: 4-400W light fixtures
2 Electrical                                      defective. Scoreboard does not have receptacle to plug in. Gymnasium: 6-250W light
                                                  fixtures not working, 12-400W lamps not working, need replacement. F.A. magnet holders
                                                  (door magnet locks) broken throughout the building, and do not work. Lights on ramps not
                                                  working. Print shop RM #169 needs additional receptacles 120V-5, 208V-2, needs to
                                                  replace damaged receptacles 120V-3. Emergency generator is new and was installed
                                                  last year.
                                                  ADA ramps are long in length without landings at the required intermediate locations. Metal
3 Exterior Finish                                 siding on south wall loose and hanging. 2007: Replaced Exterior lighting

4 Structure                                       Cracks in concrete ceiling under cooling tower.
                                                  The original systems were installed on 1977. Most system components are beyond the
                                                  average service life. The (4) chillers, (1) cooling tower and associated pumps are installed
                                                  on 1999. Two air handling units were installed in 2003 and most air handling unit’s controls
                                                  were upgrade to direct digital controls on 2003. The original pneumatic control system was
5 HVAC                                            disconnected. But the controls at space level (for example through the duct reheat coils)
                                                  were not upgraded. So there is no way to control space environment except turning on or off
                                                  the air handling units. Some of the terminal heating units (for example, the hot water cabinet
                                                  unit heaters) can not be controlled because the original pneumatic valves were not removed
                                                  and upgraded. 2008: Repairs to boilers and classroom units.
                                                  Acoustic ceiling tiles are old, damaged and obsolete, VCT floors and carpets are worn out.
6 Interior Finish                                 2007: Interior athletic facilities improved. Carpentry, flooring, plumbing and paint completed.
                                                  Most of the plumbing fixtures are working. One of the water filtration systems was removed
7 Plumbing                                        and there is no backup water filtration system now. Only Garage and Auditorium have fire
                                                  sprinkler systems installed. There are two standpipe systems installed.

                                                                                                                                                                                                     DUNBAR - 3
                    DUNBAR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                        1301 New Jersey Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC




                   30,000 SF is the estimated built-up roof requiring repair or replacement. Students throw
                   chairs out windows and put holes in roof. Roof under cooling tower leaks. Roof leaks at
8 Roof             various other locations as reported by custodian. Standing seam roofing and siding
                   damaged by wind. Some roofing partially missing and in danger of falling to ground.
                   2008: Roof stabilized but not replaced.

                   Does not comply with ADA requirements. Building elevators does not comply with ADA
                   requirements. As per information - public address system, security system, telephone
9 ADA Compliance   system, communication system and internet system were working satisfactory. They have
                   computers but do not have enough receptacles and circuits to feed them. ADA rail
                   extensions not per code. Missing section of handrail on interior ramp.

                   Building time clock system is unsatisfactory. Telephone system, security system, public
10 Technology      address system, and communication system are satisfactory.


                   Football field needs graded and seeded. Running track has been condemned because of
                   bubbles in track surface. Trim existing trees. They provide a security problem (trees are next
11 Grounds         to fence and could be easily climbed to gain access to school property). 2007: Athletic filed
                   fully renovated.




                                                                                                         DUNBAR - 4
                            DUNBAR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                              1301 New Jersey Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC




RECENT HISTORY OF MODERNIZATION
2008 STABILIZATIONS

    Heating Blitz - Boiler Repairs & Classroom Units

    Emergency Security Repair Work (Exterior Lighting Replacements)


ATHLETIC FIELDS MODERNIZATION

    2007 Athletic Fields


2008 SUMMER BLITZ

    Site Work (Concrete Masonry, Painting, Fencing)

    Carpentry

    Doors & Windows

   Interior Finishes - Painting/Plastering

    Roof Repairs/Replacement

    Other Work Orders

    Mechanical

   Electrical


LEGACY PROJECTS - OTHER STABLIZATIONS

    Exterior Doors Replacements

    Interior Renovations - Various (Swing Spaces/Libraries/Asst. Supt. Offices)


       Planning       Design          Pre-Construction       In Progress      Completed




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DUNBAR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
 1301 New Jersey Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC




                                     First Basement Floor




                             Concept Plans
                             These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                             proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                             program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                             and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                             Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                             incorporating input from the School Improvement
                             team at the time of project initiation.



                                                                              DUNBAR - 6
DUNBAR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
 1301 New Jersey Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC




                                     Second Basement Floor




                              Concept Plans
                              These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                              proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                              program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                              and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                              Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                              incorporating input from the School Improvement
                              team at the time of project initiation.



                                                                             DUNBAR - 7
DUNBAR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
 1301 New Jersey Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC




                                                  Ground Floor




                              Concept Plans
                              These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                              proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                              program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                              and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                              Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                              incorporating input from the School Improvement
                              team at the time of project initiation.




                                                                             DUNBAR - 8
DUNBAR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
 1301 New Jersey Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC




                                                   First Floor




                              Concept Plans
                              These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                              proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                              program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                              and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                              Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                              incorporating input from the School Improvement
                              team at the time of project initiation.



                                                                             DUNBAR - 9
DUNBAR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
 1301 New Jersey Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC




                                                Second Floor




                              Concept Plans
                              These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                              proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                              program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                              and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                              Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                              incorporating input from the School Improvement
                              team at the time of project initiation.




                                                                            DUNBAR - 10
DUNBAR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
 1301 New Jersey Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC




                                                Third Floor




                              Concept Plans
                              These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                              proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                              program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                              and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                              Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                              incorporating input from the School Improvement
                              team at the time of project initiation.


                                                                            DUNBAR - 11
DUNBAR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
 1301 New Jersey Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC




                                                Fourth Floor




                             Concept Plans
                             These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                             proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                             program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                             and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                             Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                             incorporating input from the School Improvement
                             team at the time of project initiation.


                                                                            DUNBAR - 12
DUNBAR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
 1301 New Jersey Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC




                                                   Fifth Floor




                              Concept Plans
                              These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                              proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                              program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                              and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                              Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                              incorporating input from the School Improvement
                              team at the time of project initiation.


                                                                            DUNBAR - 13
DUNBAR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
 1301 New Jersey Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC




                                      Auditorium Basement




                              Concept Plans
                              These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                              proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                              program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                              and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                              Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                              incorporating input from the School Improvement
                              team at the time of project initiation.



                                                                            DUNBAR - 14
DUNBAR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
 1301 New Jersey Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC




                            Third Floor Mezzanine-West




                              Concept Plans
                              These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                              proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                              program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                              and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                              Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                              incorporating input from the School Improvement
                              team at the time of project initiation.

                                                                            DUNBAR - 15
DUNBAR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
 1301 New Jersey Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC




                            Fourth Floor Mezzanine-East




                              Concept Plans
                              These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                              proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                              program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                              and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                              Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                              incorporating input from the School Improvement
                              team at the time of project initiation.


                                                                            DUNBAR - 16
DUNBAR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
 1301 New Jersey Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC




                                      Fifth Floor Mezzanine-West




                              Concept Plans
                              These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                              proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                              program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                              and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                              Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                              incorporating input from the School Improvement
                              team at the time of project initiation.



                                                                            DUNBAR - 17
 EASTERN HIGH SCHOOL
1700 East Capitol Street, N.E., Washington, DC




           INITIAL YEAR BUILT                    1923
           BUILDING AREA                         288,800 SF
           CURRENT PROGRAM CAPACITY              1,425
           ENROLLMENT 2008                       565
           WARD                                  6
           PROPOSED PROGRAM CAPACITY             1,100




                                                     Site Plan




                                                                 EASTERN - 1
                                          EASTERN HIGH SCHOOL
                                        1700 East Capitol Street, N.E., Washington, DC




PROPOSED PROGRAM PROFILE
 GRADE CONFIGURATION                            HS
 CTE – Health & Medical
 SQ. FT. (EXISTING)                          288,800
 SQ. FT. (ADDITION)

 TYPE                                     PROPOSED                    TYPE                                      PROPOSED

 Academic Classrooms                             33                   Auditorium                                       1
 Science                                         8                    Technical Labs                                   6
 Special Education                               3                    Main Office                                      1
 Visual Arts                                     1                    Media Center                                     1
 Band/Instrument/Choral                          2                    Administrative/Health Suite                      1
 Gymnasium                                       1                    Cafeteria                                        1
 Auxiliary Gymnasium                                                  Kitchen                                          1
 Fitness                                          1


Proposed Planning Profiles
The inventory of spaces listed here is intended to outline the program of educational and support spaces necessary to
support the proposed program capacity. Individual educational specifications and facility programs will be developed with
the School Improvement and School Planning / Design teams at the time of project initiation.




                                                                                                                            EASTERN - 2
                                                         EASTERN HIGH SCHOOL
                                                     1700 East Capitol Street, N.E., Washington, DC




CONDITION ASSESSMENT
                                                                                                    Building System                                                     2008 Rating
                                                                                                 ADA Compliance                                       Fair
                                                                                                 Conveying Systems                                    Good
                                                                                                 Electrical                                           Fair
                                                                                                 Exterior Finish                                      Fair
                                                                                                 HVAC                                                 Fair
                                                                                                 Interior Finish                                      Fair
                                                                                                 Plumbing                                             Fair
                                                                                                 Roof                                                 Fair
                                                                                                 Structure                                            Fair
                                                                                                 Technology                                           Poor
Condition Assessment                                                                                      Condition Scorecard
The body of information summarized below is based on a detailed facility condition assessment completed   These ratings reflect the overall condition and level of replacement need for an entire system, in
in 2006 and updated by visual observations conducted in 2007. Improvement initiatives completed by        adherence with the Facility Condition Index (FCI) System, categorizing systems as
OPEFM in 2007 and 2008 are noted in red text in each section. An overall summary of work completed        “Good” (FCI < .25), “Fair” (FCI 0.25 – 0.50), “Poor” (FCI 0.51 – 0.85), or “Unsatisfactory” (FCI > .86).
under various OPEFM programs is provided at the end of the condition assessment.


