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1 HICKMAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

2 2 Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District

3 CAMPUS DATA HICKMAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3114 Pinewood Dr., Garland, TX Facility # 133 Year Built 1975 No. of Buildings 1 No. of Portables 4 Approx. Total Square Footage Grades Served 68,650 Pre-K through 5th Current Enrollment 614 Approx. Capacity 658 Building Levels 1 Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 3

4 SITE PLAN 4 Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District

5 MASTER PLAN Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 5

6 MASTER PLAN COLOR LEGEND Administration Athletics Cafeteria/Kitchen Circulation Computer Lab Library Toilets/Support Spaces Resource Fine Arts 6 Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District

7 SITE - CIVIL GENERAL EXISTING SITE CONDITIONS AND DEFICIENCIES Overall vehicular paving condition: Good Overall sidewalk paving condition: Fair Pavement striping condition: Good Site Deficiencies: Excessive cracking along walk pavement leading to main entry into school. Pavement is in very poor condition. Curb ramps are missing at each side of the two drive approaches along Pine Ridge Drive, at the intersection of Pine Ridge Drive and Elm Ridge Lane, and at the two drive approaches along Elm Ridge Lane. Playgrounds west of school are not accessible due to the playground edging blocking the route. Playground southeast of school is not accessible due to not having an accessible walk to the school. Approximately 140 feet of sidewalk has a slope in excess of the ADA maximum or is in poor condition. Accessible parking space northwest of school is not accessible due to accessible route slope exceeding 5.0% at flume crossings along route to school. Door at northeast corner of school is not accessible due to sidewalk subsiding adjacent to door entry. Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 7

8 SITE - CIVIL Location Map 8 Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District

9 SITE - CIVIL Front parking lot and drive aisle pavement in good condition. Sidewalk exceeds 5.0% longitudinal slope at flume crossing(s). Front parking lot and drive aisle handicap crossing in good condition. Excessive cracking at entry sidewalk. Sidewalk exceeds 5.0% longitudinal slope. Playground area. Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 9

10 SITE - CIVIL Excessive sidewalk slope. West parking lot and drive aisle pavement in good condition. Sidewalk exceeds 5.0% longitudinal slope at flume crossing(s). Door not accessible due to sidewalk subsiding. 10 Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District

11 BUILDING CONDITION: EXTERIOR The building envelope is composed of exposed concrete with plaster soffits and painted steel windows. Overall, the exposed concrete appears to be in poor condition with instances of stains caused by moisture infiltration or improper drainage. Some areas show signs of repair. Several locations around the exterior have ponding water next to the structure, which should be diverted to drain away from the building. Control joints, sealants, and metal coping need attention. There are numerous cracking at corners of the foundation. All exterior windows are single pane glazing which do not maximize the building s energy efficiency. Plaster soffits show no signs of cracking, while the gutters have become inoperable due to their current condition. Many of the gutters are corroded through the surface and need replacement. Exterior doors are painted steel. The concrete walkway leading to the building is greatly damaged due to settlement issues. Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 11

12 BUILDING CONDITION: EXTERIOR Site Plan 12 Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District

13 BUILDING CONDITION: EXTERIOR Walkway leading to building exhibit has numerous cracks. Residue build up on walls. Typical control joint condition. Joints appear in satisfactory condition. View at entry of school. Typical window detail. Exterior doors leading to class rooms. Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 13

14 BUILDING CONDITION: EXTERIOR Hazardous handrail with no purpose. View of playground. Repaired precast. Window detail. Rust shown on gutters. General condition of all exterior lamps. 14 Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District

15 BUILDING CONDITION: EXTERIOR No barrier around park. Causing the area to be unsecure. Covered walkway does not connect to façade so as to allow in light from the exterior lamp. General view of façade at an entry. Control joints need sealant in areas. Dated single pane windows and painted steel mullions need to be replaced for better energy efficiency. General soffit condition. Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 15

16 BUILDING CONDITION: INTERIOR (DOOR AND HARDWARE) Interior doors consist of a mix of plastic laminate, metal and wooden stain doors. All exterior doors are painted steel. Whereas most of the plastic laminate doors are in good condition they are not in accordance with district standards. Door handles attached to the wooden stain doors are knobs and do not meet code compliance. They show heavy wear and worn finish. Panic hardware and door closers have missing components and need repair. Due to the configuration of the classrooms, interior doors may need panic hardware as determined by the occupancy load so as to be in accordance with building code. 16 Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District

