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  • Facilities Tour

    March 26, 2012

    "Facilities Excellence"

    "Facilities Excellence"

  • "Facilities Excellence" Mission StatementThe Mission of the Facilities Planning, Maintenance & Operations & Public Safety Department is to ensure a safe, effective, and inspiring environment that supports and enhances the instructional mission of the San Mateo County Community College District.

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  • San Mateo County Map"Facilities Excellence"

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  • "Facilities Excellence" Institutional HistoryCollege of San Mateo 1963*Caada 1968Skyline 1969District Office 1978Facilities service life 25 to 30 yearsPedagogical MethodologiesPopulation & Student Changes

    * CSM first opened at the Baldwin campus in downtown San Mateo in 1922.

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  • "Facilities Excellence" District Demographics(as of March 2012)

    Campus AcreageGross Square FeetAssignable Square FootageBuildingsParking(July 09)Student Headcount (Fall 11)Student FTES (FY 10-11)Full-Time Faculty& Staff(Fall 10)Caada132352,215232,07917(including 3 portables)1,4746,4624941204CSM154748,124490,866454,0539,9048698336Skyline110540,324353,507272,2009,7268638293Chancellors OfficeN/A24,92913,1921Incl. in CSM00209TOTAL3961,665,5921,089,64490 (including 3 portables)7,72726,09222,2771,042

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  • Facilities Planning Department Roles & ResponsibilitiesMaintenance & OperationsCentral Plants (x3)Parking/Roadways/Pedestrian PathsInterior/Exterior LightingStorm DrainsProgram ManagementDesign ManagementDesign & Construction StandardsSchedulingConstruction ProcurementFF&E Management

    Financial ManagementCash FlowContract ManagementFacilities TransitionCommunicationsProject Labor Agreement (PLA)Prequalification (Builders / Designers)OCIP ManagementWarranty Coordination"Facilities Excellence"

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  • "Facilities Excellence" Construction ImpactsParking

    Road and pedestrian path closures / detours

    Traffic

    Dirt and Dust

    Noise (mitigations)

    Interruptions in heat, power, water, data

    Scheduled and Unscheduled

    General Inconvenience

    Safety

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  • "Facilities Excellence" Capital Issues & ChallengesState Budget Deficit Educational Mission (Paramount)Academic Calendar / Construction ScheduleFinancial ManagementContract ManagementConsultant ManagementDocument ControlsProject Labor Agreement A & E Prequalification Contractor Prequalification Owner Controlled Insurance Program (OCIP)

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  • "Facilities Excellence" Capital Issues & Challenges

    Multiple Contractors / Designers / Schedules coordinationInter-Agency Coordination (DOF/CCCO/DSA/State & Local Fire Marshals/Water Board)Communications (Different Constituencies)Campus CommunityDesign & Construction CommunityState & Local EntitiesDifficult Choices (Not Enough Funding)Managing Expectations (Cant Get it All)

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  • "Facilities Excellence" Existing Facilities 1,200,000 gsfNew CIP Facilities Caada Bldg. 7 FMC ~ 18,800 gsfCaada Bldg. 9 Library/LRC ~ 60,000 gsfCaada Bldg. 22 ~ 12,000 gsfCSM Bldg. 5 Health & Wellness/Aquatics ~ 88,300 gsfCSM Bldg. 10 College Center Bldg. 10 ~ 140,000 gsfCSM Bldg. 35 RPSC ~ 11,000 gsfCSM Bldg. 36 Science Building & Planetarium ~ 65,000 gsfSkyline Bldg. 4 Wellness/Cosmetology/Multicultural Center ~ 70,300 gsfSkyline Bldg. 6/7A Student Union/Science Annex ~ 70,000 gsfSkyline Bldg. 11 Automotive Transmission Facility ~ 8,800 gsfSkyline Bldg. 21-24 FMC ~ 13,500 gsfLoma Chica ~ 11,000 gsf (CDC Modernization)DW Athletic Facilities (Restrooms / Press Boxes) ~ 8,450 gsfCIP Demolished FacilitiesCSM 5/6 ~ 74,000 gsfCSM 10, 11 & 13 ~ 43,500 gsfCSM Bldg. 20 & Greenhouse ~ 13,126 gsfCSM Bldgs. 21 29 ~ 60,000 gsfSkyline Bldg. 4 ~ 2,900 gsfSkyline Pacific Heights ~ 39,000 gsfSkyline CDC Portable ~ 3,200 gsf

    Total Cost of Ownership (An Additional ~ 341,424 gsf)

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  • "Facilities Excellence" Facilities Planning, Maintenance & OperationsCustomer Service Professionalism Team WorkCommunication

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  • Question & Answer Jos D. Nuez, LEED APVice ChancellorFacilities Planning, Maintenance & Operations(650) [email protected]

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    ******Value Engineering-Many project plans take five years of development before the ground is broken.Example type of savings- less cabinetry for Secondary Effects*Value Engineering-Many project plans take five years of development before the ground is broken.Example type of savings- less cabinetry for Secondary Effects***Adding 240,000SFDemoing 35,000SF

    Delta +205,000SF**

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