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Program Type: Setting: Assessment Name: Assessment Date: Cost Set: Building Name: Building Address: Building City: Building Zipcode: Building Phone: Acreage: Current Grades: Teaching Stations: Number of Floors: Student Capacity: Current Enrollment: Enrollment Date:

Classroom Facilities Assessment Program Urban PB+3D/I (#1) 2001-04-23 Original Alfred A Benesch Elem 5393 Quincy Ave Cleveland 44104 216-431-4132 1 K-5 25 2 337 488 2000-04-23

Enrollment Date is the date in which the current enrollment was taken. Number of Classrooms: Historical Register Building's Principal: Building Type: Current Elementary Enrollment: Current Middle Enrollment: Current High Enrollment: Current Career Technical Enrollment: Next Page 24 NO Ms. Allene D. Warren Elementary

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GENERAL DESCRIPTION 42,133 Total Existing Square Footage 1977 Building Dates K-5 Grades 488 Current Enrollment 25 Teaching Stations 1 Site Acreage Alfred E. Benesch Elementary is a two story, 42,133 square foot brick school building located in an urban area. The existing facility does not use modular buildings. The structure of the overall facility is steel frame/load bearing masonry type of construction and load bearing wall construction in the interior. The floor system is slab on grade and poured concrete 2nd floor deck. The roof is a built up roof system installed in 1977. The classrooms are undersized to meet with the current standards established by the State of Ohio. The overall building is not compliant with ADA accessibility requirements. A motion detection type security system does exist in the school. The building does not have an automatic fire alarm system and sprinkler system. The ventilation system of the building is inadequate to meet the needs of the users. The school is located on a one acre site adjacent to a residential/commercial area. The property are not fenced for security. Access on to site is unrestricted. Site circulation is very poor. There is no dedicated space for school buses to load and unload on the site. Parking for staff, visitors and community events is very inadequate. The school does not have its own playground equipment. Currently the children use playground equipment located at an adjacent park.

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Name Year Handicapped Access Floors Square Feet Original 1977 no Previous Page Next Page 2 42,133

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Addition Original (1977)

Auditorium Corridors 9279

Agricultural Media Vocational Student Gymnasium Kitchen Natatorium Education Lab Center Space Dining 3528 Previous Page Next Page 1392 896

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Building Summary - Alfred A Benesch Elem (331)

District: Name: Cleveland City SD Alfred A Benesch Elem Cleveland, OH 44104 Bldg. IRN: 331 Current Grades: Proposed Grades: Current Enrollment: Projected Enrollment: K-5 Acreage: N/A Teaching Stations: 488 Classrooms: N/A 1 25 24 Cover Sheet 100 200 100 200 200 200 1000 39 109 44 137 69 118 516 39% 55% 44% 69% 35% 59% 52% Poor Borderline Poor Borderline Poor Borderline Borderline Section Points Possible Points Earned Percentage Rating Category County: Contact: Phone: Cuyahoga Ms. Allene D. Warren 216-431-4132 Area: Cleveland (8)

Address: 5393 Quincy Ave

Date Prepared: 2001-04-23 Date Revised: 2001-02-07 11:56:25 CEFPI Appraisal Summary

Addition Date HA Number of Floors Current Square Feet 1.0 The School Site Original 1977 no 2 42,133 2.0 Structural and Mechanical Features Total *HA *Rating = Handicapped Access =1 Satisfactory =2 Needs Repair =3 Needs Replacement *Const P/S = Present/Scheduled Construction FACILITY ASSESSMENT A. Heating System B. Roofing C. Ventilation / Air Conditioning D. Electrical Systems E. Plumbing and Fixtures F. Windows G. Structure: Foundation H. Structure: Walls and Chimneys I. Structure: Floors and Roofs J. General Finishes K. Interior Lighting L. Security Systems M. Emergency/Egress Lighting N. Fire Alarm O. Handicapped Access P. Site Condition Q. Sewage System R. Water Supply S. Exterior Doors T. Hazardous Material U. Life Safety V. Loose Furnishings W. Technology - X. Non-Construction Cost Total Rating 3 3 1 3 3 3 1 3 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 3 3 3 2 3 42,133 3.0 Plant Maintainability 4.0 Building Safety and Security 5.0 Educational Adequacy 6.0 Environment for Education Commentary Total Dollar C = Under Contract Assessment C $758,394.00 - Existing Square Feet $185,442.00 - Cost per Sq. Ft. $0.00 - Renovation Cost Factor Cost to Renovate (Cost Factor applied) $400,263.50 - Cost to Replace $414,031.00 - Renovate/Replace

42,133 Need Master Plan to calculate cost 100% $5,513,678.68 Need Master Plan to calculate cost

Need Master Plan to calculate cost $201,850.00 - This Assessment is not yet part of a Master Plan, so the Replacement cost has not been set. As a result, the $0.00 - Renovate/Replace ratio has also not been calculated. $331,023.00 $0.00 $622,032.65 $168,532.00 $63,199.50 $42,133.00 $56,879.55 $416,913.30 $95,550.00 $0.00 $0.00 $34,000.00 $141,536.00 $208,432.25 $168,532.00 $210,665.00 $994,269.93 $5,513,678.68 Previous Page

