GO Committee # 1
February 27, 2012
MEMORANDUM
February 23,2012
TO:
FROM:
SUBJECT:
Government Operations and Fiscal Policy Committee
Jacob Sesker, Senior Legislative Analyst
FY13-18
crp:
General Government
Qf'
INTRODUCTION
General Government projects are in the following departments: General Services; Economic
Development; Technology Services; and the Executive's Office. This memorandum includes all General
Government projects administered by General Services which were not addressed separately.
Projects were broken out into the following categories, with highlighted projects in bold:
New, starting, or expanding projects
o ALARF
o EOB
&
Judicial Center Traffic Repair
o EOB HVAC Renovation
o Montgomery County Radio Shop Relocation
o Old Blair Auditorium Reuse
Deferred due to fiscal capacity
o
Montgomery County Government Complex
o Red Brick Courthouse Structural Repairs
Ongoing or continuing indefinitely
o Americans with Disabilities Act Compliance
o Asbestos Abatement
o Elevator Modernization
o Energy Conservation
o Environmental Compliance
o Facilities Site Selection
o
Facility Planning
o HVAC/Electrical Replacement
o Life Safety Systems
o Resurfacing Parking Lots
o Roof Replacement
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All other projects
o
IAQ Brookville Bldgs. D&E
NEW, STARTING, OR EXPANDING PROJECTS
ALARF-No.
316222
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Est
FY12
: $4.419
FY13-18
. Total
l
$27.700
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i
1
i
FY13
I
FY14
$4.000
FY15
$4.000
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I
FY16
1$4.000
I
FY17
i
$4.000
i
FY18
$4.000
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Total
i
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1$7.700
Recommendedfunding source:
ao
Bonds ($3.700 million, Revolving Fund $4.000 million)
Total FYI3-I8 request: $27.700 million
Recommended FYI3 appropriation: $7.700 million
Project description
The Advance Land Acquisition Revolving Fund was established to support the implementation of capital
projects such as libraries, fire stations, and other County facilities by purchasing real property before
expected increases in land values.
PDF highlights
The FY 13 request is $3.7 million greater than the approved amount in the FY 11-16 budget. The $7.7
million figure is equal to approximately the total expenditure for FYll and FY12, and is nearly double
the annual level for FY14-18 ($4.0 million). The project has been increased to allow for the purchase of
additional land in specific areas slated for redevelopment.
Staff recommendation
Recommend approval.
EOB
&
Judicial Center Traffic Circle Repair-No. 361200 (PDF@©8).
Est
I FY12
I
$0.400
I
I
I
FY13-18
Total
1$4.624
I
FY13
I
i
FY14
; FY15
i
$2.052
FY16
$0.000
i
FY17
$0.000
: FY18
i
Total
I
$0.435
: $2.137
$0.000
Recommendedfunding source:
ao
bonds
Total FYI3-I8 request: $4.624
Recommended FYI
3
appropriation: $0.435
Project description
This project includes demolition, repairs, and replacement to address water infiltration issues in the
EOB/JC
loading dock below. The PDF request includes only $0.4 in FY13, with $2.1 million in both
FY14 and FY15.
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PDF highlights
This project was added to the CIP in FY12 to fund immediate repairs necessary due to deterioration of
the circle in front of the Executive Office Building (EOB) and Judicial Center (JC). Estimated FY12
expenditures were $0.4 million. The traffic circle on Monroe Street is owned by multiple parties
(Montgomery County, City of Rockville, and private parties). A title search will need to be completed to
determine the extent of the County's liability.
Staff recommendation
Recommend approval.
EOB HVAC Renovation-No. 361103 (PDF@©9)
I
I
I
Total
Est
FY12
. $0.000
: FY13-i8
I
Total
i
$8.000
FY13
$0.000
I
FY14
1$0.000
FY15
$8.000
FY16
$0.000
FY17
$0.000
\ FY18
1$0.000
Recommendedfunding source:
Go.
bonds
Total FY13-J8 request: $8.0 million
Recommended FYi
3
appropriation: None
Project description
This project provides for the procurement and partial compensation of an Energy Service Company
(ESCO) to replace the outdated HVAC systems in the Executive Office Building (EOB) with a more
energy-efficient HVAC system.
PDF highlights
The ESCO analyzes, designs, and constructs the HVAC replacement system and receives a portion of the
saved energy costs in addition to direct compensation. Under this model, the County stands to save a
substantial amount
in
comparison to the total cost in the FY11-16 CIP ($29.0 million).
Schedule
Under this request, the entire request ($8.0 million) is needed in FY15. The FYll-16 CIP included a
total of $2.958 for this project, including $0.207 in FYI3, $1.321 in FYI4, and $1.430 in FY15. That
money was to pay for planning and design of a new $29 million system. The FY13-18 request represents
an increase of just over $5 million during the 6-year CIP, but could also result in significant capital cost
savings.
Staff recommendation
Recommend approvaL
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Montgomerv County Radio Shop Relocation-No. 360902 (PDF@©17)
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Total
Est
FY12
$0.008
FY13-18
Total
$4.617
. FY13
$0.000
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i
FY14
$0.000
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FY15
I
FY16
i
FY17
$0.608
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FY18
1$4.009
i
1$0.000
I
$O.QOO
Recommendedfunding source: Interim Finance
Total FY13-18 request:
$4.617
million
Recommended FY13 appropriation: $0.000 million
Project description
This project is part of the Smart Growth Initiative and provides for the relocation of the Radio Shop
from Crabbs Branch Way to a County-owned site on Seven Locks Road. As a reminder, on March 6
th ,
the Council
will
be briefed on the financing plan for the Smart Growth Initiative.
PDF highlights
Relocation of the facilities will enable the County to realize the transit-oriented development vision of
the Shady Grove Sector Plan and address unmet needs.
Schedule/status
The design phase will commence during the Winter of 2017 and is expected to last 9 months. After
bidding, the construction period will last 14 months.
An
estimated $3.3 million is needed after FY18.
Under the FYll-16 approved CIP, the relocation would have been completed in FY13. There is no
imminent need to relocate the facility.
Staff recommendation
Recommend approval.
Old Blair Auditorium Reuse-No.
361113
(PDF@©24)
Total
. FY12
I
$0.000
I
Est
I
FY13-18
Total
i
$7.636
I
FY13
I
FY14
, FY15
I
, FY16
!
I
I
FY17
$3.593
!
FY18
$0.000
I
I
$1.200
1$0.000
1$0.000
1$2.843
Recommended funding source: Contributions ($0.600 million),
Total FY13-18 request:
$7.636
million
Recommended FY13 appropriation: $1.200 million
Go.
Bonds ($7.036 million)
Project description
This project provides funding to renovate the auditorium in the former Old Blair High School, located at
313 Wayne Avenue in Silver Spring. The renovated auditorium will have seating capacity for 750 and
will
include 4 multi-purpose classrooms. FY13 funding
will
be used to develop a program of
requirements and cost estimate for the project.
PDF highlights
FY13 County GO Bonds would include $140,000 previously programmed GO Bonds in the Cost
Sharing Project, and $460,000 previously approved in this project. These funds constitute the County's
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match of the State's 2005 bond bill funding, in the amount of $600,000, to Old Blair Auditorium Project,
Inc.
Schedule/status
Construction funds are programmed for FY16-17. The FY13-18 request is consistent with the approved
FYll-16 CIP.
Staff recommendation
Recommend approval.
DEFERRED DUE TO FISCAL CAPACITY
Montgomery County Government Complex-No. 360901 (PDF@©16)
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!
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Est
Total
FY12
I
$3.332
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I
FY13-18
I
FYI3
. Total
1$0.000
i
!
FY14
i
FYI5
$0.000
FYI6
1$0.000
FYI7
$0.000
, FYI8
1$0.000
I
I
1$0.000
~
$0.000
I
Recommended funding source:
Go.
bonds
Total
FYi3-i8
request: $0.0
Recommended
FYi
3
appropriation: $0.0
Project description
The project provided for the planning and design of all components identified in the Government Core
Facilities Optimization Master Plan (new Council Office Building, addition to Council Office Building
garage, and new pedestrian bridge). The existing COB would be replaced by a new building adjacent to
the Executive Office Building and an additional 77,000 square feet to accommodate consolidation of
County departments currently in leased space or another agency, such as M-NCPPC.
PDF highlights
The project was deferred, due to fiscal affordability, with an unencumbered balance of $2.023 million.
Staff recommendation
Recommend approval.
Red Brick Courthouse Structural Repairs-No. 500727 rPDF@©19)
Est
I
FYI2
$0.012
FY13-18
Total
$0.150
FY13
: $0.000
• FYI4
$0.000
FYI5
I
FY16
: $0.000
FYI7
I
FYI8
1$0.000
Total
i
I
$0.000
1$0.000
Recommendedfunding source:
Go.
bonds
Total
FY13-i8
request: $0.0
Recommended
FYi3
appropriation: $0.0
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Project description
Phase I of the project provides for rehabilitation of the flooring system in the Red Brick Courthouse. The
structural integrity of the flooring system has been weakened by modifications made over the years to
accommodate various systems. Phase II will provide for a historic rehabilitation and accommodate
programmatic functions/requirements of current users.
PDF highlights
Phase II was deferred to due to fiscal affordability. The PDF does not request appropriation for any
portion of the unencumbered balance of $1.379 million.
Status/schedule
The FYll-16 CIP included funding
Courthouse.
Staff recommendation
Recommend approval.
III
FY12 and FY13 for structural repairs to the Red Brick
ONGOING/CONTINUING INDEFINITELY
Americans with
Disabilities Act
(ADA) Compliance-No. 361107 (PDF@©3)
!
I
Est
.
FY12
$3.436
I
~.
I
FY13-18
.
Total
I
$25.500
I
FY13
I
FY14
I
FY15
,$4.500
.
FY16
$4.500
I
Total
I
I
!
I
FY17
1$4.500
FY18
$4.500
$3.500
1$4.000
Recommendedfunding source: $0.5 million current revenue (annually), remainder
Go.
bonds
Total FY13-18 request:
$25.5
million
Recommended FYI
3
appropriation:
$3.5
million
Project description
This program provides for an ongoing effort to ensure that County buildings and other facilities are built
and maintained in compliance with Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the ADA
2010 Standards for Accessible Design (2010 Standards).
PDF highlights
The total six year cost in the FY13-18 request is $25.5 million, with $3.0 million to be spent in FY13,
$4.0 million in FYI4, and $4.5 million annually from FYI5-18. The PDF notes that expenditures will
continue indefinitely.
