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					              SCHEMATIC DESIGN REPORT

WINONA COUNTY OFFICE BUILDING
                          Expansion & remodeling

                                     Project #0903
                                      MAY 27, 2009




   SUBMITTED BY:
   KLEIN McCARTHY & CO., LTD., ARCHITECTS
   1660 SOUTH HIGHWAY 100, SUITE 200
   ST. LOUIS PARK, MN 55416
   952.908.9990 – phone
   952.908.9991 – fax
   kleinmccarthy.com
Table of Contents

1.   EXECUTIVE SUMMARY & PROJECT SCHEDULE

2.   SITE MASTER PLAN

3.   APPROVED COLOR DEPARTMENT PLANS

4.   EXTERIOR IMAGES

5.   DESIGN NARRATIVES

     A.   Architectural

     B.   Structural

     C.   Mechanical

     D.   Electrical

     E.   Civil

6.   BUDGET INFORMATION

     A.   Contegrity Group – CM: Schematic Design Estimate Summary

7.   ARCHITECTURAL SPACE ALLOCATION PROGRAM




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                     WINONA STREET BRIDGE


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                                                                         SITE PLAN

SITE MASTER PLAN
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SCHEMATIC DESIGN BUILDING LAYOUT                                   LOWER LEVEL DEPARTMENT PLAN
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SCHEMATIC DESIGN BUILDING LAYOUT                                   FIRST FLOOR DEPARTMENT PLAN
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SCHEMATIC DESIGN BUILDING LAYOUT                                   SECOND FLOOR DEPARTMENT PLAN
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                                                               WEST ELEVATION

EXTERIOR SCHEMATIC RENDERING
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                                                               VIEW FROM SOUTHWEST

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                                                               EAST ELEVATION

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                                                               VIEW FROM NORTHEAST

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                                                               NORTH ELEVATION

EXTERIOR SCHEMATIC RENDERING
               Architectural Narrative

MASTER PLAN
CONCEPT
               The site for the new Winona County Office Building is planned to address
               retention of the existing County Office building, County Maintenance Building
               and Environmental Services Building while maximizing parking and access for
               public. As those needs could change and vary over the next 20 to 30 years it is
               essential that the planning of the site retains flexibility and allows for multiple
               future options in order to best utilize county funds now and in the future. The
               master plan developed for this site provides ample room for the planned
               building addition as well as public parking while retaining necessary vehicle
               access to the existing buildings. The orientation and positioning of the building
               entrances and layout allow the County to address future staff parking needs in
               a variety of ways and in increments as the need arises and funds become
               available. The new addition is oriented to face both east and west to allow for
               future development of the adjacent block to the east if desired and to foster a
               relationship between this building and the courthouse to the east.


DESIGN IMAGE
               The function of a public facility should be supported by an appropriate level of
               presence. The design should reflect the pride of place and quality our public
               buildings deserve in the community while maintaining affordability and
               durability. The new Winona County Office Building will provide a clear sense
               of public service while presenting a safe and welcoming presence to visitors. To
               accomplish this, the design provides comfortable and well-lit interiors, with
               natural light integrated where possible.

               The design for the new Winona County Office Building integrates the existing
               1985 structure, and between the addition and the existing building will provide
               space for the Community Health, Human Services, Vital Statistics, Veteran’s
               Services and “Project FINE” functions. The addition wraps the North side of the
               existing building allowing for a pass–through lobby that is accessible from both
               Washington Street to the East and the new proposed public parking lot to the
               West. These two entries are oriented to provide a clear entry point for visitors
               traveling along Third Street. The parking areas have been laid out to support
               this orientation.

               Exterior canopies at the West and East entries further clarify the public entry
               points and function to provide cover in inclement weather. The orientation of
               the building on the site and the overall design allows for daylight to be brought
               deep into the building footprint throughout the year and during large portions
               of the day via a series of linear glazing areas. This allows natural light and
               views to be provided to both departments and public spaces.




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MATERIALS
                    The new West and East entrance lobbies to the building are designed using a
                    storefront entry system. Anodonized aluminum metal wall panels in two colors
                    are used to clad the remainder of the entrance lobby form, and adjacent wall
                    directly above the entries. The exterior canopies / sunshade devices will be of
                    metal to match the darker metal panels.

                    Glazing areas on the west and east area connecting the addition to the existing
                    building will be curtain wall with low-E glazing and spandrel panels as
                    necessary.

                    Glazing ‘Strips’: Storefront system with low-E glazing and spandrel panels as
                    necessary.

                    Skylights: “Naturalite” clear ridge skylights.

                    Windows: Thermally broken, fixed aluminum windows with low-E glazing.
                    (Existing windows are to remain.)

                    The remainder of building will be brick and cast stone veneer on steel frame.

                    The brick will be a standard size mix to match the existing building.

                    Cast stone is to be a color and finish texture to match the existing building
                    accents and coping.

                    The roof system is planned to slope the roof structure at ¼” where possible to
                    minimize the need for tapered insulation. The roof system will be a 20-year
                    warranted ballasted single ply EPDM roofing system.

                    A majority of new interior stud walls are planned to be insulated 3-5/8” studs
                    with gypsum both sides. In some cases where sound concerns dictate, the studs
                    and insulation will extend to the deck of the structure above in other locations
                    the studs may be 6” to accommodate column and plumbing piping enclosure.
                    Concrete block walls will be used at elevator shafts and rated stair enclosures
                    as shown in the plans. Where indicated on plan modular walls capable of
                    being installed after floor and ceiling finishes will be provided. These walls will
                    be fully movable and able to be reconfigured.

                    Casework is planned to use solid surface counter tops at lobbies, in clinic areas,
                    and at all restrooms. Wall and base cabinets elsewhere where shown will be
                    plastic laminate. At the main reception and transaction counter pin mounted
                    glazing and wood veneer will be integrated into the casework design.


INTERIOR FINISHES
                    Floor finishes will consist of mid range products in the following categories:
                    carpet, porcelain tile, ceramic tile, sheet vinyl in clinic areas, and vinyl
                    composition tile (VCT) in storage rooms. Ceiling finishes will be primarily
                    acoustical ceiling tile, moisture-resistant acoustical ceiling tile and gypsum
                    board. Walls will be painted gypsum board in most areas. Acoustical fabric-
                    wrapped panels and wood veneer panels may be used in targeted areas to
                    facilitate acoustical dampening and frame way-finding.

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LANDSCAPE
                  Properly planned landscaping adds to the quality and feel of the site and the
                  building. New pervious area “green spaces” added to the site will both allow
                  for landscaping, and create a net reduction on the storm water runoff load from
                  the existing conditions. Areas will be designated for sod and low maintenance
                  indigenous plantings, installed by the County, to provide an appropriate level
                  of site definition and minimize costly upkeep. To the extent possible, storm
                  water runoff for the site will be handled on the site using landscape integrated
                  rain gardens. Every effort will be made to provide green space and minimize
                  the paved area of the site while providing essential access and functionality.


SUSTAINABLE /
ENERGY-EFFICENT
FEATURES
                  At each stage of the design process decisions are made that affect the overall
                  energy efficiency and long-term sustainability of a building. Below is a list of
                  relevant decisions from the Schematic Design stage that will support the effort
                  to design a highly efficient and sustainable public facility.

                        •   Building Orientation: The building is oriented to take advantage of
                            natural light, reducing the electrical load of interior lighting with
                            “daylight harvesting” and improving the working conditions for
                            occupants and visitors.

                        •   Increased Pervious / Green Space: The new site design will have a net
                            increase in pervious area and green space reducing the load on the
                            city storm water system. Increasing the light reflecting surface area
                            provides heat island effect reduction.

                        •   Storm Water Treatment on Site: While the exact extent of storm
                            water that will be able to be treated on site is not yet determined,
                            the design will treat some of the runoff within the site area, which will
                            be an improvement over the current conditions.

                        •   High R-Value Exterior Envelope: The design and insulation value of
                            the exterior envelope will support maximum retention of interior heat
                            or cooling to minimize the size and energy requirements of the
                            mechanical systems.

                        •   Mechanical Equipment: The addition will be served by new systems of
                            high-efficiency mechanical equipment and variable speed drives on
                            motors, for energy efficiency.




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SAFETY / SECURITY
                    Properly zoned and controllable public, semi-private and private staff areas of
                    a facility will allow Winona County to maintain a safe environment for staff
                    who serve diverse client groups.

                    A primary goal of this project design is to create a safe public service center
                    lobby space, with controlled access to semi-private staff/client interaction
                    zones. The design allows staff to efficiently change the current mode of
                    operation where clients are brought back to private staff areas and no safe
                    boundaries exist. Instead, the new building mode of operation is for staff to
                    come to the clients. Clients are not required to enter private staff zones for any
                    reason.

                    Safety Design Features
                    The lower level and second floor are designed to be controlled access, “staff-
                    only” floors.

                    The intent is to control the current Third Street entry with card access for staff
                    use only.

                    Public service functions are restricted to the new First Floor lobby:
                           ● Handicap accessible West entrance with elevator from new
                               designated public parking (old Culligan Building and sheds to be
                               demolished).
                           ● East entrance off Washington Street sidewalk, for access from
                               Government campus (landing with interior stairs up approximately 6’-
                               6” to lobby).

                    See the First Floor Department Plan for:

                    1.    Public Zone Lobby:
                          ●   Observed by reception desk.
                          ●   Children’s Play area (with parent seating between the kids and the
                              exit door).
                          ● Public computer terminals and stand-up kiosks located for observation
                              by reception desk.
                          ● Staff elevator has a rear cab door, for access to reception/work
                              area without going into lobby.
                          ● Reception Desk to have glass with gaps for ability to talk to public, to
                              prevent public from accessing staff areas behind desk.

