Stadium Complex Improvements


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Stadium Complex Improvements

Van Vleck Independent School District \\ Van Vleck, Texas \\ Schematic Design Presentation

FEBRUARY 26, 2018 ARCHITECTURE \\ ENGINEERING \\ PLANNING \\ TECHNOLOGY \\ FACILITY CONSULTING

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STADIUM COMPLEX IMPROVEMENTS Van Vleck Independent School District

SCHEMATIC DESIGN PRESENTATION February 26, 2018

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Board of Trustees

Mr. Tony Kucera............................................................................................................................... President Mr. Kurtis Brown...................................................................................................................... Vice President Mr. Terry Evans................................................................................................................................Secretary Mr. Terry Blackmon................................................................................................................. Board Member Mr. Donnie O’Connell............................................................................................................. Board Member Ms. Bobbie Oncken................................................................................................................ Board Member Mr. Kevin Ward....................................................................................................................... Board Member

Administration

Mr. John R. O’Brien.............................................................................................. Superintendent of Schools Mrs. Gayle Blackmon........................................................................... Assistant Superintendent of Finance Mrs. Christie Dement.......................................Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum & Federal Programs

Design Meetings Attendees

Mr. John R. O’Brien.............................................................................................. Superintendent of Schools Mr. Brandon Hood........................................................................................................ High School Principal Mr. Robert Blackmon.............................................................................................................Athletic Director Mr. Justin Taylor...........................................................................................................................PE/Athletics Mr. Paul Benien.................................................................................................................................Athletics Mr. Bill McGonagle............................................................................................................................Athletics Mr. Kurtis Brown................................................................................................................................Athletics Mr. Louis Ryman...........................................................................................................................Operations Mr. John Hoffman......................................................................................................................... Parent IPA Mr. Randy Keys........................................................................................................................................... IT

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

The PBK Team wishes to express our sincere appreciation to the Board of Trustees and the Van Vleck ISD Administration and Staff for allowing our firm the opportunity to be involved in the Stadium Complex Improvements Project for the Van Vleck Independent School District.

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We also extend our utmost gratitude to the individuals who have attended numerous meetings and provided vital information during the design process. Their input and assistance has been most valuable to the success of this very important project.

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Juan Lopez Trey Schneider, P.E Partner \\ President Principal

Manny Torres Principal

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Eric Martin Project Executive

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Architectural Drawings & Images

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Building System Narratives

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Project Schedule & Bond Allocation

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Appendix

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Project Summary

PROJECT SUMMARY

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PROJECT SUMMARY Introduction The information presented herein represents the Schematic Design Phase for the proposed “Stadium Complex Improvements” project for Van Vleck Independent School District. The project is one of multiple projects approved as part of the November 2017 Bond Referendum. The design developed during this phase of the project will serve as the basis for developing the final drawings for approval, bidding and eventually construction of the project. Through a series of meetings that included the Superintendent, District Administrators, Staff, Coaches and others several design options were developed, vetted and reviewed for the development of a preferred proposed design. The process included vetting the program as it was approved in the Bond Referendum as well as an alternate design option for a Concessions/Restrooms Building that will be continued to be vetted during the Construction Document and Bidding Phase for possible consideration.

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PROJECT SUMMARY The bond approved project includes various improvements to the Stadium Complex:

New Press Box The new press box will be include designated areas for home and visitor coaches, radio announcers, officials, media and a film deck. The press box is designed for a maximum sixteen (16) stations.

New Bleachers The existing home side bleachers will be replaced with a new aluminum bleacher system. The new bleachers will be designed to maximize spectator sight lines to the play field as well as the running track. The existing 1,200 seating capacity will be replaced with a more spacious, yet efficient, layout of the same capacity. The new system will provide a deeper row depth than the existing bleachers and allow for the installation of chair back seating in the future at the District’s discretion. The bleacher system improvements include all necessary sidewalk, ramps and lighting as required.

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Re-surface Running Track Included in the project is the complete re-surfacing of the existing running track, including all necessary repairs to the sub-base. New Football Field Lighting The project includes the complete replacement of the existing lighting system with new sports lighting and poles. The system is designed to provide adequate lighting to the football field and running track. Restroom Building Renovation The project includes the complete renovation of the existing restrooms that currently serve the Home Side bleachers. The renovation to include replacement of all plumbing fixtures, update all finishes, update the mechanical ventilation and all necessary improvements to be compliant with handicap accessible codes. Alternate - New Concessions/Restroom Building The project includes an alternate design option for the construction of a new concessions/restroom building in lieu of renovating the existing building. The estimated cost impact will be vetted through the construction document phase for the District’s consideration. Practice Fields The project will also include the construction of two practice football fields originally planned as part of the New High School project. The fields are to be located on the northeast side of the stadium.

Miscellaneous Improvements Other work included in the project include replacement of the site fencing, a powered access gate, technology improvements, security cameras and intercom system to support the new bleachers and press box.

