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State of Nevada Corrections
NEVADA STATE PRISON SITE
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989
9989

NEVADA STATE PRISON SITE
BUILDING REPORT
The Nevada State Prison is located in Carson City, Nevada. It is one the oldest prisons still in operation in the
United States. In 1862, the Nevada State Legislature purchased the Warm Springs Hotel and 20 acres of land for the
prison. Stone was quarried at this location to construct the original building including other State buildings in
Carson City. There are currently 45 structures on the site. The site has parking for public as well as employees on
the northwest side of the main prison Gatehouse and Tower number 1.
PRIORITY CLASS 1 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 1 Projects:
Currently Critical
Immediate to Two Years

$30,000

Project Index #: 9989PLM2
4" BACKFLOW ASSEMBLY, VAULT, AND POWER
Construction
$25,000
State Health Law (NAC 445A.67185) and the International Plumbing Code (IPC Section 608) require backflow
prevention on water service connections to ensure that there are no unprotected connections between the supplies
of water, systems for the pumping, storage and treatment of water, and distribution system of the public water
system and any source of pollution can be discharged or drawn into the public water system as a result of back
siphonage or backpressure. This project would provide funding for installation of a 4" reduced pressure backflow
prevention assembly, required fittings, an above ground vault, and allowance for 200 feet of 1" conduit to provide
power for the required heat source inside the vault.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/07/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 9989SIT2
ENCLOSE TUNNEL BEHIND COTTAGE
Construction
$3,000
An old tunnel exists between the cottages and the prison yard. The prison yard side of the tunnel has been sealed
for security reasons. The west entrance outside the fence is not secured. The tunnel is not structurally safe and can
collapse without warning. The tunnel is the home of many snakes, spiders, insects, mice and rats. These items
pose a major safety hazard. This project would provide funding for sealed as closed to the entrance as possible.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/07/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 9989PLM1
WASTE LINE INVESTIGATION
Construction
$2,000
The sanitary wastewater system is showing signs of deterioration. Because of the deterioration, the system is not
working to its full potential. Some of the lines are original to the site and are in fair to poor condition and may have
collapsed. The passage of time and constant heavy use are contributing factors to problems that arise. Deposits
within the pipes, tree roots, and the settling of soil over time will cause them to be restricted or fail, which will slow
the flow of wastewater. This project would provide funding to allow a camera to be ran inside the sewer lines to
video the extent of damages. Future projects may result from the results of the test.
PRIORITY CLASS 2 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 2 Projects:
Necessary - Not Yet Critical
Two to Four Years

$64,000

Project Index #: 9989SIT4
REPLACE GATE
Construction
$24,000
There are three 16’ high motorize gates used at the prison. One is located near the Main Gate/Tower #1 and two are
located at Tower #2. The gates are problematic and are having difficulty opening and closing. When the gates are
inoperable this creates a security issues for the inmates and staff. This project would provide for the replacement of
the three motorized gate assemblies. The gates will be required to meet UL Standard 325, per NRS 405.270.
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Project Index #: 9989SIT3
REPLACE STAIRS TO CULINARY
Construction
$40,000
The exterior stairs that lead to the main entrance and culinary appears to be part of the original construction.
Deterioration, spalling and cracking has occurred, mainly from exposure to the weather and freeze / thaw conditions.
This project would provide funding for the removal and disposal of the old concrete and the installation of new
concrete steps. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/07/1999.
It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$435,699

Project Index #: 9989SIT1
REPAVE DAMAGED ASPHALT AND RESEAL ROADWAY
Construction
$435,699
Asphalt walkways have been constructed to many of the facilities, including the guard towers; most of these
walkways are in good condition. Some of the driveways and parking areas throughout the site have damage.
Numerous cracks, potholes, and general deterioration are present. Snow accumulations, frost and rain, etc. are
contributing factors. This is typical wear over time. It was noted that under the main parking lot a geo-thermal area
exists. This is the main cause of accelerated deterioration from heat rising through the road surface. The areas for
replacement are all non-foot traffic areas. The asphalt leading to the housing units will only need to be sealed.
An access road around the perimeter of the fence has been constructed. It is in good condition. For proper routine
maintenance it is recommended the entire roadway be resealed. This type of application will extend the life of the
asphalt.

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:

$30,000
$64,000
$435,699

Grand Total:

$529,699

11-Jul-06

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State of Nevada Corrections
SILVER STATE INDUSTRIES BUILDING
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
2574
Survey
4/25/2006

Site number: 9989

SILVER STATE INDUSTRIES BUILDING
BUILDING REPORT
The Silver State Industries building is a prefabricated metal storage building with a wood floor. It is used as storage
for the Hobby Craft Store. The structure is located on the northwest side of the prison outside of the fenced area.
PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$480

Project Index #: 2574LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$480
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

96
0
100 % Metal Siding
0
%
1
Basement? No
100 % S-2
0
%
Prefabricated Metal Building
V-N

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$0
$0
$480
$480

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

Page 3 of 104

$5.00
$2,000
$25
24%

State of Nevada Corrections
HOBBY CRAFT STORE
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
Survey
4/25/2006

Site number: 9989
2573

HOBBY CRAFT STORE
BUILDING REPORT
The Hobby Craft Store is a wood framed structure with painted masonite siding, asphalt composition roof on a
concrete foundation. The facility was used as a store to sell arts and crafts made by the inmates. At the time of the
survey, the store had been closed indefinitely by prison officials. The building is in good shape although it is not
PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$4,800

Project Index #: 2573LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$4,800
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
This also includes interior applied finishes such as paint, grout, caulking, etc. Special attention should be paid to
areas that are exposed to moisture.
BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

320
0
100 % Painted Masonite
0
%
1
Basement? No
100 % M
0
%
2"x4" wood frame construction, masonite siding
V-N

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$0
$0
$4,800
$4,800

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

Page 4 of 104

$15.00
$80,000
$250
6%

State of Nevada Corrections
PAINT BOOTH
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
Survey
4/25/2006

Site number: 9989
2572

PAINT BOOTH
BUILDING REPORT
The Paint Booth is a self-contained portable metal building designed for the painting of equipment and small
vehicles. The facility was not in use nor connected to utilities at the time of the survey. The building is in fair to
PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$500

Project Index #: 2572LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$500
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather proofing,
integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

280
0
100 % Metal Siding
0
%
1
Basement? No
100 % H-4
0
%
Portable Metal Building
I-FR

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$0
$0
$500
$500

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

Page 5 of 104

$1.79
$77,000
$275
1%

State of Nevada Corrections
BINDERY STORAGE SHED 1
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
Survey
4/25/2006

Site number: 9989
2571

BINDERY STORAGE SHED 1
BUILDING REPORT
The Bindery Storage Shed 1 is a prefabricated metal storage building located just east of the Bindery Building
inside the secured area of the prison. The small structure is used for the storage of equipment and materials used by
the Bindery. The metal roof appears to have leaked due to plastic covering the shed. The building is in fair shape.
PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$500

Project Index #: 2571LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$500
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather proofing,
integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does include everything that has to do with water proofing the building envelope including the roof,
painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for example, around all windows, flashing,
fixtures, sills, etc.
BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

100
0
100 % Metal Siding
0
%
1
Basement? No
100 % S-2
0
%
Prefabricated Metal Building
V-N

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$0
$0
$500
$500

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

Page 6 of 104

$5.00
$2,000
$25
25%

State of Nevada Corrections
BINDERY STORAGE SHED 2
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
Survey
4/25/2006

Site number: 9989
2570

BINDERY STORAGE SHED 2
BUILDING REPORT
The Bindery Storage Shed 2 is a prefabricated metal storage building located just east of the Bindery Building
inside the secured area of the prison. The small structure is used for the storage of equipment and materials used by
the Bindery. The building is in fair shape.
PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$400

Project Index #: 2570LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$400
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather proofing,
integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does include everything that has to do with water proofing the building envelope including the roof,
painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for example, around all windows, flashing,
fixtures, sills, etc.
BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

120
0
100 % Metal Siding
0
%
1
Basement? No
100 % S-2
0
%
Prefabricated Metal Building
V-N

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$0
$0
$400
$400

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

Page 7 of 104

$3.33
$3,000
$25
13%

State of Nevada Corrections
BOILER ROOM STORAGE SHED
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
2569
Survey
4/25/2006

Site number: 9989

BOILER ROOM STORAGE SHED
BUILDING REPORT
The Boiler Room Storage Shed is a prefabricated metal storage structure used primarily as storage for equipment
and parts for the adjacent Boiler Room. The building is in fair shape.
PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$400

Project Index #: 2569LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$400
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather proofing,
integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does include everything that has to do with water proofing the building envelope including the roof,
painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for example, around all windows, flashing,
fixtures, sills, etc.
BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

80
0
100 % Metal Siding
0
%
1
Basement? No
100 % S-2
0
%
Prefabricated Metal Building
V-N

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$0
$0
$400
$400

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

Page 8 of 104

$5.00
$2,000
$25
20%

State of Nevada Corrections
CHEMICAL STORAGE BUILDING
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
2568
Survey
4/25/2006

Site number: 9989

CHEMICAL STORAGE BUILDING
BUILDING REPORT
The Chemical Storage Building is a concrete masonry unit building with a sloped roof on a concrete foundation.
The structure is attached to the east side of the Industrial/License Plate Factory building and is accessed by a
wood stairway on the east and a door on the north side next to the loading dock. It stores the chemicals and other
materials used in the manufacturing of license plates. Although natural ventilation is provided, the structure is not
designed for it's current use. The building is in fair shape.
PRIORITY CLASS 1 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 1 Projects:
Currently Critical
Immediate to Two Years

$4,500

Project Index #: 2568SFT1
STAIRWAY / HANDRAIL REPAIRS
Construction
$4,500
The existing stairs on the east side are constructed of wood, which have deteriorated to point where they are unsafe
to use and do not meet current building codes. Also, the hand rails do not meet the requirements in the 2003 IBC
section 1009.11. This project would provide for the removal and disposal of the existing stairs and construction of a
new wood framed set of stairs and handrails. The door swings outward, therefore, a three foot wide landing will be
required at the top of the stairs and is included in this estimate.
PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$1,540

Project Index #: 2568LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$1,540
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather proofing,
integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does include everything that has to do with water proofing the building envelope including the roof,
painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for example, around all windows, flashing,
fixtures, sills, etc.

11-Jul-06

Page 9 of 104

BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

308
0
100 % Painted CMU
0
%
1
Basement? No
100 % S-1
0
%
Concrete Masonry and Wood
III-1

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$4,500
$0
$1,540
$6,040

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

Page 10 of 104

$19.61
$85,000
$275
7%

State of Nevada Corrections
MODULAR EDUCATION BUILDING
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
2545
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989

MODULAR EDUCATION BUILDING
BUILDING REPORT
The Modular Education Building is a manufactured or modular style structure with painted Masonite siding,
asphalt composition roof on an 8 point foundation. The facility contains two large classroom areas and restrooms.
The building has an ADA accessible ramp to access the classrooms but is lacking a fire sprinkler system. The
current occupancy or use is for educational purposes and is classified as a B occupancy per the 2003 IBC. The
PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$67,200

Project Index #: 2545SFT1
FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM INSTALLATION
Construction
$42,000
This building does not have an automatic fire suppression system. We are recommending installation of fire
sprinklers in critical need buildings within the prison enclosure. This project will include a backflow prevention
device as required by state law. State law regulates connections between public water systems and sources of
contaminants which can enter the system by back pressure or siphonage. Public water systems include supplies,
systems for pumping, storage and treatment and distribution systems.
The NAC 477.915 requires a fire sprinkler system to be installed:
(c) If the building:
(1) Is designated as B occupancy;
(2) Regardless of occupancy designation, has a floor area which exceeds 12,000 square feet on any floor or
24,000 square feet on all floors, including any mezzanines; or
(3) Is R-1 or R-2 occupancy,
be scheduled for installation of an automatic fire suppression system during the next remodeling of or addition to
the building. This building designated as B occupancy and requires fire sprinkler system. Water purveyors require
service backflow prevention immediately after the meter, which isolates the customer's water system from the
distribution system. If fire water or irrigation systems tap directly into the public system, backflow devices would be
necessary on both domestic, irrigation and fire water services.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 03/23/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 01/11/2006.
Project Index #: 2545LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$25,200
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
This also includes interior applied finishes such as paint, grout, caulking, etc. Special attention should be paid to
areas that are exposed to moisture.