Status/schedule
The FY13-16 requests are consistent with the approved FYll-16 CIP.
FY13: Leland Community Center, 1301 Piccard Drive, Executive Office Building, Upcounty Regional
Services Center, Rockville Library, Quince Orchard Library, Sandy Spring Fire Department, Round
House Education Center, Parking Garage 60, Parking garage 11, Council Office Building Garage, Long
Branch Library, Silver Theater, Parking Garage 49.
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FY14: Strathmore Hall and Mansion, Martin Luther King Jr. Swim Center, Long Branch Senior Center,
North Bethesda Conference Center, Black Rock Center for the Arts, Gwendolyn Coffield Community
Center, Montgomery County Correctional Facility, Mid-County Regional Services Center, Olney Swim
Center, Parking Garage 7, Juvenile Assessment Center, 6
th
District Police Station, Montgomery Works,
Bethesda House, Community Based Shelter.
Staff recommendation
Recommend approval.
AsbestosAbatement-No. 508728 (PDF@©4)
Est
FY12
$0.165
I
FY13-18
FY13
FY14
l
Total
'$0.600
$0.100
$0.100
I
FY15
!
FY16
!
FY17
I
I
FY18
1
i
Total
1$0.100
$0.100
i
$0.100
$0.100
I
Recommendedfonding source:
Go.
bonds
Total FY13-18 request: $0.6 million
Recommended FY13 appropriation: $0.1 million
Project description
This project provides for the identification, management, control and, if required, removal of asbestos
containing materials from County facilities. Also included are costs associated with the removal of these
materials, such as material replacement and facility repairs, when required.
PDF highlights
The total six year cost in the FY13-18 request is $0.6 million, with $0.1 million to be spent each year.
The request is consistent with the FY11-16 approved CIP.
Staff recommendation
Recommend approval.
Elevator Modernization-No. 509923 (PDF@©5)
Est
:
FY12
i
$2.532
I
I
Total
FY13-18
I
Total
1$6.000
I
I
FY13
I
FY14
I
I
FY15
!
!
FY16
I
FY17
I
$1.000
FY18
l
$1.000
$1.000
$1.000
$1.000
$1.000
Recommendedfunding source:
Go.
bonds
Total FY13-18 request: $6.0 million
Recommended FY13 appropriation: $1.0 million
Project description
This project provides for the orderly replacement/renovation of aging and outdated elevator systems in
County-owned buildings. This project also includes periodic condition assessments of elevator systems
in County buildings.
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PDF highlights
The total six year cost in the FY13-18 request is $6.0 million, with $1.0 million to be spent each year.
FY12 estimated expenditure was $2.532 million, which was in excess of the $1.0 million in the
approved FY 11-16 budget.
Infrastructure Maintenance Task Force
The IMTF estimates a backlog of $6.4 million for elevator modernization. The acceptable annual
replacement cost is estimated to be $1.2 million. This request is less than the acceptable annual
replacement cost.
Staff recommendation
Recommend approval.
Energy Conservation-No. 507834 (PDF@©6)
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Est
FY12
1$0.574
!
I
Total
FY13-18
Total
$0.900
I
FY13
I
FY14
:
i
\
FY15
I
I
I
FY16
: $0.150
I
FY17
I
!
FY18
$0.150
$0.150
$0.150
$0.150
$0.150
Recommended fUnding source:
Go.
bonds
Total FY13-18 request: $0.9 million
Recommended FY13 appropriation: $0.15 million
Project description
This program provides for the energy conservation retrofits in County-owned buildings. A central Energy
Management and Control System will be installed to monitor major buildings. The project is part of the
County's cost-containment program. The PDF states that projects ,pay for themselves in a short time
(fewer than 10 years).
PDF highlights
The total six-year cost in the FY13-18 request is $0.9 million, with $0.15 million to be spent each year.
This constitutes a reduction when compared to the FYll-16 approved CIP ($1.35 million over 6 years,
$0.225 million per year). The reduced capital spending ($0.450 million) will result in a reduction in
operating budget savings as well ($0.131 million).
Status/schedule
FY13 projects include the following:
• Lighting upgrade: Germantown Library, Public Safety Communications Center
• Planning and design controls upgrade: Potomac Library, Kensington Library
• Construction and Implementation: Chevy Chase Library, Little Falls Library
FY14: Construction and Implementation: Potomac Library, Kensington Library
Staff recommendation
Support.
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Environmental Compliance-No.
500918
(PDF@©7)
.
Est
.
FY12
i
$4.367
FY13-18
Total
$8.313
i
FY13
$1.376
!
FY14
$1.345
FY15
1$1.397
.
FY16
FY17
.
FY18
I
Total
i
i
I
$1.397
I
$1.397
I
$1.401
Recommendedfunding source:
Go.
bonds
Total FYI3-1B request: $B.313 million
Recommended FY13 appropriation:
$1.376
million
Project description
This project develops and implements plans for the prevention of pollution, the abatement and
containment of potential pollution sources at county facilities (including depots and maintenance shops).
The project provides for the design and construction of structural covered areas for storage of hazardous
materials and potential pollution sources at County Depots, replacement of salt barns at County Depots
and addressing environmental compliance issues of underground storage tanks.
PDF highlights
The FYll-16 approved CIP includes $12 million for environmental compliance ($2.0 million annually).
The FY13-18 request was reduced to "more accurately reflect current implementation schedule."
Status/schedule
Structural improvements of covered areas and salt barn structures are scheduled at Colesville Depot,
Poolesville Depot, and Silver Spring Depot.
• FY12-13: Colesville Depot
• FYI3: Poolesville Depot
• FY14: Silver Spring Depot
Staff recommendation
Recommend approval.
Facilities Site Selection-No.
500152
(PDF
(iiJ,
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I
Total
FY12
1$0.030
i
Est
I
FY13-18
.
Total
1$0.150
.
FY13
$0.025
I
FY14
I
I
FY15
1 $0.025
I
FY16
I
!
FY17
: $0.025
I
FY18
1 $0.025
1$0.025
• $0.025
Recommended funding source: Current Revenue (General)
Total FY13-1B request: $0.150
Recommended FY13 appropriation: $0.025 million
Project description
This program provides for site selection for candidate projects, as well as other site selection activities
such as appraisals, geotechnical services, environmental studies and surveys.
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PDF highlights
The total six-year cost in the FY13-18 request is $0.150 million, with $0.025 million to be spent each
year. Candidate projects include: Clarksburg Library, Laytonsville Fire Station, Special Operations
&
Traffic Division Equipment and Vehicle Storage, Multi-User Central Warehouse, Damascus Depot
Relocation, Clarksburg Community Recreation and Aquatic Center, and East County HHS Facility.
Staff recommendation
Recommend approval.
Facility Planning-No. 508768 (PDF@©11)
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i
Total
I
Est
FY12
I
$0.450
i
I
FY13-18
I
FY13
Total
$1.560
I
FY14
1$0.260
:
FY15
I
FY16
I
FY17
I
FY18
I
I
$0.260
$0.260
i
$0.260
$0.260
I
$0.260
I
Recommendedfunding source: Current Revenue (General)
Total FY13-18 request: $1.56
Recommended FYI
3
appropriation: $0.260 million
Project description
This program provides for general government facility planning studies for projects under consideration.
Facility planning serves as a transition between the conceptual stage of a project and its possible
subsequent inclusion as a stand-alone project in the CIP. Facility planning is a decision-making process,
and will result in a determination of purpose and need.
PDF highlights
The total six-year cost in the FY13-18 request is $1.560 million, with $0.260 million to be spent each
year. The FY13 request is slightly below approved FYll-16 levels as a result of the backlog of planned
projects awaiting implementation.
Status/schedule
The following facility planning efforts are underway: 8818 Georgia Avenue Health Center, Progress
Place relocation, 130lA Piccard Drive, Avery Road Treatment Center. All others listed are candidate
projects for FY13-14.
Staff recommendation
Recommend approval. Staff notes, however, that 8818 Georgia Avenue Health Center is tied to issues of
health care service delivery and affects two additional PDFs reviewed by two separate committees: the
Woodside Urban Park (PDF #138705) and the Silver Spring Library (PDF#710302). Issues related to
this facility plan will be discussed in a joint committee meeting (PHED and HHS) scheduled for March
5,2012.
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HVAClElectrical Rel!.lacement-No. 508941 (PDF(ii),
©
13l
I
Est
I
I
FYI3-I8
I
FYI3
I
Total
I
FYI4
I
i
FYI5
$1.150
1FYI6
$1.150
I
FYI7
I
I
FYI8
I
I
i
FYI2
I
i
I
i
Total
: $1.526
1$6.900
I
$1.150
$1.150
$1.150
I
$1.150
Recommendedfunding source:
Go.
Bonds
Total FY13-18 request:
$6.9
million
Recommended FY13 appropriation: $1.150 million
Project description
This project provides for replacement or renovation of outdated heating, ventilation, and air conditioning
systems and electrical systems in County buildings.
PDF highlights
The total six-.year cost in the FY13-18 request is $6.900 million, with $1.150 million to be spent each
year. The requested amount is slightly below the level of effort approved in the FYl1-16 ClP of $1.2
million annually.
Schedule/status
FY13: White Oak Library, Longwood Recreation Center, Leland Community Center, Silver Spring
Health Center, Wheaton Police Station, Upper County Community Center, 1301 Piccard Drive,
Colesville Health Center.
FY14: Olney Swimming Pool, Red Brick Courthouse, Council Office Building.
Infrastructure Maintenance Task Force
lMTF recommended that future funding levels be higher to reflect estimated backlog of $311 million for
HVAC/Electrical replacement.
Staff recommendation
Recommend approval.
Life Safety Systems-No. 509970 (PDF(ii),
©
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I
Total
Est
• FYI2
!
$0.547
I
i
I
FY13-I8
I
Total
FYI3
$0.875
I
FYI4
I
FYI5
$0.625
!
FYI6
I
i
: FYI7
1$0.625
FYI8
I
. $4.250
I
$0.875
$0.625
$0.625
I
Recommendedfunding source:
Go.
Bonds
Total FY13-18 request: $4.250 million
Recommended FY13 appropriation: $0.875 million
Project description
This project provides funding for installation of modem life safety systems to protect the County's
facilities and to protect buildings in the event of emergencies.
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PDF highlights
Increase due to additional funding in FY13
&
FY14 for life safety systems at the Poolesville and
Damascus Depots. The request for FY15-16 is at the level approved in the FY11-16 approved CIP.