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ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS & IMAGES

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AERIALS

Existing Overall Aerial

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AERIALS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

New Bleachers New Pressbox Resurface Running Track New Lighting Renovated Restrooms Alternate: New Conc. / RR Building New Perimeter Fencing New Practice Fields Future Tennis Courts

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Proposed Master Plan Aerial

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FLOOR PLANS

New Bleachers Plan

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FLOOR PLANS

Under Bleachers Plan

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ELEVATIONS

BURL McKINNEY STADIUM

Bleacher & Press Box Front Elevation

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ELEVATIONS

BURL McKINNEY STADIUM

Enlarged Bleachers & Press Box Rear Elevation

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ELEVATIONS

Bleachers & Press Box Side Elevation

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SECTIONS

Bleachers & Press Box Section at Vomitory

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FLOOR PLANS

Existing Restroom Demo Plan

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FLOOR PLANS

Restroom Renovation Plan

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FLOOR PLANS

Press Box Floor Plan 500 SF

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RENDERINGS

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RENDERINGS

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RENDERINGS

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FLOOR PLANS

MEN’S RESTROOM F-105 370 SF

ELEC. F-104 49 SF

JANITOR F-103 45 SF

F-105

WOMEN’S RESTROOM F-100 388 SF

CONCESSION F-101 429 SF

FAMILY RESTROOM R-102 63 SF

CONCESSION

FIELD/TRACK

Alternate - New Restroom/Concession Building Floor Plan (1,760 SF) VAN VLECK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT

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BUILDING SYSTEM NARRATIVES

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BUILDING SYSTEM NARRATIVES GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA: A. Code Requirements: The building is being designed to comply with: 01 2015 International Building Code 02 International Plumbing Code, 2015 Edition 03 International Mechanical Code, 2015 Edition 04 National Electrical Code (NEC) 05 2015 International Energy Conservation Code 06 2012 Texas Accessibility Standards (TAS) B.

Structural System: 01 The following buildings are planned: a new single story concession building, a new pre-engineered press box, and other potential miscellaneous site items. The new concession building will consist of a drilled pier supported foundation with either a slab-on-grade or a structurally suspended slab as determined by the owners designated geotechnical representative, TBD. The concession building is planned to be single wythe load bearing cmu, 8” nominal width with #6 vertical reinforcing at 24” on center max. The roof is planned to be pre-engineered cold-form roof trusses at 2’-0” or 4’-0” oc. The spacing of the trusses will be determined based on the roof decking selected. If a plywood only-type roof deck is selected the trusses will likely be placed at 2’-0” oc. If a standard Vulcraft B-Deck is used we anticipate the roof truss spacing to be 4’-0” on center max. The roof of the concession building is anticipated to be a formed metal panel roof as determined by the architect. 02

All structural components will be capable of withstanding all dead loads, code required live loads and code required lateral loads. The lateral load resisting systems of the buildings will consist of non-composite floor and roof diaphragms spanning between steel concentrically braced frames and/or ordinary reinforced masonry shear walls.

03 Building Materials a. Concrete:

CONCRETE APPLICATION



28 DAY STRENGTH

MAX CURED DENSITY

FLY ASH PER-CENTAGE

Piers

3,000 psi

150

50

Grade Beams

3,000 psi

150

30

Columns

3,000 psi

150

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Beams

3,000 psi

150

30

Walls

3,000 psi

150

30

Slabs on Void Forms

3,000 psi

150

20

Slab for Equipment Pads

4,000 psi

150

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Slab-on-Grade

4,000 psi

150

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Concrete Unit Masonry:

MASONRY MATERIAL

COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH

ASTM SPECIFICATION

CMU (Lightweight)

1,900 psi (min)

C90, Type II

Mortar

1,800 psi (min)

C270, Type S

Grout

2,000 psi (min)

C476

4,000 psi (max)

C476

1,500 psi (min)

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Masonry

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Reinforcement (Reinforcing Steel): ASTM A615, Grade 60 for bars #6 and smaller ASTM A615, Grade 75 for bars #7 and larger



Structural Steel:

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STRUCTURAL STEEL TYPE

YIELD STRESS, Fy

TENSILE STRESS, Fu

ASTM SPECIFICATION

Wide Flange Shapes

50 ksi

65 ksi

A992

Hollow Structural Sectionsa

46 ksi

58 ksi

A500, Grade B

Pipes

35 ksi

61 ksi

A53 Type E, Grade B

Angles

36 ksi

58 ksi

A36

Channels

36 ksi

58 ksi

A36

Plates

36 ksi

58 ksi

A36

50 ksi

65 ksi

A572, GRADE 50

Bars

36 ksi

58 ksi

A36

Boltsb

92 ksi

120 ksi

A325

Anchor Rodsd

36 ksi

58 ksi

F1554, Grade 36

55 ksi

75 ksi

F1554, Grade 55

105 ksi

125 ksi

F1554, Grade 105

Shear-Stud Connectorsb

50 ksi

65 ksi

A108c

Raised-Pattern Floor Plate

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A786, Commercial Grade

Notes: a. Includes Rectangular and Square Sections b. ¾-inch Diameter Minimum c. Grade Designations 1010 to 1020 Inclusive d. Headed Bolts or Rods with Plate Washers

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Design Criteria a. Building Code: International Building Code (IBC), 2012 Edition, with all local amendments. b. Roof Live Load: 20 psf (Unreducible per Factory Mutual) c. Floor Live Loads (reduced only if allowed by the Building Code): (i) General 100 psf (ii) Light Storage 125 psf (iii) Electrical / Mechanical 150 psf (iv) Stairs and Exit Ways 100 psf d. Dead Loads (in addition to the framing and slab/deck self-weight): (i) Typical Ceiling / Mechanical / Misc. 10 psf e. Wind Design Data (for use in determination of design wind pressures): (i) Wind Speed: 153 mph (3-secnd gust) (ii) Exposure Category: C (iii) Occupancy Category: III (Public Hazard, Non-Healthcare) (iv) Importance Factor: 1.0 f. Wind Design Data (for use in determination of Wind Borne Debris Region): (i) Wind Speed: 144 mph (3-secnd gust) (ii) Exposure Category: C (iii) Occupancy Category: III (Public Hazard, Non-Healthcare ) (iv) Importance Factor: 1.0 (v) Impact Glazing and Windborne Debris required: YES g. Seismic Design Data: (i) Occupancy Category III (Public Hazard) (ii) Importance Factor: 1.25 (iii) Soil Site Class: C (iv) Mapped Spectral Response, Ss: 0.114 g (v) Mapped Spectral Response, S1: 0.050 g (vi) Short-period spectral response, SDS: 0.121 g (vii) Long-period spectral response, SD1: 0.079 g (viii) Seismic Design Category: A (ix) Response Modification Factor, R: 3.0 (Typical, Unless noted otherwise) (x) System Overstrength Factor, Ω0: 3.0 (Typical, Unless noted otherwise) (xxi) Design Procedure: Equivalent Lateral Force Procedure (xxii) Seismic Force-Resisting System: Combination of Steel Systems not specifically detailed for Seismic Resistance and Ordinary ReinVAN VLECK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT

