Volume 3, Issue 2          July 2013         Quarterly
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Feature Article

"School districts are asked to review their facility data and send updated information to the Public School Facilities Authority (PSFA)."

 

Chris Aguilar,  

NMPSFA

 

 


members
PSCOC Members

       

David Abbey,  

Director, Legislative Finance Committee     

PSCOC Chair  

  

Keith Gardner,  

Chief of Staff,  Office of the Governor,

PSCOC Vice-Chair,

Administration Maintenance and Standards Subcommittee

 

Joe Guillen,  

Executive Director,  NM School Boards Assoc

Chair, Awards Subcommittee   

 

Frances Maestas,   

Director,  Legislative Education Study Committee

Awards Subcommittee 

 

Tom Clifford,   

Secretary,  Department of Finance and Administration 

Chair, Administration Maintenance and Standards Subcommittee

 

Gene Gant,  

Commissioner,  

Public Education Commission,  

Administration Maintenance and Standards Subcommittee

 

Raul Burciaga,  

Director, Legislative Council Service,

Administration Maintenance and Standards Subcommittee

 

Paul Aguilar, 

Deputy Secretary, Finance & Operations,

Public Education Dept.

Awards Subcommittee

 

J. Dee Dennis, 

Superintendent Regulation and Licensing Division  

Awards Subcommittee

 

    

 

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Next PSCOC Meeting :

 

Friday, Sept. 5  

9am - Noon 

State Capitol Bldg.   

(Subject to change)

 

 

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Abbreviation Legend:

 

FAD = Facilities Assessment Database     

 

FCI = Facilities Condition Index    

 

SF = Square Footage    

 

ES = Elementary School

 

MS = Middle School

 

HS = High School 

 

 

 

 

 

 


PSCOC Quarterly Newsletter
July 30, 2013 
Tibbetts
Project Showcase:
Tibbetts Middle School

 

Replacing an old school partially consisting of WPA-era barracks, the new Tibbetts Middle School in Farmington is a reflection of the active participation in the planning process by both school staff and community. This project was received PSCOC funding during the 2009-2010 award cycle and was completed in 2012 with a 650 student capacity ranging from Grades 6 through 8. The project came in four million dollars under budget and six weeks ahead of schedule. Total project cost was $22,433,479.00. It was constructed within the total gross square foot guidelines for a school of its type and enrollment and came in at about 190 square feet per student.

 

The project architect was Sanjay Engineer of Fanning Bard Tatum Architects and construction was performed by Jaynes Corporation.

 



RCA
Recent Contract Awards  
 
Several significant school construction contracts have been awarded recently. These are: 
  • Bayard Elementary (Cobre) $8,134,300 
  • Truth or Consequences Elementary (T or C) $11,117,000 
  • Valley View Elementary (Roswell)  $6,890,84
  • Estancia Middle School (Estancia)  $7,614,990 

 

 

 Applicants

FY2013-2014 PSCOC Awards

Click here to download the awards map   

 
District

School 
 

Total Project
Cost to
Adequacy

Phase Request
(Award)

Deming
Deming
Intermediate
$16,300,000
$1,630,000
NMSBVI
Quimby Gym
$1,844,015
$184,402
Lordsburg
Lordsburg HS
$11,000,000
$100,000
Central
Grace Wilson ES & Ruth Bond ES
$25,000,000
$100,000
Mesa Vista
Ojo Caliente ES
$7,000,000
$700,000
Reserve
Reserve Combined
School
$8,700,000
$50,000
Grants
Los Alamitos MS
$20,830,000
$100,000
Roswell
Parkview Early
Literacy

$10,500,000
$1,050,000
Albuquerque
Marie Hughes ES 
$8,475,010
$847,501
Hobbs
New Elementary
School
$16,128,870
$1,612,887
Hobbs
Broadmoor ES
$14,440,157
$1,444,016
Central
Newcomb HS
$11,911,896
$100,000
Silver -
State Charter
Aldo Leopold
Charter School
$9,000,000
$50,000
Albuquerque
Arroyo del Oso ES
$1,022,122
$1,022,122
Gallup
Ramah ES
$9,119,265
$911,927
Farmington
Northeast ES
$12,700,000
$1,270,000
NMSBVI
Sacramento
Building
$2,294,411
$229,441
Albuquerque
Collet Park ES
$5,028,217
$5,028,217
Belen
Rio Grande ES
$16,027,945
$100,000
Gadsden
New Elementary
School
$16,500,000
$1,650,000
Gadsden
Chaparral ES
$14,745,046
$1,474,505
Albuquerque
Atrisco ES
$9,854,453
$985,445
NMSBVI
Recreation /
Ditzler Auditorium
$4,116,993
$411,699
Farmington
Hermosa MS
$10,200,000
$1,020,000

