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06.02.21 BLC PacketCity of Boulder 2020 Library Commission Agenda Meeting date: Wednesday, June 2, 2021 Location: Zoom Meeting Meeting start time: 6 p.m. 1. Review Online Meeting Guidelines 2. Reminder: Commissioners please submit monthly volunteer hours in the chat or log them in Count Me In Boulder 3. Approval of agenda 4. Public comment 5. Consent agenda a. Approval of May 5, 2021 minutes 6. Update about Library Security Plan – Tim McClelland, Patron Services Manager, & Antonia Gaona, Public Services Manager. 7. Debrief May 18, 2021 City Council Public Hearing on Library 8. Update about 2022 City Budget Process 9. Library Commission update a. Items from commission i. Discuss impact of the face covering mandate expiring and options for the libraries b. Update on library district discussions with City Council c. Ongoing outreach efforts d. Updates from commissioners representing the Commission in other venues (verbal) i. Boulder Library Foundation (BLF) update (Steinbrecher/Koenig) e. Update on emails and phone calls to Library Commission 10. Library Director’s report a. North Boulder Branch Library update b. Update on current library services 2021 Library Commissioners Jane Sykes Wilson Joel Koenig Steven Frost Scott Steinbrecher Benita Duran 1 Library Commission Minutes May 5, 2021 Page 1 of 3 CITY OF BOULDER BOULDER, COLORADO BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS MEETING MINUTES Name of Board/ Commission: Library Commission Date of Meeting: May 5, 2021 Contact information preparing summary: Celia Seaton Commission members present: Joel Koenig, Jane Sykes Wilson, Steven Frost, Scott Steinbrecher, Benita Duran Commission members not present: none. Library staff present: David Farnan, Director of Library & Arts Jennifer Phares, Deputy Library Director Celia Seaton, Administrative Specialist Anne Ledford, Children and Teen Library Manager City staff present: none. Members of the public present: Enas Saleh, Zoe Zakrzewski, Alan Anderson, Matthew Turner Type of Meeting: Regular | Remote Agenda Item 1: Review of Online Meeting Guidelines [0:00:25 Audio min.] Agenda Item 2: Reminder: Commissioners please log monthly volunteer hours Count Me In Boulder [0:03:47 Audio min.] The Commission logged their service. Agenda Item 3: Approval of agenda [0:01:19 Audio min.] The meeting was called to order and Sykes Wilson asked if there were any changes to the agenda. There was a nod of approval for the agenda as submitted. Agenda Item 4: Public comment [0:05:12 Audio min.] None. Agenda Item 5: Consent agenda [0:05:22 Audio min.] a. Approval of April 2021 Meeting Minutes: Koenig moved to approve these minutes as submitted. Frost seconded, and the motion was unanimously approved. Agenda Item 6: Present Summer of Discovery Program plan [0:06:27 Audio min.] Ledford presented on major goals for Summer of Discovery 2021 program, themed “Our Connected World.” Increased accessibility will aim to address the digital divide. Outreach to underserved communities and special attention to Boulder’s Spanish-speaking community will include translated resources such as magnets and logbooks. Logs will go out in the “summer shuffle” kits that Book Rich Environments will distribute in June/July. Staff also hopes to increase public participation from 2020: a new community reading goal has been set at of 500,000 minutes of reading (by total participants). Diverse program presenters feature a BIPOC storyteller during drag queen story-time along with several bilingual poetry workshops. https://boulderlibrary.org/summer/ Sign-up prizes involve books for pre-readers and kids; teens and adults receive a journal. Completion prizes are all experiential-based: free ice cream and entry to Gateway Park Fun Center (https://gatewayfunpark.com/). 2021 will be the 2nd year inquiring on preferred language to hopefully gain a better understanding of the diversity of the participants. Koenig wondered about the expected number of participants. Ledford responded that she hopes to hit numbers closer to the 2019 statistics, but wants to be conservative in estimates. Koenig: “understandable.” Ledford will get the numbers of the winter reading program to Sykes Wilson for comparison. Sykes Wilson wondered if the program will include paper logs and in-person registration in addition to the online registration. Ledford agreed that both methods will be employed as the library is now fully reopened. Additionally, “community connectors” will conduct outreach to schools. Ledford: we will make it clear that they can get a paper log at a branch, and will be encouraging people to come into the branches as that will be necessary to pick up the registration book 2 Library Commission Minutes May 5, 2021 Page 2 of 3 benefit. Sykes likes the 11-week length as this longer schedule better accommodates