Schedule/status
FY 13: Poolesville Depot, Brookville Ride-On Depot-Building H, Chevy Chase Library, Bethesda Police
Station, Little Falls Library, Clara Barton Community Center, Colesville Health Center, 1301 Seven
Locks Road.
FYI4: Damascus Depot, Recreation Headquarters, Bethesda Depot, Potomac Library, One Lawrence
Court, Davis Library, Holiday Park Senior Center.
Infrastructure Maintenance Task Force
The IMTF estimated a backlog of $2.1 million for life safety systems and identified an acceptable annual
replacement cost of $800,000.
Staff recommendation
Support the Executive's recommendation. However, this PDF includes funding for new life safety
systems for the Bethesda Police Station. Before approving the PDF, the Council should detennine
whether this project is necessary given the new 2
nd
District Police Station, scheduled for completion in
FY16.
Planned Li(ecvcleAsset Replacement-No. 509514 (PDF@©18)
I
Est
i
• Total
i
FY12
$1.471
FYl3-l8
Total
$4.450
!
FYl3
I
FYl4
1$0.750
I
1$0.700
I
FYl5
1$0.750
I
FYl6
1$0.750
I
FYl7
I
FYl8
i
$0.750
1$0.750
Recommendedfunding source:
Go.
Bonds
Total FYI3-I8 request: $4.450 million
Recommended FYI
3
appropriation: $0.700 million
Project description
This project provides for a comprehensive lifecycle replacement program, including
mechanical/plumbing equipment, lighting system replacement not covered under the Energy
Conservation CIP, building refurbishment, and reconstruction of sidewalks and curbs adjacent to County
buildings.
PDF highlights
This is an ongoing project. The FY13 request is consistent with the FYll-16 approved CIP.
Schedule/status
FY13: Bethesda Police Station, Brook Grove Day Care, One Lawrence Court, Riley's Group Home,
Cabin John Fire Station, Avery Road Back House.
FY14: Silver Spring Library, Detox and Intennediate Care, Layhill Group Home, Judith Resnick Day
Care, Waring Station Day Care, Wood Lin Day Care.
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Infrastructure Maintenance Task Force
The IMTF identified a backlog of $26.2 million for lifecycle replacement of assets, and established an
acceptable annual replacement cost of$1.755 million.
Staff recommendation
Support the Executive's recommendation. However, this PDF includes funding for asset replacement for
the Bethesda Police Station. Before approving the PDF, the Council should determine whether this
project is necessary given the new 2
nd
District Police Station, scheduled for completion in FY16.
Similarly, the Silver Spring Library is scheduled for completion in FY15. Asset replacement at the
existing Silver Spring Library may be unnecessary in FY14.
Resurfacing Parking Lots-No. 509914 (PDF@©20)
Est
FY12
$1.371
I
FY13-18
I
Total
I
!
FY13
I
I
I
FY14
I
.
FY15
FY16
FYI7
FYI8
\
$3.900
$0.6S0
I
$0.650
$0.6S0
$0.6S0
$0.6S0
$0.6S0
!
Recommendedfunding source:
Go.
Bonds
Total FY13-J8 request: $3.900 million
Recommended FY13 appropriation: $0.650 million
Project description
This ongoing project provides for design and major rehabilitation of asphalt parking lots and associated
drainage structures.
PDF highlights
The results of facility condition assessments for 73 County facilities, completed in FYOS-FY07, have
been used to prioritize the program. The request continues the level of effort approved in the FYll-16
ClP.
Schedule/status
FY 13: Edison Park, Potomac Community Center
FYI4: Grey Brick Courthouse, Sth District Police Station, Clara Barton Recreation Center, 4th District
Police Station, Kensington Library, Leland Community Center.
Infrastructure Maintenance Task Force
The lMTF estimated a backlog of $17.5 million for resurfacing of parking lots. The lMTF report
established $900,000 as an acceptable annual replacement cost for this item.
Staff recommendation
Recommend approval.
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RoofReplacement-No.
508331 (PDF@©21)
Total
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FY12
l
$2.761
\
FY13-I8
L
Total
1$13.560
FYI3
I
FYI4
: FYI5
1
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FYI6
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1$2.240
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FYI8
$2.300
$2.300
$2.240
$2.240
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Recommendedfunding source: GO Bonds
Total FY13-i8 request: $13.560 million
Recommended FYi
3
appropriation; $2.300 million
Project description
This ongoing project provides for major roof replacement of County buildings.
PDF highlights
The roof replacements covered under this program are prioritized based upon a consultant's survey
completed in FY05. The request is consistent with the level of effort approved in the FY11-16 CIP.
Schedule/status
FY13: Edison Park, Judicial Center, Poolesville Depot, Silver Spring Depot, Seneca Creek Pool, Lone
Oak Elementary School.
FY14: Grey Brick Courthouse, Silver Spring Health Center, Upper County Daycare, 1301 Piccard Drive,
Clara Barton Community Center,.McDonald's Knolls, Executive Office Building.
Infrastructure Maintenance Task Force
The IMTF estimated that the backlog for roof replacement is
in
excess of $20.0 million.
The IMTF identified $3.0 million as the acceptable annual roof replacement cost.
Staff recommendation
Recommend approval.
OTHER
lAO Improvements Brookville Bldgs D&E-No. 361102 (PDF@©14)
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FY12
$0.050
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FYI3-I8
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FYI3
,
Total
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$0.050
$0.050
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$0.000
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!
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FYI7
FYI8
I
$0.000
$0.000
$0.000
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Recommendedfunding source: GO Bonds
Total FYi3-i8 request: $0.050 million
Recommended FY13 appropriation: $0.050 million
Project description
This project provides funding to complete the Program of Requirements for HVAC redesign and
replacement for the Ride-On Depot at 8710 Brookville Road.
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The existing HVAC systems are at the end of their service life and do not provide ventilation that meets
current standards.
Schedule/status
The POR
will
be complete at the end ofFY13.
Staff recommendation
Recommend approval.
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County Offices and Improvements
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION AND OBJECTIVES
The Department of General Services (DGS) Capital
Improvements Program supports the planning, design,
construction, renovation, and replacement of facilities required
by the operating departments of the County government. In
addition, the program provides for the scheduled replacement
of roofs, internal systems (such as air conditioning), and other
components in all buildings owned by the County government.
In addition to general government projects directly under the
supervision of DGS, the Department conducts site selection
and design/construction coordination for facility-related
projects required by other County departments, including
Libraries, Recreation, FirelRescue, Police, Correction and
Rehabilitation, and Environmental Protection. These projects
make use of DGS design and construction management
expertise and are discussed in sections of the CIP covering the
specific programs of the other departments.
The DGS Capital Program continues to reflect an emphasis on
systemic replacement programs.
Significant expenditures
include heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC)
systems and roof replacement as the two most expensive
components of a building.
Projects such as Energy
Conservation: MCG are an investment in lower operating costs
through improved and more efficient lighting and other energy­
consuming systems.
In addition to systems replacement and improvement programs,
DGS builds, repairs, and renovates structures used by County
agencies. When operating departments propose renovations to
their buildings (such as libraries or nre stations) for improved
operational use, DGS also assesses the condition of the
physical plant and building systems. Generally, if a decision is
made to renovate a specific facility, all work will be included
within the project. If less than a full-scale renovation is
needed, then work required for roofs, HVAC, .electrical
systems, and modifications to comply with the Americans with
Disabilities Act will be budgeted within the respective systemic
projects.
The Technology Modernization project, administered by the
County Executive's office, provides for the replacement,
upgrade, and implementation of Information Technology (IT)
initiatives that will ensure ongoing viability of key processes,
replace outdated and vulnerable systems, and produce a high
return in terms of customer service and accountability. Major
new IT systems launched through this project are Enterprise
Resource Planning (ERP), 31l/Constitutent Relationship
Management (CRM), and related Business Process Review.
HIGHLIGHTS
• Continue to replace aging County building roof systems,
parking lots, HVAC and electrical systems, and elevator
systems.
• Continue to provide funding for the Americans with
Disabilities Act
(ADA):
Compliance project to ensure
County buildings and facilities are in compliance with
Title II of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA):
• Phased upgrade and modernization of Public Safety
Communications Systems including replacement of
Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system and law
enforcement records management system (LE RMS),
replacement of public safety mobiles and portable radios,
upgrade of non-public safety mobile and portable radios,·
replacement of core voice radio communications
infrastructure, as well as Fire Station Alerting System
Replacements.
• Continue work on the County's Technology
Modernization project which provides for the replacement,
upgrade, and implementation of IT initiatives that will
ensure ongoing viability ofkey processes, replace outdated
and vulnerable systems, and produce a high return in terms
of customer service, productivity enhancements, and
accountability to our residents.
• Add Phase II design and construction costs to the EOB
&
Judicial Center Traffic Circle Repair project.
PROGRAM CONTACTS
Contact James Stiles of the Department of General Services at
240.777.6112, Hamid Omidvar of the Department of General
Services at 240.777.6216 for Smart Growth Initiative-related
projects or Christopher Mullin of the Office of
Ma~agement
and Budget at 240.777.2772 for more information regarding
the County Offices and Other Improvements capital budget.
CAPITAL PROGRAM REVIEW
The recommended FY 13-18 CIP for DGS includes 23 capital
projects totaling $230.3 million. This represents an $11.1
million, or 5.1 percent, increase from the $219.2 million
included in the Amended FYII-16 program. The cost increase
is due primarily to the increase in the Public Safety System
Modernization project and the Technology Modernization
project.
SMART GROWTH INITIATIVE
The Recommended FY13-18 Capital Improvements Program
includes the following projects, totaling $90 million that are
components of the County Executive's Smart Growth
Initiative:
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Recommended Capital Budget/CIP
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• MCPS Food Distribution Facility - No. 361111: This
ongoing project provides for the design and construction
of a new, expanded facility on Snouffer School Road, on a
site known as the Webb Tract.
• Montgomery County Radio Shop Relocation - No.
360902: This ongoing project provides for the relocation
of the facility at 16551 Crabbs Branch Way
to
a site on
Seven Locks Road.
• DLC Liquor Warehouse - No. 850900: This ongoing
project provides for the consolidation 'of all Department of
Liquor Control functions including all administrative
functions, and liquor, wine, and packaged beer storage
space
at
200 Edison Park Drive.
General Government
7-2
Recommended Capital Budget/ClP
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Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA): Compliance -- No. 361107
Category
Subcategory
Administering Agency
Planning Area
I
General Government
County Offices and Other Improvements
General Services
Countywide
Thru
FY11
3
Total
Est.
