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February 1, 2018 Subject: Request for Proposal, 18-BS-BD1834 Enclosures: (1) Vendor Acknowledgement (2) Instruction to Proposers (3) Scope of Work/Specifications (4) Pricing template (5) Architect Agreement To: All prospective proposers: Enclosed, please find a Request for Proposal (RFP) to provide Denver Public Schools (DPS) with services as further described in the Scope of Work/Specifications and the Agreement (the Agreement ) Unless otherwise noted, Proposers must provide a proposal on all of the requirements stated within this request. Proposers must be able to commit the resources necessary to provide the services requested in a timely manner and conform to all material aspects of the Scope of Work/Specification enclosed. To be considered valid in the selection process, all proposals must follow the critical dates, as set forth below: Critical dates: 1) RFP Issue date February 1, 2018 2) Questions due date February 23, 2018 at 3:00 PM, Local Denver Time. Responses to questions will be provided in writing to all prospective proposers. All questions are to be emailed to Brian Swift Only emailed questions will be responded to. 3) Pre Proposal Conference There will be a mandatory Pre-Proposal Conference and walk through on February 12, 2018 at 10:30 AM Local Denver Time At 1617 S. Acoma St., Denver, CO 80223 Room 113 A and B. Proposers may visit the sites described in this RFP. Visits to schools may only be made Monday through Friday from 3:30 to 5:30 Exception: Where school kitchen inspections are necessary, vendors may visit Monday through Friday from 1:00 to 2:00 All Vendors must check in at the school office to obtain a visitor s pass, and must also check out. Any violation of this policy may be grounds for disqualification. 4) Proposal due date- Proposals must be sent or delivered as directed in this solicitation and received on or before, March 12, 2018 at 10:00 AM, Local Denver Time to the District s Construction Strategic Sourcing Office located at 1617 S, Acoma St., Denver, CO 80223. Proposals received after this time will not be considered and individual extensions to the due date will not be granted. The District will not accept an e-mail or fax response to this Request for Proposal. You are responsible to address the envelope as follows-Denver Public Schools, Construction Strategic Sourcing Department, 1617 S. Acoma St., Denver, CO 80223 Attn: 18-BS-BD1834 NOTE: THERE WILL NOT BE A PUBLIC OPENING ON THE PROJECT. 5) Proposal presentations- Denver Public Schools reserve the right to invite the top qualified proposers to provide an oral presentation April 3, 2018. 6) Proposal Expiration date- Proposers must indicate an expiration date for the proposal and pricing. Any expiration date shall not be less than ninety (90) days from the proposal due date as indicated herein. Please be advised that the award of any agreement is based upon the content of the proposal. Organized, succinct and straight forward submissions are appreciated. There is no need to go to excessive costs in preparing elaborate packaging. Prior to a formal award, all contract terms and conditions must be agreed upon by all parties. Please address any inquiries to the following: Sincerely, Brian Swift Strategic Sourcing Supervisor Denver Public Schools 2 VENDOR ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Purpose: The purpose of this RFP is to provide Denver Public Schools a proposal for facilities condition assessment services described in the Scope of Work and the Agreement. Date: February 1, 2018 Proposal number: 18-BS-BD1834 Proposal title: Facilities Condition Assessment Pre-proposal conference February 12, 2018 at 10:30 am Local Denver Time at 1617 S. Acoma St., Denver, CO 80223 Room 113 Proposals will be received until: March 12, 2018 10:00 AM, MST at 1617 S. Acoma St., Denver, CO 80223 For additional information please contact: Brian Swift Documents included in this package: Vendor Acknowledgement Instruction to Proposers Scope of Work/Specifications Pricing Template Agreement Drawing attachments The undersigned hereby affirms that (1) he/she is a duly authorized agent of the Vendor, (2) he/she has read all terms and conditions, technical specifications and all other Contract Documents which were made available in conjunction with this Solicitation and fully understands and accepts them, (3) that the offer is being submitted on behalf of the Vendor in accordance with any terms and conditions set forth in this document, and (4) that the Vendor will accept any awards made to it as a result of the offer submitted herein for a minimum of ninety (90) calendar days following the date of submission. VENDOR PRINT OR TYPE YOUR INFORMATION (Include this form in your proposal) Name of Company: ________________________________________ ____ Fax: _____________ Address: ________________________ City/State: ________________ Zip: ______________ Contact Person: ___________________ Title: _____________________ Phone: ___________ Authorized Representative s Signature: ____________________________ Phone: ___________ Printed Name: ____________________ Title: _____________________ Date: ____________ Email Address: ___________________ Approved by: ______________ Date: ____________ Addendum(s) Acknowledged 3 ________________________________________ ________________________________________ _________________________ INSTRUCTIONS TO PROPOSERS I. APPLICABILITY. These Instruction to proposers apply, but are not limited, to all bids, proposals, qualifications and quotations (hereinafter referred to as Offers or Responses ) made to the Denver Public Schools (hereinafter referred to as "District") by all prospective product and/or service suppliers ( hereinafter referred to as "Vendors") in response, but not limited, to Invitations to Bid, Requests for Proposals, Requests for Qualifications, and Requests for Quotations (hereinafter referred to as Solicitations ). II. CONTENTS OF OFFER A. General Conditions. Vendors are required to submit their Offers in accordance with the following expressed conditions: 1. Vendors shall make all investigations necessary to thoroughly inform themselves regarding the project. No plea of ignorance by the Vendor of conditions that exist or that may hereafter exist as a result of failure to fulfill the requirements of the contract documents will be accepted as the basis for varying the requirements of the District or the compensation to the Vendor. 2. Vendors are advised that all District contracts are subject to all legal requirements contained in the District Board policies, the Strategic Sourcing Department's procedures and state and federal statutes. When conflicts between the Solicitation and these legal documents occur, the highest authority will prevail. 3. Vendors are required to state exactly what they intend to furnish to the District via this Solicitation and must indicate any variances to the terms, conditions, and specifications of this Solicitation no matter how slight. If variations are not stated in the Vendor s Offer, it shall be construed that the Vendor s Offer fully complies with all conditions identified in this Solicitation. 4. All Offers and other materials submitted in response to this Solicitation shall become the property of the Denver Public Schools. 5. Open Records. The Vendor understands that all material provided or produced under this Agreement may be subject to the Colorado Open Records Act, 24-72-201, et seq., (2006), and that in the event of a request to the District for disclosure of such information, the District shall advise the Vendor of such request in order to give the Vendor the opportunity to object to the disclosure of any of its proprietary or confidential material. In the event of the filing of a lawsuit to compel such disclosure, the District will tender all such material to the court for judicial determination of the issue of disclosure and the Vendor agrees to intervene in such lawsuit to protect and assert its claims of privilege and against disclosure of such material or waive the same. The Vendor further agrees to defend, indemnify and save and hold harmless the District, its officers, agents and employees, from any claims, damages, expenses, losses or costs arising out of the Vendor s intervention to protect and assert its claim of privilege against disclosure under this Article including, but not limited to, prompt reimbursement to the District of all reasonable attorney fees, costs and damages that the District may incur directly or may be ordered to pay by such court. B. Clarification and Modifications in Terms and Conditions 1. If any Vendor contemplating submitting an Offer under this Solicitation is in doubt as to the true meaning of the specifications, the Vendor must submit a written request for clarification to the District's contact person. The Vendor submitting the request shall be responsible for ensuring that the request is received by the District in accordance with the Solicitation Schedule. Denver Public Schools Construction Services/Strategic Sourcing 1617 S. Acoma St Denver, Colorado 80223 REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL 18-BS-BS1834 4 Any official interpretation of this Solicitation must be made, in writing, by an agent of the District's Strategic Sourcing Department who is authorized to act on behalf of the District. The District shall not be responsible for interpretations offered by employees of the District who are not agents of the District's Strategic Sourcing Department. The District shall issue a written addendum for substantial changes which impact the technical submission of Offers. Such addenda shall be emailed to all Vendors that have notified the District of their intent to bid on this project. The Vendor shall certify its acknowledgment of the addendum by signing the addendum and returning it with its Offer. In the event of conflict with the original contract documents, addenda shall govern over all Contract Documents to the extent specified. Subsequent addenda shall govern over prior addenda only to the extent specified. C. Prices Contained in Offer 1. The District is exempt from paying. Notwithstanding, Vendors should be aware of the fact that all materials and supplies which are purchased directly by the Vendor in conjunction with this contract will be subject to applicable state and local sales taxes and these taxes shall be borne by the Vendor. 2. The Vendor, by affixing its signature to this Solicitation, certifies that its Offer is made without previous understanding, agreement, or connection either with any persons, firms or corporations making an Offer for the same items, or with the District. The Vendor also certifies that its Offer is in all respects fair, without outside control, collusion, fraud, or otherwise illegal action. To insure integrity of the District's public procurement process, all Vendors are hereby placed on notice that any and all Vendors who falsify the certifications required in conjunction with this section will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. D. Qualification of Vendor. Vendor shall be prepared, if so requested by DPS, to present evidence of his experience, qualifications and financial ability to carry out the Contract Documents. III. SOLICITATION: The following activities outline the process to be used to solicit vendor responses and to evaluate each vendor proposal. Solicitation Schedule: Distribute Request for Proposal February 1, 2018 Mandatory Pre-Proposal Conference February 12, 2018 10:30 AM Deadline for submitting questions February 23, 2018 at 3:00 PM Proposal due date deadline March 12, 2018 at 10:00 AM Proposal presentations April 3, 2018 (approximately) IV. PREPARATION AND SUBMISSION OF OFFER A. Preparation 1. All Offers will refer to and contain the information requested in the Scope of Work/Specifications document (included) as well as follow the format as described therein. 2. The Offer must be typed or legibly printed in ink. The use of erasable ink is not permitted. All corrections made by the Vendor must be initialed in blue ink by the authorized agent of the Vendor. 3. Offers must contain, in blue ink, a signature of an authorized agent of the Vendor in the space provided on the Vendor Acknowledgement. The original Vendor Acknowledgement of this Solicitation must be included in all Offers. 4. The accuracy of the Offer is the sole responsibility of the Vendor. No changes in the Offer shall be allowed after the date and time that the Offers are due. B. Proposal Requirements All questions must be directed to Brian Swift by the question due date detailed in this RFP. 5 All proposals must contain the following information: Tab A Vendor Acknowledgement Form Tab B An Executive Summary of the important characteristics of your firm/team that demonstrate the firm/team meets all of the minimum qualifications as listed previously in this document, including a description of the firm stating the size, locations, nature of the work done by the firm, number of years in existence. (1 page maximum) Tab C Company Questions: 1. How long has your organization provided these services? 2. How many clients do you currently service and how large is each client? 3. Describe the financial soundness of your organization. Include any reports that demonstrate your firm s strength, audited financials, bank letters, Dun & Bradstreet reports, etc. 4. Identify any litigation your form is currently involved in or has settled/resolved over the last 24 months. 5. Provide a statement on current workload and status. Tab D Experience: The awarded firm shall have a minimum of five (5) years of similar experience. The District will consider past experience in projects of similar size and complexity, as well as work with the District on past projects. Include Relevant Experience (5 page maximum) Tab E Facility Assessment Team. Tab F A project schedule for Facility Condition Assessment. Tab G Additional information which the firm feels may be appropriate for evaluation. Please respond to the aforementioned items in the order in which they are presented and enumerated accordingly. C. Submission 1. The Offer shall be sealed in an envelope with the Vendor s name and the RFP number on the outside. Please furnish one (1) electronic copy with original signature on flash drive containing a single PDF file with the entire proposal. (No CD s or DVD s will be accepted) 2. Unless otherwise specified, when a Pricing form is included as a part of the Solicitation, it must be used when the Vendor is submitting its Offer. The Vendor shall not alter this form ( add or modify categories for posting prices offered) unless expressly permitted in the addendum duly issued by the District. No other form shall be accepted. 3. Offers submitted via facsimile machines or email will not be accepted. D. Late Offers. Offers received after the date and time set for the opening shall be considered non-responsive and returned unopened to the Vendor. V. MODIFICATION OR WITHDRAWAL OF OFFERS A. Modifications to Offers. Offers may only be modified in the form of a written notice on company letterhead and must be received prior to the time and date set for the Offers to be opened. Each modification submitted to the District s Strategic Sourcing Department must have the Vendor s name and return address and the applicable Solicitation number and title clearly marked on the face of the envelope. If more than 6 one modification is submitted, the modification bearing the latest date of receipt by the District s Strategic Sourcing Department will be considered the valid modification. B. Withdrawal of Offers 1. Offers may be withdrawn prior to the time and date set for the opening. Such requests must be made in writing on company letterhead. 3. Offers may not be withdrawn after the time and date set for the opening for a period of ninety (90) calendar days. If an Offer is withdrawn by the Vendor during this ninety day period, the District may, at its option, suspend the Vendor from the bid list and may not accept any Offer from the Vendor for an eighteen (18) month period following the withdrawal. VI. REJECTION OF OFFERS A. Rejection of Offers. The District may, at its sole and absolute discretion: 1. Reject any and all, or parts of any or all, offers submitted by prospective Vendors; 2. Re-advertise this Solicitation; 3. Postpone or cancel the process; 4. Waive any irregularities in the Offers received in conjunction with this Solicitation to accept an offer(s) which has additional value or function and/or is determined to be more advantageous to the District; and/or 5. Determine the criteria and process whereby Offers are evaluated and awarded. No damages shall be recoverable by any challenger as a result of these determinations or decisions by the District. B. Rejection of a Particular Offer. The District may, at its sole and absolute discretion, reject an offer under any of the following conditions: 1. The Vendor misstates or conceals any material fact in its Offer; 2. The Vendor s Offer does not strictly conform to the law or the requirements of the Solicitation; 3. The Offer does not include documents, including, but not limited to, certificates, licenses, and/or samples, which are required for submission with the Offer in conjunction with the Solicitation. 4. The Offer has not been executed by the Vendor through an authorized signature on the Vendor Acknowledgement. C. Elimination from Consideration 1. An Offer may not be accepted from, nor any contract be awarded to, any person or firm which is in arrears to the District upon any debt or contract or which is a defaulter as surety or otherwise upon any obligation to the District. 2. An Offer may not be accepted from, nor any contract awarded to, any person or firm which has failed to perform faithfully any previous contract with the District, state or federal government, for a minimum period of three years after this previous contract was terminated for cause. D. The District reserves the right to waive any technical or formal errors or omissions and to reject any and all bids, or to award contract for the items hereon, either in part or whole, if it is deemed to be in the best interest of the District to do so. VII. AWARD OF CONTRACT. The District shall award a contract to a Vendor through the issuance of an Intent to Award. All of the documents included and/or referred to in this Solicitation (the Contract Documents ) are collectively an integral part of the agreement between the Denver Public Schools and the successful Vendor. Accordingly, all Vendors must be thoroughly familiar with these documents and the terms and conditions governing 7 the project. Upon issuance of a Notice of Award, the Vendor must execute, in substantially the same form, the Contract Documents. VIII. CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATIONS. The terms and conditions for the services requested for in this RFP are contained in the Contract Documents, including, but not limited to, the Agreement. IX. EVALUATION CRITERIA. An evaluation committee composed of representatives selected by District will perform the evaluation of proposals. The committee shall evaluate statements of qualifications, performance data, and technical proposals submitted by the Vendor and may conduct interviews based upon evaluation factors listed in the proposal requirements. Proposals will be evaluated and scored by the committee based primarily on cost, timeline and dates, and compliance with scope of work. The highest scoring vendor will be awarded the project. X. APPEAL OF AWARD. Vendors may appeal by submitting, in writing, a detailed request for reconsideration to the District's Construction Strategic Sourcing Manager within 72 hours after the Intent to Award is issued. XII. NEGOTIATIONS The District reserves the right to conduct negotiations with Vendors and to accept revisions of proposals. During this negotiation period, the District will not disclose any information derived from proposals submitted, or from discussions with other Vendors. Once an award is made, the solicitation file and the proposals contained therein are in the public record. XIII. EVALUATION CRITERIA The following describes the evaluation criteria and associated weights for proposal response. Proposed Project Approach (40%) Description of your firm s overall approach to the Facility Condition Assessment Project along with the Consultant s software and its compatibility with the District s software, Tririga. Firm Experience and Project Team (20%) Description of the firm s experience and projects completed with other K12 districts. Specialty trades architectural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, etc. should have a minimum of ten (10) years experience. Project Schedule (20%) Description of the proposed project schedules to achieve completion dates listed above. Description of any proposed options which would allow improved schedule compliance. Cost Proposal (20%) Total cost proposed for the overall project. 8 Pricing Template TO: SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 1 IN THE CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER AND STATE OF COLORADO PROJECT: 18-BS-BD1834 SCOPE OF WORK: District Wide Facility Condition Assessment LOCATION: District Wide FACILITY CONDITION ASSESSMENT 1. Lump Sum Fixed Fee Base Price (Entire Site), as specified. Base bid price quotations must be lump sum fixed fee for the entire list of buildings in Attachment A. All costs, expenses, and profit must be included in this fixed lump sum fee. 2. Reimbursables: There will be no reimbursables permitted. Include in the pricing, all expenses associated with performing the facilities condition analysis including, travel, meals, lodging, printing, etc. School Bid Amount Facility Condition Assessment Base Bid $______________________________ Alternate 1 Infrared thermology survey $______________________________ Alternate 2 Review of Playground Equipment $______________________________ Alternate 3 Provide pricing for Asset Inventory, Asset Tagging and Asset Barcoding $______________________________ Alternate 4 Tree inventory & GPS positioning $______________________________ Alternate 5 Software $______________________________ Attach Fee Schedule: 9 Effective July 1, 2017, all new business conducted with DPS will require you to be registered on the DPS Supplier Portal. The Denver Public Schools (DPS) District is modernizing its Financial Management and Strategic Sourcing business processes to include two-way web-based communication with its Suppliers and Vendors. The benefits extended to our supplier/vendor business partners that register with DPS include: Electronic Bidding Events/Solicitations. o Bids and Proposals sent directly to your personal Supplier Portal account o On-line bid responses, negotiations, awards, and much more Direct submission of electronic invoices (depending on your contractual relationship). Complete view of your contracts, purchase orders, invoices and payments online through your Supplier Portal . Ability to maintain your business profile, points of contact, diversity qualifications, list of commodities you wish to provide, W-9s, certifications and insurance documentation, along with optional subcontractor tracking. Historical record of your interaction and performance with DPS Access to the supplier portal can be found here: Supplier Portal User Guides are available at same link (under the Suppliers/Vendors link on the right-hand of the page). 