summer scheduling. In response to inquiries, staff responded that a Jeff and Page concert will be livestreamed at the end of the summer in celebration. Ledford also clarified that the Beanstack software is able to track the most popular titles chosen, among an array of other metrics. Duran wondered about a specific role commission could fill vis-à-vis the program. Ledford has not heard a challenge like that before. Sykes Wilson liked the idea of a press release for outreach, she will consider other suggestions such as a commission goal of reading time. Frost thanked Ledford, he looks forward to Summer of Discovery every year and plans to participate again in 2021. Registration is open as of today, May 5th. Agenda Item 7: Information on 2022 City Budget Process [0:33:42 Audio min.] Farnan noted that a brief overview is available in the packet. This process is still in the early stages. Library intends to ask for full restoration of funding (back to 2019 levels) for 2022. At this point, staff is unsure how realistic that outcome may be due to the city’s economic position; Farnan will be meeting with leadership team tomorrow. At some point in the next month, library staff will be meeting with the executive budget team (ebt) who will likely request prioritization per master plan goals. August will bring the City Manager’s budget to City Council with readings in October. Farnan noted that funding for north Boulder branch library will be left out of the requests since staff do not expect this building opening until 2023. The planned requested gap totals 1.4 million dollars. Koenig asked about the FTE count. Farnan noted that 2.75 manager-level positions are being held vacant. An additional 13.25 FTE were cut – this will be requested along with full restoration of the substitute staff budget. Agenda Item 8: Library Commission Update [0:45:50 Audio min.] a.Items from Commission b.Update on library district discussions with City Council – Sykes Wilson encouraged commissioners and their contacts to sign up to speak at the public hearing on May 18th. c.Ongoing outreach efforts d.Updates from commissioners representing the Commission in other venues (verbal) i.Boulder Library Foundation (BLF) update (Steinbrecher/Koenig) – Koenig noted the continued recruitment for an executive director. Steinbrecher announced some planned cross-marketing between Parks and Recreation, and the OSMP’s champions; he believes this collaboration will be rewarding. Koenig will follow up with the Library Champions to see if they would be able to reach out to the other advocacy groups (such as PLAY Boulder). e.Update on emails and phone calls to Library Commission Agenda Item 9: Library and Arts Director’s Report [0:52:58 Audio min.] a.Information about May 18, 2021 City Council Public Hearing on Library Funding b.North Boulder Branch Library update - per packet, the building likely won’t be completed until early 2023. Contractor will be selected in the next few months. c.Update on current library services and COVID restriction changes – George Reynolds Branch will open for carryout in the next couple weeks; story-time has begun again at Main. The Canyon Gallery is due to reopen in August, hopefully in conjunction with the café. If the health conditions do change, the library is poised to scale back as deemed appropriate. Farnan commended the staff who he sees “pushing themselves to the limit” to serve the community. d.2021 Q1 library usage statistics – see Performance Measures on website. e.Colorado Association of Libraries 2021 Annual Conference – information to be released soon. Agenda Item 10: Adjournment [1:02:30 Audio min.] 3 Library Commission Minutes May 5, 2021 Page 3 of 3 APPROVED BY: ATTESTED: _________________________________________ ________________________________________ Board Chair Board Secretary _________________________________________ ________________________________________ Date Date Benita wondered about the future possibility of commission in-person meetings. Farnan explained that the council may vote for its own meetings to be held in-person by the end of July; council’s direction has been that if boards and commissions return to in-person meetings, October 2021 would be earliest. The meetings may be offered as in-person and virtual per the desire of the commission at that time. Duran will be out of town for the next council meeting. She wondered whether commission has in the past co-signed a letter regarding the district. In its annual letter to council for every year since 2018, commission has fully endorsed the district. Sykes Wilson asked about the recent change in the state’s mask mandate. Farnan replied that library patrons will still need to wear masks at the time of this meeting. Steinbrecher sees stories of the future and control in the discussion of the district. Determining the funding will determine the stories told and remembered. He sees how council has been reluctant for several years possibly due to reluctance at relinquishing control, but both the option of the city tax and the subcommittee allow council to maintain a level of control over the eventual outcome. There being no further business to come before the commission at this time, the meeting was adjourned. Date, time, and location of next meeting: The next Library Commission meeting will be at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, June 2, 2021, through a virtual setting. 