6 Years
FY12
599
1,836
0
Date Last Modified
Required Adequate Public Facility
Relocation Impact
Status
January 09,2012
No
None.
On-goln9
Beyond
6 Years
EXPENDITURE SCHEDULE ($000)
ICost Element
, Planning, Design, and Supervision
iLand
Site Im2rovements and Utilities
Construction
Other
Total
Current Revenue: General
G.O. Bonds
Total
Total
2,438
FY13
306
0
FY14
306
FY15
306
FY16
FY17
306
0
4,194
FY18
306
0
3061
0'
a
a
26,513
49
29,000
3,500
25.500
a
a
12
49
64
0
64
64
a
a
a
23,664
a
3,194
a
a
3,694
0
4,000
500
3.500
4 000
a
a
4,194
0
0
0
0
a
4,194
a
a
4,500
500
4,000
4500
4,194
0
4,500
500
4,000
4500
2,837
a
3,436
500
2,936
3436
a
25,500
3,000
22,500
25500
a
3,500
500
3,000
3500
a
4,500
500
4,000
4500
a
a
a
a
4,500
500
4,000
4
sao
.
FUNDING SCHEDULE ($000\
29 000
a
DESCRIPTION
This program provides for an on-going comprehensive effort to ensure that County buildings and other facilities are built and maintained in compliance with
TItle II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the ADA 2010 Standards for.Accessible Design (2010 Standards). This program includes both the
correction of deficiencies identified by the United States Department of Justice (DOJ} during its proactive Project Civic Access (PCA} assessment of County
facilities. and an assessment by the County of all County govemment buildings and facilities not Included In the PCA assessment and remediation of any
deficiencies identified by those assessments. The program also includes policy development and advanced technical training for County architects and
engineers to ensure that ADA compliance and accessibility are incorporated throughout the County's planning, design and construction process in order to
ensure that County facilities are fully compliant with TItle II of the ADA. In September 2010 revised Title II ADA regulations, inciudlng the 2010 standards, were
issued by DOJ. The new 2010 standards include revisions to the 1991 ADAAG standards and supplemental standards for features not addressed in the 1991
ADAAG including pools, recreation facilities, ball fields, locker rooms, exercise rooms, picnic areas, golf courses, and playgrounds. The Title II ADA regulations
require jurisdictions to proactively address the supplemental standards
by
bringing all features addressed in the supplemental standards into compliance with
the 2010 standards.
ESTIMATED SCHEDULE
The following facilities are scheduled for ADA corrections:
.
FY13: Leland Community Center, 1301 Piccard Drive, Executive Office Building, Upcounty Regional Services Center, Rockville Library. Quince Orchard
Library, Sandy Spring Fire Department, Round House Education Center, Parking Garage 60, Parking Garage 11, Council Office Buiiding Garage, Long Branch
Library, Silver Theater, Parking Garage 49
FY14: Strathmore Hall and Mansion, Martin Luther King Jr. Swim Center, Long Branch Senior Center, North Bethesda Conference Center, Black Rock Center
for the Arts, Gwendolyn E. Coffield Community Center, Montgomery County Correctional Facility, Mid-County Regional Services Center, Olney Swim Center,
Parking Garage 7, Juvenile Assessment Center, Sixth District Police Station. Montgomery Works, Bethesda House, Community Based Shelter
COST CHANGE
Increase due to the addition of FY17
&
FY18 to this ongoing project.
JUSTIFICATION
Montgomery County was selected by DOJ for a Project Civic Access review In 2006. Project Civic Access is a proactive. ongoing initiative of the Disability'
Rights Section (DRS) of the DOJ Civil Rights Division to ensure ADA compliance in local and state govemments throughout the country. DOJ has completed
reviews and signed settlement agreements with over 150 jurisdictions to date. DOJ has Inspected approximately 112 County govemmentbuildings and
facilities. In addition, they have Inspected polling places, ball fields, golf courses, and local parks. Montgomery County signed a legally binding settlement
agreement to address the findings in August, 2011. MNCPPC was a co-signer of the agreement. The agreement requires the County to remediate all problems
identified by DOJ within a negotiated timeline and to survey all remaining buildings, facilities and programs not surveyed by DOJ. Programs and facilities must
be surveyed within a three year time frame, with approximately 80 completed each year. The county is required to send a report of Its findings to DOJ each
year with a proposed remediation plan and time line.
OTHER DISCLOSURES
• Expenditures will continue indefinitely.
APPROPRIATION AND
EXPENDITURE DATA
Date First Appropriation
First Cost Estimate
Current Sea e
Last FY's Cost Estimate
FY11
FY13
COORDINATION
United States Department of Justice
Department of Health and Human Services
Department of Transportation
County Attomey's Office
Montgomery County Public Schools
Revenue Authority
Maryland National Park and Planning
Commission
Department of General Services
Montgomery County Public Schools
29,000
20,000
FY13
FY14
3.500
4,000
uest
0
0
Cumulative Appropriation
Expenditures
f
Encumbrances
Unencumbered Balance
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FY11
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69
3.431
0
0
0
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Asbestos Abatement:
MeG --
No. 508728
Category
Subcategory
Administering Agency
Planning Area
General Government
County Offices and Other Improvements
General Services
Countywide
Thru
FY11
0,
63
655
1
863
663
8631
6
0
1
90
1
98
96
981
Est
FY12
Total
6 Years
108
30
0
0
62
0
Date last Modified
Required Adequate Public Facility
Relocation Impact
Status
January 01,2012
No
None.
On-going
Seyond
6 Years
EXPENDITURE SCHEDULE ($000)
Cost Element
Total
FY13
18
0
0
82
0
100
1001
1001
FY14
18
0
0
62
0
100
100
100
FY15
16
0
0
82
0
100
100
100
FY16
181
0
0'
82
0
100
100
100
FY11
18
0
0
62
0
100
100
100
FY18
18'
0
0
82
0
100
100
1001
I
Planning, Design, and Supervision
144
0
0
0
0
0
~mprovements
and Utilities
I
Construction
Other
Total
G.O. Bonds
Total
73
0
165
165
165
492
0
600
600
600
.
FUNDING SCHEDULE ($000)
I
0
01
DESCRIPTION
This project provides for the identification, management, control, and If required. removal of asbestos containing materials (ACM) from County facilities. Also
included are costs associated with the removal of these materials, such as material replacement and facility repairs. when required. This project also provides
for ,the removal of other environmental hazards such as lead based paint.
COST CHANGE
Increase is due to the addition of FY17 and FY18 to this ongoing project.
JUSTIFICATION
Asbestos containing materials which have become damaged, or may be disturbed during building renovation or demolition, must be removed or abated.
If
these materials are not removed. they may become friable, releasing asbestos fibers into the air. Inhaled asbestos fibers may cause health impairments, such
as asbestosis. lung. and other types of cancers. Therefore. removing the asbestos containing materials prior to a renovation eliminates the release of
asbestos fibers into the building ventilation system and inhalation of asbestos fibers by building occupants or renovation contractors. Neither contractors nor
workers will perform renovations until asbestos is removed. because of the health risk to the workers and the associated liability risk to the contractors.
Asbestos and other hazardous materials abatement is performed only by specialty contractors. donning protective clothing and respiratory protection.
Asbestos abatement workers are also required to attend specIalized training and follow decontamination procedures. The asbestos removal must be
performed within an Isolated airtight plastic containment vessel, under negative air pressure, as required by Federal and State regulation. Estimated project
costs reflect these requirements and removal procedures. The primary targets of this project are County-owned facilities constructed prior to 1978. Bulk
material samples and air samples are taken to vertfy that removal actions are in compliance with regulatory guidelines. Asbestos Abatement is currently also
being Included In stand-alone renovation projects and in the roof replacement project for County Govemment.
,".,
"
The asbestos survey of County facilities. conducted In FY8S. Is the basis of the current work program. Revisions to this work plan are made based on
periodi(..::·~:',
ACM inspection. in support of facility renovation, or in response to
ariy
unidentified ACM Which may be encountered in the course of a maintenance activity.'
OTHER DISCLOSURES
• Expenditures will continue Indefinitely.
APPROPRIATION AND
EXPENDITURE DATA
FY96
FY13
863
663
Appropriation Request
FY13
100
100
0
0
263
127
136
FY10
FY11
6,930
0
6,930
COORDINATION
Department of General Services
PLA'3: Planned lifecycle Asset Replacement
A propriation Request Est
FY14
Supplemental Appropriation Request
Transler
Cumulative Appropriation
Expenditures
I
Encumbrances
Unencumbered Balance
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Elevator Modernization -- No. 509923
Category
Subcategory
Administering Agency
Planning Area
General Government
County Offices and Other Improvements
General Services
Countywide
Total
Thru
~t.
6 Yeans
FY11
12
900
1,219
200
Date Last Modified
Required Adequate Public Facility
Relocation Impact
Status
Januafy 05, 2012
No
. None.
On11o l ng
Beyond
6 Yeans
EXPENDITURE SCHEDULE ($000)
Cost Element
Planning, Design, and Supervision
Land
Site Improvements and Utilities
Construction
Other
Total
G.O. Bonds
Total
Maintenance
Energy
Net Impact
Total
2,319
0
107
11,131
97
13,654
13.654
136541
FY13
150
0
0
850
0
1,000
1,000
1000
·20
·8
-28
FY14
150
0
0
850
FY15
150
0
0
850
0
1,000
1,000
1000
·20
·14
-34
FY16
150
0
FY17
150
0
FY18
150
a
107
3,706
90
5,122
5,122
51221
a
a
2,325
7
2,532
2,532
2532
a
0
5,100
0
6,000
6,000
6 000
·120
-74
·194
a
850
0
1,000:
1,000
1000
-20
-14
a
850
a
a
850
0
1,000
1,000
1000
-20
-14
·34
a
1,000
1,000
10001
·20
·10
-30
a
1,000
1,000
1000
-20
-14
-34
a
a
a
a
0
.
FUNDING SCHEDULE
{$OOOl
0
I
0
OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT
(SOOO)
-34
DESCRIPTION
This project provides for the orderly replacement/renovation of aging and outdated elevator systems in COUl')ty-owned buildings. This project also includes
periodic condition assessments of elevator systems in County buildings.
COST CHANGE
Increase Is due to the addition of FY17
&
FY18 to this ongOing project.
JUSTIFICATION
Many elevator systems in County buildings are inefficient, outdated, and beyond economic repair. The useful life of heavy use equipment (hoist, machine
motor generation set, governor, controls, car safety devices, door operator, rails, air conditioning pump units, car buffers, and door hardware, etc.) has been
exhausted. The existing maintenance program is only capable of keeping the elevator operational, since spare parts are not always readily available in the
market, resulting In Increased shut down time, greater energy consumption, and higher maintenance costs. Renovation/replacement of aging and outdated
elevator systems Improves reliability, energy conservation, safety, and code compliance.