11-Jul-06

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BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

1,680
2002
100 % Painted Masonite
0
%
1
Basement? No
100 % B
0
%
Modular Building
V-N

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$0
$0
$67,200
$67,200

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

Page 12 of 104

$40.00
$336,000
$200
20%

State of Nevada Corrections
MAINTENANCE SHOP
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989
2171

MAINTENANCE SHOP
BUILDING REPORT
The Maintenance Shop is an engineered steel building with metal siding and roof on a concrete slab/foundation. It
is divided up into three bays, a Carpenter Shop, Plumbing/HVAC Shop and Auto shop. The Plumbing/HVAC Shop
bay contains a mezzanine level with offices for maintenance staff. The building is fully sprinklered and has a
restroom for staff that is mostly ADA compliant except for grab bars. This structure is in good shape.
PRIORITY CLASS 1 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 1 Projects:
Currently Critical
Immediate to Two Years

$5,000

Project Index #: 2171SFT3
HANDRAIL INSTALLATION
Construction
$2,000
The 2003 International Building Code 1009.11 requires handrails on each side of stairways. The building has a set of
stairs to access the offices on the mezzanine above the cafeteria and restrooms. The stairway have only one
handrail. This project would provide for the installation of a handrail on one side of the stairway to match the
Project Index #: 2171SFT1
SEISMIC GAS SHUT OFF VALVE
Construction
$3,000
Agreements reached between the Nevada Risk Management Office and the State of Nevada's Insurance Underwriter
require Seismic Gas Shutoff Valves (SGSV's) on all gas services to all State buildings. This project would install a
SGSV to the gas line serving the building.
PRIORITY CLASS 2 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 2 Projects:
Necessary - Not Yet Critical
Two to Four Years

$2,000

Project Index #: 2171SFT2
JANITOR CLOSET WALL PROTECTION
Construction
$2,000
The mop sink in the Janitor's Closet is mounted adjacent to gypsum board that is showing signs of water damage.
This project would provide fiberglass reinforced panels (FRP) to be installed on the walls adjacent to the mop sink.
The FRP shall extend two feet beyond the edge of the sink and a minimum of 54 inches above the floor finish. This
project includes FRP on both Janitor's Closets that currently do not have wall protection.
PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$40,000

Project Index #: 2171LGT0
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$40,000
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
This also includes interior applied finishes such as paint, grout, caulking, etc. Special attention should be paid to
areas that are exposed to moisture.

11-Jul-06

Page 13 of 104

BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

4,000
2004
100 % Metal Siding
%
2
Basement? No
80 % S-1
20 % B
Prefabricated Steel Building
III-1

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$5,000
$2,000
$40,000
$47,000

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

$11.75
$1,100,000
$275
4%

Page 14 of 104

State of Nevada Corrections
MAINTENANCE WAREHOUSE 2
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989
1414

MAINTENANCE WAREHOUSE 2
BUILDING REPORT
The Maintenance Warehouse 2 is a wood framed structure with metal siding and roof. It is located on the north side
of the prison outside the fence. This structure is not being used any longer and is in poor shape.
PRIORITY CLASS 1 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 1 Projects:
Currently Critical
Immediate to Two Years

$10,304

Project Index #: 1414EXT1
DEMOLISH MAINTENANCE WAREHOUSE 2
Construction
$10,304
The maintenance warehouse 2 contains numerous code and safety issues including but not limited to rodent
infestation, broken windows, broken or missing electrical fixtures, dry rot and possible structural damage due to the
age. The building is dilapidated and deteriorating and has reached the end of its useful life. This project would
provide funding for the demolition of the building. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended
in the FCA report dated 09/16/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the
most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

1,288
1950
100 % Metal Siding
%
1
Basement? No
100 % S-2
%
Wood Framing
V-N

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$10,304
$0
$0
$10,304

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

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$8.00
$193,000
$150
5%

State of Nevada Corrections
PUMP HOUSE
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989
1412

PUMP HOUSE
BUILDING REPORT
The Pump House is a premanufactured metal building that contains the domestic water service and back flow
prevention device. It is located next to the now abandoned water tank along the northeast side of the prison site,
outside the fence. The prison is now on city water and the water pumping equipment has been removed. The
PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$3,080

Project Index #: 1412LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$3,080
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
This also includes interior applied finishes such as paint, grout, caulking, etc. Special attention should be paid to
areas that are exposed to moisture.
BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

308
1988
100 % Metal Siding
%
1
Basement? No
100 % U-1
%
Prefabricated Metal Building
V-N

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$0
$0
$3,080
$3,080

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

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$10.00
$46,000
$150
7%

State of Nevada Corrections
OLD ELECTRIC SHOP
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989
1411

OLD ELECTRIC SHOP
BUILDING REPORT
The Old Electric Shop is a two level, uninsulated old stone masonry building with a cast in place concrete roof. The
building is currently used as the electricians office, shop and storage. The facility does not have adequate
ventilation, fire protection and restroom facilities. The building is in poor to fair shape.
PRIORITY CLASS 1 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 1 Projects:
Currently Critical
Immediate to Two Years

$66,250

Project Index #: 1411SFT3
EMERGENCY EGRESS LIGHTING
Construction
$500
There is no emergency lighting in the old electric shop. Emergency lighting needs to be installed to provide
illumination along the egress route per the 2003 IBC Chapter 1006.1. This project would provide for the purchase and
installation of 2 emergency lights.
Project Index #: 1411EXT1
INSTALL NEW ROOF MEMBRANE
Construction
$48,250
The existing roof deck is a concrete slab designed as a potential third floor. It is coated with a sprayed roof sealant.
There is minimum slope to the concrete deck; the roof has signs of ponding water. This project would provide
funding for the installation of new polyisocyanurate roof insulation, covered by a single ply membrane roof. This
project should be completed only after the project "STRUCTURAL ASSESSMENT". This project or a portion there
of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/07/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect
conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 1411HVA1
REPLACE EVAPORATIVE COOLER
Construction
$2,500
The existing wall-mounted evaporative cooler is severely scaled and rusting though the bottom pan. This project
would provide funding for the purchase and installation of a new evaporative cooler. Project includes removal and
disposal of the old cooler and utility connections to the new unit.
This project should coincide with the HVAC project. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended
in the FCA report dated 09/07/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the
most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 1411SFT4
REPLACE STAIRS/GUARDRAILS/HANDRAILS
Construction
$10,000
The existing lower level steps and stairs to the upper level are damaged and do not meet code. The existing steel
pipe guardrail for the upper level deck and stairs is not to code or is missing altogether. This is a safety issue that
must be addressed if the building continues to be used.
This project would provide for the removal of the existing guardrail/handrails on the stairs and upper level deck and
installation of new guardrails and handrails per 2003 IBC Section 1012 and the rebuilding of the stairs to meet code
section 1009.11. This project should be done after the structural assessment project is completed which may have an
impact on stair design and construction. At the very least, the guardrail and handrails should be installed.

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Project Index #: 1411EXT2
STRUCTURAL ASSESSMENT
Construction
$5,000
The exterior stone masonry has large cracks visible in the mortar joints and is of unreinforced masonry construction.
We are not aware of any structural assessments that have been conducted in the past on this building. This project
would provide funding for a structural investigation and assessment to be done by a Structural Engineer to identify
possible deficiencies and problems in the building and assess load carrying capacity for the second floor. Future
recommendations would be based on this report. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in
the FCA report dated 09/07/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most
recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
PRIORITY CLASS 2 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 2 Projects:
Necessary - Not Yet Critical
Two to Four Years

$133,170

Project Index #: 1411HVA4
HVAC INSTALLATION
Construction
$48,250
This building currently does not have adequate heating, cooling and is lacking ventilation. This project would
provide for the installation of a rooftop mounted HVAC system for the building including all ducting, penetrations,
utility connections, fire dampers and finish hardware. This project should be coordinated with the structural
assessment project for verification of roof loading capacity. The current occupancy or use of this building requires
proper HVAC per the 2003 Uniform Mechanical Code. The upper level is used for storage and is not included in the
Project Index #: 1411ELE1
LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$7,720
Existing building lighting fixtures, incandescent and T-12s, are older types and not energy efficient. This project will
upgrade lighting fixtures to T-8 lamps with electronic ballasts, resulting in increased efficiency and reduced costs
associated with illumination. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report
dated 09/07/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey
date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 1411PLM1
REPLACE DOMESTIC WATER AND SANITARY WASTEWATER
Construction
$48,250
The sanitary wastewater system is showing signs of deterioration, however it was noted that the drains operated
adequately to poorly. Because of the deterioration, the system is not working to its full potential. Some of the lines
are original to the building and are in fair to poor condition. The passage of time and constant heavy use are
contributing factors to problems that arise. Deposits within the pipes will cause them to be restricted, which will
slow the flow of water. It is recommended the entire wastewater system be replaced.
The domestic water that is supplied to the facility has a high mineral content. This has a detrimental affect on the
system. Pipe deterioration is accelerated. Deposits within these pipes restrict water flow as well. It is recommended
this system be replaced concurrently with the drain system.This project or a portion there of was previously
recommended in the FCA report dated 09/07/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed
during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 1411EXT0
STONE RE-POINTING
Construction
$28,950
The existing building exterior is natural stone that was quarried directly from the correctional facility site. Some
portions of this structure are over 100 years old.
There are numerous areas where the mortar is failing, missing and not sealed properly due the age and exposure to
the weather. This project would provide for the cleaning, repair and re-pointing of the exterior stone work. This
project should be completed only after the project "STRUCTURAL ASSESSMENT" has been done.

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PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$28,950

Project Index #: 1411LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$28,950
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc. Re-pointing of the stone masonry should be considered
and is part of this cyclical maintenance project.
This also includes interior applied finishes such as paint, grout, caulking, etc. Special attention should be paid to
areas that are exposed to moisture.
BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

1,930
1900
100 % Stone Masonry
%
2
Basement? No
100 % S-2
%
Stone Masonry and Wood
V-N

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$66,250
$133,170
$28,950
$228,370

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

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$118.33
$579,000
$300
39%

State of Nevada Corrections
MAIN GATE/TOWER #1, NORTHWEST
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
1410
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989

MAIN GATE/TOWER #1, NORTHWEST
BUILDING REPORT
The Main Gate / Tower 1 is a painted precast concrete structure that is two levels. The lower level serves as the
visitor's check in and entry point into the prison. The upper level is the guard tower with it's own restroom. This
building is located on the west side of the prison and next to a vehicle gate. There are not any fire sprinklers and it
is not fully ADA compliant. The building is in fair shape.
PRIORITY CLASS 2 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 2 Projects:
Necessary - Not Yet Critical
Two to Four Years

$99,900

Project Index #: 1410EXT1
REPLACE GLAZING
Construction
$40,000
The existing single-pane glazing in metal frames is no longer weather-resistive, rusted and is difficult to open and
closed. They have reached the end of their useful life. This project would provide funding for the replacement of
new double pane safety glazed security windows in the lower and upper levels. This project should coincide with
the other exterior and interior projects. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA
report dated 09/16/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent
survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 1410EXT3
EXTERIOR FINISHES
Construction
$6,750
It is important to maintain the finish, weather resistance and appearance of the building. The exterior finishes are
faded and damaged to a point where the concrete is showing wear and deterioration. This project would provide
funding for the exterior building envelope other than the roof, including painting, staining, or other applied finishes
and caulking around windows, flashing, fixtures and other penetrations. This project should coincide with the
glazing replacement. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated
09/16/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of
Project Index #: 1410HVA1
HVAC UPGRADE/INSTALLATION
Construction
$13,500
The heating unit appears to be original to the building. The unit is a forced-air-gas-type. The building is cooled by
an evaporator cooler which is severely scared and reached it normal life cycle. This project would provide for a
complete HVAC system to be installed in the building including air handlers, duct work, connections to existing
utilities seismic bracing and an energy managements system. Design of the system is not included in this estimate.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/16/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 1410INT1
INTERIOR FINISHES
Construction
$5,400
The interior wall, floor and ceiling finishes are in poor condition. The interior finishes are faded and damaged to a
point where the concrete walls and floors are showing wear and deterioration. This project would provide funding
for the interior walls, floors and ceilings to be painted on the lower and upper levels. Prior to painting, all surfaces
should be repaired and prepped. An epoxy-based paint should be utilized in wet areas for durability. This project
should coincide with the glazing replacement project and any other project which may require alterations to the
building's interior and exterior finishes. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA
report dated 09/16/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent

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Project Index #: 1410ELE1
LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$2,250
Existing building lighting fixtures, T-12s, are older fluorescent types and not energy efficient. This project will
upgrade lighting fixtures to T-8 lamps with electronic ballasts, resulting in increased efficiency and reduced costs
associated with illumination. This project also includes the replacement of spot lights on the exterior of the
structure. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/16/1999. It has
been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 1410PLM1
REPLACE PLUMBING SYSTEM AND INSTALL WATER HEATER
Construction
$32,000
The building's sanitary wastewater system is showing signs of deterioration. It was noted that the drains operate
slowly. Deposits within the pipes will cause them to be restricted, which will slow the flow of water. It is
recommended the wastewater system be replaced.
The building's domestic water that is supplied to the facility has a high mineral content. This has a detrimental effect
on the system. Pipe deterioration is accelerated. Deposits within these pipes restrict water flow as well. It is
recommended this system be replaced concurrently with the drain system.
The water closet and lavatory are reaching the end of their useful life. It is recommended these fixtures be replaced.
For sanitation purposes, it is recommended a water heater be installed in this guard tower.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/16/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$6,750

Project Index #: 1410LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$6,750
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
This also includes interior applied finishes such as paint, grout, caulking, etc. Special attention should be paid to
areas that are exposed to moisture.