                    2.    Semi-Private Zones:
                          ●  Controlled public circulation area. (See dashed red line on schematic
                             design first floor plan.)
                          ● Clients can be buzzed-in, and/or escorted to clinic and interview
                             areas.
                          ● Pair of Child Interview rooms with observation equipment is located
                             where it can be used for other functions, in the event this function is
                             moved to a different facility.
                          ● Large conference room and medium sized conference room doors all
                             directly across from reception desk, for observation.



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                         Structural Narrative

PROJECT DESCRIPTION
                         The Winona County Office Building is a new 3 story steel framed addition to an
                         existing concrete framed, 3 story structure in downtown Winona, MN, housing
                         various County services. The lowest level of both the existing structure and the
                         new addition is approximately 6 feet below exterior grade. New and existing
                         stair and elevator cores will serve all levels of the combined structure.


STRUCTURAL INFORMATION
                         Existing Building
                         The existing building was constructed in 1985, and consists of a reinforced
                         concrete frame on spread footings. The lowest level consists of 4” and 6”
                         concrete slabs-on-grade at differing elevations at Mechanical and Computer
                         rooms. The below grade portion of the existing exterior walls is a reinforced
                         concrete wall, supporting non load bearing masonry exterior walls with brick
                         veneer above. The elevated first, second, and roof slabs are 8” reinforced
                         concrete two-way flat slabs, with dropped beams at the perimeter, and at
                         interior open atrium spaces. The structural columns and footings have
                         reportedly been designed for future vertical expansion of two additional levels.

                         Structural modifications to the existing building include:

                         ●       Creating openings in the existing non-load bearing exterior north walls
                                 at Lower Level, First Level, and Second Level to access adjacent spaces
                                 in the new addition.

                         ●       Saw cutting and replacement of a portion of the Computer Room
                                 subfloor for construction of a new elevator pit; (see below).

                         ●       Infilling a portion of the Computer Room subfloor with sand, and
                                 construction of a new slab-on-grade at a higher elevation to match the
                                 existing adjacent Lower Level floor; (see below).

                         ●       Addition of a Second Level Conference Room in the existing southern
                                 main entry atrium. This will be constructed using new structural steel
                                 purlins spaced at approximately 4 feet on center, bearing on existing
                                 steel, concrete, and masonry construction, with a new thin concrete floor
                                 slab on steel form deck, reinforced with wire or fiber mesh.

                         New Addition
                         The structural design for the new 3 story horizontal addition will be as follows:

                         ●       Foundations for the building addition will consist of interior and exterior
                                 shallow spread footings. The interior footings will be reinforced square
                                 pad footings supporting interior steel columns, and continuous
                                 reinforced wall footings for interior masonry stair and elevator cores.
                                 Exterior footings will be continuous wall footings, and partial height
                                 reinforced concrete walls below grade, supporting exterior non-load-
                                 bearing steel stud with brick veneer above. The partial height
                                 foundation walls will consist of 12” thick cast-in-place concrete walls,

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     reinforced with 2 layers of reinforcement. Exterior footings will extend
     at least 8” below the slabs on grade at the Lower Level central portion
     of the building, and at a minimum code required depth of 3’-6” below
     final exterior grade for frost protection at unexcavated Entry Level and
     First Level, one story winged extensions at the east and west sides of
     the new addition. Interior footings will typically be placed 8” to 12”
     below the interior slab-on-grade at all interior columns and masonry
     stair and elevator core walls. Concrete for spread footings will be F’c
     = 3000 psi strength at 28 days; concrete for isolated piers and cast-in-
     place walls will be F’c = 4000 psi strength; reinforcing steel will be
     ASTM A600 Grade B, with a yield strength of Fy = 60,000 psi. At the
     time of writing the Schematic Design narrative, no Soil Report has been
     issued for footing and foundation design. Allowable soil bearing
     capacity for footing design will be assumed to be Fp = 3000 psf. We
     recommend that a value be confirmed by soil borings, prior to the
     Design Development phase of the project.

●    A concrete slab-on-grade will be provided at the Lower Level for the
     central portion of the building addition, and at the Entry Level and First
     Level winged extensions on the east and west sides of the building
     addition, at areas unexcavated for the Lower Level. The new winged
     extensions will also contain concrete stairs-on-grade, and a two-stop
     elevator shaft to provide access between the Entry Level and the
     adjacent First Level. The new addition Lower Level floor will be
     depressed by approximately 1’-8”, with a new ramped slab-on-grade
     floor slab between the new and existing Lower Level. A portion of the
     existing Computer Room subfloor will be saw cut and removed for ease
     of constructing a new adjacent elevator pit in the new addition near the
     existing north building wall. The remaining existing subfloor will be left
     in place, filled in with sand, and a new slab on grade will be
     constructed to raise the existing slab-on-grade level by 12 inches to
     match the level of most of the existing Lower Level slab.         All new
     slabs-on-grade will be 4” thick, and reinforced with 6”x6”- W1.4 x
     W1.4 welded wire fabric. Concrete for the slabs-on-grade will be F’c
     = 4000 psi strength. Exterior concrete mixes provided at entry stoops
     and other locations will be F’c = 4000 psi, with air entrainment added
     for additional seasonal salt and weather resistance.

●    The structurally supported First Level and Second Levels of the new
     building addition will consist of 8” thick precast concrete plank with a
     2” thick non-structural concrete topping, supported on structural steel
     beams and columns, as well as masonry stair and elevator core walls.
     Since floor to floor elevations are relatively tight at the Lower and First
     Levels, due to the need to match corresponding existing floor to floor
     elevations, some structural provisions for maintaining and/or
     maximizing adequate ceiling heights will be required, such as the use of
     “upset” steel floor framing beams and transfer beams. Concrete
     topping will consist of Fy = 3500 psi concrete with 3/8” maximum
     aggregate size, and wire mesh reinforcing, similar to the slab on grade
     mix.

●    The Roof Level of the new addition, and the roof at the one story east
     and west winged extensions, will consist of ballasted EPDM roof on 1
     ½” – 20 gauge metal deck, with K-series steel bar joists spaced at
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     approximately 5 feet on center. Joists will be supported by steel
     beams and columns, and masonry stair and elevator core walls. Steel
     joists will vary in depth, generally being in the 18” to 26” range. The
     roof of the new addition will be designed for drifting snow, for the
     possibility of the existing structure being extended vertically by two
     stories, at some time in the future. It will also be capable of supporting
     a large rooftop mechanical unit. A large light well over an open office
     area is also planned. The roofs of the winged extensions will also be
     designed for drifting snow from the higher adjacent new addition roof.

●    A minimum 1” expansion joint will separate the new and existing
     portions of all building levels above the slabs-on-grade, and the new
     structural framing will remain separate from the existing structure for
     transferring gravity (vertical) and lateral (horizontal) loads. The
     masonry stair and elevator cores will assist in providing vertical and
     horizontal support at all levels; additional steel lateral bracing or steel
     moment frames may be required in some exterior bays to provide
     additional lateral support.

●    For structural purposes, all interior 8” thick interior stair and elevator
     core masonry walls will be reinforced with #4 or #5 bar vertical
     reinforcing, spaced at approximately 40” on center in the center of the
     block cores, and grouted solid at the reinforcing locations. The walls
     will also contain horizontal joint reinforcement, located in every other
     horizontal bed joint at 16” maximum on center. Strengths for the 8
     “walls will be F’m = 2000 psi; wall reinforcing strength will be as noted
     above for the footings; and the concrete grout mix will be F’c = 3000
     psi, using 3/8” maximum aggregate size, and a high slump (6” to 8”)
     for proper consolidation around the vertical reinforcing in the wall.

●    Possibilities exist for the future vertical expansion of the existing facility
     by two additional floors, as discussed above, and for a potential future
     horizontal expansion of a three story addition to the north of the
     current addition.




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                    Mechanical Narrative

INTRODUCTION
                    The existing Winona County office building was built in 1985. The facility is
                    three levels with a total square footage of approximately 18,000.

                    The proposed work for this project includes remodeling of the existing building
                    as well as a three-level, approximately 20,000 sq. ft office addition.


GENERAL
                    GENERAL: The general conditions, special conditions and general requirements
                    apply to all work under these divisions.

                    1.    This project shall consist of furnishing all labor, materials, services, and
                          equipment necessary for and incidental to the completion of the
                          subsequently described mechanical work as required by the Plans and
                          Specifications.

                    2.    The complete mechanical installation shall conform to all current codes
                          and standards.

                    3.    All fees, permits, licenses, etc., necessary to complete the mechanical work
                          shall be paid by the Contractor.

                    MATERIALS: All materials shall be new, of good commercial quality and made
                    by approved manufacturers. Materials shall conform to all applicable codes
                    and regulations.


EXISTING BUILDING
SYSTEMS
                    GENERAL: All existing system appear to be in good working order with no
                    significant issues identified by the maintenance staff.

                    HEATING SYSTEM:

                    1.    The existing heating system consists of two atmospheric draft gas fired
                          boilers with an input of 400 MBH each. The hot water is distributed
                          throughout the building utilizing two inline pumps. Each pump is
                          redundant to the other pump. The boilers and pumps are located in the
                          lower level mechanical room.

                    2.    The entire building perimeter is heated with fintube radiation. On the
                          upper level, bare fintube is located within the ceiling plenum in interior
                          spaces to address the roof heat loss during unoccupied times. Cabinet
                          unit heaters serve vestibules.

                    3.    Hot water coils located in each of the two air handling units temper the
                          mixed air. A glycol solution provides freeze protection.



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COOLING SYSTEM: A chiller with a remote air cooled condenser provides
chilled water for building cooling. The chiller is located in the lower level
mechanical room and the condenser is located on the roof. One chilled water
pump distributes chilled water to the coils in the two air handlers. The chiller
capacity is approximately 60 tons.