Comments:
                                                  The one elevator at the south end of the building is a distance from the accessible entrance
1 Conveying System                                and ramp at the front of the building. The elevator cab finishes are in generally poor
                                                  condition. The call buttons are not ADA compliant.
                                                  The main switchboard, transformer and main distribution panels are in fair to good condition.
2 Electrical                                      The lighting and distribution is in poor condition throughout. Life Safety is poor throughout
                                                  the building. Data and IT are inadequate.
                                                  The brick facade is in relatively good condition for the age of the building. There is minor
                                                  cracking on all facades with evidence of discoloration at the parapets. Some repointing has
                                                  been done. There are a number of locations on the west facade with displaced masonry
                                                  above window lintels. The previous window replacement present was poorly executed.
                                                  Insulated glass and metal double hung windows were installed and fastened to existing
                                                  wood frame construction. The wood seems to be severely deteriorated in places and has
3 Exterior Finish                                 resulted in the loss of fastening for the metal cover plates. It is recommended that the
                                                  existing windows and wood sub-frame be replaced in its entirety. The limestone trim is in
                                                  relatively good condition however there are a number of conditions high in the building
                                                  which require attention. There is evidence of cracks and spalling above the front entrance
                                                  which require stabilization. Exterior grilles and louvers must be replaced.
                                                  2007: Replaced exterior lighting.
                                                  The structure is in fair condition. There is evidence of foundation wall cracking at the sub-
                                                  basement level primarily due to water infiltration and associated freeze thaw action. Of
                                                  particular concern is a condition in the fan room space # 10 at the roof slab, indicating a
4 Structure                                       possible structure failure. Our superficial observation indicates joist and slab cracking
                                                  showing shear failure at the reinforced concrete joists. We are recommending that a more
                                                  detailed investigation be conducted to properly evaluate the condition.
                                                  The HVAC equipment including distribution and controls is in generally fair to poor condition
5 HVAC                                            and should be replaced in its entirety. 2008: Repairs to boilers and classrooms units.
                                                  Installed 103 A/C units.
                                                  The interior finishes are worn, outdated and require a complete refurbishment. The water
                                                  ingress from the windows and roof leaks has resulted in serious deterioration of the
6 Interior Finish                                 ceilings and walls throughout. 2008: Door, Floors, Ceilings, Paint, Elevator and lighting
                                                  repairs completed.

                                                                                                                                                                                             EASTERN - 3
                      EASTERN HIGH SCHOOL
                    1700 East Capitol Street, N.E., Washington, DC




7 Plumbing         The plumbing distribution has outlived its service life and should be replaced.

                   The roof is a major source of water ingress and resultant damage to the building's interior
                   spaces. The built up roof system is in very poor condition. Gutters and downspouts are
8 Roof             missing and flashing has failed. The built up roof sections have outlived their service and
                   must be replaced. The modified bitumen membrane is in fair condition however it requires
                   localized repairs. 2008: The Roof was stabilized.
                   Compliance with ADA is inadequate. Door hardware and toilet provisions do not technically
9 ADA Compliance   meet the requirements. Access to the building is inadequate. Elevator call buttons to do
                   meet current code.

                   Technology is inadequate and in some cases not existent within the classrooms and
10 Technology      special spaces.

                   The sidewalks and drives are in fair condition. The retaining walls require resetting of the
                   masonry in some cases. The basketball and tennis courts are in poor condition and require
                   replacement. The softball field is in poor condition and requires reconditioning; the football
11 Grounds         field is in fair condition and requires reconditioning. The bleachers are in relatively good
                   condition. The press box and field structures are in fair condition and require refurbishment.
                   2007: Athletic field fully renovated.




                                                                                                     EASTERN - 4
                             EASTERN HIGH SCHOOL
                          1700 East Capitol Street, N.E., Washington, DC




RECENT HISTORY OF MODERNIZATION
2008 STABILIZATIONS

    Heating Blitz - Boiler Repairs & Classroom Units

    Emergency Security Repair Work (Exterior Lighting Replacements)

    AC Window Units Installations & Electrical Upgrades


ATHLETIC FIELDS MODERNIZATION

    2008 Athletic Fields (Premier)


2008 SUMMER BLITZ

     Site Work (Concrete Masonry, Painting, Fencing)

     Carpentry

     Doors & Windows

     Interior Finishes - Painting/Plastering

     Roof Repairs/Replacement

     Other Work Orders

     Mechanical

     Electrical


LEGACY PROJECTS - OTHER STABLIZATIONS

    Mechanical High Pressure Plant Conversions
         Planning         Design           Pre-Construction     In Progress   Completed




                                                                                          EASTERN - 5
 EASTERN HIGH SCHOOL
1700 East Capitol Street, N.E., Washington, DC




                                                          Sub-Basement




                                    Concept Plans
                                    These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                                    proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                                    program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                                    and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                                    Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                                    incorporating input from the School Improvement
                                    team at the time of project initiation.



                                                                            EASTERN - 6
 EASTERN HIGH SCHOOL
1700 East Capitol Street, N.E., Washington, DC




                                                                Basement




                                   Concept Plans
                                   These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                                   proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                                   program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                                   and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                                   Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                                   incorporating input from the School Improvement
                                   team at the time of project initiation.


                                                                             EASTERN - 7
 EASTERN HIGH SCHOOL
1700 East Capitol Street, N.E., Washington, DC




                                                                      First Floor




                                   Concept Plans
                                   These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                                   proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                                   program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                                   and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                                   Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                                   incorporating input from the School Improvement
                                   team at the time of project initiation.




                                                                             EASTERN - 8
 EASTERN HIGH SCHOOL
1700 East Capitol Street, N.E., Washington, DC




                                                                  Second Floor




                                  Concept Plans
                                  These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                                  proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                                  program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                                  and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                                  Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                                  incorporating input from the School Improvement
                                  team at the time of project initiation.




                                                                             EASTERN - 9
 EASTERN HIGH SCHOOL
1700 East Capitol Street, N.E., Washington, DC




                                                                    Third Floor




                                   Concept Plans
                                   These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                                   proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                                   program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                                   and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                                   Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                                   incorporating input from the School Improvement
                                   team at the time of project initiation.


                                                                           EASTERN - 10
ELLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
 1698 35th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.




         INITIAL YEAR BUILT                 1898
         BUILDING AREA                      167,500 SF
         CURRENT PROGRAM CAPACITY           500
         ENROLLMENT 2008                    470
         WARD                               2
         PROPOSED PROGRAM CAPACITY          700




                                               Site Plan


                                                           ELLINGTON - 1
                                        ELLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
                                            1698 35th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.




PROPOSED PROGRAM PROFILE
GRADE CONFIGURATION                        HS 9-12

Performing Arts HS

SQ. FT. (EXISTING)                         167,500
SQ. FT. (ADDITION)


TYPE                                    PROPOSED


Academic Classrooms                            23
Art Classrooms                                  1
Music Classrooms                                2
Labs                                            4
Special Ed Classrooms                           1
Gymnasium                                       1
Main Offices                                    1
Media Center                                    1
Auditorium                                      1
Administrative/Health Suite                     1
Cafeteria                                       1
Kitchen                                         1
Science                                         6
Performing Arts Classroom                      11
Performing Arts Lab                             9

Proposed Planning Profiles
The inventory of spaces listed here is intended to outline the program of educational and support spaces necessary to
support the proposed program capacity. Individual educational specifications and facility programs will be developed with
the School Improvement and School Planning / Design teams at the time of project initiation.




                                                                                                                            ELLINGTON - 2
                                                              ELLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
                                                                    1698 35th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.




CONDITION ASSESSMENT
                                                                                                    Building System                                                     2008 Rating
                                                                                                 ADA Compliance                                       Poor
                                                                                                 Conveying Systems                                    Fair
                                                                                                 Electrical                                           Fair
                                                                                                 Exterior Finish                                      Good
                                                                                                 HVAC                                                 Poor
                                                                                                 Interior Finish                                      Fair
                                                                                                 Plumbing                                             Fair
                                                                                                 Roof                                                 Good
                                                                                                 Structure                                            Good
                                                                                                 Technology                                           Fair
Condition Assessment                                                                                      Condition Scorecard
The body of information summarized below is based on a detailed facility condition assessment completed   These ratings reflect the overall condition and level of replacement need for an entire system, in
in 2006 and updated by visual observations conducted in 2007. Improvement initiatives completed by        adherence with the Facility Condition Index (FCI) System, categorizing systems as
OPEFM in 2007 and 2008 are noted in red text in each section. An overall summary of work completed        “Good” (FCI < .25), “Fair” (FCI 0.25 – 0.50), “Poor” (FCI 0.51 – 0.85), or “Unsatisfactory” (FCI > .86).
under various OPEFM programs is provided at the end of the condition assessment.


Comments:
                                                  Building elevator does not comply with ADA requirements. It is in need of upgrades to
1 Conveying System                                hardware and wiring.

                                                  Complete upgrade of electrical systems is needed. Lighting is in poor condition and is not
2 Electrical                                      energy efficient. Main service is adequate for existing systems; modification to HVAC or
                                                  technology will require upgrades.

                                                  Many windows are inoperable and need replacement. The exterior facade needs some
3 Exterior Finish                                 general cleaning, caulking, and sealing. Windows malfunction and need replacement.
                                                  Security screens should also be replaced. Building trim needs to be cleaned.

                                                  The general structure is in good condition. Ground water problems at the basement level are
4 Structure                                       causing the floor finishes to fail.

                                                  The entire exhaust system needs to be replaced. Numerous air handling components need
                                                  to be replaced because they are malfunctioning or have reached the end of useful life.
                                                  Distribution piping is in poor condition. Radiators are in terrible condition. Window units are
5 HVAC                                            used for cooling spaces; some do not function while most function poorly. The temperature
                                                  control system should be modernized. 2008: Repairs to boilers and classroom heating
                                                  unites. Installed 118 A/C window units. And Electrical Upgrades. Repairs to A/C Central unit.

                                                  The building generally is not being used as intended, - the present school for the arts and
                                                  original high school. Many spaces need to be renovated or modernized for special uses.
                                                  Some need to be reconfigured with special accommodations such as acoustics, special floor
6 Interior Finish                                 finishes, etc. Asbestos tile is present and should be removed. Most flooring is concrete and
                                                  in poor condition. Ceiling and wall finishes are well worn as well. Plaster walls need to be
                                                  replaced. 2008: Paint, lighting, A/C repairs, Ceiling and Flooring completed.




                                                                                                                                                                                                ELLINGTON - 3
                          ELLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
                             1698 35th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.




                   Fixtures are inadequate and should be replaced. Drains and showers are in need of
7 Plumbing         significant repair work. Piping is deteriorating and signs of leaks are visible.

                   There are four different roof systems present. All flashing and gutters should be replaced as
8 Roof             part of the upcoming renovation project. 2007: Roof Replacement.

                   Compliance with ADA is inadequate. Door hardware and toilet provisions do not technically
9 ADA Compliance   meet the requirements. Access to the building is inadequate. Elevator call buttons to do
                   meet current code. Handrails need extensions. Wet fixtures throughout are non-compliant.

                   The equipment appears to be in fair to good condition overall. Despite appearances, some
10 Technology      equipment is obsolete and networking, software, and hardware should be improved. Adding
                   dedicated rooms for equipment that are climate controlled and secure is recommended.


                   Sidewalks and curbs need repair. Parking areas need to be resurfaced. The athletic fields
11 Grounds         need landscaping work.




                                                                                                     ELLINGTON - 4
                                ELLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
                                   1698 35th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.