17 BUILDING CONDITION: INTERIOR (DOOR AND HARDWARE) Floor Plan Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 17

18 BUILDING CONDITION: INTERIOR (DOOR AND HARDWARE) General condition of wood stained doors show damage towards to foot of the doors. Doors chipped along edges. Many show scraps going across the face of the wood stain doors. Doors may have dents and portions of its surface removed or extruding from the face which may prove hazardous. Random pattern of scratches exhibited on door surface. Top corner of doors show wear and tear. 18 Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District

19 BUILDING CONDITION: INTERIOR (DOOR AND HARDWARE) Door knobs are not HC compliant and are found on all interior wood stain or metal doors. Door levers are HC compliant and are generally found on all plastic laminate doors. Nickel finishes on pull handles of exterior doors are worn. Closers are dated and need repair. Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 19

20 BUILDING CONDITION: INTERIOR (INTERIOR FINISHES) Interior finishes are typically composed of carpet, VCT flooring, porcelain, gyp board, plaster or course aggregate concrete finishes. Ceiling systems consist of lay in ceiling systems and adhered ceiling tiles at vestibules. Lay in ceilings comprise of acoustical tiles that vary between 2x2 and 2x4 tiles. The latter generally show billowing and are not in accordance with the district standards. Several tiles show water damage from leakages. Corridors have painted vinyl wall covering with several instances of cracks and/or removal at edges. Ceramic wall tiles are found at water fountains and bathrooms. Instances of cracks and dents can be seen. Gypsum board walls lining the corridors and leading into classrooms show detachment at corners and ceilings, indicating hazardous foundation issues. Due to a previously implemented open classroom system, classrooms now have gypsum board barrier walls retrofitted to maintain privacy between classes however due to large gaps at ceilings sound is still propagated leaving very little privacy. Course aggregate concrete can be found at the atrium. This finish show stains along the base, and cracks with some patch work. Rolled carpet is used in the majority of instructional spaces, including the library. The carpet is in need of replacement due to unraveling at the seams, tears, and stains particularly at the classrooms. Plastic laminate casework is used throughout the facility. In most cases, the casework is satisfactory but some locations do have chipped or peeling laminate. 20 Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District

21 BUILDING CONDITION: INTERIOR (INTERIOR FINISHES) Floor Plan Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 21

22 BUILDING CONDITION: INTERIOR (INTERIOR FINISHES) Cracks running down along the painted vinyl wall covering. Detachment of wall systems due to foundation issues. Gypsum board walls at the perimeter of classrooms have gaps between top of wall and ceiling; Allowing sound to propagate. General view of entry into classrooms from shared common space. Walls show separated from columns. Wall cracks appearing in numerous locations. 22 Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District

23 BUILDING CONDITION: INTERIOR (INTERIOR FINISHES) Retrofitted walls do not extend beyond the ceiling system and in some areas cover HVAC vents/returns. Torn vinyl covering from structural issues. Wall plates are bent with edges extruding. Water damage to vinyl wall covering causing it to wrinkle. Area of major wall detachment from ceiling Area of major wall detachment from ceiling. Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 23

24 BUILDING CONDITION: INTERIOR (INTERIOR FINISHES) Structural issues causing painted CMU to crack along its joints. Ceiling tiles have cracks and missing covers to devices. Water damage to ceiling tiles. With possible buildup of mildew or mold. Roof leakage causing water damage. 2x4 ceiling tile systems are not in accordance with district standards. VCT floor reveal foundation issues with cracks that runs along the width of the corridors and extend to the walls. 24 Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District

25 BUILDING CONDITION: INTERIOR (INTERIOR FINISHES) Carpets have stains, are torn at the edges, and are unraveling at the seams. Course aggregate concrete floor finish look dated and require cleaning. View of the cafeteria. View of the library. View of clinic with very limited space. Atrium has course aggregate lining its surfaces. Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 25