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forced Masonry Shear Walls. h. Deflection Limits (i) Roof Members - Live Load Maximum Allowable Deflection L/360 - Total Load Maximum Allowable Deflection L/240 (ii) Floor Members - Live Load Maximum Allowable Deflection L/360 - Total Load Maximum Allowable Deflection L/240 (iii) Members Supporting Masonry - Total Load Maximum Allowable Deflection L/600 or 3/8-inch (iv) Building Frame - Maximum Allowable Story Drift H/400 (Total Building Height)

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Geotechnical Report: a. A geotechnical report has not yet been produced for this project and therefore, the notes and assumptions for this issuance has been solely based on our experience in the region and what is anticipated based on the building type and loading.

06 Foundation: a. The existing soils are TBD. b. The foundation of the new concession will consist of the following elements: (i) TBD - Exterior piers below the perimeter and interior load bearing and non-load bearing walls are TBD. - Interior piers below building columns are TBD. (ii) The foundation support for the first floor ground floor is TBD based on information from the owners designated Geotechnical Engineer. - A vapor retarder shall be placed immediately below the slabon-grade areas. - Elevator pits shall be suspended on piers. (iii) Exterior building stoops, ramps and stairs are TBD. (iv) All load bearing CMU walls will bear on concrete grade beams supported by belled piers. (v) Heavy equipment such as HVAC equipment and generators shall

BUILDING SYSTEM NARRATIVES be supported on individual pads or mats on grade.

07 Superstructure: a. The superstructure of the new concession building will consist of the following elements: (i) The building roof will be cold-form trusses bearing on load bearing cmu walls. Trusses will be spaced at either 2’-0” oc or 4’-0” oc based on the selection of the roof decking. Plywood decking will result in trusses spaced at 2’-0” oc, while metal roof decking such as B-Deck will result in truss spacing of 4’-0” oc. (ii) The “above grade” perimeter walls shall be load-bearing cmu and will be reinforced with #6 verticals at 24” oc with (2) #4 continuous bars in bond beams at 8’-0” oc max vertically and at the top of the wall. (iii) Portions of the roof structure may be designed to withstand HVAC equipment weights. (iv) The lateral load resisting system of the building will consist of a plywood or metal deck roof diaphragm over cold-form trusses that transmits the loads to the perimeter cmu load bearing shear walls (not specifically detailed for seismic resistance). b.

The superstructure of the new press box building will consist of the following elements: (i) The building is planned to be a pre-engineered roof system with steel perimeter framing with z-purlin type purlins. The spacing of the purlins will be based on the roof decking selected. It is anticipated that a formed metal panel type roof deck is planned for this press box. (ii) The “above grade” perimeter walls are anticipated to be metal panel over wall girts or open air with no architectural cladding. (iii) Portions of the roof structure may be designed to withstand HVAC equipment weights. (iv) The lateral load resisting system of the building is assumed to be noncomposite floor and roof diaphragms which transmit lateral loads to ordinary steel braced frames or steel moment frames (not specifically detailed for seismic resistance).

DIVISION 03 – CONCRETE: A. Foundations. 01 The foundations for the building will consist of reinforced drilled piers (straight shaft or under reamed). The building will be elevated as required by the civil engineer on engineered select fill per the geotechnical report. Slab-on-grade to be a minimum of 5” inch with stiffener beams as needed below interior concrete masonry unit partition walls. Exterior perimeter walls and any interior load bearing walls to be supported by grade beams (14”w X 24”d) with drilled piers below. Concrete will have a 28-day strength of 3000 PSI and reinforcement steel will be ASTM A615 Grade 60. DIVISION 04 – MASONRY: A.

Exterior Wall System - Concessions/Restroom Building: 01 King size and utility size face brick or split face concrete masonry unit veneer to match adjacent future campus buildings with concrete masonry unit backup including continuous rigid insulation over fluid applied air barrier in wall cavity. 02 1” insulated glazing system with ½” air gap set in aluminum frames (tinted). 03 High density, severe weathering, calcium silicate masonry units and split face concrete masonry units.

DIVISION 05 – METALS: A.

Superstructure: Floor Framing 01 Floor framing will be slab-on-grade construction, foundation type to be determined based on recommendations in the future geotechnical report.

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Superstructure: Roof Framing 01 Roof framing supports will be Pre-engineered cold-formed metal frame trusses on load bearing CMU walls, typically spaced at 2’-0” on center. Perimeter roof edge and leave structure will be extensions of the pre-engineered trusses.

DIVISION 07 – THERMAL AND MOISTURE PROTECTION: A.

Roof System: 01 Sloped Roof Assembly: SCHEMATIC DESIGN PRESENTATION

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BUILDING SYSTEM NARRATIVES a. b. c. d. e.