Facility condition assessments of 73 County facilities, completed
by
a consultant in FY05, FY06, and FY07, have been used to prioritize the six-year program.
The March 2010 "Report
of
the Infrastructure Maintenance Task Force: identified an annual level of effort for elevator modernization based on a 25-year
lifespan.
OTHER
Scheduled elevator modernizations:
FY13: Grey Brick Courthouse
FY14: Silver Spring Police Station, Holiday Park Senior Center, Chevy Chase Library, Davis Library, Cabin John Fire Station
OTHER DISCLOSURES
- A pedestrian Impact analysis will be perfonmed during design or
Is
In progress.
• ' Expenditures will continue indefinitely.
APPROPRIATION AND
EXPENDITURE DATA
Date
First
Appropriation
Fif'llt
Cost Estimate
CurrentSco e
last FY's Cost Estimate
Appropriation Request
FY99
FY13
13,654
11.654
FY13
FY14
ues!
1,000
r
1,000
COORDINATION
Departments affected by Elevator
Modernization projects
Department of General Services
0
o
i
CumUlative Appropriation
Expenditures
I
Encumbrances
,Unencumbered Balance
7,654
5,237
2,417
I
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FYll
0
0
0
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Energy Conservation: MCG -- No. 507834
Category
Subcategory
Administering Agency
Planning Area
General Government
County Offices and Other Improvements
General Services
Countywide
Thru
FYii
35
0
0
38
0
73
0
73
Total
Est.
6 Years
FYi2
196
155
0
0
0
0
702
419
0
0
574
900
Date Last Modified
Required Adequate Public Facility
Relocation Impact
Status
January 05, 2012
No
None.
On-going
6eyond
6
Years
33
0
0
0
0
0
0
117
0
0
150
EXPENDITURE SCHEDULE ($000)
Cost Element
Planning. Design, and Supervision
Land
Site Improvements and Utilities
Construction
Other
Total
Current Revenue: General
G.O. Bonds
Total
Maintenance
Energy.
Net Impact
Total
388,
0
0
1.159
0
1,547
FYi3
33
0
0
117
0
150
0
150
150
-7
-43
·50
FY14
33
0
0
117
0
150
0
150
150
FYi5
33
0
0
117
0
150
0
150
150
-7
-43
-50
FY16
33
0
0
117
0
150
0
150
150
-7
FY17
33
0
0
117'
0
150
0
150
150
-7
-43
-50
FY18
.
FUNDING SCHEDULE ($000)
4
1.543
1547
4
570
574
0
900
900
0
150
150
-7
-43
-50
73
0
0
0
OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT ($000)
-42
-258
-300
-7
-43
-50
-43
·50
DESCRIPTION
This program provides for profitable energy conservation retrofits In County-owned buildings. Retrofits to lighting systems, building envelopes, heating and
cooling controls, and boiler efficiency upgrades are provided through this project. A central Energy Management and Control System (EMS) will be installed to
monitor major buildings. Energy audits have been conducted to identify and prioritize energy conservation projects throughout the 105 largest buildings.
Advanced energy-saving technologies are introduced into County facilities as they become economical and reliable. Retrolits are performed during off hours
and do not disrupt services at affected buildings. For new construction and renovation projects, energy deSign guidance is provided to contractors, and energy
budgets are developed and enforced. Utility costs for County facilities are monitored in a computer database.
The project scope includes replacement, upgrading and conversion of the automatic temperature control (ATC) and building automation system (BAS) from
existing non-reliable pneumatic controls and drives to Integrated direct digital control (DOC) system. This will Include electronic damper/valve drives for air
ducts and hydronic loops and remote control and monitoring capability from 1301 Seven Locks Road.
J
USTIFICA
nON
This program Is part of the County's cost-containment program. The projects pay for themselves in a short time. generally one to ten years. The County then ••
continues to benefit for many years through lower utility costs. The program is environmentally responsible in reducing the need for utility power plants and('::.,'\
decreasing greenhouse gas emissions. The project fulfills the County's voluntary commitment to reduce energy use in all its buildings under the EPA Energy"t:.::c·,·i
Star Buildings Program. The project is necessary to fulfill the mandate of Montgomery County Code Section 8-14A. Building Energy DeSign Standards.
Improvements in lighting and HVAC controls also improve employee comfort and productivity. Major retrofits of these energy technologies will be made at all
County facilities not presently scheduled for renovation. Future maintenance costs are also reduced.
.
Additional benefits Include energy conservation, Improved system control and response, improved Indoor ambient conditions, improved system reliability and
availability, and avoiding unavailability and obsolescence of the repair parts for the existing systems.
'
OTHER
Scheduled Upgrades:
FY13: Lighting Upgrade· Germantown Library, Public Safety Communications Center
FY13: Planning and Design Controls Upgrade - Potomac Library, KenSington Library. Construction and Implementation - Chevy Chase Library, Little Falls
Library
.
FY14: Construction and Implementation - Potomac Library, Kensington Library.
OTHER'DISCLOSURES
• Expenditures
will
continue indefinitely,
APPROPRIATION AND
EXPENDITURE DATA
Date First Appropriation
First Cost Estimate
Current Sco e
FY7B
FY12
1,547
COORDINATION
Energy Conservation Work Program - Energy
Star Upgrades
Department of General Services
Department of Environmental Protection
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Appropriation Request
FY13
Appropriation Request Est.
FY14
Supplemental Appropriation Request
Transfer
150
150
0
0
Cumulative Appropriation
Expenditures
I
Encumbrances
Unencumbered Balance
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FY10
FY11
647
156
491
10.140
o
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Category
Subcategory
Administering Agency
Planning Area
General Government
County Offices and Other Improvements
General Services
Countywide
Thru
FY11
306
0
0
457
0
763
633
130
763
Total
Est
i
6 Years
FY12
893
1,323
!
0
0
0
0
3,474
6,990
0
0
4,367
8,3131
4,367
0
4367
8,313
Date Last Modified
Required Adequate Public Facility
Relocation Impact
Status
December 30, 2011
No
None.
On-going
EXPENDITURE SCHEDULE ($000)
Cost Element
Planning, Design, and Supervision
Land
Site Improvements and Utilities
Construction
Other
Total
G.O. Bonds
Water Quality Protection Charge
Total
Total
2,522
0
0
10,921
0
13,443
13.313
130
13443
FY13
148
0
0
1,228
0
1,376
1,376
0
1376
FY14
183
0
0
1,162
0
1,345
1,345
FY15
247
FY16
247
I
o!
FY17
247
FY18
0
0
1,150
0
1.397
1,397
0
0
1,150
0
1,397
1,397
0
1,150
0
1,397
1,397 •
01
13971
Beyond
6 Years
251
0
0
0
0
a
0
1.150
0
0
1,401
0
1,401
FUNDING SCHEDULE
($OOO)
0
0
0
0
8313
0
1345
0
1397
0
1397
0
1,401
DESCRIPTION
This project develops and implements plans for the prevention of pollution, the abatement and containment of potential pollution sources at county facilities ­
including the Department of Transportation, the Department of General Services Depots and maintenance shops - as well as other county facilities and offices.
This project provides for the design and construction of structural covered areas to ensure appropriate storage of hazardous materials and potential pollution
sources at County Depots. Wort<. will also include replacement of the salt bams at County Depots and addressing environmental compliance issues of
Underground Storage Tanks (UST's) and associated piping at County facilities.
ESTIMATED SCHEDULE
FY12-13 Colesville Depot, FY13 Poolesville Depot, FY14 Silver Spring Depot
COST CHANGE
Decrease is to more accurately reflect current implementation schedule. Funding for FY17
&
FY18 has been added.
JUSTIFICATION
This project is supported by the Pollution Prevention Plan (P2) for County facilities and the Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP) for County
facilities to comply with aspects of the Federal Clean Water Act National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Notice of Intent (NOI). Each of the
County maintenance facilities must implement appropriate pollution prevention techniques to reduce contamination of stonn water runoff. Covered areas are
required under the NPDES for all hazardous products and liquid drums that are stpred outside, to avoid the potential of drum deterioration, leakage and/or
runoff contamination. Structural improvements of covered areas and Salt Barn structures are scheduled at the Colesville Depot, Poolesville Depot, and Silver
Spring Depot. This project also includes efforts to address envirpnmental compliance issues of UST's and assoCiated piping at County facilities.
APPROPRIATION AND
EXPENDITURE DATA
Date First Appropriation
First Cost Estimate
Current Sea e
Last FY's Cost Estimate
FY09
FY13
SOOO)
COORDINATION
Department of General Services
Department of Transportation
Department of Pennitling Services
Department of Environmental Protection
Maryland Department of the Environment
MAP
13,443
14,260
FY13
FY14
246
1,345
0
0
6,260
697
5.363
Cumulati\le Aporopriation
Closeout
Thru
Partial Cioseout
FY10
FY11
0
0
0
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EOB
&
Judicial Center Traffic Circle Repair -- No. 361200
Category
Subcategory
Administering Agency
Planning Area
General Government
County Offices and Other Improvements
General Services
Rockville
Thru
FY11
Est
FY12
Total
6 Years
860
0
112
3,652
0
4.624
Date Last Modified
Required Adequate Public Facility
Relocation Impact
Status
December 30.2011
No
None.
Planning Stage
I Beyond
. 6 Years
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
EXPENDITURE SCHEDULE
Cost Element
Planning, DeSign, and Supervision
Land
Site Improvements and Utilities
Construction
Other
Total
G.O. Bonds
Total
Total
FY13
ISOaO)
FY14
FY15
FY16
FY17
FY18
920
0
112
~
5,024
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
01
60
0
0
266
74
400
435
0
0
0
0
435
4351
435
1
255
0
56
1,826
0
2,131
2,137
2131
170
0
56
1.826
0
2,052
0
0
0
01
0
01
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
01
FUNDING SCHEDULE ($000)
5.024·
50241
400
4001
4,624
46241
2.052
20521
0
01
0
0
DESCRIPTION
The traffic circle is located in front of the Executive Office Building (EOB) and Judicial Center (JC), The circle requires immediate repairs due to continual
deterioration which is causing water infiltration into the EOB/Judicial CenterLoading dock below. This two phase project will address the fai/ed expansion joint
seals within Monroe Street. Phase I of the project, Monroe Street Expansion Joint Seal Replacement. includes selective structural road deck concrete patching
and placement of a smoke and fire blanket beneath the joint seal. Phase II includes selected demolition. removal of plaza surfacing. asphalt lopping. and
concrete topping followed by reconstruction of wearing surface.
