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7A - Update on North Boulder Recreation Center renovationMEMORANDUM DATE: 2/14/Ol TO: Members, Parks and Recreation Advisory Board FROM: Chris Dropinski, Director of Parks and Recreation Linda Kotowski, Recreation Superintendent Ken Ramsey, Parks Planning and Construction Superintendent Alan Quiller, Recreation Administrator Maureen Spitzer, Landscape Designer SUBJECT: Update ou North BoWder Recreation Center (NBRC) Renovation PRELIlI~IINARY BIDS: The results of subcontractor biddmg of the Design Development documents will be provided for PRAB review at the Apri12, 2001 meeting Tlus will be an opportunity to evaluate the project ~" budget in relation to projected costs for the following items ~ • Base Project • Environmental Goals* • Relocation/Mitigarion of the Platform Tennis courts* • Art Features The costs associated with meetmg environmental goals and relocation/mitigation of the platform tennis courts aze not funded in the base Funding "trade-offs" may need to be considered at the April meeting Building construction will start August 6, Z001 and be completed September 2002 Relocation of 8 mature trees from NBRC to Catalpa, Pine View and Palo East by City Forestry in Mazch 2001. ENVIItONMENTAL GOALS: The U S Grreen Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating system has been used as a preliminary sustainable design measure for the project The LEED Certified Silver Level has been targeted for the Center In order to meet this standazd, the items listed below have been inciuded in the conuact and bidding process A complete list, along with bid prices, will be available at the Apri12, 2001 PRAB meeting • Add additional insulation to roof system, • Add occupancy sensor wntrols to lighting in office spaces and some achvity spaces, .~., • Substitute higher efficiency condensing boilers for specified boilers, • Install heat recovery system to shower drain lines, • Add an active solar collection system to the roof of the budding, • Add ten "Caz Pool Pazking Only" signs, • Provide means of recycling or salvage of at least 50% of demohtion or land clearing debris, • Provide means of donating salvaged or reusable matenals to Resource 2000, • Substitute products which have high recycled contents for those specified, • Provide building commissioning required by LEED (confirms building systems aze functioning as designed), PLATFORM TENI~TIS COURTS: Representatives of the neighborhood have requested that the platform tennis courts be relocated off site The possibility of relocating the courts to Hazlow Platts Pazk or East Boulder Community Center is being evaluated The cost of relocating the courts (or mitigating theu unpact at the NBRC s~te) will include the following. • New hghting and electrical service • ADA accessibility for one of the courts • Slopes, ground water, wind, other site issues • Public Review process A spread sheet of costs will be provided at the February 26'" meeting This item will come back to ^~+ the Boazd for action at the April 2"" meeting A decision on whether to leave the courts at NBRC or remove them from the site will be requested on Apri12°" ART FEATURES: Staff has identified two sources of funding to pay for art features in the renovated North Boulder Recreation Center The available funding from the "Art in the Pazk" project in the Permanent Pazk and Recreation Fund is $95,900 and the "Art m the Pazk" pro~ect in the Lottery fund is $58,970, resulting in a total of $154,870 The features which would need ttus funding are listed below We anticipate receiving cost estimates by the end of February for most of the items Costs and sketches/descriptions of the art pieces will be available at the Apri12°d meeting • Patterned etched glass on the Sun Deck and Lobby glazing** • Etched glass on the Lobby railing** • B~rd sculpture on the Lobby high walls • Lobby entry sculpture (bronze piece) •* The glazing and rading aze part of the base project The etched images aze identified under the "Art in the Pazk" project '""1