Rowan-Cabarrus Community College Technology Education Complex Design Commissioning Services

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From: North Carolina Rowan Cabarrus Community College(Higher Education)
started - 01 Aug, 2022 (2 months ago)

Start Date

01 Aug, 2022 (2 months ago)
due - 01 Aug, 2022 (2 months ago)

Due Date

30 Aug, 2022 (1 month ago)
Bid Notification

Opportunity Type

Bid Notification
121-080122JC

Opportunity Identifier

121-080122JC
Rowan-Cabarrus Community College

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Rowan-Cabarrus Community College
2 W Edenton St, Raleigh, NC 27601, USA

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2 W Edenton St, Raleigh, NC 27601, USA
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121-080122JC Department/Agency Rowan-Cabarrus Community College Project Title Technology Education Complex Design Design Services Commissioning Services Scope This request for proposals is for commissioning services for the design and construction of the $45,000,000 Bond funded Technology Education Complex of buildings for Rowan-Cabarrus Community College’s (RCCC) North Campus in Salisbury, NC. The Complex is envisioned to include the construction of four (4) new buildings, and the renovation of space within an existing building. These buildings are: 1. Technology Building – housing existing Welding and Machining Technology Programs as well as supporting a new Metallurgy element. This building will include traditional classrooms, office space, student/faculty/staff support spaces, as well as welding and machining-oriented lab spaces, which would include industrial equipment on which the students will train, and flex labs, which would be flexible high and wide bay spaces where manufacturing tenants could set up representative production lines and/or equipment on which to train new employees. This is envisioned to be a roughly 40,000 sf facility. 2. Automotive Building – housing the existing Automotive Technologies Program as well as supporting Autobody and Painting elements. This building will include traditional classrooms, office space, student/faculty/staff support spaces, as well as automotive lift bays, which would include equipment on which the students will train. This is envisioned to be a roughly 30,000 sf facility. 3. Career & College Promise Building – housing 14 classrooms, Administration, Cafeteria/Kitchen, and multi-purpose spaces to support Early College High School and College/CTE Programs. This is envisioned to be a roughly 18,000 sf facility. 4. Fire Training Decontamination Station – housing spaces for training firefighters in the proper techniques for proper self and PPE decontamination. This is envisioned to be a roughly 4,400 sf facility. 5. Renovation of roughly 9,000 sf within an existing building on North Campus for the Fine Arts Program. Specific goals for the project are addressed in the Draft Technology Education Complex Owners Project Requirements dated 4/19/2022 (Attachment A) and the Commissioning Agent Services Scope of Work dated 7/27/2022 (Attachment B). The scope of work for this selection will include providing commissioning services starting with conceptual design, schematic, design development, construction documents, construction administration, and project close-out. The project will be designed and administered under State Construction Office requirements. The commissioning agent will be required to work closely with the design team, the CMR contractor, the sustainability consultant, and the owner. Contact Ronda Holland Telephone 704-216-3455 Email ronda.holland@rccc.edu Total Project Budget $45,000,000 Total Project Budget (inclusive of all soft costs) Source of Funds Rowan County Bond Approved OC-25 # Publish Date August 1, 2022 Closing Date August 30, 2022 @ 2:00 PM Submittal Packages should be transmitted to: Electronic submissions only (Read Receipt Requested) to: Email: Ronda Holland ronda.holland@rccc.edu NC Licensing Statement In order to offer commissioning or engineering services in response to this solicitation, the proposing firm must be properly licensed to practice Engineering in the State of North Carolina. More information on the North Carolina state boards may be found at the following websites: NC Board of Architecture: (http://www.ncbarch.org) NC Board of Examiners for Engineers & Surveyors: (http://www.ncbels.org) NC Board of Landscape Architects: (http://www.ncbola.org) mailto:ronda.holland@rccc.edu mailto:ronda.holland@rccc.edu http://www.ncbarch.org/ http://www.ncbels.org/ http://www.ncbola.org/ 121-080122JC It is the intent of Rowan-Cabarrus Community College to select a Commissioning firm for the project. In selecting the Commissioning Agent, the College’s Selection Committee will take into consideration qualifying factors such as: SELECTING CRITERIA In selecting the Commissioning Agent, the College’s Selection Committee will take into consideration qualifying factors addressed below with their relative weighting: 1. Expertise and previous experience in the commissioning of innovative, high-efficiency educational/institutional facilities (both Higher Education and K-12) within the State of North Carolina. 30% 2. Demonstrated understanding of requirements under which Rowan-Cabarrus Community College must execute its capital projects, including the RCCC Facilities Design Manual, the State Construction Manual and associated forms, NCCCS Capital Improvement Guide, and the State Construction Office (SCO) project administration, and plan review. 20% 3. Experience in the design, construction, and commissioning of energy efficient and sustainable buildings, with a particular emphasis on Passive House (PHIUS) and WELL Building design principles. 20% 4. Qualifications and experience of proposed staff and consultant team. 15% 5. Quality of the proposal, including the inclusion of all the Submittal Requirements addressed below. 10% 6. Familiarity with and proximity to the College. 5% 7. After Selection Committee Members’ votes have been tallied and averaged, one half (1/2) additional point will be awarded to Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) certified proposers. Teams with at least one HUB certified sub-consultant (necessary to support the effort of this contract), will be awarded one half (1/2) additional point. A maximum of one (1) additional point may be granted under this criterion. SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS Submit one (1) electronic copy of the submittal package in Adobe.pdf format. Electronic submissions only (Read Receipt Requested). Each package shall include, in the following order: 1. A Letter of Interest – no more than one page. Letter of interest should include Engineering License Number, E-Procure number, and SCO Vendor Number. 2. A commissioning approach for the project including Owner/Commissioning Team organizational chart. 3. A minimum of 3 (but no more than 6) single page (front and back) examples of similar projects with N.C. State Construction Office (SCO) administered projects. 4. 3 letters of recommendation from prior Higher Education clients, on their letterhead, for similar projects. 5. Resumes of key staff proposed to support the commissioning effort, including an indication of other projects on which that individual will be concurrently assigned, and those anticipated project completion dates. 6. Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) Certification for any entity proposed to support the effort of this contract. 7. Signed copy of all addendums issued to this advertisement. Electronic submissions only (Read Receipt Requested). 