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Master Property Planning and Facilitation Process Board of Education Update November 17, 2016 Master Property Planning and Facilitation Process Board of Education Update November 17, 2016

q Presentation Overview § Overview of MPP Process, Goals, and Objectives § Community Forum q Presentation Overview § Overview of MPP Process, Goals, and Objectives § Community Forum Review of Concepts/Considerations § Update on Request for Development/Proposals Process for Lahser Facility § Review Options for Lahser Facility § Questions/Answers 2

q Overview of MPP Process, Goals, and Objectives § Bloomfield Hills Schools underwent a q Overview of MPP Process, Goals, and Objectives § Bloomfield Hills Schools underwent a Request for Proposals (RFP) process to engage a firm with impeccable credibility, extensive real estate expertise, and peerless communication/facilitation savvy to engage a large group of knowledgeable and highly engaged community stakeholders in a facilitated Master Property Planning process. § The engaged firm will be charged with determining the highest and best use for buildings and properties scheduled to no longer house specific school programming as of September of 2015. This process will be conducted in the overall context of the district’s preferred future in light of current and anticipated programming needs, enrollment trends, building capacities, and physical plant needs § The focus of this process will be on creating opportunities for the future while also optimizing building utilization and reducing the infrastructure burden on the district. The process welcomes the opportunity to entertain creative ideas and discover mutually beneficial partnerships that optimize the value proposition for the district, potential collaborating entities and the community as a whole. § The goal of the process is to develop a handful of the most viable options for review and consideration for each site and the District as a whole and deliver a plan (or small set of options) with flexibility to move with ebbs and flows of student enrollment. 3

Community Forum Review of Concepts/Considerations 4 Community Forum Review of Concepts/Considerations 4

Property Name Lahser Site Concept 1 C • • Hold onto Property Maintain field Property Name Lahser Site Concept 1 C • • Hold onto Property Maintain field house, gym, and locker rooms for BHS use Demolish remaining portion of facility Review possible lease spaces with long-term agreements for pool, auditorium, athletics facilities Property Name Hickory Grove Site • • D Demolish facility Sell through “Packaged” RFP for residential development SOL Concept 3 • Bloomin’ Preschool • at Fox Hills • Property Name Maintain ownership of entire site Review market data relative to possibility of selling 10 acres for highest/best use Utilize funds from real estate sale for capital improvements HOL D Concept 4 • • • Property Name Wabeek Site D Concept 2 Property Name Pine Lake Site HOL Demolish facility Maintain ownership of property for future consideration Review market data relative to possibility of selling through “Packaged” RFP for residential development HOL D Concept 5 • Sell through “Packaged” RFP for residential development to maintain R-3 Note: Each concept for individual sites are independent and could stand alone as a task/next step for further consideration D SOL 5

Update on Request for Development/Proposals Process for Lahser Facility 6 Update on Request for Development/Proposals Process for Lahser Facility 6

 Early August 2016 Request for Proposal (RFP) issued for Lease Options, advertised on Early August 2016 Request for Proposal (RFP) issued for Lease Options, advertised on District and State website, and sent to (6) interested parties Late August 2016 RFP response due date; only (1) proposal received PMC and Clark Hill reviewed technical and financial information from proposal response. Proposal did not include the “earnest money deposit” as required in the RFP. September 2016 PMC reviewed proposal received with proposing entity regarding proposed scope, time, schedule, financing, etc. for the proposal received and discuss next steps. October 2016 PMC reviewed options and related capital costs with BHS and Barton Malow Company relative to abatement, demolition, possible improvements November 2016 PMC to present an update to the Board of Education to obtain input and meet with the Advisory Committee regarding proposal received. December 2016 The Advisory Committee to review the proposals received and provide insight for Board review 7

Review Options for Lahser Facility 8 Review Options for Lahser Facility 8

LAHSER - CURRENT ENVIRONMENT Site: 43. 5 acres Facility: 226, 626 s. f. Current LAHSER - CURRENT ENVIRONMENT Site: 43. 5 acres Facility: 226, 626 s. f. Current Uses: BHS Athletics (site/facility) Robotics (facility) Community (site/facility) Operating Costs Based on BHS records, holding costs equate to over $400, 000 in annual costs for Lahser facility/site. These costs include utilities, maintenance, insurances, testing, and monitoring costs 9