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Original (1977) Summary

District: Name: Cleveland City SD Alfred A Benesch Elem Cleveland, OH 44104 Bldg. IRN: 331 Current Grades: Proposed Grades: Current Enrollment: Projected Enrollment: K-5 Acreage: N/A Teaching Stations: 488 Classrooms: N/A 1 25 24 Cover Sheet 100 200 100 200 200 200 1000 39 109 44 137 69 118 516 39% 55% 44% 69% 35% 59% 52% Poor Borderline Poor Borderline Poor Borderline Borderline Section Points Possible Points Earned Percentage Rating Category County: Contact: Phone: Cuyahoga Ms. Allene D. Warren 216-431-4132 Area: Cleveland (8)

Address: 5393 Quincy Ave

Date Prepared: 2001-04-23 Date Revised: 2001-02-07 11:56:25 CEFPI Appraisal Summary

Addition Date HA Number of Floors Current Square Feet 1.0 The School Site Original 1977 no 2 42,133 2.0 Structural and Mechanical Features Total *HA *Rating = Handicapped Access =1 Satisfactory =2 Needs Repair =3 Needs Replacement *Const P/S = Present/Scheduled Construction FACILITY ASSESSMENT A. Heating System B. Roofing C. Ventilation / Air Conditioning D. Electrical Systems E. Plumbing and Fixtures F. Windows G. Structure: Foundation H. Structure: Walls and Chimneys I. Structure: Floors and Roofs J. General Finishes K. Interior Lighting L. Security Systems M. Emergency/Egress Lighting N. Fire Alarm O. Handicapped Access P. Site Condition Q. Sewage System R. Water Supply S. Exterior Doors T. Hazardous Material U. Life Safety V. Loose Furnishings W. Technology - X. Non-Construction Cost Total Rating 3 3 1 3 3 3 1 3 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 3 3 3 2 3 42,133 3.0 Plant Maintainability 4.0 Building Safety and Security 5.0 Educational Adequacy 6.0 Environment for Education Commentary Total Dollar C = Under Contract Assessment C $758,394.00 - Existing Square Feet $185,442.00 - Cost per Sq. Ft. $0.00 - Renovation Cost Factor Cost to Renovate (Cost Factor applied) $400,263.50 - Cost to Replace $414,031.00 - Renovate/Replace

42,133 Need Master Plan to calculate cost 100% $5,513,678.68 Need Master Plan to calculate cost

Need Master Plan to calculate cost $201,850.00 - This Assessment is not yet part of a Master Plan, so the Replacement cost has not been set. As a result, the $0.00 - Renovate/Replace ratio has also not been calculated. $331,023.00 $0.00 $622,032.65 $168,532.00 $63,199.50 $42,133.00 $56,879.55 $416,913.30 $95,550.00 $0.00 $0.00 $34,000.00 $141,536.00 $208,432.25 $168,532.00 $210,665.00 $994,269.93 $5,513,678.68 Previous Page

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Facility Assessment

A. Heating System

Description:

The existing system for the overall facility is a gas fired forced air system installed in 1977 and is in poor condition. The system does not provide the required CFM as per OBBC Mechanical code standards. The electronic system temperature controls were installed in 1977 and are in poor condition. The structure is equipped with air conditioning. The site does not contain underground fuel tanks. 3 Needs Replacement Provide new overall heating system to meet OSFC design standards including air conditioning.

Rating: Recommendations:

Item Cost

Unit Whole BuildingOriginal (1977)Sum 42,133 ft² HVAC System:$18.00sq.ft. Required $758,394.00(includes demo of existing system and reconfiguration of piping layout and new controls) Sum: $758,394.00 $758,394.00

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B. Roofing

Description:

The roof over the overall facility is a built up system that was installed in 1977 and is in poor condition. There are reports of current leaking. There are signs of past leaking. Access to the roof was gained by a roof hatch that is in poor condition. Flashing and copings are in poor condition. The gutters and downspouts are in poor condition. 3 Needs Replacement The roof over the overall facility requires replacement to meet OSFC guidelines for age of system and due to condition. and The flashing and coping on the overall facility require replacement due to condition. Cost

Rating: Recommendations:

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Unit Whole BuildingOriginal (1977) Sum 42,133 ft² Built-up Asphalt: $6.00sq.ft. 28907 Required$173,442.00 Repair/replace cap flashing and coping:$15.00ln.ft. 450 Required $6,750.00 Gutter/Downspouts $10.50ln.ft. 500 Required $5,250.00 Sum: $185,442.00 $185,442.00

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C. Ventilation / Air Conditioning

Description: Rating: Recommendations:

The overall facility is equipped with a refrigerant/DX type air conditioning system in poor condition due to age. 1 Satisfactory Provide an air conditioning system to meet OSFC design manual requirements. Pricing included in Item A.

Item CostUnitWhole BuildingOriginal (1977)Sum 42,133 ft² Sum: $0.00 $0.00

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D. Electrical Systems

Description:

The electrical power supply for the overall facility is 230/110 volts, single phase and is in poor condition. The power transformer is owned by CCP and is located indoors. The power panels are in poor condition and can not be expanded for additional capacity. The classrooms are not equipped with adequate electrical outlets. The corridors and exterior of the building are not equipped with adequate electrical outlets for servicing. 3 Needs Replacement The entire electrical requires replacememt to meet OSFC guidelines for classroom capacity and due to its age.

