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SOUTH MANDARIN BRANCH LIBRARY
Assessments of the facility
The South Mandarin Branch Library of the Jacksonville Public
Library is located in south Jacksonville. The building occupies a
prime location just south of I-295, on San Jose Boulevard at
Orange Picker Road, 14.7 miles from the Main Library.
Official Name: South Mandarin Branch Library
Building Address: 12125 San Jose Boulevard, Jacksonville,
32223
Library Facility Code: SOM
Site Description
The building is situated on a landscaped lot of 6.51 acres
(283,510 square feet), facing Orange Picker Road. The
topography of the site is flat. The primary maintenance
responsibility for the site falls under the supervision of the City of
Jacksonville Public Works Department, Public Buildings Division,
but is privately contracted. Routine maintenance includes cutting
of the grass and landscaping around the building and parking lot.
Drawing SOM-1 illustrates the site of the South Mandarin Branch
Library (11” x 17” overleaf).
Architectural Description
Construction of the original building was completed in 2005.
The facility appears to be well built and in good condition for its
age. Construction drawings of the original facility were available
for review. Drawing SOM-2 depicts the Ground Floor of the
South Mandarin Library (11” x 17” overleaf), as well as the
square footage of each room, as tabulated in Table A. SOM.1.
Square Footage: There are currently 25,132 building gross
square feet (bgsf). There are 21,665 net assignable square feet
(nasf) within the facility. The library currently occupies the entire
building.
Appendix SOM: Current Facilities/Future Needs South Mandarin Branch Library page A.SOM.1 Aerial view, South Mandarin Library
Table A. SOM.1
Existing Square Footage Tabulation, Room-by-Room,
South Mandarin Branch Library
Ground Floor
room room
no.
name
100
Lobby
101
Multi-Purpose Room
102
Storage
103
Kitchen
104
Storage
105
Mechanical Room
106
Staff Room
107
Book Drop
108
Staff Workroom
109
not used
110
Restroom
111
Restroom
112
Supply/Storage
113
Janitorial Supply
square footage
net assignable
building gross
727.3
1,143.7
88.9
104.4
100.0
367.9
436.4
86.3
2,956.0
65.3
62.0
165.6
109.3
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Table A. SOM.1 (continued)
Existing Square Footage Tabulation, Room-by-Room,
South Mandarin Branch Library
Summary
net assignable
floor
square footage
100 Ground Floor
21,665.4
TOTAL
21,665.4
Ground Floor (continued)
room room
square footage
no.
name
net assignable
building gross
114
Electrical Room
107.1
115
Mechanical
394.7
116
Communications Room
100.2
117
Storage
63.7
118
Restroom
61.8
119
Children's Services
2,840.5
120
Children's Services Desk nasf included in 119
121
Children's Librarian
108.0
122
Assist. Librarian
108.0
123
Branch Librarian
106.5
124
Circulation Services
400.4
125
Tutor Room
69.7
126
Study Room
84.1
127
Study Room
125.4
128
Adult Services
9,980.2
129
Conference Room
325.3
130
Tutor Room
97.5
131
Corridor
190.5
132
Men's Restroom
207.7
133
Women's Restroom
280.9
134
Janitor
33.0
135
Electronic Classroom
723.8
136
Storage
38.7
137
Young Adult Services
775.0
138
A/V Room
10.0
139
Delivery/Staff Entry (exterior)
26.9
assigned rooms and spaces
21,665.4
unassigned walls, pipe chases, etc.
3,466.6
TOTALS
21,665.4
25,132.0
Efficiency
86.2%
Appendix SOM: Current Facilities/Future Needs South Mandarin Branch Library page A.SOM.2 building gross
square footage
25,132.0
25,132.0
efficiency
86.2%
86.2%
Information from JPL attributes 25,000 bgsf to the South
Mandarin Branch Library.
Site & Building Capacity
The South Mandarin Branch Library currently provides 100
parking spaces on site. At 25,132 gross square feet, 126
parking spaces would be needed at the South Mandarin Library,
in order to meet the minimum standard of one space per 200
bgsf of building, as currently sized.