VENTILATION SYSTEMS (HVAC):

1.    Two air handlers, located in the lower level mechanical room provide air
      distribution and ventilation to the facility.

2.    AHU-1 serves the entire facility with the exception of the atrium. The unit
      consists of a supply fan, hot water coil, chilled water coil, fitters and a
      remote return/relief fan. The fans are equipped with adjustable speed
      drives for variable volume control. Air from this unit is distributed to VAV
      terminal units for final zone temperature control.

3.    AHU-2 is a constant volume machine and serves the atrium. The unit
      consists of a supply fan, hot water heating coil, chilled water cooling coil
      and filters.

4.    The atrium includes a smoke exhaust system associated with AHU-2. A
      smoke exhaust fan is located on the roof to purge atrium air in the event
      of an alarm. Dampers in the return duct close and AHU-2 is indexed to
      introduce 100% outdoor air.

5.    The IT room is conditioned with a Liebert 3-1/2 ton cooling system. The
      system includes a remote condenser located on the roof. The system is
      inadequate and cannot maintain temperature setpoint.

CONTROL SYSTEM:

1.    Pneumatic controls with limited DDC. The air compressor and dryer are
      located in the lower level mechanical room.

2.    The original control system is pneumatic. Recently, Winona Heat and Vent
      install a DDC system for control of major components. These include
      control of the boilers, chiller, air handling units, fans and pumps. The VAV
      boxes as well as the radiation valves continue to be controlled by the
      pneumatic system. The DDC system can be accessed remotely utilizing the
      web. The system is manufactured by Automated Logic Control (ALC) and
      uses “native” BacNet protocol.

WATER SERVICE: A combined 6” water service enters the lower level
mechanical room. The service provides domestic potable water to plumbing
fixtures and as well as water for the fire protection system. A 3” pipe connects
to the domestic system and a 4” connects to the fire protection system. The
utility main is located under Third Street.

SANITARY SEWER: The existing sanitary sewer exits the south side of the
facility and connects to the main under Third Street. The pipe size is 5 inches.



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                      STORM SEWER: An interior storm piping system routes storm water from roof
                      drains to the storm utility under Third Street. The pipe main exiting the facility is
                      8 inches.

                      NATURAL GAS: The natural gas meter is located on the north side of the
                      building. Natural gas serves the boilers and water heaters.

                      FIRE PROTECTION: The building is protected by a wet sprinkler system with the
                      exception of the server room that is protected by a chemical agent system.


PROPOSED NEW WORK
ASSOCIATED WITH THE
NEW ADDITION AND
REMODEL
                      HEATING SYSTEM - EXISTING BUILDING: The existing heating will remain to
                      continue to serve the existing building. Modifications will be required based
                      upon changes to the floor plan that will affect the fintube radiation and
                      associated zoning.

                      HEATING SYSTEM - ADDITION:

                      1.    The new addition will be heated with a new boiler system. The system
                            shall consist of two high efficiency gas fired condensing boilers. Each
                            boiler shall be sized for 2/3 of the building heating demand. Basis of
                            design boiler is Lochinvar Knight, Model KNB500. Two pumps, each
                            equipped with adjustable speed controllers shall distribute hot water to
                            air handler coils and terminal devices. Each pump is redundant to the
                            other pump. Terminal devices include VAV booster coils, cabinet unit
                            heaters and fintube radiation. The new addition shall include fintube
                            radiation against the perimeter exterior wall exposure and cabinet unit
                            heaters in vestibules and stairways.

                      2.    Hot water coils located in the rooftop air handling unit shall temper the
                            mixed air. A glycol solution shall provide freeze protection for the coil.

                      COOLING SYSTEM - EXISTING BUILDING:               The chilled water system shall
                      remain with no new work anticipated.

                      VENTILATION SYSTEMS (HVAC) - EXISTING BUILDING:

                      1.    The two air handlers and associated components shall remain.

                      2.    Modifications to the existing distribution ductwork will be required based
                            upon the new floor plan. VAV zones shall be modified as well based
                            upon the new zoning requirements. New VAV boxes will be added as
                            required for final zone temperature control.

                      3.    The second floor atrium will be filled in to create new rooms. A new gas
                            fired packaged heat/cool rooftop unit shall provide temperature control
                            for the new spaces. Anticipated capacities are 800 cfm and 2 tons of
                            cooling.


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4.   The relief louver and combustion air louver currently is located on the
     north wall of the lower level mechanical room. Since the new addition will
     be attached to the existing building at that location, those louvers will
     need to be re-located.

5.   A new Liebert cooling system will be required to serve the remodeled and
     reconfigured IT room. The system capacity is anticipated to be 5-tons
     with a remote condensing unit on the roof.

VENTILATION SYSTEMS (HVAC) - ADDITION:

1.   A new rooftop unit shall serve the entire new addition. The system shall
     include a supply fan, return/relief fan, hot water coil, filters, packaged
     controls and DX cooling. Basis of design is McQuay Model RPS 050 with
     20,000 cfm airflow and 50 tons of cooling. The unit shall include
     adjustable speed controllers for variable air volume control.

2.   The air will be distributed to VAV terminal units with booster coils for final
     zone temperature control.

CONTROL SYSTEM - EXISTING BUILDING: Pneumatic controls will be extended
to serve new VAV boxes as required for new zones. Existing boxes that will be
re-located will require modifications of the pneumatic system.

CONTROL SYSTEM - ADDITION:

1.   The DDC system currently in the facility will be expanded to serve the
     new addition. The rooftop unit with have packaged controls with a
     BacNet interface to the DDC system.

2.   Building control system for the new addition will consist of entirely
     electronic direct digital control (DDC), using electric and electronic valves
     and damper actuators. The system will include field devices, front end
     hardware, local panels, wiring, and software to monitor and control
     system functions. System will be web-based, and be capable of remote
     access. Basis of design shall be Automated Logic Controls.

PLUMBING - EXISTING BUILDING:

1.   The existing water service shall remain. A new cold water main shall be
     extended to the new addition.

2.   Plumbing modification will be required where fixtures are indicated to be
     moved or added.

PLUMBING - ADDITION:

1.   The plumbing system shall consist of the following:
     ●   Drain, waste and vent systems.
     ●   Cold, hot, and circulated hot water domestic potable water.
     ●   Plumbing fixtures.
     ●   Interior roof drain system shall be piped to underground storm mains.
         The storm pipe (8”) will extend out the east side of the building
         approximately 5’-0” from the building foundation. The utility
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         Contractor shall extend the pipe to the utility main located under
         Washington Street. The overflow roof drains shall discharge on
         grade through downspout nozzles.

2.   The sanitary waste shall be routed into the existing building and
     connected to the 5” underfloor main located in the mechanical room.

3.   Electric tank type point-of-use water heaters will be located near toilet
     groups to provide hot water to plumbing fixtures.

NATURAL GAS:

1.   The natural gas meter is located on the north side of the building where
     the proposed addition will be located. As such, the meter will need to be
     moved.

2.   Natural gas piping shall be extended to the new boilers serving the new
     addition.

FIRE PROTECTION:

1.   The entire facility, both existing and new, shall be protected by a wet
     sprinkler system. A new zone from the main fire water service shall
     extend to the new addition.

2.   The remodeled server room will be equipped with a new pre-action
     sprinkler system or by a new chemical agent system.




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                     Electrical Narrative

GENERAL ELECTRICAL
REQUIREMENTS
                     GENERAL: The general conditions, special conditions and general requirements
                     apply to all work under this division.

                     1.   This project shall consist of furnishing all labor, materials, services, and
                          equipment necessary for and incidental to the completion of the
                          subsequently described electrical work as required by the Plans and
                          Specifications.

                     2.   The complete electrical installation shall conform to all of the requirements
                          and recommendations of the following codes and standards.
                          ● National Electrical Code
                          ● State and Electrical Codes
                          ● National Board of Fire Underwriters
                          ● National Electrical Manufacturer's Association
                          ● Underwriter's Laboratories
                          ● NECA Standard of Installation
                          ● AIA Guidelines
                          ● ASHREA 90.1-1999

                     3.   All fees, permits, licenses, etc., necessary to complete the electrical work
                          shall be paid by the Contractor.

                     MATERIALS: All materials shall be new, of good commercial quality and made
                     by approved manufacturers. Materials shall conform to all applicable codes
                     and regulations.

                     GROUNDING: Grounding shall be provided for all electrical systems and
                     equipment in accordance with the National Electric Code, and all other
                     applicable codes. A ground conductor system shall be utilized in all medical
                     areas.


EXISTING FACILITY
CONDITIONS /
MODIFICATIONS
                     GENERAL ELECTRICAL SYSTEM COMMENTS:

                     1.   The modifications to the existing facility involve remodeling throughout as
                          noted on the architectural plans.

                     2.   Electrical Service:
                          ●   An existing exterior pad mounted utility transformer is located on
                              grade at the north side of the facility.
                          ● The transformer and associated primary electrical feeder will be
                              moved to accommodate the addition to the building.
                          ● The transformer is not equipped with a transition cabinet.
                          ● It appears that the primary service conductors are routed from the
                              transformer to the alleyway on the west side of the building.
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     ●   Primary utility power poles/conductors are routed through the
         alleyway.
     ●   The primary power cabling located in the north parking lot will need
         to be relocated to accommodate the building addition.
     ●   The facility electrical service is by Xcel Energy:
     ●   -- Xcel Service Representative for Winona is Scott Roberts (507)
             457-1240

3.   Electrical Metering:
     ●   The existing utility electrical metering is located in the electrical room
         in the basement of the facility.
     ● Interior metering is not allowed by utility company; hence the utility
         metering will be relocated to the exterior of the building.