121-080122JC Attachment A Rowan-Cabarrus Community College Technology Education Complex DRAFT Owner’s Project Requirements April 19, 2022 121-080122JC Table of Contents Introduction.......... ................................................................................Pages 2 - 3 General Requirements...................................................................................................Pages 4 - 12 Technologies Building....................................42,000 SF..........................Pages 13 - 19 Automotive Building......................................34,000 SF..........................Pages 20 - 23 Fire Decontamination Building..........................4,400 SF...........................Pages 24 - 29 Career and College Promise Building.................18,000 SF...........................Pages 30 - 33 Fine Arts Building Renovation...........................9,000 SF...........................Pages 34 - 37 Supporting Documents Facility Design Manual, Version 1.1, November 2020 (Currently under Revision) Rowan-Cabarrus Community College North Campus Facility Master Plan, 2022 (Soon to be Completed) Rowan-Cabarrus Community College College Environment Division Department of Planning and Capital Projects 2022 121-080122JC Introduction This Draft RCCC Owner’s Project Requirements document is to capture, in writing, the initial concept for the $45,000,000 Bond-funded Technology Education Complex of buildings for Rowan-Cabarrus Community College’s North Campus in Salisbury, NC. These Owner’s Project Requirements shall inform prospective Architects, Construction Managers at Risk, Commissioning Agents, etc. on the goals and requirements the Owner has created for the project. They should use this document to evaluate their interest in the project, select their proposed teams, and guide the writing of their proposals in response to the Request for Proposals (RFP) to show their alignment with the Owner’s stated goals. The first task after selection and contracting with the Project Team will be finalizing of these Owner’s Project Requirements into the overarching document which will guide the project through completion. The Complex is envisioned to include the construction of 4 new buildings and renovation space within an existing building. These buildings are: 1. Technology Building – housing existing Welding, and Machining Technology Programs as well as a supporting new Metallurgy element. This building will include traditional classrooms, office space, student/faculty/staff support spaces, as well as flexible high and wide bay welding and machining- oriented lab spaces, which would include industrial equipment on which the students will train. This is envisioned to be a roughly 42,000 SF facility. 2. Automotive Building – housing the existing Automotive Technologies Program as well as supporting Heavy Diesel, Autobody, and Painting elements. This building will include traditional classrooms, office space, student/faculty/staff support spaces, as well as automotive lift and maintenance bays, which would include equipment and vehicles on which the students will train. This is envisioned to be a roughly 30,000 SF facility. 3. Career & College Promise Building – housing 8 classrooms, Administration, Cafeteria/Kitchen and multi-purpose spaces to support Early College High School and College/CTE Programs. This is envisioned to be a roughly 18,000 SF facility. 4. Fire Training Decontamination Station – housing spaces for training firefighters in the proper techniques for proper self and PPE decontamination. This is envisioned to be a roughly 3,500 SF facility. Adjacent to, or incorporated into, this facility will be a roughly 900 SF outdoor classroom shelter with restrooms and vending. 5. Renovation of roughly 9,000 SF within an existing building on North Campus for the Fine Arts Program. Specific goals for the project and individual buildings are addressed in this draft document. The scope of work will include, conceptual design, schematic design, design development, construction documents, construction administration, project close-out, warranty period management (1 year), and performance verification. Conceptual design phase will be performed under an initial contract with the option to extend to cover all subsequent phases. The project will include site development, building construction, fit-out yielding fully functional facilities. The Architect shall seek all required approvals, handle bidding, and administer the construction under a CM at Risk delivery model. The project will be designed and administered as a formal project under State Construction Office requirements. 121-080122JC 1. General Project Requirements 1.1. General Requirements 1.1.1. Owner Directives 1.1.1.1. All aspects of the project design shall comply with the College’s Facilities Design Manual. 1.1.1.2. Each facility will be designed with the goal to achieve total (including site) energy utilization of less than 30 EUI. 1.1.1.3. Ensure CO2 levels in classroom, lab, office, and meeting spaces do not exceed 750ppm through the prescriptive application goal of no less than 15 CFM per person in each discrete space. 1.1.1.4. The project will be conceptualized and designed in a highly integrated approach, with the Owner, Tenant, Architect, Construction Manager, and Commissioning Agent as equal partners in the effort. 1.1.1.5. As a formal project and over $2,000,000 the project will be administered under State Construction Office (SCO) requirements, however, the following will be required: 1.1.1.5.1. Use of standard RCCC Design Services Contract for Pre-Planning Phase. 1.1.1.5.2. Standard SCO Design Contract will be utilized for Design, Construction Administration, and Closeout Phases, with scope requirements of the Owner, beyond those of SCO, carried as Additional Services. 1.1.1.5.3. Use of SCO GC Prequalification, bidding, and contract documents. 1.1.1.6. Full 3rd party enhanced commissioning will be required, including the building envelope and peer review of Electrical and HVAC Plans. 1.1.1.7. The construction of the project will be accomplished by the Construction Manager at Risk delivery method. 1.1.2. Approvals 1.1.2.1. The project is located within the City Limits and Extraterritorial Jurisdiction of the City of Salisbury, NC, and will require the city’s development approval. 1.1.2.2. Rowan County is the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) and will issue Building Permits and perform building inspections. 1.1.2.3. Other Permits as required by AHJ. 1.1.2.4. SCO will perform plan review in addition to that performed by the local AHJ. 1.1.3. Standards: The design, construction, commissioning, and performance verification of the buildings will follow two particular sustainable design programs, key components of which will be determined during the pre-planning phase of design. They are: 1.1.3.1. WELL Building v2 from which the project will be required to address particular areas of concern, which are: 1.1.3.1.1. Air 1.1.3.1.2. Water 1.1.3.1.3. Light 1.1.3.1.4. Movement 1.1.3.1.5. Thermal Comfort 1.1.3.1.6. Sound 1.1.3.1.7. Materials 121-080122JC 1.1.3.2. The 2021 PHIUS Passive Building Standard will guide the design of all buildings, with the intent of seeking Certification under that standard. This will include meeting the following: 1.1.3.2.1. Passive Conservation Requirements; 1.1.3.2.2. Airtightness Requirements; 1.1.3.2.3. Active Conservation Requirements; 1.1.3.2.4. Renewable Energy Requirements; 1.1.3.2.5. Moisture Design Criteria. 1.1.3.3. FEMA P-361, Safe Rooms for Tornadoes and Hurricanes: Guidance for Community and Residential Safe Rooms, Third Edition (2015) shall guide the design of certain multi-use spaces within each building, capable of providing shelter space for the number of occupants of the building and shall be labeled in the documents as such and shall have appropriate signage. 1.1.4. Drawing Requirements: RCCC will require AutoCAD/vector-based editable copies of drawing files as well as PDF copies of all stages of project development from schematic design through project closeout. 1.1.5. Basis of Design 1.1.5.1. The Project will be designed using the November 2020 RCCC Design Manual. Any discrepancies between this document and the guidelines within the Design Manual shall be noted and discussed with the owner for verification. 1.1.5.2. Door hardware to use Allegion family of products (Schlage, Von Duprin, LCN, etc.) as the basis of design and as the Owner’s Preferred Alternate in Bid Documents. Keying system to be Schlage Everest “R” Small Format. Coordinate with Scott Adamczak with Allegion at (704.894.0728) to develop the door hardware schedule. 1.1.5.3. Electronic Access Control system shall be Avigilon, with installation by an authorized integrator. All associated hardware will be approved by Avigilon for integration into their system. Coordinate with Tommy McColgan at Magnum Security (803.566.3301) to develop the door hardware schedule. 1.1.5.4. Video Surveillance system will be IP Configure, and all cameras and associated hardware will be approved by IP Configure for integration into that system. 