4 May 28, 2021 TO: Library Commission FROM: David Farnan, Library and Arts Director Jennifer Phares, Deputy Library Director SUBJECT: Update about Library Security Plan During the June 2, 2021 Library Commission meeting, Tim McClelland, Patron Services Manager and Antonia Gaona, Public Services Manager will provide the commission with an update about the Library’s security plan and answer questions. McClelland currently oversees the security contract and daily work of the security officers. He also represents Boulder Public Library on a regional public library security managers group. McClelland and Gaona have investigated the option of bringing security services in- house and will discuss their findings and the plan accepted by the Library Leadership Team for security and peer navigator services in 2021 and 2022 for the Main Library. 5 DATE: April 30, 2021 TO: Library Commission FROM: David Farnan, Director of Library and Arts Department Jennifer Phares, Deputy Library Director SUBJECT: Debrief about May 18, 2021 City Council Public Hearing on Library Funding PURPOSE: The purpose of this agenda item is for Library Commission to debrief the May 18, 2021 City Council Public Hearing on Library Funding and provide input to staff on next steps. BACKGROUND AND NEXT STEPS: At the May 18, 2021 City Council Public Hearing on Library Funding, City Council unanimously directed staff to begin work on the formation of a library district according to a timeline that includes a council resolution on district formation and a 2022 ballot question for library funding. Staff expects to have more information for the Library Commission in August or September 2021 about forming a committee to plan community engagement and begin drafting an intergovernmental agreement between the City of Boulder, Boulder County and the future library district. Staff will also work on updating the library’s webpage that has information about library funding. During the agenda setting meeting for the June 2, 2021 Library Commission meeting, Commissioners Sykes Wilson and Frost asked staff about the possibility of the staff and commissioners receiving training related to community education and engagement about the library district campaign. David Farnan, Library and Arts Director is looking in to coordinating with the Boulder Library Foundation and/or the Boulder Library Champions group about the possibility of bringing Patrick Sweeny from Every Library to assist staff, commission and these groups prepare for the library district campaign. 6 DATE: May 28, 2021 TO: Library Commission FROM: David Farnan, Director of Library and Arts Department Jennifer Phares, Deputy Library Director SUBJECT: 2022 City Budget Process Update Library 2022 Budget Planning In May 2021, the Library Leadership Team developed the Library’s 2022 budget proposals. The team requested restoration of the staff, library collection and other non-personnel funding that was cut in 2020 and 2021. Several of the staff positions requested will be assigned new roles to better support the Library’s Master Plan goals for branch services and outreach to underserved members of the community. Due to the bid process changes for the North Boulder Branch Library project and the associated construction start delay, the Library will request operating budget for the branch as part of the 2023 budget process. All city departments are being given the opportunity to request funding be restored to core programs and services through a special budget adjustment in summer 2021. The collection budget, the branch staff, the archive staff, and the patron services staff reductions are the requests that the Library will request for funding in 2021. If approved, the Library could begin recruitment of staff in the late summer and potentially restore services sometime in the fall 2021 after onboarding and training is complete. All other requests including the Peer Navigator; Resource Services; Collection Development; Programs, Events and Outreach; and Boulder Reads staff, etc. will be requested for funding in 2022. If approved, recruitment for those positions would begin after January 1, 2022. Library Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Planning Staff will not request funding for any new capital projects in 2022. The