26 BUILDING CONDITION: INTERIOR (RESTROOMS) Both faculty and student restrooms have full height or partial height wall tiles and tile flooring with either lay in or gypsum board ceilings. Tiles are mismatched and have cracks. Some rooms show rust caused by leaks from plumbing fixtures. Water closets are not HC compliant at student restrooms with a few requiring attention due to detachment from the wall. Lavatories at the restrooms are not compliant also, and do not provide the appropriate faucet hardware nor wrapped piping underneath. Plastic and stainless steel toilet accessories are in good condition, however those with the painted steel finish show rusting at edges. 26 Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District

27 BUILDING CONDITION: INTERIOR (RESTROOMS) Floor Plan Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 27

28 BUILDING CONDITION: INTERIOR (RESTROOMS) Student restroom accessible water closets are not HC compliant. Water closet showing detachment from wall. Toilet accessories and grab bars at accessible stall. Water closet seat are loose and do not align properly with bowl. Water closet showing detachment from wall. HC compliant lavatory in clinic. 28 Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District

29 BUILDING CONDITION: INTERIOR (RESTROOMS) Lavatories are not HC compliant; pipes should be wrapped or insulated. Tile wall in student restroom shows wear. Lavatories are not compliant; pipes should be wrapped or insulated and faucet hardware should be replaced. Tile has rust stains and shows water damage. Wall should be thoroughly cleaned and plumbing should be checked for leaks. Sinks exhibit rust at drains. Painted steel partitions have dents and scratches. Numerous instances of defacement to partition stalls. Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 29

30 BUILDING CONDITION: INTERIOR (RESTROOMS) Solid plastic stalls require cleaning and doors are warped in areas. Painted steel towel dispenser has rust at edges. Plastic paper towel dispenser. Painted steel trash receptacles have rust. Student urinals are not HC compliant. Porcelain flooring mismatched and have dents. 30 Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District

31 BUILDING CONDITION: INTERIOR (RESTROOMS) Gaps between wall systems and floor. Detachment of walls at corners. Walls do not extend beyond ceiling system. Water damage to ceiling tiles. Trim piece not properly secured to wall. 2x4 acoustical ceiling tiles are not in accordance with district standards. Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 31

32 BUILDING CONDITIONS - FINE ARTS / SCIENCE / ATHLETICS The gymnasium is in overall good condition. VCT flooring, CMU walls, and the ceiling do not indicate signs of damage or heavy wear. Athletic equipment including basketball goals are also in good condition however dated. The stage area is equipped with stage lighting and a foldable partition. There is minor damage at the bottom of the partition. Rolled carpet at the stage area and steps is heavily stained and should be replaced. The music classroom contains no acoustic wall panels and have general classroom configuration with plastic laminate builtins which are in fair condition. 32 Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District

33 BUILDING CONDITIONS - FINE ARTS / SCIENCE / ATHLETICS Floor Plan Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 33

34 BUILDING CONDITIONS - FINE ARTS / SCIENCE / ATHLETICS VCT flooring at gym slightly worn and are damaged in numerous locations. Overall view of gym. Gym ceiling have 2x4 ceilings that exhibit sagging. Basketball goals are in fair condition however slightly dated. CMU walls appear to be in satisfactory condition. Damaged flooring around water fountains. 34 Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District

35 BUILDING CONDITIONS - FINE ARTS / SCIENCE / ATHLETICS View of stage from cafetorium. Foldable partition at stage. Damaged surface on wood veneer wall covering. Detachment from wall of board. Carpet at stage steps is stained. Painted vinyl wall covering at stage peeling off. Wooden panel wall also have instances of cracks. Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 35

36 BUILDING CONDITIONS - FINE ARTS / SCIENCE / ATHLETICS Stained ceiling tile from water damage View of stage curtains. View of light fixture. No railing at stairs. Nor is there an HC accessible ramp. Music classroom. Plastic laminate built-ins are in satisfactory condition. 36 Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District

37 BUILDING CODE AND TAS Numerous violation of code occurs in this facility. Many door handles are knob types, which do not meet code requirements. Transaction counters at the library and at the main office both do not have a portion that meets compliance height. Water coolers do not provide the proper knee clearances for each bank of coolers. Student restroom water closet s rims are beyond the required height necessary for HC accessible for children. Also many HC stalls do not have the maneuvering clearance to access these stalls. Lavatories do not have proper knee clearance and paper towel fixtures are located too high for children. Sinks at casework units also do not have the required knee clearances or counter height and are not equipped with compliant faucet hardware. Cafeteria seating currently consists of built in seats integral with each table. Per code, there should also be a portion of seating that is provided for HC companion seats. Opening to rooms without doors create a security problem. The shared common spaces that lead to these rooms have doors with panic hardware but no rescue type hardware. This creates difficulty in the case of a lockdown. Finally, many fixtures (i.e. fire extinguishers, light switches etc.) are located beyond the required height limits. Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 37