Staff workspace, at 3,530 nasf, is 16.3% of total net assignable
square feet (nasf) of the building – more than adequate when
compared to the minimum standard of 10% for buildings
between 15,000 and 30,000 gross square feet. In terms of
square footage, the surplus equates to 1,364 nasf more than the
minimum need of 2,166 nasf.
Table A. SOM.3
Site & Building Capacity, South Mandarin Branch Library
unit of capacity
Building gross square feet
Site area, in acres
Parking spaces
current
2010
25,132
6.51
112
2010 need
to standards
25,132
2.31
126
current vs.
standards
100.0%
282.1%
89.1%
Growth Potential
Adaptability: The building is composed of open spaces, with
structural spans ranging from 32 feet north-to-south and 32 feet
east-to-west. Changes to the configuration of the spaces
appear to be feasible.
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Expandability: A horizontal addition to the north appears most
feasible, indeed the design planned for such future expansion.
It is not conceivable that vertical expansion could be achieved,
given a preliminary analysis of the roof structure.
INTERNET PC-QUANTITY
# of All Internet PCs
Branch Rank (low=20 FY07-FY09;19 FY10)
# of Internet PCs Working on 9/14/10
Branch Rank (low=19)
% of Non-Working Internet PCs on 9/14/10
Technology Assessment
Consultants for Godfrey’s Associates performed an independent
assessment of the application of information technology at all
Jacksonville Public Library facilities, in addition to the study
solicited by JPL and performed by Hayes e-Government
Resources, Inc.
Management of IT: The number of IT service tickets has
fluctuated from year to year, but the library has generally ranked
among branches with fewer tickets. The number of hours of IT
support has been significantly higher in the last two years. Data
for FY2010 represent only the first ten months of the year.
Based on ITD assessments, two switches and two wireless
access points need to be upgraded or replaced.
IT SUPPORT
# of IT Work Tickets (FY10=10 months)
Branch Rank (low=20)
# of IT Work Tickets per Internet PC
Hours of IT Work
FY07
166
11
4.0
55
FY08
127
12
3.1
29
FY09
180
10
4.4
121
FY10
152
9
3.7
111
Computers: The distribution of personal computers (PCs)
within the Library is as follows:
Catalog:
Internet:
Staff:
4
41
31
(2 Adult, 2 Children)
(20 Adult, 8 Teen, 13 Children)
South Mandarin offers classes at least three times a month in
the lab, which is also used for staff training and by the
community.
FY07
41
8
FY08
41
8
FY09
41
8
FY10
41
8
37
6
9.8%
Using the library’s service area population as defined by Buxton,
the library just slightly exceeds the state’s middle level standard.
This position falls to just below the middle level when the four
public Internet computers that were not working on 9/14/2010
are removed from the total.
INTERNET PC-PER FLORIDA STANDARDS
# of All Internet PCs per 1,000 population
Branch Rank (low=20)
Florida State Library Standard Category
# of Working Internet PCs per 1,000 population
Branch Rank (low=20)
Florida State Library Standard Category
FY07
FY08
FY09
FY10
0.55
17
> Middle (.50 PC/1000 pop.)
0.49
17
> Middle (.50 PC/1000 pop.)
South Mandarin Library falls in the middle of the branches based
on hours of use of the public Internet computers but falls in the
lower half based on percentage of use of total available hours.
The library’s percentage of utilization is below the system-wide
average of 39.3%. Staff reported that generally customers only
had to wait for a public computer on Sundays, with the typical
wait being 15 to 20 minutes. Hayes e-Government, Inc.
recommended that bandwidth should be at least 16 Mbps.
INTERNET PC-UTILIZATION
Total Hours Used
Branch Rank (low=20)
% Utilization of Total Available PC Hours
Branch Rank (low=20)
% Utilization of Total Working PC Hours
Branch Rank (low=20)
FY07
FY08
FY09
FY10
43,737 38,163
8
10
33.3% 28.3%
15
16
31.4%
18
Bandwidth: 10 Mbps – The library exceeded 90% utilization on
one of the seven days reported.
