Waterloo School District

Waterloo School District

Energy Performance Contracting Services Under WI Act 32 May 17, 2017 PULASKI COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT FOUNDED ON TRADITION AND PRIDE, FOCUSED ON EXCELLENCE History of Act 32 in PCSD Research: Investigate experiences of other districts 2016-2017 school year Investigate viability of project for PCSD Meet with potential Energy Savings Contractors Receive feedback on needs and potential projets Consult with Bond Counsel, Financial Advisor, and Legal PULASKI COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT FOUNDED ON TRADITION AND PRIDE, FOCUSED ON EXCELLENCE History of Act 32 in PCSD March 15, 2017 Presented initial information to the Board of Education Viable option to fund many items on our 10 year maintenance plan Timing Health of the District Act 32 investigation continues through a Request for

Qualifications (RFQ) PULASKI COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT FOUNDED ON TRADITION AND PRIDE, FOCUSED ON EXCELLENCE History of Act 32 in PCSD March 17-28, 2017 RFQ Period (5 proposals received) April 5, 2017 Acceptance of recommdnation of H&H for evaluation, design, and planning April 6-20, 2017 Phase I facilities audit April 26, 2017 Authorization for initial borrowing authority and scope of work approved PULASKI COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT FOUNDED ON TRADITION AND PRIDE, FOCUSED ON EXCELLENCE History of Act 32 in PCSD Scope of Work $8.5 M Projects benefiting students in every building Projects with operations and mainteance savings Improved learning environments Protect investment in our facilities Tax Levy Impact Mill rate history Retiring debt Project benefits and lowest mill rate since 2008-2009 PULASKI COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT FOUNDED ON TRADITION AND PRIDE, FOCUSED ON EXCELLENCE PCSD Mill Rate History 2007-2008

2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015 2015-2016 2016-2017 $8.75 $8.34 $8.90 $9.24 $9.61 $9.82 $9.83 $9.77 $8.84 $8.61 PULASKI COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT Projected 2017-2018 with Act 32 Energy St. Avg. Project: $8.48 $10.37 $10.26 ** Decrease in Mill $10.25 Rate by $0.13 $9.97 FOUNDED ON TRADITION AND PRIDE, FOCUSED ON EXCELLENCE PCSD Long Term Debt Outlook

PULASKI COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT FOUNDED ON TRADITION AND PRIDE, FOCUSED ON EXCELLENCE PULASKI COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT FOUNDED ON TRADITION AND PRIDE, FOCUSED ON EXCELLENCE Formal Requirements April 28, 2017 - Request for Proposals (RFP) sent to all respondents from initial RFQ April 29, 2017 Notice to Electors (adopted resolution) printed in GB Press Gazette May 3, 2017 - Pnoticed May 17, 2017 meeting to consider a proposal to negotiate an energy savings performance contract May 11, 2017 - RFP due to PCSD PULASKI COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT FOUNDED ON TRADITION AND PRIDE, FOCUSED ON EXCELLENCE The Facility & Energy Experts Pulaski Community School District Energy Savings Project Presentation Benchmarking The Facility & Energy Experts Size (sq-ft)

Annual Utility Cost ($) $/sq-ft kWh/sq-ft Therms/sq-ft Total kBtu/sq-ft Pulaski High School (PHS) 317,191 $197,966 $0.62 4.5 0.22 37.4 Pulaski Community Middle School (PCMS) 222,628 $176,275 $0.79 4.2

0.46 60.4 Glenbrook Elementary School 129,066 $99,068 $0.77 4.4 0.22 36.7 Hillcrest Elementary School 64,244 $32,954 $0.51 3.2 0.19 29.4 Sunnyside Elementary School 61,180

$38,477 $0.63 3.9 0.12 25.1 Lannoye Elementary School 55,311 $24,313 $0.44 3.0 0.24 34.6 Fairview Elementary School 31,000 $26,744 $0.86 3.2 0.40

50.3 Bus Garage 4,500 $9,521 $2.12 ** 11.7 0.73 112.7 885,120 $605,318 $0.68 a Facility Name Totals 11 Utility Bill Charges The Facility & Energy Experts School Name

kW (Demand) kWh (Energy) $/Therm Fairview Elementary $22.57 $0.03500 $0.6410 Lannoye Elementary $0.00 $0.09477 $0.5240 Sunnyside Elementary $11.59 $0.06458 $0.6630 Hillcrest Elementary $11.59 $0.06458

$0.5290 Glenbrook Elementary $13.80 $0.07842 $0.6180 Middle School $13.80 $0.07842 $0.5640 High School $11.59 $0.06458 $0.5930 Bus Garage $0.00 $0.13282 $0.8000 12

