Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Dunwoody School Cluster Facility Condition Assessment Reports

The 2015 Facility Condition Assessment (FCA) Reports are now located on the DeKalb Schools website:   http://www.dekalb.k12.ga.us/www/operations/building-spaces/facility-condition-assessments/.

I have created a small summary for each Dunwoody cluster school.  The FCA report for each school has much more detailed data.  Click on the school name below to view the entire FCA report for the school. 

School
Year Built
Last Renovation
Total FCI
(Facility Condition Index) %
Current Academic Building FCI %
Total Remaining Service Life %
Remaining Service Life Current Bldg. %
Austin ES
1975
None
53.6
58.38
26.33
24.84
Chesnut ES
1969
None
56.83
62.66
26.24
24.87
Dunwoody ES
2009
None
0.02
0.02
77.94
77.85
Hightower ES
1958
2012
38.58
34.62
30.15
29.76
Kingsley ES
1971
None
56.15
57.26
25.18
24.90
Vanderlyn ES
1973
2001
26.13
24.89
47.75
50.02
Peachtree Charter MS
2006
None
1.5
1.72
67.07
67.33
Dunwoody HS
1972
2011
8.83
9.77
64.43
61.64

Condition Deficiency Priority
 
Priority 1 
Priority 2
Priority 3
Priority 4
Priority 5
Austin ES
$109,710.00
$0.00
$8,073,825.59
$0.00
$0.00
Chesnut ES
$0.00
$3,647.34
$7,194,749.49
$0.00
$0.00
Dunwoody ES
$0.00
$4,650.37
$994.84
$0.00
$0.00
Hightower ES
$0.00
$0.00
$4,865,498.36
$0.00
$0.00
Kingsley ES
$0.00
$0.00
$7,949,295.84
$0.00
$0.00
Vanderlyn ES
$0.00
$0.00
$3,630,981.07
$0.00
$0.00
Peachtree Charter MS
$0.00
$10,125.62
$529,328.80
$0.00
$0.00
Dunwoody HS
$3,703.34
$266,978.25
$5,032,246.31
$0.00
$0.00

**My note:  Perhaps instead of assigning the SPLOST IV $$$ allotted for the Dunwoody cluster to one school, those funds should have been allocated across the board to address these Priority 3 issues.??

Glossary
Facilty Condition Index (FCI) FCI is an industry-standard measure of a facility's condition expressed as a percentage from 0.00% to 100.00% that is derived by divding the cost to correct a facility's deficiences by its Current Replacement Value (CRV).  The higher the FCI the poorer the condition of a facility. 
Remaining Service Life (RSL) Remaining Service Life (RSL) is the number of years of service remaining for a system or current equipment.  It is automatically calculated based on the difference of the current year and the Calculated Next Renewal date or the Next Renewal Date whichever one is the later date.
Priority 1 Deficiences require immediate review to correct a potential life/safety hazard, stop accelerated deterioration, or return a facility to operation.
Priority 2 Deficiences could become a Priority 1 deficiency, if not corrected within the next 2-3 years.  These include intermittent operations, rapid deterioration, or potential life/safety hazards.
Priority 3 Deficiences require appropriate attention to preclude predictable deterioration or potential downtime and the associated damage or higher costs if deferred further and not completed within the next 3-5 years.  
Priority 4 Deficiencies represent a sensible improvement to existing conditions.  The recommended improvements are not required for the basic functionality of the facility; however, addressing these deficiences will improve overall usability and/or reduce long term maintenance costs.  Repairs for these deficiences may be budgeted and scheduled for completion within the next 5-7 years.
Priority 5 Deficiences will include conditions that have no impact on the function or usability of the facility, such as appearance.  No action is required for these deficiences, but they are tracked since they may require future inspection or be completed as part of related epairs in contiguous areas of the facility.

Click on the school name to view the FCA Report:

Austin Elementary School Facility Condition Assessment Report

Chesnut Elementary School Facility Condition Assessment Report

Dunwoody Elementary School Facility Condition Assessment Report

Hightower Elementary School Facility Condition Assessment Report

Kingsley Elementary School Facility Condition Assessment Report

Vanderlyn Elementary School Facility Condition Assessment Report

Peachtree Charter Middle School Facility Condition Assessment Report

Dunwoody High School Facility Condition Assessment Report


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