38 BUILDING CODE AND TAS Floor Plan 38 Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District

39 BUILDING CODE AND TAS Levers are compliant. Typical condition. Door knobs are not compliant. Accessible ramp to library has a slope beyond the required limit. Open concept compromises security in cases of a lockdown or evacuation. Fixed seating at cafeteria doesn t provide HC compliant seating at tables. Typical condition; Student restroom water closet s rims are beyond the required height necessary for HC accessible for children. Also many HC stalls do not have the maneuvering clearance to access these stalls. Lavatories do not have proper knee clearance and paper towel fixtures are located too high for children. Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 39

40 BUILDING CODE AND TAS Opening to rooms without doors create a security problem. The shared common space leading to these rooms have doors with no rescue type hardware. Creating difficulty in the case of a lockdown. Fire extinguishers are located beyond the required height limits, along with many other fixture and receptacles. Cabinetry in area is not suitable for children due to its counter height being at 36. Minimal space in clinic requires a HC inaccessible configuration of beds. 40 Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District

41 TEA COMPLIANCE AND EDUCATIONAL ADEQUACY Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 41

42 TEA COMPLIANCE AND EDUCATIONAL ADEQUACY 42 Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District

43 TEA COMPLIANCE AND EDUCATIONAL ADEQUACY Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 43

44 TEA COMPLIANCE AND EDUCATIONAL ADEQUACY 44 Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District

45 TEA COMPLIANCE AND EDUCATIONAL ADEQUACY Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 45

46 TEA COMPLIANCE AND EDUCATIONAL ADEQUACY 46 Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District

47 ENGINEERING REPORT - MECHANICAL / ELECTRICAL / PLUMBING Mechanical Systems Information The mechanical system at Hickman Elementary School is comprised entirely of DX Gas rooftop units (RTUs). A total of fifty-two Trane DX Gas RTUs serve the facility in its entirety. These units were manufactured in 2007 and range in size from 2.75 to 15 nominal tons. They are in good condition and should have several years of useful life left. The MDF room is currently being served by a 2.5 ton Trane RTU that was installed in This unit is in moderate condition and may need to be replaced within the next five years. Electrical Systems Information The electrical system at Hickman Elementary School has undergone numerous renovations since the building first opened in Electrical distribution equipment typically has a 20 to 30 year useful life, after which, retrofitting, refurbishing or replacement is necessary to maintain a reliable electrical system. The most recent renovation took place in 2009, when four Cutler-Hammer panels and one transformer were installed. There is a single 480/277 service entry for the facility, with the main switchgear being located in Cafeteria Storeroom 39. It is a 1200 amp Square D MSB that is in acceptable condition. The four Cutler-Hammer panels that were installed in 2009 are located in Electrical Room C5. They are all in good condition and should have several years of useful life left. There are six Square D distribution panels located on the roof. These panels were installed at the same time as the MSB and are in acceptable condition. There are several panels and transformers throughout the facility that are in poor condition and are in need of replacing. HA, LA, HD, LD and LC are Federal Pacific panels that are original to the building. These panels, along with transformers LA and LD, are in poor condition and are at the end of their useful life. Panel Q is a General Electric unit that is located in Rm 39. It is in poor condition and should be replaced. Plumbing Systems Information A majority of the fixtures and plumbing are original to the building (1974). This being the case, there are several ADA compliancy issues throughout. Maintenance has reported a lack of isolation valves on site. Flush valves on toilets and urinals are a combination of Sloan and Zurn manufacturers, approximately half of which are low consumption units. A majority of the lavatory faucets throughout the facility are metered, and 4- person Bradley wash stations are utilized in many gang restrooms. The building s electric water coolers are a combination of Oasis and Halsey-Taylor units. There are two domestic water heaters on site, both of which are in good condition. WH-1 is a Lochinvar EWN model that is located in the kitchen janitorial closet. It is a gas fired unit that has a 100 gallon storage tank. WH-2 is a State Select unit that is located in Storage Room 122. It is a 10 gallon electric unit and should have several years of useful life left. Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 47

