City Hall

Executive Summary 2009

6 East 6th Street

Description: Exterior is brick.  Interior is sheetrock and metal studs.  154 feet long and 82 feet high.  36,000 sq. ft.

Year Constructed: Dedicated August 23, 1980

City Hall Building

Current Appraised Value: $5,872,950.00 ($2,260,240.00 Land, $3,612,710.00 improvements)

Condition Report: City Hall is in good overall condition.  The slate roof needs attention to prevent deterioration of the structure.

Completed Improvements

1997

  • Remodeled planning offices, incorporating the Mayors office, $24,600.00
  • Waterproofing and tuck-pointing the exterior of City Hall, $47,000.00

1999

  • Replaced the rooftop units, installed DDC control system, upgraded the electrical system to support improvements to the HVAC system
  • Replaced roof with white reflective membrane, $62,709.00., Boone Brothers 12 yr. warranty
  • Restroom renovations on 3rd and 4th floor $51,280.00., B.A. Green construction
  • City commission room remodeled $52,032.00

2000

  • Remodeled Personnel Department on 2nd Floor, $38,000.00
  • Remodeled 1st and 2nd floor restrooms, $56,886.00
  • Phase 2 HVAC renovations:  VAV, ductwork and electrical upgrades for $256,282.00

2001

  • Remodeled ground floor restrooms, $32,051.00
  • Phase 3 HVAC renovations:  VAV, ductwork and electrical, including lighting upgrades for ground floor; electrical upgrades 2nd floor, $248,960.00

2002

  • Phase 4 A/C renovation/replacement of 1st floor VAV system including ductwork, installation of DDS controls, and extension of building electrical including lighting system to support changes, $153,900.00
  • Upgrade City Commission room lighting for an 80% reduction in energy consumption

2005

  • Phase 5 A/C renovation/replacement of 4th floor VAV system including ductwork, installation of DDC controls, extension of building electrical including lighting system to support changes, $320,000.00

2008

  • Started the installation of occupancy sensors in offices, restrooms and meeting rooms

Energy Conservation Efforts

  • Replaced roof top units, incorporated variable speed drives, multi-phase project, 1999-2004
  • Replaced pneumatic controls with computer operated system to give better control of energy usage, 2004
  • Replaced fluorescent F-40 lighting with electronic T-8 ballasts and bulbs
  • Replaced lighting in City Commission room with energy efficient lighting saving approximately 80 percent energy, 2003
  • Using recycled content carpet
  • Installed reflective material on windows, 2001
  • Set temperature controls for building at 68 in the winter and 78 in the summer
  • In the process of replacing operable windows in City Hall with weather double pane low E argon gas filled windows
  • Installing motion and infrared detectors for lighting controls
  • Set up recycling center on ground floor for:  white paper, mixed paper, newspapers, magazines, plastic, and glass

Needed Improvements

  • Replace or repair slate roof
  • Exterior windows need to be caulked and sealed
  • Auxiliary warm up heat for the City Commission room
  • Additional storage space

Needed Energy Efficiency Projects

  • Replacement of all windows
  • Replace atrium windows
  • Roller blinds in atrium

Energy Costs History

 

2007

2008

Gas

$1,497.53

$3,462.79

Sq. ft.

     00.04

     00.10

Electric

$52,698.62

$57,638.60

Sq. ft.

      01.46

      01.60

Heating degree days

6949

5770

Cooling degree days

1701

1173


Natural Gas Usage

 

Jan

Feb

Mar

April

May

June

July

Aug

Sept

Oct

Nov

Dec

2007

130

210

85

76

54

58

59

0

112

91

91

221

2008

236

548

536

340

97

71

51

51

63

113

164

797


Natural Gas Usage

 

Jan

Feb

Mar

April

May

June

July

Aug

Sept

Oct

Nov

Dec

2007

130

210

85

76

54

58

59

0

112

91

91

221

2008

236

548

536

340

97

71

51

51

63

113

164

797

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