1.1.5.5. Fire Alarm and Mass Notification system will be an expansion of the North Campus Notifier voice annunciated fire alarm system, with installation by an authorized Notifier integrator. 1.1.5.6. Interior Wayfinding Signage will use the College Standard APCO Signs 1.1.5.7. Site furnishings (benches, trash cans, bollards, etc.) will use the College Standard ?????? as basis of design and as Owner’s Preferred Alternate in Bid Documents. 1.1.5.8. Emergency Phone/Camera Poles will use Talk-A-Phone Interior Emergency Phone and Exterior Emergency Phone/Camera Poles as the basis of design and as the Owner’s Preferred Alternate in Bid Documents. 1.1.5.9. Dual Level 2 (220V) Electric Vehicle Fee-For-Service Charging Stations will use the Charge Point CT4000 as the basis of design and as the Owner’s Preferred Alternate in Bid Documents. 1.1.5.10. Single Level 2 (220V) Electric Vehicle Shop and Fleet Vehicle Charging Stations will use the Charge Point CPF50 as the basis of design and as the Owner’s Preferred Alternate in Bid Documents. 1.2. General Building Requirements 121-080122JC 1.2.1. Building Aesthetic 1.2.1.1. The Technology, Automotive, and Career & College Promise Building will all be constructed in the Mid-Century Modern aesthetic, significantly coordinating with the existing buildings on campus utilizing rectangular block form, flat roofs, three colors of brick, and stacked manufactured stone accents. The facilities on the Fire Training Center will be utilitarian in design. 1.2.2. Structure 1.2.2.1. Vertical Structure 1.2.2.1.1. Varies Depending on Building. 1.2.2.2. Slabs 1.2.2.2.1. Slab on Grade: Cast in place concrete over insulation and membrane. 1.2.2.2.2. Elevated: Concrete fill on metal pan, hollow core concrete plank (w/ topping), or precast double “T” (w/ topping). 1.2.2.3. Roofs 1.2.2.3.1. Preferred low slope roof decks shall be concrete fill on metal pan, hollow core concrete plank (w/ topping), or precast double “T” (w/ topping). 1.2.2.3.2. Highly sloped roof areas, which are to be utilized only in building entry elements to assist in wayfinding, may be metal deck. 1.2.3. Envelope 1.2.3.1. Walls: Masonry, preferably in a natural (unpainted) finish with architectural enhancement to blend with the North Campus aesthetic. 1.2.3.2. Highly insulated and sealed at the perimeter to control the movement of heat, vapor, air, and free water. 1.2.3.3. Fenestration: 1.2.3.3.1. Windows – Thermally broken aluminum window system with insulated, low E glass. 1.2.3.3.2. Window Shading systems 1.2.3.3.3. Classrooms and Conference Rooms will be provided with roll-down, duel translucent and black-out shades. 1.2.3.3.4. Other spaces will be provided with roll-down translucent shades. 1.2.3.3.5. Storefront – Thermally broken, insulated, Low E glass 1.2.3.3.6. Storefront Doors – Wide Stile, Insulated, Low E Glass, configured for electric hardware, piano hinges, power transfer, stainless steel hardware 1.2.3.3.7. Steel Doors – Insulated, galvanized, morticed hardware, configured for electric hardware, anti-tamper hardware 1.2.3.4. Roofs 1.2.3.4.1. Highly insulated and sealed at the perimeter to control the movement of heat, vapor, air, and free water. 1.2.3.5. Factor passive bird deterrent into the design of all potential nuisance areas. 1.2.4. Interior 1.2.4.1. Walls 1.2.4.1.1. CMU Walls for lab spaces. Sealed and Painted 1.2.4.1.2. GWB walls in general classrooms, offices, and corridors. Painted 1.2.4.1.3. Glazed Ceramic Tile on restroom walls to the ceiling. These walls should be patterned with no less than two colors. 121-080122JC 1.2.4.2. Ceilings – Shall be appropriate for the use of the space and shall consider: 1.2.4.2.1. Sound Control 1.2.4.2.2. Maintainability 1.2.4.2.3. Cost Efficiency. 1.2.4.2.4. Aesthetics 1.2.4.3. Stairs 1.2.4.3.1. If provided, the main stair (located in the Lobby) is intended to be the primary path of vertical movement through the building. As such it should be welcoming and open. This stair will have a floor finish matching that installed in the Lobby. 1.2.4.3.2. Secondary (Egress) stairs will have natural lighting and utilitarian finishes. 1.2.4.4. Floors 1.2.4.4.1. Polished Concrete –Shall be the standard for all buildings in high traffic public spaces, Classrooms, and Break Rooms. This system shall be designed by an expert in these systems. 1.2.4.4.2. Carpet Tiles - Office Space, Conference Rooms, Computer Classrooms, 1.2.4.4.3. Porcelain Tile - Restrooms with an appropriate underlayment to avoid cracking shall be considered for all restrooms. 1.2.4.4.4. Sealed Concrete – shall be used in Labs and back-of-house spaces such as Custodial Closets, Storage Rooms, Mechanical Rooms, Electrical Rooms, Data Facilities, etc. 1.2.4.4.5. Resilient Flooring – where appropriate, consider a sustainable resilient flooring material such as linoleum, or limestone dust-based (Armstrong Eco-Tech or similar). 1.2.4.5. Interior Fenestration 1.2.4.5.1. Doors: Shall be solid wood 1.1.1.1.1. Doors to labs and associated storage rooms shall be a minimum of 40” wide. 1.1.1.1.2. Door Frames: Shall be hollow metal 1.1.1.1.3. To include sidelights on all Classroom, Lab, Conference, and Office Spaces. Sidelights shall be no more than 12” in width and should have panes no larger than 200 square inches. Panes located such that they could be broken out to open the door should be shatter-resistant 1.1.1.1.4. Where appropriate doors should have transom lights to move natural daylight from the perimeter into interior spaces. 1.1.1.1.5. Interior Windows: Interior Windows are to have hollow metal frames. Where appropriate to mitigate sound, double-paned glass shall be utilized. 1.1.1.1.6. Window Shading systems: Windows between classrooms, conference rooms, etc., and labs will be provided with window blinds. 1.2.4.6. Fit Out 1.2.4.6.1. All classrooms and conference rooms to receive chair rail. 1.2.4.6.2. All countertops are to be a solid surface material. 1.2.5. Systems 1.2.5.1. General: 121-080122JC 1.2.5.1.1. Install individual metering into all utilities servicing each building. Meters should tie into the Campus BAS. 1.2.5.2. Lighting 1.2.5.2.1. LED lighting throughout. 1.2.5.2.2. LED area wall packs and floodlights on building exterior. 1.2.5.2.3. Consider lighting temperatures that are appropriate to the needs of the application. 1.2.5.3. Electric: 1.2.5.3.1. A percentage of electrical receptacles in public spaces shall include USB charging. 1.2.5.4. Chill and Hot Water Plant 1.2.5.4.1. A central geothermal chiller plant with heat recovery hot water heating will be constructed to serve the chill and hot water needs of the majority of the buildings in the Complex via chill and hot water loops. This system will be designed, the physical space will be sized, and the equipment of the plant specified to be capable of being expanded as new buildings are constructed in the area. 1.2.5.4.2. Smaller buildings, and those located such that they cannot efficiently connect to the chill and hot water loops will be provided with geothermal heat pump systems with heat recovery hot water heating. 1.2.5.4.3. Geothermal well fields will be located under paved parking areas. These fields will be designed such that they can be expanded if the system needs to be enlarged. 1.2.5.4.4. The Chill and Hot Water Plant and any Mechanical Room(s) will be designed to facilitate the maintenance and replacement of equipment. 1.2.5.5. Ventilation 1.2.5.5.1. Provide a zoned hydronic 4 pipe HVAC System, ideally served from. 1.2.5.5.2. Mechanical Room(s) will be designed to facilitate the maintenance and replacement of equipment. 1.2.5.5.3. Controls to be Tridium Niagara integrated into the existing North Campus Building Management System. 1.2.5.5.4. Classrooms, Conference Rooms, and Office Spaces should be serviced by a displacement method ventilation designed to ensure CO2 levels in classroom, lab, office, and meeting spaces do not exceed 750ppm through the prescriptive application goal of no less than 15 CFM per person in each discrete space. 1.2.5.5.5. High Volume Low-Speed Fans will be considered for efficient movement of air in large volume lab spaces. These shall be equipped with occupancy sensors and other controls to ensure they only operate when needed. 1.2.5.5.6. Ensure the differing exhaust ventilation requirements for all lab spaces are addressed very carefully. 