ESTIMATED SCHEDULE
Design for Phase I repairs are estimated to take
two
months and construction is estimated to take six months. Design for Phase II is to begin in FY13 and is
estimated to take six months and construction is estimated to take
12
mpnths.
COST CHANGE
Increase is due to the addition of Phase II repairs.
JUSTIFICATION
The circle has been deteriorating and now
is
at a point that immediate repairs are needed due to life safety and structural concems resulting from cracks in the
roof deck and various openings in failed expansion jOints. Extensive water infiltration in the loading dock servicing the EOB. JC and neighboring stores is
occurring at an increasing rate due to failure of expansion JOints in the traffic circle. Water infiltration is also causing parts of the concrete roof deck to fail
resulting in concrete chunks falling onto the loading dock below. Continual water damage to the loading dock will result in higher repair costs in the future if this
problem is not taken care of Immediately.
A Structural Engineering and Condition Evaluation Study, dated April
7, 2010.
was prepared by Smislova. Kehnemui & Associates and forms t.he basis of this ... '.,;\
project request. The study concludes that the plaza structure and envelope is in poor condition with specifiC components undergoing severe physical
distress':':."i~:i
Study recommendations are that. in Phase I. a plaza repair program be performed on a prioritized basis starting with replacement of the deficient expansion
joint seal located in the middle of Monroe Street and installation of a smoke and fire blanket beneath the joint. In Phase II. plaza resurfaCing. waterproofing.
and planter and structural deck repairs will be completed.
FISCAL NOTE
The traffic circle on Monroe Street is owned by mUltiple parties including Montgomery County. the City of Rockville, and private owners. A title search will need
to be completed to determine the extent of Montgomery County's financial responsibility for the Phase" repairs.
OTHER DISCLOSURES
- A pedestrian impact analysis will be performed during design or is in progress.
I
Date First Appropriation
APPROPRIATION AND
EXPENDITURE DATA
FY12
FY13
{SOaa
First Cost Estimate
CurrenlSco
Last FY's Cost Estlmate
COORDINATION
Department of General Services
City of Rockville
Adjacent Property Owners
Circuit Court
5.024
400
435
3,922
0
0
400
87
FY13
Appropriation Request
FY14
Appropriation Request Est.
Supplemental Appropriation Request
Transfer
.Cumulative Appropriation
Expenditures
I
Encumbrances
.Unencumbered Balance
Partial Closeout Thru
New Partial Closeout
,Total Partial Closeout
313
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FY11
0
0
0
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EOB HVAC Renovation -- No. 361103
Category
Subcategory
Administering Agency
Planning Area
General Government
County Offices and Other Improvements
General Services
Rockville
Thru
FY11
0
0:
0
0
0
0
0
01
Est.
FY12
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Total
6 Years
1.000
0
0
7,000
0
8,000
8,000
80001
Date Last Modified
Required Adequate Public Facility
Relocation Impact
Status
January 07, 2012
No
None.
Planning Stage
, Beyond
6 Years
EXPENDITURE SCHEDULE
l$OOOL
Cost Element
Planning, Design, and
Su~erv;sion
Land
Site Improvements and Utilities
Construction
Other
Total
G.O. Bonds
Total
Total
1,000
0
0
7,000
0
8,000
8,000
8000
FY13
0
0
0
0
0
FY14
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
01
FY15
1,000
0
0
7.000
0
8,000
8,000
8000L
FY16
I
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
FY17
FY18
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
01
0
0
0
0
Q
a
01
01
0
FUNDING SCHEDULE ($000)
0
01
L
a
DESCRIPTION
This project provides for the procurement and partial compensation of an Energy Service Company (ESCO) to replace the outdated and energy-inefficient
HVAC systems in the Executive Office Building (EOB) located at 101 Monroe Street. Rockville. Maryland. The ESCO analyzes, designs, and constructs the
energy-efficient HVAC replacement systems. 'In return, the ESCO receives a portion of the saved energy costs in addition to direct compensation,
ESTIMATED SCHEDULE
The ESCO analysis and deSign is scheduled to occur in FY15 with an agreement with the ESCO and construction occurring in late FY15.
COST CHANGE
Cost increase is due to addition of ESCO lump sum costs,
JUSTIFICATION
The EOB was built In 1979, and its HVAC system is over 30 years old, In 2006, the Department of General Services hired a consultant (URS Inc.) to conduct a
condition assessment study
to
identify the condition of the HVAC system, The outcome of this study Indicated that all equipment and components have
reached the end of their economic life expectancy. Moreover, the existing all electric heating system is highly inefficient and is costly to operate. The consultant
study recommended that the entire HVAC system be redeSigned with state-of-the-art-technology, highly efficient equipment, and be replaced in its entirety.
OTHER DISCLOSURES
• A pedestrian impact analysis will be performed during design or is in progress.
APPROPRIATION AND
EXPENDITURE DATA
Date First Appropriation
First Cost Estimate
Current Sec e
Last FY's Cost Estimate
Appropriation Request
FY
FY13
(SOOO
COORDINATION
Department of General Services
City of Rockville
Offices of the County Executive
Department of Technology Services
Department of Finance
Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service
Department of Human Resources
Office of Management and Budget
Department of Transportation
Washington Gas
WSSC
PEPCO
8,000
2,958
FY13
FY14
'Appropriation Request Est.
•Supplemental Ap ropriation Request
Transfer
Cumulative Appropriation
Expenditures
I
Encumbrances
Unencumbered Balance
Partial Closeout Thru
New Partial Closeout
Total Partial Closeout
FY10
FYl1
o
i
a
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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Facilities Site Selection: MeG -- No. 500152
Category
Su bcategory
Administering Agency
Planning Area
General Government
County Offices and Other Improvements
General Services
Countywide
Thru
FY11
Est.
FY12
Total
6 Years
Date last Modified
Required Adequate Public Facility
Relocation Impact
Status
January 09, 2012
No
"None.
On-golng
Beyond
6 Years
EXPENDITURE SCHEDULE ($000)
Cost Element
Planning, Design, and Supervision
Land
Site Improvements and Utilities
Construclion
Other
Total
Current Revenue: General
I
Total
Total
FY13
FY14
FY15
FY16
FY17
FY18
310
106
0
0
130
106
0
0
3
239
30
0
0
0
0
30
150
a
0
0
0
150
25
0
25
0
0
0
0
25
25
a
0
0
25
a
0
0
0
25
25
0
0
3
419
0
0
25
25
0
0
0
0
25
25
a
0
0
0
25
a
0
0
0
0
0
419
FUNDING SCHEDULE
($OOc)
239
30
150
251
239
301
25
25
25
251
25
25
25
25
25
25
a
01
I
4191
150
251
DESCRIPTION
This project provides for sile selection for the following candidate projects: Clarksburg Library, Laytonsville Fire Station. Special Operations
&
Traffic Division
Equipment and Vehicle Storage, Multi-User Central Warehouse, Damascus Depot Relocation, Clarksburg Community Recreation and Aquatic Center, and East
County HHS Facility and other site selection activities such as appraisals. geotechnical services, environmental studies, and surveys.
Other Sites that could be considered for site selection analysiS are the Seventh District Police Station. Silver Spring Community Recreation and Aquatic Center.
Supply and Evidence Facility, and land for Facility Reforestation.
COST CHANGE
Increase due to the addition of FY17
&
FY18 to this ongoing project.
OTHER
These funds will be used for site selection only. No land will
be
purchased without notice to the County Council that must Include the reasons why the
proposed site is appropriate for the speCific project being planned. Including the expected size of the facility and how the site Is responsive to' community
needs. Any land acquisition will be funded Initially through ALARF: MCG, then reimbursed by a future appropriation from the specific project. The County
Executive will work with the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning CommiSSion staff to review future facility needs in master plans and department
strategiC plans to identify sites beyond those for projects in facility planning and the current CIP for acquisition.
,',
"
"
,
APPROPRIATION AND
EXPENDITURE DATA
Date First Appropriation
First Cost E$timate
Current Sco e
Last FY'$ Cost Estimate
COORDINATION
FY01
FY13
419
' 359
25
25
0
Department of Police
Department of Public Libraries
Department of General Services
Department of Recreation
Department of FIre/Rescue services
Department of Transportation
Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning
Commission
Office of Management and Budget
Regional Services Centers
MAP
FY13
FY14
0
269
246
23
FY10
FY11
0
0
0
Unencumbered Balance
Partial ClolleOUt Thru
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Total Partial ClolleOut
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Category
Subcategory
Administering Agency
Planning Area
General Government
County Offices and Other Improvements
General Services
Countywide
I Thru
Total
FY11
9,148
7,143
87
87
7
7
110 I
110
208
203
9,560
7,550
8.915
625
20
95601
6,905
625
20
7550
Total
Est.
6 Years
FY12
1,560
445
0
0
0
0
5
450
450
0
0
1,560
1,560
0
0
1560
Date Last Modified
Required Adequate Public Facility
Relocation Impact
Status
January 07,2012
No
None.
On.going
I
Beyond
FY18
i
6 Years
260
a
EXPENDITURE SCHEDULE ($000)
Cost Element
Planning, Design, and Supervision
Land
Site Improvements and Utilities
Construction
Other
Total
Current Revenue: General
G.O. Sonds
Solid Waste Disposal Fund
Total
FY13
260
0
FY14
260
0
0
FY15
260
FY16
i
FY17
260
a
a
0
a
0
0
0
260
260
0
a
260
260
0
a
a
260
260
0
260
0
0
0
0
260
260
0
a
a
0
0
260
260
0
0
260
a
0
0
a
0
0
0
a
260
260
0
0
260
.
FUNDING SCHEDULE ($000)
a
0
0
0
450
0
260
0
260
0
260
0
260
0
0
DESCRIPTION
This project provides for general government facility planning studies for a variety of projects under consideration in the CIP. In addition, facility planning
serves as a transition stage for a project between the master plan or conceptual stage and
its
inclusion as a stand-alone project in the CIP. Prior to the
establishment of a stand-alone project, Montgomery County develops a Program of Requirements (PaR) that oullines the general and specific features
required on the project. Selected projects range in type including: new buildings, renovation of existing buildings, stormwater management, and recycling
centers. Facility planning is a decision making process that includes the determination of the purpose of, and need for, a candidate project, a rigorous
investigation of non-County sources of funding, and, in.some cases, an estimate of the cost of the design and an esllmated range of the cost of construction of
the project. Facility planning represents planning and preliminary design and develops a paR In advance of full programming of a project in the CIP.