48 ENGINEERING REPORT - MECHANICAL / ELECTRICAL / PLUMBING Lighting Information Lighting was renovated in All ballasts are electronic and the standard fluorescent bulb size is T8 throughout the building. Gym lighting fixtures are T5HO high bay fluorescents. Exterior lighting is sufficient. Foyer lighting is in poor condition and needs to be upgraded. The facility does not have room occupancy sensors. Lighting in the rest of the building is in good condition throughout the facility. Maintenance has reported a need for motion sensor in the gymnasium. Fire Alarm Information The fire alarm panel is manufactured by Notifier. The model of the panel is AFP 640. The panel is addressable and was installed in The current tag status is blue and the panel was not reporting any warnings at the time of the visit. Fire Sprinkler System Information There is no fire sprinkler system in place at Hickman Elementary School. In order for this facility to be up to code, such a system should be installed. Energy Management System Information All 2007 RTUs were equipped with new DDC controls upon installation. The EMS system is in good condition and should have several years of useful life left. 48 Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District

49 ENGINEERING REPORT - ROOFING General Conditions The building exterior features pre-cast concrete panels. All roof areas were replaced in 1987 with an asphalt gravel surfaced Built-Up roof system. Roof areas terminate into perimeter walls formed by pre-cast concrete panels. Drainage is provided by interior drains along the perimeter walls in most locations except at the main, south side and kindergarten entrances where through wall scuppers are the featured drainage device. The structural deck is lightweight concrete at most areas. Tectum deck was found in the gym. Drainage/Slope Slope to perimeter drains is generally satisfactory. However, excessive ponding was observed in front of the scuppers around the kindergarten and main entrances. Leaves and debris were found around some drains. Roof Membrane The roof membrane appears to be in fair condition. No defects such as splits or blisters were found but there are a few areas where the felt membrane is exposed. Flashings Curb flashings are in satisfactory condition related to areas replaced in A/C unit curb flashings are in very good condition since most of the HVAC units have been replaced. Perimeter wall flashings are in relatively good condition for their age. Surfacing Gravel surfacing coverage is uniform except at some isolated locations and where the gravel was moved to search for the source of a leak. Sheet Metal Sheet metal components such as counter flashings installed around curb and along the top of base flashings are in satisfactory condition related to the 1987 roof replacement. Counter flashings for the new A/C curbs are in excellent condition. Miscellaneous A little debris was found on the roofs. Roof Performance A few leaks have been reported in the past in the vicinity of the front entrance and around some A/C units. Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 49

50 ENGINEERING REPORT - ROOFING Campus Recommendations 1. Resurface areas of gravel erosion. 2. Remove debris around the drains and in the field of the roof. 3. Ponding water in front of the main and kindergarten entrances will be resolved when the roof is replaced with additional drains or a tapered insulation design sloped to the scuppers. 4. Replace all roof areas in Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District

51 ENGINEERING REPORT - ROOFING Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 51

52 ENGINEERING REPORT - ROOFING General appearance and wall flashing. Cafeteria roof. Curb and counter flashing. Perimeter wall flashing and counter flashing. Large repair and ponding water above main entrance. Pipe supports. 52 Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District

53 ENGINEERING REPORT - ROOFING General appearance of east side. Scuppers above main entrance. Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 53

