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AAV of How to Build a California Public School


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California School Board Association, San Diego

December 5, 2008
Rob Cook, Executive Officer, Office of Public School Construction
David Thorman, State Architect, Division of State Architect
Kathleen Moore, Director School Facilities Planning Division, California Department of Education
Maziar Movassaghi, Deputy Director Site Mitigation and Brownfields Reuse, Department of Toxic Substances Control

Slides:

1. Role of California Department of Education

Regulatory Role: Site and Plans Review and Approval

Advisory Role: Advisory and Best Practices

2. Role of the Division of the State Architect

Plan review for school construction

Code and Regulation Development

3. Role of the Office of Public School Construction

Office of Public School Construction (OPSC) services as staff to the State Allocation Board (SAB)

State Allocation Board Membership

The State Allocation Board:

4. State Allocation Board/Office of Public School Construction

State Allocation Board Members

Michael Genest with photograph
Will Bush with photograph
Jack O'Connell with photograph
Rosario Girard with photograph
Senate Member Joe Simitian with photograph
Senate Member to be determined with no photograph
Senate Member to be determined with no photograph
Assembly Member to be determined with no photograph
Assembly Member Jean Fuller with photograph
Assembly Member Kevin de Leon with photograph

5. Role of Department of Toxic Substance Control

Department of Toxic Substance Control (DTSC) Environmental Process

6. Players

District - includes school board, superintendent, architect, construction manager, contractors, and engineers

California Department of Education (CDE)

Division of the State Architect (DSA)

Office of Public School Construction (OPSC)

Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC)

7. How to Build a California Public School

Phases of building a school

8. Planning

Master Plan

9. Planning

Program Planning

10. Design

Schematics Design

11. Design

Design Development

12. Design

Construction Documents

13. Plan Review

Intake

14. Plan Review

DSA conducts three concurrent reviews

Plans are returned to district architect with DSA comments

15. Plan Review

Back Check

16. Funding/Bidding

State Matching Funds

17. Funding/Bidding

Bid Phase

18. Construction

State Funds Released

Inspector of Record Hired

19. Construction

Construction team in place, including subcontractors

District monitors progress of project

DTSC involvement if applicable

Annual Expenditure Reports

20. Move In/Project Close-Out

Final payment, waivers, and releases

21. Move In/Project Close-Out

Project Close-Out with DSA

22. Move In/Project Close-Out

Audit of Expenditures

23. Hot Topics

California Department of Education

24. Hot Topics

Division of the State Architect

25. Hot Topics

Office of Public School Construction

26. Business Case for Sustainability - Return on Investment

"We shape our buildings; thereafter, they shape us." - Winston Churchill

Picture of arrows in circle formation with the wording Better product plus more revenue, improved outcomes, improved environment, reduced energy demand, and funding

27. Hot Topics

Department of Toxic Substances Control

28. Thank You

Questions

29. Departments

Kathleen J. Moore, California Department of Education, 916-445-2144

David Thorman, Division of the State Architect External link opens in new window or tab. , 916-445-8100

Rob Cook, Office of Public School Construction External link opens in new window or tab. , 916-445-8100

Maziar Movassaghi, Department of Toxic Substances Control External link opens in new window or tab. , 800-728-6942

Questions:   Fred Yeager | fyeager@cde.ca.gov | 916-327-7148
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