1.2.5.6. Plumbing 1.2.5.6.1. Provide hose bibs at strategic locations on the exterior of each building. 1.2.5.6.2. Provide interior hose bibs in Lab and other spaces where appropriate. 121-080122JC 1.2.5.6.3. Eye wash stations shall be installed in Lab spaces, where appropriate. Sloped flooring drains shall be installed to support eye wash stations. 1.2.5.7. Life Safety: 1.2.5.7.1. Fire Alarm: Provide a fully functional (all points and sensors) voice annunciated Fire Alarm System with Mass Notification. System to comply with State Construction Office Requirements. System shall integrate into the existing campus-wide system. 1.2.5.7.2. Mass Notification: Provide a fully functioning Emergency Mass Notification System integrated into the existing campus-wide system. Mass notification shall be ADA compliant (audible and visual), with strategically placed digital message boards. Include one central dispatch/control station to be located at the Owner’s direction. 1.2.5.7.3. Fire Sprinkling: All buildings will be fire sprinkled. Systems to comply with State Construction Office Requirements. 1.2.5.8. Data/Telecommunications: 1.2.5.8.1. Data Network: Provide extension from the nearest existing main (not branch) fiber-optic data trunk into a Main Distribution Facility (MDF) strategically located within the building. 1.2.5.8.2. Provide all data conduit, cabling, terminations, racks, and associated permanently installed equipment (UPS, etc.). 1.2.5.8.3. Provide fully functioning Electronic Access Control integrated into the existing campus-wide system. 1.2.5.8.4. Provide fully functioning Video Surveillance integrated into the existing campus-wide system. 1.3. Site Requirements (General) 1.3.1. Landscaping: Include a diverse, native-focused, landscaping package around the site, including parking lot islands. The landscaping package should blend with existing campus landscaping. 1.3.2. Provide Emergency Phone/Camera/Speaker Poles: Strategically locate these in an ADA accessible curbed island in each parking lot adjacent to each facility. Infrastructure should include power and data from the nearest building, ideally within 300 feet of the MDF inside the facility so that standard copper data cable may be used. 1.3.3. Electric Vehicle Charging Stations: Two, duel, Level 2 (220V) Electric Vehicle Charging Stations shall be installed in close proximity to each building. Charging stations will be fee-for-service. These shall be enrolled in the ChargePoint network under the College’s subscription. 1.3.4. Site furnishings: Benches, tables, chairs, trash cans, bollards, etc. shall be located strategically on the Site Plan, and shall be furnished and installed by the Contractor. All to be secured to a slab/foundation. 1.3.5. Sidewalks: Sidewalks will connect the building and parking lot to the network of campus sidewalks. 1.4. Roadway, Drives, and Parking Lots 1.4.1. Roadways 1.4.1.1. Roadway extensions shall be connected to the existing roads to provide a logical, efficient flow of traffic through and around the campus while minimizing pedestrian crossings. 121-080122JC 1.4.1.2. Carefully consider the use of heavy-duty pavement to support the traffic through the campus. 1.4.1.3. Sidewalks will be constructed along every roadway connecting to the sidewalk/path network on the campus. 1.4.1.4. Bus Stop - A single bus shelter, will be provided at a central location on the campus. The shelter shall have a translucent enclosure on three sides with solar-powered lights and USB charging outlets. 1.4.2. Driveways: Drives serving buses, deliveries, and waste removal will be constructed from heavy-duty pavement designed for the appropriate number of daily trips. 1.4.3. Parking 1.4.3.1. Parking space count shall be in accordance with the local development ordinance for buildings. Consideration should be given to consolidating the majority of these spaces into centralized lots serving the needs of the campus. 1.4.3.2. Parking shall be divided into Standard, Compact, Handicapped, and Electric Vehicle Parking. 1.4.3.3. Parking lot lighting shall be served and controlled from the adjacent building. 1.4.3.4. Permeable paving will be considered where appropriate. 1.5. Utility Extensions: Utility extensions shall be located to minimize the impact on future roadways and structures, while providing necessary access points and pull boxes for shutoffs, maintenance, and new installations. 1.5.1. Electrical Power: Each facility will be served by its own electrical transformer and will be separately metered. 1.5.2. Potable Water: Each facility will be served by a separately metered connection to the water main serving the College. 1.5.3. Fire Main: Each facility will be served by a separately metered connection to the fire main serving the College. 1.5.4. Irrigation Water 1.5.4.1. Each facility will be served by a separately metered connection to the water main serving the College. 1.5.4.2. The use of irrigation should minimize through the thoughtful selection of planting and turf, swales, etc. 1.5.5. Storm Water 1.5.5.1. All stormwater generated on the site will be treated onsite before being introduced into the North Campus Storm Water System. 1.5.5.2. Necessary stormwater detention/retention ponds will be carefully designed to become campus amenities that protect and enhance the groundwater, natural wetlands, and streams on campus. 1.5.6. Sewer: Sewer will be extended to each site from the sewer main. 1.5.7. Gas 1.5.7.1. Prefer electric water heating offset by solar PV installations. 1.5.7.2. Where required, provide a separately metered natural gas service to each facility. 1.5.8. Data: Each facility will be served by a branch line from the College network fiber optic data backbone into MDF. 1.5.9. Solar: Each facility shall have rooftop and parking lot canopy solar installations as part of the project design. Ideally, these will be sized to completely offset the electrical power requirements of the buildings. 121-080122JC 2. TECHNOLOGY BUILDING – 42,000 SF 2.1. General Description: The project includes a new roughly 42,000 square foot building to house the Machining and Welding Programs. It is envisioned to be a single-story (perhaps with a 2 story classroom element), slab-on-grade structure. This building will include traditional classrooms, office space, student/faculty/staff support spaces, as well as welding and flexible high and wide bay machining oriented lab spaces, which would include industrial equipment on which the students will train. There will be labs to support a metallurgy supporting program. 2.2. Stakeholder’s Functional Needs/Wants 2.2.1. Machining Program 2.2.2. Welding Program 2.2.3. Division of Continuing Education 2.2.4. Division of College Environment 2.2.5. The President’s Office 2.3. Project Specific Elements 2.3.1. Space Program Count Description Section Capacity NSF/ Occupant Item Area (SF) Total Area (SF) Notes Building Core 1 Lobby 100 5 500 500 1 Men's Public Restroom 8 20 160 160 1 Woman's Public Restroom 8 20 160 160 1 Unisex Public Restroom 1 80 80 80 1 Mothers Privacy Room 1 80 80 80 1 Lockers 1 300 300 300 1 Electrical Switch Gear Room 1 140 140 140 1 Electrical Room 1 60 60 60 1 Chiller Room 1 400 400 400 1 Mechanical Room 1 200 200 200 1 Air Compressor Room 1 120 120 120 121-080122JC 1 Data/Telephone (MDF) 1 150 150 150 1 Custodial Equip/Storage 1 200 200 200 1 Custodial Closet 1 100 100 100 Subtotal 2,650 Circulation and Walls 480 18% Gross Area Total 3,200 Faculty Support Spaces 1 Waiting (4 Seats) 4 30 120 120 1 Dean's Office 1 150 150 150 1 Admin/Reception 1 90 90 90 1 Medium Conf. Room 15 25 375 375 1 Sm. Conf. Room 4 25 100 100 1 Work/Break Room 10 40 400 400 1 Welding Program Chair Office 1 125 125 125 1 Welding Full-Time Instructor Cubicles Area 2 100 200 200 1 Welding Part Time Instructor Cubicles Area 2 75 150 150 1 Welding Admin Storage 1 60 60 60 1 Mach. Program Chair Office 1 125 125 125 1 Mach. Full-Time Instructor Cubicles Area 2 100 200 200 1 Mach. Part-Time Instructor Cubicles Area 2 75 150 150 1 Other Program Chair Office 1 120 120 120 1 Other Faculty Cubicles 6 125 750 750 Subtotal 3,115 Circulation and Walls 570 18% 121-080122JC Gross Area Total 3,700 Student Support 2 Informal Collaboration Space 8 20 160 320 1 Computer Area 4 20 80 80 1 Vending Area 10 12 120 120 1 Student Lounge 25 15 375 375 Subtotal 895 Circulation and Walls 170 18% Gross Area Total 1,100 Shared Classrooms 3 Small