4.   Main Switchboard: The existing 1200-amp, 120/208-volt, 3-phase, 4-
     wire ITE switchboard located in the basement (northwest corner) shall
     remain. The existing switchboard will be fed from the new building
     service slated for install in the new addition.

5.   Panelboards:
     ●  Multiple electrical panelboards are located on each floor and shall
        remain.
     ● The existing panelboards are original to the building.
     ● The panelboards shall be reworked to accommodate the loads
        associated with the remodeling of the space on the associated floor.

6.   Generator:
     ●  The existing Onan 45 (45-KW) natural gas generator is located in
        the mechanical room in the basement.
     ● The generator will remain to serve central County IT server room
        equipment, if a new generator is not provided under the Bid
        Alternate.
     ● The existing loads (stand-by and emergency) on the existing electrical
        motor generator need to be separated to meet current building
        codes. The generator will be reworked serve “stand-by” electrical
        loads only. The emergency loads will not be served by the
        generator.
     ● The natural gas service and exhaust will need to be moved to
        accommodate the addition.

7.   Lighting:
     ● The existing lighting in the space is as follows:
         -- Corridors – 2’x2’ recessed prismatic troffer with T-8 (straight
              lamp) fixtures.
         -- Mechanical / electrical spaces – 4-foot, T-8 fluorescent industrial
              strip fixtures.
         -- Offices – 2’x4’ recessed 18-cell parabolic troffer with T-8 lamps.
              The fixtures have been retrofitted from a 3-lamp fixture to a 2-
              lamp. Please not that the center 6-cells of the fixture are dark
              due to the lamps being removed from this section of the fixture.
     ● The lighting in spaces that are slated for no work shall remain (refer
         to architectural plans).


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                               ●   The lighting in spaces being remodeled shall be replaced with new.
                                   The new fixtures shall be a recessed fluorescent troffer (Lithonia
                                   Avante series or approved alternate).
                               ●   Exit Signage – The existing exit signage is incandescent and shall be
                                   upgraded with energy efficient LED style exit signs.
                               ●   Emergency Lighting – Emergency lighting (wall mounted units or
                                   integral fixture) shall be provided throughout the existing facility.

                          8.   Fire Alarm System:
                               ●    The facility is currently equipped with a non-addressable (zoned) fire
                                    alarm system as manufactured by FCI.
                                    -- The system is serviced by BanKoe Systems (952)888-0123.
                               ● The fire alarm system detection and notification appears to not meet
                                    current Code requirements.
                               ● The main fire alarm control panel is located in the electrical room in
                                    the basement.
                               ● An annunciator panel is not located at the main entrance.
                               ● A fire alarm bell beacon above the fire protection Siamese
                                    connection is located on the west side of the building.
                               ● The system is dated and shall be replaced in its entirety.
                               ● The existing fire alarm system includes off-premises reporting via a
                                    Radionics panel located in the main electrical room.
                               ● A chemical agent fire protection system is located in the IT Space in
                                    the lower area.

                          9.   Demolition Requirements:
                               ●  The cost for demolition of the following systems shall be included.
                               ●  Existing lighting and power systems in the remodeled area.
                               ●  Existing Life Safety Fire Alarm System in the remodeled area.
                               ●  Life Safety – Egress Lighting and Signage system in the remodeled
                                  area.
                               ● Existing communication/data systems in the remodeled area.



NEW FACILITY ELECTRICAL
REQUIREMENTS
                          The following identifies the electrical requirements for the new proposed
                          facility:

                          ELECTRICAL SERVICE (UTILITY)

                          1.   The building electric utility service will be provided from a utility provided
                               pad mounted transformer located exterior to the building.
                               ● The serving electrical utility for the facility is Xcel Energy.

                          2.   Service voltage to the building shall be at 480/277 volts, three-phase,
                               four-wire.

                          3.   A concrete pad will be provided per Utility guidelines for mounting the
                               transformer.

                          4.   A connection cabinet will be provided adjacent to the pad mounted
                               transformer for service entrance conductor terminations.

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5.   Secondary electrical service into the building will be copper conductors in
     PVC raceway.

6.   Secondary electrical service shall be underground.

7.   Service entrance conductors shall be copper.

UTILITY METERING:

1.   Metering shall be secondary and shall be as approved by the utility.

2.   Utility metering shall be within the exterior connection cabinet.

MAIN ELECTRICAL SWITCHBOARD:

1.   One 1600-amp, 277/480-volt, 3-phase, 4-wire switchboard will be
     provided in a new main electrical room in the new building. The main
     switchboard shall serve:
     ● Large motor loads such as HVAC pumps, HVAC fans, and large
         plumbing motors.

2.   The switchboard will have feeders to serve 480 to 120/208-volt, dry-
     type, transformers located throughout the building.

3.   The main electrical switchboard shall include owner metering.

4.   The switchboard over-current protective devices for the distribution section
     shall be fused switches.

5.   The switchboard shall include ground fault protection.

ELECTRICAL PANEL-BOARDS:

1.   Three 277/480 volt 3 phase 4 wire, 200 amp 42 pole panel-boards will
     be provided throughout the facility for lighting and power circuits.

2.   Six 120/208-volt, 3-phase, 4-wire, 42-pole panel-boards will be
     located throughout the building that will feed that floor’s 120 volt
     equipment.

3.   Panel-boards will have copper bussing.

4.   Panel-boards will utilize bolt-on molded case breakers.

5.   Panel-boards will be of dead-front construction.

6.   Main breakers will be provided in those panels that are remote from their
     associated feeder over-current protective devices.

7.   Panel-board covers will be of door-in-door construction with a door for
     access to the panel breakers as well as a hinged door for access to panel
     wire-ways and breaker terminals.

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TRANSFORMERS:

1.   480-120/208-volt three phase transformers will be provided to reduce
     the electrical voltage that serves the 120/208-volt panel-boards.

2.   Transformers will be dry type and located adjacent to the electrical
     panel served.

3.   Transformers “K” rating will be increased for equipment with switch mode
     power supplies.

4.   Transformers will have over-current protection per National Electrical
     Code requirements.

ELECTRICAL MOTOR GENERATOR:

1.   Base Bid:
     ●   Existing 45 KW generator to be dedicated to IT server room of the
         building.
     ● A new 100-KVA generator will be provided in the base building bid
         to serve the existing and new elevators of the building, for two means
         of handicap egress from each floor.

2.   Alternate Bid:
     ●   A larger generator may be bid as an alternate to the project, for
         emergency and stand-by power loads of the complete facility. This
         could allow “load shedding” rate adjustments from Xcel Energy.
     ● The generator will be a 350-KVA, 480/277V, 3-phase, 4-wire, 60
         Hz, 0.8 power factor.
     ● The fuel supply for a generator will be Diesel fuel supplied from a
         “belly tank” with a minimum of 24-hours back-up at full load.
     ● The generator shall be housed in an exterior, weather-proof sound
         attenuated enclosure.
         -- Sound attenuation shall be 75 dB at 23 feet.
     ● The generator will have a remote annunciator panel located in the
         Maintenance Engineers office.
     ● The following loads are expected to be connected to the Emergency
         Branch of the standby power distribution system:
         -- Code required egress lighting.
         -- Code required exit lighting.
         -- Building fire alarm system.
         -- Building security systems.
         -- Building Phone Switch.
     ● The following loads are expected to be connected to the Equipment
         Branch of the standby power distribution system:
         -- Building heating hot water circulating pumps.
         -- Temperature Control System.
         -- Telecommunications room duplex outlets.
         -- Cooling and ventilation air handling systems for the IT space.

MISCELLANEOUS POWER PROVISIONS:

1.   Specification grade duplex receptacles shall be provided in all areas for
     general power.
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2.   Specification grade duplex receptacles with weatherproof locking cover-
     plate shall be provided at the building exterior near each building
     entrance.

3.   Specification grade duplex receptacles with weatherproof cover-plate
     shall be provided within 25-feet of all exterior mechanical equipment.

4.   Connections of the appropriate sizes shall be provided for all mechanical
     equipment including, but not limited to, heating/ventilating equipment,
     boilers, exhaust fans, and pumps.


LIGHTING:

1.   General:
     ●  All lighting fixtures will be complete with lamps, electronic ballasts,
        hangers, lenses, etc. Interior lighting, in general, will be fluorescent
        and will be wired to 277/480 volt panels.
     ● All lighting levels will conform to the Illuminating Engineering Society's
        and Minnesota Department of Corrections recommendations.
     ● Exterior Lighting shall utilize High Intensity Discharge (HID) source with
        full cut-off optics to prevent light trespass and light pollution.

2.   Exterior Lighting:
     ●   Building Mounted Exterior Lighting:            70-watt Metal Halide
         architecturally styled luminaries (Kim Structure Series), to provide a
         nominal 1.0 foot-candles of security lighting. Recessed HID Metal
         Halide down-lights will be provided at entrance canopies.
     ● Site Lighting: Metal Halide full cutoff type, architecturally styled
         luminaries to provide a nominal 1.0 average foot-candles maintained
         (Kim Structure Series) located at the front drive of the building.
         -- (6) site lighting assemblies will be provided.
     ● Entrance Monument Signage Lighting: Entrance monument signage
         lighting will not be provided.
     ● Flag pole lighting will be provided at the front entry.
     ● Building mounted signage will be provided at (2) locations. Signage
         shall be illuminated by building mounted light fixtures.

3.   Emergency and Egress Lighting:
     ●  Illuminated exit signs and emergency egress lighting fixtures shall be
        provided in accordance with all applicable codes and shall be
        powered via the generator system.
     ● Egress lighting will either be energized via a new diesel powered
        electrical generator.
     ● Emergency lighting will be provided to meet egress lighting
        requirements to meet the Life Safety Code.