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BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

450
1963
80 % Painted Concrete
20 % Glazing
2
Basement? No
100 % B
%
Precast Concrete and Steel
III-1

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$0
$99,900
$6,750
$106,650

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

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$237.00
$360,000
$800
30%

State of Nevada Corrections
PROPERTY WAREHOUSE 1/OLD ARMORY
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
1409
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989

PROPERTY WAREHOUSE 1/OLD ARMORY
BUILDING REPORT
The Property Warehouse 1/Old Armory is a concrete masonry unit (CMU) and wood framed structure. It has a new
asphalt composition gable roof. The facility was formerly the warehouse and armory storage for the prison and is
now abandoned. The interior is exposed wood framing with the masonry armory enclosure inside. The building is in
fair to good shape.
PRIORITY CLASS 1 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 1 Projects:
Currently Critical
Immediate to Two Years

$6,000

Project Index #: 1409SIT1
EXTERIOR STAIRS
Construction
$6,000
The 2003 IBC Chapter 1009.5.1 requires the horizontal slope of stair treads in any direction not to exceed 2 percent.
Chapter 1009.11 requires handrails be installed on stairs with two or more risers and a landing is required at the top
and bottom of the stairs. There is an existing concrete stairway that provides access between the street and the
building that is not within these required code parameters and is showing signs of settling and separation. This
project would provide for the rebuilding of the concrete stairway to meet the 2003 IBC code requirements. Two
handrails, one on each side of the stairway are included in this cost estimate.
PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$27,000

Project Index #: 1409LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$27,000
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
This also includes interior applied finishes such as paint, grout, caulking, etc. Special attention should be paid to
areas that are exposed to moisture.

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BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

1,800
1950
80 % Painted Masonite
20 % Painted CMU
1
Basement? No
100 % S-2
%
Concrete Masonry and Wood
V-N

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$6,000
$0
$27,000
$33,000

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

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$18.33
$450,000
$250
7%

State of Nevada Corrections
HOUSING UNIT 13
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989
1408

HOUSING UNIT 13
BUILDING REPORT
Housing Unit 13, also known as a "Hill Unit" is a precast concrete structure covered with painted stucco and a
single-ply membrane roof. It contains inmate cells, showers and a central control room all on two levels. This
housing unit is the "lock down" unit for the prison. There are fire sprinklers but the unit is not ADA compliant. The
building is in fair to good shape.
PRIORITY CLASS 1 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 1 Projects:
Currently Critical
Immediate to Two Years

$9,500

Project Index #: 1408SFT1
EXIT SIGN LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$2,500
The existing exit signs in this building are older types and should be replaced with new self-illuminated or LED style
signs with battery-backed internal systems.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 1408PLM1
REMOVE AND REPLACE EXISTING WATER HEATER
Construction
$6,500
Two 100-gallon gas-fired water heaters supply domestic hot water. One has been replaced and the other is original
to the building. The average life span of a typical gas/oil or electric water heater is eight to ten years. With the
passage of time and constant use, the one unit is showing signs of wear. It is reaching the end of its expected life.
This project would provide funding for the replacement and installation of one 100-gallon gas-fired water heater.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 1408ELE3
SECURED CABLES
Construction
$500
Lights have been attached to the side of the building and the supply power for these lights is a flex cable that runs
onto the roof in three areas. The cable is not secured in any way and floats loose on the roof. Floating cables such
as this can rub on the roofing membrane and penetrations and cause undue wear to the roofing system. This project
would provide funding for securing the cables.
PRIORITY CLASS 2 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 2 Projects:
Necessary - Not Yet Critical
Two to Four Years

$190,208

Project Index #: 1408INT1
INTERIOR FINISHES
Construction
$59,440
The interior finishes are in fair to poor condition. It is recommended that the interior walls be painted in the next
two years. Prior to painting, all surfaces should be repaired and prepped. An epoxy-based paint should be utilized in
wet areas for durability. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated
09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of
04/19/2006.

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Project Index #: 1408ELE1
LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$47,552
Existing building lighting fixtures in the rooms adjacent to the housing area use T-12 technology, and are older
fluorescent types and are not energy efficient. The existing lighting in the housing areas are provided by high bay
sodium type, large round fixtures. This project will upgrade the lighting fixtures in the area adjacent to the housing
units with T-8 lamps and electronic ballasts, resulting in increased efficiency and reduced costs associated with
illumination. It is also recommended that the sodium lights be replaced with new more energy efficient high-pressure
sodium lights. These types of lights will provide better illumination and energy savings. This project or a portion
there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to
reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 1408EXT1
REPAIR/PAINT STUCCO ON EXTERIOR OF BUILDING
Construction
$83,216
Due to weather extremes the cyclical treatment of the building's exterior is very important to help maintain the finish,
weather proofing and appearance of the building. The exterior stucco is showing signes of cracking, peeling and
water damage and is in need of repair and painting. This project would provide for the repair of the gutters that are
leaking, fog seal and painting of the exterior stucco finish and painting of the exterior doors. This project or a portion
there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to
reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$178,320

Project Index #: 1408LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$178,320
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
This also includes interior applied finishes such as paint, grout, caulking, etc. Special attention should be paid to
areas that are exposed to moisture.

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BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

11,888
1988
100 % Painted Stucco /
%
2
Basement? No
100 % I-3
%
Precast Concrete and Steel
III-1

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$9,500
$190,208
$178,320
$378,028

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

$31.80
$4,161,000
$350
9%

Page 27 of 104

State of Nevada Corrections
DOG KENNEL
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989
1407

DOG KENNEL
BUILDING REPORT
The Dog Kennel is a stone masonry structure with a coruggated metal gable roof. It is located on the north side of
the prison area outside of the fence. The building is in poor shape and has not been used or occupied for years.
PRIORITY CLASS 1 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 1 Projects:
Currently Critical
Immediate to Two Years

$12,000

Project Index #: 1407EXT1
DOG KENNEL DEMOLITION
Construction
$12,000
The Dog Kennel contains numerous code and safety issues including but not limited to rodent infestation, broken
windows, broken or missing electrical fixtures, dry rot and possible structural damage due to the age. It has not been
occupied for years. The building is dilapidated and deteriorating and has reached the end of its useful life. This
project would provide funding for the demolition of the building. The existing stone was quarried on the prison site
and it is suggested that the stone be salvaged for future use at the discretion of the Department of Corrections.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/16/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

1,200
1925
100 % Stone Masonry
%
1
Basement? No
100 % U-1
%
Stone Masonry
V-N

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$12,000
$0
$0
$12,000

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

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$10.00
$240,000
$200
5%

State of Nevada Corrections
GUARD TOWER #5 SOUTHWEST
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
1406
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989

GUARD TOWER #5 SOUTHWEST
BUILDING REPORT
Guard Tower #5 is a painted structural steel building with metal siding and roof accessed by a steel spiral stairway.
The tower is located outside of the secured area in the southwest corner of the site. The interior has restroom
facilities for staff and there are windows that allow for a 360 degree view of the prison grounds. The structure is in
PRIORITY CLASS 1 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 1 Projects:
Currently Critical
Immediate to Two Years

$2,500

Project Index #: 1406STR1
STRUCTURAL ASSESSMENT
Construction
$2,500
The Guard Tower #5 sways substantially during high winds. This project recommends that a licensed engineer
perform a structural investigation to assess the swaying and structural integrity of the steel framed guard tower. The
structural assessment report may result in future projects that are not included in this estimate.
PRIORITY CLASS 2 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 2 Projects:
Necessary - Not Yet Critical
Two to Four Years

$31,430

Project Index #: 1406EXT3
EXTERIOR FINISHES
Construction
$3,840
It is important to maintain the finish, weather resistance and appearance of the building. The exterior finishes are
faded, peeling and damaged to a point where the metal is showing signs of rust. This project would provide for the
painting, or other applied finishes and caulking of windows, flashing, fixtures and other penetrations including
surface preparation. This project should coincide with the glazing replacement. It is recommended that this project
be completed in two years. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated
09/16/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of
Project Index #: 1406INT2
INTERIOR FINISHES
Construction
$1,280
The interior finishes are in poor condition. The interior finishes are faded and damaged to a point where the gypsum
board is showing wear and deterioration. This project would provide funding for the interior walls and ceiling to be
painted. Prior to painting, all surfaces should be patched, repaired and prepped. An epoxy-based paint should be
utilized in wet areas for durability. This project should coincide with the glazing replacement project. This project or
a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/16/1999. It has been amended
accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 1406ELE1
LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$5,500
Existing building lighting fixtures, T-12s, are older fluorescent types and not energy efficient. This project will
upgrade lighting fixtures to T-8 lamps with electronic ballasts, resulting in increased efficiency and reduced costs
associated with illumination. This project also includes the replacement of spot lights on the exterior of the
structure. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has
been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.

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Project Index #: 1406INT1
REMOVE AND REPLACE FLOORING
Construction
$2,560
The Guard Tower vinyl composition tile (VCT) floor has reached the end of its expected life. Areas exist where the
VCT is damaged from water and traffic. The exterior painted concrete entry deck also needs to be repainted. This
project would provide for the removal and replacement of the VCT in the interior and repaint the exterior concrete.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/16/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 1406EXT1
REMOVE AND REPLACE GLAZING
Construction
$11,750
The existing single-pane glazing in metal frames is no longer weather-resistive, one is cracked, and frames are
beginning to rust and are difficult to operate. They have reached the end of their useful life. This project would
provide funding for the replacement of new double pane safety glazed windows. This project should coincide with
the exterior and interior projects. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report
dated 09/16/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey
Project Index #: 1406HVA1
REPLACE HEATERS AND AIR CONDITIONER
Construction
$6,500
The heating system appears to be original to the guard tower. The building contains electrical baseboard heaters
that no longer operate. They are using a portable plug in heater to heat the tower. The building is cooled by a
portable wall mounted cooler. This project would provide for a new wall mounted HVAC packaged unit to be
installed where the A.C. unit is located including all required connections to utilities. This project or a portion there
of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/16/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect
conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$18,840

Project Index #: 1406LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$3,840
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
This also includes interior applied finishes such as paint, grout, caulking, etc. Special attention should be paid to
areas that are exposed to moisture.
Project Index #: 1406PLM1
REPLACE DOMESTIC WATER AND SANITARY WASTE SYSTEM
Construction
$15,000
The sanitary wastewater system is showing signs of deterioration. It was noted that the drains operate slowly.
Deposits within the pipes will cause them to be restricted, which will slow the flow of water. It is recommended the
wastewater system be replaced.
The domestic water that is supplied to the facility has a high mineral content. This has a detrimental effect on the
system. Pipe deterioration is accelerated. Deposits within these pipes restrict water flow as well. It is recommended
this system be replaced concurrently with the drain system.
The water closet and lavatory are reaching the end of their useful life. It is recommended these fixtures be replaced.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/16/1999. It has been

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BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

256
1966
60 % Metal Siding
40 % Glazing
1
Basement? No
100 % B
%
Structural Steel
II-FR

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$2,500
$31,430
$18,840
$52,770

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

Page 31 of 104

$206.13
$115,000
$450
46%

State of Nevada Corrections
GUARD TOWER #4 SOUTHEAST
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
1405
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989

GUARD TOWER #4 SOUTHEAST
BUILDING REPORT
Guard Tower #4 is a painted structural steel building with metal siding and roof. The tower is located outside of the
secured area in the southeast corner of the site. The interior has restroom facilities for staff and there are windows
that allow for a 360 degree view of the prison grounds. The structure is in fair to good shape.
PRIORITY CLASS 1 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 1 Projects:
Currently Critical
Immediate to Two Years

$5,500

Project Index #: 1405EXT2
SEAL METAL ROOF
Construction
$3,000
The roof is a metal system and original to the building. Water stains are evident on the ceiling. Weather exposure
and age contribute to the deterioration of the seals. This project would provide funding for the sealing of the
screws and flashing. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated
09/16/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of
Project Index #: 1405STR1
STRUCTURAL ASSESSMENT
Construction
$2,500
The Guard Tower #4 sways substantially during high winds. This project recommends that a licensed engineer
perform a structural investigation to assess the swaying and structural integrity of the steel framed guard tower. The
structural assessment report may result in future projects that are not included in this estimate.
PRIORITY CLASS 2 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 2 Projects:
Necessary - Not Yet Critical
Two to Four Years

$27,290

Project Index #: 1405EXT3
EXTERIOR FINISHES
Construction
$2,160
It is important to maintain the finish, weather resistance and appearance of the building. The exterior finishes are
faded, peeling and damaged to a point where the steel columns are showing signs of rust. This project would
provide funding for the exterior building envelope other than the roof, including painting, staining, or other applied
finishes and caulking around windows, flashing, fixtures and other penetrations. This project should coincide with
the glazing replacement. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated
09/16/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of
Project Index #: 1405INT2
INTERIOR FINISHES
Construction
$1,440
The interior finishes are in poor condition. The interior finishes are faded and damaged to a point where the gypsum
board is showing wear and deterioration. This project would provide funding for the interior walls to be painted.
Prior to painting, all surfaces should be patched, repaired and prepped. An epoxy-based paint should be utilized in
wet areas for durability. This project should coincide with the glazing replacement project. This project or a portion
there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/16/1999. It has been amended accordingly to
reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.