10 Diverse Business Inclusion Commitment Pursuant to Board of Education Policy ACE: Equitable and Inclusive Contracting, the District has set a Project Goal that certified minority and women owned business enterprises ( Certified MWBEs ) shall perform 10% of the Project s total work. Good faith efforts to reach the Project Goal may be considered by the District if none of the bidding applicants are able to commit to meeting the Project Goal. Work performed on the project by Certified MWBEs will count towards the Project Goal. This will include work performed by the general or prime contractor, subcontractors, and joint ventures that include a Certified MWBE. Work performed by joint ventures that include Certified MWBE firms will count towards the Project Goal according to the percentage of ownership and control that the Certified MWBE holds in in the Joint Venture. Certified MWBE firms are defined as businesses: (i) owned or controlled by Native Americans, Asian Americans, African Americans, Hispanics, or women; (ii) located in the Denver Aurora Combined Statistical Area (as defined by the Office of Management and Budget)1; and (iii) holding a certification from the City and County of Denver, the Mountain Plains Supplier Development Council, the Women s Business Enterprise Council, or another governmental or industry agency acceptable to Owner. A business is deemed owned by whoever holds at least 51% of the equity interest in the enterprise. A business is deemed controlled by its chief executive officer (if the business is a corporation), its managing partner (if business is a partnership), the proprietor (if the business is a sole proprietorship), and in all cases by the person or persons with ultimate decision-making authority in the ongoing, day-to-day operation of the business. A business is deemed located in the Denver Aurora Combined Statistical Area if its headquarters or a local office is located within the Bid applicants must state their commitment to the Project Goal by executing and submitting this Diverse Business Inclusion Commitment. At the time of award, the bid applicant with the lowest apparent bid will have three days to submit to Owner a letter describing its plan to meet the Project Goal along with Letters of Intent (LOI) it has reached with the Certified MWBEs who will participate in the Project. The Letters of Intent should provide documentation of the commitments by contractor and subcontractor related to the project, including a description of the type and amount of work to be performed by the subcontractor. Copies of the subcontractor s MWBE certification must also be attached. If work performed by the general contractor or a joint venture are to be counted towards the Project Goal, then current MWBE certifications for the general contractor or the member of the joint venture must be included. During the project and at its conclusion, the contractor shall provide information to the District demonstrating its use of the Certified MWBEs. If at the end of the project, contractor cannot demonstrate that it fulfilled its Diverse Business Inclusion Commitment, then the District will penalize Contractor by, among other things, prohibiting Contractor from applying for future contracts with the Owner for a period of at least six months after conclusion of the Project. At the conclusion of the suspension period, Contractor must, to the satisfaction of Owner, provide in writing an explanation for its failure to meet its commitment and a description of its plan to ensure that it achieves future commitments it makes to the District. 1 The Denver Aurora CSA consists of the following counties: Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Clear Creek, Denver, Douglas, Elbert, Gilpin, Jefferson, Park and Weld. 2 To facilitate identification of Certified MWBE firms, the Owner provides on its Website the Denver Public Schools Diverse Business Directory . Contractors may also utilize the websites of the City & County of Denver, , Rocky Mountain Minority Supplier Development Council, , Mountain Plains Minority Supplier Development Council, , Small Business Administration, , State of Colorado/DBE Certification, , and Regional Transportation District, 11 Affirmation of Diverse Business Inclusion Commitment I _____________________________have read and understand this Diverse Business Inclusion Commitment, I am authorized to act on behalf of _________________________________, which includes the authorization to commit to meeting the Project Goal, and I hereby do commit that ________________________________________ __ will meet the Project Goal that Certified MWBEs shall perform _____% of the Project s total work, as calculated by the percentage of the Project s total payments that are made to Certified MWBEs. _______________________________________ _________________ Signature Date _______________________________________ Name (print) _______________________________________ Denver Public Schools Project Name 12 ________________________________________ ________________________________________ __________________________________ A. Overview Denver Public Schools (District) requests proposals from professional services firms (also referred to as the Consultant) for an extensive Facility Condition Assessment (FCA) as described herein. In General, the services will include: 1. Complete a comprehensive facilities condition assessment of all facilities and associated structures 2. Identify and document current facility condition and maintenance deficiencies 3. Identify code compliance deficiencies 4. Recommend corrections for all deficiencies 5. Provide cost estimates for corrections 6. Calculate the Facility Condition Needs Index (FCNI) for all building and for individual systems 7. Develop a prioritization system for current conditions and identified deficiencies ( : immediate, one year, five year, etc.) 8. Identify opportunities for cost savings, increasing system efficiencies and performance and cost avoidance. 9. Forecast future facility renewal cost 10. Review of utility cost and usage 11. Create a repository of the data and information collected for immediate and future use, allowing for updates as projects are completed. B. Locations Please see Attachment A for the list of all buildings. C. Introduction The facilities condition assessment and analysis will encompass all buildings and structures for Denver Public Schools, encompassing approximately 16 million gross square feet of facilities and 377 buildings, structures, storage buildings, modular units, etc. The District intends to use the information collected in this study to effectively identify and develop budgets for future projects. The Respondents to this RFP are encourage review the Denver Public Schools website ( ) to gain a better understanding of the setting, character, and mission of our school district. A list of the major structures included in this study may be found in Attachment A. NOTE: Smaller buildings located on school grounds, such as sheds and canopies might be missing from the list but the District expects those structures to be included in this assessment. D. Objective The objectives of the facility condition assessment are: Denver Public Schools Construction Services/Strategic Sourcing 1617 S. Acoma St Denver, Colorado 80223 REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL 18-BS-BS1834 SCOPE OF WORK 13 1. Identify and quantify all deficient conditions in terms of deferred maintenance and capital repair/plant renewal (including building and fire/life safety code compliance issues). 2. Describe clearly and accurately the cause or nature of each deficient condition and devise methods of correction for each deficient condition. Develop definition to adequately and accurately describe the project that would be needed to remedy the deficiency. 3. Classify, rank and prioritize all deficient conditions and associated correction projects. Where applicable, link information concerning related building systems and deficiency classifications. 4. Identify the extent and severity of the deferred maintenance liability for each building system, compiling the information up to the building level. Additionally, identify total deferred maintenance liability for each system on a district-wide basis. 5. Identify, prioritize, and schedule deferred maintenance reduction projects. 6. Identify the resources needed to maintain the operability, suitability, and value of the physical assets. 7. Identify what is necessary to adapt the facilities to meet the requirements of today s standards and codes. 8. Develop values for current replacement cost and a Facilities Condition Needs Index that reflect the current level of deferred maintenance and capital needs. Identify projects by building name, building number, floor number and room number, and locate projects on facility floor plan drawings. E. Assessment Standards and Protocol The District has no mandated order (structure) for the FCA, however, the elements are identified by the ASTM E1557 Uniformat II classification structure. The Consultant shall advise the District on the final list of building elements for inclusion in the FCA. The Consultant shall advise the District on items or systems that are not included in the FCA. 1. NOTE: This study includes the fixed assets of the District only. Portable equipment and furniture are not included. 2. The District expects all inspections will be performed by, or under the direct supervision of architects, engineers, and other facilities professionals registered and licensed to perform work of this nature in the State of Colorado. Further, these professionals shall have a complete understanding of the codes as they apply to school buildings in the State of Colorado. 3. Prior to the start of on-site inspections, the Consultant shall inform the District of the assessment standards being used to ensure consistency and completeness of data gathered at different facilities. 4. Working with the District, the Consultant will utilize the priority rating system that has been developed by the District. The rating system and its criteria will clearly indicate the priority and urgency of how a deficiency should be addressed, see Attachment B - Facility Condition Assessment Systems Rating Details. F. Project Schedule 1. To ensure alignment of all objectives, processes and overall data being collected, the District expects the awarded Consultant to conduct a mockup/test of two (2) schools with each school totaling a minimum of 100,000 square feet. The mockup/test will be conducted prior to embarking on the entire District. 2. The District s anticipated time of completion for all assessments, asset inventory and barcoding is nine (9) months from the executed contract. If the Consultant wishes to extend the completion timeline, the Consultant will submit two separate schedules that frames a timeline based on the 14 parameters below. The Consultant s schedule to complete the facility condition assessments, asset inventory and barcoding shall not exceed twelve (12) months. A nine (9) month completion date Consultant s schedule (NTE 12 Months) The Consultant should outline the number of team(s) and information required, per Section G Facility Assessment Team. The District expects the Consultant to assure teams are aligned with the overall methodology to ensure data consistency. 3. The Consultant shall provide a detailed gantt chart with a proposed timeline for the facility condition assessments and asset inventory. 4. Obviously, inspections are more easily performed when schools are empty. If school is in session, it may be necessary to complete the inspections after school hours or on weekends. The District must approve the schedule and will inform the buildings accordingly. The Consultant shall adhere to the District s protocol when visiting a school, see Attachment C Building Access/Contact Process. G. Facility Assessment Team 1. The District expects the Consultant to determine the overall make-up and number of resources for their facility assessment team or teams; however, the District requires that the Consultant: Designate a single, dedicated Project Manager who has overall responsibility for all assessments. Designate dedicated Team Leads for each facility assessment team who has overall responsibility for the FCA(s) provided by the Team and reports to the Project Manager. Ensure each Facility Assessment Team has an adequate number and type of discipline expertise, architectural, mechanical, electrical, etc.) appropriate for the facility of site and systems being addressed Ensure that all other resources provided by the Consultant are properly trained, qualified (holding all appropriate professional designations), and experienced to conduct each Facility Condition Assessment. The Project Manager will act as the Consultant s overall lead and the District s main point of contact. He/she will direct and coordinate the project and ensure completion of all activities related to the FCAs. This role will require an individual with considerable expertise and experience delivering the required services. The District reserves the right to ask for a replacement of any member of an Assessment Team at its sole discretion; however, this right is not expected to be exercised lightly or without due cause. All resources on a Facility Assessment Team(s) will be qualified technical personnel. These staff will be capable of effectively interpreting existing facility condition reports, and conducting system assessments in mechanical, electrical and architectural disciplines. The Consultant will conduct criminal record checks on all persons employed or retained to provide services on the District s properties. At the direction the District, the Consultant will remove from the work site any person who does not receive a clean criminal record check with respect to an offence that is relevant to the services. Additionally, the District reserves the right to conduct further background checks of any and all team members, that may include State required fingerprinting in order to visit school buildings. 2. The Consultant must provide an Organization Chart showing the entire project team by position title and the names of the key team members. The chart must clearly show all positions and the reporting structure. 15 3. The Consultant will provide resumes of the key team members only. Specialty trades, architectural, mechanical, electrical, etc. should have a minimum of ten (10) years experience. Resume packages should include information on engineering or architectural license where appropriate. 4. The Consultant will discuss the skills and expertise, knowledge and experience, and professional qualifications of each key team member who will be assigned to the project. Responses should focus on experience providing similar or identical services to those described in the RFP. H. Data Collection Methodology To guide the District in reducing the deferred maintenance backlog, information must be collected and stored in a system that allows for easy retrieval of information. The District will use the information to identify and manage future construction projects and work orders. 1. The assessment shall be performed by individuals trained and licensed in construction, engineering or architecture for the specific building systems they are assessing. 2. The Consultant will describe the facility assessment methodology/scope of work to include: The depth and breadth of your assessment offerings The assessment shall be conducted in accordance with well-established industry standards such as ASTM E2018 Standard Guide for Property Condition Assessments: Baseline Property Condition Assessment Process. Field collection techniques Defining priorities and strategies Costing and funding analysis Preparation of reports and findings Incorporation of existing assessment data as provided by the District o Information on past, current and planned Capital projects, all available maintenance records, etc., will be made available for the Consultant to the extent the information exists and can be located. Assessment data shall be organized according to ASTM E1557 Uniformat II Classification. If the Consultant has another method, it must be an industry standard format and approved by the District. 3. The Consultant shall obtain from the District and review existing drawings for a building prior to conducting an on-site assessment. The District records for any school or building may not be complete and may not be readily available. Any drawings borrowed from the District may be scanned and information used in this assessment. All PDF drawings can be found at Details on how to access the FTP site can be found on Attachment D FTP Access Instructions. 4. Interviews with the principal, building occupants, facilities staff, etc., shall be conducted for each school to record current deficiencies already identified. The interview protocol will be developed by the District with input from the Consultant. 5. The Consultant shall perform a non-destructive visual inspection of each facility to identify systems-level deficiencies and life-cycle conditions. 6. A narrative summary of each facility and building systems shall be documented in addition to the standard quantitative information. 7. Digital photographs shall be taken to document existing field conditions. Attachment E Photo Guide details the required list of photos the Consultant shall provide to the District. I. Data Warehousing 1. The Consultant will provide the District all data and information collected throughout the project. The information should be provided in a digital format to the extent possible. The District will retain 16 all data and information for future use. Additionally, the Consultant will provide a bi-weekly status report to the Facilities Condition Program Manager, in the format specified by the District. 2. All assessment data and reports provided in a digital format must be Window-compatible unless the District has pre-approved delivery in another format. 3. The Consultant must provide the Facilities Condition Assessment information in a format specified by the District that allows maximum functionality and can be used to guide the District through an annual budgeting process for capital projects. 4. The District has purchased a software solution, Tririga, to manage the data and information generated by this project. The District will provide the Consultant with a template for the collection of data. The consultant agrees to collect the information in the proper format and enter the information into the template. After the District has uploaded the data, the Consultant will review the information to ensure data integrity. 5. The Consultant must have their own information management system to manage the overall project and data. The system must meet the minimum requirements of this proposal. The system must be capable of producing the reports necessary to manage the data effectively and must allow data to be sorted in multiple methods with minimum effort. The Consultant must provide training and training materials on the system to District staff. The Consultant should be prepared to demonstrate during the selection process the functionality of their system. If the Consultant lacks an in-house software solution and must purchase software to meet the requirements of this proposal, the District must pre-approve any purchase. The software must provide Denver Public Schools with the capability to continually manage all data, manage deferred maintenance reduction, predict future capital renewal needs, create work orders, etc. The system must allow annual updating of correction costs based on published inflation rate indexes. NOTE: The Consultant can choose to use their own information management system to manage the overall project and data, but they must provide the required information utilizing the forms and templates designated by the District. J. Systems And Areas Included In The Study As stated above, the elements to be included in the study are identified according to the ASTM E1557 Uniformat II classification. To ensure clarity, the District has developed the following list of systems and areas that must be included. The Consultant shall add to this list as applicable, to ensure a complete assessment of the facilities. Items or systems may only be deleted from this list with the approval of the District. 1. Site: Utility connections and valves, retaining walls, exterior lighting, flagpoles, fences, gates, awnings, benches, signage, sheds, storage buildings, canopies, and other permanently-installed landscaping elements 2. Exterior Systems: all exterior building components, including but not limited to: roofs, walls, masonry, siding, brick work, window systems, exterior doors, skylights, paving, sidewalk and structural components 3. Interior Systems: walls, doors, windows, floors and ceilings, floor coverings, stairs and handrails, lighting, visible structure, and finishes 4. Health/Fire/Life Safety Systems 5. Clocks and Public Address Systems 6. Energy Management Systems 7. Access Control Systems 17 8. Compliance with the most recent approved version of ADAAG (American with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines) requirements and universal design standards 9. Vertical Transportation Systems 10. Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Systems 11. Electrical and Electrical Distribution Systems 12. Plumbing Systems 13. Fixed Kitchen Equipment (Not Portable) 14. Storm Water Management Ponds and Surface Drainage Structure 15. Other systems as deemed necessary by the Consultant and the District to provide a total facilities condition assessment Additional Notes of Clarification: 1. This project is not a space utilization study or an investigation of class sizes or use of a space for academic purposes. The District may, in the future, issue a separate RFP for such a study. It is intended, however, that the Consultant will investigate systems serving the entire building, including classrooms and other teaching areas. 2. IT systems are not in the scope of this project, except for IT systems connected to systems included in this study, such as lighting, HVAC, access control systems, etc. Alternates: 1. Alternate #1 Provide infrared thermology survey for major electrical equipment including switchgear, motors and transformers owned by the District. 2. Alternate #2 Provide review of playground equipment. 3. Alternate #3 The Consultant will conduct a comprehensive inventory at District site locations. During the inventory process, all of the following information will be captured for each item: Asset Identification Information Asset Tag Number (QR code) Asset Category Manufacturer Model Serial Number Description Quantity (if applicable) Inventory date Site Building Room Condition Age If an asset does not contain a QR sticker, or the current tag has been removed, damaged, or is otherwise unreadable, Consultant will affix a new sticker on the asset(s). Consultant will supply QR coding and QR stickers to District. The Consultant and the District s Asset Manager will standardize sticker placement locations on items. 