4.   Lamps and Ballasts:
     ●  Fluorescent lamps shall be rapid start type with a nominal color
        rendering index of greater than 80, and 4100K color temperature.
     ● High intensity discharge lamps shall be phosphor coated, color
        improved type when used for interior applications, and clear, mogul
        base type when used for exterior applications.
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     ●   Fluorescent ballasts shall be electronic energy saving type; NEC Class
         "P", high power factor, "CBM" certified by ETL and has a sound rating
         of "A" except where such a sound rating is commercially unavailable.
         Ballasts shall be Advance Discrete Series, or approved equal.
     ●   Fluorescent dimming ballasts shall be electronic energy saving type;
         NEC Class "P", high power factor, "CBM" certified by ETL and has a
         sound rating of "A" except where such a sound rating is commercially
         unavailable. Ballasts shall be Lutron Hi-Lume Series, or approved
         equal.
     ●   Ballasts for H.I.D. lamps shall be constant wattage type for a minimum
         of 90% power factor and where installed in exterior fixtures shall
         have temperature rating of -20 degrees F.
     ●   Exterior Lighting shall utilize electromagnetic ballast for High Intensity
         Discharge (HID) sources
     ●   All lamps and ballasts shall be the most energy efficient types
         available
     ●   Dual Level switching with two ballasts shall be considered in areas
         that may not require full illumination.
     ●   Dimming ballasts (1%) shall be considered in Conference and
         Meeting Rooms.
     ●   Fluorescent lamps shall be T8, T5 and T5 HO lamps as practical for
         the application. Compact fluorescent lamps, typically 28 watt and 42
         watt lamps shall be used with down lighting.
     ●   Incandescent lamps shall not be used on this project except for special
         decorative and display purposes.

MOTORS/MOTOR STARTERS:

1.   Motor starters, except for variable frequency drives, not integral with
     HVAC or plumbing equipment will be provided by the project electrical
     contractor.

2.   Starters for 3 phase motors will be combination magnetic type.

3.   Starters for single phase motors will be manual type.

4.   Combination starters will have hand-off-auto switches and indicating pilot
     lights.

5.   Variable frequency drives shall not be equipped with bypass.

POWER RECEPTACLES:

1.   Exterior power receptacles and devices in toilets will be GFI type.

2.   Receptacles for personal computers will be standard receptacles, not
     isolated ground.

3.   Ground wires will be pulled with all receptacle circuits.

4.   General purpose receptacle circuits will have an average of 6 and a
     maximum of 8 duplex outlets on a 20A, 1-pole circuit.


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SPECIAL PURPOSE ELECTRICAL RECEPTACLES: Special purpose outlets will be
provided as required by the building equipment layouts.

BUILDING FIRE ALARM SYSTEM:

1.   The existing fire alarm system for the facility to be replaced with a new
     addressable, microprocessor-based system with system cabinets, power
     supplies, micro-controller, keyboard display, led display, batteries, and
     peripheral devices.

2.   All fire alarm wiring shall be in conduit.

3.   The control panel will communicate with all peripheral initiating devices
     and each initiating device will report to the control panel with an
     individual device point number and message.

4.   Alarm Initiating Devices:
     ●   Manual Pull Stations
         -- Manual pull stations will be provided in maintenance office, and
             at exits from the building. In addition, pull stations will be spaced
             such that the travel distance to any pull station is less than 200'-
             0" in public areas.
         -- Pull stations will be double-action type with a key reset switch.
     ● Smoke Detectors
         -- Smoke detectors will be provided where required by code.

COMPUTER UPS SYSTEM: A central floor mounted UPS will not be furnished
and installed to provide power conditioning and “ride-through” for power. and
critical data and communications equipment during generator start-up.

LIGHTING PROTECTION FOR STRUCTURES: A lightning Protection System will
not be provided to protect the building structure.

HAND/HAIR DRYERS: Hand and/or hair dryers will not be provided under this
contract.

ELEVATOR:

1.   One three stop and one two stop elevator will be provided in this project.
     ●  The elevators shall be a 40-hp, 480-volt electrical connection. The
        elevator will be fed from the switchboard via 3-pole fused switch.
     ● Two means of handicap egress requires elevators to be on
        emergency power provisions.

TRANSIENT VOLTAGE SURGE SUPPRESSION:

1.   Transient voltage surge suppression will be provided for added
     protection of critical equipment for the following areas:
     ● Critical Equipment Panel-boards (208/120 volt 3 Phase, 4 Wire
         only)
         -- TVSS will be provided integral to the 208-volt panel-boards
             serving critical Switch Mode Power Supply loads (i.e. computers,
             etc.)

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         -- Building Main Service: TVSS will be provided integral to the
            480-volt main service switchboard.

RACEWAYS:

1.   Raceways for home-runs, feeders and electrical circuits exceeding 20-
     amps shall be electrical metallic tubing (EMT). MC cabling may be used
     in hollow wall cavities from the home-run junction box to the final field
     device.

2.   The minimum size raceway shall be 3/4". EMT for power and 1” EMT for
     communications.

3.   PVC raceways will be used exterior from building and under ground floor
     slab.

CABLE TRAY / CABLE MANAGEMENT:

1.   Cable tray shall be provided in the main corridor areas for data cabling.

2.   J-hooks will be used to in the cable pathways that connect to the cable
     trays.

3.   D-rings shall be used for cable management in data closets.

CONDUCTORS:

1.   All electrical conductors shall be copper.

2.   All feeder conductors will be in conduit.

MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT:

1.   Connections shall be provided to all mechanical equipment. Mechanical
     equipment connections include but is not limited to the following:
     ● Unit Heaters
     ● Cabinet Unit Heaters
     ● Make-up Air Units
     ● Exhaust Fans
     ● Computer Room Air Conditioning Units
     ● Circulation Pumps
     ● Domestic Water Circulation Pumps
     ● See architectural and mechanical documents for additional connection
         requirements.

ARCHITECTURAL MOTORS:

1.   Connections shall be provided to all building motors.      Building motor
     connections include but is not limited to the following:
     ● Handicapped Door Operators.




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                 LIGHTING CONTROLS:

                 1.    Lighting in large public areas shall be controlled with a low voltage,
                       microprocessor based lighting control system.

                 2.    Lighting in smaller areas shall have occupancy sensor or timer switch
                       control.

                 3.    Mechanical spaces shall be controlled by local switches.

                 4.    Exterior lighting shall be connected to the lighting control system utilizing
                       astronomical time-clock to turn lights on and off via schedule.

                 FIRE PUMP: It is assumed that a fire pump is not required.

                 POWER FACTOR CORRECTION: Power factor correction will not be provided.

                 SERVICE ENTRANCE GROUNDING:

                 1.    The building will be grounded by Ufer Grounding.

                 2.    A ground bus will be provided in the main electrical room.

                 3.    Driven ground will also be provided at the transformer to establish a
                       grounding electrode conductor.

                 4.    The ground bus, ground rods, water service pipe, and other code
                       recognized electrodes will be bonded together to form the building
                       grounding electrode system.

                 5.    Bonding jumpers will be provided between the low voltage secondary
                       switchboards neutral and ground busses and a grounding electrode will
                       connect the ground bus to the room's ground bus.

                 6.    All ground conductors will be sized per NEC.

                 EQUIPMENT GROUNDING: Equipment grounding conductors will be provided
                 with each feeder and with each receptacle branch circuit.

                 MISCELLANEOUS ELECTRICAL: Shaft grounding will be provided on all motors
                 with an adjustable speed controller.


COMMUNICATIONS
                 TELECOMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY:                Communications systems shall be
                 provided as follows:

                 1.    Telephone/Data: Following is a summary of the telephone/data systems:
                       ●   A main telephone terminal room with telephone/data terminal spaces
                           is located in the existing building.
                       ● Conduit shall be provided as required between the main telephone
                           terminal and the property line for the telephone company's service
                           entrance cables.

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     ●   Conduit shall provided between main and satellite terminal boards or
         cabinets, and for telephone or data rough-ins (box with blank plate
         and 3/4" conduit to an accessible ceiling space or nearest terminal).
     ●   Raceways for data cabling shall be included in this project with all
         data cabling by the owner under a separate contract.
     ●   Existing communications/data cabling (service entrance) shall be
         relocated to accommodate the new construction.
     ●   Intercommunications with other facilities via fiberoptic cable shall be
         relocated by others under a separate contract.
     ●   Telephone head-end equipment and instruments shall be furnished
         and installed by the owner under a separate contract.
     ●   The Main Point of Presence (MPOP) is located in the basement. The
         Main Distribution Frame (MDF) is located in the IT area of the
         basement with Intermediate Distribution Frame (IDF) closets on each
         floor.
     ●   The main servers for the county are located in the IT area in the
         basement. The servers and equipment in this space shall remain.

2.   Fiberoptic Cabling:

     ●   The building serves as a central hub for the county fiberoptic cabling.
     ●   The existing fiberoptic cabling infrastructure includes cabling to the
         following facilities:
         -- Household Hazardous Waste (HHW)
         -- Maintenance Building
         -- Courthouse
         -- Law Enforcement Center
         -- Plaza
     ●   Buried cabling will need to be relocated.

3.   Copper Infrastructure Cabling:
     ●  Copper phone cabling exists from the Office Building to the following
        facilities:
        -- HHW
        -- Maintenance Building
        -- Courthouse
        -- Law Enforcement Center
     ● Buried cabling in areas of construction will need to be relocated.

TELEVISION SYSTEM:

1.   Television System raceways will be provided.

2.   Cabling will not be provided.

PAGING SYSTEM: A paging system will not be provided.