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Project Index #: 1405ELE1
LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$5,500
Existing building lighting fixtures, T-12s, are older fluorescent types and not energy efficient. This project will
upgrade lighting fixtures to T-8 lamps with electronic ballasts, resulting in increased efficiency and reduced costs
associated with illumination. This project also includes the replacement of spot lights on the exterior of the
structure. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has
been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 1405INT1
REMOVE AND REPLACE FLOORING
Construction
$1,440
The Guard Tower vinyl composition tile (VCT) floor has reached the end of its expected life. Areas exist where the
VCT is damaged from water and traffic. This project would provide for the removal and replacement of the VCT in
the interior of the tower. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated
09/16/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of
04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 1405EXT1
REMOVE AND REPLACE GLAZING
Construction
$11,750
The existing single-pane glazing in metal frames is no longer weather-resistive, frames are beginning to rust and are
difficult to operate. They have reached the end of their useful life. This project would provide funding for the
replacement of new double pane safety glazed windows. This project should coincide with the exterior and interior
repairs. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/16/1999. It has
been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 1405HVA1
REPLACE HEATERS AND AIR CONDITIONER
Construction
$5,000
The heating and air conditioning system appears to be original to the building. The building contains two wall
mounted combination heating and cooling units. Time and constant use have put them at the end of their expected
life. It was stated that the building was difficult to keep at a consistent temperature, which includes both heating
and cooling. This project would provide for the purchase and installation of two new wall mounted packaged HVAC
units. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has
been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$19,100

Project Index #: 1405LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$3,600
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
This also includes interior applied finishes such as paint, grout, caulking, etc. Special attention should be paid to
areas that are exposed to moisture.

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Project Index #: 1405PLM1
REPLACE DOMESTIC WATER AND SANITARY WASTE SYSTEM
Construction
$15,500
The sanitary wastewater system is showing signs of deterioration. It was noted that the drains operate slowly.
Deposits within the pipes will cause them to be restricted, which will slow the flow of water. It is recommended the
wastewater system be replaced.
The domestic water that is supplied to the facility has a high mineral content. This has a detrimental effect on the
system. Pipe deterioration is accelerated. Deposits within these pipes restrict water flow as well. It is recommended
this system be replaced concurrently with the drain system.
The water closet and lavatory are reaching the end of their useful life. It is recommended these fixtures be replaced.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/16/1999. It has been
BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

144
1981
60 % Metal Siding
40 % Glazing
1
Basement? No
100 % B
%
Structural Steel
II-FR

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$5,500
$27,290
$19,100
$51,890

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

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$360.35
$115,000
$800
45%

State of Nevada Corrections
GUARD TOWER #3 NORTHEAST
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
1404
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989

GUARD TOWER #3 NORTHEAST
BUILDING REPORT
Guard Tower #3 is a painted structural steel building with metal siding and roof. The tower is located outside of the
secured area in the northeast corner of the site. The interior has restroom facilities for staff and there are windows
that allow for a 360 degree view of the prison grounds. The structure is in fair to good shape.
PRIORITY CLASS 1 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 1 Projects:
Currently Critical
Immediate to Two Years

$5,500

Project Index #: 1404EXT2
SEAL METAL ROOF
Construction
$3,000
The roof is a metal system and original to the building. Water stains are evident on the ceiling. Weather exposure
and age contribute to the deterioration of the seals. This project would provide funding for the sealing of the
screws and flashing. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated
09/16/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of
Project Index #: 1404STR1
STRUCTURAL ASSESSMENT
Construction
$2,500
The Guard Tower #3 sways substantially during high winds. This project recommends that a licensed engineer
perform a structural investigation to assess the swaying and structural integrity of the steel framed guard tower. The
structural assessment report may result in future projects that are not included in this estimate.
PRIORITY CLASS 2 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 2 Projects:
Necessary - Not Yet Critical
Two to Four Years

$27,290

Project Index #: 1404EXT3
EXTERIOR FINISHES
Construction
$2,160
It is important to maintain the finish, weather resistance and appearance of the building. The exterior finishes are
faded, peeling and scraped to a point where the metal is showing signs of rust. This project would provide funding
for the exterior building envelope other than the roof, including painting, staining, or other applied finishes and
caulking around windows, flashing, fixtures and other penetrations. This project should coincide with the glazing
replacement. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/16/1999. It
has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 1404INT2
INTERIOR FINISHES
Construction
$1,440
The interior finishes are in poor condition. The interior finishes are faded and damaged to a point where the gypsum
board is showing wear and deterioration. This project would provide funding for the interior walls and ceiling to be
painted. Prior to painting, all surfaces should be patched, repaired and prepped. An epoxy-based paint should be
utilized in wet areas for durability. This project should coincide with the glazing replacement project. This project or
a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/16/1999. It has been amended
accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.

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Project Index #: 1404ELE1
LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$5,500
Existing building lighting fixtures, T-12s, are older fluorescent types and not energy efficient. This project will
upgrade lighting fixtures to T-8 lamps with electronic ballasts, resulting in increased efficiency and reduced costs
associated with illumination. This project also includes the replacement of spot lights on the exterior of the
structure. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has
been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 1404INT1
REMOVE AND REPLACE FLOORING
Construction
$1,440
The Guard Tower vinyl composition tile (VCT) floor has reached the end of its expected life. Areas exist where the
VCT is damaged from water and traffic. This project would provide for the removal and replacement of the VCT in
the interior of the tower. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated
09/16/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of
04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 1404EXT1
REMOVE AND REPLACE GLAZING
Construction
$11,750
The existing single-pane glazing in metal frames is no longer weather-resistive, frames are beginning to rust and are
difficult to operate. They have reached the end of their useful life. This project would provide funding for the
replacement of new double pane safety glazed windows. This project should coincide with the exterior and interior
repairs. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/16/1999. It has
been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 1404HVA1
REPLACE HEATING AND COOLING UNIT
Construction
$5,000
The heating and air conditioning system appears to be original to the building. The building contains two wall
mounted combination heating and cooling units. Time and constant use have put them at the end of their expected
life. It was stated that the building was difficult to keep at a consistent temperature, which includes both heating
and cooling. This project would provide for the purchase and installation of two new wall mounted packaged HVAC
units. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has
been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$19,100

Project Index #: 1404LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$3,600
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
This also includes interior applied finishes such as paint, grout, caulking, etc. Special attention should be paid to
areas that are exposed to moisture.

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Project Index #: 1404PLM1
REPLACE DOMESTIC WATER AND WASTE SYSTEMS
Construction
$15,500
The sanitary wastewater system is showing signs of deterioration. It was noted that the drains operate slowly.
Deposits within the pipes will cause them to be restricted, which will slow the flow of water. It is recommended the
wastewater system be replaced.
The domestic water that is supplied to the facility has a high mineral content. This has a detrimental effect on the
system. Pipe deterioration is accelerated. Deposits within these pipes restrict water flow as well. It is recommended
this system be replaced concurrently with the drain system.
The water closet and lavatory are reaching the end of their useful life. It is recommended these fixtures be replaced.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/16/1999. It has been
BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

144
1981
60 % Metal Siding
40 % Glazing
1
Basement? No
100 % B
%
Structural Steel
II-FR

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$5,500
$27,290
$19,100
$51,890

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

Page 37 of 104

$360.35
$115,000
$800
45%

State of Nevada Corrections
GUARD TOWER #2 NORTH
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989
1403

GUARD TOWER #2 NORTH
BUILDING REPORT
Guard Tower #2 is a painted precast concrete structure with a single-ply membrane roof. The tower is located inside
of the secured area in the northeast corner of the site. The interior has restroom facilities for staff and there are
windows that allow for a 360 degree view of the prison grounds. The structure is in fair to good shape.
PRIORITY CLASS 2 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 2 Projects:
Necessary - Not Yet Critical
Two to Four Years

$47,226

Project Index #: 1403EXT3
EXTERIOR FINISHES
Construction
$9,360
It is important to maintain the finish, weather resistance and appearance of the building. The exterior finishes are
faded and damaged to a point where the concrete is showing wear and deterioration. This project would provide
funding for the exterior building envelope other than the roof, including painting, staining, or other applied finishes
and caulking around windows, flashing, fixtures and other penetrations. This project should coincide with the
glazing replacement. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated
09/16/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of
Project Index #: 1403INT1
INTERIOR FINISHES
Construction
$3,120
The interior finishes are in poor condition. The interior finishes are faded and damaged to a point where the
concrete is showing wear and deterioration. This project would provide funding for the interior walls and ceiling to
be painted. Prior to painting, all surfaces should be repaired and prepped. An epoxy-based paint should be utilized
in wet areas for durability. This project should coincide with the glazing replacement. This project or a portion there
of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/16/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect
conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 1403ELE1
LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$2,496
Existing building lighting fixtures, T-12s, are older fluorescent types and not energy efficient. This project will
upgrade lighting fixtures to T-8 lamps with electronic ballasts, resulting in increased efficiency and reduced costs
associated with illumination. This project also includes the replacement of spot lights on the exterior of the
structure. . This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/16/1999. It
has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 1403EXT1
REMOVE AND REPLACE GLAZING
Construction
$11,750
The existing single-pane glazing in metal frames is no longer weather-resistive, frames are beginning to rust and are
difficult to operate. They have reached the end of their useful life. This project would provide funding for the
replacement of new double pane safety glazed windows. This project should coincide with the exterior and interior
repairs. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/16/1999. It has
been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.

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Project Index #: 1403PLM1
REPLACE DOMESTIC AND SANITARY WASTE SYSTEM
Construction
$15,500
The sanitary wastewater system is showing signs of deterioration. It was noted that the drains operate slowly.
Deposits within the pipes will cause them to be restricted, which will slow the flow of water. It is recommended the
wastewater system be replaced.
The domestic water that is supplied to the facility has a high mineral content. This has a detrimental effect on the
system. Pipe deterioration is accelerated. Deposits within these pipes restrict water flow as well. It is recommended
this system be replaced concurrently with the drain system.
The water closet and lavatory are reaching the end of their useful life. It is recommended these fixtures be replaced.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/16/1999. It has been
Project Index #: 1403HVA1
REPLACE HEATERS AND AIR CONDITIONER
Construction
$5,000
The heating system appears to be original to the building. The building contains electrical baseboard heaters that no
longer operate. They are using a portable plug in heater to provide heat. The building is cooled by a portable wall
mounted cooler. This project would provide for two packaged HVAC units to be installed including all required
connections to utilities. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated
09/16/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of
04/19/2006.
PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$9,360

Project Index #: 1403LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$9,360
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
This also includes interior applied finishes such as paint, grout, caulking, etc. Special attention should be paid to
areas that are exposed to moisture.