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Customer Convenience and Productivity Technologies:
Three self-check stations are provided for customers. South
Mandarin ranked in the upper half in self-check use over the last
four years.
G2030 Pedestrian Paving: A combination of concrete and
brick pavers is utilized at the paved plaza to the main entrance.
Curb ramps are provided at the handicapped parking stalls and
at the east end of the plaza. Handicapped access to the public
entrance appears to be compliant. Two of the other four egress
points from the building appear to provide accessible routes.
composite rating: 5.0.
SELF-CHECK-UTILIZATION
% of Circulation
Branch Rank (low=12 FY07-FY09;17 FY10)
Average % Self-Check for 20 Branches
FY07
38.4%
5
31.6%
FY08
46.1%
6
38.4%
FY09
40.6%
6
35.1%
FY10
47.3%
4
37.7%
% Self-Check of Total Circulation
50.0%
40.0%
38.4%
31.6%
46.1%
38.4%
47.3%
40.6%
35.1%
37.7%
30.0%
This Branch
20.0%
All Branches
10.0%
0.0%
FY07
FY08
FY09
FY10
Staff reported two to four wireless users at all times. Tables are
equipped with power outlets.
Site Improvements
G2010 Roadways: One asphalt-paved curb cut provides
access to the public parking lot, one-way materials drop-off
drive, and a brick-paved circular drop-off drive. composite
rating: 5.0.
G2020 Parking Lots: A striped asphalt parking lot for 100 cars,
including four spaces reserved for the handicapped, is situated
to the east of the building. The entire lot needs to be re-striped.
The lot has concrete curbs but no gutters or valley pans. Storm
water drainage from paved areas appears to be effective during
moderate rains. composite rating: 3.9.
Appendix SOM: Current Facilities/Future Needs South Mandarin Branch Library page A.SOM.4 G2040 Site Development: Building- and pole-mounted lighting
on the site uses metal halide lamps and appears adequate. One
flag pole and one rack for 10 bikes are provided near the public
entrance. An un-lit pedestal sign, which was mostly obscured by
landscaping, is positioned at the corner of San Jose Boulevard
at Orange Picker Road. composite rating: 4.8.
G2050 Landscaping: Large, mature trees ring the site.
Medium- and small-sized trees are scattered through the parking
lot. Shrubs are planted around the building perimeter and
circular drop-off drive. composite rating: 4.7.
G3000 Site Utilities: Underground utilities that appear to serve
the site include water, sanitary sewer, storm sewer, power, cable
television, and telephone. composite rating: 5.0.
Substructure
A1010 Foundations: The building appears to utilize a
foundation comprised of steel-reinforced concrete masonry unit
grade beams supported by steel-reinforced concrete footings,
according to the original construction drawings. No evidence of
settlement was observed. rating: 5.0.
A1030 Floor Slabs: Interior concrete floors appear to be fourinch thick steel-reinforced concrete on the Ground Floor of the
building. The Mezzanine floor slab is cast-in-place concrete,
supported by steel beams. Again, no evidence of settlement
was observed. rating: 5.0.
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Building Shell/Exterior Envelope
developed over the years and appear to be causing damage to
ceiling tiles in at least one location. rating: 4.2.
B1020 Superstructure: The building’s superstructure is
comprised of load-bearing masonry walls and steel columns,
supporting steel beams, and open-web steel joists supporting
metal roof decking. Masonry walls appear to provide lateral
bracing around the perimeter. rating: 5.0.
B2010 Exterior Walls: The building exterior uses a concrete
masonry unit (CMU) wall, faced with three-quarter-inch thick
cement plaster. Control joints are employed on the exterior
facades. During the assessment, moss was observed on the
north face of the building. According to the original construction
drawings, one and a half-inch thick rigid insulation was provided
on the interior face of the CMU wall, covered with drywall, but
difficult to verify from visual inspection. The drawings do
indicate continuous mastic waterproofing inside the cavity.
rating: 4.9.