City’s planning horizon is five years for capital projects. Replacement of the Main Library Automated Materials Handling System is scheduled for 2026. The project will be added to the Library’s capital projects nearer to the replacement year. The Library contributes to the City’s Equipment Replacement Fund annually for the cost of replacement of the system. The replacement will be fully funded in 2026. City and Library 2022 Budget Process Dates June 18, 2021 Department 2022 budget requests due to the City Executive Budget Committee August 30, 2021 2022 City Recommended Budget memo issued to City Council Sept. 14, 2021 2022 City Council Meeting 2022 City Budget study session Oct. 5, 2021 City Council Meeting First Reading of the 2022 City Budget Oct. 19, 2021 City Council Meeting Second Reading of the 2022 City Budget 7 JUNE 2021 LIBRARY DIRECTOR’S REPORT Update on current library services and COVID restriction changes. Boulder County moved to COVID-19 Dial Level Clear status on May 16, 2021, removing almost all COVID- related restrictions on businesses and organizations. Subsequently, the state and county expired face covering requirements for public buildings. The City of Boulder aligned with and does not require face coverings of either members of the public or city staff. The library is a unique public place, both because it is welcome to ALL and because one of the primary user groups are families with children under 12 who are not yet eligible for vaccination. Because of this, the City Manager’s Office and the City’s Operations Recovery Team supports the library in taking a modified approach to this amended face covering order. While face coverings are not required in library facilities, the library requests and highly encourages that community members continue to wear face covering when visiting library facilities and attending library programs. Signs are posted that provide this messaging (Attachment A and B). Staff will continue to wear masks when working in public areas. In general, most people have been happy to abide the request to wear face coverings and this approach has been welcomed from library users, including those with children not eligible for vaccination. One of the patron comments we’ve received through Ask a Librarian since this change is included here: “Hi, I stopped by the Meadows Branch today and I just want to thank you for continuing to request masks for the sake of kids! Our "house rule" at the moment is that our two under-12 kids don't go in places with unmasked, unvaccinated people. I'm so relieved that doesn't include the library! They were so happy to browse books in the last few weeks. Also, as tomorrow is the last day of school, just a general thank you to everyone who works for BPL for helping us get through this school year, especially everyone at Meadows or staff who were shuttling on-hold books from branch to branch. A silver lining of remote school was that my kids had a fair bit of time to explore their own interests, and my 1st grader went from barely reading to chapter books for fun. We relied a lot on Overdrive and hold pickups. With so much gratitude, Allison” Library staff is excited to continue to restore library services as staffing and resources allow. The Main library will be once again be fully accessible to the public at the end of June. Some programs and services will remain virtual or offered both online and in-person. The services currently offered at the NoBo Corner Library, the George Reynolds Branch Library, the Meadows Branch Library and the Carnegie Library for Local History are the extent of what will be offered for the remainder of 2021, unless budget and staff is restored. A confirmed timeline of the library’s re-opening plans this summer is as follows: June 8 • First floor adult fiction stacks and first floor women’s restrooms re-open to the public. • In-person programs resume in BLDG 61. Registration is required. June 9 or 16 (Date to be confirmed) 8 • Seeds Library Café re-opens. Hours will start as: Wednesday-Thursday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Friday- Sunday 12 p.m.- 4 p.m. Service will include coffee and packaged drinks and some pre-packaged pastries (not made by Seeds), maybe some soup and salads. After some time, Seeds plans to expand menu and provide house-made pastries. Library requested that Seeds resume 7-day per week service as soon as they are able and it makes business sense for them. • The north Canyon entrance, the bridge, and the north building will re-open for public access. June 15 • Second floor nonfiction, teen space, Flatirons meeting room, study rooms, second floor restrooms reopen to the public. More second floor seating and tables will be available. First Week of August • New exhibition on display in the Canyon Gallery. Planning is underway for the Small Business Development Center