Main, Powell, & Gee Buildings: Childcare Center & Instructional Space

Expansion and Renovation

Proposed Bond Project Information

Project Budget: $4,440,000

Bond Issuance Date: September 2022
Construction Start Date: December 2022
Estimated Completion Date: January 2024
Architect: TBD
Operating Impact: $0

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Childcare Expansion & Renovation:

• Renovation Current Space: 13,095 SF - 5 classroom/lab spaces
• Renovation Additional Space: 1,000 to 2,000 SF - 2 new classrooms/Indoor activity/lab spaces at approximately 2,000 SF

Main Campus and Library (26,000 SF):

15 renovated classrooms
10,000 SF renovated Library to Active Learning Center

Powell (Net 6,000 SF):

• 6 labs/classrooms with a minimum of 1 additional Biology lab
• 2 additional Chemistry labs
• Renovation of a current Biology lab and Anatomy and Physiology lab

Main, Powell, & Gee Buildings: Childcare Center & Instructional Space Expansion and Renovation
Bond Project Updates

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As discussed at the May Board of Trustees meeting, the scope of this project must be reduced in order for the project to fit within the amended funding approved by the Alamance County Commissioner’s at their February 2022 meeting. A revised 3-1 will be recommended for approval at the June Board of Trustees meeting with a total revised budget of $3,536,070. A new 3-1 form for a new capital project, funded through SCIF funding, will be brought to the Board of Trustees June meeting for consideration. This new project will include the scope that had to be reduced from the County bond project. In the meantime, the design team continues to push forward with schematic design. The two projects, if approved, will be titled as follows:

- Main & Powell Buildings: Classroom/Lab Renovation and Nursing
Expansion Project $3,536,070
- Gee Building: First Floor and Library Renovation/Childcare Updates
Project $1,400,000

Alamance Community College expects the county bond project to bid in November with construction commencing in late December/early January. The SCIF project timeline will be finalized once a new design contract is established. As a reminder, HH Architecture is currently completing a feasibility study for the College to help determine the most appropriate use for the annual SCIF funding. Scope currently being reviewed includes improvements to the exterior of the DC campus, Main Building classroom renovations and creation of a Wellness Center for the campus.