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Item

Cost Unit Whole BuildingOriginal (1977)Sum 42,133 ft² System Replacement:$9.50sq.ft. Required $400,263.50(includes demo of existing system. Does not include telephone or data cable or equipment) Sum: $400,263.50 $400,263.50

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E. Plumbing and Fixtures

Description:

The school contains 2 rest rooms for girls, 2 rest rooms for boys, 3 rest rooms for staff and 10 classroom restrooms. The school contains 4 wall mounted toilets, 5 wall mounted urinals and 4 sinks for boys and they are in poor condition. The school contains 5 wall mounted toilets and 4 sinks for girls and they are in poor condition. The school contains 5 wall mounted toilets, 1 wall mounted urinal and 5 sinks for staff and are in poor condition. The school contains 23 cabinet mounted classroom sinks and 23 wall mounted classroom toilets and are in poor condition. There are bubbler type drinking fountains with classroom sinks. The school meets OBBC requirements for fixtures. ADA requirements are not met for fixtures and drinking fountains (see Item O). A backflow preventer is provided. Water treatment is not required. 3 Needs Replacement Provide 20 new fixtures to replace the existing wall and floor mounted fixtures, 23 new sinks, 24 cabinet mounted classroom sinks and 10 floor mounted classroom toilets. Provide 6 new electric water coolers. (Refer to item O for ADA). Unit

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Item

Whole BuildingOriginal (1977)Sum 42,133 ft² Domestic Supply Piping: $3.50sq.ft. Required $147,465.50(remove / replace) Sanitary Waste Piping: $3.50sq.ft. Required $147,465.50(remove / replace) Domestice Water Heater$5,100.00per unit 2 Required $10,200.00(remove / replace) Toilet: $1,500.00unit 33 Required $49,500.00(remove / replace) See Item O Urinal: $2,400.00unit 6 Required $14,400.00(remove / replace) Sink: $1,500.00unit 30 Required $45,000.00(remove / replace) Sum: $414,031.00 $414,031.00

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F. Windows

Description:

The overall facility is equipped with aluminum framed single pane glazing and single paned butt glazed window systems and is in poor condition. The school does not contain skylights.

Rating: Recommendations:

Item Cost

3 Needs Replacement Provide a new insulated window system with integral blinds to meet with OSFC design manual requirements.

Unit Whole BuildingOriginal (1977)Sum 42,133 ft² Insulated Glass/Panels:$50.00sq.ft. 4037 Required $201,850.00(with integral blinds) Sum: $201,850.00 $201,850.00

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G. Structure: Foundation

Description: Rating: Recommendations:

The overall facility has a slab on grade/footer foundation, which displayed no locations of major settlement, cracking, or leaking and is in good condition. 1 Satisfactory No work is required.

Item CostUnitWhole BuildingOriginal (1977)Sum 42,133 ft² Sum: $0.00 $0.00

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H. Structure: Walls and Chimneys

Description:

The overall facility has a brick veneer on a masonry bearing wall system and steel frame system which displayed numerous locations of deterioration and is in poor condition. The window sills are brick and are in poor condition. The lintels are in good condition. The school does not have sufficient expansion joints and are in poor condition. 3 Needs Replacement Provide replacemant of the exterior brick veneer due to poor condition.

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Unit Whole BuildingOriginal (1977) Sum 42,133 ft² Replace Brick Veneer System:$21.00sq.ft. 15763 Required$331,023.00(total removal and replacement including pinning and shoring) Sum: $331,023.00 $331,023.00

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I. Structure: Floors and Roofs

Description:

The floor construction of the base floor of the overall facility is slab on grade type construction and is in good condition. The floor construction of the intermediate floors of the overall facility is steel joists type construction and is in good condition. Interior walls are concrete masonry units and framed partitions with gypsum board and are in good condition. The roof construction of the overall facility is steel joists and concrete tee plank type construction and is in good condition.

Rating: Recommendations:

1 Satisfactory No work required.

Item CostUnitWhole BuildingOriginal (1977)Sum 42,133 ft² Sum: $0.00 $0.00

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J. General Finishes

Description:

The overall facility has classrooms with VCT type flooring, drop type ceilings and painted type wall finish and they are in average condition. The overall facility has corridors with ceramic and VCT type flooring, drop type ceilings and painted type wall finish and they are in average condition. The overall facility has restrooms with ceramic tile type flooring, plaster and drop type ceilings and painted and ceramic tile type wall finish and they are in poor condition. The overall facility has a gymnasium with VCT type flooring, open structure type ceilings and painted type wall finish and they are in poor condition. The casework is in poor condition. Classrooms do not have adequate chalkboards and tackboards and are in poor condition. The lockers are in poor condition. The toilet partitions are in poor condition. The kitchen equipment is in poor condition.

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

3 Needs Replacement Provide complete replacement of finishes (and casework) due to installation of systems outlined in Items (A) (C) (D) (E) (I) (K) (T)&(U)

Cost

Unit

Whole Building

Complete Replacement of Finishes and Casework: Toilet Partitions:

$11.85sq.ft.

