Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Ashland School District No. 5, Jackson County, Oregon - The Board of Directors met in a work session December 18, 2007, at 10:00 a.m. at Lincoln School.  Present were:

 

Mat Marr                     )           Chair

Ruth Alexander             )

Heidi Parker                )           Board Members

Amy Patton                  )

 

Juli Di Chiro, Superintendent

Pam Lucas, Business Manager

Gary DeCock, Project Manager

Community Members

 

 

I.          Call to Order

 

The meeting was called to order at 10:03 a.m. by Chair Marr.

 

II.         Roll Check

 

A roll of the board was taken and all members were present with the exception of Director Massie.

 

III.       Discuss Green Sustainable Strategies for Capital Projects

 

            Michael Barrett from DLR Architects participated in the meeting via speaker phone.  He led the Board through a review of a number of sustainable strategies that are being recommended for the various projects in the district.  The strategies discussed included daylighting, efficient heating and cooling, passive ventilation, increased insulation, eco-roof, water conservation, raising eco-awareness, bioswales, energy production, low  volatile organic compounds (VOCs), recyclable materials, and recycling and salvation of demolished materials.

 

            The Board reviewed each option with Mr. Barrett and had questions about various applications.  The Board then rated each potential strategy on a 3.0 scale:  1 = approved, include immediately; 2 = hold pending further research; 3 = decline.  The list of ranked strategies is as follows:

 

           

Rank

Strategy

 

Daylighting

1

AHS Photosensors (Multi-Purpose, 25% of Both Gyms, 25% of Music Room, Chorus Room = 7100 sf)

1

AHS Skylights (Corridor)

1

AHS Western and Southern Shading Devices for auxiliary Gym

1

AHS Existing Gym Southern Clerestories

1

BES Photosensors (All Classrooms, Library 15500)

1

BES Side Lights at Doors

 

 

 

Efficient Heating and Cooling/Passive Venvilation

1

AHS Switching from 2 air handler units to 4

1

AHS Radiant Floor Heating in Auxiliary Gym (7,200 sf)

1

BES Radiant Floor Heating in Gym (3,380 sf)

 

 

 

Increased Insulation

1

AHS Increase wall performance by 40%

1

AHS Increase roof insulation from R-19 to R-30

 

 

 

Eco-Roof

1

AHS Eco-Roof on Multipurpose Classroom

 

 

 

Water Conservation

1

AHS Low-flow toilets, urinals and showers

1

BES Low-flow toilets and urinals

 

 

 

Raising Eco-Awareness

2

District Post Occupancy Evaluation Allotment

3

AHS Public Display of Building Information

 

 

 

Rainwater Filtration with Bioswales

1

AHS Permeable surfaces

1

Helman Bioswale in Parking Island

 

 

 

Energy Production

1

AHS Increase Music Roof Structure (3800 sf)

1

BES (Increase Library Roof Structure (4000 sf)

1

HES Increase Gymnasium Roof Structure (4800 sf)

 

 

 

Low-VOC and Recyclable Materials

1

Low VOC district wide

1

AHS Green Materials Allotment

1

BES Using Rubber flooring rather than VCT

1

BES Polymer Roofing Shingles rather than asphalt

1

BES Green Materials Allotment

 

 

 

Recycle and Salvage Demolitioned Materials

2

District General Demolition Allotment

2

AHS Recycle Demolitioned Materials Allotment

 

 

 

 

The Board had additional unanswered questions which included the following:

 

For the HVAC System at AHS, how many thermostat controls will be included in the new and remodeled areas, and where will they be located?

 

Director Patton wanted to know if individual team rooms and practice areas could be controlled separately.

 

Under increased insulation, the Board wants to check to see if this is a strategy that could be applied at Helman as well.

 

Under water conservation, Director Parker had questions about rain water catchment systems.

 

Under raising eco-awareness, the Board would like to explore other options for using the monitoring of energy use by students as an educational activity beyond what was suggested in the report.

 

Under bioswales, the Board had questions about the use of permeable surfaces on all parking lots.

 

For the location of VOC panels, a question was raised from the audience about the pitch of the roofs and whether or not they could be redesigned so that the VOC panels would not need to be installed on mounts.

 

Director Parker wants to ensure that energy efficient appliances are used wherever called for.

 

After the Board approved various strategies, they directed staff to conduct further research on the following items:

 

Are the skylights at the AHS corridors included in the current price?

 

Are all Bellview classrooms equipped with photosensors?

 

How large is the glass in the classroom doors  at Bellview?

 

Can the insulation be increased for the Helman gym?

 

For the polymer roofing shingles at Bellview, check with the roofing consultant to get an opinion on that material.

 

A Board Work Session was scheduled for Monday, January 28, 2008, at 7:00 pm the review the following items:

 

Directors Alexander and Massie will do research on PV panels and the various options that might be available to the district for future insulation.

 

Define the additional needs in the district that are not currently covered by bond projects to begin the process of prioritization so that any unallocated funds can be used for these projects.

 

Begin the discussion of what oversight by the Board may look like once construction begins.

 

IV.       Adjournment

 

There being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 6:03 p.m.

 

Respectfully submitted by Jeanne Peterson, Administrative Assistant.



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