Accelerated Repair Program
As a result of the lessons learned from its Green Repair Program, the MSBA has instituted an Accelerated Repair Program (“Program”) as part of its ongoing repair program. The Program is primarily for the repair and/or replacement of roofs, windows/doors, and/or boilers with the potential to include additional systems as may be determined by the MSBA contingent upon available funding and capacity in the capital pipeline. The Program focuses on the preservation of existing assets by performing energy-efficient and cost-saving upgrades, which will result in direct operational savings for school districts. Since 2010, districts have been participating in our Repair Programs as indicated in the table below:
|Repair Program||Districts||Schools||Total Project Costs||Maximum Facility Grants|
|*Totals reflect projects approved for Project Funding Agreements as of the August 6, 2015 Board of Directors' Meeting.|
Districts that have repair needs in their school facilities that inhibit the cost-effective and energy-efficient delivery of the district’s educational program expressed interest in the Accelerated Repair Program through the MSBA’s Statement of Interest ("SOI") process. In order to maximize the impact of this Program, districts are required to use pre-selected consultants. In addition, districts are required to appropriate funding quickly in order to adhere to an accelerated project schedule.
The FY2012 Accelerated Repair Program has a total of 36 projects in 24 districts, including seven districts undertaking projects at multiple schools. At the MSBA Board of Directors Meeting held on November 19, 2014, the MSBA presented a summary of a cost data comparison of construction estimates versus bid amounts for the FY2012 projects. As of the June 3, 2015 Board of Directors meeting, 20 of the 36 projects, have been approved for Final Audit.
Following the MSBA's review of FY2013 SOIs and subsequent invitations by the Board of Directors, 45 projects in 25 districts are participating in the Accelerated Repair Program. The districts are now completing construction and finalizing Project Closeout. At the MSBA Board of Directors Meeting held on June 3, 2015, the MSBA presented a summary of a cost data comparison of construction estimates versus bid amounts for the FY2013 projects.
For FY2014 SOIs, 47 projects in 34 districts are proceeding in the Accelerated Repair Program. At the MSBA Board of Directors Meeting held on June 3, 2015, the MSBA presented a summary of a cost data comparison of construction estimates versus bid amounts received prior to the Board Meeting for the FY2014 projects. An Accelerated Repair Program Bid Schedule is provided for roof, windows/doors, and boiler projects through February, 2016.
With the review of FY2015 SOIs complete, the Board of Directors has invited 44 projects in 24 districts into the Accelerated Repair Program. Districts have been asked to complete prerequisite documents within 90 days of invitation.
- Initial Compliance Certification (ICC)
- Terms and Conditions
- Schematic Design Vote Language
- Accelerated Repair Program Syllabus
|Consultant Assignment (2012-2014 Invites)||Consultant Assignment (2015 Invites)|
- Schematic Design Checklist
- 3011 Total Project Budget Form
- Template Project Funding Agreement
- Total Project Vote Language
- Cost Data
- 60% Construction Document Submission Checklist
- Final Construction Document Submission Checklist
- Template Project Funding Agreement Bid Amendment Worksheet
- Template Change Order Log
- Budget Revision Request
- Standard Schedule of Values
- Module 8 – Completing the Project (Project Closeout)
Questions about the Accelerated Repair Program? Please contact Mike McGurl via email or at (617) 720-4466.