Original (1977) 42,133 ft² Required 9 Required

Sum

$499,276.05(elementary) $6,750.00(removing and replacing)

$750.00per stall Toilet Accessory Replacement $0.20sq.ft. Door, Frame, and Hardware: $1,500.00each Total Kitchen Equipment $105.00sq.ft. Replacement: (Qty) Sum:

Required $8,426.60(per building area) 9 Required $13,500.00(non ADA) 896 Required $94,080.00(square footage based upon only area of food preparation, serving, kitchen storage areas and walk-ins. Includes demolition and removal of existing kitchen equipment) $622,032.65 $622,032.65

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K. Interior Lighting

Description:

The overall facility contains fluorescent type lighting in average condition and provides 150 FC in halls, 61 FC in the office, 65 FC in classrooms and 56 FC in the kitchen. The gymnasium lighting is HO type lighting in average condition and provides 28 FC. The service area lighting is fluorescent/incandescent type lighting in average condition and provides 32 FC. 3 Needs Replacement Provide complete replacement of the lighting system due to installation of systems outlined in Item U and due to overall age and inadequate FC output of the fixtures.

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Cost Unit Whole BuildingOriginal (1977)Sum 42,133 ft² Complete Building Lighting Replacement$4.00sq.ft. Required $168,532.00 Sum: $168,532.00 $168,532.00

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L. Security Systems

Description: Rating: Recommendations:

Item The overall facility contains a limited amount of motion detector type security system in average condition. The system is not adequately provided throughout. An exterior security lighting system does not exist. 3 Needs Replacement Provide complete replacement of security system to meet OSFC design manual guidelines.

Cost Unit Whole BuildingOriginal (1977)Sum 42,133 ft² Security System:$1.50sq.ft. Required $63,199.50(complete, area of building) Sum: $63,199.50 $63,199.50

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M. Emergency/Egress Lighting

Description: Rating: Recommendations:

Item The overall facility does not contain emergency egress lighting system with battery backup or emergency generator on separate circuit, except for the Gymnasium. The system is not adequately provided throughout. 3 Needs Replacement Provide a completely new emergency egress lighting system to meet OSFC design manual guidelines.

Cost Unit Whole BuildingOriginal (1977)Sum 42,133 ft² Emergency/Egress Lighting:$1.00sq.ft. Required $42,133.00(w/ battery pack) Sum: $42,133.00 $42,133.00

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N. Fire Alarm

Description: Rating: Recommendations:

Item The overall facility contains pull boxes and bell alarms in poor condition. The system is not adequately provided throughout. The system does not have additional zone capabilities. The system is not OSDM compliant. 3 Needs Replacement Provide complete replacement of fire alarm system to meet OSFC design manual guidelines.

Cost Unit Whole BuildingOriginal (1977)Sum 42,133 ft² Fire Alarm System:$1.35sq.ft. Required $56,879.55(complete new system, including removal of existing) Sum: $56,879.55 $56,879.55

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O. Handicapped Access

Description:

The exterior entrances are not ADA accessible. Exterior doors are not equipped with ADA hardware. There are 17 toilets required to meet ADA requirements, and there are no ADA toilets provided. There are 17 lavatories required to meet ADA requirements, and there are no ADA lavatories provided. Toilet rooms do not meet ADA requirements. Toilet partitions are not required. There are no electric water coolers (EWC) that are ADA accessible. An ADA elevator is not provided and is required. Interior doors are not equipped with ADA hardware. Exterior doors are not equipped with ADA hardware. ADA signage is not provided on both the interior and the exterior of the building. Classroom doors are not recessed and open outward.

Rating: Recommendations:

3 Needs Replacement Provide signage, ramps, elevators, drinking water fountains, toilets, sinks, toilet partitions, door and frames to make the school meet ADA requirements. (Refer to Item E for sinks and EWC's) Cost Unit

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Whole BuildingOriginal (1977)Sum 42,133 ft² Signage: $0.10sq.ft. Required $4,213.30(per building area) Ramps: $40.00sq.ft. (Qty) 100 Required $4,000.00(per ramp/interior-exterior complete) Elevators: $50,000.00each 2 Required $100,000.00(per stop / New) Electric Water Coolers: $3,000.00unit 6 Required $18,000.00(new double ADA) Toilet/Urinals/Sinks: $3,800.00unit 34 Required $129,200.00(new ADA) Toilet Partitions: $1,000.00stall 4 Required $4,000.00(ADA - grab bars, accessories included) ADA Assist Door & Frame: $7,500.00unit 2 Required $15,000.00(openers, electrical, patching, etc) Replace Doors: $1,500.00leaf 95 Required $142,500.00(standard 3070 wood door, HM frame-classroom door/light, includes hardware) Sum: $416,913.30 $416,913.30

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P. Site Condition

Description:

The site is 1 acre located in an urban setting with tree and shrub type landscaping and is flat. There are no problems with erosion. There are no problems with ponding. There is no playground equipment on site (students use an adjacent park). The sidewalks are in poor condition, and are not properly sloped. The parking lot is in poor condition, and does not provide adequate parking for staff members , visitors, and the disabled. The paving is in poor condition. There is no curbing at the parking lot. The parking lot does not have standing water on it. The site is not separated from the road with a fence. There is no bus loading and unloading zone in front of the school. The busses do not drive one way through the site, and do not have a separate entrance and exit.