and the Boulder Reads Programs to resume services in the future. Details will be provided in a future update. North Boulder Branch Library project update Interviews for prospective general contractors were held on May 10 and 11, 2021. Four firms were interviewed. The library and the city will enter into a construction management/general contractor (CM/GC) agreement with Fransen Pittman General Contractors. More about Fransen Pittman and their proposal to work with BPL can be found in the interview booklet (Attachment C). This CM/GC contract for the NoBo Library is the first of its kind contract for the City of Boulder, and Fransen Pittman is very experienced in this type of arrangement and is excited to get started! The contract is expected to be final by mid-June and the contractor will initiate preconstruction services to help the team value-engineer the design to be within the available budget. The intention is then to modify and extend the contract from pre-construction services to general contracting services which will include complete construction of the NoBo Branch Library. The kick-off meeting is scheduled for June 15, 2021 and will include detailing specifics of the re- design workshop series, value-engineering (VE) structure, and finalizing a timeline for the project. During this meeting, the project team will share previous budgets, previous VE work, and the cost estimate received in late 2020 for the contractor’s review. The contractor will share the specifics of their competitive bid which was submitted in March 2021, and the joint team will do a budget analysis to compare budgets and gather insights. After the kick-off meeting, city and library staff will meet with the design team and contractor team in a series of workshops to identify which areas of the design to make strategic changes. Initially, the contractor is only under contract for these preconstruction services, but the expectation is that they will also construct the project once the design is on budget. Towards the end of the VE, the contractor will prepare a price to construct the project, preparing a 9 Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) for their work. If agreed to by the City, as it should be after all the VE work is done, the contract will be amended to include construction services. The contractor will seamlessly transition to construction, having already worked with their subcontractors on the VE services and preparation of the GMP. At this time, the time required for preconstruction services is undetermined as is the groundbreaking date, but the team is estimating that construction will start late 2021, in the fourth quarter. Construction is expected to take a little more than a year with completion is estimated in early 2023. 10 ATTACHMENT A. 11 ATTACHMENT B. 12 NORTH BOULDER LIBRARY FRANSEN PITTMAN | PAGE 2 At FP, we work to bring your program, vision, and budget into balance. Our mission as the General Contractor is to help you look holistically at your budget and give you options based on real evidence to prioritize and build your library the way you envisioned. FRANSEN PITTMANNorth Boulder Library CM/GC Interview Fransen Pittman Construction ATTACHMENT C 13 NORTH BOULDER LIBRARY FRANSEN PITTMAN | PAGE 4PAGE 3 | FRANSEN PITTMAN NORTH BOULDER LIBRARY Introduction to FP Meet the Fransen Pittman Team Our team was carefully selected to meet the needs of North Boulder Library. We can change the world with the built environment. Never is this more evident than when trusted partners come together to create enriching spaces that will encourage communities to learn and thrive for generations to come. This idea threads itself through every element of our process from project award to warranty. Your new library is more than a building, but a setting for the community to come together that will require experience and attention to the details that elevate a library from good to excellent. We have the experience and the passion to devote to your project and deliver a space that inspires. 45+ WE ARE LIBRARY BUILDERS John Pittman PRESIDENT Trevor Khoury PROJECT EXECUTIVE Dave Eddy PRECONSTRUCTION DIRECTOR Alan Anderson PRECONSTRUCTION MANAGER Matt Turner ESTIMATOR Libraries built across the front range ATTACHMENT C 14 NORTH BOULDER LIBRARY FRANSEN PITTMAN | PAGE 6PAGE 5 | FRANSEN PITTMAN NORTH BOULDER LIBRARY MET: The Road to Construction Notice to Proceed 1st Precon Phase 1st Precon Phase Final GMP We have already begun the estimating process on your building, detailing and bidding out each line item. This gives us a head start in transitioning to CM/GC. We will use these bids and estimates as jumping points for our MET Process. Our preconstruction team gets to work on each scope item for your building. Gathering three options for every item - good, better, and best - backed up by real time