B2020 Exterior Windows: Window units are fixed insulated
glass in aluminum frames. An aluminum storefront spans the
main entrance to the building, also fixed insulated glass in
aluminum frames. Moss was also observed on windows along
the north face of the building during the assessment. rating: 4.9.
Interior Items
These items were surveyed and rated on a room-by-room basis,
and include composite ratings for all rooms in the entire building.
C1020 Interior Doors & Hardware: The interior doors are
mostly solid core wood in hollow metal frames. The inside set of
doors at Lobby 100 and the entrance doors to Children’s
Services 119 are also aluminum and glass storefront-type. Door
hardware includes lever handles which are ADA compliant.
Some doors are provided with electronic locks, of which at least
one was malfunctioning during the assessment. Panic hardware
is provided on exit doors. composite rating: 4.8.
C3010 Wall Finishes: Predominate wall finishes throughout are
light colored paint on drywall partitions. Restrooms 118, 132,
and 133 have four-inch by four-inch ceramic wall tiles
throughout. A wood wainscot is employed around columns and
at the interior materials return. The light colors offer good light
reflectance and appear to be well maintained. composite rating:
5.0.
B2030 Exterior Doors: The entrance doors are aluminum with
insulated vision glass, which is tempered. The main entrance
doors are automatic sliding type. All other exterior doors in the
building are hollow metal in hollow metal frames. Panic
hardware is provided on exit doors. rating: 5.0.
C3020 Floor Finishes: Floor covering throughout the building
is predominantly carpet tile, with 12-inch by 12-inch ceramic tile
used in high-traffic areas. Restrooms 118, 132, and 133 utilize a
one-inch by one-inch ceramic floor tiles throughout. 12-inch by
12-inch vinyl composition tile is used in staff and utility areas.
Floor finishes are in good condition. composite rating: 5.0.
B3010 Roofing: The roof of the building is flat, primarily
utilizing a rolled asphalt roofing system. Standing seam metal
roofing is used at three clerestories over Entrance Portico,
Children’s Services 119, and Young Adult Services 137, and at
awnings over doorways. The substrate material under the
roofing membrane is rigid insulation board over metal decking,
according to the construction drawings. Roof leaks have
C3030 Ceiling Finishes: The dominant ceiling finish
throughout the building is two-foot by two-foot suspended
acoustical ceiling, with paint on drywall borders in public areas.
The center of the building and the clerestories over Children’s
Services 119 and Young Adult Services 137 use a fabricwrapped acoustical panel ceiling, with a metal egg-crate trellis
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under some portions. Most ceiling finishes appear to be in very
good condition, with the exception of ceiling tiles damaged from
roof leaks. composite rating: 4.9.
sign is attractive, in good condition, and located prominently, but
is obscured by overgrown landscaping. composite rating: 4.3.
Vertical Movement & Egress
C2010 Stairs/Ramps/Ladders: No fire stairs are required for
this one-story building. The steel ladder to the roof is adequate.
rating: 5.0.
Z1020 Handicapped Accessibility: The building provides five
means of egress at grade level, of which three appear to be
accessible routes. Restrooms 110, 111, and 118 do not appear
to meet all current ADA standards. rating: 4.2.
Equipment & Furnishings
E2010 Casework: The cabinetry in each space appears to be
original to the building, is in good condition, but does not allow
wheelchair access to sinks. composite rating: 4.8.
E2010 Millwork: The millwork service desks in public spaces
appear to be original to the building, are designed adequately,
however, a portable self-check unit blocks wheelchair access to
the Circulation Desk. composite rating: 5.0.
E2020 Furnishings: In general, the furnishings in many spaces
appear to be those originally installed when the building opened,
and are in good condition. Some wood reader chairs need to be
re-finished. composite rating: 4.9.