RECENT HISTORY OF MODERNIZATION
2008 STABILIZATIONS

   Heating Blitz - Boiler Repairs & Classroom Units

    Emergency Security Repair Work (Exterior Lighting Replacements)

    AC Window Units Installations & Electrical Upgrades

2008 SUMMER BLITZ

    Site Work (Concrete Masonry, Painting, Fencing)

    Carpentry

    Doors & Windows

   Interior Finishes - Painting/Plastering

    Roof Repairs/Replacement

    Other Work Orders

    Mechanical

   Electrical


LEGACY PROJECTS-OTHER STABILIZATIONS

     Interior Renovations-Swing Spaces/Libraries/Interior Athletic Facilities (Locker Rooms)/

     ADA

    Roof Replacements

   Mechanical-Terminal Units Replacements

      
       Planning        Design          Pre-Construction       In Progress   Completed




                                                                                                ELLINGTON - 5
ELLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
 1698 35th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.




                                                Basement



                              Concept Plans
                              These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                              proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                              program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                              and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                              Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                              incorporating input from the School Improvement
                              team at the time of project initiation.



                                                                       ELLINGTON - 6
ELLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
 1698 35th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.




                                                  Ground Floor




                              Concept Plans
                              These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                              proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                              program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                              and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                              Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                              incorporating input from the School Improvement
                              team at the time of project initiation.


                                                                       ELLINGTON - 7
ELLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
 1698 35th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.




                                                  First Floor




                              Concept Plans
                              These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                              proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                              program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                              and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                              Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                              incorporating input from the School Improvement
                              team at the time of project initiation.

                                                                       ELLINGTON - 8
ELLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
 1698 35th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.




                                             Second Floor




                              Concept Plans
                              These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                              proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                              program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                              and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                              Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                              incorporating input from the School Improvement
                              team at the time of project initiation.


                                                                       ELLINGTON - 9
ELLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
 1698 35th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.




                                                Third Floor




                              Concept Plans
                              These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                              proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                              program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                              and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                              Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                              incorporating input from the School Improvement
                              team at the time of project initiation.


                                                                      ELLINGTON - 10
FLETCHER JOHNSON SWING SPACE

   WOODSON AT FLETCHER JOHNSON
    4650 Benning Road, S.E., Washington, DC




             INITIAL YEAR BUILT               1977
             BUILDING AREA                    302,000 SF
             CURRENT PROGRAM CAPACITY         814
             ENROLLMENT                       Swing
             WARD                             7
             PROPOSED PROGRAM CAPACITY




                                                 Site Plan




                                                  FLETCHER JOHNSON - 1
                             FLETCHER JOHNSON SWING SPACE

                                      WOODSON AT FLETCHER JOHNSON
                                         4650 Benning Road, S.E., Washington, DC




PROPOSED PROGRAM PROFILE
 GRADE CONFIGURATION                            HS
 STEM Program
 SQ. FT. (EXISTING)                          302,000
 SQ.FT. (ADDITION)


 TYPE                                    PROPOSED                     TYPE                                    PROPOSED

 Academic Classrooms                            40                   Multi-Purpose                                       1
 Science                                        8                    Technical Labs                                      6
 Special Education                              4                    Main Office                                         1
 Visual Arts                                    2                    Library/Media Center                                1
 Band/Instrument/Choral                         2                    Health Suite                                        1
 Gymnasium                                      1                    Cafeteria                                           1
 Auxiliary Gymnasium                                                 Kitchen                                             1
 Fitness


Proposed Planning Profiles
The inventory of spaces listed here is intended to outline the program of educational and support spaces necessary to support the
proposed program capacity. Individual educational specifications and facility programs will be developed with the School
Improvement and School Planning / Design teams at the time of project initiation.




                                                                                                               FLETCHER JOHNSON - 2
                     FLETCHER JOHNSON SWING SPACE

                           WOODSON AT FLETCHER JOHNSON
                             4650 Benning Road, S.E., Washington, DC

CONDITION ASSESSMENT
                                                   Building System                        2008 Rating
                                                ADA Compliance                   Unsatisfactory
                                                Conveying Systems                Good
                                                Electrical                       Fair
                                                Exterior Finish                  Fair
                                                HVAC                             Poor
                                                Interior Finish                  Fair
                                                Plumbing                         Fair
                                                Roof                             Poor
                                                Structure                        Fair
                                                Technology                       Poor




Comments:
                     The elevator was found to be in working order, although more frequent routine maintenance
1 Conveying System   may still improve the condition. 2008 Receiving School (R/S): Elevator addition is ADA-
                     compliant
                     Main electrical equipment is in fair to good condition. Fluorescent lighting is in poor to fair
                     condition and should be repaired or replaced throughout the building. Some spaces have
                     insufficient lighting as well. Fire/smoke detectors are unsatisfactory and should be replaced.
                     The public address system should be upgraded throughout. Exit lighting is insufficient in
                     some areas or missing altogether. 2008 R/S: Upgraded electrical outlets throughout
2 Electrical         building where applicable. Replaced expired fluorescent ballast and tubes as required.
                     Replaced cracked, missing or broken light lens covers as required. Replaced lamps in
                     existing fixtures & provide attic stock. Repaired and or installed new lighting fixtures in
                     lavatories, classrooms, and other locations where current application is insufficient or non-
                     existing.
                     Some exterior windows should be replaced due to poor condition. Minor repairs are required
                     for exterior stairs and CIP concrete. More intensive repair work is needed on some exterior
3 Exterior Finish    doors and curtain walls and panels. 2008 R/S: Security screens re-painted; broken window
                     panes replaced. Major repainting/repair of brick walls.
                     The concrete structure appears typical for its age but does not require significant repair
4 Structure          work.

                     Overall, the system is in poor condition. Pneumatic controls should be upgraded. Several air
5 HVAC               handling units require replacement. Visible piping is in fair condition.

                     Numerous book shelves, lockers, and cabinets require replacement. Large sections of
                     concrete or tiled ceiling spaces are in poor condition. Wood, carpet, and vinyl flooring all
                     have areas requiring repair or replacement, the majority of which is VCT. Several sections of
6 Interior Finish    CMU wall are in poor condition and require repair work. 2008 R/S: Repaired cracks in
                     masonry walls, new patch and painting throughout, new VCT flooring, repaired hardwood
                     floors, new ceiling tiles, replaced damaged/defective doors and hardware.
                     Fixtures should be upgraded for code and ADA compliance. Almost all drinking fountains
                     should be replaced due to deteriorated condition. 2008 R/S: Existing restrooms repaired
7 Plumbing           and renovated boiler system and distribution piping trouble-shooting to ensure correct
                     pressure and temperature.
                     There are two roof systems present on the building. Both are in need of repair or
                     replacement. In addition to roof replacement, flashing has begun to fail allowing moisture
8 Roof               penetration into the building. 2008 R/S: Repaired / replaced leaking roof portions, including
                     flashing, gutters, downspouts and roofing membrane.
                                                                                             FLETCHER JOHNSON - 3
                   FLETCHER JOHNSON SWING SPACE

                        WOODSON AT FLETCHER JOHNSON
                          4650 Benning Road, S.E., Washington, DC
                   The building requires significant improvement for ADA compliance. Corridors, classrooms,
                   and bathrooms have poor access relative to the standards. Handrails are lacking
                   throughout. Fire alarms are not ADA compliant (no strobe alert) and some doors were
                   padlocked shut, creating a fire hazard. Handicapped seating was missing from the
9 ADA Compliance   auditorium space as well. 2008: New restrooms, interior doors in newly created spaces,
                   newly created designated ‘station’, and replaced fixtures in existing restrooms are all ADA
                   Compliant. 2008 R/S: New door hardware, new restrooms are ADA-compliant, new exterior
                   ramp at staff entry.

                   Modernized telephone and public address systems should be installed throughout the
                   building. A proper computer network with a climate controlled service room should be
10 Technology      created. 2008 R/S: Repairs to P.A. system throughout the building, added computer
                   connectivity to new classrooms, library, and media center.
                   Improvements to the drainage system are required. Improved ADA access to grounds
                   spaces is also needed. 2008: Repair of damaged concrete walkways and parking lot
11 Grounds         completed. Handicapped parking spaces designated. 2008 R/S: New parking area and
                   driveway A/C paving and striping, new basketball court paving and fixtures.




                                                                                        FLETCHER JOHNSON - 4
                            FLETCHER JOHNSON SWING SPACE

                                    WOODSON AT FLETCHER JOHNSON
                                      4650 Benning Road, S.E., Washington, DC




2008 STABILIZATIONS

         Heating Blitz - Boiler Repairs & Classroom Units

         Emergency Security Repair Work (Exterior Lighting Replacements)

        AC Window Units Installations & Electrical Upgrades


SCHOOL CONSOLIDATIONS & RECEIVING SCHOOLS (I,II)


         Classrooms Configurations

         Sitework - (concrete, masonry, painting, fencing)

         Wood and Plastics - (Carpentry)

         Thermal and Moisture Protection (Roofing)

         Doors and Windows

         Finishes - (Interior Painting)

         Mechanical

         Electrical

         Work Orders


        Planning        Design           Pre-Construction    In Progress   Completed




                                                                                       FLETCHER JOHNSON - 5
FLETCHER JOHNSON SWING SPACE

   WOODSON AT FLETCHER JOHNSON
    4650 Benning Road, S.E., Washington, DC




                                                                        Basement




                                Concept Plans
                                These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                                proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                                program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                                and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                                Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                                incorporating input from the School Improvement
                                team at the time of project initiation.




                                                              FLETCHER JOHNSON - 6
FLETCHER JOHNSON SWING SPACE

   WOODSON AT FLETCHER JOHNSON
    4650 Benning Road, S.E., Washington, DC




                                                     Ground Floor




                                Concept Plans
                                These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                                proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                                program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                                and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                                Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                                incorporating input from the School Improvement
                                team at the time of project initiation.




                                                              FLETCHER JOHNSON - 7
FLETCHER JOHNSON SWING SPACE

   WOODSON AT FLETCHER JOHNSON
    4650 Benning Road, S.E., Washington, DC




                                                           First Floor




                                Concept Plans
                                These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                                proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                                program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                                and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                                Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                                incorporating input from the School Improvement
                                team at the time of project initiation.




                                                              FLETCHER JOHNSON - 8
FLETCHER JOHNSON SWING SPACE

   WOODSON AT FLETCHER JOHNSON
    4650 Benning Road, S.E., Washington, DC




                                                      Second Floor




                                Concept Plans
                                These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                                proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                                program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                                and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                                Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                                incorporating input from the School Improvement
                                team at the time of project initiation.




                                                              FLETCHER JOHNSON - 9
FLETCHER JOHNSON SWING SPACE

   WOODSON AT FLETCHER JOHNSON
    4650 Benning Road, S.E., Washington, DC




                                                          Third Floor




                                Concept Plans
                                These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                                proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                                program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                                and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                                Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                                incorporating input from the School Improvement
                                team at the time of project initiation.