Depending upon the results of a facility planning determination of purpose and need, a project mayor may not proceed to design and construction. For a full
deSCription of the facility planning process, see the CIP Planning Section in Volume
I.
COST CHANGE
Increase due to the addition of FY17 & FY18 to this ongoing project offset by reductions in project scope due to the anticipation of a reduced need to plan new
facilities given the backlog of planned projects awaiting construction funding due to fiscal constraints.
J USTI FICATIO
N
Facility planning costs for projects which uHimately become stand-alone projects are included here. These costs will not be reflected in the resulting individual
project.
OTHER
The study proposals under this program are developed in conjunction with program departments, the Department of General Services, the Office of
Management and Budget (OMB), and consultants to ensure accurate program requirements. Planning studies underway or to
be
completed in FY13 or FY14
are listed on the next page. This list includes projects that will potentially be considered for inclusion as stand alone projects in the FY15-20 CIP. Other
projects not listed may be planned under urgent situations.
FISCAL NOTE
$400,000 for facility planning for a new PSTA to be located at the Webb Tract, as part of the County's Smart Growth Initiative, has been transferred from the
PSTA Academic Building Complex, Project No. 479909, to this project.
OTHER DISCLOSURES
• Expenditures
will
continue indefinitely.
APPROPRIATION AND
EXPENDITURE DATA
Date First Appropriation
First Cost Estimate
CurrentSco e
Last FY's Cost Estimate
FY87
FY13
9,560
9.300
260
260
COORDINATION
Department of Environmental Protection
Department of General Services
Department of Correction and Rehabilitation
Department of Fire and Rescue Services
Department of Police
Department of Health and Human Services
Department of Recreation
Department of Public Libraries
Circuit Court
OffIce of Management and Budget
Commission on People with Disabilities
Montgomery County Pedestrian Safety
Advisory Committee
Appropriation Request
FY13
Appropriation Request Est
FY14
Supplemental Ap ropriation Request
Transfer
,Cumulative Appropriation
i
Expenditures
o
o
8,000
7,617
I
Encumbrances
Unencumbered Balance
Pal1ial Closeout Thru
New Pal1ial Closeout
Total Pal1ial Closeout
Recommended
FY10
FY11
383
o
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MeG
No. 508768
Planning Studies underway or candidate projects to be completed during FY13 and FY14
Laytonsville Fire Station
Clarksburg and Damascus Community Recreation and Aquatic Center
West County Outdoor Pool Renovations
Special Operations and Traffic Division Equipment and Vehicle Storage
Supply and Evidence Facility
Multi-User Central Warehouse
Seven Locks Signal Shop (Building
C)
Clarksburg Library
DOCR Staff Training Center
Poolesville Depot Improvements
8818 George Ave Health Center
Progress Place Relocation
1301A Piccard Drive
Avery Road Treatment Center
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HVAC/Elec Replacement: MCG -- No. 508941
Category
Subcategory
Administering Agency
Planning Area
General Government
County Offices and Other Improvements
General Services
Countywide
Thru
FY11
60
0
0
644
0
704
704
704
Date Last Modified
Required Adequate Public Facility
Relocation Impact
Status
Total
6 Years
1.350
0
0
5,550
0
6,900
6,900
January 07, 2012
No
None.
On-9 oln g
Beyond
6 Years
EXPENDITURE SCHEDULE ($000)
Cost Element
Planning. Design, and Supervision
Land
Site Improvements and Utilities
Construction
Totat
1.930
0
0
7,200
0
9,130
9,130
9130
Est
FY12
520
0
0
1.006
0
1,526
1,526
15261
FY13
225
0
0:
925
FY14
FY15
225
0
0
0
1,150
1,150
11501
-631
-631
FY16
225
0
0
925
0
1,150
1,150
11501
-631
-631
FY17
225
0
0
925
0
1,150
FY18
225
0
0
925
0
1,150
225
0
0
925
0
1,150
1,150
11501
-631
-631
0
0
0
0
0
~
G.O. Bonds
I
Total
0
1,150
1,150
!
11501
-111
-111
.
FUNDING SCHEDULE ($000)
69001
-326
-326
1150
1'150~
-631
-631
-631
-631
0
0
OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT ($000)
I
Energy
Net Impact
I
I
I
I
I
DESCRIPTION
This project provides for the orderly replacement/renovation of outdated Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems and electrical systems in
County buildings. The Department of General Services (DGS) currently oversees, monitors and provides services for operation of the mechanical, electrical
and fire protection systems of 233 County facilities with approximately 6.1 million square feet of occupied space. The project requires periodic condition
assessments and renovation of the HVAC, plumbing, electrical, and control systems and equipment; overhauling the air distribution systems; electrical service
upgrades; and emergency generator replacements.
COST CHANGE
Increase due to the addition of FY17
&
FY18 to this ongoing project.
JUSTIFICATION
Many HVAC, plumbing and electrical systems in County-owned buildings are outdated and well beyond economical repair. particularly in buildings which have
not been renovated in many years. In the life of the buildings, the HVAC, plumbing and electrical systems require major renovation or replacement at least
once every 25 years. These renovations will not only significantly extend the life of the County buildings, but convert the old mechanicaVelectrical systems to
state-of-the-art energy efficient systems and improve indoor air quality as well. Consequently, it conserves energy and saves resources. The criteria for
selecting the County facilities for systems renovation or replacement include: mechanicaVelectrical systems degradation, high maintenance costs, high energy
consumption, current code compliance, indoor air quality, and major change of the functional use of the building.
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has issued proposed rules for providing quality of indoor air in the
work
place (OSHA 29 CFR parts
1910, 1915, and 1926). The rules require indoor air quality (IAQ) compliance plans to be implemented. The results of a facility condition assessment of 73
County facilities completed by a consultant in FY05, FY06 and FY07 have been used to prioritize the six-year program. The March 2010, "Report of the
Infrastructure Maintenance Task Force,· identified an annual level of effort for HVAC/electrical replacement based on a 25-year life span.
OTHER
Scheduled HVAC/Electrical Replacements:
.
FY13: White Oak Library, Longwood Recreation Center, Leland Community Center, Silver Spring Health Center, Wheaton Police Station, Upper County
Community Center, 1301 Piccard Drive, Colesville Health Center
FY14: Olney Swimming POOl, Red Brick Courthouse, Council Office Building
OTHER DISCLOSURES
- A pedestrian impact analysis will be performed during design or is in progress.
*
Expenditures will continue Indefinitely.
APPROPRIATION AND
EXPENDITURE DATA
Date First Appropriation
First Cost Estimate
Current Sea e
Last FY's Cost Estimate
FY96
FY13
9,130
7,393
787
1,150
COORDINATION
Department of General Services
Departments affected by HVAC projects
MAP
FY13
Appropriation Request
FY14
Appropriation Request Est.
Supplemental Ap pMalion Request
Transfer
Cumulative Appropriation
Expenditures' Encumbrances
Unencumbered Balance
Partial Closeout Thru
New Partial ClOseout
Total Partial Closeout
Recommended
FY10
FYl1
0
0
2,593
899
1,694
18,628
O.
18.628
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&
E -- No. 361102
Category
Subcategory
Administering Agency
Planning Area
General Government
County Offices and Other Improvements
General Services
Silver Spring
Thru
FY11
Esl
FY12
Total
6 Years
50
50
0
0_
Date Last Modified
Required Adequate Public Facility
Relocation Impact
Status
January
04. 2012
No
--None.
Planning Stage
EXPENDITURE SCHEDULE ($000)
Cost Element
Planning, Design, and Supervision
Land
Site Improvements and Utilities
Construction
Other
Total
G.O. Bonds
1
Total
Total
FY13
50
FY14
0
FY15
FY16
1
01
01
FY17
FY18
101
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
a
0
101
101
101,
a
a
a
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0
0
50
0
a
0
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0
0
0
0,
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a
a
a
0
0
0
0
Beyond
6
Years
0
0
a
0
0
a
0
0
0
1
FUNDING SCHEDULE ($000l
1
11
50
50
50
50
501
501
0
0
50
0
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0
0
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0
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DESCRIPTION
This project provides funding to complete the Program of Requirements (PaR) for HVAC re-design and replacement and complete building renovation at the
Brookville Ride-On Bus Depot. Buildings 0
&
E,-which is located at
8710
Brookville Road, Silver Spring. Maryland.
ESTIMATED SCHEDULE
paR is scheduled to be complete at the end of
FY13.
COST CHANGE
Decrease is due to deferring design in order to complete the paR.
JUSTIFICATION
The existing HVAC systems are at the end of their service ufe and do not provide adequate ventilation to meet current American Society of Heating,
Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers standards. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health recommends controlling diesel exposure at
the lowest possible level. In August
2009,
a consultant prepared an lAC survey, inspection, and lAC testing.
OTHER
Air quality in Building H was substantially completed In June
2008
in project
#500303.
OTHER DISCLOSURES
_
- A pedestrian impact analysis will be perfonned during design or is in progress.
APPROPRIATION AND
EXPENDITURE DATA
Date First Appropriation
First Cost Estimate
Current
Sec
Last FY's Cost Estimate
FYl1
FY13
101
COORDINATION
Department of Pennitting Services
Department of General Services
Department of Technology Services
Division of Fleet Management Services
WSSC
PEPeO
MAP
666
FY13
FY14
-565
0
0
0
Cumulatille Appropriation
Expenditures
I
Encumbrances
Unencumbered Balance
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FYl1
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Life Safety Systems: MeG -- No. 509970
Category
Subcategory
Administering Agency
Planning Area
General Government
County Offices and Other Improvements
General Services
Countywide
Thru
FY11
907
1,383'
01
0
172
1721
5,785j
1.465
5981
597
3,141
7,93 8 1
3.141
31411 '
Date Last Modified
Required Adequate Public Facility
Relocation Impact
Status
Total
6 Years
476
0
0
3.774
January 07,2012
No
None.
On·golng
Beyond
6 Years
0
0
0
0
0
EXPENDITURE SCHEDULE
(SOOO)
Cost Element
Planning, Design, and Supervision
Land
Site 1m Jrovements and Utilities
Construction
Other
Total
G.O. Bonds
Total
Total
I
Est.
FY12
0
0
0
546
1
547
547
547
FY13
98
0
0
777
FYi.