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55 ENGINEERING REPORT - STRUCTURAL The recommendations below are based on our Structural Team s review of the scans of existing documents available in Garland ISD Archives, interviews with Garland ISD Staff from the School Facilities Department and the Maintenance Department, and onsite visual surveys of representative areas that were accessible. As with any structural condition assessment, more detailed assessments can always be performed at an additional cost with more time and may lead to additional recommendations; recommendations for specific types of more detailed assessments are provided below. Specific data regarding structural descriptions and observations of current conditions is provided in the Engineering Report - Structural Appendix separately for each construction phase of each facility. Therefore, refer to the Engineering Report Structural Appendix for more detailed information on where the following recommendations apply. Further Study is recommended to confirm that there is not a vapor barrier under the slab. If this is the case, recommend any new flooring be systems which allow moisture to breathe through the system or systems that have sufficiently moisture-resistant adhesives if possible or removing and replacing the slab with a new slab over a new vapor barrier. Relevelling or replacement of all or some of the existing floor slab and possibly the perimeter grade beams/piers is recommended to address barriers to handicap accessibility and general tripping hazards due to significant foundation movement. Further Study is recommended to determine if there is sufficient lateral anchorage at the top of all exterior concrete panels that are parallel to roof joists. Installing lateral restraints may be recommended after further study. Further Study is recommended to determine if the concrete panels/non-load bearing CMU walls have cracked behind wall finishes. Repair of such cracks or retrofitting new structural components may be recommended. If any modifications to the concrete panels are desired, Special Analysis will be required and significant Architectural and Structural limitations may be required. Installing new bottom chord net uplift horizontal bridging angles along the ends of the steel joist is recommended when an opportunity presents itself such as a building remodel. Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 55

56 ENGINEERING REPORT - STRUCTURAL Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District

57 ENGINEERING REPORT - STRUCTURAL Evidence of differential foundation movement. Skewed wall/wall finishes. Separation at wall to ceiling intersection. Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 57

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59 FOOD SERVICE Serving counters have galv base - replace Holding cabinet - replace Work tables have galv frames - replace Pot sink needs 3 compartments - replace Prep sink have galv legs - repair/replace Dish tables have galv frames and landing is too high - replace Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 59

60 FOOD SERVICE Dishwasher is very old - replace Condensate hood is too short - replace Exhaust hood not code compliant - replace Walk in box joints coming apart 60 Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District

61 SECURITY Summary: This security assessment was performed on September 25, 2013 at Hickman Elementary School in Garland Texas. There was a brief interview with the campus principal Disa McEwen, however no campus personnel accompanied us with the walk through. General Statistics: The areas immediately surrounding the campus consist of densely packed single family residences and Bisby Public Park to the east. The roads bordering the campus are Pinewood Drive, Flagstone Drive, and Elm Ridge Lane. Staff parking is on the north and west of the campus. Parking spaces for administration are reserved and individually marked for each position. Entry into the campus is clearly marked with school zone signage, flashing lights, reduced speed signs and clearly marked crosswalk striping at the immediate entrance to the school. There are two drives into and out of the campus, the first is off of Elm Ridge Lane is a loop on the west of the campus which is not clearly marked for directional flow. The second is off of Pinewood Drive has a small loop in front of the campus. There are bike racks located to the northwest corner of the campus which are not observable by staff. Preparedness and Life Safety: Campus Evacuations, Lockdown Procedures and Drills o Students, faculty, and staff all practice the ISD s mandatory standard for fire drills, emergency lock down, and shelter in place for inclement weather. o It was indicated that the school practiced Reverse Evacuation drills for students outside of the building or interior area of the school. o Not all classrooms displayed the plans for emergency procedures at the entry to the classroom. Severe Weather o The campus has a functioning weather radio system which includes exterior mounted devices used for monitoring the weather. However, there were not enough exterior PA speakers on the school building for the announcements to be heard. Automated External Defibrillator AED o A map depicting the location of AEDs should be placed at all exterior doors, gymnasium, cafeterias, and entrance into the school. o There was one unit for the school, which was near the front office. o Not all faculty and staff are trained on the AED device. First Aid Kits o There was a first aid kit in the clinic, but not in the cafeteria or gymnasium. Student Pick-up and Drop-off o High visibility life safety attire was not worn by teachers/staff during pickup and drop-off times. Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 61