General Classrooms 20 30 600 1,800 1 Seminar Room 40 25 1000 1,000 EOC/Storm shelter 1 Classroom Storage 1 N/A 200 200 1 Computer Classroom 20 35 700 700 1 Computer Classroom Storage 1 N/A 200 200 1 CAD/CAM Classroom 20 35 700 700 1 CAD/CAM Classroom Storage 1 N/A 200 200 Subtotal 4,800 Circulation and Walls 870 18% Gross Area Total 5,700 Shared Lab Support Spaces 1 Lobby 1 200 200 200 1 Lab Coordinator Office 1 120 120 120 1 Robotics 20 45 900 900 Robotics, PLCs 1 Open Workshop 20 45 900 900 1 Equipment/Tool Room 1 400 400 400 121-080122JC 1 Metal Stock Materials Storage 1 1000 1,000 1,000 1 Metal Shop 10 100 1,000 1,000 Water jet, plasma table, drills, lathes, breaks, etc. 1 3D Printing 20 45 900 900 2 Paint Spray Booth 1 100 100 200 1 Photo Studio 4 50 200 200 1 Wood Shop 10 75 750 750 Saws, lathes, drills, etc. 1 Wood Storage 1 200 200 200 1 Flammable Liquids Storage 1 200 200 200 1 Metal Recycling 1 200 200 200 Subtotal 7,170 Circulation and Walls 1,150 16% Gross Area Total 8,400 Labs 2 Basic Welding Lab 25 125 3,125 6,250 Adjacent to Basic Machining 1 Basic Welding Lab Project Storage 1 200 200 200 1 Advanced Welding Lab 20 100 2,000 2,000 1 Advanced Welding Lab Project Storage 1 200 200 200 1 Welding Materials Storage 1 200 200 200 1 Welding Project Storage 1 200 200 200 1 Welding Tools Storage 1 200 200 200 1 Welding Simulator Lab 20 50 1,000 1,000 1 Welding Simulator Lab Equipment Storage 1 200 200 200 121-080122JC 1 Flammable Gas Storage 1 200 200 200 Subtotal Program Space 10,650 Circulation and Walls 1,920 18% Gross Area Total 12,600 Labs 1 Basic Machine Shop Lab 20 145 2,900 2,900 Should be adjacent to Basic Welding 1 Basic Machine Shop Lab Project Storage 1 200 200 200 1 Basic Machine Shop Lab Tool Storage 1 200 200 200 1 Advanced Machine Shop Lab 20 100 2,000 2,000 1 Advanced Machine Shop Lab Project Storage 1 200 200 200 1 Equipment Storage 1 200 200 200 1 Machining Project Storage 1 200 200 200 1 Machining Tool Storage 1 200 200 200 1 Machining Material Storage 1 200 200 200 Subtotal Program Space 6,300 2.3.2. Building Requirements 2.3.2.1. Structure 2.3.2.1.1. Vertical Structure: Structures will be designed such that they will mitigate vibration and sounds associated with both building and lab equipment and systems. 2.3.2.1.2. Slabs: Slabs in the labs will have flatness tolerance and weight carrying capacity sufficient to meet the requirements of the industrial equipment that will be housed in those spaces. 2.3.2.2. Envelope: ??? 2.3.2.3. Interior 2.3.2.3.1. Walls 2.3.2.3.2. Interior Fenestration 2.3.2.3.2.1. Doors: Shall be insulated hollow metal. Painted. 2.3.2.4. Systems 2.3.2.5. Chiller Plant 2.3.2.5.1. The building will house a central geothermal chiller plant to provide both chill and hot water, via chill and hot water piping loops to all the buildings in the vicinity. This system will be designed to be capable of being expanded as new buildings are constructed in the area. 121-080122JC 2.3.2.6. Ventilation 2.3.2.6.1. High Volume Low-Speed Fans will be installed in large volume high ceiling Labs to provide efficient movement of air. These shall be equipped with occupancy sensors and other controls to ensure they only operate when needed. 2.3.2.6.2. Ensure the differing exhaust ventilation requirements for all lab spaces are addressed very carefully. 2.3.3. Site Requirements 2.3.3.1. 121-080122JC 3. AUTOMOTIVE BUILDING – 34,000 SF 3.1. General Description: The project includes a new roughly 34,000 square foot building to house the existing Automotive Technologies Program as well as supporting Autobody and Painting elements. This building will include traditional classrooms, office space, student/faculty/staff support spaces, as well as automotive lift bays, which would include equipment on which the students will train. 3.2. Stakeholder’s Functional Needs/Wants 3.2.1. Automotive Program 3.2.2. Division of Continuing Education 3.2.3. Division of College Environment 3.2.4. The President’s Office 3.3. Project Specific Elements 3.3.1. Space Program Count Description Section Capacity NSF/ Occupant Item Area (SF) Total Area (SF) Notes Core 1 Lobby 100 3 300 300 1 Men's Public Restroom 6 20 120 120 1 Woman's Public Restroom 6 20 120 120 1 Unisex Public Restroom 1 80 80 80 1 Mothers Privacy Room 1 80 80 80 1 Electrical Room 1 120 120 120 1 Mechanical Room 1 200 200 200 1 Air Compressor Room 1 80 80 80 1 Data/Telephone (MDF) 1 100 100 100 1 Custodial Equip/Storage 1 100 100 100 1 Custodial Closet 1 60 60 60 Subtotal 1,060 Circulation and Walls 200 18% Gross Area Total 1,300 Faculty Support Spaces 121-080122JC 1 Program Chair Office 1 150 150 150 1 Full-time Faculty Cubicles 4 100 400 400 1 Part Time Faculty Cubicles 6 80 480 480 1 Sm. Conf. Room 6 25 150 150 1 Work/Break Room 10 40 400 400 Subtotal 1,580 Circulation and Walls 290 18% Gross Area Total 1,900 Student Support 1 Informal Collaboration Space 8 20 160 160 1 Vending Area 3 30 90 90 3 Vending Machines, Counter, Sink, Microwave 1 Student Lounge 10 20 200 200 Subtotal Program Space 450 Circulation and Walls 90 18% Gross Area Total 600 Shared Classrooms 1 Large Classroom 30 25 750 750 Movable partition splitting space, two technology packages. 2 Large Classroom Storage 1 N/A 40 80 2 Small General Classroom 20 25 500 1,000 2 Small Classroom Storage 1 N/A 20 40 1 Computer Classroom 20 35 700 700 Storm Shelter located in the interior of the building 1 Computer Classroom Storage 1 N/A 200 200 Subtotal 2,770 121-080122JC Circulation and Walls 420 15% Gross Area Total 3,200 Labs 1 Automotive Service Lab 12 1100 13,200 13,900 10 Auto Lifts, 2 light Truck Lifts plush 700 sf Equipment Storage 1 Automotive Mechanics Lab 20 50 1,000 1,000 1 Large Material Storage 1 300 300 300 1 Small Material Storage 1 100 100 100 1 Drive Train Lab 20 50 1,000 1,000 Internal Combustion and Electric 2 Drive Train Lab Large Material Storage 1 250 250 500 1 Body Repair Lab 20 100 2,000 2,000 1 Body Repair Large Equipment Storage 1 250 250 250 1 Body Repair Lab Material Storage 1 150 150 150 2 Painting Booth 8 75 600 1,200 2 Paint Prep Room 8 75 600 1,200 2 Paint Prep Storage 1 250 250 500 1 Flammable Liquids Storage 1 200 200 200 1 Tool Storage 1 200 200 200 Subtotal 22,500 Circulation and Walls 3,400 15% Gross Area Total 25,900 3.3.2. Building Requirements 3.3.2.1. Structure 3.3.2.1.1. Vertical Structure: Structures will be designed such that they will mitigate vibration and sounds associated with both building and lab equipment and systems. 3.3.2.1.2. Slabs: Slabs in the labs will have flatness tolerance and weight carrying capacity sufficient to meet the requirements of the industrial equipment that will be housed in those spaces. 3.3.2.2. Envelope: ??? 121-080122JC 3.3.2.3. Interior 3.3.2.3.1. Walls 3.3.2.3.2. Interior Fenestration 3.3.2.3.2.1. Doors: Shall be insulated hollow metal. Painted. 3.3.2.4. Systems 3.3.2.5. Ventilation 3.3.2.5.1. High Volume Low-Speed Fans will be installed in large volume high ceiling Labs to provide efficient movement of air. These shall be equipped with occupancy sensors and other controls to ensure they only operate when needed. 3.3.2.5.2. Ensure the differing exhaust ventilation requirements for all lab spaces are addressed very carefully. 3.3.3. Site Requirements 3.3.3.1. 