Roof Replacement: MCPS (P766995)

  • Category: Montgomery County Public Schools
  • Sub Category: Countywide
  • Administering Agency: Public Schools (AAGE18)
  • Planning Area: Countywide
  • Date Last Modified: 4/21/14
  • Required Adequate Public Facility: No
  • Relocation Impact: None
  • Status: Ongoing

EXPENDITURE SCHEDULE ($000s) 

FUNDING SCHEDULE ($000s)

Description

The increasing age of buildings has created a backlog of work to replace roofs on their expected 20 year life cycle. Roofs are replaced when schools are not in session, and are scheduled during the summer. This is an annual request, funded since FY 1976. An FY 2009 appropriation was approved to continue this project. An FY 2010 appropriation was approved to continue this level of effort project. An FY 2011 appropriation was approved to replace the existing roofs at A. Mario Loiederman Middle School, and Montgomery Knolls and Laytonsville elementary schools. Also, the FY 2011 appropriation will provide funding for partial roof replacements at Sherwood High School and Beall, Cold Spring, and Cloverly elementary schools. An FY 2012 appropriation was approved and will provide funding for partial roof replacements at Broad Acres, Fairland, Oak View and Olney elementary schools, Sligo Middle School, and Damascus and Sherwood high schools. Also, the FY 2012 appropriation will provide funding for a full roof replacement at Rachel Carson Elementary School. An FY 2013 appropriation was approved for partial roof replacements at Pine Crest, Stedwick, Dr. Charles R. Drew, Summit Hall, and Whetstone elementary schools and full roof replacements at Damascus, Judith A. Resnick and Sequoyah elementary schools. An FY 2014 appropriation was approved to continue this project. An FY 2015 appropriation was approved for partial roof replacements at Fields Road, Olney, and Rockwell elementary schools and Walt Whitman High School as well as full roof replacements at Briggs Chaney, White Oak, and Roberto Clemente middle schools.

Capacity

Other

Fiscal Note

State Reimbursement: reimbursement of the state share of eligible costs will continue to be pursued.

Disclosures

Expenditures will continue indefinitely. Public Schools (A18) asserts that this project conforms to the requirements of relevant local plans, as required by the Maryland Economic Growth, Resource Protection and Planning Act.

Coordination

CIP Master Plan for School Facilities

($000s) FY15 FY 16-20

Salaries and Wages 158 790

Fringe Benefits 73 365

Workyears 2 10