Load bearing exterior CMU Walls Pre-Engineered metal trusses spanning between load bearing walls Roof deck attached to steel bar joists. Pre-finished standing seam metal roof panels with rigid insulation as required. The complete roofing system will carry a 20 year (no dollar limit) manufacturer’s warranty.

DIVISION 08 – DOORS AND WINDOWS: A.

Door Frames and Window Frames: 01 Exterior - painted hollow metal frames. 02 Interior - painted hollow metal frames and aluminum frames.

B. Doors/Windows: 01 Exterior doors - hollow metal, galvanized and painted. C. Hardware: 01 Typical exterior - stainless steel panic hardware with door closers. 02 Typical interior - satin finish, stainless steel mortise locksets with closers on restroom doors and main entry doors. 03 All hardware to meet applicable codes, windstorm requirements, Owner standards and master keying system. D. Glazing: 01 Exterior windows - 1-5/16” insulated, impact resistant glazing set in aluminum frames (tinted). Window frame and glazing to meet applicable codes and windstorm requirements. Glass types to meet energy code. Basic wind speed 120 mph (three second gust). Concealed fastener joinery for smooth monolithic appearance. 02 Press box curtainwall system with ribbon sight lines. DIVISION 09 – FINISHES: A.

Interior Partitions: 01 Press box. 02 Concessions/Restroom Building: VAN VLECK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT

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Concrete masonry unit (CMU) partitions, epoxy painted. 4” and 6” wrath as required.

B. Flooring: 01 Press box - Minimum 28 ounce solution dyed nylon, vinyl-backed carpet directly adhered to slab with factory applied adhesive. 02 Geo-Tile walk-off mats at all exterior doors, except mechanical. 03 Mechanical, custodial and support spaces - exposed concrete with sealer. 04 Restrooms & Concessions – exposed concrete with sealer. C. Base: 01 Typical - 4” resilient cove base. All areas. D.

Wall Finishes: 01 Field house & press box areas (except restrooms and corridors) - Painted gypsum board, or painted concrete masonry units. 02 Corridors - painted gypsum board and masonry or exposed brick veneer or other abuse resistant materials.

E. Ceilings: 01 Typical - 2’ x 2’ suspended moisture and sag resistant acoustical ceiling with aluminum cap grid. 02 Mechanical Rooms - exposed structure. 03 Electrical Rooms – 5/8” moisture resistant gypsum board ceiling, painted. 04 Restrooms - 5/8” moisture resistant gypsum board ceiling (painted) with access panels. 05 Concession - washable, vinyl faced, 2’ x 2’ suspended ceiling. DIVISION 10 – SPECIALTIES:

A. Graphics: 01 Room identification plaques - exterior grade aluminum, designed to meet ADA requirements. 02 Exterior building graphics – cast aluminum letters. 03 Site signage and wayfinding – aluminum post and panel with Kynar painted information. 04 Bronze dedication plaque.

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Interior building graphics – painted vinyl and cast. Press box logo - cast aluminum logo, full color.

B. Specialties: 01 Restroom partitions - solid plastic phenolic core panels floor mounted with aluminum hardware and supports. 02 Toilet Accessories: a. Tissue holders - one at each water closet. Contractor furnished and installed. b. Towel dispensers - at every lavatory/sink. Contractor furnished and installed. c. Soap dispensers - per every two lavatories and every sink. Owner furnished and contractor installed. d. Mirrors - one above each lavatory. Contractor furnished and installed. e. Grab bars for handicapped restrooms. Contractor furnished and installed. 03 Markerboards - porcelain on steel with multimedia finish, particle board core, and aluminum tray and trim. 04 Flagpole - twenty-five (25) feet tall clear anodized aluminum with concrete base and pulley system. 05 Projection screens as required, ceiling mounted, electric. 06 Louvers -aluminum finish with factory applied Kynar 500 paint. 07 Industrial Metal Shelving – custodial and storage rooms. DIVISION 11 – EQUIPMENT: A. Equipment: 01 Food Service Equipment – Relocate and re-use existing equipment where possible. 02 Residential Appliances – Manufacturer’s top line series of each type of equipment selected. 03 Outdoor Athletic Equipment – Appropriate Football, Track and Field Event equipment as necessary. DIVISION 12 – FURNISHINGS: A. Furnishings: 01 Casework – Stainless steel covered countertops at concession stand, Plastic

laminate covered interiors, exteriors and countertops, with metal pulls, heavy duty hardware and slides. DIVISION 13 – SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION: A.

Bleachers & Grandstands 01 The grandstands will be pre-engineered structural steel frame manufactured systems compliant with all of the design criteria listed above and as required by code.

DIVISION 21 – FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM: Site A. Fire Protection Systems: 01 Buildings on site are not sprinkled. Concession A. Fire Protection Systems: 01 Buildings on site are not sprinkled. The new facilities will not be sprinkled. Press Box A. Fire Protection Systems: 01 Buildings on site are not sprinkled. The new facilities will not be sprinkled. DIVISION 22 – PLUMBING: Site A. Plumbing Systems: 01 Domestic water: a. A new water supply will be provided to the facilities on site. New piping to be type “K” copper. Schedule 80 PVC shall be used for piping 2.5” or larger. System will include zone valves to facilitate service. 02 Sanitary, Waste and Vent: a. A complete system of ductile iron, hub-less piping to be provided for the facilities. b. All hub less couplings to be heavy-duty, neoprene shield and stainless steel clamp-and-shield assemblies.