E2020 Equipment: In general, the equipment in many spaces
appears to be those originally installed when the building
opened and is in good condition. composite rating: 5.0.
E2020 Signage: There is a comprehensive interior signage
program implemented at the South Mandarin Library, although
there is a comprehensive program for the JPL system as a
whole, but additional merchandising is needed. The exterior
Appendix SOM: Current Facilities/Future Needs South Mandarin Branch Library page A.SOM.6 Mechanical System Description
The facility is served by two chilled water air handling units
(AHUs). Supply air diffusers are linear slot type and 24-inch by
24-inch louvered face. The ceiling cavity above the space is
used as a return air plenum.
Plumbing System
D2020 Domestic Water Distribution: Copper piping is utilized
throughout the building. Water pressure appears adequate for
the building. rating: 5.0.
D2020 Domestic Water Heater: The facility is equipped with
one 20-gallon electric water heater A O Smith model Del 20 102
located in the Janitor closet 134. Staff Room has an undercounter tank-less electric water heater. rating: 5.0.
D2030 Sanitary Collection: Piping is a combination of PVC
and cast iron. rating: 5.0.
D2040 Storm Water Collection: Metal scuppers and aluminum
downspouts are provided for roof drainage, but additional
capacity appears warranted due to roof leaks. rating: 4.3.
Air Conditioning System
D3030 Chillers: The facility is equipped with one air-cooled
chiller, Trane model RTAA-110. The unit is in good condition.
D3030 Chilled Water Pumps: The facility is equipped with two
chilled water pumps model BVN 184TTD, both in good
condition. rating: 5.0.
D3040 Air Handling Equipment: The two chilled water air
handling units are AHU-1, a Trane M Series Climate Changer
model MCC B040 – a multi-zone system, and AHU-2, a Trane
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model MCCB030 – a variable air volume (VAV) system. The
units are original to the building and in excellent condition.
rating: 5.0.
equipped with one double-compartment stainless steel sink and
spigot, all in good condition. Janitor closet 134 is equipped with
one floor-mounted ceramic mop sink, in good condition.
composite rating: 5.0.
D3040 HVAC Distribution Systems: All heating, ventilating,
and air conditioning (HVAC) systems are ducted supply and
plenum return. The multi-zone system has electric reheat in the
ductwork. The VAV system has electric heat in the boxes.
rating: 5.0.
Heating System
The facility is heated by duct mounted heaters within the multizone AHU-1 and by electric heat within the VAV boxes fed by
AHU-2.
D3040 Ventilation/Exhaust Fans: The facility has two exhaust
fans in good condition. Temperature readings were adequate.
The space was comfortable during the assessment. composite
rating: 5.0.
D3040 Diffusers: Supply air diffusers are linear slot type and
24-inch by 24-inch louvered faced. During the assessment, air
devices were dirty and dusty, with potential mold at more than
one location. composite rating: 4.9.
Automatic Temperature Controls
D3060 Local Automatic Temperature Control: Thermostats
control temperatures the building. composite rating: 5.0.
D3060 Automated HVAC Controls: Direct digital controls
(DDC) installed in the units are by Johnson Controls. rating: 5.0.
Fire Protection System
Interior Mechanical Items
D4010 Fire Protection Sprinklers: The only fire protection
system in the facility serves Book Drop room 107. rating: 0.0.
These items were surveyed and rated on a room-by-room basis,
and include composite ratings for all rooms in the entire building.
Electrical System Description
D2010 Plumbing Fixtures: There are five restrooms in the
building. Restroom 110, Restroom 111, and Restroom 118 each
have one wall-mounted water closet and wall-mounted lavatory.
Men's Restroom 132 has two counter-mounted lavatories, one
wall-mounted lavatory, two wall-mounted water closets, and two
wall-mounted urinals. Women's Restroom 133 has three
counter-mounted lavatories, five wall-mounted water closets,
and one wall-mounted lavatory. All fixtures are ceramic, appear
to be ADA compliant, and in good condition.
