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Date Posted: 7/30/2007 8:00:00 AM

FCC Applied Technology Modernization
Measure E Budget: $2,096,000
Final Expenses: $2,203,267
Final Balance: $(135,068)

The Budget, Expenses, and Balance are finalized, as shown above. The final balance shown is an 0.9% overage of the overall budget (Measure E & State) of $14.6M. The original Measure E allocation for this project was $8.6M. After transferring $5M to the OAB project, the remainder of $3.6 from Measure E was available for this project. After bids were received, $2.1M was required from Measure E to fund the project, leaving $1.5M available for reallocation in Measure E. The overage from this project will be funded from the $1.5 allocation remaining in Measure E. This project will no longer be detailed in future reports.

Date Posted: 4/26/2007 8:00:00 AM

Construction is complete.

Date Posted: 1/22/2007 8:00:00 AM

Measure E General Obligation Bond Funds will be used to fund $2,096,000 of the construction costs which includes $456,000 for the temporary portable buildings. Construction will be completed in three separate phases. Phase I started July 2005 and was completed December 2005. Phases II and III started December 2005 and May 2006 respectively and will be completed Winter 2006/2007.

Date Posted: 7/18/2006 8:00:00 AM

Project Title: FCC Applied Technology Modernization

Funding Source: State (Eligible for Measure E)

Project Description: This project will renovate and upgrade 103,000 sq. ft. of existing classroom, lab, and office space to improve the program delivery for automotive technology, welding, CAD/CAM, construction technology, electronic technology, drafting/architecture, cabinetmaking, photography, printing technology, air conditioning and auto collision repair technology.

Anticipated Completion Date: Fall 2006

Status: Construction will be completed in three separate phases. Phase I started July 2005 and was completed December 2005. Phase II started December 2005 and will be completed August 2006. Phase III started May 2006 and will be completed August 2006. The Applied Technology Division has moved the affected programs into portable buildings located on the northwest corner of the Fresno City Campus while areas are under construction. Measure E General Obligation Bond Funds will be used to fund $2,000,000 of the construction costs which includes $ 390,056 for the temporary portable buildings.

Estimated Project Budget Prepared by Teter Architects and Engineers

Funding Source: Measure E / State

 

Estimated Project Budget

2002-05
Actual Expenditures

2005-06
Budget

2005-06
Expenditures to date

2005-06
Encum-brances

Total Expenditures

Design Services

1,075,000

731,068

343,932

170,184

50,000

901,252

Consultant Services

193,000

56,858

136,142

57,634

0

114,492

Fees & Other Charges

380,000

116,375

250,000

234,178

0

350,553

Construction & Equipment

12,777,621

4,900

12,772,721

8,513,527

1,400,000

8,518,427

Inspection & Testing

202,000

0

202,000

63,388

14,000

63,388

Total

14,627,621

909,201

13,704,795

9,038,911

1,464,000

9,948,112


Date Posted: 5/1/2006 8:00:00 AM

Project Title: FCC Applied TechnologyModernization

Funding Source: State(Eligible for Measure E)

Project Description: Thisproject will renovate and upgrade 103,000 sq. ft. of existing classroom, lab,and office space to improve the program delivery for automotive technology,welding, CAD/CAM, construction technology, electronic technology,drafting/architecture, cabinetmaking, photography, printing technology, airconditioning and auto collision repair technology.

Anticipated Completion Date: Fall 2006

Status: Construction willbe completed in three separate phases. Phase I started July 25, 2005 and wascompleted December 20, 2005. Phase II started December 21, 2005 and will becompleted August 1, 2006. Phase III is scheduled to start when school is out inMay and will be completed August 1, 2006. The Applied Technology Division hasmoved the affected programs into portable buildings located on the northwestcorner of the Fresno City Campus while areas are under construction. Measure EGeneral Obligation Bond Funds will be used to fund $2,000,000 of theconstruction costs which includes $ 390,056 for the temporary portablebuildings.

Estimated Project Budget Prepared by Teter Architects and Engineers

Funding Source: Measure E /State

 

Estimated Project Budget

2002-05
Actual Expenditures

2005-06
Budget

2005-06
Expenditures to date

2005-06
Encum-brances

Total Expenditures

Design Services

1,075,000

731,068

343,932

170,184

50,000

901,252

Consultant Services

193,000

56,858

136,142

57,634

0

114,492

Fees & Other Charges

380,000

116,375

250,000

234,178

0

350,553

Construction & Equipment

12,777,621

4,900

12,772,721

8,513,527

1,400,000

8,518,427

Inspection & Testing

202,000

0

202,000

63,388

14,000

63,388

Total

14,627,621

909,201

13,704,795

9,038,911

1,464,000

9,948,112


Date Posted: 1/24/2006 10:12:00 AM

Construction will be completed in three separate phases. Phase I was completed January 2006. The Applied Technology Division has moved the affected programs into portable buildings located on the northwest corner of the Fresno City Campus while areas are under construction. Measure E General Obligation Bond Funds will be used to fund $2,000,000 of the construction costs which includes $ 390,056 for the temporary portable buildings.