Rating: Recommendations:

Item Cost

3 Needs Replacement Provide sitework including paving and sidewalk work due to age and condition.

Unit Whole BuildingOriginal (1977) Sum 42,133 ft² Asphalt Paving: $3.00sq.ft. 1200 Required $3,600.00(including drainage / tear out) Concrete Curb: $15.00ln.ft. 700 Required $10,500.00(new) Concrete Sidewalk: $4.00sq.ft. 6300 Required $25,200.00(5 in exterior slab) Playground Equipment: $1.50sq.ft. 37500 Required$56,250.00(up to $100,000) Sum: $95,550.00 $95,550.00

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Q. Sewage System

Description: Rating: Recommendations:

The building is serviced by the city/regional sewer district. The sewer system main is cast-iron type and in good condition. 1 Satisfactory No work required

Item CostUnitWhole BuildingOriginal (1977)Sum 42,133 ft² Sum: $0.00 $0.00

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R. Water Supply

Description: Rating: Recommendations:

The building is serviced by the city water main. The water supply and distribution system is copper and is in good condition. The system provides adequate pressure and capacity for the needs of the school. 1 Satisfactory No work required.

Item CostUnitWhole BuildingOriginal (1977)Sum 42,133 ft² Sum: $0.00 $0.00

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S. Exterior Doors

Description: Rating: Recommendations:

Item Typical exterior doors are steel type in poor condition. They have panic, non-ADA compliant hardware and no vision panels. Entrance doors are steel type in poor condition. They have panic, non-ADA compliant hardware and no vision panels. 3 Needs Replacement Provide new exterior doors due to condition and non-ADA compliance.

Whole BuildingOriginal (1977)Sum 42,133 ft² Door Leaf/Frame and Hardware:$2,000.00per leaf 17 Required $34,000.00(includes removal of existing) Sum: $34,000.00 $34,000.00

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T. Hazardous Material

Description: Rating: Recommendations:

Item The School District provided 1988 AHERA documentation of the known locations of asbestos. Asbestos is located throughout. Of the conditions that were open to observation, the items were found in non-friable condition, although friable is present. Allowance for lead paint is provided. 3 Needs Replacement Remove all asbestos and lead paint.

Cost Unit Whole BuildingOriginal (1977) Sum 42,133 ft² Floor Tile: $2.00sq.ft. 32884 Required$65,768.00(per floor area) Mastic: $2.00sq.ft. 32884 Required$65,768.00(per floor area) Lead Paint:$4.00sq.ft. 2500 Required $10,000.00 Sum: $141,536.00 $141,536.00

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U. Life Safety

Description:

The overall facility does not contain an automated fire suppression system. The stairwells are enclosed but not to code. The handrails do not meet requirements. The kitchen hood is not equipped with a fire suppression system. There are not an adequate number of fire extinguishers that are adequately spaced. 3 Needs Replacement Provide automated fire suppression system to meet OSFC design manual guidelines. Provide stairwell enclosures. Provide new handrails to meet OSFC design manual guidelines. Cost Unit

Rating: Recommendations:

Item

Whole BuildingOriginal (1977) Sum 42,133 ft² Sprinkler / Fire Suppression System: $3.25sq.ft. (Qty) 42133 Required$136,932.25(includes increase of service piping, if required) Interior Stairwell Closure: $5,000.00per level 8 Required $40,000.00(includes associated doors, door frames and hardware) Handrails: $5,000.00level 5 Required $25,000.00 Retrofit existing kitchen hood with Fire suppression system$6,500.00per hood 1 Required $6,500.00 Sum: $208,432.25 $208,432.25

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V. Loose Furnishings

Description: Rating: Recommendations:

The typical classroom furniture is in poor to average condition. The CEFPI rating for the furniture and loose equipment is a rating of 4. 2 Needs Repair Provide for replacement of outdated or inadequate furniture.

Whole BuildingOriginal (1977) 42,133 ft² Cost:$168,532.00 $168,532.00 Uses the following graduated scale: CEFPI Rating 8 7 6 4 to 5 0 to 3 Graduated scale based on evaluation of furnishing. $/Sq.ft. Allowance $1.00 $2.00 $3.00 $4.00 $5.00

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W. Technology

Description: Rating: Recommendations:

Item The typical classroom is not equipped with four technology data ports for student use, one data port for teacher use, one voice port, one cable port and a 2-way PA system to meet OSDM compliance requirements. 3 Needs Replacement Provide technology system for OSDM compliance.