                                                            FLETCHER JOHNSON - 10
      LOGAN SCHOOL
SCHOOL WITHOUT WALLS AT LOGAN
  215 G. Street, N.E., Washington, DC




    INITIAL YEAR BUILT                  1935
    BUILDING AREA                       47,200 SF
    CURRENT PROGRAM CAPACITY            479
    ENROLLMENT 2008                     418
    WARD                                6
    PROPOSED PROGRAM CAPACITY           450




                                               Site Plan




                                                           LOGAN - 1
                                                     LOGAN SCHOOL
                                            SCHOOL WITHOUT WALLS AT LOGAN
                                              215 G. Street, N.E., Washington, DC




PROPOSED PROGRAM PROFILE
                                            HS 9-12
 GRADE CONFIGURATION
                                            (Swing)


 SQ. FT. (EXISTING)                          47,200
 SQ. FT. (ADDITION)


 TYPE                                    PROPOSED                     TYPE                                   PROPOSED

 Academic Classrooms                            14                    Multi-Purpose                                  1
 Science                                        3                     Technical Labs                                 1
 Special Education                              1                     Main Office                                    1
 Visual Arts                                    1                     Media Center                                   1
 Band/Instrument/Choral                         1                     Administrative/Health Suite                    1
 Gymnasium                                                            Cafeteria
 Auxiliary Gymnasium                                                  Kitchen
 Fitness


Proposed Planning Profiles
The inventory of spaces listed here is intended to outline the program of educational and support spaces necessary to support
the proposed program capacity. Individual educational specifications and facility programs will be developed with the School
Improvement and School Planning / Design teams at the time of project initiation.




                                                                                                                                LOGAN - 2
                                        LOGAN SCHOOL
                               SCHOOL WITHOUT WALLS AT LOGAN
                                 215 G. Street, N.E., Washington, DC




CONDITION ASSESSMENT
                                                     Building System                       2008 Rating
                                                   ADA Compliance                  Unsatisfactory
                                                   Conveying Systems               Unsatisfactory
                                                   Electrical                      Poor
                                                   Exterior Finish                 Poor
                                                   HVAC                            Fair
                                                   Interior Finish                 Fair
                                                   Plumbing                        Fair
                                                   Roof                            Good
                                                   Structure                       Poor
                                                   Technology                      Poor




Comments:
1 Conveying System   There are no elevators, escalators, or lift systems in the building.
                     The electrical distribution system in the original building was upgraded relatively recently.
                     The overall quality and functionality of the electrical system installation ranges from fair to
                     poor. The conduit is unsightly. At a number of rooms, surface-mounted conduit and
                     receptacles on the floor are a tripping hazard. There are numerous penetrations through
                     walls and floors that should be fire-rated (as well as smoke partitions). Circuit breakers
2 Electrical         frequently trip; there is an insufficient number of receptacles. Major components appear to
                     be in good condition, as is most of the electrical distribution system. The existing fire alarm
                     system is obsolete and needs to be replaced. There is an emergency generator, probably
                     installed as part of the upgrade. 2007: Fire alarm system, PA enhancement, electrical,
                     lighting replacement.
                     At the main building, wood trim is deteriorating and in unsatisfactory condition due to water
                     damage. The windows are typically in unsatisfactory condition. About 25% of the brick and
                     100% of the limestone on the main building needs repainting. The exterior of the
3 Exterior Finish    demountable building is in fair condition. Exterior metal siding was painted over peeling
                     paint, which continues to peel. 2007: Fencing, Fire Alarm system enhancement, PA
                     enhancement. Exterior – paint doors, windows.

                     Overall, the structure at the main building appears to be sound. The east wing has some
                     settlement cracks in the CMU at both the north and south ends. The stone veneer at the
4 Structure          foundation of the main building is in poor condition. Some of the stone is spalling and 100%
                     needs repainting.

                     The main building has a steam heating system consisting of a mixture (often all in the same
                     room) of radiators, cabinet unit heaters, and aluminum finned heat convectors. All
                     classrooms are over-heated, particularly at the east wing (some rooms are around 95°F).
                     The excess heat, combined with moisture penetration, is highly conducive to mold growth; a
5 HVAC               stale odor prevails. The survey team is concerned as to the suitability of these conditions for
                     a learning environment for either children or adults. All heating system piping is old. It
                     appears that only steam boilers are reusable. Window air conditioners and portable air
                     conditioner units are used. 2008: Repairs to boilers and classroom heating units. Installed
                     46 window A/C units.

                                                                                                               LOGAN - 3
                                       LOGAN SCHOOL
                              SCHOOL WITHOUT WALLS AT LOGAN
                                215 G. Street, N.E., Washington, DC




                    At the main building, the interior condition ranges from poor to unsatisfactory. Water damage
                    at the west wing and auditorium has caused significant damage to the plaster walls and
                    ceilings which in some areas is an immediate life safety issue. Moisture penetration at the
                    east wing has caused extensive peeling paint and mold growth on painted brick walls.
6 Interior Finish   Plaster ceilings at the east wing were repaired within the past 2-3 years; however, the leaks
                    causing the plaster damage were reportedly not repaired, as evidenced by paint that is
                    again starting to peel. Classroom carpeting ranges from poor to unsatisfactory condition.
                    2007: Plaster repair, painting, flooring and whiteboards.

                    Generally speaking, school plumbing fixtures are in poor condition. Some water closets and
                    fountains are not working. Domestic water service is made of galvanized steel in violation of
7 Plumbing          current DC Code requirements. 2007: Plumbing improvements. Repair and replace toilet
                    partitions.

                    The slate roofs on the main building are in fair condition, with cracked, missing, or broken
                    slates that need to be replaced. The built-in gutters, copper gutter liners, and downspouts at
                    the perimeter of the slate roofs are in unsatisfactory condition, resulting in extensive interior
                    wall leakage and deterioration of the exterior wood cornice and dentils. The flat roofs on the
                    main building are modified bitumen roof membranes applied over built-up membranes.
8 Roof              There appear to be a number of active leaks under these roofs in the auditorium and central
                    hallway. The modified bitumen roofs are in poor condition and were poorly flashed. The two
                    cupolas located at the center of each side wing are in urgent need of maintenance and
                    painting. The flat locked and soldered seam copper roofs on the top of the cupolas are in fair
                    condition. The flat locked and soldered seam copper roofs over the entrance porches and
                    bay windows are in fair condition.
                    The main building has one accessible entry at the north side; however the majority of the
9 ADA Compliance    doors and therefore the adjacent spaces do not comply with ADA. The second floor is
                    completely inaccessible.
                    The telephone and data system needs major renovation at the main building. There is loose
10 Technology       cabling and wiring throughout the building, with a number of conduits detached from walls
                    and ceilings. There is no wireless computer network at the main building.
                    The grounds are generally in poor condition. Sidewalks, curbs, and paving are deteriorating
                    and should be repaired in the near future. There are no athletic fields and only one small
11 Grounds          playground. This play structure is in overall good condition; however the padding surface
                    has localized damage.




                                                                                                              LOGAN - 4
                                             LOGAN SCHOOL
                                     SCHOOL WITHOUT WALLS AT LOGAN
                                       215 G. Street, N.E., Washington, DC




RECENT HISTORY OF MODERNIZATION

2008 STABILIZATIONS
          AC Window Units Installations & Electrical Upgrades


LEGACY PROJECTS - OTHER STABLIZATIONS

        Interior Renovations - Various (Swing Spaces/Libraries/Asst. Supt. Offices)

        Roof Replacements

        Planning       Design        Pre-Construction         In Progress         Completed




                                                                                                     LOGAN - 5
      LOGAN SCHOOL
SCHOOL WITHOUT WALLS AT LOGAN
  215 G. Street, N.E., Washington, DC




                                                       Basement




                         Concept Plans
                         These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                         proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                         program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                         and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                         Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                         incorporating input from the School Improvement
                         team at the time of project initiation.




                                                                          LOGAN - 6
      LOGAN SCHOOL
SCHOOL WITHOUT WALLS AT LOGAN
  215 G. Street, N.E., Washington, DC




                                                          First Floor




                          Concept Plans
                          These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                          proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                          program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                          and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                          Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                          incorporating input from the School Improvement
                          team at the time of project initiation.




                                                                         LOGAN - 7
      LOGAN SCHOOL
SCHOOL WITHOUT WALLS AT LOGAN
  215 G. Street, N.E., Washington, DC




                                                        Second Floor




                         Concept Plans
                         These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                         proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                         program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                         and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                         Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                         incorporating input from the School Improvement
                         team at the time of project initiation.



                                                                          LOGAN - 8
McKINLEY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
     151 T Street, N.E., Washington, DC




         INITIAL YEAR BUILT               1939
         BUILDING AREA                    282,000 SF
         CURRENT PROGRAM CAPACITY         800
         ENROLLMENT 2008                  876
         WARD                             5
         PROPOSED PROGRAM CAPACITY        800




                                                 Site Plan


                                                             MCKINLEY - 1
                                McKINLEY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                               151 T Street, N.E., Washington, DC




PROPOSED PROGRAM PROFILE
 GRADE CONFIGURATION           HS 9-12
Science and Technology Program
 SQ. FT. (EXISTING)                            282,000
 SQ. FT. (ADDITION)


 TYPE                                      PROPOSED                   TYPE                                      PROPOSED

 Academic Classrooms                              23                  Auditorium                                       1
 Science                                          6                   Technical Labs                                   14
 Special Education                                1                   Main Office                                      1
 Visual Arts                                      1                   Media Center                                     1
 Band/Instrument/Choral                           2                   Administrative/Health Suite                      1
 Gymnasium                                        1                   Cafeteria                                        1
 Auxiliary Gymnasium                                                  Kitchen                                          1
 Fitness                                           1

Proposed Planning Profiles
The inventory of spaces listed here is intended to outline the program of educational and support spaces necessary to support
the proposed program capacity. Individual educational specifications and facility programs will be developed with the School
Improvement and School Planning / Design teams at the time of project initiation.




                                                                                                                            MCKINLEY - 2
                                                     McKINLEY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                                                            151 T Street, N.E., Washington, DC




CONDITION ASSESSMENT
                                                                                                    Building System                                                     2008 Rating
                                                                                                 ADA Compliance                                       Good
                                                                                                 Conveying Systems                                    Good
                                                                                                 Electrical                                           Good
                                                                                                 Exterior Finish                                      Fair
                                                                                                 HVAC                                                 Good
                                                                                                 Interior Finish                                      Good
                                                                                                 Plumbing                                             Good
                                                                                                 Roof                                                 Good
                                                                                                 Structure                                            Good
                                                                                                 Technology                                           Good
Condition Assessment                                                                                      Condition Scorecard
The body of information summarized below is based on a detailed facility condition assessment completed   These ratings reflect the overall condition and level of replacement need for an entire system, in
in 2006 and updated by visual observations conducted in 2007. Improvement initiatives completed by        adherence with the Facility Condition Index (FCI) System, categorizing systems as
OPEFM in 2007 and 2008 are noted in red text in each section. An overall summary of work completed        “Good” (FCI < .25), “Fair” (FCI 0.25 – 0.50), “Poor” (FCI 0.51 – 0.85), or “Unsatisfactory” (FCI > .86).
under various OPEFM programs is provided at the end of the condition assessment.