62 SECURITY Outer Perimeter: There is no physical separation between the campus and the park to east, and the alleyway to the south has a chain-link fence separating the campus grounds.. Building Exterior: The exterior lighting appears to be very limited on the property including the play areas and canopies leading to the portables. Future investment in adequate lighting may be required to support any future surveillance camera improvements. A noticeable amount of trash was observed on the playground to southeast. On the exterior glass outside of door #10 seemed to have some kind of splatter that dried. Graffiti was found on the exterior of walk-in cooler. There is no bollard protection around the dumpsters. There is space in between the walk-in cooler and the exterior of the building that can be shimmy up to gain roof access also there are also milk crates and wooden pallets that can be used to climb on top of walk-in cooler to gain access to the roof. Signs that vehicle burnouts are taking place in the parking lot to the west. A gate into the kinder playground area was open and unlocked at the time of walkthrough. Damage to the exterior wall next to door #17. There is damage to the Masonite kick panels on the portable buildings. The exterior lighting appears to be very limited on the property including the play areas and canopies leading to the portables. Future investment in adequate lighting may be required to support any future surveillance camera improvements. Doors and Vestibules: The main entry does not have a managed vestibule. All exterior doors are kept locked during the day except during pick up and drop off periods. This information is posted at the main entrance and campus website. There are complaints from staff that exterior Door #6 will not latch properly if debris gets into the door frame. Visitor Management: The main entry does utilize an existing intercom and surveillance camera system which is located on the exterior side of the entry. Visitors are required to press the intercom button near the front door to request entry. As visitors are identified, they are permitted to enter the office directly, which is to the right as you enter the main entry. The administrative staff indicated that the LED display on the Aiphone was dark and difficult to see the face of the person seeking entry. After entering the building there is no way to force visitors into the main office. The administrative staff indicated that they were diligent in intercepting visitors who bypass the office. The campus currently utilizes a Raptor based system for checking in visitors. 62 Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District

63 SECURITY Electronic Safety Security / Communications: Surveillance The campus has an existing surveillance system that monitors both the interior and exterior of the building. The majority of the cameras are installed inside the building at major entrances, all exit doors, and high traffic areas. o There is insufficient camera coverage around the general exterior of the building including all play areas, pick up and drop off points and delivery entrances. o Siting an issue with difficulty recognizing faces on camera, the administrative staff requested that either the distance between cameras be reduced so that there are more or that resolution of the camera be increased. o The exterior camera dome outside Door #5 showed some signs of vandalism. Intrusion There is an existing intrusion alarm system used on campus. Motion detection is used as the primary means of detection which is located at exits, computer labs, cafeteria, gymnasium, and main administrative area, but not in classrooms or at roof hatch locations. Access Control The existing access control system on campus consists of card readers at strategically located doors; main entry and choice keyed exterior doors. The access control system is not used to monitor the condition of the exterior doors during the day. Intercom The campus has an intercom system throughout the school which includes interior speakers and speakers installed around the exterior of the campus. Two Way Radios There were a limited number of handheld radios located on campus. o Radios were present in the main office, gymnasium, cafeteria and several select classrooms. o Not all personnel carried handheld radio at all times. o When talking to administrative staff, it was indicated that there weren t enough radios for teachers and key personnel. Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 63

64 SECURITY Building Condition: Exterior All the numbers used on the map above correspond to the photos on the following pages. 64 Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District

65 SECURITY Covered up graffiti on the walk-in cooler. Dumpsters that did not have bollards behind them. Space in between the walk-in cooler and exterior of building that can be used to shimmy onto the roof. Palettes that can be used as a ladder to gain access to the roof. Unprotected gas meter along Elm Ridge Lane. Open gate into kindergarten playground area, during class hours. Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 65

66 SECURITY Damage to exterior wall outside of kindergarten classrooms. Damage to lower panels and water buildup outside of portable buildings. Debris that can prevent door from closing securely. Side light covered up not allowing for natural surveillance. 66 Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District

67 SECURITY Building Condition: Interior E 1 H 1 G 1 F 1 A 1 B 1 C 1 D 1 The letters used on the map above correspond to the photos on the following pages. Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 67

68 SECURITY There were no doors on the library. During a lock down, the librarian and students had to take cover in a storage room across the corridor. The ceiling tiles in all bathrooms were lay in acoustical tiles that weren t coated or held down with wind clips. There was a considerable amount of exposed low voltage transformers and electrical conduit in the janitor s closet. The telephone circuits and associated wiring were exposed and next to a mop sink in the janitor s closet. Classrooms #140, #141, #142, and #143 had two exterior glass doors that were not alarmed or monitored on both the interior and exterior sides. There were 7 two-way radios that were not being utilized. 68 Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District

69 SECURITY There is a large planter in front of the main office that obstructs the view of the main entrance doors to high foliage and window glare. There were 7 Two-way Radios that were not being used or given to school staff. Facility Assessment Report, Garland Independent School District 69

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