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BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

624
1963
80 % Painted Concrete
20 % Glazing
1
Basement? No
100 % B
%
Precast Concrete and Steel
III-1

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$0
$47,226
$9,360
$56,586

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

Page 40 of 104

$90.68
$499,000
$800
11%

State of Nevada Corrections
COURTHOUSE
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989
1402

COURTHOUSE
BUILDING REPORT
The Courthouse is a stone masonry structure with a single-ply roof membrane. This building is attached to the
Administration/Cell Block building (0094) and is one of the oldest structures on site. The facility still holds all court
proceedings and has an ADA accessible ramp for access but is lacking ADA compliant restrooms and fire
sprinklers. The building is in fair to good shape.
PRIORITY CLASS 1 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 1 Projects:
Currently Critical
Immediate to Two Years

$103,050

Project Index #: 1402ADA1
ADA PROJECTS
Construction
$9,700
The restroom adjacent to the courtroom is not accessible. Grab bars, and proper paper dispensers are necessary to
make it comply. Currently the mirror height in this restroom is 49" above the finished floor. ICC/ANSI A117.1 - 1998
Section 603.3 states: "Mirrors
shall be mounted with the bottom edge of the reflecting surface 40 inches maximum above the floor or ground”.
The existing railing on the accessible ramp that leads to the front door of the courthouse is too low at 29 1/2".
ICCANSI A117.1 - 1998 Section 504.4 states: "Top of gripping surfaces of handrails shall be 34" minimum and 38"
maximum vertically above stair nosing and ramp surfaces."
The existing doors in this facility have locking knob-type door hardware. ICC/ANSI A117.1998 section 404.2.7
requires door handles to have a shape that is easy to grasp with one hand and does not require tight grasping,
pinching or twisting of the wrist to operate.
ICC/ANSI A117.1-1998 section 703 has established building signage criteria for permanent spaces in buildings. The
criteria includes: sign mounting height and locations; character heights and proportions; raised and Braille
characters/pictograms; and sign contrast and finish. The signage in this facility does not comply with these criteria.
This project would provide funding to lower the mirrors, replace the handrail, replace the door knobs to a lever
action and change the signage inside the building and should be done concurrently with the ADA restroom remodel
project. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/08/1999. It has
been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 1402ADA2
ADA RESTROOM REMODEL
Construction
$30,000
The restroom adjacent to the judges' chambers is not accessible. A retrofit is necessary to comply with ICC/ANSI
A117.1 - 1998 Sections 603 - 604 and the 2003 IBC Chapter 11. The room is too small for a proper turning radius; one
wall would have to be moved to expand the area. A residential type cabinet exists with a sink installed; no knee
clearance is present under the cabinet. It is recommended the existing lavatory be removed and an accessible sink
with proper controls be installed. The water closet is also a residential type; an accessible one is recommended here.
The water closet will have to be moved closer to an adjacent wall to comply. Proper dispensers, grab bars, faucet,
mirror, door hardware, etc., is needed.
IBC 2003 Section 1210.2 requires the installation of a hard, non absorbent finish to a height of 4 feet on walls within 2
feet of the sides of urinals and water closets.
This project would provide funding for construction of a unisex accessible restroom. These items may include new
sink, toilet, partitions, hardware, mirrors, fixtures, flooring, painting, and in the installation of a hard, non absorbent
finish in the water closets. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated
09/08/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of
04/19/2006.

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Project Index #: 1402ELE2
ELECTRICAL UPGRADE
Construction
$17,500
The building was constructed before the high demand for electrical services was needed for computers and other
electrical devices. The electrical system with the building has been retrofitted and rewired as the needs of the
agency have changed over the years. This project would provide funding for the entire system be upgraded to meet
the evolving needs of the building. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA
report dated 09/08/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent
survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 1402SFT1
EXIT SIGN & EGRESS LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$1,600
The existing exit signs in this building are older types and should be replaced with new self-illuminated or LED style
signs with battery-backed internal systems. Emergency exit lighting should be installed and/or replaced to provide
illumination along the egress route. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA
report dated 09/08/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent
survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 1402SFT2
FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM INSTALLATION
Construction
$44,250
The building is a B occupancy per the 2003 IBC. Pursuant to the Nevada State Fire Marshal Regulation, NAC
477.915 (c) states, that every building owned or occupied by the state which is designated as a B occupancy, or has
a floor area greater than 12,000 square feet on any floor or 24,000 square feet on all floors or is an R-1 occupancy,
must have sprinklers installed when the building is remodeled or an addition is proposed. This project would
provide funding for the installation of a fire sprinkler system and backflow prevention in the event the building is
remodeled or an addition is undertaken. Also included is a fire detection system including alarms, strobes and
PRIORITY CLASS 2 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 2 Projects:
Necessary - Not Yet Critical
Two to Four Years

$13,275

Project Index #: 1402ELE1
LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$5,900
Existing building lighting fixtures, T-12s, are older fluorescent types and not energy efficient. This project will
upgrade lighting fixtures to T-8s with electronic ballasts, resulting in increased efficiency and reduced costs
associated with illumination. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report
dated 09/08/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey
Project Index #: 1402INT2
REPLACE CARPET
Construction
$7,375
The interior floor covering is mostly carpet and is showing signs of extreme wear. Several areas are worn out and
tears are evident throughout the carpeted areas causing a tripping hazard. This project would replace the existing
broad loom carpet with carpet tile. Carpet tile would allow for future replacement of only those sections of carpet
that are worn or damaged without the need to remove the entire carpeted area.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/08/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the recent survey date of 04/19/2006.

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PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$22,125

Project Index #: 1402LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$22,125
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
This also includes interior applied finishes such as paint, grout, caulking, etc. Special attention should be paid to
areas that are exposed to moisture.
BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

1,475
1868
100 % Stone Masonry
%
1
Basement? No
100 % B
%
Stone Masonry
V-N

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

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$103,050
$13,275
$22,125
$138,450

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

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$93.86
$516,000
$350
27%

State of Nevada Corrections
HOUSING UNIT 11
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989
1401

HOUSING UNIT 11
BUILDING REPORT
Housing Unit 11, also known as a "Hill Unit" is a painted precast concrete structure with a single-ply membrane
roof. It contains inmate cells,showers and a central control room all on two levels. The facility is in need of fire
sprinklers and is not ADA compliant. The building is in fair shape.
PRIORITY CLASS 1 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 1 Projects:
Currently Critical
Immediate to Two Years

$344,125

Project Index #: 1401SFT2
EXIT SIGN & EGRESS LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$5,100
The exit signs in this building are older types or painted on the walls. Illuminated exit signs shall be marked per 2003
IBC Section 1011.1. This project would provide funding to install self-illuminating or LED models with internal
battery backups along all of the required exit pathways. This project or a portion there of was previously
recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed
during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 1401SFT1
FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM INSTALLATION
Construction
$195,025
This building does not have an automatic fire suppression system. The 2003 IBC Chapter 903.2.5 states that "An
automatic sprinkler system shall be provided throughout buildings with a Group I fire area". This building is an I-3
occupancy with sleeping quarters. It must be retrofitted with fire sprinklers during the next remodel or addition. This
project would provide funding for the installation of fire sprinklers including backflow prevention devices. This
project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended
accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 1401PLM3
REPLACE TOILETS AND LAVATORIES
Construction
$144,000
The existing lavatories and toilets in this housing unit are made of vitreous china. These types of fixtures are
damaged and broken frequently; weapons can be made from the broken pieces, which creates a security risk. This
project would provide for the removal of the existing lavatories and toilets and installation of new stainless steel
combination units. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated
09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of
PRIORITY CLASS 2 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 2 Projects:
Necessary - Not Yet Critical
Two to Four Years

$826,574

Project Index #: 1401ELE2
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM UPGRADE
Construction
$234,030
This building was constructed before the high demand for new types of electrical devices were needed. As time
progressed, the buildings' electrical demand has changed. It is utilized to its current maximum potential. The
electrical panels and receptacles are at their limit. It is recommended the entire system be upgraded to meet the
evolving needs of the building.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.

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Project Index #: 1401ELE1
LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$31,204
Existing building lighting fixtures, T-12s, are older fluorescent types and not energy efficient. This project will
upgrade lighting fixtures to T-8s with electronic ballasts, resulting in increased efficiency and reduced costs
associated with illumination. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report
dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey
Project Index #: 1401HVA1
REPLACE AIR HANDLER COMPONENTS
Construction
$30,186
The air handler and related equipment are original to the building (1981) and are failing and have reached the end of
their expected life. This project recommends replacement of all the air handlers, ventilation equipment and exhaust
fans. The work should be performed concurrent with the ceiling tile replacement.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 1401SEC3
REPLACE CONTROL PANEL
Construction
$493,754
The existing control panel appeared to be operating properly but technology has changed, replacement parts are
hard to find for performing routine and emergency maintenance and is reaching the end of its useful life. This could
be a security issue that should be addressed. This project would provide for the replacement of the control panel
including all required connections to the security system and utilities. This project or a portion there of was
previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions
observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 1401PLM2
REPLACE HOT WATER HOLDING TANK
Construction
$3,500
The 120-gallon hot water holding tank is showing signs of wear and deterioration. It appears this appliance is
original to the building and has reached the end of its expected life. This project would provide for the removal and
replacement of the hot water holding tank including all required connections to utilities. This project or a portion
there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to
reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 1401SEC1
REPLACE SECURITY GLAZING
Construction
$30,000
This housing unit is a tiered structure. It house inmates on two floors. One entrance door accesses the building. To
enter the cellblock, inmates pass through a central assembly area. Four sets of double security doors are used to
access the inmate rooms. The glazing in these doors gets broken and damaged frequently and should be replaced
with security glazing.
Security glazing is located in the partition wall between the sally port and the guard station. These windows also
experience damage and should be replaced with safety temper glazing. This project would provide funding for the
purchase and installation of safety glazing. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the
FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most
recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 1401PLM1
REPLACE WATER HEATER
Construction
$3,900
The average life span of a typical gas/oil or electric water heater is eight to ten years. This project would provide for
a new water heater to be installed. It is recommended that a new natural gas appliance be installed for more efficient
use of energy. This estimate includes 100 feet of gas pipe, fittings, couplers, and labor for installation. This project
or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended
accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.

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PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$338,015

Project Index #: 1401LGT0
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$117,015
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
This also includes interior applied finishes such as paint, grout, caulking, etc. Special attention should be paid to
areas that are exposed to moisture.
Project Index #: 1401PLM4
REPLACE DOMESTIC WATER AND SANITARY WASTEWATER
Construction
$221,000
The sanitary wastewater system is showing signs of deterioration, however it was noted that the drains operated
adequately. Because of the deterioration, the system is not working to its full potential. Some of the lines are
original to the building and are in fair to poor condition. The passage of time and constant heavy use are
contributing factors to problems that arise. Deposits within the pipes will cause them to be restricted, which will
slow the flow of water. It is recommended the entire wastewater system be replaced.
The domestic water that is supplied to the facility has a high mineral content. This has a detrimental affect on the
system. Pipe deterioration is accelerated. Deposits within these pipes restrict water flow as well. It is recommended
this system be replaced concurrently with the drain system.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

7,801
1981
100 % Painted Concrete
%
2
Basement? No
100 % I-3
%
Precast Concrete and Steel
II-1 HOUR

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$344,125
$826,574
$338,015
$1,508,714

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

$193.40
$2,730,000
$350
55%

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State of Nevada Corrections
GENERATOR BUILDING
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989
0763

GENERATOR BUILDING
BUILDING REPORT
The Generator Building is a prefabricated insulated steel structure with metal siding and roof. The generator is
located in this building and provides back up power to the prison in case of electrical failure. The Culinary Building
has it's own generator. The faciltiy is in good shape although some erosion has occured along the south side next
PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$13,500

Project Index #: 0763LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$13,500
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
This also includes interior applied finishes such as paint, grout, caulking, etc. Special attention should be paid to
areas that are exposed to moisture.
BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

900
1999
100 % Metal Siding
%
1
Basement? No
100 % F-2
%
Prefabricated Steel Building
II-1 HOUR

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

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$0
$0
$13,500
$13,500

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

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$15.00
$112,000
$125
12%

State of Nevada Corrections
COTTAGE #3 (NSP) LOCATED AT WSCC
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
0120
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989

COTTAGE #3 (NSP) LOCATED AT WSCC
BUILDING REPORT
The Cottage #3 is a stone masonry and wood framed building originally designed as a residence. It has since been
converted to the Armory for Nevada State Prison. It has a new asphalt composition roof and the overall condition
of the building is good.
PRIORITY CLASS 1 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 1 Projects:
Currently Critical
Immediate to Two Years

$2,500

Project Index #: 0120SFT2
SEISMIC GAS SHUT OFF
Construction
$2,500
Agreements reached between the Nevada Risk Management Office and the State of Nevada's Insurance Underwriter
require Seismic Gas Shutoff Valves (SGSV's) on all gas services to all State buildings. This project would install a
SGSV to the gas line serving the building.
PRIORITY CLASS 2 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 2 Projects:
Necessary - Not Yet Critical
Two to Four Years