Comments:
1 Conveying System                                Elevators are new and functioning properly. They are ADA compliant.

                                                  The electrical system is in good condition with sufficient capacity to serve the needs of the
2 Electrical                                      school. There are some minor clearance issues with equipments. The electronic card key
                                                  access system is not functioning.

                                                  The windows have been replaced and are in good condition. The brick façade is in relatively
                                                  good condition with minor cracking at joints in limited locations. The major problem and area
                                                  of concern is at the marble cornices and trim, high on the façade. There appears to be
                                                  significant deterioration of the marble brackets and modillions, both from age and water
3 Exterior Finish                                 infiltration. A number of elements appear to be fractured and some are displaced as a result
                                                  of freeze thaw action. We are recommending that a more detailed investigation be
                                                  conducted and that all marble elements be cleaned reset where required and all joints
                                                  repainted. Doors are in good condition.

                                                  Minor cracking at two masonry walls in the basement. Does not appear to be a
4 Structure                                       significant problem.

                                                  Systems are appropriate for intended use. There seems to be a problem with the chillers
5 HVAC                                            related to controls and commissioning. In some cases HVAC equipment has been installed
                                                  in inaccessible areas. 2008: Repairs to boilers classrooms heating units.

                                                  The interior finishes throughout the building are in good condition and very well maintained.
                                                  The exception exists within most of the stairwells and core spaces. Where paint was
                                                  applied directly over chipped paints and holes in the plaster. The newly completed library
6 Interior Finish                                 and lecture halls have installed finishes with badly painted walls. It is our understanding
                                                  that the patching of existing wall surfaces was not included in the construction contract.
                                                  2007: Athletic facilities modernization. 2008: Ceilings, Paint, Electrical, HVAC,
                                                  concrete completed.

7 Plumbing                                        The plumbing is in good condition with very minor leaks identified.



                                                                                                                                                                                                      MCKINLEY - 3
                    McKINLEY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                   151 T Street, N.E., Washington, DC




                   The recently installed roof is in relatively good condition with minor problems observed and
8 Roof             as highlighted in greater detail.

                   ADA requirements have been met, with the exception of minor clearance issues at a few of
9 ADA Compliance   the drinking fountains / toilet entrances.

10 Technology      Highly advanced and state of the art wireless technology.

                   Bleacher and fields are in a serious state of disrepair. Exterior lighting is not sufficient.
11 Grounds         Retaining walls require repair. Brick plaza and marble steps in need of repair.
                   2007: Athletic Field renovated.




                                                                                                                   MCKINLEY- 4
                                 McKINLEY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                            151 T Street, N.E., Washington, DC




RECENT HISTORY OF MODERNIZATION

ATHLETIC FIELDS MODERNIZATION

         2007 Athletic Fields


2008 SUMMER BLITZ

         Site Work (Concrete Masonry, Painting, Fencing)

         Carpentry

         Doors & Windows

        Interior Finishes - Painting/Plastering

         Roof Repairs/Replacement

         Other Work Orders

         Mechanical

        Electrical


         Planning       Design         Pre-Construction       In Progress   Completed




                                                                                               MCKINLEY- 5
McKINLEY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
     151 T Street, N.E., Washington, DC




                               Gym First Floor




                            Concept Plans
                            These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                            proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                            program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                            and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                            Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                            incorporating input from the School Improvement
                            team at the time of project initiation.



                                                                            MCKINLEY- 6
McKINLEY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
     151 T Street, N.E., Washington, DC




                           Gym Second Floor




                            Concept Plans
                            These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                            proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                            program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                            and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                            Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                            incorporating input from the School Improvement
                            team at the time of project initiation.




                                                                            MCKINLEY- 7
McKINLEY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
     151 T Street, N.E., Washington, DC




                           Main Building First Floor




                              Concept Plans
                              These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                              proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                              program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                              and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                              Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                              incorporating input from the School Improvement
                              team at the time of project initiation.



                                                                             MCKINLEY- 8
McKINLEY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
     151 T Street, N.E., Washington, DC




                        Main Building Second Floor




                              Concept Plans
                              These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                              proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                              program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                              and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                              Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                              incorporating input from the School Improvement
                              team at the time of project initiation.



                                                                             MCKINLEY- 9
McKINLEY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
     151 T Street, N.E., Washington, DC




                           Main Building Third Floor




                            Concept Plans
                            These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                            proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                            program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                            and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                            Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                            incorporating input from the School Improvement
                            team at the time of project initiation.



                                                                           MCKINLEY- 10
MOORE, LUKE C. ACADEMY
 1001 Monroe Street, N.E., Washington, DC




        INITIAL YEAR BUILT                  (Const.) 2006
        BUILDING AREA                       26,911 SF
        CURRENT PROGRAM CAPACITY            400
        ENROLLMENT 2008                     400
        WARD                                5
        PROPOSED PROGRAM CAPACITY           385




                                                  Site Plan




                                                              MOORE - 1
                                       MOORE, LUKE C. ACADEMY
                                          1001 Monroe Street, N.E., Washington, DC




PROPOSED PROGRAM PROFILE
 GRADE CONFIGURATION                        HS 9-12


 SQ. FT. (EXISTING)                          26,911
 SQ. FT. (ADDITION)                          74,000


 TYPE                                     PROPOSED                    TYPE                                    PROPOSED

 Academic Classrooms                            9                     Auditorium                                     1
 Science                                                              Technical Labs                                 3
 Special Education                              1                     Main Office
 Visual Arts                                    1                     Media Center                                   1
 Band/Instrument/Choral                         1                     Administrative/Health Suite                    1
 Gymnasium                                      1                     Cafeteria                                      1
 Auxiliary Gymnasium                                                  Kitchen                                        1
 Fitness


Proposed Planning Profiles
The inventory of spaces listed here is intended to outline the program of educational and support spaces necessary to support
the proposed program capacity. Individual educational specifications and facility programs will be developed with the School
Improvement and School Planning / Design teams at the time of project initiation.




                                                                                                                                MOORE - 2
                                                             MOORE, LUKE C. ACADEMY
                                                                  1001 Monroe Street, N.E., Washington, DC




CONDITION ASSESSMENT
                                                                                                    Building System                                                     2008 Rating
                                                                                                 ADA Compliance
                                                                                                 Conveying Systems
                                                                                                 Electrical
                                                                                                 Exterior Finish
                                                                                                 HVAC
                                                                                                 Interior Finish
                                                                                                 Plumbing
                                                                                                 Roof
                                                                                                 Structure
                                                                                                 Technology
Condition Assessment                                                                                      Condition Scorecard
The body of information summarized below is based on a detailed facility condition assessment completed   These ratings reflect the overall condition and level of replacement need for an entire system, in
in 2006 and updated by visual observations conducted in 2007. Improvement initiatives completed by        adherence with the Facility Condition Index (FCI) System, categorizing systems as
OPEFM in 2007 and 2008 are noted in red text in each section. An overall summary of work completed        “Good” (FCI < .25), “Fair” (FCI 0.25 – 0.50), “Poor” (FCI 0.51 – 0.85), or “Unsatisfactory” (FCI > .86).
under various OPEFM programs is provided at the end of the condition assessment.


Comments:
1 Conveying System

2 Electrical



3 Exterior Finish

4 Structure

5 HVAC



6 Interior Finish


7 Plumbing

8 Roof

9 ADA Compliance


10 Technology


11 Grounds


                                                                                                                                                                                                   MOORE - 3
                              MOORE, LUKE C. ACADEMY
                                  1001 Monroe Street, N.E., Washington, DC




RECENT HISTORY OF MODERNIZATION

2008 STABILIZATIONS

       Heating Blitz - Boiler Repairs & Classrooms Units

        Emergency Security Repair Work (Exterior Lighting Replacements)

   
         Planning      Design         Pre-Construction      In Progress   Completed




                                                                                            MOORE - 4
MOORE, LUKE C. ACADEMY
 1001 Monroe Street, N.E., Washington, DC




                                        Basement




                           Concept Plans
                           These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                           proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                           program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                           and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                           Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                           incorporating input from the School Improvement
                           team at the time of project initiation.



                                                                          MOORE - 5
MOORE, LUKE C. ACADEMY
 1001 Monroe Street, N.E., Washington, DC




                                   First Floor



                           Concept Plans
                           These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                           proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                           program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                           and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                           Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                           incorporating input from the School Improvement
                           team at the time of project initiation.



                                                                          MOORE - 6
MOORE, LUKE C. ACADEMY
 1001 Monroe Street, N.E., Washington, DC




                             Second Floor



                            Concept Plans
                            These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                            proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                            program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                            and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                            Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                            incorporating input from the School Improvement
                            team at the time of project initiation.



                                                                          MOORE - 7
PHELPS SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
   704 26th Street, N.E., Washington, DC




         INITIAL YEAR BUILT                1934
         BUILDING AREA                     147,000 SF
         CURRENT PROGRAM CAPACITY          650
         ENROLLMENT 2008                   (9) - 119
         WARD                              5
         PROPOSED PROGRAM CAPACITY         650




                                                 Site Plan




                                                             PHELPS - 1
                                   PHELPS SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                            704 26th Street, N.E., Washington, DC




PROPOSED PROGRAM PROFILE
 GRADE CONFIGURATION                            HS
 A.C.E. Program
 SQ. FT. (EXISTING)                         147,000
 SQ. FT. (ADDITION)


 TYPE                                    PROPOSED                     TYPE                                   PROPOSED

Academic Classrooms                            22                   Multi-Purpose
Science                                        4                    Technical Labs                                  6
Special Education                              1                    Technical Classrooms                            5
Visual Arts                                    1                    Main Office                                     1
Band/Instrument/Choral                         1                    Media Center                                    1
Gymnasium                                      1                    Administrative/Health Suite                     1
Auxiliary Gym                                                       Cafeteria                                       1
Fitness                                        1                    Kitchen                                         1



Proposed Planning Profiles
The inventory of spaces listed here is intended to outline the program of educational and support spaces necessary to support
the proposed program capacity. Individual educational specifications and facility programs will be developed with the School
Improvement and School Planning / Design teams at the time of project initiation.




