The Summary Phase is intended to present the results of the Master Planning efforts. These results are to assist with developing the project priorities. The following summary data is provided:
a. Seismic Repair Costs (AB 300) – This is a list of buildings that were determined by the Division of the State Architect to require structural analysis due to the age and building type.
b. Immediate Needs – Items identified that require immediate action as a result of potential unsafe conditions, failed or imminent failure of mission critical building system or conditions that may have the potential to result in critical element or system failure.
c. Replacement Reserves – Cost for recurring probable renewals or expenditures, which are not classified as operation or maintenance expenses.
Click on the “VIEW INTERACTIVE SUMMARY OF FACILITY REPAIR COSTS” to view specific components of the assessment costs.
Finally, there is an“EXECUTIVE SUMMARY” of the findings and observations of the Facilities Master Plan.
The implementation strategy and plan is still under development. Check back soon for updates.
A Long Range Facilities Master Plan (LRFMP) is an important part of the Escondido Union School District’s planning for future facility improvements. The primary element of this endeavor is to ‘right-size’ the district’s facilities in alignment with the projected district enrollment. To achieve this goal, the LRFMP team visited each site to record the current use of all existing instructional space and the amount of time each space is utilized for educational activities. This process allowed us to calculate the existing capacity at each campus and compare it to the projected future enrollment through 2025 (prepared by Davis Demographics). Using the demographic study, we began developing the campus specific master plans correctly sized for the district’s future enrollment projections.
The ongoing operations and maintenance costs for the district is directly proportionate to the amount of facilities in the district’s inventory. To best utilize district’s financial resources, it is imperative that the district not maintain and operate surplus facilities not needed to deliver the district’s educational goals. To determine the probable cost of maintenance expenditures, the LRFMP team conducted a thorough Facilities Condition Assessment of each campus to identify these project cost for the next twenty years (the projected timeline for which most major building components will need to be replaced).
Some Important data and results of this LRFMP effort are:
A great deal of work and collaboration went into producing this Long Range Facilities Master Plan for the Escondido Union School District. DLR Group very much appreciated the opportunity to assist with such an important endeavor. We are confident this material will greatly benefit the district as it moves forward with the planning of its future facility needs.