121-080122JC 4. CAREER & COLLEGE PROMISE BUILDING – 18,000 SF 4.1. General Description: This is a new Career & College Promise Building on the North Campus of Rowan-Cabarrus Community College. The facility will be owned by the College, but occupied, as tenants, by Rowan-Salisbury Schools. It will house the Rowan County Early College, as well as touch- down space and administrative support for high school students arriving on campus to take advantage of the College's advanced career and technical education courses. This roughly 18,000 square foot building will house a minimum of seven General Classrooms, one Science Classroom, Administrative Offices, a Cafetorium, a multipurpose space, and a CTE Resource Center. This facility will be distinctly different from a more typical Rowan County High School in that there are none of the facilities which normally support high school extracurricular activities (stadium, athletic fields, auditorium, etc.). The facility will be designed, such that the classroom spaces could be doubled with a future expansion. Building and Site Plans should identify the location of this future expansion wing. The facility will share key core spaces with the College, such as auditorium, computer rooms, and chemistry labs. 4.2. Stakeholder’s Functional Needs/Wants 4.2.1. Rowan-Salisbury Schools 4.2.2. Division of Academic Programs 4.2.3. Division of College Environment 4.2.4. The President’s Office 4.3. Project Specific Elements 4.3.1. Space Program Count Description Section Capacity NSF/ Occupant Item Area (SF) Total Area (SF) Notes Core 1 Lobby 30 8 240 240 2 Men's Public Restroom 6 20 120 240 2 Woman's Public Restroom 6 20 120 240 1 Faculty Restroom 1 80 80 80 1 Mothers Privacy Room 1 80 80 80 1 Electrical Room 1 60 60 60 1 Mechanical Room 1 250 250 250 1 Data/Telephone 1 80 80 80 1 Custodial Equip/Storage 1 100 100 100 121-080122JC 1 Maintenance Equip/Storage 1 100 100 100 Subtotal 1,470 Circulation and Walls 270 18% Gross Area Total 1,800 Administrative Offices 1 Security Vestibule 6 10 60 60 1 Waiting (8 Seats) 6 30 180 180 1 Attendance/Reception 1 50 50 50 1 School Secretary 1 90 90 90 1 Principal's Office 1 200 200 200 1 Councilor's Office 1 125 125 125 1 Campus Resource Officer Office 1 100 100 100 1 College Liaison Office 1 125 125 125 1 Clinic 2 60 120 120 1 Clinic Storage 1 30 30 30 1 Medium Conf. Room 12 20 240 240 1 Records Vault/ Student Records 1 200 200 200 1 Teacher Planning Room 8 30 240 240 1 Work Room 6 20 120 120 Sink, Cabinets, Printer, Work Tables 1 Administrative Storage 1 100 100 100 Subtotal Administration 1,980 Circulation and Walls 360 18% Gross Area Total 2,400 Cafeteria 1 Cafeteria Office 1 100 100 100 121-080122JC 1 Kitchen/Serving Area 3 250 750 750 1 Scullery 1 100 100 100 1 Dry Storage 1 150 150 150 1 Freezer/Cooler 1 80 80 80 1 Dining 50 30 1500 1,500 Storm Shelter 1 Stage 20 20 400 400 Storm Shelter 1 Table & Chair Storage 1 N/A 200 200 1 Multi-Purpose Room 25 30 750 750 Subtotal 4,030 Circulation and Walls 610 15% Gross Area Total 4,700 Student Support 1 Informal Collaboration Space 10 20 200 200 1 CTE Resource Center 30 30 900 900 Touchdown space for CTE student being bussed to and from campus. 1 Resource Center Office 1 100 100 100 1 Computer Area 6 20 120 120 Subtotal Program Space 1,320 Circulation and Walls 240 18% Gross Area Total 1,600 Early College Students 250 7 General Classrooms 25 30 750 6,000 1 General Science Lab 25 30 750 750 121-080122JC 8 Classroom Storage 1 10 10 80 1 General Storage 1 60 60 60 Subtotal 6,140 Circulation and Walls 1,230 20% (lockers in corridors) Gross Area Total 7,400 4.3.2. Building Requirements 4.3.2.1. Structure 4.3.2.1.1. Perimeter: Prefer precast, or tilt-wall solid masonry walls, with architectural enhancement to blend with the North Campus aesthetic. 4.3.2.1.2. Interior structural grid: Structural steel or precast concrete. 4.3.2.1.3. The building will include a covered gathering space to serve as end-of- day pick-up staging, covered PE area, and informal outdoor collaboration area. This area will include storage for PE equipment and traffic cones/barricades. 4.3.2.2. Interior 4.3.2.2.1. Interior Fenestration 4.3.2.2.1.1. Doors: Shall be solid wood in veneer. 4.3.2.3. Systems 4.3.2.4. Ventilation 4.3.2.4.1. Ventilation needs of this facility will be met by a stand-alone modular ground source heat pump system with heat recovery hot water heating. 4.3.2.4.2. High Volume Low-Speed Fans will be installed in large volume high ceiling such as a Cafetorium and Outdoor Covered Area to provide efficient movement of air. These shall be equipped with occupancy sensors and other controls to ensure they only operate when needed. 4.3.2.4.3. Ensure the exhaust ventilation requirements for the Science Lab is addressed very carefully. 4.3.3. Site Requirements 4.3.3.1. Athletic Field: An athletic playfield will be provided on the site. Field should be graded to provide a safe, natural turf, surface conducive to non-specific physical education play. 4.3.3.2. Signage 4.3.3.2.1. Provide a Monument ID Sign identifying the building as the “Rowan County Early College” to comply with RCCC and RSS requirements. Sign should have an associated electronic message board which will be controlled by the school. 4.3.3.2.2. Move the existing “Spirit Rock” to an appropriate location on the site. 4.3.3.3. Driveways 4.3.3.3.1. Drives shall be configured to provide parent pick-up stacking for roughly 40 average passenger vehicles. This drive will be signed and marked to facilitate orderly pick-up; 4.3.3.3.2. Separate from the parent stacking, and with no conflicting crossing traffic movements, provide bus stacking for roughly 10 standard sized school 121-080122JC buses. This path will be constructed from heavy duty pavement designed for the appropriate number of daily trips. 4.3.3.3.3. Drives to the Kitchen and Dumpster area will be constructed from heavy duty pavement designed for the appropriate number of daily trips. 4.3.3.4. Parking 4.3.3.4.1. Roughly 110 Parking spaces should be provided 4.3.3.4.2. Parking shall be divided into Standard, Compact, Handicapped, and Electric Vehicle Parking. 4.3.3.4.3. Parking lot lighting shall be served and controlled from the building. 4.3.3.5. Specific Utilities Extensions 4.3.3.5.1. All utility accounts to be set up in the name of Rowan-Salisbury School System. 4.3.3.5.2. In addition to the RCCC campus data network, provide extension from the RSS fiber optic data trunk into the MDF. 121-080122JC 5. FIRE DECONTAMINATION BUILDING & TRAINING PAVILION – 4,400 SF 5.1. General Description: The project, is located on the site of the Rowan-Cabarrus, North Campus, Fire Training Center. The project includes: 5.1.1. Decontamination Building: A new roughly 3,500 square foot building to house a decontamination station for the adjacent Burn Building. Decontamination Station includes Undressing Rooms, Showers, Dressing Rooms, Laundry, and associated spaces. 5.1.2. Outdoor Classroom and Restrooms Pavilion: A new roughly 900 square foot outdoor classroom pavilion (possibly attached to the Decontamination Building) to house restrooms to serve the entire Training Facility, as well as provide an outdoor (open sides) covered classroom space, storage, and vending. 5.2. Stakeholder’s Functional Needs/Wants 5.2.1. Fire Training Program 5.2.2. Division of Continuing Education 5.2.3. Division of College Environment 5.2.4. The President’s Office 5.3. Project Specific Elements 5.3.1. Space Program Site Count Description Section Capacity NSF/ Occupant Item Area (SF) Total Area (SF) Notes Decontamination 2 Laundry Receiving 1 40 40 80 1 Laundry 1 (Washers) 5 80 400 400 5 Washer/ Extractors 1 Laundry 2 (Dryers) 5 80 400 400 5 Dryers 2 Laundry Distribution 1 40 40 80 1 Men's Undressing Room 20 15 300 300 1 Women's Undressing Room 20 15 300 300 1 Men's Showers 20 5 100 100 1 Women's Showers 20 5 100 100 1 Men's Dressing 20 25 500 500 Lockers and Toilets 1 Women's Dressing 20 25 500 500 Lockers and Toilets 2 Air Lock 1 40 40 80 1 Entrance Lobby 5 50 250 250 121-080122JC 1 Exit Lobby 3 50 150 150 1 Custodial 1 100 100 100 1 Laundry Storage 1 150 150 150 Subtotal Labs 3,490 Circulation and Walls 30 15% Gross Area Total 3,600 Outdoor Classroom 10 Individual Toilet Rooms 1 30 30 300 1 Combined Washroom 10 24 240 240 1 Classroom 25 20 500 500 1 Vending 1 60 60 60 1 Storage 1 200 200 200 900 5.3.2. Building Requirements 5.3.2.1. Structure 5.3.2.1.1. Walls: Prefer precast, or tilt-wall solid masonry walls, but acceptable as a CMU structure in a utilitarian design. 5.3.2.1.2. Roof: Prefer Pre-cast Double “T”, but precast concrete plank would be acceptable. 5.3.2.1.3. Shelter Space: The building shall be designated as shelter space serving the entire Fire Training Center. It shall be constructed to FEMA P-361, Safe Rooms for Tornadoes and Hurricanes: Guidance for Community and Residential Safe Rooms, Third Edition (2015) 5.3.2.2. Interior 5.3.2.2.1. Interior Walls: CMU. Sealed with Epoxy Paint 5.3.2.2.2. Glazed Ceramic Tile (or Glazed Concrete Block) on restroom and shower room walls to the ceiling. These walls should be patterned with no less than two colors. 5.3.2.2.3. Ceilings: Exposed Structure. Painted 5.3.2.2.4. Floors: Polished Concrete throughout the interior with stained and sealed concrete floor for the Outdoor Classroom. 5.3.2.2.5. Interior Fenestration 5.3.2.2.5.1. Doors: Insulated Hollow Metal. Painted. 