                                                                                                                            PHELPS - 2
                                                      PHELPS SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                                                      704 26th Street, N.E., Washington, DC




CONDITION ASSESSMENT
                                                                                                    Building System                                                     2008 Rating
                                                                                                 ADA Compliance                                       Good
                                                                                                 Conveying Systems                                    Good
                                                                                                 Electrical                                           Good
                                                                                                 Exterior Finish                                      Good
                                                                                                 HVAC                                                 Good
                                                                                                 Interior Finish                                      Good
                                                                                                 Plumbing                                             Good
                                                                                                 Roof                                                 Good
                                                                                                 Structure                                            Fair
                                                                                                 Technology                                           Good
Condition Assessment                                                                                      Condition Scorecard
The body of information summarized below is based on a detailed facility condition assessment completed   These ratings reflect the overall condition and level of replacement need for an entire system, in
in 2006 and updated by visual observations conducted in 2007. Improvement initiatives completed by        adherence with the Facility Condition Index (FCI) System, categorizing systems as
OPEFM in 2007 and 2008 are noted in red text in each section. An overall summary of work completed        “Good” (FCI < .25), “Fair” (FCI 0.25 – 0.50), “Poor” (FCI 0.51 – 0.85), or “Unsatisfactory” (FCI > .86).
under various OPEFM programs is provided at the end of the condition assessment.


Note: No condition assessment is provided for new or recently modernized school facilities.




                                                                                                                                                                                                  PHELPS - 3
                             PHELPS SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                 704 26th Street, N.E., Washington, DC




RECENT HISTORY OF MODERNIZATION

LEGACY PROJECTS - OTHER STABLIZATIONS

   Modernization Projects


 Planning     Design         Pre-Construction     In Progress   Completed




                                                                                  PHELPS - 4
PHELPS SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
   704 26th Street, N.E., Washington, DC




                                                                  Lower Floor




                               Concept Plans
                               These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                               proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                               program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                               and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                               Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                               incorporating input from the School Improvement
                               team at the time of project initiation.



                                                                         PHELPS - 5
PHELPS SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
   704 26th Street, N.E., Washington, DC




                                                                     First Floor




                              Concept Plans
                              These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                              proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                              program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                              and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                              Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                              incorporating input from the School Improvement
                              team at the time of project initiation.



                                                                          PHELPS - 6
PHELPS SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
   704 26th Street, N.E., Washington, DC




                                                              Second Floor




                              Concept Plans
                              These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                              proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                              program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                              and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                              Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                              incorporating input from the School Improvement
                              team at the time of project initiation.      PHELPS - 7
ROOSEVELT SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    4301 13th Street, N.W., Washington, DC




       INITIAL YEAR BUILT                    1932
       BUILDING AREA                         331,900 SF
       CURRENT PROGRAM CAPACITY              1055
                                             9 - 12 (795)
       ENROLLMENT 2008
                                             STAY (275)
       WARD                                  4
       PROPOSED PROGRAM CAPACITY             1100




                                                             Site Plan




                                                            ROOSEVELT - 1
                              ROOSEVELT SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                           4301 13th Street, N.W., Washington, DC




PROPOSED PROGRAM PROFILE
 GRADE CONFIGURATION                            HS
 CTE & STAY Program
 SQ. FT. (EXISTING)                         331,900
 SQ. FT. (ADDITION)


 TYPE                                    PROPOSED                     TYPE                                     PROPOSED

 Academic Classrooms                            33                    Multi-Purpose
 Science                                        8                     Technical Labs                                 6
 Special Education                              3                     Main Office                                    1
 Visual Arts                                    1                     Media Center                                   1
 Band/Instrument/Choral                         2                     Administrative/Health Suite                    1
 Gymnasium                                      1                     Cafeteria                                      1
 Auxiliary Gymnasium                                                  Kitchen                                        1
 Fitness                                         1


Proposed Planning Profiles
The inventory of spaces listed here is intended to outline the program of educational and support spaces necessary to support
the proposed program capacity. Individual educational specifications and facility programs will be developed with the School
Improvement and School Planning / Design teams at the time of project initiation.




                                                                                                                          ROOSEVELT - 2
                                               ROOSEVELT SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                                                    4301 13th Street, N.W., Washington, DC
CONDITION ASSESSMENT
                                                                                                   Building System                                                      2008 Rating
                                                                                                ADA Compliance                                        Unsatisfactory
                                                                                                Conveying Systems                                     Poor
                                                                                                Electrical                                            Fair
                                                                                                Exterior Finish                                       Poor
                                                                                                HVAC                                                  Fair
                                                                                                Interior Finish                                       Fair
                                                                                                Plumbing                                              Fair
                                                                                                Roof                                                  Fair
                                                                                                Structure                                             Good
                                                                                                Technology                                            Fair
Condition Assessment                                                                                      Condition Scorecard
The body of information summarized below is based on a detailed facility condition assessment completed   These ratings reflect the overall condition and level of replacement need for an entire system, in
in 2006 and updated by visual observations conducted in 2007. Improvement initiatives completed by        adherence with the Facility Condition Index (FCI) System, categorizing systems as
OPEFM in 2007 and 2008 are noted in red text in each section. An overall summary of work completed        “Good” (FCI < .25), “Fair” (FCI 0.25 – 0.50), “Poor” (FCI 0.51 – 0.85), or “Unsatisfactory” (FCI > .86).
under various OPEFM programs is provided at the end of the condition assessment.


Comments:
                                                  The elevator in the main building is the original freight elevator. There is no passenger
                                                  elevator. The hoist-way doors are the bi-parting vertical type. It is in unsatisfactory condition.
                                                  It is reported to have numerous service calls. There is an elevator in the 1960 Addition near
1 Conveying System                                the Auditorium that serves the Basement and First floors. It is a passenger elevator. It is also
                                                  original equipment, but because of less frequent use, is in better condition, but at 40 years
                                                  old, it needs to be overhauled.
                                                  Both the original building and addition have the original lighting systems. Both the buildings
                                                  have been using fluorescent fixtures with T-12 lamps. The fixtures are in poor condition.
                                                  Some areas have been provided with new energy efficient lighting, but that is less than 5
                                                  percent of the entire building. It is recommended that the entire lighting system in both areas
                                                  of the building be replaced with new, energy efficient fixtures. The entire fire alarm system is
                                                  quite old and it is recommended that it be replaced with a new addressable fire alarm
                                                  system. The switchboard, panel boards and feeders are obsolete and have out-lived their
                                                  useful economic lives. It is recommended that they be replaced to provide adequate spare
                                                  capacity. It was reported that the power distribution system has problems. In many areas of
2 Electrical                                      the building, receptacles spark when equipment is plugged into them, because there is no
                                                  grounding in the system. This is a serious safety issue. It was also reported that whenever
                                                  equipment is plugged into receptacles, the circuit breakers trips. It appears that most of the
                                                  branch circuits are over-loaded. The paging system still works, but it is quite old. It is
                                                  recommended that it be replaced with new technology equipment and integrated into the
                                                  new IT system. The clock system does not work in most of the areas of the building and
                                                  needs to be replaced. The building does not have a lightning protection system. The building
                                                  has adequate exterior wall-mounted fixtures for security. Some of the parking lighting
                                                  luminaries were missing and broken and need to be replaced.
                                                  The brick exterior of the original building is in fair condition. Some selective repointing is
                                                  necessary. The brick exterior of the 1960 Addition is in good condition. Some very minor
                                                  repointing is necessary. Exterior windows in the original building are the original wood
                                                  projecting windows. They are in unsatisfactory condition. Paint is peeling. Many of the
                                                  windows do not operate. Much of the wood at the sills and jambs is rotted through. The
3 Exterior Finish                                 windows are dangerous and should be replaced. In the 1960 Addition, there are very few
                                                  windows, only in the Third Floor Addition. They are uninsulated, small narrow windows.
                                                  They do not appear to leak. Replacement could be considered for energy efficiency, but the
                                                  total SF area is insignificant in relation to the overall project. 2007: replace exterior lighting.
                                                  Windows need replacements.


                                                                                                                                                                                              ROOSEVELT - 3
                    ROOSEVELT SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                               4301 13th Street, N.W., Washington, DC

                    The original 1932 building structure is in good condition. There is little evidence of wall
                    cracking. The structure of the 1960 addition also appears to be in good condition, with the
                    exception of one area of the Basement in the Addition near the Pool Spectator Seating.
4 Structure         There is a floor adjacent to a mechanical room where the floor has subsided by at least two
                    inches. There is a gap between the floor and the wall. The SGFT masonry above is bridging
                    it, but the area is 6-8 feet long and will not stay that way indefinitely. It was reported by staff
                    that the floor was undermined by long term water leaks from broken pipes.
                    Steam and Chilled water to the Roosevelt facility is supplied from the boiler plant located in
                    MacFarland Middle School, next door. The piping through underground tunnels is in good
                    shape in spite of the age. The cooling tower is located on the roof above the stage area in
                    the Auditorium. The tower is appears to be old and may be required to be replaced. The
                    original 1932 building has baseboard convectors and a few exposed cast iron steam
                    radiators. Heating and ventilation units in the Auditorium and the Gymnasium were replaced
                    during the 60's renovation/additions. Most of the unit ventilators in the old building have also
5 HVAC              been replaced with the new units but are not yet effectively utilized. The 1960 Addition is all-
                    ducted systems served by several multiple zone air handling units. Window air conditioning
                    units have been installed at different times, on as-and-where-needed basis. Entire old
                    building may be converted to the unit ventilators with hydronic coils for heating and cooling.
                    Most of the toilet exhausts in new buildings are effectively operational. However, all of the
                    toilet exhausts in the original building are non-functional with broken belts and missing
                    motors. 2008: Repairs to boiler and classroom heating units.


                    Generally, the interior finishes are in poor condition throughout the building. Plaster ceilings
                    throughout have had 2x4 lay-in ceilings installed below them so the condition of the plaster
                    is unknown. The lay-in ceilings are generally in poor condition. Most grids are sound, but
                    discolored from age. Most tiles should be replaced. Most plaster walls are in good condition
                    except some areas located below grade. Ceramic tile wainscoting exists in most areas. It is
                    in fair condition, but has been patched with a non-color-matching tile that has since been
                    painted. Chalk and tack boards are the wood framed type that are mostly functional and in
                    fair condition. Replacement could be considered as a part of modernization or renovation
                    programs. Terrazzo and quarry tile floors are in good condition throughout the building. Most
6 Interior Finish   classroom floors were originally constructed as wood strip flooring. It has had VCT and/or
                    carpet installed over it, sometimes with underlayment, sometimes not. Where wood floors
                    have been covered with plywood and either VCT or carpet, the plywood substrate is
                    contributing to the failure of the finish. It seems that the bad flooring was never removed, so
                    the plywood underlayment is not stable. It should all be stripped down to the original
                    substrate, install proper structurally sound underlayment and a new VCT finish. Carpet is not
                    appropriate in a high school. There is stone wainscoting in public entrance lobbies and
                    auditorium that is in reasonably good condition. 2008: Paint, lighting, A/C repairs, Ceiling,
                    flooring completed.

