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2010 QSCB Project
Facility Maintenance Classroom and Support Areas
Floor Covering and IAQ Improvement Project


Project Details
Introduction:
To improve indoor air quality District-wide, the QSCB Facility Renovations/Upgrades Program is designed to replace all classroom carpet with vinyl composition tile (VCT), and replace deteriorated administrative, counseling, and library carpet with new carpet manufactured with welded seams, an impermeable backing, and a Green Label Plus certification which provides for low airborne contaminants, reduced chemical emissions, and a healthier indoor environment. The QSCB Facility Renovations and Upgrades Program will address carpet issues at 62 elementary and secondary school campuses.
Planning Estimate 1:
$ 10,350,000.00


Phase I
Introduction:
The Phase I project addresses flooring issues at eleven (11) campuses including: Bulverde Creek, El Dorado, Hardy Oak, Hidden Forest, Huebner, Longs Creek, Olmos, Roan Forest, Steubing Ranch, Stone Oak and Wetmore Elementary Schools.
Planning Estimate 1:
$ 2,700,000
Project Completed
Start Date:
April 12, 2011
End Date:
August 7, 2011
Architect:
Chumney and Associates
General Contractor:
Joeris General Contractors, Ltd.
Joeris General Contractors, Ltd.
Project Summary:
Bid Award Agenda Item (PDF)
Bid Tab (PDF)


Phase II
Introduction:
The Phase II project addresses flooring issues at twelve (12) campuses: Camelot, Dellview, East Terrell Hills, Larkspur, Northwood, Ridgeview, Serna, Stahl, Walzem and West Avenue Elementary Schools; and Krueger & White Middle Schools.
Planning Estimate 1:
$ 1,975,000
Project Completed
Start Date:
May 9, 2011
End Date:
August 7, 2011
Architect:
O’Neill Conrad Oppelt Architects, DeMunbrun Scarnato Associates, Lopez Salas Architects, and O’Connell Robertson & Associates
General Contractor:
Joeris General Contractors, Ltd.
Joeris General Contractors, Ltd.
Project Summary:
Bid Award Agenda Item (PDF)
Bid Tab (PDF)


Phase III
Introduction:
The Phase III project addresses flooring replacement at twenty-two (22) campuses, including: ACE Academy, Alternative HS/MS, Center School, MacArthur, Madison, and Reagan High Schools; Driscoll, Eisenhower, Garner, and Tejeda Middle Schools; and Colonial Hills, Encino Park, Fox Run, Jackson-Keller, Northern Hills, Oak Grove, Oak Meadow, Redland Oaks, Regency Place, Thousand Oaks, Wilshire, and Windcrest Elementary Schools.
Planning Estimate 1:
$ 3,500,000
Project Completed
Start Date:
February 13, 2012
End Date:
August 1, 2012
Architect:
DeMunbrun Scarnato Associates, Garza/Bomberger & Associates, Lopez Salas Architects, McChesney/Bianco Architecture, O’Connell Robertson & Associates, PBK Architects, and Pfluger Associates
General Contractor:
Joeris General Contractors, Ltd.
Joeris General Contractors, Ltd.
Project Summary:
Bid Award Agenda Item (PDF)
Bid Tab (PDF)


Phase IV
Introduction:
The Phase IV project will provide flooring replacement at 16 campuses, including: Churchill, Lee, and ISA High Schools; Bradley, Bush, Jackson, and Nimitz Middle Schools; and Canyon Ridge, Castle Hills, Clear Spring, Coker, Harmony Hills, Montgomery, Royal Ridge, Wilderness Oak, and Woodstone Elementary Schools.
Planning Estimate 1:
$ 2,175,000
Project Completed
Start Date:
June 1, 2013
End Date:
August 2, 2013
Architect:
Garza/Bomberger & Associates, O’Neill Conrad Oppelt Architects, PBK Architects, and Pfluger Associates
General Contractor:
Joeris General Contractors, Ltd.
Joeris General Contractors, Ltd.
Project Summary:
Bid Award Agenda Item (PDF)
Bid Tab (PDF)



1 The Bond Planning Estimate represents the original bond program costs developed during the bond planning meetings for each project and includes: Design Fees, Construction Costs, Technology Equipment and Installation, Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment and Construction Management Costs. The School Board "approved" construction budget can be found in the project Bid Award Agenda Item and represents any/all changes to the project resulting from the design development process and/or construction marketplace and inflation costs.