Cost Breakout by location The Facility & Energy Experts % of total cost by facility Bus Garage; 0.2% a Facility Fairview Elementary Lannoye Elementary Sunnyside Elementary Hillcrest Elementary Glenbrook Elementary Middle School High School* Bus Garage Total Total Project Cost $279,602 $758,099 $810,515 Fairview Elementary; 3.3% $792,245 $1,231,487 High School*; 32.4% Lannoye Elementary; 8.9% Sunnyside Elementary; 9.5%

$1,854,592 Hillcrest Elementary; 9.3% $2,758,378 $16,759 $8,501,676 Glenbrook Elementary; 14.5% *Total Project Cost includes $1,617,000 for new roof Middle School; 21.8% 13 Annual Savings The Facility & Energy Experts Annual Utility Cost (Normalized)* Est. Annual Energy Savings ($) Est. Annual O&M Savings ($) Long Term Operational Savings (LTOS) % Energy Savings Simple

Payback Fairview Elementary $26,744 $6,134 $8,060 $12,051 23% 9.5 Lannoye Elementary $28,950 $7,010 $9,956 $33,319 24% 13.6 Sunnyside Elementary $49,834 $10,790

$17,130 $34,691 22% 11.7 Hillcrest Elementary $40,091 $12,094 $17,988 $32,235 30% 11.4 Glenbrook Elementary $113,425 $27,150 $39,386 $52,806 24% 9.2

Middle School $176,275 $30,134 $62,336 $69,726 17% 9.2 High School $231,823 $37,302 $57,094 $100,933 16% 10.2 Bus Garage $9,521 $1,490 $90

$547 16% 12.6 $676,664 $132,103 $212,041 $336,309 20% 12.5 Facility Total *Normalization to accommodate needed fresh air and various variable such as weather, hours of operations, etc 14 Project Location Breakout The Facility & Energy Experts Code Project Project Scope location

1 Upgrade Interior lighting to LED X,BG 1 Upgrade remaining exterior lights to LED X,BG All School Buildings X 2 Building Weatherization & Insulation X,BG Fairview Elementary FV 3 Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERVs) X Lannoye Elementary LN

3 Demand Controlled Ventilation (DCV) X Sunnyside Elementary SS 3 Upgrade pneumatics to DDC for building controls Hillcrest Elementary HC Glenbrook Elementary GB Middle School MS High School* HS Bus Garage BG 3

3 4 SS,HC,GB,MS HVAC projects and improvements LN,SS**,HC,GB**,MS**,HS,BG Upgrade aged water heaters FV Upgrade aged kitchen equipment X 5 Replace aged roofing areas 6 Window Replacement FV,LN,SS,HC,GB,MS,HS Code SS,HC 15 1: LED Lighting The Facility & Energy Experts Project Includes: LED indoor lighting fixtures LED outdoor lighting (remaining areas) Benefits:

Long lasting, expected life of 25+ years 5 or 10 year manufacturer warranties Reduced operations and maintenance costs Improved quality and uniformity of light Better learning environment 50%+ energy reduction compared to existing 16 2. Building Weatherization & Insulation The Facility & Energy Experts Project Includes: Weather-strip and seal exterior doors and interior doors to unconditioned rooms 1-part and 2-part foam on roof/wall joints Caulk windows, 1 line at perimeter Benefits: Reduce air infiltration Reduce thermal energy loss Improve occupant comfort (reduce draftiness) 17 3. HVAC Upgrades The Facility & Energy Experts

Project Includes: Replace outdated pneumatics to DDC controls and update existing DDC software/front end to latest version Replace older HVAC & water heater equipment Install energy recovery ventilators (ERVs) Install demand controlled ventilation Benefits: Replace outdated equipment Reduce maintenance costs Improved building performance and occupant comfort Save energy, better scheduling Improve air quality 18 4. Kitchen Upgrades The Facility & Energy Experts Project Includes: Replace walk-in freezer/coolers as needed Replace electric booster heater for dishwasher with a natural gas fired unit Benefits: Replace equipment that is past typical service life Reduce demand (kW) costs associated with operating an electric booster heater & use a

cheaper fuel source 19 5. Replace aged roofing areas The Facility & Energy Experts Project Includes: Replace aged roof sections that are at or beyond useful life. Benefits: Roof systems are well past the typical service life and are no longer under warranty New roof system would include 20 year no dollar limit manufacturer warranty Investigate replacement of insulation and possibility of adding more R-value 20 6. Window Replacement The Facility & Energy Experts Project Includes: Replace aged and failing windows Benefits: Maintain or install adjustable windows Minimized temperature gradient by windows Investigate replacement of insulation around windows for better weatherization 21

Questions? The Facility & Energy Experts Next Steps RFP Responses As Expected, H&H was the only respondent to the RFP for Energy Savings Performance Contract Recommended from RFQ process Conducted phase 1 assessment Board Action (INSERT LANUGAGE FOR BOARD MOTION HERE) PULASKI COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT FOUNDED ON TRADITION AND PRIDE, FOCUSED ON EXCELLENCE

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