LAHSER - CURRENT ENVIRONMENT Gym 10, 500 s. f. Locker Rooms Lab Space 7, LAHSER - CURRENT ENVIRONMENT Gym 10, 500 s. f. Locker Rooms Lab Space 7, 620 s. f. . Music/Storage 7, 440 s. f. Office Area 6, 135 s. f. Support Area Pool 10, 600 s. f. Auditorium 9, 375 s. f. Field House 17, 000 s. f. Weight Room Locker Rooms Academic 117, 494 s. f. 10

OPTIONS FOR LAHSER FACILITY “Hold-As is” Holding costs equate to over $400, 000 in OPTIONS FOR LAHSER FACILITY “Hold-As is” Holding costs equate to over $400, 000 in annual costs for Lahser Site. These costs include utilities, maintenance, insurances, testing, and monitoring costs for the Lahser facility. Site work still requires approximately $1. 2 M for the following: • Parking Lot / Lighting • Tennis Court Updates • Track Reseal/Repaint • Replace Dugouts • Ball Field Improvements “Demolition” Anticipated costs for abatement/demolition costs for total facility = $1. 7 M “Required Improvements” Critical needs include $75, 000 for Pool Area mechanical/electrical Critical needs include $320, 000 worth of “wet” roofing area Deferred needs includes $900, 000 for HVAC/controls Deferred needs includes approx. $4. 1 M for architectural improvements Deferred needs above these item are $6. 4 M based on BMC report 11

LAHSER – DEMOLITION ENTIRE FACILITY DEMO = 226, 626 s. f. x $7. 50 LAHSER – DEMOLITION ENTIRE FACILITY DEMO = 226, 626 s. f. x $7. 50 per s. f. = $1. 7 M 12

LAHSER – MAINTAIN ATHLETICS PORTION OF THE FACILITY 52, 312 s. f. r ate LAHSER – MAINTAIN ATHLETICS PORTION OF THE FACILITY 52, 312 s. f. r ate 56, 820 s. f. MAINTAIN = 52, 312 s. f. DEMO = 174, 314 s. f. Electrical Ga r/W we e s/S 13

LAHSER – MAINTAIN ATHLETICS/AUDITORIUM PORTION OF FACILITY r ate MAINTAIN = 109, 132 s. LAHSER – MAINTAIN ATHLETICS/AUDITORIUM PORTION OF FACILITY r ate MAINTAIN = 109, 132 s. f. DEMO = 117, 494 s. f. Electrical Ga r/W we e s/S 14