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BUILDING SYSTEM NARRATIVES Concession A. Plumbing Systems: 01 Domestic water: a. A new water supply will be provided to the facilities on site. New piping to be type “L” copper piping above slab and type “K” copper below slab. Schedule 80 PVC shall be used for piping 2.5” or larger. System will include zone valves to facilitate service. b. Hot water in the concession is to be provided by a water heater located in a space c. All plumbing fixtures to be standard wall-mounted institutional type. 02 Sanitary, Waste and Vent: a. A complete system of ductile iron, hub-less piping to be provided. b. All hub less couplings to be heavy-duty, neoprene shield and stainless steel clamp-and-shield assemblies. Press Box A. Plumbing Systems: 01 No plumbing systems are anticipated for the Press Box. DIVISION 23 – HEATING VENTILATING AND AIR CONDITIONING: Site A. Mechanical System: 01 No mechanical systems Concession A. Mechanical System: 01 Outdoor Design Conditions a. Winter DB: 20 degrees F b. Summer DB: 96 degrees F c. Summer WB: 80 degrees F d. Summer Daily Range (Outdoor-Indoor) 20° F 02 Indoor Design Conditions a. Summer DB: 74 degrees F b. Summer RH%: 55-60% c. Winter DB: 70 degrees F 03 Cooling System: VAN VLECK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT

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The Concession shall be cooled and heated utilizing mini split type air conditioning units. The Concession will have its own temperature sensor. The units shall have factory installed controller with a BACnet interface for BAS control. b. The Toilet Rooms will be ventilated only. 04 Building Automation and Energy Management: a. The system shall be WEB based and incorporate BACnet direct digital control for energy management, equipment monitoring and control. Press Box A. Mechanical System: 01 Outdoor Design Conditions a. Winter DB: 20 degrees F b. Summer DB: 96 degrees F c. Summer WB: 80 degrees F d. Summer Daily Range (Outdoor-Indoor) 20° F 02 Indoor Design Conditions a. Summer DB: 74 degrees F b. Summer RH%: 55-60% c. Winter DB: 70 degrees F 03 Cooling System: a. The Press Box shall be cooled and heated utilizing mini split type air conditioning units. The Concession will have its own temperature sensor. The units shall have factory installed controller with a BACnet interface for BAS control. 04 Building Automation and Energy Management: a. The system shall be WEB based and incorporate BACnet direct digital control for energy management, equipment monitoring and control. DIVISION 26 – ELECTRICAL: Site A. Modify existing electrical service to provide power to site, concession and press box. 01 Point of power distribution shall be below press box, located under the bleachers. 02 Proposed new service shall be 600 amps at 480v, 3 Phase, 4 wire. a. Acceptable Manufacturers: GE, Square D, and Cutler Hammer.

BUILDING SYSTEM NARRATIVES B.

Sports Lighting 01 Musco Lighting to provide LED pole lights for sports field (quantity 4). 02 Security and Egress lighting to be provided. 03 New building automation integrated lighting controls for sports lighting. 04 Track and Field to be included in lighting distribution.

Concession A. New LED lighting and controls. B. New 480/277v panel board 01. 100 amp main breaker C.

New 30kVA transformer

D.

New 208/120v. panel board 01. 100 amp main breaker

Press Box A. New electrical power feed located at ground level beneath the press box to serve power up to press box. 01. Provide transformer and disconnect for power to pre-manufactured press box. DIVISION 27 – COMMUNICATIONS: Site A. Technical Cabling System: 01 No site cable backbone with main campus. 02 The on-site communications cable will be installed as part of the sound and scoreboard systems B. Public Address System, Security Cameras, Intrusion Detection, Access Control: 01 Reuse existing public address system. 02 Provide new security camera system. Concession A. Technical Cabling System: 01 No cabling required within the Concession building.

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Public Address System, Security Cameras, Intrusion Detection, Access Control: 01 Provide new security camera system and intrusion detection system.

Press Box A. Technical Cabling System: 01 In the Press Box, provide a complete and tested cable distribution system for data interconnections (Local Area Network). The data distribution system shall include fully terminated unshielded twisted pair cables Cat 6, fiber optic cabling, raceways, conduit, UTP termination devices, data communications outlets, wireless access points, fiber enclosures, patch panels, patch cables, network rack, and other incidental and miscellaneous premises wiring and system hardware as required for a complete system. B. Public Address System, Security Cameras, Intrusion Detection, Access Control: 01 Reuse existing public address system. 02 Reuse existing scoreboard system. 03 Provide new security camera system, intrusion detection system, and access control systems. DIVISION 28 – ELECTRONIC SAFETY AND SECURITY: Site A. Fire Alarm System: 01 For the site provide a fire alarm system. The main panel shall be installed in the Press Box. A. The new system will include Voice Evacuation for the Bleachers Concession A. Fire Alarm System: 01 For the concession area provide a fire alarm system. 02 The new system will be with pull, and smoke and heat detectors. Press Box A. Fire Alarm System: 01 For the Press Box provide a fire alarm system. The main panel shall be installed in the Press Box. SCHEMATIC DESIGN PRESENTATION

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The new system will include Voice Evacuation. The new system will be with pull, and smoke and heat detectors.

DIVISION 31 – EARTHWORK: A.

