School Board Approves 6-Year Facilities Plan

School Board Approves 6-Year Facilities Plan

Mar 05, 2018

At the Monday, March 5, Bettendorf Board of Education meeting directors approved a six‐year facilities plan that incorporates the Legat report containing the identified needs assessment and future-ready recommendations.

1. Mark Twain Elementary
Build a new 3-section school on the property.

2. Thomas Jefferson Elementary
Complete the identified needs as presented by Legat.

IDENTIFIED NEEDS

  • Full roof replacement
  • Security upgrade to main entrance
  • Gym ceiling concerns
  • Kitchen upgrades
  • Window and soffit replacement
  • Storage/electrical room fire rating concerns

3. Thomas Edison Education Center
The full Board will continue the work of the Board Facilities Committee to determine a new location that best meets the identified needs and future ready projects for the Edison Academy students and staff.

4. Paul Norton & Herbert Hoover Elementaries
Complete the identified needs and future ready recommendations as presented by Legat.

HERBERT HOOVER - IDENTIFIED NEEDS

  • Site drainage issue with runoff erosion
  • Partial roof replacement
  • Security upgrade to main entrance
  • Window and carpet replacement in original building
  • Gym ceiling concerns

HERBERT HOOVER - FUTURE READY PRIORITIES

  • Secure Front Entrance with expanded conference and nurse areas
  • Remodel/expand commons and gym

PAUL NORTON - IDENTIFIED NEEDS

  • Security upgrade to main entrance
  • Metal frame replacement at main entrance
  • Ceiling tile and carpet replacement
  • Toilet room tile replacement
  • Dated casework and plug mold in lounge

PAUL NORTON - FUTURE READY PRIORITIES

  • Secure Front Entrance with expanded conference and nurse areas
  • Renovated gym/commons and kitchen
  • HVAC automation system
  • Music room additions

5. Bettendorf High School
Complete the remainder of the identified needs and future ready recommendations as presented by Legat, excluding the swimming pool. Addressing the swimming pool will be more defined as the intentions of the city and level of involvement of the district in terms of the City’s aquatic center project becomes clearer.

FUTURE READY PRIORITIES

  • Fitness Center Expansion
  • Auxiliary Gym
  • New Wrestling Room

IDENTIFIED NEEDS

  • Boiler and HVAC replacement
  • Partial roof replacement
  • Flooding of exterior tunnel
  • Parking lot resurfacing
  • Fireproofing compromised
  • Window & carpet replacement

6. Bettendorf Middle School
Complete the remainder of the identified needs and future ready recommendations as presented by Legat.

FUTURE READY PRIORITIES

  • Addition of Science Lab
  • Addition of STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math) Room
  • •Addition of music room

IDENTIFIED NEEDS

  • Replace gym rooftop units and add ductwork insulation
  • Partial roof replacement
  • Structural concern at wing wall near entrances 4W, 5W, & 6W
  • Window replacement in original building
  • Exhaust system at laser cutter
  • Casework replacement in science areas
  • Toilet partition replacement

Project planning and sequencing, including cash-flow determination, will start immediately for items #1, #2, & #4 as well as the Board continuing the work of the Board Facilities Committee in regards to Thomas Edison Academy (#3).

Link to District Facilities Discussion



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