5.3.2.3. Systems 5.3.2.3.1. Ventilation 5.3.2.3.1.1. The building will be conditioned using a high-efficiency Heat Pump Unit. 121-080122JC 5.3.2.3.1.2. Consider the most efficient approach to heating water to support the buildings. Consider either roof mounted solar thermal hot water heating with storage tank and electric water heaters; or roof mounted solar electric PV with electric water heaters or a combination of both. 5.3.2.3.1.3. High Volume Low-Speed Fans will be installed in large volume, high ceiling spaces to provide efficient movement of air. These shall be equipped with occupancy sensors and other controls to ensure they only operate when needed. 5.3.2.3.1.4. Ensure the exhaust ventilation requirements for the building is addressed very carefully. 5.3.2.3.2. Plumbing 5.3.2.3.2.1. Provide hose bibs at strategic locations on exterior of building and in the Shower Room where appropriate. 5.3.2.3.2.2. Floor drains and appropriate sloping of floors shall be installed in the where appropriate. 5.3.2.3.3. Life Safety: 5.3.2.3.3.1. Fire Alarm: Install voice annunciated Fire Alarm System with Mass Notification capability. System to comply with State Construction Office Requirements. 5.3.2.3.3.2. Mass Notification: Mass notification shall be ADA compliant (audible and visual). This will serve as the communications hub for the entire Fire Training Center 5.3.2.3.4. Data/Telecommunications: This building will serve as the Data and Communications “hub” for the Fire Training Center. 5.3.2.4. Equipment 5.3.2.4.1. Washer Extractors, Dryers, and specialty PPE drying racks will be incorporated into the design of the building but will be provided by Owner for installation by the contractor. 5.3.2.4.2. Lockers will be incorporated into the design of the building. 5.3.3. Site Requirements 5.3.3.1. Parking 5.3.3.1.1. A row of parking will be provided on all drive frontages adjacent to the buildings. 5.3.3.1.2. Parking lot lighting shall be served and controlled from the building. 121-080122JC 6. FINE ARTS RENOVATION – 9,000 SF 6.1. General Description: This project takes a yet-to-be-identified existing spaces on North Campus and remodels them into the home of the college's Art and Design Programs 6.2. Stakeholder’s Functional Needs/Wants 6.2.1. Fire Training Program 6.2.2. Division of Continuing Education 6.2.3. Division of College Environment 6.2.4. The President’s Office 6.3. Project Specific Elements 6.3.1. Space Program Count Description Section Capacity NSF/ Occupant Item Area (SF) Total Area (SF) Notes Core 1 Lobby/Gallery Space 1 500 500 500 1 Men's Public Restroom 3 20 60 60 Not required if facility is already code compliant. 1 Woman's Public Restroom 3 20 60 60 1 Unisex Public Restroom 1 80 80 80 1 Mothers Privacy Room 1 60 60 60 1 Electrical Room 1 80 80 80 1 Mechanical Room 1 130 130 130 1 Data/Telephone (MDF) 1 80 80 80 1 Custodial Equip/Storage 1 150 150 150 Subtotal 1,200 Circulation and Walls 180 15% Gross Area Total 1,400 Faculty Support Spaces 1 Program Chair Office 1 120 120 120 1 Sm. Conf. Room 4 25 100 100 1 Work/Break Room 4 30 120 120 121-080122JC 1 Faculty Studio Space 6 120 720 720 Faculty Office Space Subtotal 1,060 Circulation and Walls 160 15% Gross Area Total 1,300 Student Support 1 Informal Collaboration Space 6 25 150 150 1 Vending Area 1 50 50 50 1 Student Lounge 10 20 200 200 Subtotal 400 Circulation and Walls 60 15% Gross Area Total 500 1 3D Art Studio 15 60 900 900 1 Ceramics 15 50 750 750 1 Kiln 1 40 40 40 On Exterior Patio 1 Digital Design Studio 15 50 750 750 1 Printer Room 1 50 50 50 0 1 General Art/Painting 15 50 750 750 Drawing and Figure Drawing 1 Dressing Room 1 40 40 40 0 1 Photo Studio 4 50 200 200 1 Dark Room/Alternative Processing Facility 2 40 80 80 0 2 Paint Spray Booth 1 50 50 100 1 Wood Shop 10 35 350 350 Saws, lathes, drills, etc. 1 Wood Storage 1 50 50 50 2 Materials Storage Room 1 200 200 400 0 121-080122JC 2 Project Storage 1 200 200 400 0 Subtotal 4,860 Circulation and Walls 900 18% Gross Area Total 5,800 6.3.2. Building Requirements 6.3.2.1. Building 6.3.2.1.1. Construct a fenced patio space for outdoor instruction with access from the interior and a large gate to the exterior. Fence shall be aesthetically pleasing. Patio should have an awning to cover approximately half of the area. 6.3.2.2. Interior 6.3.2.2.1. Interior Design Aesthetic: The general design aesthetic will be funky industrial, with exposed ceiling structure, exposed round ductwork, and exposed masonry. Studios will be designed of materials which will durable when faced with the use and exposures inherent in those space. 6.3.2.2.2. Walls: Metal Stud and Gypsum Board for Offices, Classrooms, Studios. Painted. 6.3.2.2.3. Ceilings 6.3.2.2.4. Acoustical Ceiling Tile in corridors, classrooms, office spaces, etc. 6.3.2.2.5. Consider providing high NRC ceiling tiles such as USG FrostTM High-NRC/High-CAC Panels in spaces anticipated to have high noise levels. 6.3.2.2.6. Painted exposed structure in studio spaces. 6.3.2.2.7. Floors 6.3.2.2.8. Polished, stained concrete in Lobby, Corridor, Offices, Conference Rooms, etc. 6.3.2.2.9. Sealed Concrete in Studio Spaces. 6.3.2.2.10. Fenestration 6.3.2.2.11. Interior Doors: Match existing in the building. 6.3.2.3. Systems 6.3.2.3.1. Lighting 6.3.2.3.2. Incorporate LED studio lighting where appropriate. 6.3.2.3.3. Ventilation: 6.3.2.3.4. Pay particular attention to exhausting Studio Spaces and other spaces where solvents would be present are to ensure safe breathing environments. 6.3.2.3.5. Consider a dedicated outdoor air system (DOAS) to ensure adequate fresh air is provided. System should include heat recovery. 6.3.2.3.6. Provide central exhaust ventilation (through DOAS?) with heat recovery. 6.3.2.3.7. Plumbing 6.3.2.3.8. Provide hose bibs at strategic locations where appropriate. 6.3.2.3.9. Floor drains and sloping of floors shall be installed where appropriate in the studios and at outdoor covered areas. 6.3.2.3.10. Install clay traps on sinks where appropriate. 121-080122JC ATTACHMENT B Rowan-Cabarrus Community College Commissioning Agent Services Scope of Services/Work Technology Education Complex 07/27/2022 Perform Commissioning Agent Services (CxA) for new construction and remodels/renovation projects. 1.1. College’s Facility Design Manual Requirements: Commissioning will be provided by an independent, third-party consulting agency. The commissioning agent will be responsible for ensuring that the building and its systems perform in accordance with the design intent and the College’s operational needs. The College considers the following elements as a minimum requirement for building acceptance: 1.1.2. Installation Verification 1.1.3. Startup and Checkout 1.1.4. Measurement and Verification 1.1.5. Performance Testing and Demonstration 1.2. Perform commissioning agent services to satisfy the requirements of the enhanced commissioning required by the State Construction Office. 1.3. Services shall be provided in four (4) phases: Design, Construction, Acceptance, and Post- Acceptance. 1.4. The CxA shall coordinate participation of the Owner’s Representative in all commissioning process activities. Schedule the commissioning process activities and integrate them into the master project schedule as prepared and maintained by the General Contractor. 1.5. Design Phase: During the Design Phase the CxA shall complete the following scope of work: 1.4.1.Perform Peer Reviews of each submission of the Design Team’s plans (Schematic Design, Design Development, Construction Documents, Final “For Construction” Permitted Plans) to ensure compliance with the College’s Facilities Design M, the Project Goals, Owner’s Project Requirements, and any other required criteria, acting as the Owner’s Plan Reviewer. Peer reviews will include review of Mechanical, and Electrical plans by individuals licensed by the State of North Carolina to perform design in those areas. Peer Review will occur in addition to State Construction Office Design Review. Complete a thorough review of the construction documents. Submit written comments to the Owner, the Owner’s Representative, and the AE design team. With each subsequent submission incorporation of previous comments will be tracked and documented. 1.5.2. Review the A/E Design Team’s and the Owner’s Design Intent, Design Criteria and Commissioning Requirements to develop the Project Objectives Document. 1.5.3. Develop a Commissioning Plan encompassing the four (4) phases outlined above in 1.3. 