18 For the purpose of this project, District requires to affix stickers at predetermined locations on assets. The District is currently using Tririga for its Asset Management records. The Consultant will provide the District with electronic excel files to be uploaded by District into our current inventory system The Consultant will remedy any discrepancy reported by District. For the purpose of this project, a discrepancy is defined as an item incorrectly entered into the asset management software by Consultant staff or items that the District reasonably feels the Consultant missed at site locations. Break-out QR coding and sticker placement on all defined assets as a separate line item (within the Excel spreadsheet). The items listed on Attachment F DPS Asset List are known assets within DPS facilities that the Consultant would provide detail on. See (1B) building pricing template. If the asset inventory is conducted separately from the facility condition assessment, the Consultant shall provide an inspection schedule to the Asset Manager with planned dates for all facilities 4. Alternate #4 Tree inventory & GPS positioning It is the District s intent to have GPS (Geo Positioning System) coordinates for all trees, and stumps on all District owned properties. All GPS data must be compatible with the Districts existing GPS coordinates and network. All GPS locates are requested to have sub-meter horizontal accuracy. All costs associated with GPS data collection shall be included in the overall price per tree proposed by the Respondent. If the Respondent chooses not to use GPS, an alternative collection system for acquiring required location data must be included with the proposal. Specific Data for Each Street Tree shall include: Tree Location Locate the street address of each District tree including School number and a system to differentiate between multiple trees at one location. Tree Identification Identification of each District s trees including genus, species of tree, and common name. Size Diameter at Breast Height (DBH) and estimated tree height. Condition of Tree Each tree shall be rated according to the five condition factors developed by the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA). The factors are trunk, scaffold branches, smaller branches, twigs, and roots. Based on the sum of all conditions ratings, each tree inventoried shall receive an overall condition classification. Defects Log the defects of each tree from a comprehensive list of physical, insect-related, and disease-related problems. 5. Alternate #5 Software: Should the District decide to utilize the Consultant s software in conjunction with its existing system, Tririga, the Consultant should provide an: a. Annual cost for utilizing the Consultant s software and number of users. The District expects the Consultant to provide training to all users along with any training materials at no additional cost. 19 K. Corrective Actions: Cost Estimating And Budgeting Corrective actions must be recommended for each deficient condition identified and include cost estimates and details of the work required for repair. The data must be provided in a format that allows for scope and pricing modifications in future years. The information must be presented in a consistent and organized method. This information will be used to evaluate and compare alternative construction concepts and strategies. The District suggests the Consultant use the Uniformat system to arrange and classify construction information based on physical parts of a facility or functional elements, otherwise known as systems and assemblies. If the Consultant has another proven system of classifying information collected into a useable, non-proprietary format, the District will consider that option. The information must be readily accessed, easily interpreted, and structured for use for the foreseeable future. 1. Provide cost estimates for each project identified by industry standards, published construction and facilities maintenance, construction and repair cost estimating data, reflecting appropriate adjustments for local labor and material costs. 2. Calculate the costs for each deficient condition utilizing nationally recognized estimating standards such RS Means Corporation s published construction and remodeling cost estimating data. Costs must be appropriately adjusted to reflect local and real unit costs based on actual location design/bidding experience in the City of Denver. Costs shall include customary soft costs for A/E, PM and permitting fees. 3. Provide specific work scopes and cost estimates for each individual item in all categories. 4. The use of life cycle cost analysis and remaining useful life will be used to determine if an item should be repaired or replaced. 5. Calculate the Facility Replacement Cost (FRC) for each facility, structure and site. 6. Calculate the Facility Condition Index (FCI) for the entire portfolio/district-wide. 7. Calculate the Facility Condition Index (FCI) for each school facility and associated buildings in the same location. 8. Calculate the Facility Condition Index (FCI) for each system and/or subsystem. 9. Using the data collected, develop proposed project lists and associated budgets to address projects for years one (1) through ten (10). 10. Additionally, provide a list of projects for systems that are not proposed to be addressed in years one (1) through ten (10) due to available budget, priority level, etc., -- systems that will likely fail or cause significant cost to the District if not addressed in the next ten (10) to fifteen (15) years. L. Deficiency Prioritization And System Ratings Denver Public Schools expects the reduction of the current backlog of maintenance items to be multi-year effort, therefore, a priority level (or other indicator signifying urgency) must be assigned to each deficiency to aid in determining which projects must be addressed immediately. The District also requires a rating on all systems whether deficient or not. Before data collection begins, the Consultant and District will review the existing standards to ensure the rating system is in line with industry standards and expectations as the method of collecting and retaining data must support these standards. M. Energy Conservation Projects Energy Conservation opportunities within the facilities must be identified as projects. The estimated simple payback in years and the annual cost avoidance must be calculated and reported for each energy conservation project. All reporting, summaries, totals, and models must illustrate potential energy savings. N. Project Planning And Packaging Identifying the current deficiencies and predicting future deficiencies will provide a basis for purchasing facility capital renewal. Strategic purchasing will reduce our overall facility operation costs. 20 The Facility Condition Assessment will provide the opportunity to package multiple deficiencies into a single construction project based on priorities, associated work items, trades involved building name and building type. It must also allow for future changes and updates to already developed work packages. The consultant is charged with identifying opportunities to plan and package projects to reduce project costs. The District will participate in determining appropriate work packaging strategies. O. Documentation The Consultant will provide written documentation of processes, inspection methods, cost data, adopted standards, computer software, applications and training 1. Include all information necessary to enable Denver Public Schools staff to continue to use and update the information and systems as a permanent planning tool. 2. Provide written reports as directed for documentation of progress and for final presentation. 3. Proved a published report for each facility (two (2) copies of each). 4. The Consultant will also provide a published report in a computer editable file ( Word) for each facility. 5. Reports should include project location drawings and digital photographs of deficiencies. 6. The District currently utilizes Revit as there CAD software. Any drawings received from the Consultant should be in Revit format. 7. Functional, database system containing required FCA information. 8. Formal, multi-media presentations of results for each building. 9. Final reports will document the findings and present analyses of the FCA. At minimum, the Consultant should include the following information and any additional information they deem appropriate that forms a comprehensive assessment: Executive Summary Assessment Methodology Asset Summary Cost Summary and Funding Scenarios Capital Renewals Detailed Deficiency Reports Lifecycle Inventory Once the Assessment and analysis is complete, the vendor will present their findings. P. Review Meetings Conduct or attend meetings as directed, which may include: 1. Presentations to Board Members, Faculty, and Administration. 2. Presentations to community members and the public. 3. Progress and planning meetings with District staff. The District will give the Consultant a minimum of one weeks notice for all meetings. During the overall project, the District will conduct a bi-weekly and/or monthly meeting with key members of the District s team and the Consultant s Project Manager for status/project updates. 21 Q. Conditions And Exclusions 1. This project does not include the condition of scientific equipment, furniture or moveable equipment. The study is limited to assessing and reporting on the condition of building shell elements, built-in features, building components, fixed equipment, service equipment and building and utility systems. 2. The survey does not include asbestos or lead inspections. However, when it is apparent that building repair will require attending to asbestos abatement. Consideration must be given to the effect of the asbestos abatement on the repair cost. When it is apparent that building repair will involve lead inspections, consideration must be given to including the lead removal costs in the estimated repair cost. 3. Conduct facility inspections with sensitivity to activities and needs of occupants and other members of the community. All building inspections will be scheduled through the District facilities department. 4. The facilities condition assessment uses neither disassembly nor special testing equipment, but is a thorough visual inspection of accessible equipment and building components. It is expected that the inspection team will, for example, lift ceiling tiles in suspended ceilings and open access doors to reveal hidden equipment and building components that are integral to the survey. R. Evaluation Criteria The District expects to receive the following information in submitted proposals in the same order as presented below: 1. About your firm: Provide firm name, address, contact and number of years providing facility condition assessment services. Include statement of capability to complete the scope of work. 2. Project experience: Provide a brief description of facility condition assessment, K12 educational adequacy assessment and deferred maintenance reduction planning experience. Provide three (3) detailed examples of projects ongoing or completed within the last three (3) years that included facility condition assessment and deferred maintenance reduction planning services. List a minimum of three (3) references and provide phone numbers of owner s representatives. The following minimum experience must be demonstrated: Firm must have been actively engaged in provision of Facility Condition Analysis services for a minimum of five (5) years. Firm must have successfully completed Facility Condition Analysis for at least ten (10) clients. 3. Project team: Per Section G Facility Assessment Team, the Consultant should indicate the number of Facility Assessment Teams it proposes to complete and their proposed work schedules. Include resumes for each team member. Provide a narrative of how the staff will function during each phase of the project. Clearly indicate the number of teams and number of personnel on each team. If required, team members may be required to submit State required fingerprinting and background checks in order to visit school buildings. 4. Facility Condition Assessments: The Consultant should provide a detailed overview of its strategy/approach to the completion of FCAs, addressing topics such as resourcing, process management, and relationship with the District. The Consultant should provide a clear understanding of the objectives of the services to be provided. A narrative for the approach to be used shall include: The Consultant s overall approach to the project to maximize the cost effectiveness of the project budget. The specific approach to collaboration with the District and its project management staff. A quality control plan that will be used during the project to a) resolve data collection issues; and b) for reviewing monthly data output and adjusting or correcting it, if needed. 22 The Consultant s requirements and support necessary from the District to complete the assessment work. 5. Project Schedule: Per Section F Project Schedule, the project schedule is intended to show the Consultant s understanding of the overall process and sequencing of activities through the end of the project. The Consultant either: Expressly accepts the completion of nine (9) months from the date of the executed contract; - OR - The Consultant has an alternate schedule with an explanation why the alternate schedule is necessary or advantageous to the District. The Consultant s schedule to complete the facility condition assessments, asset inventory and barcoding shall not exceed twelve (12) months. Schedules submitted must include the following information. o Mobilization of project o Field data collection and historical asset data/ information o Recommended projects planned by asset type o Project cost development o Final report documents o Final presentation If the Consultant has an alternate schedule, they should submit two separate schedules. One (1) schedule based off the District s nine (9) month timeline. The second schedule, the Consultant s alternate schedule (NTE 12 Months), should indicate any additional resources/teams. NOTE: Additional milestones may be added to fully explain the project schedule. 6. Software: Describe how the data and information collected in this project will be presented to the District, include information on: Sorting, prioritizing, planning and packaging capabilities. Ability to interface with the District s software, Tririga. Training and technical support. Documentation. Data security. Customization capabilities. Hardware requirements: Provide the minimum hardware requirements (web or client server) to effectively run the proposed software. Describe bandwidth access requirements and concurrent user capabilities. 7. Sample Deliverables: Submit complete samples of deliverables that will be provided to Denver Public Schools upon project completion. S. Fee Proposal See Pricing Template 1. Additional Services: Table of Hourly Rates Submit a table of hourly rates for each position of function to be utilized in the performance of this project. The hourly rates must be fully-loaded (including benefits, overhead, and profit). These rates will be used if additional services are required. Only one hourly rate per position may be submitted and it will be the rate for the duration of the project. 23 2. Payment Schedule: The Consultant shall submit monthly progress payments. Payment terms are N30. 24 Attachment A Building List (An Excel version of the building list will be available upon request) 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Attachment B Facility Condition Assessment Systems Rating Details 34 This guide is in place to ensure every element is being assessed and rated in a consistent manner, along with providing direction on how a condition rating should be assigned and performance measures calculated. TABLE OF CONTENTS A SUBSTRUCTURE ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ ........ 36 A10 FOUNDATIONS ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ ... 36 A1010 STANDARD FOUNDATIONS ........................................ ........................................ ......................... 36 A1020 SPECIAL FOUNDATIONS ........................................ ........................................ .............................. 36 A1030 SLAB-ON-GRADE ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ ... 38 A20 BASEMENT ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ .......... 38 A2020 BASEMENT 38 B STRUCTURE and SHELL ........................................ ........................................ .................................... 39 B10 SUPERSTRUCTURE ........................................ ........................................ .................................... 39 B1010 ELEVATED FLOOR STRUCTURES ........................................ ........................................ ............... 39 B1020 ROOF STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS ........................................ ........................................ ............... 40 B20 EXTERIOR ENCLOSURE ........................................ ........................................ ............................. 40 B2010 EXTERIOR WALLS ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ . 40 B2020 EXTERIOR WINDOWS ........................................ ........................................ ................................... 41 B2030 EXTERIOR DOORS ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ 42 B30 ROOFING ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ ............. 43 B3010 ROOF COVERINGS ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ 43 C - INTERIORS ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ ................... 44 C10 - INTERIOR CONSTRUCTION ........................................ ........................................ ........................ 44 C1010 PARTITIONS ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ ........... 44 C1020 INTERIOR DOORS ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ . 45 C1030 MISCELLANEOUS INTERIOR SPECIALTIES ........................................ ....................................... 46 C2010 STAIR CONSTUCTION ........................................ ........................................ .................................. 47 C2020 STAIRS FINISHES ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ .. 48 C30 - INTERIOR FINISHES ........................................ ........................................ .................................... 48 C3010 WALLS ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ .................... 48 C3030 CEILINGS ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ ................ 50 D - SERVICES ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ .................... 51 D10 - CONVEYING SYSTEMS ........................................ ........................................ ................................ 51 D1010 ELEVATORS ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ ........... 51 D1013 PERSONNEL LIFTS ........................................ ........................................ ................................... 51 D20 PLUMBING ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ ........... 52 D2010 PLUMBING FIXTURES ........................................ ........................................ ................................... 52 D2020 DOMESTIC WATER DISTRIBUTION ........................................ ........................................ ............. 52 D2030 SANITARY WASTE SYSTEM ........................................ ........................................ ......................... 53 D2040 BUILDING STORMWATER DRAINAGE ........................................ ........................................ ........ 54 D30 HVAC ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ .................... 54 D3010 ENERGY SUPPLY ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ .. 54 D3011 GEOTHERMAL HEATING / COOLING SUPPLY ........................................ ................................... 55 D3020 CENTRAL PLANT - HEATING ........................................ ........................................ ........................ 56 D3030 CENTRAL PLANT - COOLING ........................................ ........................................ ....................... 56 D3040 CENTRAL PLANT DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS ........................................ ...................................... 57 D3041 VEHICULAR EXHAUST SYSTEMS ........................................ ........................................ ................ 58 D3050 SPLIT SYSTEMS/FORCED AIR FURNACE /PACKAGE UNITS ........................................ ........... 59 D3053 SWAMP COOLERS/WINDOW UNITS ........................................ ........................................ ........... 60 D3060 CONTROLS ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ ............. 60 D40 - FIRE 61 D4010 SPRINKLERS ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ .......... 61 D4020 STANDPIPES ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ .......... 62 D4030 ALARMS ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ .................. 63 D50 ELECTRICAL ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ ........ 63 D5010 SERVICE AND DISTRIBUTION ........................................ ........................................ ..................... 63 D5030 COMMUNICATION/SECURITY ........................................ ........................................ ...................... 65 35 D5040 EMERGENCY POWER ........................................ ........................................ ................................... 66 E - EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS ........................................ ........................................ ....................... 66 E10 EQUIPMENT ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ ......... 66 E1020 INSTITUTIONAL EQUIPMENT ........................................ ........................................ ....................... 66 E1090 KITCHEN EQUIPMENT ........................................ ........................................ .................................. 67 E20 FURNISHINGS ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ ..... 68 E2010 FIXED FURNISHINGS ........................................ ........................................ .................................... 68 F - SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION AND 69 F10 - SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION ........................................ ........................................ .......................... 69 F1010 GREENHOUSES/ AQUACULTURE ........................................ ........................................ ............... 69 F1021 GYMNASIUMS ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ ........ 70 F1022 AUDITORIUM ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ .......... 70 F1023 MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM ........................................ ........................................ ............................... 71 F1024 PLANETARIUMS ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ ..... 72 F1040 AQUATIC FACILITIES ........................................ ........................................ ..................................... 72 F1111 AUTOMATIC BUS WASH BAY ........................................ ........................................ ....................... 73 F1112 BUS WASH BAY PERMANENT WAND SYSTEM ........................................ ............................... 74 F 1120 VEHICULAR LIFTS ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ 75 G SITE SYSTEMS ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ ........... 75 G20 - SITE IMPROVEMENTS ........................................ ........................................ ................................. 75 G2011 PAVEMENTS ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ .......... 75 G2030 SIDEWALKS ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ ........... 76 36 A SUBSTRUCTURE A10 FOUNDATIONS A1010 STANDARD FOUNDATIONS Standard foundations include: Shallow strip footings (commonly supporting exterior walls) or shallow spread footings or shallow piers (supporting columns) placed directly beneath load bearing columns or walls at/or below frost depth. Typically located between 3 and 8 feet below grade. Basement areas founded on shallow, strip and spread footings shall be considered standard foundations. Note: Area entered on the scoresheet shall represent the portion of the total building footprint that is founded on standard foundations. The total foundation area must add up to 100% of the building footprint, which may be subdivided between A1010 and A1020. Rating: 5 Excellent: No obvious signs of significant differential settlement of foundations observed. Only isolated, minor structural defects (<5%) observed within the foundation or supported wall systems. Since a concrete foundation system is generally protected from environmental degradation, a rating of 5 may be given regardless of age relative to service life, provided the system meets all other requirements of this rating. 4 Good: The structure is performing as intended with no significant settlement or differential movement causing distress. Supported walls may have minor cracking (<1/8" with width), but structural repairs (underpinning, etc) are not recommended. 3 Fair: Structure may have minor settlement, differential movement resulting in isolated distress of structural members, etc. Supported walls/structural components are showing increased levels of cracking (multiple areas, multiple cracks, etc.) but structural repairs may or may not recommended. One structural repair (underpinning, etc.) project may have been performed or be required but the building is, or will be, structurally functional after the repair is made. This is a maximum value if an engineering assessment should be requested for one or two isolated areas. 2 Poor: Structure shows obvious evidence of settlement, differential movement, or significant distress of structural elements. Structural repairs are recommended in several areas but the building will be structurally adequate after the repairs are made. This is a maximum value if an engineering assessment is recommended for the entire system. 1 Failure/Crisis: Similar types of defects as described for rating 2, but more extensive, such that repairs (vs. building replacement) are probably not cost effective. A1020 SPECIAL FOUNDATIONS Special foundations include: Deep foundation systems (such as piles or caissons that are placed beneath bearing elements to significant depths to avoid soft or Poor soil conditions (such as swelling soils near the surface), structural mat foundations, and combinations of piers & grade beams supporting elevated structural concrete floor systems (no slab-on-grade present). Note: Area entered on the scoresheet shall represent the portion of the total building footprint that is founded on special foundations. The total foundation area must add up to 100% of the building footprint, which may be subdivided between 37 A1010 and A1020. For guidance, the following three examples are provided for A1010 Standard Foundations and A1020 Special Foundations. All examples are assumed to be a single story facility. Example 1: Perimeter continuous, strip footings supporting load bearing masonry exterior walls and spread footings supporting interior columns with slab-on-grade. This example would have A1010 standard foundations plus A1030 slab on grade categories. Example 2: Perimeter continuous, strip footings with a concrete foundation stem wall supporting load bearing masonry exterior walls and a combination of strip and spread footings along the center of the structure supporting interior columns. The exterior and interior stem walls also support metal joists with a metal and concrete deck resulting in an 18 inch tall crawl space over dirt. This example would have A1010 Standard Foundations plus B1010 Elevated Floor Structures. The A1030 Slab-on-Grade category is not recorded as it is a dirt floor in the crawl space. NOTE: If the crawl space floor was concrete, then a slab- on-grade would be recorded for the crawl space area; however, no basement would be recorded as the crawl space is only 18 inches tall. Example 3: Drilled piers with grade beams at the perimeter and interior columns due to swelling soils. The ground level concrete floor system is structurally framed over and tied into the grade beams. An 18 inch tall crawl space over soil is located beneath the ground level concrete floor system. This example would have A1020 special foundations alone. It would not include A1030 Slab-on-Grade nor B1010 Elevated Floor Structures as the cost of the elevated structural floor system is included with the Special Foundations. Note that if no crawl space existed and the structural floor was directly on soil, this would still be only the A1020 Special Foundations. Rating: 5 Excellent: No obvious signs of significant differential settlement of foundations observed. Only isolated, minor structural defects (<5%) observed within the foundation or exterior wall systems. Since a concrete foundation system is generally protected from environmental degradation, a rating of 5 may be given regardless of age relative to service life, provided the system meets all other requirements of this rating. A wood piling system is more subject to deterioration with time and should be evaluated as 5 if only within the first of its service life. 4 Good: The structure is performing as intended with no significant settlement or differential movement causing distress. Walls may have minor cracking (<1/8" with width), but structural repairs (underpinning, etc.) are not recommended. 3 Fair: Structure may have minor settlement, differential movement resulting in isolated distress of structural members, etc. Supported walls/structural components are showing increased levels of cracking (multiple areas, multiple cracks, etc.) but structural repairs may or may not be recommended. One structural repair (underpinning, etc.) project may have been performed or be required but the building is, or will be, structurally functional after the repair is made. This is a maximum value if an engineering assessment should be requested for one or two isolated areas. 2 Poor: Structure shows obvious evidence of settlement, differential movement, or significant distress of structural elements. Structural repairs are recommended in several areas but the building will be structurally adequate after the repairs are made. This is a maximum value if an engineering assessment is recommended for the entire system. 38 1 Failure/Crisis: Similar types of defects as described for rating 2, but more extensive, such that repairs (vs. building replacement) are probably not cost effective. A1030 SLAB-ON-GRADE Notes: Area entered on the scoresheet shall represent the portion of the total building footprint that contains slab-on-grade. Dirt floor areas and structurally framed floors at grade level are not included in this category. The total slab-on-grade area will often match the A1010 Standard Foundation area unless the lowest level floor is dirt. Rating: 5 Excellent: Only very minor, isolated instances of cracking, settlement, heave, or other obvious structural defects in the slabs observed. Since a concrete slab-on-grade system is generally protected from environmental degradation, a rating of 5 may be given regardless of age relative to service life, provided the system meets all other requirements of this rating. 4 Good: The slabs are performing as intended with only minor or isolated areas of settlement, heave or differential movement causing distress. Slabs may have minor cracking (<1/8" width), but structural repairs (routing and sealing, etc) are not recommended. Isolated repairs to level differential movement may be required. 3 Fair: Slabs may have settlement, heave, differential movement, surface distress, etc affecting 10-25% of the slab area. Slab cracking has increased in size and isolated repairs are most likely required to level differential movement. Systemic minor differential movement is observed at doors/additions/etc. This is a maximum value if an engineering assessment should be requested for one or two isolated areas. 2 Poor: Slabs show obvious evidence of settlement, differential movement, cracking and spalling, or significant distress. Structural repairs are recommended in several areas with the slabs being structurally adequate after the repairs are made. This is a maximum value if an engineering assessment is recommended for the entire system. 1 Failure/Crisis: Similar types of defects as described for rating 2, but more extensive, such that repairs (vs. replacement) are probably not cost effective. A20 BASEMENT A2020 BASEMENT WALLS Basement walls are defined as: Below-grade walls that retain a minimum of 8 feet of soil. Note: Area entered on the scoresheet shall represent the portion of the total building footprint square footage that is constructed at least 8 feet below the exterior grade level. This category should be a YES if the school facility is built into the side of a hill creating a full-height, walk-out basement affect. By selecting this as a YES , the system captures the cost of construction for the portions of full height basement walls needed to create the facility. This category should be NO if it is a garden style structure where only a portion of the lower level is below grade and a portion is above grade. 39 Rating: 5 Excellent: Only minor, isolated, cracking, displacement or obvious structural defects observed in the walls (0 to 5%). Maintenance or repairs are not required. Since cast-in-place concrete wall systems are generally protected from environmental degradation, a rating of 5 may be given regardless of age relative to service life, provided the system meets all other requirements of this rating. 4 Good: The basement walls are performing as intended with only minor, isolated cracking (<1/8" width), leaking, or differential movement causing distress. Some isolated repairs may be necessary to address isolated, minor water infiltration. 3 Fair: Walls may have cracking in excess of 1/8 inch at limited locations, differential movement, visual displacement, etc. Repairs are recommended to stop re-occurring moderate to significant water infiltration. This is a maximum value if an engineering assessment should be requested for one or two isolated areas. 2 Poor: Walls show obvious evidence of cracking, leaking, settlement, or differential movement. Wall repairs are recommended in several areas with the walls being structurally adequate after the repairs are made. This is a maximum value if an engineering assessment is recommended for the entire system. 1 Failure/Crisis: Similar types of defects as described for rating 2, but more extensive, such that repairs (vs. replacement) are probably not cost effective. B STRUCTURE AND SHELL B10 SUPERSTRUCTURE B1010 ELEVATED FLOOR STRUCTURES Evaluation Includes: Structurally-supported floor system such as a concrete, wood, or metal framing system that is supported by the structural frame of the building. Note: Area entered on the scoresheet shall represent the total area of the structurally-framed floors. Rating: 5 Excellent: Very minor or isolated areas of cracking, settlement, sagging floors, or other obvious structural defects in the elevated slabs observed. Since elevated floor structures are generally protected from environmental degradation, a rating of 5 may be given regardless of age relative to service life, provided the system meets all other requirements of this rating. 4 Good: The structural floors are performing as intended with only minor, isolated settlement, sagging, or differential movement causing distress. Slabs may have minor cracking (<1/8" width). Some isolated floor leveling repairs may be necessary to accommodate floor finishes but structural repairs ( provide additional support to portions of the slab area) are not recommended. 3 Fair: Slabs may have minor settlement, sagging, creaking, or bouncing, differential movement, surface distress, etc. Structural framing systems have areas of split wood joists, corrosion of steel members resulting in loss of section, or spalled concrete surfaces (exposing reinforcing steel) that indicate some isolated repairs may be necessary ( provide additional support to portions of the elevated system). This is a maximum value if an engineering assessment should be requested for one or two isolated areas. 40 2 Poor: Elevated slabs show obvious evidence of settlement, sagging, differential movement, cracking and spalling, or significant distress. Structural repairs are recommended in several areas but the elevated systems will be structurally adequate after the repairs are made. This is a maximum value if an engineering assessment is recommended for the entire system. 1 Failure/Crisis: Elevated floor slabs show evidence of significant distress and may be unsafe. Similar types of defects as described for rating 2, but more extensive, such that repairs (vs. replacement) are probably not cost effective. B1020 ROOF STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS Evaluation Includes: Structural framing and supporting members of roof systems including the structural roof decking ( concrete, metal, wood, tectum, etc). Roof insulation and roof membranes are not included. Note: Area entered on the scoresheet shall represent the total roof area. Rating: 5 Excellent: Roof joists, rafters, trusses, and other structural components exhibit no or only isolated, minor signs of deterioration or corrosion. Reports of significant or chronic roof leaks over a period of years have not been reported. Since roof structural framing systems are generally protected from environmental degradation, a rating of 5 may be given regardless of age relative to service life, provided the system meets all other requirements of this rating. 4 Good: The roof structure has minor areas (5%-10% of the roof area) of deterioration or corrosion but is performing as intended with no significant distress observed. Structural repairs are not recommended. 3 Fair: Roof structure may have minor differential movement, sagging joists, rafters, and beams, surface distress of structural members, ceilings, or decking, etc. Isolated structural repairs may be recommended. Reports of widespread or chronic roof leaks over a period of years have been reported and the structural systems are not concrete. An engineering assessment may be requested for one or two isolated areas. 2 Poor: Roof structure shows obvious evidence of settlement, differential movement, sagging joists, rafters, and beams, or significant distress of structural roof elements. Structural repairs are recommended in several areas but the roof structure will be structurally adequate after the repairs are made. This is a maximum value if an engineering assessment is recommended for the entire system. 1 Failure/Crisis: Roof structure shows evidence of significant distress and may be unsafe. Similar types of defects as described for rating 2, but more extensive, such that repairs (vs. replacement) are probably not cost effective. B20 EXTERIOR ENCLOSURE B2010 EXTERIOR WALLS Evaluation Includes: Exterior walls includes the exterior fa ade of the building such as masonry (brick, stone, block), stucco, exterior insulated finish systems (EIFS), siding (metal, wood, vinyl, cementitious, composite), and exterior panels (metal, wood, cementitious, synthetic). Note: Area entered on the scoresheet shall represent the gross square footage of the building. 41 Rating: 5 Excellent: Only isolated, minor areas (0-5%) of cracking at seams, joints, or wall materials. No significant bowing, sagging, or out-of-plane movement observed. In general, exposed concrete/masonry wall systems are less susceptible to environmental degradation and may be given a rating of 5 for that portion of the system, regardless of age relative to service life, provided all other requirements of this rating are met. All other exterior wall materials should be evaluated relative to their anticipated service life. 4 Good: Isolated, minor areas (5-10%) of cracking at seams, joints, or wall materials. Walls are plumb and not bowed; appear to be properly anchored to wall studs or backup wall. Brick, stone, and mortar are in Good condition although minor areas of repair may be required. Areas of systemic damage or deterioration are not observed. Minor areas of damage or fading of color observed. Isolated, infrequent water infiltration may occur in one or two locations. 3 Fair: Areas of cracking of seams, joints or wall materials observed (10-25% of wall area). Isolated bowing is observed but walls appear to be properly anchored. Areas of systemic damage or deterioration observed but minor. Areas of damage or fading of color observed. Isolated water infiltration to the interior observed or reported. One recurring water intrusion issue may be reported. 2 Poor: Deficiencies noted over 25-50% of wall area. Walls are noted to be bowed or out-of-plumb. Areas of systemic damage or deterioration observed. Water infiltration to the interior space observed or reported in isolated areas but not considered a systemic problem. 1 Failure/Crisis: Any one of the following occurs: - Walls are significantly bowed, cracked, or leaning away from structure. - Surface materials do not appear to be adequately anchored to wall studs or back-up wall. - Surface materials have deteriorated significantly due to weathering or material defect. - Water infiltration to the interior space is significant and is considered a systemic problem. Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Brick and CMU Masonry 70 24 0 Stone Masonry 70 24 0 Light Gauge Metal 35 12 0 Wood Siding 25 9 0 Exposed Concrete Wall 70 24 0 Stucco 35 12 0 EIFS 25 8 0 Synthetic/Cementitious/Composites 25 8 0 Tile Wall Covering 30 10 B2020 EXTERIOR WINDOWS Exterior windows are defined as elements within the exterior walls that allow light into the interior of the structure and/or are included within the frame system. For example, clear/slightly opaque glass block or translucent panels used to allow light into the building shall be considered under this section (note evaluation factors for these elements are covered under Section 2010). Evaluation Includes: Frame, hardware, glazing, sealants, spandrel panels, seals, and gaskets. Note: Storm windows installed over windows are part of the window system but are not a standalone element. A storm window is graded with the window system that it is a part of. 42 Rating: 5 Excellent: Windows are fully functional with less than 5% deficiencies. Window gaskets/trim/seals may show signs of minor, isolated wear and tear or weathering but are intact. Isolated, occasional leaks reported and only routine maintenance is required. No Lexan/plexiglass panels are used for replacement glazing unless originally designed with those products. 4 Good: Windows are generally functional with only minor damage (5-10% deficiencies). In one or two isolated locations, infrequent minor window leaks may be either reported or observed. Windows and gaskets/trim/seals may show signs of minor wear and tear or weathering or loss of color to trim materials. Lexan/Plexiglas panels have been used for replacement glazing where glass was originally designed. 3 Fair: Functionality of some windows has been impaired with approximately 10-25% deficiencies. Minor window leakage is observed or reported at isolated locations. System shows signs of wear and tear or weathering, loss of translucency, or loss of color to trim materials. 2 Poor: Functionality of many windows has been impaired with approximately 25-50% deficiencies. Window wall is slightly bowed or out-of-plane. Damage, deterioration or corrosion of surface materials and hardware can still be repaired, but needs significant repairs or replacement of components is required to restore system. Moderate window leakage is observed or reported and interior damage is sustained in isolated locations. 1 Failure/Crisis: Significant damage, metal corrosion, wood deterioration, or missing glass such that the system is no longer serving its intended function. System leaks are considered a systemic issue. Functionality of more than 50% of the windows has been impaired. Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Aluminum Framed Windows (Storefront, Curtainwall, Ribbon, Strip, Individual Units) 40 14 0 Steel Framed Windows (Storefront, Ribbon, Strip, Individual Units) 30 10 0 Wood Framed Windows (Ribbon, Strip, Individual Units) Includes Exterior Aluminum Clad Units 25 9 0 PVC or Composite Windows 25 9 0 Fiberglass/Translucent Panels 40 14 0 B2030 EXTERIOR DOORS Evaluation Includes: Exterior doors, including swing, slide, and overhead door units. Door units may consist of wood, metal, glass, or composite systems and the evaluation includes the condition of the associated hardware and finishes of the units. 43 Rating: 5 Excellent: Exterior door systems exhibit only minor, isolated areas of damage, corrosion, or deterioration. The doors are functional and exhibit only minor fading, surface degradation, or loss of color. No repairs are recommended and only routine maintenance is required. 4 Good: Approximately 5-10% of the door systems exhibit some damage, corrosion, or deterioration. The door systems are generally functional and exhibit minor fading, surface degradation, or loss of color. Isolated repairs may be required. 3 Fair: The door systems are in adequate condition. Damage, minor metal corrosion, or wood deterioration is visible on 10-25% of the surface area. The damage, corrosion, or deterioration may affect the function of the doors, frames, and/or hardware, but can be repaired. 2 Poor: Damage, some metal corrosion, hardware failure, or wood deterioration on 25-50% of the surface area. The damage, corrosion, or deterioration may be repaired, but needs significant repairs or replacement of components is required. Door functionality may be impaired, requiring isolated replacement of door units. 1 Failure/Crisis: Significant damage (>50% of the doors) exhibit metal corrosion, wood deterioration, failed hardware, or broken glass such that the door systems are no longer serving their intended function. Replacement of doors would be more cost effective than continuing to make all the needed repairs. Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Metal, Metal/Glass Doors 25 8 0 Wood 20 7 0 Aluminum Frame/Glass Doors 30 10 0 Metal Roll-Up Doors Automatic 25 8 0 Metal Roll-Up Doors Manual 25 8 0 Wood Roll-Up Doors Automatic 25 8 0 Wood Roll-Up Doors Manual 25 8 0 B30 ROOFING B3010 ROOF COVERINGS Evaluation Includes: Roof coverings, which include the waterproofing materials that are placed above the structural roof deck. This includes downspouts and gutter systems, and roof drains with drain lines that pass vertically through a soffit but otherwise remain outside of the building without entering the occupied building space (similar to a thru-wall scupper). Interior drains with drain lines plumbed through the interior of the building are evaluated in D2040 Building Stormwater Drainage. Note: Area of Roof Coverings should match area of B1020 Roof Structural Systems. 44 Rating: 5 Excellent: Roof deficiencies are limited to 0-5% of the roof area. Waterproofing materials are intact and drainage appears adequate. Protection materials such as coatings and ballast are in place and evenly distributed and have not significantly deteriorated. Only routine maintenance is currently required. 4 Good: Roof deficiencies (such as patched and replacement areas) are evident over 5-10% of the roof area. Roof leaks are minor, isolated and infrequent. Membrane, coatings, and base flashing are generally in Good condition. No significant ponding areas observed on roof. 3 Fair: Roof surfacing is generally in Good condition but may show minor effects of aging. Roof deficiencies may exist on 10-25% of total roof area. Roof leaks are not a significant problem but have been repaired with some frequency. 2 Poor: Roof surfacing is generally showing effects of aging or patching on 25-50% of area, but still generally sheds water. Roof leaks are chronic, frequent, and repairable. Significant membrane and base flashing defects are evident. 1 Failure/Crisis: Roof surfacing shows major aging related defects over 50% or greater of roof area and multiple roof leaks are reported after almost every rain. Roof has major membrane and base flashing defects and leaks that cannot be repaired effectively. Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Composition Roof System 15 5 0 Clay Tile 50 17 0 Concrete Tile 50 17 0 Steep Metal 35 12 0 Steep Cementitious Panels 50 17 0 Roll Roofing 15 5 0 Bur Asphalt 25 9 0 Bur Coal Tar 30 10 0 Single-Ply Sheet 15 5 0 Deck Coating 10 3 0 Polyurethane Foam Roofs 15 5 0 C - INTERIORS For educational facilities this group of systems is considered to cover 100 percent of the facility. Therefore, the area entered on the scoresheet is equivalent to the gross building square footage. For administration facilities and the office portion of warehouse/transportation facilities enter only the square footage containing interior finishes on the scoresheet. C10 - INTERIOR CONSTRUCTION C1010 PARTITIONS Evaluation Includes: Stationary and movable interior partition walls as well as operable, sliding or folding walls. The evaluation concerns only the structural aspects and does not include an evaluation of the finishes. 45 Rating: 5 Excellent: Only minor and isolated defects which might detract from function or appearance (0 to 5%) are reported or observable. Repairs are not required. Fixed interior partitions such as masonry, exposed concrete, and ceramic tile are generally resistant to interior environmental conditions, a rating of 5 may be given regardless of age relative to service life, provided the system meets all other requirements of this rating. Moveable partitions should be evaluated relative to age and anticipated service life. 4 Good: Fixed partitions that exhibit only minor deficiencies (5-10% of surface area). Deficiencies consist of cracking as a result of movement or deterioration from damage or moisture. Deficiencies related to movable partition consist of damage to edges, tracks, and panel hardware. The partition is fully functional. 3 Fair: Fixed partitions that exhibit deficiencies (10-25% of surface area). Deficiencies consist of cracking as a result of movement or deterioration from damage or moisture. Some out-of-plane movement may be evident. Deficiencies related to movable partition consist of damage to edges, tracks, and panel hardware. The partition may require some repair to be fully functional. 2 Poor: Fixed partitions that exhibit deficiencies (25-50% of surface area). Movable panels have impaired functionality. 1 Failure/Crisis: System is no longer serving its intended function. Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Gypsum Board Partitions/Plaster Over Studs 25 8 0 Plaster Over Masonry 70 24 0 Masonry 70 24 0 Exposed Concrete 70 24 0 Structural Tile 50 17 0 Wood Paneling (On Framing) 25 8 0 Demountable Partitions 25 8 0 Accordion/Acoustical Movable 15 5 0 Interior Glass Storefront 40 13 0 Acoustical Panels (On Framing) 20 7 0 C1020 INTERIOR DOORS Evaluation Includes: Interior doors, which include swing, slide, and overhead door units. Door units may consist of wood, metal, glass, or composite systems and include the evaluation of the condition of the associated hardware and finishes. Installation or closure of vents within door units are not considered a deficiency. Rating: 5 Excellent: Interior door systems exhibit only minor, isolated areas of damage, corrosion, or deterioration. The doors are functional and exhibit only minor fading or loss of color. No repairs are recommended and only routine maintenance is required. 46 4 Good: Approximately 5-10% of the door systems exhibit some damage, corrosion, or deterioration. The door systems are generally functional and exhibit minor fading or loss of color. Isolated repairs may be required. 3 Fair: The door systems are in adequate condition. Damage, minor metal corrosion, or wood deterioration is visible on 10-25% of the surface area. The damage, corrosion, or deterioration may affect the function of the doors, frames, and/or hardware, but can be repaired. 2 Poor: Damage, some metal corrosion, hardware failure, or wood deterioration on 25-50% of the surface area. The damage, corrosion, or deterioration may be repaired, but needs significant repairs or replacement of components. Door functionality may be impaired, requiring isolated replacement of door units. 1 Failure/Crisis: Significant damage (>50% of the doors) exhibit metal corrosion, wood deterioration, failed hardware, or broken glass such that the door systems are no longer serving their intended function. Replacement of doors would be more cost effective than continuing to make all the needed repairs. Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Solid Core Wood 40 12 0 Hollow core Wood 20 7 0 Hollow Core Hardboard 30 10 0 Hollow Metal, Painted 40 14 0 Roll-Up Door 25 8 0 Wood Raised Panel 30 10 0 Tempered Glass 25 8 0 Glass With Framing 30 10 0 C1030 MISCELLANEOUS INTERIOR SPECIALTIES Evaluation Includes: Lockers, toilet partitions, and interior railings (excluding stairwells) including their associated hardware and finishes. Rating: 5 Excellent: Systems exhibit only minor, isolated areas of damage, corrosion, or deterioration and are fully functional. No repairs are recommended and only routine maintenance is required. 4 Good: Approximately 5-10% of the systems exhibit some damage, corrosion, or deterioration. The systems are generally functional and exhibit minor fading or loss of color. Isolated repairs may be required. 3 Fair: The systems are in adequate condition with damage, minor metal corrosion, or deterioration visible on 10-25% of the surface area. The damage, corrosion, or deterioration may impact the function of the systems and/or hardware, but can be repaired. 2 Poor: Damage, some metal corrosion, hardware failure, or wood deterioration on 25-50% of the surface area. The damage, corrosion, or deterioration may be repaired, but needs significant repairs or replacement of components. System functionality may be impaired, requiring significant repairs to restore the system. 47 1 Failure/Crisis: Significant damage (>50%) including metal corrosion, wood deterioration, failed hardware, or broken glass such that the systems are no longer serving their intended function. Replacement of systems would be more cost effective than continuing to make all the needed repairs. Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Stainless Steel Partition/Railings 60 25 0 Brass/Aluminum/Steel Partitions/Railings 45 17 0 Prefinished Metal/Laminated Partitions 30 10 0 Composite Solid Surface Partitions 40 15 0 Lockers 25 8 0 C20 STAIRS C2010 STAIR CONSTUCTION Evaluation Includes: Structural framing systems for all stairs constructed for circulation from one level to the next, including the enclosure elements surrounding the stair. The stair must be at least 8 feet between levels. System includes exterior fire escapes meeting the 8 foot height requirements. Finishes are not part of the evaluation for this system. Rating: 5 Excellent: Very minor or isolated areas of cracking, settlement, sagging treads, or other obvious structural defects in the stairs observed. Since stair structures are generally protected from environmental degradation, a rating of 5 may be given regardless of age relative to service life for concrete or metal framed systems, provided the system meets all other requirements of this rating. 4 Good: The stairs are performing as intended with only minor, isolated settlement, sagging, or differential movement causing distress. Steps and landings may have minor cracking (<1/8" width). Some isolated floor leveling repairs may be necessary to accommodate floor finishes but structural repairs ( provide additional support to portions of the stairs) are not recommended. 3 Fair: Stairs may have minor settlement, sagging, creaking, or bouncing, differential movement, surface distress, etc. The structural integrity is not impaired. Some repairs may be necessary including isolated structural repairs ( provide additional support to portions of the landings, replacement of isolated steps). Repair to tread surfaces may be required. 2 Poor: Stairs show obvious evidence of settlement, sagging, differential movement, cracking and spalling, or significant distress. Structural repairs are recommended in several areas but the stairs will be structurally adequate after the repairs are made. 1 Failure/Crisis: Stairs show evidence of significant distress and may be unsafe. Similar types of defects as described for rating 2, but more extensive, such that repairs (vs. replacement) are probably not cost effective. 48 Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Steel Framed Interior 50 17 0 Steel Framed Exterior 30 10 0 Concrete 70 24 0 Wood 30 10 0 C2020 STAIRS FINISHES Evaluation Includes: Finishes associated with the stair systems, including: stair tread and landing surface treatments; wall and ceiling finishes within the stair enclosure; and any railings or other associated hardware. Rating: 5 Excellent: Clean/crisp finishes. Stair, ceiling, and wall enclosure finishes have less than 5% defects (includes isolated cracking, peeling paint/vinyl, chalking paint, delaminating floor finishes, damaged ceiling tile and/or grid, damaged/scraped ceiling texture, etc.). Only routine maintenance required. 4 Good: Finishes are functioning as intended and have 5 to 10% defects. Finishes are typically in the first to middle third of their expected useful lives. 3 Fair: Finishes are in the middle to last third of their expected useful lives. Finishes deficiencies reported or observed vary between 10 and 25%. Isolated repairs of the finishes are recommended. Repair to tread surfaces may be required. 2 Poor: Finishes are extensively stained, damaged, faded, or peeling and visibly detracts from the appearance on substantial sections of the stairs (25 to 50%). Replacement of sections of the finishes is recommended to restore the appearance of the stairs and enclosure. 1 Failure/Crisis: Neglected finishes, deficiencies exceeding 50% of the finish surfaces. Complete replacement is more cost effective than attempting to repair. Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Paint 6 2 0 Vinyl Wall Covering 10 3 0 Carpet 14 4 0 Ceramic Tile/Terrazzo 40 14 0 Vinyl Sheet/Tile 20 7 0 Acoustical Ceiling Tile (Adhered or Suspended Ceiling) 20 7 0 Brass/Aluminum/Steel Railings 45 17 0 C30 - INTERIOR FINISHES C3010 WALLS Evaluation Includes: Finishes applied to wall surfaces, not the structural wall system/elements. 49 Rating: 5 Excellent: Clean/crisp finishes. Wall finishes have less than 5% defects (includes isolated cracking, peeling paint/vinyl, chalking paint, damaged ceramic tile, etc.). Only routine maintenance required. 4 Good: Finishes are functioning as intended and have 5 to 10% defects. Finishes are typically in the first to middle third of their expected useful lives. 3 Fair: Finishes are in the middle to last third of their expected useful lives. Finishes deficiencies reported or observed vary between 10 and 25%. Isolated repairs of the finishes are recommended. 2 Poor: Finishes are extensively stained, damaged, faded, or peeling and visibly detracts from the appearance on substantial sections of the walls. Replacement of sections of the finishes is recommended to restore the appearance of the wall. 1 Failure/Crisis: Neglected finishes, deficiencies exceeding 50% of the finish surfaces. Complete replacement is more cost effective than attempting to repair. Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Paint 6 2 0 Vinyl Wall Covering 10 3 0 Varnished/Stained Woodwork 20 7 0 Ceramic Tile 50 17 0 Acoustical Tile (Adhered) 10 3 0 Original Factory Finish Same as Wall Type Wall Carpet 10 3 0 C3020 FLOORS Evaluation Includes: Finishes applied to floor surfaces, not the structural floor system/elements. Rating: 5 Excellent: Clean/crisp finishes. Floor finishes have less than 5% defects (includes isolated cracking or chipping, loss of adhesion of finish to substrate, de-bonding seams, surface raveling, etc.). Only routine maintenance required. 4 Good: Finishes are functioning as intended and have 5 to 10% defects. Finishes are typically in the first to middle third of their expected useful lives. 3 Fair: Finishes are in the middle to last third of their expected useful lives. Finish deficiencies reported or observed vary between 10 and 25%. Isolated repairs of the finishes are recommended. 2 Poor: Finishes are extensively damaged, faded, permanently stained, or peeling and visibly detracts from the appearance on substantial sections of the floors. Deficiencies are between 25 and 50%. 50 1 Failure/Crisis: Neglected finishes, deficiencies exceeding 50% of the finish surfaces. Complete replacement is more cost effective than attempting to repair. Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Paint of Coating On Concrete 6 2 0 Carpet 14 4 0 Ceramic Tile 40 14 0 Terrazzo or Polished Concrete 50 17 0 Finished Wood 40 15 0 Vinyl Sheet/Tile 20 7 0 C3030 CEILINGS Evaluation Includes: Finishes applied to ceiling surfaces, including suspension elements of suspended systems, but not the structural elements of the supporting structure to which the finish systems are attached. For open ceiling configurations, finishes are considered those applied directly to the underside of the overhead structure. Rating: 5 Excellent: Clean/crisp finishes. Ceiling finishes have less than 5% defects (includes scrapes and chips, broken/ cracked tile, marred or damaged suspended grid, loss of adhesion of finish to substrate, chalking or peeling paint, etc.). Only routine maintenance required. 4 Good: Finishes are functioning as intended and have 5 to 10% defects. Finishes are typically in the first to middle third of their expected useful lives. 3 Fair: Finishes are in the middle to last third of their expected useful lives. Finishes deficiencies reported or observed vary between 10 and 25%. Isolated repairs of the finishes are recommended. 2 Poor: Finishes are extensively stained, damaged, faded, or peeling and visibly detracts from the appearance on substantial sections of the ceilings (25 to 50%) Replacement of sections of the finishes is recommended to restore the appearance. 1 Failure/Crisis: Neglected finishes, deficiencies exceeding 50% of the finish surfaces. Complete replacement is more cost effective than attempting to repair. Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Paint 6 2 0 Acoustical Ceiling Tile (Adhered or Suspended) 20 7 0 51 D - SERVICES D10 - CONVEYING SYSTEMS D1010 ELEVATORS Enter the number of elevators in Quantity field on scoresheet. Enter type of elevator in the Notes field on scoresheet. Minimum Cab Size: 1991 and older: 47 x 69 1992 and newer: 60 x 80 Rating: 5 Excellent: Units reported and observed to be operating properly; no reported maintenance problems; no observed excessive hydraulic leaks or cable wear. Only routine maintenance required. 4 Good: Units reported and observed to be operating properly; some reported maintenance problems and minor repairs needed. 3 Fair: Some reported or observed excessive hydraulic leaks or cable wear; preventative maintenance not regularly performed on units. Elevator is still reliable but is starting to have more frequent maintenance requirements. 2 Poor: Units reported and observed to be functional, but controllers are obsolete; frequent reported maintenance problems and an increase in required repairs; and/or fire/life safety upgrades required at cabs, controls, pits, equipment rooms, etc. to meet code. Holed hydraulic shaft in ground corroded. Electrical system controller relays no longer in production. Cab does not meet minimum size requirements 1 Failure/Crisis: Units reportedly disabled and under repair. Major repair and/or required upgrade costs necessary. Cab does not meet minimum size requirements. Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years 35 15 0 D1013 PERSONNEL LIFTS Enter the number of lifts on the scoring sheet. Rating: 5 Excellent: Units reported and observed to be operating properly; no reported maintenance problems; no observed excessive hydraulic leaks. Only routine maintenance required. 4 Good: Units reported and observed to be operating properly; some reported maintenance problems and minor repairs needed. 52 3 Fair: Some reported or observed excessive hydraulic leaks; some reported problems with reliable operation without frequent maintenance/repairs. Preventative maintenance not regularly performed on units. 2 Poor: Units reported and observed to be functional, but obsolete and hard to find repair parts; frequent reported maintenance problems and an increase in required repairs; 1 Failure/Crisis: Units reportedly disabled and under repair. Major repair and/or required upgrade costs necessary. Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years 20 7 0 D20 PLUMBING D2010 PLUMBING FIXTURES Evaluation Includes: Toilets; Urinals; Sinks; Lavatories; Drinking Fountains; Electric Water Coolers; Showers; Bathtubs; etc. For educational facilities, when present, this group of systems is considered to cover 100 percent of the facility. For administration facilities and the office portion of warehouse/transportation facilities enter the square footage containing interior finishes (not just the area with plumbing fixtures). Rating: 5 Excellent: Only isolated damage or staining noted, system is functioning as intended. Only routine maintenance (< 5% defects) is required at isolated fixtures. 4 Good: Functional system and very minor damage or staining may be observed. Less than 10% defects such as water control valves requiring servicing due to leaks, sticking, staining, damage, reduced flow, etc. 3 Fair: Some damage or staining is present and major repairs and/or fixture replacement needed at up to 25% of fixtures. 2 Poor: Significant staining or discoloration present. Physical damage observed and units are marginally serviceable, but obsolete. Up to 50% of fixtures require replacement. 1 Failure/Crisis: Significant damage on a large percentage (> 50%) of the units. Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years 40 14 0 D2020 DOMESTIC WATER DISTRIBUTION Evaluation Includes: Piping & Valves for Potable Cold Water & Hot Water Systems from Municipality or Well; Boilers or Water Heaters. Refer to D3020 for Boiler/Water Heater Condition Rating Descriptions Rating: 53 5 Excellent: Less than 5% defects reported or observed, none of which represents major deficiencies affecting proper operation of systems. Only routine maintenance is required. Piping and equipment are typically in first 1/2 of service life. 4 Good: Typically 5% to 10% defects such as minor leaks reported or observed. Piping and equipment are typically in first or second 1/3 useful service life. 3 Fair: Piping systems with 10 to 25% defects reported or observed. Sections of copper or galvanized piping systems have minor corrosion inside and outside of pipes, and pipe connections or valves with infrequent leaks. Reports or observations of occasional pinholes in piping noted. 2 Poor: Piping generally in last 1/3 of service life and experiencing increased frequency of leaks. Copper or galvanized piping systems have significant corrosion with 25% to 50% of system defective. 1 - Failure/Crisis: Significant leak problems or systemic pinhole piping problems (> 50% of system) to the extent that it is not practical to continue repairing the system. Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Copper 50 17 0 Galvanized 40 14 0 CPVC 30 10 0 Polybutylene, Etc 20 7 0 D2030 SANITARY WASTE SYSTEM Evaluation Includes: Drain Lines; Vent Lines; Floor Drains; Clean-outs; Lift Stations; Septic System including Leach Field; etc. Rating: 5 Excellent: Less than 5% defects reported or observed. Lift stations are working as intended. Only routine maintenance is required. Piping systems are typically within first 1/2 of service life. 4 Good: Typically 5% to 10% defects such as minor leaks or clogging reported or observed. Piping typically is in first or second 1/3 of service life. 3 Fair: Piping systems with 10 to 25% defects reported or observed. Sections of cast iron piping systems have minor corrosion inside pipes or periodic clogging at changes in direction of piping, or infrequent leak problems. Piping is typically in second or last 1/3 of service life. 2 Poor: Piping generally in last 1/3 of service life and experiencing increased frequency of leaks. Cast iron piping has significant deterioration at 25% to 50% of system via corrosion or longitudinal cracks. Underground piping may be damaged from tree roots. Seeping is observed through pipe walls in several locations. 1 Failure/Crisis: Regular significant leaks or clogging of piping (> 50% of system), to the extent that it is not practical to continue repairing the system. 54 Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Municipal System Connections 50 17 0 Septic System Connections 30 10 0 On-Site Package Treatment System 30 10 0 Cast Iron Piping 50 17 0 PVC 30 10 D2040 BUILDING STORMWATER DRAINAGE Evaluation Includes: Roof Drain Lines and Overflow Drains and Area Storm Drains directly associated with Building. Drains with drain lines running through a soffit or parapet are not included in this category Site or Ground Storm Drains, Catch Basins, and Roof Gutters with Downspouts are not included in this category. Rating: 5 Excellent: Less than 5% defects reported or observed. Only routine maintenance is required. Piping is typically in first 1/2 of service life. 4 Good: Typically 5% to 10% defects such as minor leaks or clogging reported or observed, but generally fully operational. Piping is typically in first or second 1/3 of service life. 3 Fair: Piping systems with 10 to 25% defects reported or observed. Isolated sections of piping have minor cracks resulting in infrequent leaks, or periodic clogging. Piping typically is in second or last 1/3 of service life. 2 Poor: Piping generally in last 1/3 of service life and experiencing increased frequency of leaks or clogging. Piping has significant deterioration at 25% to 50% of system. Known leaks are in underground piping due to breaks in lines. 