Site Improvements: 01 Earthwork under building areas - strip 6” of topsoil, treat subgrade in accordance with soil engineer’s recommendations and place required amount of select fill compacted to 95% of Standard Proctor Density. All earthwork recommendations will be per soil engineers report. 02 Earthwork under paving areas – Subgrade cut and fill as required for drainage; stabilized subgrade in accordance with the soils engineer’s recommendations will be compacted to a minimum of 95% of Standard Proctor Density. 03 Site drainage - Subsurface storm sewer system with catch basins at paving areas. 04 All utilities will be routed underground; with exception to service delivery requirements by utility providers. 05 Parking areas - 5” thick reinforced concrete paving with 6” concrete curbs. 06 Drives - 7” thick concrete with reinforcing steel. Bus drives shall be 7” thick reinforced concrete pavement with 6” concrete curbs. 07 Walks – 4 ½” thick concrete with #3 bars at 18” O.C.E.W. 08 Landscaping for the site will consist of trees, shrubs, and grass areas as approved by City of League City per their landscaping requirements. 09 Walls at service yard shall be face brick with concrete block backup.

DIVISION 32 – EXTERIOR IMPROVEMENTS: A.

Exterior Amenities 01 Waste Receptacles 02 Benches 03 Sports Field – Perforated subdrainage shall connect to on-site drainage system. Field will consist of rubber/sand infilled synthetic turf system. 04 Track - resurface existing 8 lane - 400 meter track and field events with a 13mm sealed structural spray system. There will be an allowance to make repairs to the existing asphalt track base as necessary, the extents of which shall be determined after an inspection of the base following removal of the existing track surface. VAN VLECK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT

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Practice Fields - Provide two (2) new natural turf practice fields with new irrigation and six (6) of sand based rootzone topped by Tif-419 big roll solid sod. There will be a perforated pipe subdrainage system with 8” round surface drains connected to the existing on-site drainage system. Fencing - Provide 0’ black PVC coated chainlink fencing around the track perimeter and at the entrance to the facility. There shall also be a 6’ galvanized security chainlink fencing around the perimeter of the athletic complex.

PROJECT SCHEDULE & BOND ALLOCATION

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PROJECT SCHEDULE Project Schedule for Package 1 – New Bleachers & Press Box

Project Schedule for Package 2 – Restroom/Concession Building, Track Resurfacing, & Practice Fields Package

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BOND ALLOCATION

Bond Allocation

STADIUM COMPLEX IMPROVEMENT: Net Construction Cost............................................................................................................. $2,094,750.00 Contingency Allowance.............................................................................................................. $150,000.00 Subtotal............................................................................................................. $2,244,750.00 Soft Costs: (18.8%).................................................................................................................... $422,013.00 (AE fees, surveys, permitting, furniture, equipment, printing, material testing, etc.)

TOTAL PROJECT BUDGET:............................................................................. $2,666,763.00

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APPENDIX

5

MEETING MINUTES

11 Greenway Plaza, 22nd Floor Houston, Texas 77046 USA Phone: 713.965.0608 Fax: 713.961.4571

MEETING MINUTES Date:

January 15, 2018

Date of Meeting:

January 12, 2018

Place of Meeting:

Van Vleck Elementary School Multi-purpose Room

Time of Meeting:

8:30am

Subject:

Kickoff Meeting - Stadium Design

Project:

Stadium Complex Improvements

Present:

Randy Keys, IT VVISD Kurtis Brown John Hoffman, Parent IPA Brandon Hood, Principal VVHS Robert Blackmon, AD Paul Benien, Coach Justin Taylor, Coach Bill McGonagle Louis Ryman, Operations Manny Torres, PBK Sports Ron Bailey, PBK Mike Mandola, PBK Todd Hanger, PBK

.

Distribution:

Submitted By:

All Attendees Trey Schneider, PBK Sports Juan Lopez, PBK Sports Trace Cryer, PBK Sports Kenneth Jurado, PBK Sports Don Richards, PBK Sports John Kubala, AGE Manny Torres, PBK Sports

The Purpose of the meeting was to introduce the PBK sports team and review all Bond approved items. Track: 1. The bond calls for resurfacing the track. 2. PBK Sports will provide options and samples of track resurfacing products for the District’s review and approval. “Beynon” has been discussed as a preferred product line. 3. The current track is 7-lanes. The Bond includes resurfacing but not expanding to include an additional lane. The configuration of the Visitor bleachers will prohibit adding an additional lane. B:\17\17399SP\Div2 - Design\2b Conf Notes Design Spec Data\2018.01.12 Meeting

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4. The existing track surface will be removed down to the asphalt base. Any damage to the asphalt base will be repaired. 5. VVISD prefers a 5’0” fence surrounding the track to avoid leaning on the top rail and result in wear and tear. PBK Sports recommended studying the impact of 5’0” versus typical 4’0” fence on sight lines. 6. The perimeter fence shall contain gates to accommodate access from the stands and gates to allow equipment/mower access to fields. 7. The stadium complex perimeter fence to remain 6’0” tall. VVISD prefers wrought iron fence on the Home Side entry and the NW side. Vinyl coated chain link fencing will also be considered as budget allows. Bleachers & Press Box (Home Side): 1. The existing concrete bleachers will be demolished and replaced with new aluminum bleachers (1,200 seat capacity). 2. The bleachers will be elevated 4’0” above grade to maximize sight lines. 3. The bleachers to contain a center section with approximately 5 to 7 rows of chair seating. PBK Sports will develop options for review. 4. The new bleachers can be located further west than the existing bleacher as needed. 5. An area for the Band and Drill Team will be provided on each end of the bleachers. Consider a 2-row width platform at the front row of each section. 6. The old score board currently displayed at the front of the stadium is to be salvaged and reinstalled on the new bleachers. 7. The Bond calls for a 1,200 SF pre-engineered Press Box. Preliminary program to include: a. Elevator to access Press Box. b. Film room/deck c. Radio Room (2 stations) d. Coaches Room (4 stations) e. Visitor Coaches Room (4 stations) f. Officials Room (2 stations) g. Press Room (2 stations) h. Kitchenette i. Restrooms 8. PBK Sports to study option for 500 SF max Press Box to delete requirement for elevator. A 10’ and 12” width Press Box will be studied. 9. Fiber will be required to extend from Press Box to the Score Board. More details to be discussed with PBK Engineers. 10. The Coaches Room to have operable windows. 11. The Coaches communication system is currently wireless. 12. Provide fenced off areas under bleachers for storage. Fencing in this are to contain privacy slats to conceal storage. 13. The Bond contains one motorized security gate at Home Side.