TELECOMMUNICATIONS GROUNDING:

1.   Ground busses will be provided in each telecommunications room.

2.   Ground buses will be bonded to each other and a home run will bond
     these to main electrical room ground bus.

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                    3.   Telecommunications equipment racks will be bonded to the ground busses.


ELECTRONIC SAFETY
AND SECURITY
                    SECURITY ELECTRONICS:

                    1.   Digital Closed Circuit Television System:
                         ●   General:      The existing CCTV system shall be expanded to
                             accommodate the new building by the owner under a separate
                             contract. This contract shall include raceways (only) for devices being
                             installed by others.

                    2.   Access Control:
                         ●   A door access control system will be provided by the owner under a
                             separate contract.
                         ● Rough-ins at identified doors shall be provided.

                    3.   Duress Alarms: The duress alarm system shall be provided by others
                         under a separate contract. This contract shall include raceways only.




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                 Civil Narrative

GENERAL
                 The total project will have a construction disturbance of approximately 2.0
                 acres. The area of the new addition lies within an area that currently is gravel
                 and bituminous paved parking. Although BKBM has not yet seen the results of
                 the geotechnical exploration for the building addition, based on past
                 experience working in the City of Winona and in a discussion with the Winona
                 City Engineer, we anticipate the naturally occurring subsoil may be generally
                 classified as SP-SM (poorly graded sand and silty sand) soil and that the water
                 table is anticipated to be approximately 10 to 12 feet below the surface.


WATER SERVICE
                 A new water service, if required, will likely be extended from Third Street
                 where an existing 8-inch diameter water main currently exists on the north side
                 of the road. The 4-inch water main that lies on the east side of Washington
                 Street is likely not large enough to service the new facility. Based on the
                 topographic survey provided, the existing County Office Building currently has
                 a 6-inch diameter water service that extends to the water main in Third Street.
                 At this time, BKBM is unaware of the specific domestic and fire sprinkler water
                 demands but anticipates a new water service may need to be extended from
                 Third Street.


SANITARY SEWER
                 A sanitary sewer main currently exists within Third Street and within Washington
                 Street. The sewer main in Third is approximately 6-feet below the existing
                 basement floor elevation of the County Office Building and the sanitary sewer
                 main in Washington Street is approximately 4.75 feet below the basement
                 floor. Based on the topographic survey provided, the existing County Office
                 Building has a 5-inch sanitary sewer service that extends to the 8-inch sanitary
                 sewer main in Third Street. At this time, BKBM is unaware of the plumbing
                 fixture load for the new building addition, but anticipates a new sanitary sewer
                 service will be needed that extends to either Third Street or Washington Street.


STORM SEWER
                 Based on the topographic survey and the proposed site plan provided, BKBM
                 has calculated a reduction in the amount of impervious surface for the proposed
                 site plan versus the existing site. This reduction in the amount of impervious
                 surface reduces the peak discharge from the site by approximately 0.5 cfs
                 (cubic feet per second) for the 2, 10 and 100 year storm events.

                 BKBM discussed storm water management for the County Office Building
                 redevelopment with the Winona City Engineer. Even though the proposed site
                 will slightly reduce the amount of runoff, the City Engineer suggested installing
                 rain gardens within the proposed green areas of the site. He indicated that the
                 naturally occurring sandy subsoils that are typical within the City infiltrate water
                 well and that it has been his experience that the cost of rain gardens in Winona
                 has been historically less than other Minnesota Communities due to the natural

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sandy subsoils. The City Engineer suggested a preference for rain gardens as a
part of the storm water management plan for the site.

The City does have specific erosion and sediment control requirements that
include silt fence, rock construction entrances to reduce vehicle tracking and inlet
sediment protection at storm sewer inlets. The City’s Chapter 68 Code requires
a security in the amount of 125 percent of the estimated cost for implementation
of erosion and sediment control measures and construction of permanent storm
water management practices.




 WINONA COUNTY OFFICE BUILDING
 SCHEMATIC DESIGN REPORT
    WINONA COUNTY OFFICE BUILDING EXPANSION AND REMODELING - SCHEMATIC ESTIMATE
                                         5-26-09

                                                ESTIMATE SUMMARY
                                                                                                            18,681 sf new,
                                                                                                           18,272 remodel,
                                                                                                           TOTAL 36,953
DESCRIPTION OF WORK                                                           Division Total                     GSF
Division 01 - General Requirements                                                         224,400.00                6.07
Division 02 - Existing Conditions                                                          273,883.51                7.41
Division 03 - Concrete                                                                     265,663.65                7.19
Division 04 - Masonry                                                                      320,329.00                8.67
Division 05 - Metals                                                                       219,423.00                5.94
Division 06 - Woods, Plastics and Composites                                               256,112.75                6.93
Division 07 - Thermal & Moisture Protection                                                210,412.40                5.69
Division 08 - Openings                                                                     228,904.00                6.19
Division 09 - Finishes                                                                     808,118.38               21.87
Division 10 - Specialties                                                                      34,970.00             0.95
Division 11 - Equipment                                                                             0.00             0.00
Division 12 - Furnishings                                                                  164,800.00                4.46
Division 13 - Special Construction                                                                  0.00             0.00
Division 14 - Conveying Equipment                                                          150,000.00                4.06
Division 21 - Fire Suppression                                                                 64,974.50             1.76
Division 22 - Plumbing                                                                     426,800.00               11.55
Division 23 - Heating, Ventilating & Air Conditioning                                      561,945.45               15.21
Division 26 - Electrical                                                                   642,884.00               17.40
Division 27 - Communication                                                                         0.00             0.00
Division 28 - Electronic Safety and Security                                                        0.00             0.00
Division 31 - Earthwork                                                                        49,858.05             1.35
Division 32 - Exterior Improvements                                                        173,588.85                4.70
Division 33 - Utilities                                                                        90,400.00             2.45
                                                           Sub Total                      5,167,467.54             139.84
                                     Design/Bid Market Contingency 5%                      258,373.38                6.05
                                                                Total                     5,425,840.91             145.89


         PROJECT DEVELOPMENT COSTS : By Winona County
         1. Voice/Data Cabling                                                             120,000.00
         2. Card Access System/CCTV (20 Doors/13 Cameras)                                      53,000.00
         3. HVAC Commissioning                                                                 25,000.00
         4. FFE                                                                            400,000.00
         5. Construction Contingency                                                       200,000.00
         6. Architect/CM Services (Phase 1 & 2)                                            511,840.00
         7. Owners Representative Services                                                     93,000.00
                                                     PROJECT COST                         6,828,680.91

         * General Requirements include Plan Printing for Bidding Purposes & Building Permit
SUMMARY                                                                                     2009 Program - Winona County                                             Page 1
                                                                                                County Office Building


                                                                                            RFP PROGRAM          REVISED PROGRAM            20% GROWTH PROGRAM
                                      NO.     SPACE DESCRIPTION                                  (SF)                      (SF)                    (SF)




                                      1.00    SHARED SPACES                                             13,496                     13,871                  13,871

                                      2.00    COMMUNITY HEALTH                                          10,514                      7,491                   8,224

                                      3.00    VITAL STATISTICS                                           1,372                       556                     640

                                      4.00    HUMAN SERVICES                                            12,446                      9,659                  11,097

                                      5.00    VETERAN'S SERVICES                                         1,330                       741                     741

                                      6.00    INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY                                     1,056                       500                     500

                                      7.00    PROJECT FINE                                                800                        749                     832




                                    SUBTOTAL OF DEPARTMENT AREAS :                                      41,014                     33,567                  35,904




                                    BUILDING GROSSING ( Dept. Areas x .10 )                              2,500                      3,357                   3,590
                                    GROSS BUILDING AREA (GSF)                                           43,514                     36,923                  39,495




                                    First Floor Available Area: (Excludes Existing
                                    Mechanical Space, Exterior walls, North and South
                                    Circulation)                                                                                    7,100                   7,100

                                    Second Floor Available Area: (Excludes Exterior
                                    Walls, North and South Building Circulation , South
                                    Lobby, Existing Elec. rooms & Mechanical Chases)                                                7,948                   7,948

                                    Third Floor Available Area: (Excludes Exterior Walls,
                                    North and South Building Circulation, South Lobby,
                                    Existing Elec. rooms & Mechanical Chases                                                        7,948                   7,948



                                    AVAILABLE BUILDING AREA                                             24,686                     22,996                  22,996



                                    ADDITION                                                            18,828                     13,927                  16,499
                                    Mechanical / Electrical / Communication
                                    Allowance: 8% Of Addition area                                                                  1,114                   1,320




                                    GROSS ADDITION                                                 18,828                         15,042                  17,819



KLEIN McCARTHY Architects
Project # 0903.00
Schematic Design - Winona Program                                                                                                                                   SUMMARY
Space Needs                                                                                                    2009 Program - Winona County                                                                                                                           Page 2

                                                                                   NET      TOTAL                              NET    TOTAL                                                                               NET    TOTAL

                   NO.         SPACE DESCRIPTION                        QTY       EACH       NET     REMARKS          QTY     EACH      NET    REMARKS                                                         QTY       EACH     NET     REMARKS

               1.00 SHARED SPACES                                             RFP PROGRAM                       REVISED PROGRAM AS OF 04.03.09                                                              PROGRAM W/ 20% GROWTH FACTOR




                         Shared Public Spaces

                  1.00         Lobby / Waiting Area                     1         2,000      2,000                    1       2,000    2,000 Multi Purpose Area                                                 1        2,000    2,000

                  1.01         Public Terminals                         0            20         0                     3         20        60 Not at Reception; Kiosk, seated.                                   3          20       60

                  1.02         Greeter / Reception                      1            80        80                     1         80        80 Up to 3 Staff Stations.                                            1          80       80