$4,500

Project Index #: 0120HVA1
HVAC INSTALLATION
Construction
$4,500
The building is currently used as an Armory. It is important to maintain temperature and humidity. The heater
appears to be the original to the building. It is not energy efficient and has reached the end of its useful life. There
is no air-conditioning or way of controlling humidity. This project would provide funding for the design, purchase
and installation of a new HVAC and humidity control unit. This project or a portion there of was previously
recommended in the FCA report dated 08/21/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed
during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$17,670

Project Index #: 0120ELE1
LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$3,720
The existing building lighting fixtures are older luminescent type and are not energy efficient. If this building would
be used for anything other than storage, it is recommended a lighting upgrade be done. This project will upgrade
lighting fixtures to T-8 lamps and electronic ballasts resulting in increased efficiency and reduced costs associated
with illumination. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 08/21/1999.
It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0120LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$13,950
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
This also includes interior applied finishes such as paint, grout, caulking, etc. Special attention should be paid to
areas that are exposed to moisture.
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BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

930
1953
100 % Stone Masonry
%
1
Basement? No
100 % R-3
%
Stone Masonry and Wood
V-N

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$2,500
$4,500
$17,670
$24,670

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

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$26.53
$279,000
$300
9%

State of Nevada Corrections
STORAGE & MAINTENANCE OFFICE
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
0114
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989

STORAGE & MAINTENANCE OFFICE
BUILDING REPORT
The Storage and Maintenance Office is a stone masonry and wood framed structure on a concrete slab-on-grade.
The roofing is corrugated metal. The building contains small office areas, storage areas, a welding area and
restrooms in roughly 3 separate spaces and three different occupancies. The roof has been damaged in the past and
occasionally leaks during inclement weather. The facility is not ADA compliant and does not have a fire protection
system. The structure is in fair shape.
PRIORITY CLASS 1 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 1 Projects:
Currently Critical
Immediate to Two Years

$89,070

Project Index #: 0114SFT3
CONSTRUCT OCCUPANCY SEPARATION WALLS
Construction
$20,000
The building has low hazard storage adjacent to the welding shop. The low hazard storage areas are S-2 occupancy.
The welding shop is H-4 occupancy. The 2003 IBC table 302.3.2 states that where these occupancies are adjacent to
each other a 1-hour occupancy separation wall is required. This project would provide for the construction of a
1-hour occupancy separation walls be constructed on either side of the welding shop. This project or a portion
there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/07/1999. It has been amended accordingly to
reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0114SFT2
EXIT SIGN & EGRESS LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$4,000
The exit signs in this building are older types. Illuminated exit signs shall be marked per 2003 IBC Section 1011.1.
This project would provide funding to install self-illuminating or LED models with internal battery backups along all
of the required exit pathways. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report
dated 09/07/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey
date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0114SFT1
FIRE ALARM SYSTEM INSTALLATION
Construction
$6,570
This building is equipped with an automatic fire detection and alarm system, but the system is antiquated. It is
recommended that the fire detection and alarm system be upgraded. When completed, the new system will provide
visual, as well as audible notification, in accordance with ADA requirements located in ICC/ANSI A117.1- 1998
Section 7. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/07/1999. It has
been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.

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Project Index #: 0114SFT4
FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM INSTALLATION
Construction
$54,750
This building does not have an automatic fire suppression system. We are recommending installation of fire
sprinklers in critical need buildings within the prison enclosure. This project will include a backflow prevention
device as required by state law.
State law regulates connections between public water systems and sources of contaminants which can enter the
system by back pressure or siphonage. Public water systems include supplies, systems for pumping, storage and
treatment and distribution systems.
The NAC 477.915 requires a fire sprinkler system to be installed:
(c) If the building:
(1) Is designated as a B occupancy;
(2) Regardless of occupancy designation, has a floor area which exceeds 12,000 square feet on any floor or
24,000 square feet on all floors, including any mezzanines; or
(3) Is an R-1 or R-2 occupancy,
be scheduled for installation of an automatic fire suppression system during the next remodeling of or addition to
the building. This building contains a B occupancy.
Water purveyors require service backflow prevention immediately after the meter, which isolates the customer's
water system from the distribution system. If fire water or irrigation systems tap directly into the public system,
backflow devices would be necessary on both domestic, irrigation and fire water services.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/07/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0114PLM2
INSTALL 40 GALLON GAS WATER HEATERS
Construction
$3,750
The average life span of a water heater is eight to ten years. With the passage of time and constant use, this unit is
showing signs of wear. It is recommended that a new gas-fired water heater be installed for more efficient use of
energy. This estimate includes: 100 feet of gas pipe, fittings, couplers, and labor for installation. This project or a
portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/07/1999. It has been amended accordingly
to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
PRIORITY CLASS 2 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 2 Projects:
Necessary - Not Yet Critical
Two to Four Years

$112,660

Project Index #: 0114ELE2
ELECTRICAL UPGRADE
Construction
$77,500
This building was constructed before the high demand for new types of electrical devices were needed. As time
progressed the buildings electrical demand has changed. It is utilized to its current maximum potential. The electrical
panels and receptacles are at their limit. It is recommended the entire system be upgraded to meet the evolving
needs of the building. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated
09/07/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of
Project Index #: 0114ELE1
LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$8,760
Existing building lighting fixtures, T-12s, are older fluorescent types and not energy efficient. This project will
upgrade lighting fixtures to T-8s with electronic ballasts, resulting in increased efficiency and reduced costs
associated with illumination. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report
dated 09/07/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey

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Project Index #: 0114HVA1
REPLACE AIR CONDITIONERS WITH EVAPORATIVE COOLERS
Construction
$4,500
Each separate section is cooled by window-mounted air-conditioners. The units are reaching the end of useful live.
With the use and/or occupancy of the each section either being storage, welding or small repairs, an evaporative
cooler would operate more efficient. This project would provide funding for the purchase and installation of three
evaporative coolers including all required connections to utilities. This project or a portion there of was previously
recommended in the FCA report dated 09/07/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed
during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0114EXT1
STONE RE-POINTING
Construction
$21,900
The existing building exterior is unreinforced natural stone that was quarried directly from the correctional facility
site. Some portions of this structure are over 50 years old.
There are numerous areas where the mortar is failing, missing and not sealed properly due the age, settling and
exposure to the weather. This project would provide for the cleaning, repair and re-pointing of the exterior stone
PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$78,850

Project Index #: 0114LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$32,850
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
This also includes interior applied finishes such as paint, grout, caulking, etc. Special attention should be paid to
areas that are exposed to moisture.
Project Index #: 0114PLM1
REPLACE DOMESTIC AND WASTE WATER SYSTEMS
Construction
$46,000
The sanitary wastewater system is showing signs of deterioration. It was noted that the drains operate adequately.
Because of the deterioration, the system is not working to its full potential. Some of the lines are original to the
building and are in fair condition. The passage of time and constant heavy use is a contributing factor to problems
that arise. Deposits within the pipes will cause them to be restricted, which will slow the flow of water. It is
recommended the entire wastewater system be replaced.
The domestic water that is supplied to the facility has a high mineral content. This has a detrimental effect on the
system. Pipe deterioration is accelerated. Deposits within these pipes restrict water flow as well. It is recommended
this system be replaced concurrently with the drain system.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/07/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.

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BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

2,190
1952
90 % Stone Masonry
10 % Painted Wood
1
Basement? No
35 % B
35 % S-2
Stone Masonry and Wood
V-N

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$89,070
$112,660
$78,850
$280,580

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

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$128.12
$548,000
$250
51%

State of Nevada Corrections
INVESTIGATION /OLD WARDENS HOUSE
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
0113
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989

INVESTIGATION /OLD WARDENS HOUSE
BUILDING REPORT
The Old Warden's House is a stone and wood framed structure with a wood shingle roof. It is located on the north
side of the prison outside of the main prison yard. The old residence is in extremely poor shape with damage to the
roof and roof framing, failing decks, broken or damaged doors and windows as well as being infested with pigeons
and rodents. Consideration of either restoration or demolition is strongly advised.
PRIORITY CLASS 1 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 1 Projects:
Currently Critical
Immediate to Two Years

$30,000

Project Index #: 0113STR1
ARCHITECT ASSESSMENT
Construction
$25,000
The Warden’s House was constructed in 1957. Due to its age and historic value, it may be beneficial to have the
building investigated and assessment be done by a License Architect firm to identify deficiencies and problems in
the building. Future recommendations would be based on this report.
Project Index #: 0113EXT2
DISCONTINUE BUILDING USE
Construction
$5,000
The existing Warden’s House is dilapidated and deteriorating. It contains numerous code and safety issues
including, but not limited to an upper level exterior door without a deck or stairway, rodent infestation, broken or
missing doors and windows, possible asbestos contamination and broken or missing electrical fixtures. This project
recommends that the residence be secured by boarding up exterior openings and weather proof the exterior to
prevent further damage. The public/personnel should not be allowed to enter or use this building.
BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

2,880
1957
60 % Stone Masonry
40 % Painted Stucco
2
Basement? Yes
100 % R-3
%
Stone Masonry and Wood
V-N

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$30,000
$0
$0
$30,000

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

$10.42
$1,008,000
$350
3%

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State of Nevada Corrections
COTTAGE #1 (NSP) LOCATED AT WSCC
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
0112
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989

COTTAGE #1 (NSP) LOCATED AT WSCC
BUILDING REPORT
The Cottage #1 is used by the Nevada State Prison (NSP) for storage of files. It is a stone masonry building with an
asphalt composition roof and used to be housing for staff many years ago. The building is located along the
entrance road to Warm Springs Correctional Center east of NSP. The structure is in fair shape.
PRIORITY CLASS 1 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 1 Projects:
Currently Critical
Immediate to Two Years

$7,000

Project Index #: 0112HVA1
REPLACE HEATER, INSTALL EVAPORATIVE COOLER
Construction
$4,500
The building is currently used for storage files. It is important to maintain temperature. The heater appears to be
original to the building. It is not energy efficient and reached the end of its useful life. There is no air-conditioning
or ways of cooling the building. This project would provide funding for the design, purchase and installation of a
new HVAC system. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated
09/16/199. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of
Project Index #: 0112SFT1
SEISMIC GAS SHUT OFF
Construction
$2,500
Agreements reached between the Nevada Risk Management Office and the State of Nevada's Insurance Underwriter
require Seismic Gas Shutoff Valves (SGSV's) on all gas services to all State buildings. This project would install a
SGSV to the gas line serving the building.
PRIORITY CLASS 2 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 2 Projects:
Necessary - Not Yet Critical
Two to Four Years

$3,400

Project Index #: 0112ELE1
LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$3,400
The existing building lighting fixtures are older luminescent type and are not energy efficient. If this building would
be used for anything other than storage, it is recommended a lighting upgrade be done. This project will upgrade
lighting fixtures to T-8 lamps and electronic ballasts resulting in increased efficiency and reduced costs associated
with illumination. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 04/16/1999.
It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$12,750

Project Index #: 0112LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$12,750
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
This also includes interior applied finishes such as paint, grout, caulking, etc. Special attention should be paid to
areas that are exposed to moisture.
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BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

850
1957
100 % Stone Masonry
%
1
Basement? No
100 % R-3
%
Stone Masonry and Wood
V-N

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$7,000
$3,400
$12,750
$23,150

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

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$27.24
$255,000
$300
9%

State of Nevada Corrections
HOUSING UNIT 10/GUN POST #5
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
0110
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989

HOUSING UNIT 10/GUN POST #5
BUILDING REPORT
Housing Unit 10, also known as a "Hill Unit" is a painted precast concrete structure with a single-ply membrane
roof. It contains inmate cells, showers and a central control room all on two levels. Gun Post 5 is on this building
which accesses the gun rail running along the south perimeter of the buildings. The facility is in need of fire
sprinklers and is not ADA compliant. The building is in fair shape.
PRIORITY CLASS 1 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 1 Projects:
Currently Critical
Immediate to Two Years

$130,075

Project Index #: 0110SFT2
EXIT SIGN & EGRESS LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$5,100
The exit signs in this building are older types or painted on the walls. Illuminated exit signs shall be marked per 2003
IBC Section 1011.1. This project would provide funding to install self-illuminating or LED models with internal
battery backups along all of the required exit pathways. This project or a portion there of was previously
recommended in the FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed
during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0110SEC2
EXTERIOR DOOR REPLACEMENT
Construction
$7,000
The existing entry door to the housing unit is original to the building. It is showing signs of wear and deterioration
from constant use and inmate abuse. Due to security concerns and the condition of the door, replacement is
recommended. This project would provide for the removal and disposal of the existing door and replacement with a
new entrance security door including door frame, hardware, security glazing, painting and connections to the
security system as required.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0110SFT1
FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM INSTALLATION
Construction
$117,975
This building does not have an automatic fire suppression system. The 2003 IBC Chapter 903.2.5 states that "An
automatic sprinkler system shall be provided throughout buildings with a Group I fire area". This building is an I-3
occupancy with sleeping quarters. It must be retrofitted with fire sprinklers during the next remodel or addition. This
project would provide funding for the installation of fire sprinklers including backflow prevention devices. This
project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been amended
accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
PRIORITY CLASS 2 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 2 Projects:
Necessary - Not Yet Critical
Two to Four Years