Cost Unit Whole BuildingOriginal (1977)Sum 42,133 ft² Non-OSDM Compliant:$5.00sq.ft. Required $210,665.00 Sum: $210,665.00 $210,665.00

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X. Non-Construction Cost

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School Facility Appraisal

Name of Appraiser Building Name Street Address City/Town, State, Zip Code Telephone Number(s) School District

Kyle Westmoreland Alfred A Benesch Elem 5393 Quincy Ave Cleveland, OH 44104 216-431-4132 Cleveland City SD

Date of Appraisal

2001-04-23

Setting: Site-Acreage Grades Housed Number of Teaching Stations Student Enrollment Dates of Construction Energy Sources: Air Conditioning: Heating:

Urban 1 K-5 25 488 1977 Fuel Oil Roof Top Central Hot Water Gas Windows Units Roof Top Steam Floor Construction Wood Joists Steel Joists Slab on grade Structural slab Electric Central Individual Unit Solar Room Units Forced Air Building Square Footage Student Capacity Number of Floors 42,133 337 2

Type of Construction Load bearing masonry Steel frame Concrete frame Wood Steel Joists

Exterior Surfacing Brick Stucco Metal Wood Stone

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CEFPI Ratings Sheet

1.0 The School Site

School Facility Appraisal

Points Allocated

Points

1.1

Site is large enough to meet educational needs as defined by state and local requirements The school site is 1 acre. The total requirement for a school with this enrollment is 15 acres.

25

5

1.2

Site is easily accessible and conveniently located for the present and future population The site is conveniently located in a residential area and appears to provide appropriate access to the local neighborhood.

20

12

1.3

Location is removed from undesirable business, industry, traffic, and natural hazards Ongoing demolition of housing developments is noisy and is reported to create physical facility problems at the school.

10

4

1.4

Site is well landscaped and developed to meet educational needs There are no site elements beyond the minimal playground equipment, and the does not meet the basic educational needs of the

10

4

1.5

ES MS HS

Well equipped playgrounds are separated from streets and parking areas Well equipped athletic and intermural areas are separated from streets and parking Well equipped athletic areas are adequate with sufficient solid-surface parking

10

0

No playground exists on the school site.

1.6

Topography is varied enough to provide desirable appearance and without steep inclines The site is flat with minimal contours and minimal topographical elevation changes. The site is free from hazard.

5

3

1.7

Site has stable, well drained soil free of erosion The site is flat and adequately drained.

5

4

1.8

Site is suitable for special instructional needs, e.g., outdoor learning There are no site elements at this school.

5

1

1.9

Pedestrian services include adequate sidewalk with designated crosswalks, curb cuts, and correct slopes Most areas exist and are in average condition

5

3

1.10

ES/MS HS

Sufficient on-site, solid surface parking for faculty and staff is provided Sufficient on-site, solid surface parking is provided for faculty, students, staff and community

5

3

The school has 40 parking spaces. Based on current staffing, the school requires 72 spaces.

TOTAL - The School Site Back to Assessment Summary

100

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2.0 Structural and Mechanical Features

School Facility Appraisal

Structural

Points Allocated

Points

2.1

Structure meets all barrier-free requirements both externally and internally The facility does not meet all requirements.

15

3

2.2

Roofs appear sound, have positive drainage, and are weather tight Roof needs to be replaced.

15

6

2.3

Foundations are strong and stable with no observable cracks The foundations appear to be in good condition.

10

8

2.4

Exterior and interior walls have sufficient expansion joints and are free of deterioration Exterior walls in poor condition.

10

4

2.5

Entrances and exits are located so as to permit efficient student traffic flow

10

6

The school is designed in such a way to have adequate primary entrances and adequate secondary exits. The school has control over these entrances and student traffic flow is efficient.

2.6

Building ''envelope'' generally provides for energy conservation (see criteria) Window system is single paned and exterior doors do not close properly.

10

4

2.7

Structure is free of friable asbestos and toxic materials No, structure contains friable asbestos and assumes lead based paint.

10

2

2.8

Interior walls permit sufficient flexibility for a variety of class sizes The school has no rooms that provide flexibility.

10

6

Mechanical/Electrical

Points Allocated

Points

2.9

Adequate light sources are well maintained, and properly placed and are not subject to overheating The school is borderline in meeting OSFC standards for footcandles.

15

9

2.10

Internal water supply is adequate with sufficient pressure to meet health and safety requirements Current pressure is adequate but will need to be studied further during sprinkler system design.

15

12

2.11

Each teaching/learning area has adequate convenient wall outlets, phone and computer cabling for technology applications Between 70% and 90% of required wiring is in place.

15

12

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2.12

Electrical controls are safely protected with disconnect switches easily accessible The electrical controls are protected and the disconnect switches are accessible.

10

8

2.13

Drinking fountains are adequate in number and placement, and are properly maintained including provisions for the disabled The school has between 50% and 70% of the required restroom facilities.

10

6

2.14

Number and size of restrooms meet requirements Restroom size will need to altered for ADA compliance.

10

6

2.15

Drainage systems are properly maintained and meet requirements The drainage system is adequate.

10

8

2.16

Fire alarms, smoke detectors, and sprinkler systems are properly maintained and meet requirements The facility does not contain smoke detectors or a sprinkler system.

10

2

2.17

Intercommunication system consists of a central unit that allows dependable two-way communication between the office and instructional areas The school has a 1-way intercom system.

10

4

2.18

Exterior water supply is sufficient and available for normal usage Water supply to the exterior is marginal.

5

3

TOTAL - Structural and Mechanical Features Back to Assessment Summary

200

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3.0 Plant Maintainability

School Facility Appraisal

Points Allocated

Points

3.1

Windows, doors, and walls are of material and finish requiring minimum maintenance Windows and doors do not meet OSFC guidelines and should be replaced. Inside finishes are adequate for maintainability.