                    The water, sanitary and vent piping is old but in reasonably good condition. The 1960
                    Addition plumbing fixtures are code compliant; however, ADA compliance is a problem in the
                    original building. In some of the older toilet rooms, the urinals are the in-floor type, not
                    compliant with today's building codes. Most of the plumbing systems in the building have a
                    projected life of ten to fifteen more years. However, they need to be upgraded for ADA
7 Plumbing          compliance. The hot water system is adequate. Most of the group toilets and shower rooms
                    are in very good condition but no longer in use. Other shower and toilet areas are being
                    used for storage. Laboratory fixtures are usable but most have either been abandoned or
                    shut off. The 1960 Addition (North side) has a fully automatic wet-pipe fire protection
                    sprinkler system. However, the entire school facility needs to have a full-coverage fire
                    suppression system.




                                                                                                           ROOSEVELT - 4
                   ROOSEVELT SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                             4301 13th Street, N.W., Washington, DC




                   The main building roof is the original hipped slate roofing that is in fair condition. Few slates
                   are missing. Many have been replaced. Maintenance is reported to be continual. Some
                   gutters/ flashing and downspouts were replaced, probably when the flat roof areas were re-
8 Roof             roofed. Some need to be replaced in other areas. The Gymnasium in the original building
                   has large skylights that are not leaking and appear to be in good condition. The flat roofs of
                   the Addition that were re-roofed in 1999 with modified bitumen roll roofing appear to be in
                   good condition.

                   There is no ADA accessible main entrance to the building. The building has an elevator that
                   is not ADA compliant, but from a practical standpoint can be used for ADA access to upper
                   levels. The basement through third floor is accessible by elevator except for the team locker
9 ADA Compliance   room areas of the basement below the gymnasium. The sub basement, below the locker
                   rooms, is also not accessible by elevator. There are few ADA compliant toilet rooms
                   throughout the facility. Most doors and hardware are not ADA compliant. ADA access to the
                   football stadium is limited. Handrails in all stairwells do not meet ADA.

                   Entire tech wiring is new, approximately 4 years old. Most of the classrooms have two data
                   drops, and in most of the cases, one data drop does not work or in bad condition and other
                   data drop work, which makes it hard to run all the wires from one data drop. Most of the
10 Technology      places, the non metallic surface mounted raceways are used for data wiring. The surface
                   mounted raceways and outlet boxes are falling apart The surface mounted raceways and
                   outlet boxes need repair work. Security system is new installed in 2001 and is in good
                   working condition.

                   The grounds are limited in size. Greenspace is shared by Roosevelt HS and McFarland MS
                   which are both located on the same site. There is a football/ track stadium that is in fair
                   condition at one end of the complex of school buildings. At the other end there are baseball
                   fields, basketball and tennis courts. There does exist trees and some landscaping. More
                   would be better. Concrete sidewalks and curbs are exhibiting cracking and spalling in many
11 Grounds         areas that require patching and selective replacement. The brick pavers in the courtyard of
                   the original building are in extremely poor condition and should be replaced. Parking on-site
                   is limited. It is shared by both schools. It appears to be somewhat less than adequate for
                   staff, based upon the current enrollment. There is street parking available, but it is some
                   distance from building entrances. 2007: Athletic field fully renovated.




                                                                                                        ROOSEVELT - 5
                      ROOSEVELT SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                  4301 13th Street, N.W., Washington, DC




RECENT HISTORY OF MODERNIZATION
2008 STABILIZATIONS

     Heating Blitz - Boiler Repairs & Classroom Units

     Emergency Security Repair Work (Exterior Lighting Replacements)


ATHLETIC FIELDS MODERNIZATION

     2007 Athletic Fields


2008 SUMMER BLITZ

     Window (Reglazing) Repairs/Replacements

     Interior Finishes - Drywall & Ceiling Repairs

     Interior Finishes - Select Carpet Replacements/Flooring Repairs

     Interior Finishes - Painting/Plastering

     Plumbing Repairs- Restrooms/Fixtures & Flush Valves; Water Fountains

     Electrical Repairs- Lighting & Power

     Roof Repairs/Replacement

     Other Work Orders


LEGACY PROJECTS - OTHER STABLIZATIONS

     Interior Renovations - Various (Swing Spaces/Libraries/Asst. Supt. Offices)

     Mechanical - Chiller Replacements/Plant Upgrade


      Planning       Design           Pre-Construction     In Progress    Completed




                                                                                             ROOSEVELT - 6
ROOSEVELT SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    4301 13th Street, N.W., Washington, DC




                                                                Basement




                                Concept Plans
                                These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                                proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                                program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                                and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                                Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                                incorporating input from the School Improvement
                                team at the time of project initiation.




                                                                        ROOSEVELT - 7
ROOSEVELT SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    4301 13th Street, N.W., Washington, DC




                                             Sub Basement




                                Concept Plans
                                These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                                proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                                program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                                and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                                Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                                incorporating input from the School Improvement
                                team at the time of project initiation.




                                                                        ROOSEVELT - 8
ROOSEVELT SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    4301 13th Street, N.W., Washington, DC




                                                               First Floor




                                Concept Plans
                                These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                                proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                                program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                                and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                                Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                                incorporating input from the School Improvement
                                team at the time of project initiation.




                                                                        ROOSEVELT - 9
ROOSEVELT SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    4301 13th Street, N.W., Washington, DC




                                                                  Second Floor




                                 Concept Plans
                                 These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                                 proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                                 program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                                 and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                                 Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                                 incorporating input from the School Improvement
                                 team at the time of project initiation.




                                                                      ROOSEVELT - 10
ROOSEVELT SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    4301 13th Street, N.W., Washington, DC




                                                                    Third Floor




                                Concept Plans
                                These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                                proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                                program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                                and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                                Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                                incorporating input from the School Improvement
                                team at the time of project initiation.




                                                                      ROOSEVELT - 11
SPINGARN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
   2500 Benning Road, N.E., Washington, DC




             INITIAL YEAR BUILT              1952
             BUILDING AREA                   225,000 SF
             CURRENT PROGRAM CAPACITY        905
                                             9 - 12 (593)
             ENROLLMENT 2008                 STAY (248)
             WARD                            5
             PROPOSED PROGRAM CAPACITY       1100




                                                            Site Plan




                                                            SPINGARN - 1
                                SPINGARN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                          2500 Benning Road, N.E., Washington, DC




PROPOSED PROGRAM PROFILE
 GRADE CONFIGURATION                          HS
 STAY Program
 SQ. FT. (EXISTING)                        225,000
 SQ. FT. (ADDITION)


 TYPE                                   PROPOSED                      TYPE                                   PROPOSED

 Academic Classrooms                           33                     Auditorium                                    1
 Science                                        8                     Technical Labs                                6
 Special Education                              3                     Main Office                                   1
 Visual Arts                                    1                     Media Center                                  1
 Band/Instrument/Choral                         2                     Administrative/Health Suite                   1
 Gymnasium                                      1                     Cafeteria                                     1
 Auxiliary Gymnasium
 Fitness


Proposed Planning Profiles
The inventory of spaces listed here is intended to outline the program of educational and support spaces necessary to support
the proposed program capacity. Individual educational specifications and facility programs will be developed with the School
Improvement and School Planning / Design teams at the time of project initiation.




                                                                                                                            SPINGARN - 2
                                                SPINGARN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                                                 2500 Benning Road, N.E., Washington, DC




CONDITION ASSESSMENT
                                                                                                    Building System                                                     2008 Rating
                                                                                                 ADA Compliance
                                                                                                 Conveying Systems
                                                                                                 Electrical
                                                                                                 Exterior Finish
                                                                                                 HVAC
                                                                                                 Interior Finish
                                                                                                 Plumbing
                                                                                                 Roof
                                                                                                 Structure
                                                                                                 Technology
Condition Assessment                                                                                      Condition Scorecard
The body of information summarized below is based on a detailed facility condition assessment completed   These ratings reflect the overall condition and level of replacement need for an entire system, in
in 2006 and updated by visual observations conducted in 2007. Improvement initiatives completed by        adherence with the Facility Condition Index (FCI) System, categorizing systems as
OPEFM in 2007 and 2008 are noted in red text in each section. An overall summary of work completed        “Good” (FCI < .25), “Fair” (FCI 0.25 – 0.50), “Poor” (FCI 0.51 – 0.85), or “Unsatisfactory” (FCI > .86).
under various OPEFM programs is provided at the end of the condition assessment.

Comments:
1 Conveying System                                The elevator is old and in need of upgrading. Elevator controls date from 1951.

                                                  Building does not have any lightning protection system. Most of the panel boards are
                                                  located recessed in corridors and are bolted, not accessible. The majority of the interior
2 Electrical                                      spaces have inadequate lighting. Inadequate emergency lighting is installed. Visible
                                                  wiring is in poor condition. Public address, fire alarm, security, and telephone systems all
                                                  require upgrades.

                                                  All exterior windows need to be replaced. Many exterior doors also need repair or
3 Exterior Finish                                 replacement. The brick exterior of the building is in fair condition. Some selective repainting
                                                  is necessary.

                                                  The building has concrete frame that is in generally good condition. A few areas are water
4 Structure                                       damaged due to water infiltration through below grade walls in the boiler room, damaging
                                                  concrete beam/supports.
                                                  Floor drains higher than floor in boiler room, resulting in severe ponding in several areas.
                                                  Masonry stack is abandoned, unit heaters, combustion dampers, ventilation fan, condensate
                                                  return and boiler feed unit, all working satisfactorily but approaching the end of useful life.
5 HVAC                                            Heating & ventilating units located in tunnel space underneath the Gym. Window units are
                                                  used for cooling and are in poor to fair condition. Numerous air handling units are in poor
                                                  condition or malfunctioning. 2008: Repairs to boilers and classroom heating units. Installed
                                                  59 A/C window units and electrical upgrades.

                                                  Gym floor and bleachers in good condition. Asbestos tile is present and should be removed.
6 Interior Finish                                 Plaster finish work should be replaced. Many rooms have damaged ceiling tiles.

                                                  There is no fire suppression system present. Domestic water piping needs to be replaced.
7 Plumbing                                        All fixtures are non-code compliant.

                                                  The roof is mostly modified bitumen low slope roofing with pitched slate at the perimeter.
                                                  The modified bitumen was replaced in 2001 and is in good condition. The slate is original
8 Roof                                            and is in poor condition. There is a built-in stone gutter that leaks badly and has damaged
                                                  most of the perimeter of the third floor on three sides of the building.

                                                                                                                                                                                              SPINGARN - 3
                   SPINGARN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                           2500 Benning Road, N.E., Washington, DC




                   There are no ADA compliant toilet rooms throughout the facility. Most doors and hardware
9 ADA Compliance   are not ADA compliant. Bleachers not ADA accessible. Handrails in all stairwells do not
                   meet ADA.


                   In most of the classrooms, the tech wiring is PVC surface mounted raceways, which are
10 Technology      falling apart and in bad condition. Each classroom generally has two data drops, out of this
                   one does not work, other one is working but complaints.