 

 

 

FAD
Statewide Facility Condition Update 

by Chris Aguilar, PSFA FAD Manager 

 

The public school Facilities Assessment Database (FAD) is the tool used to create standards based prioritization for funding public school facilities through the Public School Capital Outlay Council (PSCOC). This assessment database combines building repair cost & system life cycle analysis.

 

The Facilities Assessment Database (FAD) incorporates facility data for all New Mexico public schools and is updated throughout the year via field assessments, master plan updates, and district stakeholder exchange. School districts are asked to review their facility data and send updated information to the Public School Facilities Authority (PSFA).  

 

By tracking building repair cost & system life cycle data within a certain school we are able to score the school using the industry standard concept of the Facility Condition Index (FCI). This is a ratio of needed repairs (including life cycle renewal requirements) divided by replacement value.  

 

The projected New Mexico public school building FCI for FY2014 is 33.83%. This reflects an unfunded facilities need of $6 billion (based on $289.68 per SF of replacement cost).  

 

For additional information contact Chris Aguilar, PSFA Facility Database Manager, e-mail: caguilar@nmpsfa.org
 

 

 NH
PSFA New Hires and Promotions
 

Brian Stephens, Regional Manager

  

Brian Stephens, born and raised in Southern New Mexico and a graduate of Hot Springs High School will be joining the PSFA to serve in Southeast New Mexico as Assistant Regional Manager.   His area of responsibility will include the districts of Roswell, Dexter, Hagerman, Lake Arthur, Artesia, Carlsbad, Loving, Eunice, and Jal. Brian has an Associate of Applied Science degree in Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration from Dona Ana Community College along with a Bachelor of Applied Studies with minors in management, business administration, marketing, and advertising from NMSU. He has a working knowledge of HVAC, electrical, and plumbing systems, and building automation and access controls.  Prior to coming aboard, Brian had the position of Manager of Facility Services at NMSU Carlsbad.   

  


 

Jeremy Jerge, Assistant Regional Manager   

 

PSFA has announced the promotion of Jeremy Jerge from Project Technician to Assistant Regional Manager in accordance with the agency's PSCOC-approved Career Development Plan. Jeremy started out at the PSFA in June of 2007 as an intern in the Planning Department. While still pursuing his undergraduate degree in Architecture, he transitioned to Student Intern under the Central NM Regional Manager until hired as a Project Technician in November of 2012. In July of 2013, he became a PSFA Assistant Regional Manager for the Grants-Cibola, Quemado, and Zuni School Districts.  Jeremy currently holds certificates as Certified Construction Contract Administrator (CCCA) and Construction Document Technologist (CDT). He is pursuing certification as a Facility Manager (FMA) as well as a licensure as an architect.   His educational background consists of a Master of Arts in Architecture, Bachelor of Arts in Architecture, and is a high school graduate of the New Mexico Military Institute.

    

 

 NH
Upcoming Ribbon Cuttings and Openings
 

 

  • Alcalde ES (Espaola)
  • Lockwood ES (Clovis)
  • Union Street ES (W. Las Vegas)
  • W.D. Gattis ES (Clovis)
 

 

PHOTOS
Tibbetts Middle School Photos





*Photography courtesy of Mattophoto Architectural Photography & FBT Architects

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State of New Mexico

Public School Facilities Authority

410 Don Gaspar Ave. 

Santa Fe, NM  87501

Ph: 505-988-5989  |  Fax: 505-988-5933  |  www.nmpsfa.org 

Newsletter Editor:
Andre Larroque  |   Email: alarroque@nmpsfa.org   |   Ph: 505-468-0281

Writers:

PSFA Staff

   

Questions and Comments:  

Bob Gorrell, PSFA Director  |  Email:  rgorrell@nmpsfa.org  |  Ph: 505-301-4021