1 Failure/Crisis: Regular significant leaks or clogging of piping (> 50% of system), to the extent that it is not practical to continue repairing the system. Areas often affected by flooding and standing water. Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years 60 20 0 D30 HVAC D3010 ENERGY SUPPLY Evaluation Includes: Natural Gas Piping; Electric Feeders from Main Transformer to Building; Coal Transfer Equipment; etc. This is defined as the supply from the property line to building service entry point. Capacity is not to be considered. Rating: 5 Excellent: Minor defects less than 5% which do not affect its overall function. Only routine maintenance is required and systems are typically in first 1/2 of service life. Coal transfer equipment is in first 1/3 of service life. 55 4 Good: Generally 5% to 10% defects without resulting in discontinuation of energy supply. Equipment typically is in first or second 1/3 of service life. 3 Fair: Equipment in last 1/2 of useful service life. Coal transfer equipment is typically in second or last 1/3 of useful service life. Distribution components need replacement occasionally. 2 Poor: Final one-third of service life. Natural gas piping leaking or electrical feeders from utility service to the building requires frequent servicing and components wearing out regularly at an increasing rate. 1 Failure/Crisis: System is no longer serving its intended function and requires replacement. Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Electrical/Natural Gas Feeds 60 20 0 Coal Transfer Equipment 20 7 0 D3011 GEOTHERMAL HEATING / COOLING SUPPLY Evaluation Includes: Geothermal source for heat exchange to include in-ground wells, ponds, or ground fields, piping to and from heat sink, pumps, valves, and electrical control circuits (heat exchangers are covered under Distribution D3040). Note: Area entered on scoresheet shall represent the area served by these systems; may be a portion of the total building square footage. Rating: 5 Excellent: Less than 5% defects; no history of repairs to piping since installation. The operating and backup pumps are fully functional. The wells in open-loop system have no history of failure. The pond or ground field heat sink is well maintained. The capacity of the system is adequate for the space served. 4 Good: Less than 10% defects; only minimal (1 or 2) repairs to piping since installation. The operating and backup pumps are functional but have been repaired since installation. The wells in open-loop system have no history of failure. The pond or ground field heat sink is well maintained. The capacity of the system is adequate for the space served. 3 Fair: Up to 25% defects; greater than two repairs to piping since installation. The operating pump is functional but has been repaired since installation. A backup pump is not installed. At least one well in open-loop system has failed since installation. The pond or ground field heat sink is not well maintained. The capacity of the system is marginal for the space served. 2 Poor: Up to 50% defects; several (more than 2) repairs to piping since installation. The operating pump is functional but requires frequent maintenance. No backup pump installed. More than one well in open-loop system has failed since installation. The pond or ground field heat sink is in Poor condition. The capacity of the system is not adequate for the space served. 1 Failure/Crisis: More than 50% defects; frequent and on-going repairs to piping. The operating pump is not functional. No backup pump installed or the backup pump is not functional. More than 25% of the wells in open-loop system have failed since installation. The pond or ground field heat sink is in Poor condition. The capacity of the system is not adequate for the space served. 56 Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Wells 50 17 0 Circulation Piping Plastic 30 13 0 Pumps 25 7 0 Controls 30 10 D3020 CENTRAL PLANT - HEATING Evaluation Includes: Boilers; Water Heaters used for Heating Systems; Domestic boilers. Domestic, potable water heaters are not included. Note: Area entered on scoresheet shall represent the area served by these systems; may be a portion of the total building square footage. A rating of 5 may only be achieved if a water treatment system is in place and functional. Rating: 5 Excellent: Less than 5% defects, none of which represent major deficiencies affecting proper operation of the equipment. No reported or observed rusting or corrosion; relief valves reportedly function properly. Water treatment provided for boilers. Equipment is in the first 1/3 of service life. Only routine maintenance is required. 4 Good: Less than 10% defects, none of which represent major deficiencies affecting proper operation of the equipment. Only isolated, minor corrosion or leaks observed or reported. Equipment is in first or second 1/3 of service life. Equipment does not have a water treatment program. 3 Fair: Minor corrosion or vibration and some repairs needed. Equipment is typically in second or last 1/3 average of useful service life. Rusting or corrosion on boiler surface and fittings observed, possibly with minor leaks. Minimal or no preventative maintenance reportedly performed on unit. Equipment such as unit relief valve(s) not tested regularly as required by code. Boiler tubes reportedly never inspected or boiler seldom tuned up. 2 Poor: Significant corrosion or vibration with evidence of water leaks. Units shut down periodically requiring repairs. Final 1/3 of service life. Tubes or refractory in Poor condition. 1 Failure/Crisis: Does not work reliably and is generally not considered repairable. Severe rusting and corrosion on boiler surface and fittings observed. No preventative maintenance reportedly performed on unit. Water treatment program not in place for a majority of service life. Major corrosion and leaks are present. Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Boilers 40 14 0 Water Heaters 15 5 0 High Efficiency Boilers 20 7 0 D3030 CENTRAL PLANT - COOLING Evaluation Includes: Central Chillers; Cooling Towers. 57 Note: Area entered on scoresheet shall represent the area served by these systems; may be a portion of the total building square footage. A rating of 5 may only be achieved if a water treatment system is in place and functional. Rating: 5 Excellent: Less than 5% defects, none of which represent major deficiencies affecting proper operation of the equipment. Only isolated, minor vibrations, unexpected noises, or leaks observed or reported. Only isolated, limited dirt, debris, or corrosion on coils of air-cooled units or inside tubes of water-cooled units observed or reported. Only isolated, limited fan-motor vibration or rust observed at cooling tower basin or other components. Systems are within first 1/3 of service life. Only routine maintenance is required and a water treatment program is in place. 4 Good: Less than 10% defects, none of which represent major deficiencies affecting proper operation of the equipment. Only isolated, minor corrosion or leaks observed/reported. Equipment is in first or second 1/3 of service life. Equipment does not have a water treatment program. 3 Fair: Minor to moderate corrosion or vibration and some repairs needed (10 to 25%). Equipment is typically in second or last 1/3 average useful service life. Chiller tubes require cleaning with only minimal number of tubes plugged. Minimal or no preventative maintenance reportedly performed on equipment. No overhaul of chillers or inspection of tubes performed in past 10 to 15 years. Cooling tower is showing signs of corrosion. 2 Poor: Chillers are not tight, thus may leak some refrigerant or air. Significant vibration, noise and/or corrosion with major repairs needed, but operational. Final 1/3 of service life. Numerous water tubes plugged at chiller. Minor leaks and/or deteriorated fill at cooling tower. Excess makeup water added to cooling tower. 1 Failure/Crisis: Will not operate for extended periods as required. Units reported to have many problems including significant observed or reported leaks. Unit is vibrating continuously while running audibly noisy. Major costs required to repair or overhaul units. Cooling tower basin or other components are rusting badly and leaking severely. Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Chiller 30 10 0 Cooling Tower: Metal, Concrete, Wood and/or Fiberglass 20 7 0 Cooling Tower: Stainless Steel and/or Transite 30 70 0 D3040 CENTRAL PLANT DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS Evaluation Includes: Space Heating Equipment (terminal units); Cooling Piping Air-Handling Equipment & Ductwork. Note: Area entered on the scoresheet shall represent the portion of the building served by the central plant systems; may be a portion of the total building square footage. Rating: 5 Excellent: Less than 5% defects, none of which represent major deficiencies affecting proper operation of the equipment or piping. Full flow of air or water throughout system, with no detectable restrictions. Only isolated, minor 58 vibration, unexpected noises, corrosion, or air/water leaks observed or reported. Systems are within first 1/3 of service life. Only routine maintenance is required and a water treatment system is in place. 4 Good: Less than 10% defects, none of which represent major deficiencies affecting proper operation of the equipment. Equipment is in first or second 1/3 of service life. Piping and Air Distribution systems provide reliable cooling and/or heating to building. If water treatment system is not in place, system must be in first 1/3 of life. 3 Fair: Minor corrosion or vibration and some repairs needed. Up to 25% of system with reported or observed maintenance problems at AHUs, electric strip heaters, gas heaters, supply air diffusers, VAV boxes, pumps/motors, etc. Equipment is typically in second or last 1/3 of useful service life. Periodic isolated system leaks reported. Generally, system is within second or last 1/3 of useful service life. 2 Poor: Frequent/ increasing number of piping leaks. Significant corrosion or vibration with evidence of water leaks at equipment. Air-Handling Units shut down periodically requiring repairs. Up to 50% of system experiencing chronic problems and system is in final 1/3 of service life. Restricted water flow reported at piping. 1 Failure/Crisis: Regular significant leaks or pipe restrictions (> 50% of system), to the extent that it is not practical to continue repairing the system. Ductwork rusted out resulting in holes. Air-Handling equipment either does not work or experiences frequent problems including continuous vibration and audible noise during operation. Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Supply Air Ductwork (Galvanized Fiberglass, Flex) 60 20 0 Air-Handling Units 35 12 0 Fan-Coil Units (Floor or Ceiling Mounted) 30 10 0 Space Heating or Cooling Piping: Copper 50 17 0 Space Heating or Cooling Piping: Galvanized 40 14 0 Space Heating or Cooling Pumps 25 8 0 D3041 VEHICULAR EXHAUST SYSTEMS Evaluation Includes: Air-Handling/Exhaust Equipment & Ductwork. Note: Area entered on scoresheet shall represent the area served by these systems; may be a portion of the total building square footage. Rating: 5 Excellent: Less than 5% defects, none of which represent major deficiencies affecting proper operation of the equipment. Only isolated, minor vibration, unexpected noises, corrosion, or air leaks observed or reported. Systems are within first 1/3 of service life. Only routine maintenance is required. 4 Good: Less than 10% defects, none of which represent major deficiencies affecting proper operation of the equipment. Equipment is in first or second 1/3 of service life. 59 3 Fair: Minor corrosion or vibration and some repairs needed. Up to 25% of system reported or observed to be experiencing maintenance problems or minor to moderate defects. Fans may require minor balancing. Equipment is typically in second or last 1/3 average useful service life. 2 Poor: Significant corrosion or vibration. Equipment shuts down periodically requiring repairs. System is in final 1/3 of service life. 1 Failure/Crisis: Ductwork rusted out resulting in holes. Equipment either does not work or experiences frequent problems including continuous vibration and audible noise during operation. Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Supply Air Ductwork (Galvanized, Fiberglass, Flex) 50 20 0 Air-Handling Units/Exhaust Fans 35 12 0 D3050 SPLIT SYSTEMS/FORCED AIR FURNACE /PACKAGE UNITS Evaluation Includes: Rooftop Package Units, Forced Air Furnaces, and/or Split-System DX Units providing heating, cooling, or both; includes ductwork associated with the units. Note: Area entered on scoresheet shall represent the area served by these systems; may be a portion of the total building square footage. Rating: 5 Excellent: Less than 5% defects, none of which represent major deficiencies affecting proper operation of the equipment or piping. Full flow of air throughout system has no detectable restrictions. Only isolated, minor vibration, minor unexpected noises, minor corrosion, or leaks observed or reported. Only routine maintenance is required and systems are within first 1/3 of service life. 4 Good: Less than 10% defects, none of which represent major deficiencies affecting proper operation of the equipment. Only isolated, minor corrosion or leaks observed or reported. Equipment is in first or second 1/3 useful service life. Units provide reliable cooling and/or heating to building. 3 Fair: Minor corrosion or vibration and some repairs needed. Up to 25% of system reported or observed to be experiencing maintenance problems or minor to moderate defects. Fans may require minor balancing. Equipment is typically in second or last 1/3 average useful service life. Infrequent leaks at condensate drain pans and equipment requires routine cleaning. 2 Poor: Frequent/ increasing number of leaks. Equipment is no longer capable of cooling or heating spaces reliably. Significant corrosion or vibration at equipment with periodic shut downs requiring repairs. Up to 50% of system experiencing chronic problems. Final 1/3 of service life. 1 Failure/Crisis: Regular significant problems (> 50% of system), to the extent that it is not practical to continue repairing the system. Ductwork rusted out resulting in holes. Air-Handling equipment does not work, is unreliable, or experiences frequent significant problems including vibration. 60 Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Split System Condensing Unit/Heat Pump 20 7 0 Forced Air Furnace 20 7 0 Packaged Rooftop Unit 30 10 0 D3053 SWAMP COOLERS/WINDOW UNITS Evaluation Includes: Swamp (evaporative) coolers, window units, and through-wall type ( PTAC) units. Must be permanently mounted and wired to be evaluated. Plug-in, portable units are not to be included. Note: Area entered on scoresheet shall represent the area served by these systems; may be a portion of the total building square footage. Rating: 5 Excellent: Less than 5% defects, none of which represent major deficiencies affecting proper operation of the equipment or piping. Full flow of air throughout system has no detectable restrictions. Only isolated, minor vibration, unexpected noises, corrosion, or leaks observed or reported. Only routine maintenance is required and systems are with first 1/3 of service life. 4 Good: Less than 10% defects, none of which represent major deficiencies affecting proper operation of the equipment. Only isolated, minor corrosion or leaks observed or reported. Equipment is in first or second 1/3 useful service life. Units provide reliable cooling to building. 3 Fair: Minor to moderate corrosion or vibration and some repairs needed. Up to 25% of system reported or observed to be experiencing maintenance problems or minor to moderate defects. Fans may require minor balancing. Equipment is typically in second or last 1/3 average useful service life. Infrequent leaks at condensate drain pans and equipment requires routine cleaning. 2 Poor: Frequent/ increasing number of leaks. Equipment is no longer capable of cooling spaces reliably. Significant corrosion or vibration at equipment and periodic shut downs requiring repairs. Up to 50% of system is experiencing chronic problems. Final 1/3 of service life. 1 Failure/Crisis: Regular significant problems (> 50% of system), to the extent that it is not practical to continue repairing the system. Ductwork rusted out resulting in holes. Equipment does not work, is unreliable, or experiences frequent significant problems including vibration. Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Swamp Cooler 15 5 0 PTAC Unit 10 3 0 Window Unit 7 2 0 D3060 CONTROLS Evaluation Includes: Thermostats; Temperature Sensors; Air Compressors and Dryers; Digital Energy Management Systems; etc. Note: Area entered on scoresheet shall represent the total building square footage. 61 Rating: 5 Excellent: Less than 5% defects, none of which represent major deficiencies affecting proper operation of the equipment or piping. Only isolated, infrequent air leaks in pneumatic system. Controls fully calibrated providing accurate control functions. Only routine maintenance is required. Systems are generally in first 1/3 of service life. 4 Good: Less than 10% defects, none of which represent major deficiencies affecting proper operation of the equipment. Only isolated, minor air leaks observed or reported in pneumatic system. Repair parts readily available and calibration maintained for control function. Equipment is in first or second 1/3 useful service life. Energy management system communicating reliably with local equipment controls. 3 Fair: Up to 25% of system experiencing minor defects such as inaccurate control of equipment or controls out of calibration. Controls typically in second or last 1/3 average useful service life. Control components requiring replacement occasionally. Air leaks reported, observed, or suspected in pneumatic tubing throughout the building or at thermostats. No oil contamination of pneumatic system is reported or observed. Reported or observed widespread, systemic problem of a single control for multiple rooms causing control issues. 2 Poor: Frequent/ increasing number of pneumatic air leaks at pneumatic tubing throughout building or at thermostats. Pneumatic air system functional, but contaminated with oil resulting in damage to some controls. Air compressor operates excessively ( typically more than 3 minutes at a time). Repair parts are difficult to find or are obsolete. Up to 50% of system is experiencing chronic problems. Equipment in final 1/3 of service life. 1 Failure/Crisis: Regular significant problems (> 50% of system), to the extent that it is not practical to continue repairing the system. Thermostats are failing at an increasing rate. Pneumatic air system has widespread oil contamination. Repair parts no longer available. Equipment is unreliable. Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Pneumatic air Compressor 25 8 0 Thermostats 20 7 0 Digital Controls Electronic Components 15 5 0 Digital Controls Wiring Systems 30 10 0 D40 - FIRE PROTECTION D4010 SPRINKLERS Evaluation Includes: Wet or Dry Fire Suppression Piping; Heads; Control Valves; Fire Pumps; Chemical Suppression Tanks. Note: Area entered on scoresheet shall represent the area served by these systems; may be a portion of the total building square footage. Rating: 5 Excellent: Less than 5% defects reported or observed. Sprinkler heads not damaged. System is within first 1/2 of service life. Only routine maintenance is required. 62 4 Good: Typically 5% to 10% defects such as minor leaks reported or observed. Piping is typically in first or second 1/3 useful service life. Sprinkler system passes regular inspections. For dry-pipe systems, no moisture is within piping or freezing of piping. 3 Fair: Piping systems with 10 to 25% defects reported or observed. Minor corrosion inside pipes, and pipe connections or valves with infrequent water or air leaks. Isolated pinhole leaks may be occurring. Piping is typically in second or last 1/3 average useful service life. System inspected, but not on a regular basis. 2 Poor: Piping in last 1/3 of service life and experiencing increased frequency of leaks. Piping system has significant corrosion resulting in 25% to 50% of system defective including at sprinkler heads, sections of piping, valves, etc. 1 Failure/Crisis: Significant leak problems (> 50% of system) to the extent that it is not practical to continue repairing the system. Sprinkler system may not be reliable or operational. Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Fire Protection 50 17 0 D4020 STANDPIPES Evaluation Includes: Vertical Pipe Risers with Valve Connections at Water Service Entrance. Note: A standpipe system is not connected to a sprinkler system. Hose cabinets not included in evaluation. Area entered on scoresheet shall represent area served by the standpipes; may be a portion of the total building square footage. Rating: 5 Excellent: Less than 5% defects reported or observed. Valve connections function properly. Only routine maintenance is required and system is within first 1/2 of service life. If system includes hose cabinets, only isolated, minor problems reported or observed. 4 Good: Typically 5% to 10% defects such as minor leaks reported or observed. Piping is typically in first or second 1/3 useful service life. For dry-pipe systems, no moisture is within piping or freezing of piping. 3 Fair: Piping systems with 10 to 25% defects reported or observed. Minor corrosion inside pipes, and pipe connections or valves have infrequent leaks when tested. Piping and valves typically in second or last 1/3 average useful service life. 2 Poor: Piping and valves in last 1/3 of service life and experiencing increased frequency of leaks. Piping system has significant corrosion resulting in 25% to 50% of system defective. 1 Failure/Crisis: Significant leak problems (> 50% of system) to the extent that it is not practical to continue repairing the system. Many control valves may be unreliable or inoperable. 63 Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Standpipes 50 17 0 D4030 ALARMS Evaluation Includes: Fire Alarm Control Panel; Strobes; Horns; Speakers; Pull Stations; Smoke or Duct Detectors. Note: Area entered on scoresheet shall represent area served by the alarm systems may be a portion of the total building square footage. Rating: 5 Excellent: Less than 5% defects reported or observed. System reportedly in compliance with code and inspected regularly. Only routine maintenance is required. System is fully operational and in first 1/3 of service life. No trouble alarms reported or observed at control panel. System meets minimum requirements (see next page). 