LAHSER – FACILITY OPTIONS COST SUMMARY Bloomfield Hills Schools Potential Future Work Lahser High LAHSER – FACILITY OPTIONS COST SUMMARY Bloomfield Hills Schools Potential Future Work Lahser High School Building Project Work List Bloomfield Hills Schools – Lahser High School CONSTRUCTION SUMMARY (Barton Malow Co. ) Description Total Do nothing (site work only) $1, 254, 020 Demolition of entire Facility $1, 684, 215 Re-purpose Portion $1, 374, 170 Category Notes: Escalation not included in these figures Roofing Work wet insulation roof area A 2 roof area L Description Qty. Unit Unit Cost North Demo building demolition 101, 000 LS Abatement allowance 1 LS Enclose corridor at demolition limits 1 LS Architectural Work Loop mechanical systems at demo area 1 LS Infill pool Cut electrical for demo 1 LS sawcut and demo tile cap Fire alarm 1 LS concrete cap at pool area 1 LS Fiber repairs backup generator Cumulative building demolition Enclose corridor at demolition limits Renovate pool area Occupy South Area Replace interior doors and hardware Roofing - wet insulation 1 LS Replace corridor acoustical ceilings Roofing - roof area A 2 1 Interior painting - corridor walls LS Roofing - roof area L 1 LS Interior painting - corridor plaster ceilings Infill pool 1, 176 CY Interior painting - Fieldhouse 1 LS sawcut and demo tile cap concrete cap at pool area 3, 000 SF Replace vinyl floor in Fieldhouse Replace boilers 2 EA Renovate Fieldhouse bathrooms Replace RTU 4 EA Abatement allowance Controls Abatement allowance 115, 000 LS Cumulative Abatement allowance Unit Year Built: Unit Cost Additions: Building Area: Site Acreage: 75, 000. 00 15, 084. 00 Indirect 156, 090. 00 Cost 1 LS Direct 1 LS Cost 3. 85 $116, 400 $388, 000 150, 000. 00 $150, 000 $45, 000 25, 000. 00 $25, 000 $7, 500 25, 174. 00 $25, 174 $7, 552 1, 176 CY 130. 00 10, 000. 00 $10, 000 $3, 000 1 LS 10, 000. 00 5, 000. 00 $5, 000 $1, 500 8. 50 30, 000. 00 3, 000 SF $30, 000 $9, 000 1 LS $0 175, 000. 00 $0 1 LS 388, 000. 00 North Demo 1 LS 25, 000. 00 subtotal: 10, 000 SF 155. 00 30 EA 3, 250. 00 75, 000. 00 9, 000 SF $75, 000 $22, 500 6. 00 15, 084. 00 $15, 084 $4, 525 12, 000 SF 1. 50 156, 090. 00 $156, 090 $46, 827 SF 2. 50 130. 00 2, 500 $152, 880 $45, 864 1. 50 10, 000. 00 8, 000 SF $10, 000 $3, 000 8. 50 $25, 500 $7, 650 11, 000 SF 7. 00 125, 000. 00 300 $250, 000 $75, 000 SF 145. 00 50, 000. 00 $60, 000 1 $200, 000 150, 000. 00 LS 1. 50 $51, 750 1 $172, 500 100, 000. 00 LS 75, 000. 00 1 LS Replace dugouts 1 LS 150, 000. 00 Occupy South 3, 000 SF Area subtotal: Replace auditorium carpet 6. 00 Replace exterior doors 10 EA 3, 500. 00 Occupy South w/Improvements backup generator 1 LS 175, 000. 00 $175, 000 $52, 500 Replace interior doors and hardware 30 EA 3, 250. 00 $97, 500 $29, 250 Replace corridor acoustical ceilings 9, 000 SF 6. 00 $54, 000 $16, 200 Mechanical Work $18, 000 Interior painting - corridor walls 12, 000 SF 1. 50 $5, 400 Replace boilers 2 EA Interior painting - corridor plaster ceilings 2, 500 SF 2. 50 $6, 250 125, 000. 00 $1, 875 Replace RTU 4 EA Interior painting - Fieldhouse 8, 000 SF 1. 50 $12, 000 50, 000. 00 $3, 600 Replace vinyl floor in Fieldhouse 11, 000 SF 7. 00 $77, 000 $23, 100 Loop mechanical systems at demo area 1 LS 60, 000. 00 Renovate Fieldhouse bathrooms 300 SF 145. 00 $43, 500 $13, 050 Controls 115, 000 LS 1. 50 Abatement allowance 1 LS 75, 000. 00 $75, 000 $22, 500 Pipe insulation after abatement SF 1 LS Replace auditorium carpet 3, 000 6. 00 $18, 000 10, 000. 00 $5, 400 Replace lighting in shop area 4, 000 SF 8. 00 $32, 000 $9, 600 Replace exterior doors 10 EA 3, 500. 00 $35, 000 $10, 500 Pipe insulation after abatement 1 LS 10, 000. 00 $10, 000 $3, 000 Cumulative Electrical Work Occupy South Cut electrical for demo 1 LS 10, 000. 00 w/improvment Replace lighting in shop area 4, 000 SF 8. 00 s subtotal: Fire alarm 1 LS 15, 000. 00 Fiber repairs 1 LS 30, 000. 00 Swimming Pool Upgrade 155. 