Bond 2001: Status Report

Status Codes

D = In Design
B = Bidding
UC = Under Construction
C = Complete

Project

Original Budget

Current Budget

Increase
(Decrease)

Status

Notes

NEW SCHOOLS
Stevens HS ("Westcreek area" HS) $73,173,907 $63,293,575 $-9,880,332 C 1
Luna MS ("Westcreek area"MS) $32,053,873 $24,889,445 $-7,164,428 C 2
Beard ES (ES #1) $15,345,217 $12,698,681 $-2,646,536 C 3
Blattman ES (ES #2) $14,123,369 $13,578,268 $-545,101 C 4
Ott ES (ES #3) $15,127,364 $13,409,778 $-1,717,586 C 5
Ward ES (ES #4) $14,490,824 $9,905,734 $-4,585,090 C 6
Hatchett ES (ES #5) $16,210,994 $13,902,805 $-2,308,189 C 7
Mead ES (ES #6) $16,210,994 $20,303,655 $4,092,661 C 8
Krueger ES (ES #7) $16,210,994 $14,948,342 $-1,262,652 C 9
Increased 1998 Bond Costs $26,356,540 $26,267,625 $-88,915 C 10
Sites $3,438,112 $2,620,280 $-817,832 C 11
ADDITIONS/RENOVATIONS
Clark HS $1,646,855 $5,391,683 $3,744,828 C 12
Health Careers HS $1,744,288 $1,825,777 $81,489 C 13
Holmes/BCHS $5,975,294 $10,326,826 $4,351,532 C 31
Holmgreen HS $900,000 $1,145,088 $245,088 C 14
Jay HS $3,577,339 $5,231,416 $1,654,077 C 15
Marshall HS $0 $1,613,788 $1,613,788 C 16
O'Connor HS $5,588,073 $5,258,181 $-329,892 C 17
Taft/CAHS $8,261,559 $7,946,567 $-314,992 C 18
Hobby MS $4,869,806 $4,966,469 $96,663 C 19
Neff MS $4,961,822 $5,576,569 $614,747 C 19
Stevenson MS $1,248,732 $1,605,137 $356,405 C 34
Stinson MS $0 $415,925 $415,925 C 38
Zachry MS $2,174,367 $2,144,402 $-29,965 C 32
Adams Hill ES $971,883 $1,016,153 $44,270 C 33
Braun Station ES $3,583,245 $3,605,515 $22,270 C 20
Carlos Coon ES $5,516,578 $4,623,394 $-893,184 C 3
Meadow Village ES $3,910,711 $3,942,179 $31,468 C 21
Northwest Crossing ES $4,280,105 $2,966,979 $-1,313,126 C 23
Passmore ES $3,231,513 $3,709,462 $477,949 C 22
Scobee ES $4,286,704 $3,169,070 $-1,117,634 C 23
NCC $500,000 $454,697 $-45,303 C 32
Support Service Center $0 $1,195,591 $1,195,591 C 37
Transportation North $3,200,000 $3,269,116 $69,116 C 34
Campus Renovations $13,028,473 $14,752,968 $1,724,495 C 24
Markerboards $1,200,000 $1,928,265 $728,265 C 25
Storage Buildings $150,000 $134,294 $-15,706 C 3
Walls/Doors $3,000,000 $4,063,591 $1,063,591 C 26
Infrastructure Projects $72,486,717 $73,890,417 $1,403,700 C 26
ATHLETICS
Natatorium $13,401,601 $15,256,170 $1,854,569 C 27
Baseball Field $2,519,530 $2,283,812 $-235,718 C 3
Softball Field $2,015,624 $1,845,755 $-169,869 C 3
Tennis Courts $854,080 $605,573 $-248,507 C 3
Football Stadium $12,292,479 $13,734,803 $1,442,324 C 28
Hardin Complex $0 $175,687 $175,687 C 36
Gustafson Stadium $0 $10,016,236 $10,016,236 C 35
OTHER PROJECTS
Technology $40,000,000 $38,213,823 $-1,786,177 C 29
Reimbursement to M&O $10,380,434 $10,380,434 $0 C 0
Buses $10,500,000 $10,500,000 $0 C 0
Contingency Fund $0 $0 $0 C 30
TOTAL $495,000,000 $495,000,000 $0    

Notes

1. The project timeline was accelerated one year, with completion in June 2005 rather than June 2006. Lower inflation cost, site cost and favorable bids is are reflected in the reduced cost.