4 Good: Typically 5% to 10% defects such as isolated/infrequent trouble alarms at auxiliary devices listed above. Controls including auxiliary devices typically in first or second 1/3 useful service life. Deficiencies are addressed promptly. System meets minimum requirements 3 Fair: Systems with 10 to 25% defects such as faulty auxiliary devices reported or observed. Periodic alarms due to malfunctioning of system. System not tested regularly. Smoke detectors and duct detectors requiring testing and cleaning. Controls typically in second or last 1/3 average useful service life. System meets minimum requirements. 2 Poor: System in last 1/3 of service life and experiencing increased frequency of alarms or failures at approximately 25% to 50% of system. Repair parts may be unavailable or increasingly difficult to obtain. System has not passed inspection or has not been regularly inspected within last 12 months, but meets remaining system requirements. 1 Failure/Crisis: Significant deficiencies (> 50% of system) to the extent that it is not practical to continue repairing the system. System is unreliable or is not operational and repair parts are not available. System does not meet minimum system requirements. Minimum System Requirements: 1. Pull stations at every major or primary exit door. 2. Smoke detectors in public areas. 3. Must have passed inspection within last 12 months Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Fire Alarm System 25 8 0 D50 ELECTRICAL D5010 SERVICE AND DISTRIBUTION Evaluation Includes: Main Switchboard; Distribution Breaker Panels; Disconnect Switches; Transformers; Wiring; Devices. 64 Notes: Area entered on scoresheet shall represent the total building square footage. Enter system AMPS, VOLTS, and PHASE in Notes field on the scoresheet. Rating: 5 Excellent: Less than 5% defects reported or observed and addressed promptly. System is reportedly in compliance with code at time of construction. Only routine maintenance is required. System is fully operational and in first 1/2 of service life. System provides reliable service. Copper wiring is throughout the building. Aluminum wiring may be installed at main feeders, sub-panel feeds, and services only. Equipment well ventilated to dissipate heat. 4 Good: Typically 5% to 10% defects such as tripping of breakers or isolated/infrequent minor problems. Equipment is typically in first or second 1/3 useful service life. Copper wiring is throughout the building. Aluminum wiring may be installed at main feeders, sub-panel feeds, and services only. Average ventilation provided for equipment. 3 Fair: Systems with 10 to 25% defects such as faulty breakers or switches. Some repair parts are difficult to obtain. Equipment is typically in second or last 1/3 average useful service life. Some equipment including switchgear and transformers may be overheating and require additional or supplemental ventilation. Copper wiring is throughout the building. Aluminum wiring may be installed at main feeders, sub-panel feeds, and services only. 2 Poor: System in last 1/3 of service life and experiencing increased problems at approximately 25% to 50% of system. Repair parts may be unavailable or increasingly difficult to obtain. Increased failure of electrical breakers on branch circuits. Wire connections at panels, etc. are excessively hot. System is predominately aluminum or cloth/woven wrapped wiring. Aluminum wire is used in branch circuits from the load distribution panels out to devices on branch circuit. 1 Failure/Crisis: Significant deficiencies (> 50% of system) to the extent that it is not practical to continue repairing the system. System unreliable and repair parts not available. Safety concerns with equipment. Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Switches and Breakers 40 14 0 Wiring (Copper) 60 20 0 Wiring (Aluminum or Cloth/Woven Covered) 40 14 0 D5020 INTERIOR LIGHTING Evaluation Includes: Light Fixtures and associated Controls. Note: Area entered on scoresheet shall represent the total building square footage. Rating: 5 Excellent: Less than 5% defects reported or observed. Only routine maintenance is required. System is fully operational and in first 1/3 of service life. System provides reliable service. 4 Good: Typically 5% to 10% defects. Equipment is typically in first or second 1/3 useful service life. 65 3 Fair: Systems with 10 to 25% defects. Some repair parts may be difficult to obtain. Equipment is typically in second or last 1/3 average useful service life. Fixtures may be showing signs of minor wear and tear due to normal aging. 2 Poor: System is in last 1/3 of service life and experiencing increased problems at approximately 25% to 50% of system. Repair parts may be unavailable or increasingly difficult to obtain. Increased occurrences of yellowing/staining or breakage of lenses in luminary. 1 Failure/Crisis: Significant deficiencies (> 50% of system) to the extent that it is not practical to continue repairing the system. System unreliable and repair parts not available. Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Fixtures 45 15 0 Lenses/Light Covers 30 10 0 D5030 COMMUNICATION/SECURITY Evaluation Includes: Telephone; Intercom; Security Equipment. Note: Area entered on scoresheet shall represent the total building square footage. RATING 5 Excellent: Less than 5% defects reported or observed and addressed promptly. Only routine maintenance is required. System is fully operational and in first 1/3 of service life. System provides reliable service. 4 Good: Typically 5% to 10% defects or isolated/infrequent minor problems. Equipment is typically in first or second 1/3 useful service life. Deficiencies are addressed promptly. 3 Fair: Systems with 10 to 25% defects. Some repair parts difficult to obtain. Testing of equipment performed infrequently. Equipment is typically in second or last 1/3 average useful service life. 2 Poor: System is in last 1/3 of service life and experiencing increased problems at approximately 25% to 50% of system. Repair parts may be unavailable or increasingly difficult to obtain. Increased failures of components are occurring. System seldom tested. 1 Failure/Crisis: Significant deficiencies (> 50% of system) to the extent that it is not practical to continue repairing the system. System unreliable and repair parts not available Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Public Announcement Systems 30 10 0 Security System (Cameras, Motion Detectors, Etc) 20 7 0 Permanent Wiring (VOIP, PA, Etc) 50 17 0 66 D5040 EMERGENCY POWER Evaluation Includes: Emergency Generator; Transfer Switch; Fuel Storage. Note: Area entered on scoresheet shall represent the total building square footage. Record size of generators (kW) in Notes field on scoresheet. Rating: 5 Excellent: Less than 5% defects reported or observed and addressed promptly. Only routine maintenance is required. System is fully operational and in first 1/3 of service life. System provides reliable service. 4 Good: Typically 5% to 10% defects or isolated/infrequent minor problems. Equipment is typically in first or second 1/3 useful service life. Deficiencies are addressed promptly. Full maintenance service is performed regularly and system run- tested several times a year. 3 Fair: System has 10 to 25% defects. Some repair parts difficult to obtain. Testing and service of equipment performed infrequently. Equipment is typically in second or last 1/3 average useful service life. 2 Poor: System is in last 1/3 of service life and experiencing increased problems at approximately 25% to 50% of system. Repair parts may be unavailable or increasingly difficult to obtain. Increased failure of components is occurring. System seldom tested. No regular maintenance performed. 1 Failure/Crisis: Significant deficiencies (> 50% of system) to the extent that it is not practical to continue repairing the system. System unreliable and repair parts not available. Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Emergency Power 35 12 0 E - EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS E10 EQUIPMENT E1020 INSTITUTIONAL EQUIPMENT Evaluation Includes: Paint Booths; Built-in Laboratory Equipment/Counters; Fume Hoods; Shop/Welding/Classroom Equipment; Broadcast Production Systems; Sound enhancement systems; Operable Library Stacks; Kilns; Wall-mounted pocket tables (non- multipurpose area). Systems must be permanently attached. If electrical systems are involved, it must be hardwired. Note: Area entered on scoresheet shall represent the total building square footage. Rating: 5 Excellent: Less than 5% defects reported or observed and systems provide reliable service. Only routine maintenance is required. Systems are fully operational and in first 1/3 of service life. 67 4 Good: Typically 5% to 10% defects reported or observed. Equipment is typically in first or second 1/3 useful service life. Systems are routinely inspected and addressed promptly. 3 Fair: Systems have 10 to 25% defects reported or observed. Systems are considered adequate yet isolated minor to moderate problems may require temporary shutdown of systems. Some repair parts may be difficult to obtain. While yet operational, minor functionality of electronic equipment may have been lost. Equipment is typically in second or last 1/3 average useful service life. 2 Poor: Systems are in last 1/3 of service life and experiencing increased problems at approximately 25% to 50% of system. Repair parts may be unavailable or increasingly difficult to obtain. Increased loss of functionality experienced with electronic equipment. 1 Failure/Crisis: Significant deficiencies (> 50% of system) to the extent that it is not practical to continue repairing the systems. Systems are unreliable and repair parts not available. Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Paint Booths 25 8 0 Laboratory Equipment/Fume Hoods 20 7 0 Hardwired Shop/Classroom Equipment 15 5 0 Broadcast Production Systems 20 7 0 Operable Library Stacks 25 8 0 Built In Cafeteria Tables 20 7 0 Sound Enhancement Systems 20 7 0 E1090 KITCHEN EQUIPMENT Evaluation Includes: Hardwired Ovens, Grills, Refrigerators, Freezers, Fryers, Hoods, and Dishwashers; and permanently mounted stainless steel sinks, countertops, rails, etc. Note: Area entered on scoresheet shall represent the total building square footage. Rating: 5 Excellent: Less than 5% defects reported or observed and systems provide reliable service. Only routine maintenance is required. Systems is fully operational and in first 1/3 of service life. 4 Good: Typically 5% to 10% defects reported or observed. Equipment is typically in first or second 1/3 useful service life. Systems routinely inspected and addressed promptly. 68 3 Fair: Systems with 10 to 25% defects reported or observed. Systems considered adequate yet isolated minor to moderate problems may require temporary shutdown of systems. Some repair parts may be difficult to obtain. Equipment is typically in second or last 1/3 average useful service life. 2 Poor: System in last 1/3 of service life and experiencing increased problems at approximately 25% to 50% of system. Repair parts may be unavailable or increasingly difficult to obtain. 1 Failure/Crisis: Significant deficiencies (> 50% of system) to the extent that it is not practical to continue repairing the system. System unreliable and repair parts not available. Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Equipment 25 8 0 Stainless Steel Counters/Sinks/Rails 40 17 0 E20 FURNISHINGS E2010 FIXED FURNISHINGS Evaluation Includes: Built-in Cabinetry and Displays; Casework; Millwork. Note: Area entered on scoresheet shall represent the total building square footage. Rating: 5 Excellent: Clean/crisp finishes with less than 5% defects reported or observed. Countertops and cabinetry are securely attached and serve intended function. Only routine maintenance is required. Systems are in first 1/2 of service life. 4 Good: Systems are functioning as intended and have 5% to 10% defects (nicks, scrapes, chipped laminates, missing/damaged hardware or shelf supports, etc. reported or observed. Systems are typically in first or second 1/3 of service life. 3 Fair: Systems with 10 to 25% defects reported or observed. Systems considered adequate yet isolated minor to moderate problems may require repairs. Isolated repairs to finishes are recommended. Systems are typically in second or last 1/3 of service life. 2 Poor: Finishes are extensively stained, damaged, faded, or peeling at approximately 25 to 50% of the system. Repairs may be required but when completed, restores the functionality of the systems. 1 Failure/Crisis: Significant deficiencies (> 50% of system) to the extent that it is not practical to continue repairing the system. System components may not be structurally sound and finish deficiencies exceed 50% of the finish surface. 69 Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Elementary School Furnishings 35 12 0 Junior High School Furnishings 30 10 0 High School Furnishings 25 8 0 Office Furnishings 35 12 0 F - SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION For administration and transportation facilities, if the spaces no longer function as originally intended, they should be judged per their current use. F10 - SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION F1010 GREENHOUSES/ AQUACULTURE Greenhouse Note: System needs to have the majority of the components necessary to be a greenhouse including irrigation and drainage systems. A sun-room is not considered a greenhouse Additional Notes: Area entered on scoresheet shall represent area served by these systems; may be a portion of the total building square footage. Rating: 5 Excellent: Only isolated, minor deficiencies are observed (0-5%). No obvious signs of differential movement, structural distress, or equipment problems. Systems are fully operational. Structural systems are in first 1/2 of service life; equipment is generally in first 1/3 of service life. 4 Good: Typically 5% to 10% defects reported or observed. Structural systems may have minor, isolated deficiencies but not affecting performance of system. Systems are typically in first or second 1/3 useful service life. Systems routinely inspected and addressed promptly. 3 Fair: Systems with 10 to 25% defects reported or observed. Systems considered adequate yet isolated minor to moderate problems may require temporary shutdown of systems. Some repair parts may be difficult to obtain. Equipment is typically in second or last 1/3 average useful service life. Structure may have minor settlement, differential movement, surface distress of structural members, etc. but integrity is not impaired. One or two limited structural repairs may be required. 2 Poor: System is in last 1/3 of service life and experiencing increased problems at approximately 25% to 50% of system. Repair parts may be unavailable or increasingly difficult to obtain. Structural systems may have moderate levels of corrosion, settlement, distress, etc. requiring repairs. Once repairs are completed, the structural integrity of the systems will be restored. 1 Failure/Crisis: Significant deficiencies (> 50% of system) to the extent that it is not practical to continue repairing the system. System unreliable and repair parts not available. 70 Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Aquaculture Facilities 15 5 0 Greenhouse Facilities 15 5 F1021 GYMNASIUMS Evaluation Includes: Interior components associated with a Gymnasium including wall, floor, and ceiling finishes; lighting systems; sound systems; seating systems; and any associated locker rooms (finishes, fixtures, institutional equipment, etc.). Note: ADA issues are not part of this evaluation. Area entered on scoresheet shall represent the area served; may be a portion of the total building square footage. Refer to the appropriate sections to evaluate the components as necessary to come up with a single rating for the entire integrated system. Rating: 5 Excellent: For the integrated system, less than 5% defects reported or observed and systems provide reliable service. Only routine maintenance is required. Systems are fully operational and in first 1/3 of service life. 4 Good: Typically 5% to 10% defects reported or observed. Equipment is typically in first or second 1/3 useful service life. Systems routinely inspected and addressed promptly. 3 Fair: Systems with 10 to 25% defects reported or observed. Systems considered adequate yet isolated minor to moderate problems may require temporary shutdown of systems. Some repair parts may be difficult to obtain. While yet operational, minor functionality of electronic equipment may have been lost. Equipment is typically in second or last 1/3 average useful service life. 2 Poor: System in last 1/3 of service life and experiencing increased problems at approximately 25% to 50% of system. Repair parts may be unavailable or increasingly difficult to obtain. Increased loss of functionality experienced with electronic equipment. 1 Failure/ Crisis: Significant deficiencies (> 50% of system) to the extent that it is not practical to continue repairing the system. System unreliable and repair parts not available. F1022 AUDITORIUM Evaluation Includes: All interior components associated with an Auditorium including wall, floor, and ceiling finishes; lighting systems; sound systems; seating systems; and stage handling equipment. Note: ADA issues are not part of this evaluation. Area entered on scoresheet shall represent the area served; may be a portion of the total building square footage. Refer to the appropriate sections to evaluate the components as necessary to come up with a single rating for the entire integrated system. 71 Rating: 5 Excellent: For the integrated system, less than 5% defects reported or observed and systems provide reliable service. Only routine maintenance is required. Systems are fully operational and in first 1/3 of service life. 4 Good: Typically 5% to 10% defects reported or observed. Equipment is typically in first or second 1/3 useful service life. Systems routinely inspected and addressed promptly. 3 Fair: Systems with 10 to 25% defects reported or observed. Systems considered adequate yet isolated minor to moderate problems may require temporary shutdown of systems. Some repair parts may be difficult to obtain. While yet operational, minor functionality of electronic equipment may have been lost. Equipment is typically in second or last 1/3 average useful service life. 2 Poor: System in last 1/3 of service life and experiencing increased problems at approximately 25% to 50% of system. Repair parts may be unavailable or increasingly difficult to obtain. Increased loss of functionality experienced with electronic equipment. 1 Failure/Crisis: Significant deficiencies (> 50% of system) to the extent that it is not practical to continue repairing the system. System unreliable and repair parts not available. F1023 MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM Room Definition A single room that may be used as a combination of two or more of the following: gymnasium, auditorium, permanent cafeteria seating. It includes all interior components including wall, floor, and ceiling finishes; lighting systems; sound systems; seating systems; specialty equipment, and stage handling equipment. Note: ADA issues are not part of this evaluation. Area entered on scoresheet shall represent the area served; may be a portion of the total building square footage. Rating: 5 Excellent: For the integrated system, less than 5% defects reported or observed and systems provide reliable service. Only routine maintenance is required. Systems are fully operational and in first 1/3 of service life. 4 Good: Typically 5% to 10% defects reported or observed. Equipment is typically in first or second 1/3 useful service life. Systems routinely inspected and addressed promptly. 3 Fair: Systems with 10 to 25% defects reported or observed. Systems considered adequate yet isolated minor to moderate problems may require temporary shutdown of systems. Some repair parts may be difficult to obtain. While yet operational, minor functionality of electronic equipment may have been lost. Equipment is typically in second or last 1/3 average useful service life. 2 Poor: System in last 1/3 of service life and experiencing increased problems at approximately 25% to 50% of system. Repair parts may be unavailable or increasingly difficult to obtain. Increased loss of functionality experienced with electronic equipment. 72 1 Failure/Crisis: Significant deficiencies (> 50% of system) to the extent that it is not practical to continue repairing the system. System unreliable and repair parts not available. NOTE: Refer to the appropriate sections to evaluate the components as necessary to come up with a single rating for the entire integrated system. F1024 PLANETARIUMS Evaluation Includes: All interior components associated with a Planetarium including wall, floor, and ceiling finishes; lighting systems; sound systems; and seating systems. Note: ADA issues are not part of this evaluation. Area entered on scoresheet shall represent the area served; may be a portion of the total building square footage. Rating: 5 Excellent: For the integrated system, less than 5% defects reported or observed and systems provide reliable service. Only routine maintenance is required. Systems are fully operational and in first 1/3 of service life. 4 Good: Typically 5% to 10% defects reported or observed. Equipment is typically in first or second 1/3 useful service life. Systems routinely inspected and addressed promptly. 3 Fair: Systems with 10 to 25% defects reported or observed. Systems considered adequate yet isolated minor to moderate problems may require temporary shutdown of systems. Some repair parts may be difficult to obtain. While yet operational, minor functionality of electronic equipment may have been lost. Equipment is typically in second or last 1/3 average useful service life. 2 Poor: System in last 1/3 of service life and experiencing increased problems at approximately 25% to 50% of system. Repair parts may be unavailable or increasingly difficult to obtain. Increased loss of functionality experienced with electronic equipment. 1 Failure/Crisis: Significant deficiencies (> 50% of system) to the extent that it is not practical to continue repairing the system. System unreliable and repair parts not available. Note: Refer to the appropriate sections to evaluate the components as necessary to come up with a single rating for the entire integrated system. F1040 AQUATIC FACILITIES Evaluation Includes: All interior components associated with an aquatic facility including wall, floor, and ceiling finishes; lighting systems; sound systems; seating systems, specialty equipment, and any associated locker rooms. All items associated with the pool (pool structure and finishes, pool equipment, dehumidification system, etc.) shall also be considered. NOTE: ADA issues are not part of this evaluation. Area entered on scoresheet shall represent the area served; may be a portion of the total building square footage. 73 Rating: 5 Excellent: For the integrated system, less than 5% defects reported or observed and systems provide reliable service. Only routine maintenance is required. Systems are fully operational and in first 1/3 of service life. 4 Good: Typically 5% to 10% defects reported or observed. Equipment is typically in first or second 1/3 useful service life. Systems routinely inspected and addressed promptly. 