98
0
0
777
FY15
70
0
0
555
0
625
625
6251
·30
-30
FY16
70i
01
01
555'
01
6251
6251
6251
-30L
-301
FY17,
701
0'
0
555
FY18
70
0
0
555
0
625
,
625
6251
·30
-30
0
.,250
4.250
4250
0
875
8751
8751
·151
-151
0
875
875
875
·30
-301
0
625
625
6251
.
FUNDING SCHEDULE
(SOOO)
I
1
7.9381
79381
0
01
OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT ($000)
I
Maintenance
I
Net Impact
I
I
I
I
·1651
-1651
·30
-30
DESCRIPTION
This project provides funding for installation of
modem
life safety systems to protect the County's facilities and to protect buildings In the event of fire
emergencies. Implementation of this project will help to minimize the dangers to life from fire. including smoke and fumes. The scope of the project
encompasses fire alarms with voice addressable capabilities. sprinklers for fire suppression. fire and smoke detection, and smoke control systems,
COST CHANGE
lIierease is due to additional funding in FY13
&
FY14 for life safety systems at the Poolesville and Damascus Depots and the addition of FY17
&
FY18 to this
ongoing project.
JUSTIFICATION
Numerous existing facilities are In need of modem. basic life safety systems. In many older facilities. there are no fire alarms or sprinklers. Some facilities are
24·hour residential facilities. In case of fire. there could be a significant potential exposure to loss of life and property. Most of the facilities do not meet codes
and have outdated fire alarm systems for which spare parts are no longer available and which can no longer be kept in reliable operation. Many of these
County facilities were built years ago, and thus, were grandfathered under the fire code since the occupancy category has not changed. The outdated systems
need to be replaced and upgraded to provide improved protection to County employees and County properties.
.
Facility condition assessments of 73 County facilities, completed by a consultant in FYOS. FYOS and FY07, have been used to structure and prioritize the
six-year program.
The
March 2010 "Report of the Infrastructure Maintenance Task Force: identified an annual level of effort for life safety systems based on
2S-year lifespan.
OTHER
Scheduled replacements:
FY13: Poolesville Depot. Brookville Ride-On Depot· Building H, Chevy Chase Library, Bethesda Police Station. Little Falls Library. Clara Barton Community
Center, Colesville Health Center, 1301 Seven Locks Road
FY14: Damascus Depot. Recreation Headquarters, Bethesda Depot. Potomac library, One Lawrence Court. Davis Library, Holiday Park Senior Center
OTHER DISCLOSURES
- A pedestrian Impact analysis
will
be performed durtng design or is in progress .
• • Expenditures will continue indefinitely.
APPROPRIATION AND
EXPENDITURE DATA
Date
Fil'1lt Appropriation
COORDINATION
FYe9
FY13
7,938
6.188
875
875
0
0
Departments affected by
Life
Safety Systems
projects
Department of General Services
Fil'1lt Cost Estimate
CurrentSco e
Last FY's Cost Estimate
Appropriation Request
FY13
Appropriation Request Est.
FY14
Supplemental Appropriation Reques!
Transfer
Cumulative Appropriatlon
Expenditures
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Unencumbered Balance
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FY11
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Montgomery County Government Complex •• No. 360901
Category
Subcategory
Administering Agency
Planning Area
General Government
County Offices and Other Improvements
General Services
Rockville
Thru
Est.
Total
6 Years
Date Last Modified
Required Adequate Public Facility
Relocation Impact
Status
January
07, 2012
No
None.
Preliminary Design Stage
Beyond
, 6 Years
EXPENDITURE SCHEDULE
($OOO}
Cost Element
Planning, Design, and Supervision
Land
Site Improvements and Utilities
Construction
Other
Total
G.O. Bonds
Total
Total
4,113
0
0
0
1
4,114
4.114
4114
FY11
782
0
FY12
3,331
FY13
0
0
0
0
0
0
FY14
0
0
0:
0
0
0
0
0
FY15
FY16
FY17
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
FY18
0
a
0
0
782
782
7821
a
0
0
1
3.332
0
0
0
0
0
0
a
0
0
0
0
0
a
0
0
0
a
0
0
0
0
a
0
0
0
0
0
FUNDING SCHEDULE
(SODa)
0
3.332
01
33321
0
01
0
0
0
0'
0
01
0
01
0
01
DESCRIPTION
This project provides for the planning and design of the three components identified in the Government Core Facilities Optimization Master Plan Study: the new
Council Office Building (COB). the COB garage addition, and a new pedestrian bridge. The Judicial Center Annex and Judicial Center renovation included in
the Government Core Plan are being provided through CIP Project No.
100300,
Judicial Center Annex, Other components of the Govemment Core Facilities
Optimization Master Plan Study include the Executive Office Building, Red Brick Courthouse, Grey Courthouse, Grey Courthouse Annex, and Jury Parking Lot
may be added to this project in future years.
The existing COB will be replaced by a new building that will be located adjacent to the Executive Office BUilding. The new COB will accommodate the existing
COB occupants, projected COB occupant growth to year
2025,
and approximately
77.000
gross square feet of additional space. The additional space will be
used for consolidation of County departments currently located in leased facilities, or the feasibility of relocating other County agencies may also be
considered. The existing COB garage will be expanded
by
three floors to accommodate the parking requirements for the Judicial Center Annex and the new
COB. The pedestrian bridge will cross Jefferson Street to connect the COB garage and the new COB, Increasing pedestrian safety.
COST CHANGE
Project deferred due to fiscal affordability,
JUSTIFICATION
The Government Core Facilities Optimization Master Plan Study (funded under CIP Project No.
500721)
analyzed short and long-term growth needs, speed
and ease of implementation, cost effectiveness, creation of a suitable government complex, as well as Improvement of government services and accessibility,
The Government Core Facilities Optimization Master Plan Study recommended construction of a new COB, COB garage addition, and a JUdicial Center Annex
to meet the year
2025
growth requirements.
The Executive Office Building, COB. and COB garage are aged and in need of either renovation or major system replacement. There is also a need for space
to consolidate govemment functions and provide future growth. Replacement and renovation of these facilities requires comprehensive planning and phasing.
Plans and Studies: Government Core Optimization Master Plan Study (February
2008.
Matrix Setties/Staubach). The new Council Office Building Program of
Requirements was completed in January
2009.
OTHER DISCLOSURES
- A pedestrian impact analysis has been completed for this project.
- Land acquisition' will be funded initially through ALARF, and then reimbursed by a future appropriation from this project, The total cost of this project will
Increase when land expenditures are programmed.
APPROPRIATION AND
EXPENDITURE DATA
FY09
FY13
(SOOO
4,114
4,614
FY13
FY14
-500
COORDINATION
County Council
Office of Legislative Oversight
Office of the People's Counsel
Merit System Protection Board
Office of Zoning and Administrative Hearings
Board of Appeals
Department of Technology Services
Department of Housing and Community
Affairs
Office of Consumer Protection
Ethics Commission
Department of Police
Department of General Services
City of Rockville
Maryland Siale Highway Administration
0
0
a
Cumulative Appropriation
Expenditures
I
Encumbrances
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2.591
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Montgomery County Radio Shop Relocation
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No. 360902
Category
Subcategory
Administering Agency
Planning Area
General Government
County Offices and Other Improvements
General Services
Rockville
Thru
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53
Est.
FY12
Total
6 Years
1,117
0
337
3,163
0
Date Last Modified
Required Adequate Public Facility
Relocation Impact
Status
January 09, 2012
No
. None.
Planning Stage
Beyond
6 Years
263
0
240
2,249
551
EXPENDITURE SCHEDULE ($000)
Cost Element
Planning, Design, and Supervision
Land
Site ImRrovements and Utilities
Construction
Other
Total
G.O. Bonds
Interim Finance
Total
Total
1,441
0,
5771
5,412
55U==
7,981
61
7.920
7981
FY13
0
0
0
0
0
FY14
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
FY15
FY16
FY17
FY18
509
0
337
3,163
0
b
0
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
53
4,617
8
0
FUNDING SCHEDULE ($000)
8
0
8
0
01
0
0
608
0
0
0
0
608
0
6081
6081
4,009
0
4,009
4009
3,303
0
3,303
53
0
4,617
4617
0
0
53
0
0
0
3303
DESCRIPnON
This project is part of the Smart Growth Initiative program and provides for the relocation of the Montgomery County Radio Shop currently located at 16551
Crabbs Branch Way in the Shady Grove Sector, to a county-owned site on Seven Locks Road. The Montgomery County Radio Repair Shop provides radio
installation and repair services for the Police, Fire and Rescue, and Transportation departments throughout Montgomery County.
ESTIMATED SCHEDULE
The design phase will commence during the Winter of 2017 and is expected to last nine months, followed by approximately six months for bidding, with a
construction period of approximately fourteen months.
JUSTIFICAnON
In order to implement the County's Shady Grove Sector Plan which would capitalize on the existing Investment In mass transit
by
creating a transit-oriented
development community, the Counly Service Park must be relocated. Relocation of the facilities at the County Service Park will enable the County to realize
both the translt-oriented development intended for the area and address unmet needs.
The Counly is faced with aging facilities that require extensive Investment of funds to meet
OUf
needs. With the age of some of the facilities, the extent of the
required investment must be weighed against the long-term ability of the facilities to satisfy current and future County needs.
Plans and studies for this project include: M-NCPPC Shady Grove Sector Plan, approved by the Montgomery County Council, January 2006, adopted by the
M-NCPPC, March 15, 2006; "Montgomery County Property Use Study Updated Briefing to County Council: April 29, 2008 (based on Staubach Reports);
"Montgomery County Smart Growth Initiative Update to County Council," September 23. 2008.
.
.. :',
OTHER
Expenditure and funding schedules have been adjusted to reflect the current implementation plan •.
OTHER DISCLOSURES
- A pedestrian impact analysis has been completed for this project.
APPROPRIATION AND
EXPENDITURE DATA
Date First Appropriation
First Cost Estimate
Current Sea e
Last FY's Cost Estimate
FY09
FY11
$000)
COORDINATION
Department of General Services
Department of Transportation
Maryland-National Capital
Park
and Planning
Commission
Department of Permitting Services
Department of Finance
Oepartment of Technology Services
Office of Management and Budget
Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission
'
City of Rockville
PEPCO
Washington Gas
Bethesda Regional Services Center
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7,981
FY13
Appropriation Request
FY14
Appropriation Request Est.
Supplemental Appropriation Request
TranSfer
:Cumulative Appropriation
Expenditures I Encumbrances
Unencumbered Salance
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FY11
0
7,981
53
7,928
0
0
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