00 Renovate pool area 10, 000 SF $1, 550, 000 $465, 000 Improvements of Remaining $TBD – Contingent on use of spaces Category Total Demo Building Demo Abatement allowance Utilities Disconnect/Reconnect Site Work/ Athletics Parking lot lighting Fencing and gate allowance Parking lot replacement Resurface tennis courts Replace tennis courts Reseal and repaint track Replace dugouts Ball field improvments Sidewalk replacement Site Work Parking lot lighting 216, 000 Fencing and gate allowance 1 Parking lot replacement 1 Resurface tennis courts replace tennis courts Reseal and repaint track Ball field improvments Sidewalk replacement 13 1 1 1 1 sft LS LS $0 3. 69 400, 000. 00 100, 000. 00 ] EA LS LS The building total is nonescalated and is totaled on the "By-building" tab of this Notes: estimate. 3, 500. 00 20, 000. 00 450, 000. 00 52, 000. 00 150, 000. 00 61, 900. 00 150, 000. 00 19, 500. 00 $19, 500 The building total 20, 000. 00 $20, 000 is non-escalated and is totaled on the "By-building" tab of this Notes: estimate. $0 Swimming Pool subtotal: 13 EA 3, 500. 00 $239, 100 1 $797, 000 20, 000. 00 LS $120, 000 1 $400, 000 450, 000. 00 LS $30, 000 1 $100, 000 52, 000. 00 LS Total Demo 1 LS 150, 000. 00 subtotal: 1 LS 20, 000. 00 $45, 500 $9, 100 $20, 000 $5, 000 $450, 000 $135, 000 $52, 000 $15, 600 $150, 000 $45, 000 $61, 900 $18, 570 $150, 000 $45, 000 $5, 850 $6, 000 Site work subtotal: BUILDING TOTAL: Year Built: Additions: Building Area: Site Acreage: Direct 1967 Cost 115, 000 $75, 000 $15, 084 Total $156, 090 Estimate $0 $0 1967 115, 000 Grade Level: Classrooms: Enrollment: First Draft: Indirect Cost Total Grade Level: Estimate Notes Classrooms: Enrollment: First Draft: $22, 500 $97, 500 08 SF 5 $4, 525 $19, 609 8 SF 4 Proposed $46, 827 $202, 917 095 SF 7 Notes Year $0 $0 Roof work $504, 400 subtotal: $320, 026 $195, 000 $32, 500 $32, 726 $152, 880 $45, 864 $198, 744 37, 000 gallons 2 $13, 000 $10, 000 $3, 000 $13, 000 $6, 500 $25, 500 $7, 650 $33, 150 $39, 000 $175, 000 $0 $52, 500 $227, 500 $823, 126 $388, 000 $116, 400 $504, 400 $25, 000 $7, 500 $32, 500 $823, 126 $1, 550, 000 $465, 000 $2, 015, 000 ights, windows, floor l $97, 500 $29, 250 $126, 750 $97, 500 $54, 000 508 SF $16, 200 $70, 200 estimated corridor area $19, 609 $18, 000 48 SF $5, 400 $23, 400 $202, 917 095 SF 7 $6, 250 237, 000 gallons $1, 875 $8, 125 $198, 744 $12, 000 $3, 600 $15, 600 $13, 000 $33, 150 $77, 000 $23, 100 $100, 100 $325, 000 $43, 500 $13, 050 $56, 550 $260, 000 $150, 000 $45, 000 $195, 000 $224, 250 $100, 000 $30, 000 $130, 000 $75, 000 $22, 500 $2, 197, 296 $97, 500 $150, 000 $45, 000 $195, 000 wo fields T $1, 374, 170 $18, 000 $5, 400 $23, 400 $35, 000 $10, 500 $45, 500 Architectural $227, 500 Work subtotal: $4, 111, 419 $126, 750 $70, 200 stimated corridor area e $23, 400 $250, 000 $75, 000 $325, 000 $8, 125 $200, 000 $60, 000 $260, 000 $15, 600 $100, 100 $60, 000 $18, 000 $78, 000 $56, 550 $172, 500 $51, 750 $224, 250 $97, 500 $10, 000 $3, 000 $13, 000 $23, 400 $41, 600 Mechanical $45, 500 Work subtotal: $13, 000 Proposed Year 2017 2018 2019 2020 2018 2019 2020 2020 2018 2019 2020 2017 2020 2019 2018 2019 $900, 250 $3, 046, 521 $10, 000 $3, 000 $13, 000 $32, 000 $9, 600 $41, 600 $849, 225 $15, 000 $4, 500 $19, 500 $30, 000 $9, 000 $39, 000 $0 l $0 $0 $2, 015, 000 ights, windows, floor $0 Electrical Work subtotal: 2018 2020 2018 $113, 100 $2, 015, 000 $45, 500 $1, 036, 100 $20, 000 $520, 000 $450, 000 $130, 000 $52, 000 $9, 100 $54, 600 LED retrofit of existing $5, 000 $25, 000 $135, 000 $585, 000 $15, 600 $67, 600 $150, 000 $45, 000 $195, 000 $1, 686, 100 $0 $0 $0 $20, 000 $6, 000 $26, 000 $54, 600 ED retrofit of existing L Site work $25, 000 subtotal: $953, 200 $585, 000 $67, 600 $195, 000 BUILDING $80, 470 TOTAL: $6, 397, 995 $195, 000 wo fields T $25, 350 $26, 000 $1, 254, 020 $5, 986, 641 2017 2017 15

Next Steps: • Obtain input from Board of Education • Present and obtain input Next Steps: • Obtain input from Board of Education • Present and obtain input from MPP Advisory Committee • Draft final proposal(s) for Board consideration 16

Questions + Answers 17 Questions + Answers 17

Helping to Plan the Future: Robert Stempien, AIA Senior Vice President (248) 603 -5252 Helping to Plan the Future: Robert Stempien, AIA Senior Vice President (248) 603 -5252 robert. [email protected] com Paul R. Wills, AIA, LEED AP Partner (248) 223 -3316 paul. [email protected] com 18