Long Range Facilities Plan
EI Associates made their first presentation to the School Board on October 16, providing an overview of the process and a time frame. Additional Board presentations are scheduled over the next several months. Click on the link for the LRFP Time frame.
Please click on the link to view EI's presentation to the Board at the November 13 Work Session.
To view EI's presentation at the December 11 Board Meeting, click on the links below.
CHSD - 5 Year Costs
CHSD Options Summary
CHSD - 5 Year Plan Executive Summary Hoover Elementary School
CHSD - 5 Year Plan Executive Summary Middle and High Schools
At their April 16th meeting, the School Board authorized EI Associates to put out bids for the 2018 summer projects at the Middle/High School. To view the scope and timeline of these projects, click here.
At the May 14th Work Session, the Board authorized the Administration to move forward with the design phase of the 5-year plan at the Middle/High School and larger project at Hoover to include an Administration Office, with EI Associates and approved the contractors for the 2018 summer projects at the Middle/High School.
To view a message from the Superintendent about the progress of the Middle/High School project, click here.
The District is moving forward with a 5-year capital project plan at Hoover Elementary and the Middle/High School. In August, the School Board approved Reynolds Construction LLC as the construction management company for the District throughout the design phase of this plan, and eventual preconstruction and construction phases through September 2020.
The School Board approved an agreement with K&W Engineers for land surveying services for Hoover Elementary School and Fiala Tennis Courts.
At the November 12 Work Session, the Board authorized the administration to issue a Request for Proposal for Energy Savings Company services. These services would provide the opportunity for the District to take a hybrid approach to construction, allowing the potential for considerable savings in project costs, streamlining of the work for quicker completion and less disruption to instruction.
The Board authorized the administration to engage Reynolds Energy Services for the Guaranteed Energy Savings Project at Hoover Elementary.
At the January 21 meeting, the Board approved the Owner/Architect Agreement with EI Associates for design work for the Middle/High School project.
At the June 3, 2019 Buildings and Grounds Committee Meeting, the committee moved the following items from the general project to a deduct/alternates status:
Art Room/classroom addition at the MS/HS
Tennis Courts at College Park
Click here to view the revised Land Development Plan for the Hoover Elementary School project that was submitted to the Camp Hill Borough by K&W Engineers. The map below shows proposed vehicle and pedestrian patterns for the drop-off and pick-up loop.
Renovations are underway at the MS/HS! Partitions are down, walls are going up in the World Language wing and the second floor is prepped for new windows! Check out the pictures below.
The Hoover Elementary Renovation Project, the District Administration Offices and College Park Tennis Courts were advertised for public bid at the beginning of August. Bids were received on Wednesday, September 4 and were followed by a Public Bid opening held at the Sutliff Family Auditorium. On Friday, September 6, at a joint meeting of the Buildings and Grounds and Budget and Finance/Personnel Committees, the decision was made to reject the bids due to total project costs exceeding estimated costs by approximately $3,000,000. This affects decisions related to all future projects. The Board and District Administration have begun working to re-prioritize infrastructure needs at Hoover Elementary and the Middle School/High School to align with the Board approved financing plan.
At the Board Meeting on Monday, October 21, Reynolds Construction presented information regarding the scope and costs of the projects that have been completed at the Middle School / High School and the work that is proposed to finish the renovation. The presentation is available at the link below:
At the December 9 meeting, the Board approved an amendment to the MS/HS Guaranteed Energy Savings Agreement (GESA) executed in March of 2019. This amendment will build on the exterior work already completed at the Middle/High School, and focus on interior renovations. Specifically, this phase provides for long lead time items, such as casework, doors, and flooring in order to effectively meet the project timeline.
The image below is a budget update provided by Reynolds at the December 9 meeting. An additional amendment for the balance of the Middle/High School project is slated to be approved in February.
At the January 6th Buildings and Grounds Committee meeting, Reynolds gave a presentation on the Middle/High School renovations. Click here to view the presentation. The Board will be voting to approve Phase 2B of the Middle/High School Renovation at the February 10th Board Meeting.
The Board approved the GESA Contract Amendment 2 for the next phase of Middle/High School Renovation project. To view the details presented by Reynolds click here.
On February 18th, the Superintendent distributed a letter to Parents/Guardians announcing plans for the Middle/High School renovations. Click here to view the letter.
Middle/High School renovation update from the Superintendent:
The plans for this renovation were carefully developed by SiteLogic, our construction management partner, and the District team. We are able to assure that the demolition work that is currently underway will not create any hazardous conditions. Additionally, I thought it would be helpful to provide you with the following information:
- Almost all asbestos has been abated in the Middle/High School building through previous renovation work. The District has an asbestos report on file as documentation. SiteLogic is aware of all known asbestos in the building, which is very minor and will not be disturbed. SiteLogic also has staff on-site who can recognize any potential asbestos containing material that might be hidden and the means to test and abate in the event something is found.
- SiteLogic has very recent baseline air quality testing (from the week prior to renovations starting) and we plan to continue to monitor the air quality by conducting monthly testing through the end of the school year.
- The fire marshal has been inspecting the condition of the building periodically to ensure that it is safe. He will continue to do so as the project evolves.
- The odor that has been noticed is coming from the adhesive that was used to install the original tile floor, which is removed by the grinding process. Moving forward, we have asked the contractors to finish the grinding process completely prior to moving onto the next classroom.
- Contractors have been cleaning up after every shift to ensure that the building is left in a clean condition for students and teachers every day. Because of the grinding of floors, we may have some residual dust in certain areas. I will bring this to SiteLogic's attention so that they can address the issue.