3. The new existing system will require additional security lighting to light the bleachers. 4. Placement of the poles will be studied to allow future expansions of bleachers.

Schedule: 1. PBK Sports presented schedule template with all necessary activity. 2. Critical dates were reviewed to allow development of schedule. a. Track season to extend thru May 15, 2018. b. Graduation to be help in the Stadium on May 31, 2018. c. Project to be Substantially Completed by August 1, 2018. 3. PBK sports will present schedule in detail at next meeting. Options for Review: PBK Sports will develop two options for review: 1. Option A: a. 500SF Press Box b. No elevator c. New Restroom/Concession Building 2. Option B: a. 1,200 SF Press Box b. Elevator c. Renovated restroom buildings (Home & Visitor Side) Next Meeting: 1. Next meeting is scheduled for Friday, January 26, 2018 at 8:30am The preceding summation is our interpretation of the items discussed at the referenced meeting. Any persons desiring to add to or otherwise correct the minutes are requested to put their comments in writing to the project manager on or before the next meeting. Otherwise, the minutes will stand as written.

____________________________ Manny Torres Principal || PBK Sports

END OF MINUTES

Restroom Building: 1. The Bond calls for complete renovation of the existing restroom building. 2. PBK Sports will perform a comprehensive code analyzing to determine the number of plumbing fixture count will need to be approved by the local jurisdiction having authority. Lighting: 1. The existing right poles will be replaced. 2. The new system to be 4 pole system. B:\_Sports Group\_PROJECT FILES\Miscellaneous - SPORTS\Van Vleck ISD\Meeting _01.12.18

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SCHEMATIC DESIGN PRESENTATION

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MEETING MINUTES

11 Greenway Plaza, 22nd Floor Houston, Texas 77046 USA Phone: 713.965.0608 Fax: 713.961.4571

Existing Concession/Restroom Building:

MEETING MINUTES Date:

2/1/2018

Date of Meeting:

1/26/2018

Place of Meeting:

Van Vleck Administration Building

Time of Meeting:

8:30 AM

Subject:

Design Review Meeting

Project:

Van Vleck ISD - Football Complex Renovation

Present:

John O’Brien, Superintendent Brandon Hood, Principal VVHS Robert Blackmon, AD Kurtis Brown Paul Benien, Coach Justin Taylor, Coach Bill McGonagle Manny Torres, PBK Sports Eric Martin, PBK Sports Tyler Townsend, PBK Sports Mike Mandola, PBK Todd Hanger, PBK

Distribution:

1. The concession counters are currently used for storage. 2. VVISD prefers the new building options over the renovation options, if the budget allows. New Building Options: 1. Option 1 (one restroom for Men, one restroom for Women) is the preferred option. 2. VVISD doesn’t have a strong preference regarding restrooms on the same side or separate. 3. Both options reflect half-capacity plumbing fixture counts. Bleachers: 1. Reduce the 7 rows of chairbacks to 5. Possibly add more rows in the future. 2. PBK to also add chairbacks for ADA access on the front 2 rows 3. VVISD has sight line concerns for the first few rows due to people walking in the front aisle. a. PBK proposed accelerated stairs above the initial bleacher platform to remedy this. VVISD likes this option. 4. Options for separating the band seating will be studied. Press Box Program: 1. The film deck will be shared and needs to stay at the 50 yard line. Space for 2 cameras is preferred. 2. PBK to provide visitor coaches’ office. 3. VVISD prefers separate space for Home/Visitor radio booth (happens approx. 2 games per season)

All Attendees Trey Schneider, PBK Sports Juan Lopez, PBK Sports Trace Cryer, PBK Sports Don Richards, PBK Sports Ron Bailey, PBK John Kubala, AGE

Project No.:

17399SP

Submitted By:

Eric Martin, PBK Sports

3. Option 3 (West corner of the building) – This option was rejected. 4. Option 4 (not in the presentation) was proposed in the NE corner. Not preferred.

Schedule: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Construction on the restroom building begin sooner than June 1st. The June 1 bleacher start date cannot change. The first home game of the season is September 7th. Track meets continue through May. The District requested a budget cost for replacing the natural turf field with a synthetic turf surface for a future consideration.

Other Items Discussed: 1. Coaches requesting Bermuda grass and irrigation at new practice fields 2. The extra concession building is used as storage. 3. Practice fields will be issued as part of the stadium improvements project. The preceding summation is our interpretation of the items discussed at the referenced meeting. Any persons desiring to add to or otherwise correct the minutes are requested to put their comments in writing to the project manager on or before the next meeting. Otherwise, the minutes will stand as written.

Eric Martin, AIA Project Executive / Architect || PBK Sports END OF MINUTES

1200 SF Option: 1. PBK discussed this option is atypically large for the amount of seats in the bleachers. 2. Although it meets the initial bond scope, VVISD concluded that the larger press box could be reduced to 500sf and meet the Districts needs adequately. 500 SF Option: 1. This is the preferred option. VVISD concluded that this size should be adequate.