3 Fair: Systems with 10 to 25% defects reported or observed. Systems considered adequate yet isolated minor to moderate problems may require temporary shutdown of systems. Some repair parts may be difficult to obtain. While yet operational, minor functionality of electronic equipment may have been lost. Equipment is typically in second or last 1/3 average useful service life. 2 Poor: System in last 1/3 of service life and experiencing increased problems at approximately 25% to 50% of system. Repair parts may be unavailable or increasingly difficult to obtain. Increased loss of functionality experienced with electronic equipment. 1 Failure/Crisis: Significant deficiencies (> 50% of system) to the extent that it is not practical to continue repairing the system. System unreliable and repair parts not available. Note: Refer to the appropriate sections to evaluate the components as necessary to come up with a single rating for the entire integrated system. F1111 AUTOMATIC BUS WASH BAY Evaluation Includes: Permanent equipment such as heaters, pumps, automatic wash systems including the door opener/closers. Door assemblies to be evaluated per Section B2030. This includes permanently mounted wand style washers if part of the installed system. Note: Area entered on scoresheet shall represent the area served; may be a portion of the total building square footage. Rating: 5 Excellent: Only isolated, minor deficiencies are observed (0-5%). No obvious signs of differential movement, structural distress, or equipment problems. Systems are fully operational. Drainage systems are in first 1/2 of service life; equipment is generally in first 1/3 of service life. 4 Good: Typically 5% to 10% defects reported or observed. Structural systems may have minor, isolated deficiencies but not affecting performance of system. Systems are typically in first or second 1/3 useful service life. Systems routinely inspected and addressed promptly. Wall surface finishes still generally resist water penetration. System has oil/water separator/trap that is functional. 3 Fair: Systems with 10 to 25% defects reported or observed. Systems considered adequate yet isolated minor to moderate problems may require temporary shutdown of systems. Some repair parts may be difficult to obtain. Equipment is typically in second or last 1/3 average useful service life. Portions of the wall surface finishes may no longer be resisting water penetration and isolated spall/damage to surrounding walls may be occurring. Drainage system missing oil/water separator/trap or oil/water separator/trap is no longer functional. 74 2 Poor: System is in last 1/3 of service life and experiencing increased problems at approximately 25% to 50% of system. Repair parts may be unavailable or increasingly difficult to obtain. Structural systems may have moderate levels of corrosion, settlement, distress, etc. requiring repairs. Wall surfaces are no longer resisting water penetration and moderate to significant spall/damage may be occurring. 1 Failure/Crisis: Significant deficiencies (> 50% of system) to the extent that it is not practical to continue repairing the system. System unreliable and repair parts not available. Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Water Heating System 20 7 0 Pumps, Circulation, Hand Sprayers 30 10 0 Automatic Wash System (Including Door Openers) 20 7 0 F1112 BUS WASH BAY PERMANENT WAND SYSTEM Evaluation Includes: Permanent equipment such as heaters, pumps, wands, etc. Must be a permanently mounted and dedicated system. Do not count separately if part of an automatic system. Note: Area entered on scoresheet shall represent the area served; may be a portion of the total building square footage. Rating: 5 Excellent: Only isolated, minor deficiencies are observed (0-5%). No obvious signs of differential movement, structural distress, or equipment problems. Systems are fully operational. Drainage systems are in first 1/2 of service life; equipment is generally in first 1/3 of service life. 4 Good: Typically 5% to 10% defects reported or observed. Structural systems may have minor, isolated deficiencies but not affecting performance of system. Systems are typically in first or second 1/3 useful service life. Systems routinely inspected and addressed promptly. Wall surface finishes still generally resist water penetration. System has oil/water separator/trap that is functional. 3 Fair: Systems with 10 to 25% defects reported or observed. Systems considered adequate yet isolated minor to moderate problems may require temporary shutdown of systems. Some repair parts may be difficult to obtain. Equipment is typically in second or last 1/3 average useful service life. Portions of the wall surface finishes may no longer be resisting water penetration and isolated spall/damage to surrounding walls may be occurring. Drainage system missing oil/water separator/trap or oil/water separator/trap is no longer functional. 2 Poor: System is in last 1/3 of service life and experiencing increased problems at approximately 25% to 50% of system. Repair parts may be unavailable or increasingly difficult to obtain. Structural systems may have moderate levels of corrosion, settlement, distress, etc. requiring repairs. Wall surfaces are no longer resisting water penetration and moderate to significant spall/damage may be occurring. 1 Failure/Crisis: Significant deficiencies (> 50% of system) to the extent that it is not practical to continue repairing the system. System unreliable and repair parts not available. 75 Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Water Heather System 25 8 0 F 1120 VEHICULAR LIFTS Evaluation Includes: Permanently mounted hydraulic/electric lifts, and the associated safety features. Enter number of lifts in Quantity field on scoresheet. Indicate capacity of each lift in Notes field on scoresheet. Rating: 5 Excellent: Only isolated, minor deficiencies are observed with equipment problems resulting in 5% or less down time. No obvious signs of differential movement, structural distress, or equipment problems. Lift systems and safety features are fully operational. Systems are in first 1/2 of service life; equipment is generally in first 1/3 of service life. 4 Good Minor deficiencies observed with equipment problems resulting in 5% to 10% reported downtime. All of safety features working with only minor line item part replacements necessary to make safety features functional. Lift systems are typically in first or second 1/3 useful service life. Systems routinely inspected and repairs addressed. 3 Fair: Lift systems and safety features experiencing equipment problems resulting in 10 to 25% reported downtime. Some repair parts may be difficult to obtain. Equipment is typically in second or last 1/3 of average useful service life. Safety features working with minor line item part replacements necessary to make safety features fully functional. 2 Poor: Lift system and safety features are in last 1/3 of service life and experiencing increased problems resulting in more than 25% to 50% downtime of system. Repair parts may be unavailable or increasingly difficult to obtain. Majority of safety features working. Full equipment functionality requires more than minor line item part replacements. 1 Failure/Crisis: Significant deficiencies and equipment problems resulting in greater than 50% downtime to the extent that it is not practical to continue repairing the system. System unreliable and repair parts difficult to obtain or not available. G SITE SYSTEMS G20 - SITE IMPROVEMENTS G2011 PAVEMENTS Evaluation Includes: Pavements for vehicle circulation and parking as well as associated curbs & gutters. Rating: 5 Excellent: Pavement deficiencies (isolated longitudinal/transverse cracking, limited alligator cracking without surface depressions, isolated minor potholes, etc.) are limited to 0-5% of the paving area. Gravel lots are smooth, compacted, and with sufficient gravel aggregate. Paving drainage appears adequate. Only routine maintenance is currently required. 76 4 Good: Pavement surfaces are generally in Good condition with reported or observed deficiencies between 5-10% of the roadway area. Curb & gutter are in Good condition with only isolated cracks, spalls, or faulting. Rutting or alligator cracking with surface depressions are observed or reported but considered isolated in pavements. Isolated repairs may have been previously completed. 3 Fair: Pavement surfaces are generally in average condition with higher occurrences of deficiencies (10 to 25% - potholes, alligator cracking, rutting, punch outs, faulting, and cracking, etc.) reported or observed. Multiple areas have been previously repaired. Limited or no visual evidence of seal-coat application observed on asphalt surfaces. Curb & gutter has more extensive cracking, spalls, or faulting. Some aggregate needed to restore gravel surfaces. 2 Poor: Extensive cracking, rutting and surface deterioration. Potholes and/or alligator cracked areas, punch outs, or faulting which currently need repair on up to 50% of the overall area. 1 Failure/Crisis: Pavement is so deteriorated that large scale demolition and replacement (or spot full-depth patching and overlay) would be more cost-effective than repairing all the damaged areas. Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Asphalt 20 7 0 Concrete 30 10 0 Masonry 20 7 0 Asphalt Sealcoat 5 2 0 Gravel / Dirt 10 3 0 G2030 SIDEWALKS Evaluation Includes: Concrete, Asphalt, Pavers, and other hardscapes immediately adjacent to building. Includes associated curbing if pavement is not owned/maintained by the facility. For large areas of paving/hardscapes located adjacent to building, evaluation only extends to a point 10 feet from perimeter of building. Rating: 5 Excellent Sidewalk deficiencies (isolated longitudinal/transverse cracking, minor surface spalling, and minor differential movement) are limited to 0-5% of the sidewalk area. No repairs are currently recommended. Only routine maintenance is currently required. 4 Good Sidewalk surfaces are generally in Good condition with reported or observed deficiencies between 5-10% of the area. Isolated repairs may have been previously completed or may currently be required for limited trip-fall hazards. 3 Fair Sidewalk surfaces are generally in average condition with higher occurrences of deficiencies (10 to 25% - spalls, cracks, differential movement, rutting of pavestones, faulting, etc.) reported or observed. Some areas have been previously repaired. Current trip-fall hazards are reported or observed that require repairs. 77 2 Poor Extensive cracking, spalling, differential movement, and faulting observed or reported on up to 50% of the overall area. Significant numbers of trip-fall hazards may exist. Widespread repairs are currently recommended 1 Failure/Crisis Sidewalks are so deteriorated that large scale demolition and replacement would be more cost- effective than repairing all the damaged areas. Condition Rating 5 4 3 2 1 Average Effective Remaining Life, Years Concrete 40 14 0 Asphalt 15 5 0 Brick, Paverstone 30 10 0 Exposed Aggregate Concrete 40 14 0 Wood 10 4 0 78 Attachment C Building Access/Contact Process A. RFP Vendor Access 1. Vendors will coordinate access to each location through the assigned Facility Manager (FM) Attachment FMs should be given a minimum of two (2) business days notice to coordinate availability. If the FM does not respond to a vendor within two (2) business days, the vendor should contact the Area Manager (AM). Primary Contact FM: Response time is two (2) business days from initial contact. Secondary AM: Response time is one (1) business day from initial contact. Tertiary Facility Condition Program Manager (FCPM): Response time is one (1) business day from initial contact. 2. Upon arrival, the vendor will call the FM. The vendor should be prepared with any floor plans that have been provided by the District. The FM will coordinate access to locked spaces and will be available for general questions only, however, vendors should be considerate of the FM s schedule. If the FM is not available to answer follow-up questions, the vendor should compile a list of questions and send to the FCPM. The FCPM will follow-up as needed and coordinate responses with the District s team. 3. Vendors that show up without scheduling a visit through the FM will be turned away. B. Awarded Vendor Once a vendor has been awarded, they must provide a detailed schedule that includes a start/end date and start/end times then begin coordination directly with the FM. The FM has two (2) business days to respond to the vendor s initial contact. If the FM does not respond within the allotted time, the vendor should contact the Area Manager. Primary Contact FM: Response time is two (2) business days from initial contact. Secondary AM: Response time is one (1) business day from initial contact. Tertiary FCPM: Response time is one (1) business day from initial contact. If the vendor requires access to the space before and/or after typical school hours (7:00am 3:00pm), the vendor should highlight such activity in the schedule so resources can be coordinated as needed. Upon arrival, the vendor will work with the FM who will coordinate access to all locked spaces. C. Data Verification Once the assessments have been completed, the vendor will coordinate interviews with the staff through the District s Asset Manager. The Asset Manager will assist in scheduling time with the individual shops and any maintenance staff. The Asset Manager will respond within one (1) business day. If the Asset Manager is not available, the vendor will contact the FCPM. 79 Attachment Building Access/Contact Process Request for Proposal 18-BS-Condition Assessment 66 Attachment D FTP Access Instructions Drawings, building list and other information can be accessed on the FTP site. Directions on how to access are as follows: 1. Log on to 2. The Authentication Required box will open a. Username: rfpFacVendor b. Password: 1WT2TnJH 3. Click Log In 4. All files available to the vendor will be listed in the folder. Click on the link to access documents. Notes: 1. All documents can be downloaded and printed, vendors are not allowed to create folders. 2. If vendor has trouble logging in and/or accessing the files, please contact Nat Collins-Matthews at 720-423-1864 or 81 Attachment E Photo Guide To ensure document consistency, we have also included a general outline that provides directional guidance for each team photographing the interior and exterior of all buildings. Interior: Areas to be photographed: Classrooms Hallways Restrooms Storage areas, maintenance rooms, closets, etc. Offices Lunchrooms Pool Areas Gyms Locker Rooms ADA Issues Mechanical Electrical Plumbing Utility Tunnels Where Accessible o In older schools, there are some MEP systems that are located in tunnels. Many are in confined spaces and require a permit to access. The Consultant should ensure these areas are identified and permits received prior to conducting the assessment. 360 photos should be taken of each room, along with an additional photo of the floor and ceiling. If there is an issue, defect within the space, the Consultant will also take a close-up photo. The close up photo should include some context and directional reference so the District s team can inspect and review further at a later date. Each photo must include: Building number Floor number Room number Location Exterior: Areas to be photographed: Exterior elevations of each building, modular and storage units, etc. Roofs Playgrounds and playground equipment Playfields and related amenities, including, but not limited to: dugouts, goal posts and backstops Sidewalks, including ramps & stairs Running tracks and artificial turf fields Bleachers Tennis courts Parking lots Handrails Area drains Site walls Exterior lighting Fences 82 Ada issues Historical plates identified on each If the Consultant is not able to get a full view of the building for an elevation photo, the District will accept an exterior rendering/drawing of the exterior. At the District s discretion, other areas within the property of the school may be added/removed from the list above. 83 Attachment F DPS Asset List B203402 DOOR, OVERHEAD ROLL-UP, POWERED B203902 DOOR, SWINGING, POWERED C102101 DOOR, FIRE, OVERHEAD, POWERED C102105 DOOR, SLIDING, POWERED C102106 SHUTTER, POWERED D101101 ELEVATOR, PASSENGER HYDRAULIC D101102 ELEVATOR, PASSENGER TRACTION D101201 ELEVATOR, FREIGHT HYDRAULIC D101202 ELEVATOR, FREIGHT TRACTION D101301 LIFT, ELECTRIC, STAGE SCREEN D101302 LIFT, HYDRAULIC D101303 LIFT, WHEELCHAIR D102101 ESCALATOR D109101 DUMBWAITER D109201 PNEUMATIC TUBE SYSTEM D201801 DRINKING FOUNTAINS D201901 EMERGENCY EYE WASH, SHOWER, AND COMBO STATIONS D202101 BACKFLOW PREVENTER - DOMESTIC COLD WATER D202202 WATER HEATER, ELECTRIC D202203 WATER HEATER, FUEL OIL D202204 WATER HEATER, NATURAL GAS D202205 WATER HEATER, SOLAR D202206 WATER HEATER, STEAM D202207 BACKFLOW PREVENTER - DOMESTIC HOT WATER D202208 WATER HEATER, TANKLESS INSTANTANEOUS D202301 PUMP, DOMESTIC WATER D203402 PUMP, SEWAGE EJECTION D204302 PUMP, SUMP D209201 PUMP, ACID D209202 PUMP, ACID WASTE D209401 POOL, SWIMMING D209901 PUMP, VACUUM, SINGLE D209902 TANKS AIR / REFRIGERANT / LP GAS D209903 TANKS, STORAGE D209904 VACUUM PUMP SYSTEM D209905 PUMP, GENERAL-USE D301101 TANK, FUEL OIL D301102 PUMP, FUEL OIL D301103 FILTER, FUEL OIL D301201 NATURAL GAS COMPRESSOR D302101 BOILER, NATURAL GAS/FUEL OIL D302102 ELECTRIC BOILER 84 D302104 BOILER, HEAT RECOVERY STEAM GENERATOR D302201 DEAERATOR TANK D302302 ECONOMIZER, BOILER D302303 FAN, BOILER DRAFT D303101 CHILLER, AIR-COOLED, PACKAGE D303102 CHILLER, AIR-COOLED, RECIPROCATING D303103 CHILLER, AIR-COOLED, SCREW D303104 CHILLER, WATER COOLED, SCREW D303105 CHILLER, WATER-COOLED, ABSORPTION D303106 CHILLER, WATER-COOLED, CENTRIFUGAL D303107 CHILLER, WATER-COOLED, RECIPROCATING D303109 COOLING TOWER D303111 COOLING TOWER, EVAPORATIVE D303112 COOLING TOWER, PROCESS D303113 PURGE UNITS, HIGH EFFICIENCY D303114 REFRIGERATION UNIT, WATER-COOLED D303201 CONDENSING UNIT D303202 CONDENSING UNIT, EVAPORATIVE D303203 CONDENSING UNIT, SPLIT D303204 CONDENSING UNIT, CRITICAL D303205 HEAT PUMP D303206 REFRIGERATION UNIT D303207 SPLIT SYSTEM, DUCTLESS D304002 DRIVE, STEAM TURBINE D304003 EXPANSION TANK D304004 PUMP, TURBINE WELL D304101 AIR HANDLING UNIT D304102 AIR HANDLING UNIT, COOLING-ONLY D304103 AIR HANDLING UNIT, DX COOLING, ELECTRIC HEAT D304104 AIR HANDLING UNIT, DX COOLING, GAS HEAT D304106 BLOWER COIL UNIT, DX COOLING, GAS HEAT D304107 BLOWER COIL UNIT, DX COOLING, ELECTRIC HEAT D304110 FAN D304111 FAN, AXIAL D304112 FAN, CENTRIFUGAL D304113 FAN, MIXED FLOW D304117 HEAT RECOVERY WHEEL D304201 EXHAUST FAN D304202 EXHAUST HOOD, FUME D304203 EXHAUST HOOD, KITCHEN D304204 EXHAUST SYSTEM, CHIMNEY D304205 FAN, AXIAL, FUME HOOD D304206 FAN, CENTRIFUGAL, FUME HOOD D304207 ACID SCRUBBER 85 D304302 VALVE, PRESSURE REDUCING D304303 CONDENSATE RETURN UNIT D304401 CHEMICAL FEEDER, HOT WATER D304402 CHEMICAL FEEDER, WATER TREATMENT D304403 HEAT EXCHANGER, SHELL AND TUBE D304404 PUMP, BOILER FEED WATER D304405 PUMP, HEATING HOT WATER D304406 SEPARATORS AND STRAINERS - HEATING HOT WATER D304407 BACKFLOW PREVENTER - HEATING HOT WATER D304502 CHEMICAL FEEDER, CHILLED / CONDENSER WATER D304503 FILTER SYSTEM, CHILLER D304504 HEAT EXCHANGER, PLATE AND FRAME D304505 PUMP, CHILLED WATER D304506 PUMP, CONDENSER WATER D304509 SEPARATORS AND STRAINERS - CHILLED WATER D304510 BACKFLOW PREVENTER - CHILLED WATER D304701 PUMP, ENERGY RECOVERY D304702 WATER TREATMENT, GLYCOL D305103 CONVECTORS, HYDRONIC D305104 FAN COIL UNIT, CEILING-MOUNTED D305105 FAN COIL UNIT, WALL-MOUNTED D305106 FURNACE D305107 AIR CONDITIONER, PACKAGE TERMINAL D305108 UNIT HEATER, CABINET D305109 UNIT HEATER, ELECTRICAL D305110 UNIT HEATER, FUEL OIL D305111 UNIT HEATER, HYDRONIC D305112 UNIT HEATER, INFRARED D305113 UNIT HEATER, GAS-FIRED D305114 AIR CONDITIONER, TERMINAL, WATER-COOLED D305201 AIR CONDITIONER, PACKAGE, COMPUTER D305202 PACKAGE HVAC UNIT, ELECTRIC HEAT D305203 PACKAGE HVAC UNIT, GAS HEAT D305204 PACKAGE HVAC UNIT, HEAT PUMP D306101 CONTROLS, BOILER D306201 CONTROLS, CHILLER D306301 HVAC CONTROLS, CONTROLLER D306302 HVAC CONTROLS, HEAT EXCHANGER D306303 HVAC CONTROLS, PNEUMATIC D306304 HVAC CONTROLS, SENSOR, AIR HANDLING UNIT D306701 VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE D306801 AIR COMPRESSOR, CENTRIFUGAL D306802 AIR COMPRESSOR, GAS ENGINE D306803 AIR COMPRESSOR, RECIPROCATING 86 D306804 AIR DRYER, AFTER COOLER AND SEPARATOR D306805 AIR DRYER, REFRIGERATED D306806 AIR-DRYER, DESICCANT D306807 AIR-DRYER, GLYCOL D306901 MONITORING SYSTEM, CO/NO2 D306902 MONITORING SYSTEM, REFRIGERANT LEAK D309201 DEHUMIDIFIER, DESICCANT WHEEL D309202 HUMIDIFIER, ELECTRIC D309203 HUMIDIFIER, STEAM INJECT D309204 DEHUMIDIFIER, NATURAL GAS D309301 DUST COLLECTOR D401101 FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM, WET-PIPE D401102 FLOW STATION, FIRE SUPPRESSION D401108 BACKFLOW PREVENTER - FIRE SUPPRESSION D401109 DOUBLE CHECK VALVE - FIRE SUPPRESSION D401201 PUMP, FIRE, DIESEL D401202 PUMP, FIRE, ELECTRIC D401203 PUMP, JOCKEY D401204 PUMP, FIRE, TURBINE D401301 FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM, DRY-PIPE D401302 FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM, PREACTION/DELUGE D402301 STANDPIPE, DRY D402302 STANDPIPE, WET D402401 FIRE HOSE D501101 BREAKER, HIGH VOLTAGE D501105 SWITCH, AIR D501106 SWITCH, BOLTED PRESSURE D501107 SWITCH, HV INTERRUPT D501108 SWITCH, OIL D501110 DISCONNECT, HIGH VOLTAGE D501111 SWITCHGEAR AND DISTRIBUTION PANEL ASSEMBLY, HIGH VOLTAGE D501112 GENERATOR, NATURAL GAS TURBINE D501203 DISTRIBUTION PANEL D501205 MOTOR CONTROL CENTER D501206 MOTOR CONTROLLER / MOTOR STARTER D501207 SUBSTATION D501208 SWITCHBOARD D501210 SWITCHGEAR AND DISTRIBUTION ASSEMBLY, MAIN D501211 TRANSFER SWITCH, AUTOMATIC D501212 TRANSFER SWITCH, MANUAL D501213 TRANSFORMER, PRIMARY, DRY D501214 TRANSFORMER, PRIMARY, OIL-FILLED D501215 TRANSFORMER, SECONDARY 87 D502201 LIGHTING DIMMER PANEL D503701 ANNUNCIATOR D503702 CENTRAL STATION RECEIVER AND COMMUNICATOR D503704 FIRE ALARM CONTROL PANEL D509201 BATTERY CHARGER D509202 BATTERY SYSTEM D509203 BATTERY SYSTEM, REMOTE , EXIT AND EGRESS D509208 EMERGENCY GENERATOR D509211 GENERATOR, PORTABLE D509212 POWER STABILIZER D509213 UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLY D509401 SURGE ARRESTOR D509402 POWER INVERTER D509403 PHOTOVOLTAIC POWER PANEL E103301 RAMP, ADJUSTABLE LOADING E103302 DOCK LEVELER E109320 FREEZER, WALK-IN E109333 REFRIGERATOR, WALK-IN G205703 BACKFLOW PREVENTER - IRRIGATION G301601 CHLORINATOR, WATER TREATMENT G301602 CHLORINE DETECTOR, WATER TREATMENT G301603 DISTILLED WATER SYSTEM G301604 FILTER SYSTEM, DRINKING WATER G301605 FILTER, HEATING/COOLING MEDIA WATER G301606 FLUORIDE SATURATOR, WATER TREATMENT G301607 HACH ANALYZER, WATER TREATMENT G301608 WATER SOFTENER, NON-SODIUM G301609 WATER SOFTENER, SODIUM EXCHANGE G301610 WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM, SURFACE TO POTABLE WATER, PLANT SCALE G301611 WATER TREATMENT, DEIONIZED WATER G301612 WATER TREATMENT, REVERSE OSMOSIS G302301 AERATOR, FLOATING G302302 BARMINUTOR G302303 BLOWER, AERATION G302304 CLARIFIER G302305 COMMINUTOR G302306 FILTER, TRICKLING G302307 GRIT DRIVE G302308 SEPTIC TANK G302309 SEWAGE MIXER G303301 SEDIMENT BASIN

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