15

6

3.2

Floor surfaces throughout the building require minimum care The facility contains VCT and ceramic. While maintainable, all have reached their useful life.

15

6

3.3

Ceilings and walls throughout the building, including service areas, are easily cleaned and resistant to stain Lay-in/plaster ceilings and painted walls present cleanability issues.

10

6

3.4

Built-in equipment is designed and constructed for ease of maintenance Built in equipment to be replaced due to wear.

10

4

3.5

Finishes and hardware, with compatible keying system, are of durable quality Hardware needs to be updated for ADA considerations.

10

2

3.6

Restroom fixtures are wall mounted and of quality finish Restroom facilities do not conform to ADA standards.

10

4

3.7

Adequate custodial storage space with water and drain is accessible throughout the building Current custodial storage is cramped and inadequate.

10

4

3.8

Adequate electrical outlets and power, to permit routine cleaning, are available in every area Corridors lack an adequate amount of outlets.

10

6

3.9

Outdoor light fixtures, electrical outlets, equipment, and other fixtures are accessible for repair and replacement The facility does not have an adequate supply of exterior outlets and fixtures.

10

6

TOTAL - Plant Maintainability Back to Assessment Summary

100

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4.0 Building Safety and Security

School Facility Appraisal

Site Safety

Points Allocated

Points

4.1

Student loading areas are segregated from other vehicular traffic and pedestrian walkways The loading areas are not completely segregated from other traffic.

15

3

4.2

Walkways, both on and offsite, are available for safety of pedestrians The school has walkways on major streets and they are adequate.

10

6

4.3

Access streets have sufficient signals and signs to permit safe entrance to and exit from school area The school has adequate signage on perimeter streets to provide adequate entry and exit for the school site.

5

3

4.4

Vehicular entrances and exits permit safe traffic flow

5

4

The parking areas and the bus lanes are segregated and there are minimal traffic flow conflicts. There is only one major parking area however.

4.5

ES MS HS

Playground equipment is free from hazard Location and types of intramural equipment are free from hazard Athletic field equipment is properly located and is free from hazard

5

0

There is no playground equipment on this school site and a low rating was given accordingly.

Building Safety

Points Allocated

Points

4.6

The heating unit(s) is located away from student occupied areas The facility uses rooftop units.

20

20

4.7

Multi-story buildings have at least two stairways for student egress The facility complies.

15

15

4.8

Exterior doors open outward and are equipped with panic hardware The hardware needs to be updated.

10

8

4.9

Emergency lighting is provided throughout the entire building with exit signs on separate electrical circuits The facility lacks adequate emergency lighting.

10

4

4.10

Classroom doors are recessed and open outward Most doors open into traffic.

10

2

4.11

Building security systems are provided to assure uninterrupted operation of the educational program The school's alarm systems are adequate.

10

10

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4.12

Flooring (including ramps and stairways) is maintained in a non-slip condition VCT and ceramic areas present slip hazards when wet.

5

4

4.13

Stair risers (interior and exterior) do not exceed 6 1/2 inches and range in number from 3 - 16 The facility complies.

5

5

4.14

Glass is properly located and protected with wire or safety material to prevent accidental student injury Lack of wire glass in appropriate areas.

5

2

4.15

Fixed Projections in the traffic areas do not extend more than eight inches from the corridor wall Only minor obstructions.

5

4

4.16

Traffic areas terminate at an exit or a stairway leading to an egress The facility complies

5

5

Emergency Safety

Points Allocated

Points

4.17

Adequate fire safety equipment is properly located The current equipment and locations are marginal.

15

9

4.18

There are at least two independent exits from any point in the building The facility complies.

15

15

4.19

Fire-resistant materials are used throughout the structure Some fire source materials used throughout the facility.

15

12

4.20

Automatic and manual emergency alarm system with a distinctive sound and flashing light is provided The current system is outdated and does not supply all levels of warning.

15

6

TOTAL - Building Safety and Security Back to Assessment Summary

200

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5.0 Educational Adequacy

School Facility Appraisal

Academic Learning Space

Points Allocated

Points

5.1

Size of academic learning areas meets desirable standards Of the 24 academic rooms, just 1 room meets or exceed the standard.

25

5

5.2

Classroom space permits arrangements for small group activity Of the 24 classrooms, just 1 room meets or exceeds the standard.

15

3

5.3

Location of academic learning areas is near related educational activities and away from disruptive noise The gym and library are surrounded by classrooms.

10

6

5.4

Personal space in the classroom away from group instruction allows privacy time for individual students Of the 24 classrooms, just 1 room provides privacy settings.

10

2

5.5

Storage for student materials is adequate The school has inadequate general storage and inadequate storage for apparel.

10

2

5.6

Storage for teacher materials is adequate Of the 24 classrooms, 12 provide adequate teacher storage.

10

6

Special Learning Space

Points Allocated

Points

5.7

Size of special learning area(s) meets standards The school has no special learning areas.

15

0

5.8

Design of specialized learning area(s) is compatible with instructional need The school has no special learning areas.

10

0

5.9

Library/Resource/Media Center provides appropriate and attractive space

10

4

The library is not a confined space. It exists in the middle of the school's atrium and is susceptible to distractions and noise of students moving through the corridors. There are no associated workrooms or offices and no plumbing.