Discussion: 1. The current stadium seats approximately 1200 on home side and 1000 on visitor side. 2. PBK to discuss with Matagorda County and Water Council about fixture count requirements. 3. The Visitor Restroom is closed down do to safety issues. Alternate Concession/Restroom Building Locations Discussed: 1. Option 1 (at track end, northwest of site) - too close to the road a. If chosen, PBK to ensure this option doesn’t interfere with scoreboard. 2. Option 2 (at track end, southeast end of site) – VVISD’s preference (doesn’t interfere with the scoreboard)

VAN VLECK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT

Track Surfacing: 1. 2. 3. 4.

The current track has the minimum padding provided. The structural spray specification is what was originally included in the Bond estimate. The “sandwich” specification will be evaluated as an option should the budget allow it. The District holds about 4 meets a year.

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MEETING MINUTES

11 Greenway Plaza, 22nd Floor Houston, Texas 77046 USA Phone: 713.965.0608 Fax: 713.961.4571

Option 2: 1. Option 2 will exceed the current allotted budget.

MEETING MINUTES Date:

2/9/2018

Date of Meeting:

2/8/2018

Place of Meeting:

Van Vleck ISD Administration Building

Time of Meeting:

9:30 AM

Subject:

Design Review Meeting #3

Project:

Van Vleck ISD - Football Complex Renovation

Present:

John O’Brien, Superintendent Brandon Hood, Principal VVHS Robert Blackmon, AD Paul Benien, Coach Justin Taylor, Coach Randy Kays, IT Larry Bookout, Drymalla Rusty Klaus, Drymalla Manny Torres, PBK Sports Eric Martin, PBK Sports Tyler Townsend, PBK Sports

Distribution:

All Attendees Trey Schneider, PBK Sports Juan Lopez, PBK Sports Trace Cryer, PBK Sports Don Richards, PBK Sports Ron Bailey, PBK John Kubala, AGE

Project No.:

17399SP

Submitted By:

Eric Martin, PBK Sports

Existing Building Renovation: 1. VVISD thinks the current fixture amount is adequate for the stadium. PBK asked about complaints, and VV replied “not to their knowledge”. 2. If the existing restrooms are renovated, the visitor’s restroom will also need to be renovated. 3. Van Vleck ISD requested new roof, roll down doors at the concession windows, and stainless counter tops (if the budget allows). 4. The restrooms will be ventilated—no need for A/C. There is currently an A/C unit located next to the building servicing the concession stand only. a. This A/C unit was recently replaced. PBK will re-use this if possible. 5. Drymalla suggests sealed concrete and painted CMU for budget purposes. PBK stated that this is in line with the design intent. 6. VVISD is requesting a conditioned IT room. They are okay with reducing concession storage. VVISD provided PBK with a list of equipment currently in the Restroom Building and Press Box.

Option 3: 1. Option 3 will exceed the current allotted budget. 2. VVISD asked about another new building option, smaller (approx. 1500 SF) and with further reduced fixture counts (whatever budget will allow). 3. This smaller building would still be located behind the southeast end zone. 4. PBK proposed a ten foot thickened sidewalk for fire truck access to the concession stand from the parking lot. 5. There are flag poles/memorial located near the proposed location of the building. PBK will consider this as the design develops and relocate if needed. PEMB Option:

2. A sprinkler system needs to be included with the field construction. There is concern about the water pressure of the pipes surrounding the field. 3. Current proposed shot put is aiming towards the competition field. Shot put and discus need to throw towards the practice fields per VVISD Schedule: 1. The practice field needs 90 days minimum for growth of new grass. VVISD proposed a possible donation of the grass. The funding for the practice field is coming out of the HS budget. 2. The bleacher package needs to be released by mid-March, or earlier. 3. PBK will present to the district for board approval on February 26th. 4. VVISD will need to use existing concession/restroom building for the upcoming season. 5. If possible, provide new lights before the start of the season. The preceding summation is our interpretation of the items discussed at the referenced meeting. Any persons desiring to add to or otherwise correct the minutes are requested to put their comments in writing to the project manager on or before the next meeting. Otherwise, the minutes will stand as written.

1. PBK discussed the look of a pre-engineered metal restroom building. VVISD prefers a masonry building for aesthetic reasons, but is open to the idea if budget requires. Bleacher Layout 1: 1. VVISD had a concern about the distance from the edge of the bleachers to the parking lot. Bleacher Layout 2: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

This layout is the preferred option. VVISD likes the accelerated stair option. Remove all seat back per request of VVISD. All seats to be bench seats. PBK to provide under bleacher plan laying out concrete egress path and gravel areas. Provide fencing under bleachers to provide secure maintenance access.

Eric Martin, AIA Project Executive / Architect || PBK Sports END OF MINUTES

Press Box Program: 1. 2. 3. 4.

The visitor radio room can be combined with the P/A, clock, and Officials’ room. Remove the wall separating the visitor radio and the officials. The home coaches’ office could be reduced to 4 seats if needed. Operable windows are requested for the press box.

Fencing: 1. Six foot galvanized chain-link topped with barbed wire to be placed around the practice field. A 20 foot offset is suggested around the field. VVISD requesting a separation fence between visitor bleachers and the practice field. 2. Six foot vinyl coated chain-link to be placed around and inside the stadium. Practice Fields: 1. Two full size practice fields to be provided. B:\17\17399SP\Div2 - Design\2b Conf Notes Design Spec Data\2018.02.08 Meeting

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PBK

11 Greenway Plaza 22nd Floor Houston, Texas 77046 1-800-938-7272 PBK.com

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