1.4.4.Review commissioning specifications for all commissioned equipment. Coordinate this with the A/E design team and Owner. The specifications shall follow the intent of ASHRAE Guideline 0-2019, The Commissioning Process, and its Addendums, and ANSI/ASHRAE/IES Standard 202 Commissioning Process for Buildings and Systems. The commissioning specifications shall include definitions of key terms; a detailed description of the responsibilities of all parties; details of the commissioning process; reporting and documentation requirements (including formats), alerts to coordination issues, deficiency resolution, construction checklist and startup 36 requirements, the functional testing process, and specific functional test requirements including testing conditions and acceptance criteria for all equipment to be commissioned. 1.4.5. Ensure design correctly represents compliance with NC Energy Efficiency Code. 1.6. Construction Phase: During the construction phase the CxA shall complete the following scope of work: 1.5.1. Organize the commissioning process components and participate in the pre-bid meeting where the commissioning process requirements are reviewed with the bidders. 1.5.2. Coordinate, direct, and document commissioning activities in a logical, sequential and efficient manner using consistent protocols, clear and regular communications and consultations with all necessary parties, updated timelines or schedules, and technical expertise. Conduct a pre-construction commissioning process meeting. 1.5.3. Perform site visits, as necessary, to observe and document component and system installations. Accomplish a statistical review of construction focusing on the Owner’s design intent and quality requirements. Attend selected construction progress and pre-installation job-site meetings to obtain information on construction progress. Review construction progress meeting minutes for revisions/substitutions related to the Owner’s design intent. Assist in resolving any discrepancies. 1.5.4. With necessary assistance and review from the installing contractors, develop and write construction checklists. Submit to the contractors, Owner, and Owner’s Representative for review and approval. 1.5.5. Organize, conduct, and document periodic commissioning team meetings to plan, develop the scope, coordinate, schedule activities, and resolve problems. 1.5.6. Review submittals of systems to be commissioned, concurrent with the A/E design professional’s review. CxA’s reviewed shop drawing submittals must be submitted to A/E consultants before the date set for the consultant’s final approval of shop drawings. 1.5.7. Work with contractors to complete construction checklists and track completions. 1.5.8. Statistically sample completion of construction checklists on a periodic basis to verify that contractors’ quality processes achieve the Owner’s project requirements. 1.5.9. Approve systems startup by reviewing start-up reports and by selected site observations. 1.5.10. With necessary assistance and review from installing contractors, write the test procedures. Submit to the contractors, the Owner, and the Owner’s Representative for review and approval. 1.5.11. Direct the execution of the tests by the contractors. 1.5.12. Coordinate witness and recommend approval of manual functional performance tests performed by installing contractors. Coordinate retesting as necessary until satisfactory performance is achieved. 1.5.13. Recommend approval of air and water systems balancing through a statistical sampling of the report and separate field verification. 1.5.14. Maintain a master issues log and a separate testing record. Provide to the contractor, the A/E design team, the Owner, and the Owner’s Representative written progress reports and test results with recommended actions. 1.5.15. Document corrections and retesting of non-compliance items by the contractors. 37 1.5.16. Develop and review the Systems Manual for compliance with the Owner’s project requirements. 1.5.17. Review, recommend pre-approve, and verify the training proposed by the contractors for compliance with the project requirements. 1.5.18. Verify delivery of the final, approved Systems Manual to the Owner. 1.7. Acceptance Phase: During the acceptance phase the CxA shall complete the following scope of work: 1.6.1. Review and inspect, on a sample basis, the testing, adjusting, and balancing work that has been carried out by another agency. 1.6.2. Conduct functional performance testing of sub-systems, systems, and interactions between systems, leading to acceptance of the completed work. Document results of all tests witnessed. 1.6.3. Conduct functional performance testing of seasonally deferred equipment test. Document results of all tests witnessed. 1.6.4. Coordinate and organize the training of the Owner’s personnel. 1.6.5. Videotape the Owner’s personnel training sessions. Provide record disks to the Owner. 1.8. Post Acceptance Phase: During the post-acceptance phase the CxA shall complete the following scope of work: 1.7.1. Conduct functional performance testing of sub-systems, systems, and interactions between systems that could not be carried out prior to acceptance due to unsuitable weather or load conditions, or Owner occupancy requirements. 1.7.2. Prepare and submit a final Commissioning Process Report to the Owner. 1.7.3. Return to the site 10 months after the final Substantial Completion date. Review with Owner facilities staff the current building operation and the condition of outstanding issues related to the original and seasonal commissioning. Also interview Owner’s facilities staff and identify problems or concerns they have with operating the building as originally intended. Make suggestions for improvements and for recording these changes in the Systems Manual. Identify areas that may come under warranty or under the original construction contract. Assist Owner’s facilities staff to develop reports and requests for services to remedy outstanding problems. 1.9. Equipment/Systems: During the scope of work as described in the Articles above, provide commissioning for the following building equipment and systems. Equipment Equipment or Systems Sampling Rate Notes Building Envelope Roof 100% Flashings 100% Wall Sandwich 100% Windows/Doors/Storefront 25% Water Testing in accordance with AAMA 502 Building Envelope Air Tightness 100% Air Door Blower Test in accordance with ANSI 380- 2019 HVAC Systems Heat Exchangers 100% 38 Water Treatment System 100% Heating Water Converter 100% Fin Tube Radiation and Unit Heaters 100% Pumps 100% Air Handling Units 100% Including coils, filters, energy recovery, air flow stations. Exhaust Fan Systems 100% Transfer Fans 100% Ventilation Fans 100% VAV Air Terminal Units 50% DX Fan Coils 100% DX Condensing Units 100% Ductwork 50% HVAC System Piping 25% Hot Water Reheat Coils 100% Steam Humidifiers 100% Building Automation System System Controls 100% Ensure the system functions properly and addresses all intended systems. Temperature Sensors 100% Pressure Sensors and Controllers 100% Lighting Sensors 100% CO2 Sensors 100% Airflow Stations 100% Air Handling Unit Dampers/Valve Actuators 100% Lab Air Controls Systems – Air Control Valves 100% Temperature and Air Controls 100% Plumbing and Fire Protection Systems Plumbing Equipment 100% Plumbing Piping Systems 25% Lab Gas Piping Systems 100% Fire Protection Sprinkler System 100% Hot Water Heaters 100% Include solar thermal systems Security & Access Systems Intrusion Detections Systems and Sensors 100% Electric Locks 100% Card Key Access Sensors 100% Mechanical Locksets 50% Door Opening Devices 100% Check ADA Compliance of Doors Door Closers 100% Check ADA Compliance of Doors ADA Accessibility Ramps 100% Confirm compliance of all slopes, textures, etc. 39 Parking Areas 25% Confirm compliance of slopes, striping, accessible pathways. Accessible Paths 50% Confirm compliance between public amenities. Electrical Systems Normal Power Electrical 50% Lighting Controls 100% Including occupancy sensors, photometric sensors, timed switches Emergency Power Systems 100% EV Charging Stations 100% Confirm enrollment and payment processing Fire Alarm and Life Safety Systems 100% Including Mass Notification

Dates

Start Date

01 Aug, 2022 (2 months ago)

Due Date

30 Aug, 2022 (1 month ago)

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Country : United StatesState : North Carolina