2. The reduction is due to favorable site and bid costs.

3. The decrease is due to a favorable bid.

4. The site cost exceeded the budget. However, construction costs were less than the budget. The net result was a budget decrease as indicated.

5. The reduction is due to favorable site and bid costs.

6. The project timeline was accelerated one year, with completion in June 2003 rather than June 2004. Reduced inflation cost and a very favorable bid climate resulted in savings.

7. The project timeline was accelerated one year, with completion in June 2004 rather than June 2005. Reduced inflation cost and favorable site cost are reflected in the savings.

8. Additional cost of site acquisition. School was increased from a capacity of 660 to 800 students. Complex foundation and site work.

9. A reduction is due to favorable site cost.

10. An inflation factor of 3% was used in the budget development of the 1998 bond program. Excessive inflation driven by market forces caused actual inflation to exceed 10%. Voters approved an allocation of $26,356,540 in the 2001 bond program to address these inflationary costs.

11. Reduction is due to favorable cost for future high school site. Money transferred to Mead ES site.

12. This is one of several budget items from the 1998 and 2001 bond programs for a fine arts addition, an auxiliary gym addition, provision of language labs, expansion of the counseling department, and other renovation. The final contract includes an increase to address needed improvements in fine arts, counseling, administration, and teacher workroom areas not identified in the initial needs assessment. All of the renovation projects were merged into one construction contract, and the entire increase was assigned to this line item.

13. The scope of the project was expanded to include three additional classrooms and additional square footage for fine arts. The net result was an increase of $109,405.

14. The increased cost was to provide two additional classrooms.

15. This is one of several budget items from the 1998 and 2001 bond programs for a new library; new band hall; renovation of existing fine arts, library, counseling, administration and teacher work rooms; and infrastructure improvements. The increase is to address needed improvements in the fine arts/library/administration/counseling/teacher workroom areas not programmed in the initial project planning.

16. The 2001 bond program did not initially list a separate line item for a Marshall addition. Instead, budget allocations were carried under "infrastructure" or "campus renovation." This new line item was established to identify the auxiliary gym and major renovation expenses specifically for Marshall.

17. The project timeline was accelerated with completion in August 2004 rather than March 2006. Estimated reduced inflation and favorable bid cost is reflected in the budget.

18. Savings due to favorable bids.

19. The increases were to address needed improvements in counseling, administrative, and teacher workroom areas not identified in the initial needs assessment.

20. The project scope was expanded by four classrooms to accomodate additional growth and special programs.

21. The increase is due to an unfavorable bid.

22. The increases were to address needed improvements in administration and teacher resource/work room.

23. The project timeline was accelerated one year, with completion in June 2005 rather than June 2006. Favorable bid cost.

24. The budget was increased to address increased costs of middle school shops and locker room renovations. Also, additional exterior wall work was required at Jay.

25. Campuses which requested markerboards had funds allocated under campus renovations. The "markerboard" line covered costs for all other campuses. The campus renovation markerboard funds were transferred to the markerboard account.

26. Detailed budget by campus and infrastructure category is not provided here due to space constraints. Such detailed information may be obtained by contacting Jim Martin at 257-1215. Additional cost is attributed to expanded mechanical work at several schools.

27. Additional cost related to expanded infrastructure cost associated with construction of new roads and water ponds (detention and quality).

28. The increase was attributable to costs associated with expansive soil, additional parking, additional field surface for soccer and infrastructure cost.

29. The District received technology grants for items which would have been purchased with bond funds. From the grants, $1,286,177 has been reallocated to the contingency fund and $500,000 to the Taft/Communications Arts HS addition due to special CAHS technology requirements.

30. Net savings from individual project budgets are merged into this fund.

31. The increase is to address needed improvements in the administration, counseling, career center, fine arts, athletic, mechanical, and ADA not detailed in initial project planning.

32. Reduction due to favorable cost involving fees, furniture and equipment.

33. Increase due to additional work required after construction started and discovering of unforeseen items.

34. Increase due to additional work required for infrastructure and site conditions.

35. Project added to replace old track and provide a new artificial playing surface similar to the stadium constructed at the Farris Complex on 1604 in Phase I activities. Phase II will include upgrading the Facility to meet current ADA and building codes including restrooms, locker facilities, concessions, press box and ADA upgrades. Funding transferred from savings in other projects.

36. Project added to provide signage for complex similar to Farris Complex. Funding transferred from savings in other projects.

37. Funding was originally included in interest earnings. Project scope was increased from a warehouse only to a Support Services Center which will house seven District wide functions.

38. Work performed to relocate playing fields and provide additional parking. Funding transferred from savings in other projects.