subcontractor numbers. We gather all project stakeholders (the NoBo Team, Work Architects, subcontractors, and FP) for one, day- long session where we discuss each option for each scope item. The NoBo team will ultimately decide which option to use for every item. The cost-model provides a map for all pricing. Since your team will have decided each scope item, you can be confident that your final library building will meet your vision and budget.DesignConstructionMODELING ESTIMATING TRACKING ATTACHMENT C 15 NORTH BOULDER LIBRARY FRANSEN PITTMAN | PAGE 8PAGE 7 | FRANSEN PITTMAN NORTH BOULDER LIBRARY FP DOES MORE THAN PROVIDE PRICING Our preconstruction process uses real numbers from subcontractors at every phase of design.M E T MODEL ESTIMATE TRACK ® MET is designed to bring the three elements of your project - program, vision, and budget - all into alignment. By examining each element and its relationship to the others we are able to get a complete picture of your project. It allows you to prioritize budget dollars where they will have the most impact to you and your library. Our team will present the options and provide insight on costs and benefits. Ultimately you and your team will decide each option for every scope item. This unique process eliminates traditional value engineering from the project start. At the end of the workshop, you will have prioritized dollars and scope items based on your needs and vision, rather than cutting out important elements and programs later on in the project. In one day we will have created a budget and scope for your library that will hold for the duration of construction. In the tracking phase, you will have full control over any changes to the scope and budget. FP is also capable of providing real-time estimates on the fly while exploring design options early in your project. This allows for more innovation and new ideas. With our transparent and open book tracking log you and your stakeholders will always be able to see exactly what your project costs, eliminating surprises later on. ATTACHMENT C 16 NORTH BOULDER LIBRARY FRANSEN PITTMAN | PAGE 10PAGE 9 | FRANSEN PITTMAN NORTH BOULDER LIBRARY Case Study | Maddox Early Childhood Center During Cost Modeling, FP and the architect were able to scale the budget back into place by exploring different options for the roof of Maddox ECE on a live Revit model. The Revit model allowed the Owner to visualize how various options affected the design of the building while FP provided the budget and schedule effects. Through this process, our team found a creative option on the market that met the desired aesthetics and achieved cost savings. Original Roof Design New Roof Design MET at Work You have been envisioning this library since beginning design in 2018 and our goal is to help you bring your project into budget without sacrificing the elements of your design you love most. Value engineering at the end of the project increases the likelihood you have to cut programs or lose pieces of your building you were truly excited for. MET allows us to “value engineer” at the beginning with all involved parties. This workshop becomes a brainstorming session to come up with new ways of constructing or modifications to existing designs that are missed by just cutting to get down to budget. We want you to have the library you envisioned while honoring your budget and commitment to the city of Boulder. ATTACHMENT C 17 NORTH BOULDER LIBRARY FRANSEN PITTMAN | PAGE 12PAGE 11 | FRANSEN PITTMAN NORTH BOULDER LIBRARY North Boulder Library By the Numbers: We understand the importance of balancing your budget with the scope and design you have envisioned. We have extensive experience building libraries and we are already very familiar with your project. Now we need to align your project with a scope of work that will be in budget but also resemble historical library costs. In the graph to the right we wanted to highlight two of our previous library projects, Castle Pines Library and Brighton Library, which had similar sustainable goals and elements to your library. We are comparing them to potential line item prices we have developed that will fit within your budget*. This graph illustrates that even though this project was originally over budget, the budget is still healthy enough to be the best library in Colorado. We are excited about your project and the impact your library will have both on the community and the future of sustainable community centers. We want to dream with you as we explore how we can achieve your vision for this library while staying within your budget. *To see the work behind these numbers, please see the accompanying hand out with our original estimate, potential cost savings, and a narrative explanation. NoBo Comparison ATTACHMENT C 18 Fransen Pittman General Contractors 5/7/2021 2:11 PM LINE NO.QUAN UNIT ITEM TOTAL $ PER S.F. % OF TTL DIV 02 Demolition & Sitework 1 1 LS 740,265 $69.07 9.9% 2 1 LS 77,325 $7.21 1.0% 3 1 LS 241,667 $22.55 3.2% 4 1 LS 397,198 $37.06 5.3% 5 1 LS 7,497 $0.70 0.1% DIV 02 Demolition & Sitework 1,463,952 $136.59 19.5% DIV 03 Concrete 1 1 LS 322,991 $30.14 4.3% DIV 03 Concrete 322,991 $30.14 4.3% DIV 04 Masonry 1 1 LS 20,470 $1.91 0.3% DIV 04 Masonry 20,470 $1.91 0.3% DIV 05 Metals 1 1 LS 519,940 $48.51 6.9% DIV 05 Metals 519,940 $48.51 6.9% DIV 06 Carpentry 1 1 LS 144,907 $13.52 1.9% 2 1 LS 300,000 $27.99 4.0% 3 48 WKS 43,000 $4.01 0.6% DIV 06 Carpentry 487,907 $45.52 6.5% DIV 07 Moisture Protection 1 1 LS 36,300 $3.39 0.5% 2 1 LS 109,900 $10.25 1.5% 3 1 LS 593,905 $55.41 7.9% 4 1 LS 8,200 $0.77 0.1% DIV 07 Moisture Protection 748,305 $69.82 10.0% DIV 08 Doors, Windows, & Glass 1 1 LS 82,195 $7.67 1.1% 2 1 LS 41,573 $3.88 0.6% 3 1 LS 507,728 $47.37 6.8% DIV 08 Doors, Windows, & Glass 631,496 $58.92 8.4% Earthwork & Utilities - TAB 2B Roofing & Metal Siding - TAB 7C Glass & Glazing - TAB 8C Sectional Doors - TAB 8B Laborer BASE BID DIVISIONS 2-16 ITEM DESCRIPTION Building Concrete - TAB 3A Masonry - TAB 4A Doors, Frames, & Hardware - TAB 8A Dampproofing, Waterproofing, Perimeter Insulation - Tab 7A Finish Carpentry & Millwork - TAB 6B Rough Carpentry, Framing - TAB 6A Site Paving (Asphalt, Striping & Signs) - TAB 2C Site Furnishings - TAB 2H Landscape & Irrigation - TAB 2F Site Concrete Paving (Drives, Walks, Curbs, Etc.) - TAB 2D Steel & Ornamental Metals - TAB 5A Insulation - TAB 7B Caulking & Sealants - TAB 7F Page 1 Fransen Pittman General Contractors 5/7/2021 1:41 PM LINE NO.QUAN UNIT ITEM TOTAL $ PER S.F. % OF TTL DIV 02 Demolition & Sitework 1 1 LS 915,265 $85.40 6.9% 2 1 LS 77,325 $7.21 0.6% 3 1 LS 241,667 $22.55 1.8% 4 1 LS 597,198 $55.72 4.5% 5 1 LS 7,497 $0.70 0.1% DIV 02 Demolition & Sitework 1,838,952 $171.58 13.8% DIV 03 Concrete 1 1 LS 590,982 $55.14 4.4% DIV 03 Concrete 590,982 $55.14 4.4% DIV 04 Masonry 1 1 LS 20,470 $1.91 0.2% DIV 04 Masonry 20,470 $1.91 0.2% DIV 05 Metals 1 1 LS 989,880 $92.36 7.4% DIV 05 Metals 989,880 $92.36 7.4% DIV 06 Carpentry 1 1 LS 269,813 $25.17 2.0% 2 1 LS 361,950 $33.77 2.7% 3 56 WKS 50,819 $4.74 0.4% DIV 06 Carpentry 682,582 $63.69 5.1% DIV 07 Moisture Protection 1 1 LS 36,300 $3.39 0.3% 2 1 LS 183,085 $17.08 1.4% 3 1 LS 1,273,513 $118.82 9.5% 4 1 LS 8,200 $0.77 0.1% DIV 07 Moisture Protection 1,501,098 $140.05 11.2% DIV 08 Doors, Windows, & Glass 1 1 LS 112,195 $10.47 0.8% 2 1 LS 41,573 $3.88 0.3% 3 1 LS 1,582,225 $147.62 11.8% DIV 08 Doors, Windows, & Glass 1,735,993 $161.97 13.0% Earthwork & Utilities - TAB 2B Roofing & Metal Siding - TAB 7C Glass & Glazing - TAB 8C Sectional Doors - TAB 8B Laborer BASE BID DIVISIONS 2-16 ITEM DESCRIPTION Building Concrete - TAB 3A Masonry - TAB 4A Doors, Frames, & Hardware - TAB 8A Dampproofing, Waterproofing, Perimeter Insulation - Tab 7A Finish Carpentry & Millwork - TAB 6B Rough Carpentry, Framing - TAB 6A Site Paving (Asphalt, Striping & Signs) - TAB 2C Site Furnishings - TAB 2H Landscape & Irrigation - TAB 2F Site Concrete Paving (Drives, Walks, Curbs, Etc.) - TAB 2D Steel & Ornamental Metals - TAB 5A Insulation - TAB 7B Caulking & Sealants - TAB 7F Page 1 Nobo Library by the Numbers Div 2 • Removal of Earth Tube System • Transition of portion of site pavers to site con- crete • Evaluating needs and wants of the site con- crete package and identify cost savings Div 3 • Need finalized structural concrete drawings • Work with Structural Engineer to provide most cost effective foundation system • Reduce thickness of slab on deck areas • Remove topping slab, concrete can be finished without additional concrete Div 05 • Work with Structural Engineer so the steel package is more efficient • Analyze shape of building with Structural Engi- neer to provide more efficient building • Explore ways to reduce weight of the building • This will reduce cost of the steel and concrete package Div 06 • Target budget of $300,000 for finish carpen- try • Find a more efficient material than real log sid- ing to provide look desired, more cost effective attachment method. Div 07 • With a shape change in the building need to create flat roof surfaces for more traditional roofing • Reduction in or material change of metal panel siding • Find most cost efficient exterior wall assembly to provide desired R and U values • Reduction of green roof systems Div 08 • More cost efficient door package • More cost efficient glass and glazing package ATTACHMENT C 19 Fransen Pittman General Contractors 5/7/2021 2:11 PM LINE NO.QUAN UNIT ITEM TOTAL $ PER S.F. % OF TTL BASE BID DIVISIONS 2-16 ITEM DESCRIPTION DIV 09 Finishes 1 1 LS 459,755 $42.90 6.1% 2 1 LS 128,051 $11.95 1.7% 3 1 LS 75,000 $7.00 1.0% 4 1 LS 41,410 $3.86 0.6% DIV 09 Finishes 704,215 $65.70 9.4% DIV 10 Specialties 1 1 LS 16,600 $1.55 0.2% 2 1 LS 32,346 $3.02 