                  1.03         Transaction Counter - 3 Station          0           160         0                     1        160       160 back access for staff                                              1         160      160
                                                                                                                                             Could be at counter; private area; device w/ keypad
                  1.04         EBT Card PIN Station                     0            20         0                     1         20        20 connected to phone line.                                           1          20       20
                                                                                                                                             Sink, Cabinets, ITV, Inc. Public Use; This room for
                                                                                                                                             staff meetings? Could be shared; Operable
                  1.05         Large Conference Room                    1         1,200      1,200                    1       1,200    1,200 partition...                                                       1        1,200    1,200
                                                                                                                                             Do not need 2 doors or separate staff access; staff
                  1.06         Interview Room                           10          150      1,500                    8        120       960 to be located for security egress.                                 8         120      960
                                                                                                                                             Space for 5 guests; Co-Locate with other Interview
                  1.07         Family Interview Room                    0           120         0                     2        150       300 Rooms                                                              2         150      300
                                                                                                                                             Space for 10; Accessable near of off Public lobby.
                  1.08         Client Conference Room                   0           200         0                     3        200       600 ITV Technology in these, or capibility?                            3         200      600
                                                                                                                                             Kiosk for Semi-Private transactions; Terminals
                  1.09         Stand Up / Semi Private Kiosk            0            25         0                     4         25       100 Located here as well.                                              4          25      100
                                                                                                                                             inc. single occupant uni-sex rooms, assumes public
                  1.10         Public Toilets                           4           200       800                     4        200       800 access to one floor only, changing stations                        4         200      800

                                                                                                                                                                                             6,280                                                  6,280




                         Shared Non-Public Spaces
                                                                                                                                             Dependant on Number of stories (assumes 5
                  1.11         Employee Toilets                         8           170      1,360                    8        170     1,360 levels)                                                            8         170     1,360

                  1.12         Break Room                               1           800       800                     1        800       800 Coats, Vending, Ref. Microve, Sink, Cabinets;                      1         800      800

                  1.13         Small Conference Room                    4           300      1,200                    1        300       300 ITV - Daily, Provide for Screening Room                            1         300      300
                                                                                                                                             Keep this existing meeting room in lower level as
                  1.14         Conference Room A - Existing             0           600         0                     1        600       600 an alternate large conf. room?                                     1         600      600
                                                                                                                                             Pair of rooms with observation area. Provide with
                                                                                                                                             Camera and Recording equipment. Existing could
                                                                                                                                             remain. Could be removed from program…Long
                                                                                                                                             term lease with offsite Child Advocacy
                  1.15         Child Interview Room Suite               0           450         0                     1        380       380                                                                    1         380      380



                                                                                                                                             Main Networked printers; Seperate from main work
                  1.16         Printers / Copy Machines                 0            50         0                     3         50       150 areas                                                              3          50      150



                               Resource / Office Supply / Work
                  1.17         Area                                     0           400         0                     1        400       400 Shared / Interdepartmental: SHARED NON PUBLIC                      1         400      400
                                                                                                                                             Dependant on Number of stories (assumes 5
                  1.18         Janitor Closet / Storage                 5            80       400                     5         80       400 levels)                                                            5          80      400
                                                                                                                                             Included in Mechanical / Elec. Allowance in
                  1.19         Communication Closets                    5           60        300                     0         60         0 Summary                                                            0          60        0

                                                                                                                                                                                          4,390                                                     4,390

              Total Net Square Footage                                                       9,640                                    10,670                                                                                     10,670

              Department Grossing Factor -                       0.40                        3,856             0.30                    3,201                                                         0.30                         3,201




              TOTAL GROSS SQUARE FOOTAGE                                                    13,496                                    13,871                                                                                     13,871




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            1.0 Shared Spaces
Space Needs                                                                                                    2009 Program - Winona County                                                                                                                    Page 3

                                                                                   NET      TOTAL                              NET    TOTAL                                                                             NET    TOTAL

                   NO.         SPACE DESCRIPTION                        QTY       EACH       NET     REMARKS          QTY     EACH      NET    REMARKS                                                       QTY       EACH     NET     REMARKS

               2.00 COMMUNITY HEALTH                                          RFP PROGRAM                       REVISED PROGRAM AS OF 04.03.09                                                            PROGRAM W/ 20% GROWTH FACTOR



                               Intake / Reception - Community
                  2.00         Health                                   1           170       170                     0        170         0 Shared                                                           0         170        0

                  2.01         Intake / Reception - WIC                 1           140       140                     0        140         0 Shared                                                           0         140        0

                  2.02         Records Library                          1           300       300                     0        300         0 Shared Conference room; not public, staff only                   0         300        0
                                                                                                                                             Separate from reception, controls main phones for
                  2.03         Reception Switchboard                    1            60        60                     1         64        64 building                                                         1          64       64
                                                                                                                                             5 full time; 2 part time. Includes Full time WIC
                  2.04         Clerical - General                       8            70       560                     7         64       448 clerical and 1 Maternal Health Clerical                          8          64      512

                  2.05         Contract Staff                           0            64         0                     2         64       128                                                                  2          64      128
                                                                                                                                             Could be located with HS Accounting. Private but
                                                                                                                                             with visual connection. Guest Chair at each office.
                  2.06         Accounting Room                          1           250       250                     3         90       270 Includes Central Workspace for collabration.                     3          90      270

                  2.07         Public Health Nurses                     20           70      1,400                    0         70         0 Covered Below                                                    0          70        0

                  2.08         Family Health Nurses                     0            80         0                     5         80       400 4 Staff; 1 Open Position                                         6          80      480
                               Home Health Skilled / Case
                  2.09         Nurses                                   0            80         0                     11        80       880 Cross Trained                                                    13         80     1,040

                  2.10         Public Health Student Nurses             4            50       200                     4         50       200 Landing Pads                                                     4          50      200

                  2.11         Registered Dietition                     3           140       420                     3         64       192 2 Part Time Staff                                                3          64      192
                                                                                                                                             4 Landing Pads; One staff from Clerical 'Scheduler'
                                                                                                                                             needs to be located adjacent to this department.
                                                                                                                                             Area for 'mail slots' in this space.
                  2.12         Home Health Aides                        4            60       240                     4         50       200                                                                  5          50      250
                                                                                                                                             Landing Pads; Adjacent to Haelth Educators.
                                                                                                                                             Space could be sharted with other functions and
                  2.13         CHS Interns                              4            50       200                     4         50       200 departments.                                                     5          50      250

                  2.14         Health Educators                         3            70       210                     1         80        80 Guest Chair at each                                              3          80      240

                  2.15         EMS Coordinator                          1            70        70                     1         80        80                                                                  1          80       80

                  2.16         Nursing Manager                          3           140       420                     3        120       360                                                                  3         120      360

                  2.17         LTC Social Worker                        0            80         0                     1         80        80 Shared with Human Services                                       1          80       80

                  2.18         Clerical Manager                         1           140       140                     1        120       120                                                                  1         120      120

                  2.19         Department Head                          1           170       170                     1        150       150 Could this be 120; still get a table?                            1         150      150




                  2.20         Medications (Secure)                     1           140       140                     1        140       140 Locate Adjacent to the Exam Rooms                                1         140      140

                  2.21         Intake Room                              2           150       300                     0        150         0 Use Exam Rooms                                                   0         150        0
                                                                                                                                             Adjacent to the Exam Area; Shared with Human
                  2.22         UA Toilet                                0            70         0                     1         70        70 Services as Drug test Toilet; Public Access                      1          70       70

                  2.23         Exam Room                                0           150         0                     5        150       750 Multi-Purpose                                                    5         150      750
                                                                                                                                             Main Networked printers; Seperate from main work
                  2.24         Printers / Copy Machines                 3           50        150                     0         50         0 areas; Moved to SHARED NON-PUBLIC                                0          50        0
                               Resource / Office Supply / Work                                                                               Shared / Interdepartmental: Moved to SHARED
                  2.25         Area                                     1           400       400                     0        400         0 NON PUBLIC                                                       0         400        0

                  2.26         Clinic / Treatment Room                  4           150       600                     0        150         0 Use Exam Rooms                                                   0         150        0

                  2.27         Secure Record Storage                    1           400       400                     1        400       400 Could be Shared                                                  1         400      400
                                                                                                                                             Sized for Storage of CPR Equipment; Could be
                                                                                                                                             shared with maint? Also functions as a janitorial
                  2.28         Storage / Health Education               1           400       400                     1        400       400 room.                                                            1         400      400


                  2.29         Equipment Cleaning Room                  1           170       170                     1        150       150                                                                  1         150      150




              Total Net Square Footage                                                       7,510                                     5,762                                                                                    6,326

              Department Grossing Factor -                       0.40                        3,004             0.30                    1,729                                                       0.30                         1,898




              TOTAL GROSS SQUARE FOOTAGE                                                    10,514                                     7,491                                                                                    8,224




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  2.0 Community Health
Space Needs                                                                                                    2009 Program - Winona County                                                                                                                Page 4

                                                                                    NET      TOTAL                             NET    TOTAL                                                                            NET    TOTAL

                   NO.         SPACE DESCRIPTION                         QTY       EACH      NET     REMARKS          QTY     EACH      NET    REMARKS                                                      QTY       EACH     NET    REMARKS

               3.00 VITAL STATISTICS                                           RFP PROGRAM                      REVISED PROGRAM AS OF 04.03.09                                                           PROGRAM W/ 20% GROWTH FACTOR



                                                                                                                                             1 of 2 Positions cross-trained to Community Health
                  3.00         Workspaces                                2           100      200                     2         64       128 / % CH CH dept. can also cover this position                    3          64      192

                  3.01         Public Terminals                          3           40       120                     0         40         0 Located in shared reception                                     0          40        0