$549,160

Project Index #: 0110EXT2
EXTERIOR FINISHES
Construction
$78,650
It is important to maintain the finish, weather resistance and appearance of the building. The exterior paint is peeling
and the caulking around the windows, flashing, fixtures and other penetrations is failing. This project would provide
for the painting of the exterior of the building. Included in the cost estimate is the sanding, priming, filling in the
cracks, caulking of the windows, flashing, fixtures and all other penetrations that may be required. This building
should be painted within the next two years. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the
FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most
recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
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Project Index #: 0110ELE1
LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$27,527
Existing building lighting fixtures, T-12s, are older fluorescent types and not energy efficient. This project will
upgrade lighting fixtures to T-8s with electronic ballasts, resulting in increased efficiency and reduced costs
associated with illumination. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report
dated 09/17/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey
Project Index #: 0110HVA1
REPLACE AIR HANDLERS / VENTILATION SYSTEM
Construction
$196,625
The air handler and related equipment are original to the building, 1981. They are failing and have reached the end
of their expected life. This project recommends replacement of all the air handlers, ventilation equipment and
exhaust fans.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0110SEC3
REPLACE CELL DOORS
Construction
$192,000
Housing Unit No. 10 was constructed in 1981. The cell doors are original construction. They are damaged from
inmate abuse and constant use and have become a security concern for staff and inmates. This project would
provide for the replacement of the cell doors, pull latches and locks. This project or a portion there of was
previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions
observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0110INT1
REPLACE FLOORING IN GUN POST #5
Construction
$1,000
Attached to the roof of this housing unit is a gun post. The flooring is vinyl composition tile (VCT) and has
deteriorated from constant use, weather and the passage of time. This project would provide for new 12x12 VCT to
be installed. Removal and disposal of the old, damaged tile is included in this estimate.
Project Index #: 0110PLM2
REPLACE HOT WATER HOLDING TANK
Construction
$3,458
The 120-gallon hot water holding tank is showing signs of wear and deterioration. It appears this appliance is
original to the building and has reached the end of its expected life. This project would provide for the removal and
replacement of the hot water holding tank including all required connections to utilities. This project or a portion
there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been amended accordingly to
reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0110SEC1
REPLACE SECURITY GLAZING
Construction
$28,000
This housing unit is a tiered structure. It house inmates on two floors. One entrance door accesses the building.
To enter the cellblock, inmates pass through a central assembly area. Four sets of double security doors are used to
access the inmate rooms. The glazing in these doors gets broken and damaged frequently and should be replaced
with security glazing.
Security glazing is also located in the partition wall between the sally port and the guard station. These windows
also experience damage and should be replaced with safety glazing. This project would provide funding for the
purchase and installation of safety glazing. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the
FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most
recent survey date of 04/19/2006.

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Project Index #: 0110PLM1
REPLACE WATER HEATER
Construction
$3,900
The average life span of a typical gas/oil or electric water heater is eight to ten years. With the passage of time and
constant use, this unit will be reaching the end of its useful life in approximately four to six years. It is recommended
that a new natural gas appliance be installed for more efficient use of energy. This estimate includes 100 feet of gas
pipe, fittings, couplers, and labor for installation. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in
the FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most
recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0110EXT1
REPLACE WINDOWS AND DOORS IN GUN POST 5
Construction
$18,000
The gun post contains two doors and four windows. The seals are broken on several of the windows. Because of
the broken seals, condensation occurs and the windows become fogged between the panes of glass. It is difficult to
see through this fogging. This is a structure that observes inmates, so it is important that the officer has a clear line
of site. A high probability exists that this situation will occur with the remaining windows also.
This project would provide funding for the purchase and installation of new security/safety glazed windows.
The two doors are also showing signs of wear and deterioration. The hardware on one door is damaged from
constant use. This project would provide funding for the purchase and installation of new doors and associated
hardware.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been
PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$1,017,794

Project Index #: 0110ELE2
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM UPGRADE
Construction
$235,950
This building was constructed before the high demand for new types of electrical devices were needed. As time
progressed, the buildings' electrical demand has changed. It is utilized to its current maximum potential. The
electrical panels and receptacles are at their limit. It is recommended the entire system be upgraded to meet the
evolving needs of the building.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0110LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$117,975
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
This also includes interior applied finishes such as paint, grout, caulking, etc. Special attention should be paid to
areas that are exposed to moisture.
Project Index #: 0110SEC4
REPLACE CONTROL PANEL
Construction
$427,919
The existing control panel appeared to be operating properly but technology has changed, replacement parts are
hard to find for performing routine and emergency maintenance and is reaching the end of its useful life. This could
be a security issue that should be addressed. This project would provide for the replacement of the control panel
including all required connections to the security system and utilities. This project or a portion there of was
previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions
observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.

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Project Index #: 0110PLM3
REPLACE DOMESTIC AND WASTE WATER SYSTEMS
Construction
$235,950
The sanitary wastewater system is showing signs of deterioration, however it was noted that the drains operated
adequately. Because of the deterioration, the system is not working to its full potential. Some of the lines are
original to the building and are in fair to poor condition. The passage of time and constant heavy use are
contributing factors to problems that arise. Deposits within the pipes will cause them to be restricted, which will
slow the flow of water. It is recommended the entire wastewater system be replaced.
The domestic water that is supplied to the facility has a high mineral content. This has a detrimental affect on the
system. Pipe deterioration is accelerated. Deposits within these pipes restrict water flow as well. It is recommended
this system be replaced concurrently with the drain system.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

7,865
1981
100 % Painted Concrete
%
2
Basement? No
100 % I-3
%
Precast Concrete and Steel
II-1 HOUR

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$130,075
$549,160
$1,017,794
$1,697,029

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

$215.77
$2,753,000
$350
62%

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State of Nevada Corrections
HOUSING UNIT 09
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989
0109

HOUSING UNIT 09
BUILDING REPORT
Housing Unit 9, also known as a "Hill Unit" is a painted precast concrete structure with a single-ply membrane roof.
It contains inmate cells,showers and a central control room all on two levels. The facility is in need of fire sprinklers
and is not ADA compliant. The building is in fair shape.
PRIORITY CLASS 1 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 1 Projects:
Currently Critical
Immediate to Two Years

$351,125

Project Index #: 0109SFT2
EXIT SIGN & EGRESS LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$5,100
The exit signs in this building are older types or painted on the walls. Illuminated exit signs shall be marked per 2003
IBC Section 1011.1. This project would provide funding to install self-illuminating or LED models with internal
battery backups along all of the required exit pathways. This project or a portion there of was previously
recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed
during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0109SEC2
EXTERIOR DOOR REPLACEMENT
Construction
$7,000
The existing entry door to the housing unit is original to the building. It is showing signs of wear and deterioration
from constant use and inmate abuse. Due to security concerns and the condition of the door, replacement is
recommended. This project would provide for the removal and disposal of the existing door and replacement with a
new entrance security door including door frame, hardware, security glazing, painting and connections to the
security system as required.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0109SFT1
FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM INSTALLATION
Construction
$195,025
This building does not have an automatic fire suppression system. The 2003 IBC Chapter 903.2.5 states that "An
automatic sprinkler system shall be provided throughout buildings with a Group I fire area". This building is an I-3
occupancy with sleeping quarters. It must be retrofitted with fire sprinklers during the next remodel or addition. This
project would provide funding for the installation of fire sprinklers including backflow prevention devices. This
project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended
accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0109PLM3
REPLACE WATERCLOSETS AND LAVATORIES
Construction
$144,000
The existing lavatories and water closets in this housing unit are made of vitreous china. These types of fixtures are
damaged and broken frequently; weapons can be made from the broken pieces, which creates a security risk.
Stainless steel units are more durable and are recommended to be installed. This project or a portion there of was
previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions
observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.

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PRIORITY CLASS 2 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 2 Projects:
Necessary - Not Yet Critical
Two to Four Years

$981,570

Project Index #: 0109ELE2
ELECTRICAL UPGRADE
Construction
$234,030
This building was constructed before the high demand for new types of electrical devices were needed. As time
progressed, the buildings' electrical demand has changed. It is utilized to its current maximum potential. The
electrical panels and receptacles are at their limit. It is recommended the entire system be upgraded to meet the
evolving needs of the building. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report
dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey
Project Index #: 0109ELE1
LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$27,303
Existing building lighting fixtures, T-12s, are older fluorescent types and not energy efficient. This project will
upgrade lighting fixtures to T-8s with electronic ballasts, resulting in increased efficiency and reduced costs
associated with illumination. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report
dated 09/17/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey
Project Index #: 0109HVA1
REPLACE AIR HANDLERS / VENTILATION SYSTEM
Construction
$195,025
The air handler and related equipment are original to the building, 1981. They are failing and have reached the end
of their expected life. This project recommends replacement of all the air handlers, ventilation equipment and
exhaust fans.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0109SEC4
REPLACE CONTROL PANEL
Construction
$493,754
The existing control panel appeared to be operating properly but technology has changed, replacement parts are
hard to find for performing routine and emergency maintenance and is reaching the end of its useful life. This could
be a security issue that should be addressed. This project would provide for the replacement of the control panel
including all required connections to the security system and utilities. This project or a portion there of was
previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions
observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0109PLM2
REPLACE HOT WATER HOLDING TANK
Construction
$3,458
The 120-gallon hot water holding tank is showing signs of wear and deterioration. It appears this appliance is
original to the building and has reached the end of its expected life. This project would provide for the removal and
replacement of the hot water holding tank including all required connections to utilities. This project or a portion
there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to
reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0109SEC1
REPLACE SECURITY GLAZING
Construction
$28,000
This housing unit is a tiered structure. It house inmates on two floors. One entrance door accesses the building.
To enter the cellblock, inmates pass through a central assembly area. Four sets of double security doors are used to
access the inmate rooms. The glazing in these doors gets broken and damaged frequently and should be replaced
with security glazing.
Security glazing is also located in the partition wall between the sally port and the guard station. These windows
also experience damage and should be replaced with safety glazing. This project would provide funding for the
purchase and installation of safety glazing. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the
FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most
recent survey date of 04/19/2006.

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PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$432,955

Project Index #: 0109EXT1
EXTERIOR FINISHES
Construction
$78,010
It is important to maintain the finish, weather resistance and appearance of the building. The exterior paint is peeling;
the caulking around the windows, flashing, fixtures and other penetrations is failing. This project would provide
funding for the painting of the exterior of the building. Including in the cost is the sanding, priming, filling in the
crack, caulking of the windows, flashing, fixtures and all other penetrations. This project or a portion there of was
previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions
observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0109LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$117,015
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
This also includes interior applied finishes such as paint, grout, caulking, etc. Special attention should be paid to
areas that are exposed to moisture.
Project Index #: 0109PLM4
REPLACE DOMESTIC AND WASTE WATER SYSTEMS
Construction
$234,030
The sanitary wastewater system is showing signs of deterioration, however it was noted that the drains operated
adequately. Because of the deterioration, the system is not working to its full potential. Some of the lines are
original to the building and are in fair to poor condition. The passage of time and constant heavy use are
contributing factors to problems that arise. Deposits within the pipes will cause them to be restricted, which will
slow the flow of water. It is recommended the entire wastewater system be replaced.
The domestic water that is supplied to the facility has a high mineral content. This has a detrimental affect on the
system. Pipe deterioration is accelerated. Deposits within these pipes restrict water flow as well. It is recommended
this system be replaced concurrently with the drain system.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0109PLM1
REPLACE WATER HEATER
Construction
$3,900
The average life span of a typical gas/oil or electric water heater is eight to ten years. With the passage of time and
constant use, this unit will be reaching the end of its useful life in approximately six to ten years. It is recommended
that a new natural gas appliance be installed for more efficient use of energy. This estimate includes 100 feet of gas
pipe, fittings, couplers, and labor for installation. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in
the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most
recent survey date of 04/19/2006.