There are two stainless steel drinking fountains in Corridor 131,
mounted at different heights. Both appear to be in good
condition. Staff Room 106 and Staff Workroom 108 are each
Appendix SOM: Current Facilities/Future Needs South Mandarin Branch Library page A.SOM.7 The normal electrical power distribution system consists of one
800 amp (A) main breaker, 480/277 volt (V), 3-phase, 4-wire
main distribution panel, one 480/277V, 3-phase, 4-wire panel,
two transformers, and two 120/208V, 3-phase, 4-wire branch
circuit panels, located in the electrical room. The main
distribution panel feeds transformers “T1”, “T2”, panel “LL and
HVAC loads. Transformer “T1” feeds panel “R1”. Transformer
“T2” feeds panel “R2”. Lighting is automatically controlled. The
building has a lightning protection system.
D5010 Service Equipment: All of the equipment is in good
condition. There is no evidence that feeders need to be
replaced. rating: 5.0.
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D5010 Power Distribution Panels: Branch panels are in good
condition. There are a few spare breakers to handle additions or
renovations. rating: 5.0.
D5040 Fire Alarm: This building has a fire alarm system with
voice evacuation capabilities. No deficiencies were noted.
composite rating: 5.0.
D5020 Lighting & Branch Wiring: There is no evidence that
branch circuits, and other conductors need to be replaced.
rating: 5.0.
D5040 Emergency/Egress Lighting: The emergency/egress
lighting system for the facility is comprised of battery ballasts
providing power to one or more lamps within selected light
fixtures spaced throughout the building. No deficiencies were
noted. composite rating: 5. 0.
D5040 Emergency Power: The building does not have an
emergency generator. rating: 0.0.
Interior Electrical Items
These items were surveyed and rated on a room-by-room basis,
and include composite ratings for all rooms in the entire building.
D5020 Receptacles: Computers and other loads in the reading
and computer areas are fed through a combination of floor- and
wall-mounted receptacles. composite rating: 5.0.
D5020 Lighting: Two-foot by four-foot parabolic fluorescent
fixtures are the primary source of illumination in the reading
areas. Suspended linear direct/indirect fluorescent fixtures light
the stack areas. Lighting levels are adequate across the Library.
Interior lighting is in good condition. composite rating: 5.0.
D5030 Data Infrastructure: Data infrastructure is managed
from floor-mounted racks in the Communications Room 116.
The room is sized adequately for future expansion. No
deficiencies were noted. The air-conditioning of the room is
adequate. composite rating: 5.0.
D5030 Public Address System: The facility has a public
address system. There is no evidence of deficiencies.
composite rating 4.0.
D5030 Security Alarm System: This building has a security
system. There is no evidence of deficiencies. composite rating:
5.0.
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The following are systems that are either good practice in library
facility design or would be required by current building codes if a
renovation or expansion were to be undertaken. They do not
presently exist in the building, so it is suggested they be added.
Handicapped Accessibility: Provisions are adequate to
access the building, and essential facilities within, but some
additional requirements are applicable. Toilet room
configuration and egress are accessibility issues.
Exiting: Provisions are adequate, so no additional
requirements are applicable to this facility.
Install Fire Protection: A limited fire protection system is
provided, but should be installed throughout the building.
Install Emergency Power: No emergency generator or other
operational back-up power supply is provided, but should be
installed throughout the building.
Construction Cost Impacts
The building-wide survey includes the identification of issues
that may impact the cost of expansion. Examples of these
issues include the degree of difficulty of construction on the site,
the current state of the local economy, how renovation will
impact the operations of a facility, etcetera.
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Location: The site is on a main thoroughfare, and is in a good
location for the delivery of construction materials and labor.
Hazardous Materials: No asbestos or led paint is believed to
exist in the building or on the site.
Site Limitations: Land is available for future horizontal
expansion, but not for staging of construction, so such
expansion would result in temporary loss of parking spaces.