                  3.02         Shelving / Files                          1           100      100                     1        100       100                                                                 1         100      100

                  3.03         Transaction Counter - 3 Stations          1           160      160                     0        160         0 Shared                                                          0         160        0

                  3.04         Record Storage - Secure                   1           200      200                     1        200       200 Accessable to workstations / transaction counter                1         200      200

                  3.05         Resource / Work Area                      1           200      200                     0        200         0 Part of Main Shared Work Area                                   0         200        0




              Total Net Square Footage                                                        980                                        428                                                                                    492

              Department Grossing Factor -                        0.40                        392              0.30                      128                                                      0.30                          148




              TOTAL GROSS SQUARE FOOTAGE                                                     1,372                                       556                                                                                    640




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                3.0 Vital Statistics
Space Needs                                                                                                    2009 Program - Winona County                                                                                                                   Page 5

                                                                                   NET      TOTAL                              NET    TOTAL                                                                              NET    TOTAL

                   NO.         SPACE DESCRIPTION                        QTY       EACH       NET     REMARKS          QTY     EACH      NET    REMARKS                                                        QTY       EACH     NET     REMARKS

               4.00 HUMAN SERVICES                                            RFP PROGRAM                       REVISED PROGRAM AS OF 04.03.09                                                             PROGRAM W/ 20% GROWTH FACTOR



                               Social Services - Intake /
                  4.00         Reception                                1           170       170                     0        170         0 Shared in lobby / reception                                       0         170        0

                               Social Services

                  4.01         Social Work Interns                      2           70        140                     2         50       100 Landing Pads                                                      3          50      150
                                                                                                                                             Guest Chair in each workspace; 2 are contract
                  4.02         Social Worker                            22          90       1,980                    24        80     1,920 employees                                                         29         80     2,320

                  4.03         Psychologist (Contract)                  0           50          0                     1         50        50 Landing Pad                                                       1          50       50

                  4.04         Social Worker - Team Leader              2           140       280                     3         80       240 Smaller Private Office                                            3          80      240

                  4.05         Social Servises Manager                  0           140         0                     1        120       120 New Position                                                      1         120      120

                  4.06         Social Servisces Supervisor              1           140       140                     1        120       120                                                                   1         120      120
                                                                                                                                             Used Daily, located in Dept; Provide room for 8.
                  4.07         Intake / Screening Conf. Room            0            0          0                     1        120       120 Locate near Social Service Manager                                1         120      120

                  4.08         Case Aide                                7           70        490                     7         64       448                                                                   9          64      576

                  4.09         Family Group Facilitator                 1            90        90                     0         90         0                                                                   0          90        0




                                                                                                                                             These Positions may be dispersed throughout
                  4.10         Support Specialist                       8            70       560                     13        64       832 departments                                                       16         64     1,024

                  4.11         Office Service Supervisor                1           140       140                     1        120       120                                                                   1         120      120

                               Income Maint.
                                                                                                                                             Need file storage area, could be shared areas. May
                  4.20         Financial Worker                         17          90       1,530                    17        64     1,088 not all be together.                                              19         64     1,216

                  4.21         Financial Assistance Specialist          1           90         90                     1         80        80 Smaller Private Office                                            1          80       80

                  4.22         Welfare Fraud Investigator               1           60         60                     1         50        50 Landing Pads; Could be in shared common area                      1          50       50

                  4.23         Financial Assistance Supervisor          1           140       140                     1        120       120                                                                   1         120      120

                  4.24         Financial Intake / Reception             1           250       250                     0        250         0 Shared in lobby / reception                                       0         250        0

                  4.25         Support Specialist - Financial           5           70        350                     0         70         0 Covered Above in 'Support Specialist'                             0          70        0

                               Accounting
                                                                                                                                               Could be located in shared accountign unit w
                                                                                                                                               Health Accounting; Provide Guest chair and Private
                                                                                                                                               office.
                  4.30         Accounting Tech                          2           90        180                     2         80       160                                                                   3          80      240



                  4.31         Accounting Supervisor                    1           140       140                     1        120       120 With Accounting Unit                                              1         120      120



                  4.31         Collections Officer                      2           90        180                     2         80       160 Move to Accounting Dept                                           2          80      160

                               Child Support

                  4.40         Child Support Enforcement Aide           4           70        280                     3         64       192 Guest Chair at each                                               4          64      256

                  4.41         Child Support Officer                    5           90        450                     5         64       320                                                                   6          64      384

                  4.42         Child Support Supervisor                 1           140       140                     1        120       120                                                                   1         120      120




                  4.50         Director                                 1           170       170                     1        150       150                                                                   1         150      150



                                                                                                                                             Not needed; funds and secure items can be kept in
                  4.60         Vault                                    1            90        90                     0         90         0 locked file. Existing; could remain                               0          90        0

                  4.61         File Storage                             4           200       800                     4        200       800                                                                   4         200      800

                  4.62         UA Toilet for Drug Test                  1            50        50                     0         50         0 Shared w/ Health Dept.                                            0          50        0




              Total Net Square Footage                                                       8,890                                     7,430                                                                                     8,536

              Department Grossing Factor -                       0.40                        3,556             0.30                    2,229                                                        0.30                         2,561




              TOTAL GROSS SQUARE FOOTAGE                                                    12,446                                     9,659                                                                                    11,097

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   4.0 Human Services
Space Needs                                                                                                   2009 Program - Winona County                                                                                                                  Page 6

                                                                                   NET      TOTAL                             NET    TOTAL                                                                           NET    TOTAL

                   NO.         SPACE DESCRIPTION                        QTY       EACH      NET     REMARKS          QTY     EACH      NET    REMARKS                                                     QTY       EACH     NET    REMARKS

               5.00 VETERAN'S SERVICES                                        RFP PROGRAM                      REVISED PROGRAM AS OF 04.03.09                                                          PROGRAM W/ 20% GROWTH FACTOR




                  5.00         Intern                                   1            50       50                     1         50        50 Landing Pad Workspace w/ computer and data                     1          50       50

                  5.01         Assistant                                1           140      140                     1         80        80 Located near shared reception                                  1          80       80

                  5.02         Department Head                          1           140      140                     1         80        80                                                                1          80       80

                  5.03         Transaction Counter - 2 Station          1           120      120                     0        120         0 Off main service lobby; shared                                 0         120        0
                                                                                                                                            Accessable to workstations / transaction counter;
                  5.04         Record Storage - Secure                  1           300      300                     1        200       200 could be shared                                                1         200      200

                  5.05         Resource / Work Area                     1           200      200                     1        160       160 Could be shared                                                1         160      160

                  5.06         Interview Room                           0            0         0                     2          0         0 Shared; could use up to 2 at a time                            2           0        0




              Total Net Square Footage                                                       950                                        570                                                                                   570

              Department Grossing Factor -                       0.40                        380              0.30                      171                                                     0.30                          171




              TOTAL GROSS SQUARE FOOTAGE                                                    1,330                                       741                                                                                   741




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              5.0 Veteran's Services
Space Needs                                                                                      2009 Program - Winona County                                                                                                                          Page 7

                                                                     NET      TOTAL                              NET    TOTAL                                                                              NET    TOTAL

                   NO.         SPACE DESCRIPTION          QTY       EACH      NET     REMARKS           QTY     EACH      NET    REMARKS                                                        QTY       EACH     NET    REMARKS

               6.00 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY                      RFP PROGRAM                       REVISED PROGRAM AS OF 04.03.09                                                             PROGRAM W/ 20% GROWTH FACTOR




                                                                                                                               Existing Space in Lower level to remain as IT; 2/3
                                                                                                                               Raised floor; One office are located in space. Some
                                                                                                                               space may be available for incorpration into rest of
                                                                                                                               building. Keep 500 sf for Server room. Same
                  6.00         Existing IT Space          1           500      500                      1        500       500 Location                                                          1         500      500

                               Staff Workstation          4           64                   256                                   These to be accomodated in alternate location

                               IT Office                  1            80                   80                                   These to be accomodated in alternate location




              Total Net Square Footage                                         500                                         500                                                                                      500

              Department Grossing Factor -         0.00                          0               0.00                        0                                                        0.00                            0




              TOTAL GROSS SQUARE FOOTAGE                                      1,056                                        500                                                                                      500




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    6.0 Information Technology
Space Needs                                                                                              2009 Program - Winona County                                                                                                                       Page 8

                                                                       NET      TOTAL                                    NET    TOTAL                                                                              NET    TOTAL

                   NO.         SPACE DESCRIPTION            QTY       EACH      NET     REMARKS                 QTY     EACH      NET    REMARKS                                                        QTY       EACH     NET    REMARKS

               7.00 PROJECT FINE                                  RFP PROGRAM                             REVISED PROGRAM AS OF 04.03.09                                                             PROGRAM W/ 20% GROWTH FACTOR



                                                                                                                                         Existing Space in Lower level to remain as Project
                                                                                                                                         Fine; or accommodate somewhere else in this
                  7.00         Existing Space               1                           Currently 800?          1                        building                                                        1                        Currently 800?

                               Workstation - Staff          64           3       192                            64         3       192                                                                   64          4      256

                               Workstation - Vtr            64           1        64                            64         1        64                                                                   64          1       64

                               Lead Worker                  120          1       120                            120        1       120                                                                  120          1      120

                               Supervisor                   140          1       140                            140        1       140                                                                  140          1      140

                               Storage                      60           1        60                            60         1        60                                                                   60          1       60




              Total Net Square Footage                                           576                                               576                                                                                      640

              Department Grossing Factor -           0.30                        173                     0.30                      173                                                        0.30                          192




              TOTAL GROSS SQUARE FOOTAGE                                         800                                               749                                                                                      832




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   7.0 Project FINE