Anticipated Completion Date: Fall 2006

Estimated Project Budget Prepared by Teter Architects and Engineers

Funding Source: Measure E / State

 

Estimated Project Budget

2002-05
Actual Expenditures

2005-06
Budget

2005-06
Expenditures to date

2005-06
Encum-brances

Total Expenditures

Design Services

1,075,000

731,068

343,932

90,489

253,443

821,557

Consultant Services

193,000

56,858

136,142

10,656

0

67,514

Fees & Other Charges

240,940

116,375

124,565

96,653

0

213,028

Construction & Equipment

12,916,681

4,900

12,911,781

4,956,503

11,082,192

4,961,403

Inspection & Testing

202,000

0

202,000

31,300

73,700

31,300

Total

14,627,621

909,201

13,718,420

5,185,601

11,409,33

6,094,802


Date Posted: 11/4/2005 2:52:00 PM

Funding Source: State (Eligible for Measure E)

Project Description: This project will renovate and upgrade 103,000 sq. ft. of existing classroom, lab, and office space to improve the program delivery for automotive technology, welding, CAD/CAM, construction technology, electronic technology, drafting/architecture, cabinetmaking, photography, printing technology, air conditioning and auto collision repair technology.

Anticipated Completion Date: Fall 2006

Status: Construction has begun and will be completed in three separate phases. The Applied Technology Division will move the affected programs into portable buildings located on the northwest corner of the Fresno City Campus while areas are under construction. Measure E General Obligation Bond Funds will be used to fund $1,646,944 of the construction costs which includes $ 390,056 for the temporary portable buildings. Phase I is scheduled to be completed December 2005

Estimated Project Budget Prepared by Teter Architects and Engineers

Funding Source: Measure E / State

 

Estimated Project Budget

2002-05
Actual Expenditures

2005-06
Budget

2005-06
Expenditures to date

2005-06
Encum-brances

Total Expenditures

Design Services

1,075,000

676,545

398,455

31,395

261,842

707,940

Consultant Services

193,000

62,458

130,542

0

0

62,458

Fees & Other Charges

124,565

90,982

33,583

100

0

91,082

Construction & Equipment

13,033,056

4,410

13,028,646

389,765

11,082,192

394,175

Inspection & Testing

202,000

0

202,000

10,300

73,700

10,300

Total

14,627,621

834,395

13,793,226

431,560

11,417,734

1,265,955


Date Posted: 8/19/2005 12:51:00 PM

Funding Source: State (Eligible for Measure E)

Project Description: This project will renovate and upgrade 103,000 sq. ft. of existing classroom, lab, and office space to improve the program delivery for automotive technology, welding, CAD/CAM, construction technology, electronic technology, drafting/architecture, cabinetmaking, photography, printing technology, air conditioning and auto collision repair technology.

Anticipated Completion Date: 2006

Status: The Board awarded the project to Harris Construction, Inc. at the June 28, 2005 meeting. Construction has begun and will be completed in three separate phases. The Applied Technology Division will move the affected programs into portable buildings located on the northwest corner of the Fresno City Campus while areas are under construction. Measure E General Obligation Bond Funds will be used to fund $1,614,000 of the construction costs and $ 390,056 for the temporary portable buildings.

Estimated Project Budget: Prepared by Teter Architects and Engineers

Funding Source: Measure E / State

 

Estimated Project Budget

2002-05
Actual Expenditures

2005-06
Budget

2005-06
Expenditures to date

2005-06
Encum-brances

Total Expenditures

Design Services

1,075,000

676,545

398,455

0

0

676,545

Consultant Services

193,000

62,458

130,542

0

0

62,458

Fees & Other Charges

98,000

90,982

7,018

0

0

90,982

Construction & Equipment

12,643,000

4,410

12,638,590

0

0

4,410

Inspection & Testing

202,000

0

202,000

0

0

0

Total

14,211,000

834,395

13,376,605

0

0

834,395


Date Posted: 4/22/2005 1:36:00 PM

Architect has submitted Working Drawings to State Architect’s Office for backcheck approval. Anticipate bidding project and starting construction Summer 2005.

Date Posted: 1/18/2005 9:18:00 AM

Working drawings have been submitted to the State Architect’s Office and Chancellor’s Office. Anticipate bidding project Spring 2005 and start construction Summer 2005.

Date Posted: 4/5/2004 2:55:00 PM

This project has been approved for $12.4 million in state funding, with $962,000 authorized for release to the District in September 2003 and $11.4 million approved with the passage of the statewide bond measure last month. The architect has submitted the preliminary plans to the State Chancellor’s office and the plans will go before the State Public Works Board in April.

Date Posted: 3/3/2004 9:00:00 AM

This project has been approved for $12.4 million in state funding, with $962,000 authorized for release to the District in September 2003 and $11.4 million with the passage of the statewide bond measure. The District has held meetings between the architect and staff to review the scope of the project and reevaluate the status of the previously prepared plan document (Final Project Proposal or FPP). The architect has evaluated the requested changes to the FPP and finds the requests are outside the scope of the project as approved by the State Chancellor’s Office. District and College staffs have worked with the architect to bring the scope of the project back into the State Chancellor’s approved FPP design parameters.

Date Posted: 10/16/2003 12:49:00 PM

The SCCCD Board of Trustees at its June 24 meeting selected and authorized the administration to enter into an agreement with Teter Consultants as the project architect. This project has been approved for $12.4 million in state funding, with $962,000 authorized for release to the District in September 2003 and $11.4 million depending upon the passage of the March 2004 statewide bond measure. The District has held meetings between the architect and staff to review the scope of the project and reevaluate the status of the previously prepared plan document (Final Project Proposal).