Historic structures report

HISTORIC STRUCTURES REPORT
for the
CSPS Hall
of the
Czech and Slovak Sokol Minnesota

CSPS HALL COST ESTIMATE

The costs provided below reflect the construction climate as of October 2008 and include general contractor overhead and profit mark-ups.

Costs are based on HomeTech Remodeling and Renovation Cost Estimator and RS Means.

Costs in this section do notinclude contingencies or professional fees.

Item

Cost

Priority

Comments

SITE

Install new sidewalk at east side of building

5,000

1

Potential safety issue

Trim or remove trees at west side of building

2,000

3

Helps to prevent longer term deterioration

Regrade at rear of building

2,500

2

Helps keep water out of the building

Extend downspouts at rear of building

2,000

1

Helps keep water out of the building

MASONRY

Chimney repairs

3,000

3

Minor repair

Parapet coping tile replacement and repair

2,500

2

Helps keep water out

Basement floor improvement

35,000

3

Optional. Exact treatment to be determined

Repoint areas of deterioration at foundation walls in basement

5,000

3

Mostly aesthetic

MISCELLANEOUS

Install sealant at basement window coverings

1,000

1

Helps keep water out of the building

Install cover over mechanical areaway to basement

1,000

1

Helps keep water out of the building

Painting

12,000

3

Primarily aesthetic improvement

Paint metal roofs over entries

8,000

2

Prevents deterioration and improves aesthetics

Install plinth blocks at basement columns

5,000

2

Prevents further deterioration

Assorted weatherstripping

1,500

2

Improves energy effeciency

Minor repairs to interior doors, cabinets, trap doors to attic

4,000

3

Primarily aesthetic improvement

REMODELING

Third floor egress stair

7,500

3

Improves emergency exiting from third floor

Remodeled 1st floor, elevator lobby to offices, shop, etc.

40,000

3

Improves use of first floor

New basement stair

7,500

3

Improves use of first floor

Storage and corridor remodel at 1st floor

15,000

3

Improves use of first floor

ELEVATOR

Extend elevator to 3rd floor, including exterior construction

100,000

1

Makes third floor accessible

PLUMBING

Second floor rest room remodeling

20,000

2

Provides accessible rest rooms to main floor

MECHANICAL

Second and 3rd floor air conditioning

15,000

1

Allows year-round use of main floor

Relocate air handling unit from basement

2,000

2

Reduces heat buildup

Reactivate ventilation system in gymnasium/dance hall

2,500

3

Inexpensive way to improve temperature in summer

ELECTRICAL

Electrical upgrades for additional air conditioning

5,000

1

Required for air conditioning

New light fixtures in 2nd floor restrooms

500

2

Aesthetic improvement

Costs by Priority

Total costs within this section include contingencies and professional fees.


Priority One Items

Item

Cost

Priority

Comments

Extend elevator to third floor

100,000

1

Makes third floor accessible

Second and third floor air conditioning

15,000

1

Allows year-round use of main floor

Electrical upgrades for air conditioning

5,000

1

Required for air conditioning

Third floor egress stair

10,500

1

Improves emergency exiting from third floor

Install new sidewalk on east side of building

5,000

1

Potential safety issue

Extend downspouts at rear of building

2,000

1

Helps keep water out of the building

Install sealant at basement window coverings

1,000

1

Helps keep water out of the building

Install cover over mechanical areaway to basement

1,000

1

Helps keep water out of the building

Base construction cost

139,500

Contiungencies, assume 25% contiungency

34,875

Professional fees, assume 15%

26,156

Total for Priority One Items

$200,531

Priority Two Items

Item

Cost

Priority

Comments

Regrade at rear of building

2,500

2

Helps keep water out of the building

Parapet coping tile replacement and repair

2,500

2

Helps keep water out

Paint metal roofs over entries

8,000

2

Prevents deterioration and improves aesthetics

Install plinth blocks at basement columns

5,000

2

Prevents further deterioration

Assorted weatherstripping

1,500

2

Improves energy effeciency

Second floor restroom remodeling

20,000

2

Provides accessible rest rooms to main floor

Relocate air handling unit from basement

2,000

2

Reduces heat buildup

New light fixtures in second floor restrooms

500

2

Aesthetic improvement

Base construction cost

42,000

Contiungencies, assume 25% contiungency

10,500

Professional fees, assume 20%

10,500

Total for Priority Two Items

$63,000

Priority Three Items

Item

Cost

Priority

Comments

Reactivate ventilation system in gymnasium/dance hall

2,500

3

Inexpensive way to improve temperature in summer

Trim or remove trees at west side of building

2,000

3

Helps to prevent longer term deterioration

Chimney repairs

3,000

3

Minor repair

Basement floor improvement, repoint partial walls

35,000

3

Optional. Exact treatment to be determined

Repoint partial foundation walls in basement

5,000

3

Mostly aesthetic

Painting

12,000

3

Primarily aesthetic improvement

Minor repairs to interior doors, cabinet, trap door, etc

4,000

3

Primarily aesthetic improvement

Remodeled first floor, elevator lobby to offices, shops

40,000

3

Improves use of first floor

New basement stair

7,500

3

Improves use of first floor

Storage and corridor remodel at first floor

15,000

3

Improves use of first floor

Base construction cost

126,000

Contiungencies, assume 25% contiungency

31,500

Professional fees, assume 20%

31,500

Total for Priority Three Items

189,000

Total cost for all three priorities

452,531

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