Costs to Retrofit Existing Building Systems
Construction Difficulty: No apparent limitations exist to
additional construction at the site. Given no evidence of
settlement, sub-surface conditions may be stable. However, a
geotechnical analysis of the soil should be conducted prior to
any expansion of the facility.
Phasing: Future horizontal additions could be constructed, but
not without impact to the existing operations and/or parking. It is
conceivable that an on-site addition could be completed without
requiring the Library to relocate to another building, but such a
phasing plan would not be advisable.
Table A.SOM.4 provides the unit costs of the various retrofit
projects. The unit prices apply to either the overall gross area of
the building (bgsf), or net assignable square footage (nasf), as
appropriate, to develop the cost for system retrofits.
Analysis. The total cost to retrofit the building systems is
$150,598, or $5.99 per square foot. When excluding the cost for
new furniture and equipment of $22,480, the total cost to retrofit
the building systems is reduced to $128,118. Most of the
systems affected would be made more energy efficient, and/or
fully code compliant – improving the life safety of the facility –
and limiting operational costs to the City of Jacksonville.
Historic Issues: The building is not located within a historic
district.
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Table A. SOM.4
Retrofit of Existing Building Systems, South Mandarin Branch Library
uniformat
code
construction element
rating
A1010 Foundations
5.0
B1010 Floor slabs
5.0
B1020 Superstructure
5.0
B2010 Exterior walls
4.9
B2020 Exterior windows
4.9
B2030 Exterior doors
5.0
B3010 Roofing
4.2
C1020 Interior doors & hardware
4.8
C2010 Stairs/ramps/ladders
5.0
C3010 Wall finishes
5.0
C3020 Floor finishes
5.0
C3030 Ceiling finishes
4.9
D2010 Plumbing fixtures
5.0
D2020 Domestic water distribution
5.0
D2020 Domestic water heaters
5.0
D2030 Sanitary collection
5.0
D2040 Storm water collection
4.3
D3030 Compressors/condensers
5.0
D3040 Air handling equipment
5.0
D3040 HVAC ductwork
5.0
D3040 Ventilation
5.0
D3050 HVAC diffusers
4.9
D3060 Building temperature controls 5.0
D3060 Local temperature controls
5.0
D4010 Fire protection system
5.0
Appendix SOM: Current Facilities/Future Needs South Mandarin Branch Library page A.SOM.10 weight
factor
0%
0%
0%
2%
2%
0%
16%
4%
0%
0%
0%
2%
0%
0%
0%
0%
14%
0%
0%
0%
0%
2%
0%
0%
0%
square
footage
25,132 bgsf
25,132 bgsf
25,132 bgsf
25,132 bgsf
25,132 bgsf
25,132 bgsf
25,132 bgsf
21,665 nasf
25,132 bgsf
21,665 nasf
21,665 nasf
21,665 nasf
21,665 nasf
25,132 bgsf
25,132 bgsf
25,132 bgsf
25,132 bgsf
25,132 bgsf
25,132 bgsf
21,665 nasf
21,665 nasf
21,665 nasf
21,665 nasf
21,665 nasf
25,132 bgsf
unit
cost
$5.22
2.65
12.45
9.55
8.11
4.85
6.89
3.15
7.55
3.33
3.15
3.28
2.50
1.72
0.25
1.15
1.77
2.05
7.10
4.25
2.03
1.21
3.15
0.48
3.90
total
cost
$0
0
0
4,800
4,076
0
27,706
2,730
0
0
0
1,421
0
0
0
0
6,228
0
0
0
0
524
0
0
0
comments
clean moss growth from walls
clean moss growth from glass