0.4% 3 1 LS 0 $0.00 0.0% DIV 10 Specialties 48,946 $4.57 0.7% DIV 11 Equipment 1 1 LS 35,246 $3.29 0.5% DIV 11 Equipment 35,246 $3.29 0.5% DIV 14 Conveying Systems 1 1 LS 59,345 $5.54 0.8% DIV 14 Conveying Systems 59,345 $5.54 0.8% DIV 15 Mechanical 1 1 LS 600,767 $56.05 8.0% 2 1 LS 64,933 $6.06 0.9% DIV 15 Mechanical 665,700 $62.11 8.9% DIV 16 Electrical 1 1 LS 478,269 $44.62 6.4% 2 1 LS 25,940 $2.42 0.3% DIV 16 Electrical 504,209 $47.04 6.7% DIV 17 Communications, Security & AV Package 1 1 LS 137,223 $12.80 1.8% 31 64 26 Communications, Security & AV Package 137,223 $12.80 1.8% 6,349,945 $592.46 84.7% Exterior Sun Screen Devices - TAB 10I Misc. Equipment - TAB 11E Toilet Partitions & Accessories - TAB 10B BASE BID DIVISIONS 2-16 TOTALS Solar Communications, Security & AV Package - TAB 17A Electrical & Fire Alarm Package - TAB 16A Elevator - TAB 14A Fire Sprinkler - TAB 15B Drywall & Framing - TAB 9A Mechanical - TAB 15A Painting - TAB 9E Acoustical Ceiling & Acoustical Treatment - TAB 9D Identifying Devices - TAB 10F Flooring - Tile, Carpet & Resilient - TAB 9B Page 2 Fransen Pittman General Contractors 5/7/2021 1:41 PM LINE NO.QUAN UNIT ITEM TOTAL $ PER S.F. % OF TTL BASE BID DIVISIONS 2-16 ITEM DESCRIPTION DIV 09 Finishes 1 1 LS 736,271 $68.69 5.5% 2 1 LS 150,051 $14.00 1.1% 3 1 LS 82,819 $7.73 0.6% DIV 09 Finishes 969,141 $90.42 7.3% DIV 10 Specialties 1 1 LS 16,600 $1.55 0.1% 2 1 LS 32,346 $3.02 0.2% DIV 10 Specialties 48,946 $4.57 0.4% DIV 11 Equipment 1 1 LS 35,246 $3.29 0.3% DIV 11 Equipment 35,246 $3.29 0.3% DIV 14 Conveying Systems 1 1 LS 59,345 $5.54 0.4% DIV 14 Conveying Systems 59,345 $5.54 0.4% DIV 15 Mechanical 1 1 LS 1,802,300 $168.16 13.5% 2 1 LS 64,933 $6.06 0.5% DIV 15 Mechanical 1,867,233 $174.21 14.0% DIV 16 Electrical 1 1 LS 956,538 $89.25 7.2% 2 1 LS 25,940 $2.42 0.2% DIV 16 Electrical 982,478 $91.67 7.4% DIV 17 Communications, Security & AV Package 1 1 LS 137,223 $12.80 1.0% 31 64 26 Communications, Security & AV Package 137,223 $12.80 1.0% 11,459,569 $1,069.19 85.8% Misc. Equipment - TAB 11E Toilet Partitions & Accessories - TAB 10B BASE BID DIVISIONS 2-16 TOTALS Solar Communications, Security & AV Package - TAB 17A Electrical & Fire Alarm Package - TAB 16A Elevator - TAB 14A Fire Sprinkler - TAB 15B Drywall & Framing - TAB 9A Mechanical - TAB 15A Painting - TAB 9E Identifying Devices - TAB 10F Flooring - Tile, Carpet & Resilient - TAB 9B Page 2 Numbers CTD. Div 09 • Reduction of hard lid area in building • More open to structure or acoustical treat- ments where hard lid has been removed Div 15 • Utilize geothermal system • Explore other energy efficient systems Div 16 • Significant reduction in cost for light fixture package • Breakdown all aspects of electrical system to identify cost savings ATTACHMENT C 20 NORTH BOULDER LIBRARY FRANSEN PITTMAN | PAGE 14PAGE 13 | FRANSEN PITTMAN NORTH BOULDER LIBRARYHighlands Ranch Library Koelblel Library Columbine Library Bennett Library Parker Library Lone Tree Library Lyons Library Our Shelf of Work ATTACHMENT C 21 NORTH BOULDER LIBRARY FRANSEN PITTMAN | PAGE 16PAGE 15 | FRANSEN PITTMAN NORTH BOULDER LIBRARY Brighton Library PROJECT SPOTLIGHT SUSTAINABILITY AT THE FOREFRONT Castle Pines, CO Brighton, CO In our partnership with Douglas County Libraries, we completed several buildings with extensive sustainable features. Most notably, at Castle Pines Library, we completed a green roof as part of their initiative. A rooftop deck leads out to an open air patio with views of the green roof and the foothills. Fransen Pittman built several libraries for the Anythink Library District with many achieving LEED Gold. We especially want to highlight Brighton Library. This ground up library is the first carbon positive library in the country . Through the use of solar panels, specialized systems, and carbon vouchers this library not only serves the community but has a positive impact on its surrounding environment as well. Castle Pines Library ATTACHMENT C 22 PAGE 17 | FRANSEN PITTMAN NORTH BOULDER LIBRARY DELIVER The construction phase is where our team’s hard work gets brought into reality. Our thorough MET® process ensures that you’ll have a high level of confidence during the building phase. With the hard work of planning and preparation behind us, we turn our focus to safety, quality, and efficiency. The building phase is where things get exciting and our commitment to precision shifts from precon to construction. Quality and schedule are at the heart of our construction management. We have both elements in mind from planning through warranty. When the time comes to begin construction on your library, our team will get to work on bringing your building to life. We ensure that it is constructed with quality and durability in mind. This will be a community gathering place for the next ten, twenty, fifty years and beyond. ATTACHMENT C 23