                   Parking area needs to be resurfaced. Concrete repairs include curb sections, installing curb
11 Grounds         cuts, and cracks in sidewalks. ADA access needs to be improved as well. Athletic field fully
                   upgraded.




                                                                                                     SPINGARN - 4
                        SPINGARN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                2500 Benning Road, N.E., Washington, DC




RECENT HISTORY OF MODERNIZATION
2008 STABILIZATIONS

    Heating Blitz - Boiler Repairs & Classroom Units

    AC Window Units Installations & Electrical Upgrades


ATHLETIC FIELDS MODERNIZATION

    2008 Athletic Fields (Premier)


2008 SUMMER BLITZ

 Plumbing Repairs - Restrooms/Fixtures & Flush Valves; Water Fountains

 Other Work Orders


LEGACY PROJECTS - OTHER STABLIZATIONS

 Interior Renovations - Various (Swing Spaces/Libraries/Asst. Supt. Offices)

 Mechanical - High Pressure Plant Conversions


    Planning       Design           Pre-Construction    In Progress        Completed




                                                                                              SPINGARN - 5
SPINGARN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
   2500 Benning Road, N.E., Washington, DC




                                                                   Basement




                              Concept Plans
                              These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                              proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                              program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                              and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                              Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                              incorporating input from the School Improvement
                              team at the time of project initiation.




                                                                         SPINGARN - 6
SPINGARN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
   2500 Benning Road, N.E., Washington, DC




                                                                           First Floor




                              Concept Plans
                              These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                              proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                              program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                              and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                              Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                              incorporating input from the School Improvement
                              team at the time of project initiation.




                                                                         SPINGARN - 7
SPINGARN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
   2500 Benning Road, N.E., Washington, DC




                                                             Second Floor




                              Concept Plans
                              These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                              proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                              program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                              and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                              Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                              incorporating input from the School Improvement
                              team at the time of project initiation.




                                                                         SPINGARN - 8
SPINGARN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
   2500 Benning Road, N.E., Washington, DC




                                                                    Third Floor




                              Concept Plans
                              These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                              proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                              program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                              and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                              Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                              incorporating input from the School Improvement
                              team at the time of project initiation.




                                                                         SPINGARN - 9
WILSON, W. SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
  3950 Chesapeake Street, N.W., Washington, DC




                  INITIAL YEAR BUILT             1935
                  BUILDING AREA                  271,300 SF
                  CURRENT PROGRAM CAPACITY       1485
                  ENROLLMENT 2008                1,461
                  WARD                           3
                  PROPOSED PROGRAM CAPACITY      1600




                                                  Site Plan




                                                         WILSON, W. - 1
                               WILSON, W. SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                     3950 Chesapeake Street, N.W., Washington, DC




PROPOSED PROGRAM PROFILE
 GRADE CONFIGURATION                            HS
 CTE – Engineering & Robotics
 SQ. FT. (EXISTING)                         271,300
 SQ. FT. (ADDITION)                         25,000


 TYPE                                     PROPOSED                    TYPE                                    PROPOSED

 Academic Classrooms                            47                    Auditorium                                     1
 Science                                                              Technical Labs                                 7
 Special Education                               3                    Main Office                                    1
 Visual Arts                                     4                    Media Center                                   1
 Band/Instrument/Choral                          2                    Administrative/Health Suite                    1
 Gymnasium                                       1                    Cafeteria                                      1
 Auxiliary Gymnasium                                                  Kitchen                                        1
 Fitness


Proposed Planning Profiles
The inventory of spaces listed here is intended to outline the program of educational and support spaces necessary to support
the proposed program capacity. Individual educational specifications and facility programs will be developed with the School
Improvement and School Planning / Design teams at the time of project initiation.




                                                                                                                           WILSON, W. - 2
                                                WILSON, W. SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                                           3950 Chesapeake Street, N.W., Washington, DC


CONDITION ASSESSMENT
                                                                                                    Building System                                            2008 Rating
                                                                                                 ADA Compliance                                       Unsatisfactory
                                                                                                 Conveying Systems                                    Fair
                                                                                                 Electrical                                           Unsatisfactory
                                                                                                 Exterior Finish                                      Unsatisfactory
                                                                                                 HVAC                                                 Poor
                                                                                                 Interior Finish                                      Fair
                                                                                                 Plumbing                                             Fair
                                                                                                 Roof                                                 Good
                                                                                                 Structure                                            Fair
                                                                                                 Technology                                           Fair
Condition Assessment                                                                                      Condition Scorecard
The body of information summarized below is based on a detailed facility condition assessment completed   These ratings reflect the overall condition and level of replacement need for an entire system, in
in 2006 and updated by visual observations conducted in 2007. Improvement initiatives completed by        adherence with the Facility Condition Index (FCI) System, categorizing systems as
OPEFM in 2007 and 2008 are noted in red text in each section. An overall summary of work completed        “Good” (FCI < .25), “Fair” (FCI 0.25 – 0.50), “Poor” (FCI 0.51 – 0.85), or “Unsatisfactory” (FCI > .86).
under various OPEFM programs is provided at the end of the condition assessment.


Comments: School Under Modernization
                                                  The elevator in the main building was rebuilt several years old and in good condition. There
1 Conveying System                                are wheelchair lifts in corridors to other levels of the building that have been vandalized.
                                                  Although the lighting in some of the classrooms seems ok but they are also old ones with
                                                  T-12 lamps and electro magnetic ballasts. The energy bills can be cut by providing new
                                                  T-8 lamps and electronic ballasts. The entire lighting is recommended to be replaced. Entire
                                                  fire alarm system is old one and is recommended to be replaced with the state of the art fire
2 Electrical                                      alarm systems. Building has two emergency generators and in good condition and with lot of
                                                  life. The switchboard and panel boards are the original ones and is recommended to be
                                                  replaced with new ones to provide more spare capacity. The building has exterior wall
                                                  mounted flood and security lighting and seems in good condition. 2008: Electrical repairs
                                                  completed.
                                                  The brick exterior is in fair to good condition. Some selective repainting is necessary.
                                                  Exterior windows are the insulating glass type that were installed in the mid- eighties. The
3 Exterior Finish                                 sashes are extremely heavy. The window springs which assist with lifting sashes no longer
                                                  work. They are dangerous and should be replaced.
                                                  The basic main building structure is in good condition. There is little evidence of wall
                                                  cracking. The structure of the 1974 additions is questionable. One partial wall of the pool
4 Structure                                       building collapsed. The pool building addition is scheduled to be demolished and rebuilt.
                                                  The Gym Addition does not appear to exhibit structural problems.
                                                  Steam Heating system including piping, valves and traps are old, and the Boilers are original
                                                  from 1935 and the burners are also 30 years old. Boilers and accessories are past their
                                                  useful economic life. The building has exposed cast iron steam radiators, which are at
                                                  scalding temperatures. However, these are sturdy and last indefinitely. These need to be
                                                  replaced with covered convectors. Auditorium heating and ventilation fans have lived
                                                  beyond their useful life, with the fans and motors worn out. Some of the classrooms,
                                                  computer labs, library, etc. do not have proper air-conditioning systems. Various portable
5 HVAC                                            units and window units randomly installed are not adequate. Need to have consistent, well
                                                  designed systems to meet the Indoor Air Quality requirements. Some of the toilet exhausts
                                                  in the main school building are non-functional. As informed by building engineer, the
                                                  gymnasium heating & ventilating system including ductwork and diffusers, and insulation
                                                  have been renovated/refurbished in Jan 2006. Also, most of the unit ventilators in the
                                                  building have been replaced a few years back, and are in good condition. 2008: Repairs
                                                  to boilers and classroom heating units. Repairs to Central A/C units. Ductank installation
                                                  completed.


                                                                                                                                                                                               WILSON, W. - 3
                    WILSON, W. SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                         3950 Chesapeake Street, N.W., Washington, DC


                    Generally, the interior finishes are in good condition except where water damaged. Plaster
                    ceilings on the fourth floor are damaged in areas where roof leaks occurred. Most plaster
                    walls are in good condition except where located below grade. Most classroom floors are
6 Interior Finish   wood strip flooring. It is structurally sound, but requires refinishing in most areas. There is
                    custom millwork wainscoting in lobbies, auditorium and main office areas. 2008: Masonry,
                    roofing, Doors, Reglazing, Paint, Plumbing, electrical repairs completed.


                    The water, sanitary and vent piping is old but in good condition. Most of the group toilets
                    have been upgraded within ten years. However, there are no ADA compliant toilet fixtures or
                    accessories. In some of the old toilets, the urinals are in-floor type, not acceptable by
                    present standards. Although, most of the plumbing systems in the building have a life of ten
7 Plumbing          to fifteen more years, they need to be upgraded for ADA compliance. The hot water is
                    adequate. Some shower rooms are not in very good condition but not being used any more.
                    Some other showers and toilets are being used as storage rooms. Lab fixtures are usable
                    but have been abandoned or sealed off. 2008: Plumbing competed.

8 Grounds           2007: Athletic Field fully renovated.




                                                                                                         WILSON, W. - 4
                         WILSON, W. SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                              3950 Chesapeake Street, N.W., Washington, DC




RECENT HISTORY OF MODERNIZATION
2008 STABILIZATIONS

     Heating Blitz - Boiler Repairs & Classroom Units

     AC Window Units Installations & Electrical Upgrades


2008 SUMMER BLITZ

     Roof Repairs/Replacement

     Other Work Orders


LEGACY PROJECTS - OTHER STABLIZATIONS

     Interior Renovations - Various (Swing Spaces/Libraries/Asst. Supt. Offices)

     Roof Replacements

  Mechanical - High Pressure Plant Conversions


     Planning       Design         Pre-Construction       In Progress          Completed




                                                                                                  WILSON, W. - 5
WILSON, W. SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
  3950 Chesapeake Street, N.W., Washington, DC




                                                         Basement




                               Concept Plans
                               These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                               proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                               program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                               and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                               Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                               incorporating input from the School Improvement
                               team at the time of project initiation.




                                                                           WILSON, W. - 6
WILSON, W. SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
  3950 Chesapeake Street, N.W., Washington, DC




                                                         First Floor




                               Concept Plans
                               These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                               proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                               program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                               and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                               Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                               incorporating input from the School Improvement
                               team at the time of project initiation.



                                                                           WILSON, W. - 7
WILSON, W. SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
  3950 Chesapeake Street, N.W., Washington, DC




                                                         Second Floor




                              Concept Plans
                              These floor plans represent planning concepts for
                              proposed facility use, aligning the proposed
                              program capacity, the proposed planning profiles,
                              and the conceptual reconfiguration of the building.
                              Each project is subject to a formal design process,
                              incorporating input from the School Improvement
                              team at the time of project initiation.



                                                                           WILSON, W. - 8

				
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