5.10

Gymnasium (or covered P.E. area) adequately serves physical education instruction PE spaces meet most standards.

5

4

5.11

ES MS/HS

Pre-kindergarten and kindergarten space is appropriate for age of students and nature of instruction Science program is provided sufficient space and equipment

10

8

Most spaces are appropriate.

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5.12

Music Program is provided adequate sound treated space The school has no dedicated music area.

5

0

5.13

Space for art is appropriate for special instruction, supplies, and equipment The school has no dedicated art area.

5

0

School Facility Appraisal

Points Allocated

Points

5.14

Space for technology education permits use of state-of-the-art equipment The school has no dedicated technology area.

5

0

5.15

Space for small groups and remedial instruction is provided adjacent to classrooms The school does not provide any space for small groups and/or remedial instruction.

5

1

5.16

Storage for student and teacher material is adequate The school has no special learning areas.

5

0

Support Space

Points Allocated

Points

5.17

Teacher's lounge and work areas reflect teachers as professionals The teacher's lounge appears to be small, but is well equipped. It incorporates lounge and workspace in one room.

10

6

5.18

Cafeteria/Kitchen is attractive with sufficient space for seating/dining, delivery, storage, and food preparation

10

6

The school has a dedicated cafeteria that adequately serves the population with a warming or satellite kitchen directly adjacent to the cafeteria space.

5.19

Administrative offices provided are consistent in appearance and function with the maturity of the students served The office and administrative areas appear to be consistent in appearance and are adequate for the maturity of the students

5

3

5.20

Counselor's office insures privacy and sufficient storage The counselor for the school does have an office space that is private.

5

3

5.21

Clinic is near administrative offices and is equipped to meet requirements The nurses office is very small and lacks all of the necessary features. Plumbing is minimal and the storage is inadequate.

5

3

5.22

Suitable reception space is available for students, teachers, and visitors Reception space appears to be adequate.

5

3

5.23

Administrative personnel are provided sufficient work space and privacy

5

4

The administrative suite is collocated in a easily accessible location with all appropriate office functions located in the suite area. Some offices are small in nature but adequate privacy is available to all offices.

TOTAL - Educational Adequacy

200

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6.0 Environment for Education

School Facility Appraisal

Exterior Environment

Points Allocated

Points

6.1

Overall design is aesthetically pleasing to age of students Open design with classrooms opening to an interior atrium is appealing.

15

15

6.2

Site and building are well landscaped The school has no landscaping and the entire site is paved.

10

4

6.3

Exterior noise and poor environment do not disrupt learning Ongoing demolition of housing developments is noisy and is reported to create physical facility problems at the school.

10

4

6.4

Entrances and walkways are sheltered from sun and inclement weather The walkways to and from the school are not covered.

10

2

6.5

Building materials provide attractive color and texture The materials are consistent with institutional settings, but have been painted with brighter colors.

5

4

Interior Environment

Points Allocated

Points

6.6

Color schemes, building materials, and decor provide an impetus to learning The school utilizes some brighter colors.

20

6

6.7

Year around comfortable temperature and humidity are provided throughout the building

15

9

The school has no temperature and humidity control throughout the year. Poor ventilation also exists and the heating must be controlled using pneumatic thermostats controlled by the custodian. Teachers have no control over the temperature in their rooms.

6.8

Ventilating system provides adequate quiet circulation of clean air and meets 15cfm VBC requirement Additional ventilation is required for this facility.

15

9

6.9

Lighting system provides proper intensity, diffusion, and distribution of illumination The current system provides borderline FC levels.

15

9

6.10

Drinking fountains and restroom facilities are conveniently located

15

9

The restrooms are collocated and centralized. They are adequately sized for the student population and are adjacent the water or drinking fountains.

6.11

Communication among students is enhanced by commons area(s) for socialization

10

9

The school has a variety of areas that enhance student socialization and communication. These areas, however, may be difficult to supervise at times. Large atrium is a nice area.

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6.12

Traffic flow is aided by appropriate foyers and corridors

10

10

The school is served by wide student corridors and is complimented by large foyers at key corridor intersection points and the main entry to the school.

6.13

Areas for students to interact are suitable to the age group Atrium is a large open area that is a nice environment for children.

10

10

6.14

Large group areas are designed for effective management of students The student interaction and large group areas neither add nor detract to the school's ability to effectively manage the student

10

6

6.15

Acoustical treatment of ceilings, walls, and floors provides effective sound control

10

4

The school has no acoustical treatment of any of the areas within the school, with the exception of standard acoustical ceiling tiles. The school is very noisy and a majority of the classes are disturbed from other activities occurring within the school.

6.16

Window design contributes to a pleasant environment Window area, operability and/or ability to darken room are deficient.

10

4

6.17

Furniture and equipment provide a pleasing atmosphere Furniture is mixed in type and average in appearance.

10

4

TOTAL - Environment for Education Back to Assessment Summary

200

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Justification for Allocation of Points

Building Name and Level:

Alfred A Benesch Elem K-5

Building features that clearly exceed criteria: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Building features that are non-existent or very inadequate: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Back to Assessment Summary None.

Justification for Allocation of Points

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