repair roof leak(s)
replace electric lock at select doors
repair damage from roof leak(s)
increase overflow capacity
clean dirty air grilles
Library Capacity Plan Jacksonville Public Library Godfrey’s Associates, Inc. SOUTH MANDARIN BRANCH LIBRARY
Existing Facility Assessment
Table A. SOM.4 (continued)
Retrofit of Existing Building Systems, South Mandarin Branch Library
uniformat
weight
square
unit
total
code
construction element
rating factor
footage
cost
cost comments
D5010 Electrical service equipment
5.0
0%
25,132 bgsf
$1.97
$0
D5010 Distribution panels
5.0
0%
25,132 bgsf
3.43
0
D5010 Branch power distribution
5.0
0%
25,132 bgsf
2.30
0
D5020 Lighting fixtures
5.0
0%
21,665 nasf
3.50
0
D5020 Emergency lighting
5.0
0%
21,665 nasf
0.90
0
D5020 Convenience receptacles
5.0
0%
21,665 nasf
2.90
0
D5030 Data infrastructure
5.0
0%
25,132 bgsf
3.77
0
D5030 Public address system
5.0
0%
21,665 nasf
1.55
0
D5030 Building security alarm system 5.0
0%
25,132 bgsf
1.10
0
D5040 Fire alarm system
5.0
0%
25,132 bgsf
1.75
0
D5040 Emergency power
0.0 100%
25,132 bgsf
1.66 41,719 install new system
E2010 Casework
4.8
4%
21,665 nasf
1.96
1,699 modify sink cabinets for wheelchairs
E2010 Millwork
5.0
0%
21,665 nasf
6.26
0
E2020 Furniture
4.9
2%
21,665 nasf
15.34
6,647 refinish select wood chairs
E2020 Equipment
5.0
0%
21,665 nasf
8.22
0
E2020 Signage
5.0
0%
25,132 bgsf
4.50 15,833 add merchandising signage
G2010 Roadways
5.0
0%
25,132 bgsf
2.12
0
G2020 Parking Lots
3.9
22%
25,132 bgsf
2.97 16,421 re-stripe entire lot
G2030 Pedestrian Paving
4.0
20%
25,132 bgsf
0.86
4,323 extend concrete for egress
G2040 Site Development
4.8
4%
25,132 bgsf
2.42
2,433 add bike rack capacity
G2050 Landscaping
4.7
6%
25,132 bgsf
2.83
4,267 trim back over-growth at exterior sign
G3000 Site Utilities
5.0
0%
25,132 bgsf
1.44
0
Z1010 Handicapped access
4.2
16%
25,132 bgsf
2.43
9,771 address egress
Overall facility rating
4.83
Total Retrofit Cost
$150,598 $5.99 per square foot
Percentage of new construction
3.4% Furniture & Equipment
22,480 price includes Signage
Total Cost w/out FF&E
128,118
Appendix SOM: Current Facilities/Future Needs South Mandarin Branch Library page A.SOM.11 Library Capacity Plan Jacksonville Public Library Godfrey’s Associates, Inc. BOOKDROP
107
ELECTRICAL RM.
114
RESTRM
110
STOR
117
DELIVERY/
STAFF ENTRANCE
139
RESTRM
111
MECHANICAL
115
REF
SUPPLY/STORAGE
112
STAFF
WORKROOM
108
M
JANITORIAL SUPPLY
113
STAFF ROOM
106
MECHANICAL RM
105
KITCHEN
103
COMM. ROOM
116
RESTROOM
118
STORAGE
104
CHILDREN'S
LIBRARIAN
121
ASSIST.
LIBRARIAN
122
REF
BRANCH
LIBRARIAN
123
MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM
101
CHILDREN'S
SERV. DESK
CIRCULATION SERVICES
124
CHILDREN'S SERVICES
119
TUTOR
RM.
125
STUDY
RM.
126
STUDY
RM.
127
STORAGE
102
BOOK
DROP
LOBBY
100
ENTRANCE
PORTICO
109
REFERENCE
DESK
CORRIDOR
131
CONFERENCE
ROOM
129
MEN'S
RESTROOM
132
ADULT
SERVICES
128
JANITOR
134
A/V ROOM
138
EWC-1
EWC-2
WOMEN'S
RESTROOM
133
TUTOR RM.
130
STOR
136
YOUNG ADULT
SERVICES
137
ELECTRONIC
CLASSROOM
135
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