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BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

7,801
1981
100 % Painted Concrete
%
2
Basement? No
100 % I-3
%
Precast Concrete and Steel
II-1 HOUR

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

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$351,125
$981,570
$432,955
$1,765,650

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

$226.34
$2,730,000
$350
65%

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State of Nevada Corrections
HOUSING UNIT 08
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989
0108

HOUSING UNIT 08
BUILDING REPORT
Housing Unit 8, also known as a "Hill Unit" is a painted precast concrete structure with a single-ply membrane roof.
It contains inmate cells,showers and a central control room all on two levels. The facility is in need of fire sprinklers
and is not ADA compliant. The building is in fair shape.
PRIORITY CLASS 1 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 1 Projects:
Currently Critical
Immediate to Two Years

$351,125

Project Index #: 0108SFT2
EXIT SIGN & EGRESS LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$5,100
The exit signs in this building are older types or painted on the walls. Illuminated exit signs shall be marked per 2003
IBC Section 1011.1. This project would provide funding to install self-illuminating or LED models with internal
battery backups along all of the required exit pathways. This project or a portion there of was previously
recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed
during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0108SEC2
EXTERIOR DOOR REPLACEMENT
Construction
$7,000
The existing entry door to the housing unit is original to the building. It is showing signs of wear and deterioration
from constant use and inmate abuse. Due to security concerns and the condition of the door, replacement is
recommended. This project would provide for the removal and disposal of the existing door and replacement with a
new entrance security door including door frame, hardware, security glazing, painting and connections to the
security system as required.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0108SFT1
FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM INSTALLATION
Construction
$195,025
This building does not have an automatic fire suppression system. The 2003 IBC Chapter 903.2.5 states that "An
automatic sprinkler system shall be provided throughout buildings with a Group I fire area". This building is an I-3
occupancy with sleeping quarters. It must be retrofitted with fire sprinklers during the next remodel or addition. This
project would provide funding for the installation of fire sprinklers including backflow prevention devices. This
project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended
accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0108PLM3
REPLACE WATERCLOSETS AND LAVATORIES
Construction
$144,000
The existing lavatories and water closets in this housing unit are made of vitreous china. These types of fixtures are
damaged and broken frequently; weapons can be made from the broken pieces, which creates a security risk.
Stainless steel units are more durable and are recommended to be installed. This project or a portion there of was
previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions
observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.

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PRIORITY CLASS 2 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 2 Projects:
Necessary - Not Yet Critical
Two to Four Years

$1,107,777

Project Index #: 0108ELE2
ELECTRICAL UPGRADE
Construction
$234,030
This building was constructed before the high demand for new types of electrical devices were needed. As time
progressed, the buildings' electrical demand has changed. It is utilized to its current maximum potential. The
electrical panels and receptacles are at their limit. It is recommended the entire system be upgraded to meet the
evolving needs of the building. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report
dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey
Project Index #: 0108ELE1
LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$27,303
Existing building lighting fixtures, T-12s, are older fluorescent types and not energy efficient. This project will
upgrade lighting fixtures to T-8s with electronic ballasts, resulting in increased efficiency and reduced costs
associated with illumination. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report
dated 09/17/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey
Project Index #: 0108HVA1
REPLACE AIR HANDLERS / VENTILATION SYSTEM
Construction
$195,025
The air handler and related equipment are original to the building, 1981. They are failing and have reached the end
of their expected life. This project recommends replacement of all the air handlers, ventilation equipment and
exhaust fans.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0108SEC3
REPLACE CELL DOORS
Construction
$192,000
Housing Unit No. 10 was constructed in 1981. The cell doors are original construction. They are damaged from
inmate abuse and constant use and have become a security concern for staff and inmates. This project would
provide for the replacement of the cell doors, pull latches and locks. This project or a portion there of was
previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions
observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0108SEC4
REPLACE CONTROL PANEL
Construction
$427,919
The existing control panel appeared to be operating properly but technology has changed, replacement parts are
hard to find for performing routine and emergency maintenance and is reaching the end of its useful life. This could
be a security issue that should be addressed. This project would provide for the replacement of the control panel
including all required connections to the security system and utilities. This project or a portion there of was
previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions
observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0108PLM2
REPLACE HOT WATER HOLDING TANK
Construction
$3,500
The 120-gallon hot water holding tank is showing signs of wear and deterioration. It appears this appliance is
original to the building and has reached the end of its expected life. This project would provide for the removal and
replacement of the hot water holding tank including all required connections to utilities. This project or a portion
there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to
reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.

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Project Index #: 0108SEC1
REPLACE SECURITY GLAZING
Construction
$28,000
This housing unit is a tiered structure. It house inmates on two floors. One entrance door accesses the building.
To enter the cellblock, inmates pass through a central assembly area. Four sets of double security doors are used to
access the inmate rooms. The glazing in these doors gets broken and damaged frequently and should be replaced
with security glazing.
Security glazing is also located in the partition wall between the sally port and the guard station. These windows
also experience damage and should be replaced with safety glazing. This project would provide funding for the
purchase and installation of safety glazing. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the
FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most
recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$432,955

Project Index #: 0108EXT1
EXTERIOR FINISHES
Construction
$78,010
It is important to maintain the finish, weather resistance and appearance of the building. The exterior paint is peeling;
the caulking around the windows, flashing, fixtures and other penetrations is failing. This project would provide
funding for the painting of the exterior of the building. Including in the cost is the sanding, priming, filling in the
crack, caulking of the windows, flashing, fixtures and all other penetrations. This project or a portion there of was
previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions
observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0108LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$117,015
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
This also includes interior applied finishes such as paint, grout, caulking, etc. Special attention should be paid to
areas that are exposed to moisture.
Project Index #: 0108PLM4
REPLACE DOMESTIC WATER AND SANITARY WASTEWATER
Construction
$234,030
The sanitary wastewater system is showing signs of deterioration, however it was noted that the drains operated
adequately. Because of the deterioration, the system is not working to its full potential. Some of the lines are
original to the building and are in fair to poor condition. The passage of time and constant heavy use are
contributing factors to problems that arise. Deposits within the pipes will cause them to be restricted, which will
slow the flow of water. It is recommended the entire wastewater system be replaced.
The domestic water that is supplied to the facility has a high mineral content. This has a detrimental affect on the
system. Pipe deterioration is accelerated. Deposits within these pipes restrict water flow as well. It is recommended
this system be replaced concurrently with the drain system.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.

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Project Index #: 0108PLM1
REPLACE WATER HEATER
Construction
$3,900
The average life span of a typical gas/oil or electric water heater is eight to ten years. With the passage of time and
constant use, this unit will be reaching the end of its useful life in approximately six to ten years. It is recommended
that a new natural gas appliance be installed for more efficient use of energy. This estimate includes 100 feet of gas
pipe, fittings, couplers, and labor for installation. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in
the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most
recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

7,801
1981
100 % Painted Concrete
%
2
Basement? No
100 % I-3
%
Precast Concrete and Steel
II-1 HOUR

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$351,125
$1,107,777
$432,955
$1,891,857

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

$242.51
$2,730,000
$350
69%

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State of Nevada Corrections
HOUSING UNIT 07
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989
0107

HOUSING UNIT 07
BUILDING REPORT
Housing Unit 7, also known as a "Hill Unit" is a painted precast concrete structure with a single-ply membrane roof.
It contains inmate cells,showers and a central control room all on two levels. The facility is in need of fire sprinklers
and is not ADA compliant. The building is in fair shape.
PRIORITY CLASS 1 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 1 Projects:
Currently Critical
Immediate to Two Years

$351,125

Project Index #: 0107SFT2
EXIT SIGN & EGRESS LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$5,100
The exit signs in this building are older types or painted on the walls. Illuminated exit signs shall be marked per 2003
IBC Section 1011.1. This project would provide funding to install self-illuminating or LED models with internal
battery backups along all of the required exit pathways. This project or a portion there of was previously
recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed
during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0107SEC2
EXTERIOR DOOR REPLACEMENT
Construction
$7,000
The existing entry door to the housing unit is original to the building. It is showing signs of wear and deterioration
from constant use and inmate abuse. Due to security concerns and the condition of the door, replacement is
recommended. This project would provide for the removal and disposal of the existing door and replacement with a
new entrance security door including door frame, hardware, security glazing, painting and connections to the
security system as required.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0107SFT1
FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM INSTALLATION
Construction
$195,025
This building does not have an automatic fire suppression system. The 2003 IBC Chapter 903.2.5 states that "An
automatic sprinkler system shall be provided throughout buildings with a Group I fire area". This building is an I-3
occupancy with sleeping quarters. It must be retrofitted with fire sprinklers during the next remodel or addition. This
project would provide funding for the installation of fire sprinklers including backflow prevention devices. This
project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended
accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0107PLM3
REPLACE WATERCLOSETS AND LAVATORIES
Construction
$144,000
The existing lavatories and water closets in this housing unit are made of vitreous china. These types of fixtures are
damaged and broken frequently; weapons can be made from the broken pieces, which creates a security risk.
Stainless steel units are more durable and are recommended to be installed. This project or a portion there of was
previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions
observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.

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PRIORITY CLASS 2 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 2 Projects:
Necessary - Not Yet Critical
Two to Four Years

$1,107,777

Project Index #: 0107ELE2
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM UPGRADE
Construction
$234,030
This building was constructed before the high demand for new types of electrical devices were needed. As time
progressed, the buildings' electrical demand has changed. It is utilized to its current maximum potential. The
electrical panels and receptacles are at their limit. It is recommended the entire system be upgraded to meet the
evolving needs of the building. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report
dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey
Project Index #: 0107ELE1
LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$27,303
Existing building lighting fixtures, T-12s, are older fluorescent types and not energy efficient. This project will
upgrade lighting fixtures to T-8s with electronic ballasts, resulting in increased efficiency and reduced costs
associated with illumination. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report
dated 09/17/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey
Project Index #: 0107HVA1
REPLACE AIR HANDLERS / VENTILATION SYSTEM
Construction
$195,025
The air handler and related equipment are original to the building, 1981. They are failing and have reached the end
of their expected life. This project recommends replacement of all the air handlers, ventilation equipment and
exhaust fans.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0107SEC3
REPLACE CELL DOORS
Construction
$192,000
Housing Unit No. 7 was constructed in 1981. The cell doors are original construction. They are damaged from
inmate abuse and constant use and have become a security concern for staff and inmates. This project would
provide for the replacement of the cell doors, pull latches and locks. This project or a portion there of was
previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions
observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0107SEC4
REPLACE CONTROL PANEL
Construction
$427,919
The existing control panel appeared to be operating properly but technology has changed, replacement parts are
hard to find for performing routine and emergency maintenance and is reaching the end of its useful life. This could
be a security issue that should be addressed. This project would provide for the replacement of the control panel
including all required connections to the security system and utilities. This project or a portion there of was
previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions
observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0107PLM2
REPLACE HOT WATER HOLDING TANK
Construction
$3,500
The 120-gallon hot water holding tank is showing signs of wear and deterioration. It appears this appliance is
original to the building and has reached the end of its expected life. This project would provide for the removal and
replacement of the hot water holding tank including all required connections to utilities. This project or a portion
there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to
reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.

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Project Index #: 0107SEC1
REPLACE SECURITY GLAZING
Construction
$28,000
This housing unit is a tiered structure. It house inmates on two floors. One entrance door accesses the building.
To enter the cellblock, inmates pass through a central assembly area. Four sets of double security doors are used to
access the inmate rooms. The glazing in these doors gets broken and damaged frequently and should be replaced
with security glazing.
Security glazing is also located in the partition wall between the sally port and the guard station. These windows
also experience damage and should be replaced with safety glazing. This project would provide funding for the
purchase and installation of safety glazing. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the
FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most
recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$432,955

Project Index #: 0107EXT1
EXTERIOR FINISHES
Construction
$78,010
It is important to maintain the finish, weather resistance and appearance of the building. The exterior paint is peeling;
the caulking around the windows, flashing, fixtures and other penetrations is failing. This project would provide
funding for the painting of the exterior of the building. Including in the cost is the sanding, priming, filling in the
crack, caulking of the windows, flashing, fixtures and all other penetrations. This project or a portion there of was
previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions
observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0107LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$117,015
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
This also includes interior applied finishes such as paint, grout, caulking, etc. Special attention should be paid to
areas that are exposed to moisture.
Project Index #: 0107PLM4
REPLACE DOMESTIC AND WASTE WATER SYSTEMS
Construction
$234,030
The sanitary wastewater system is showing signs of deterioration, however it was noted that the drains operated
adequately. Because of the deterioration, the system is not working to its full potential. Some of the lines are
original to the building and are in fair to poor condition. The passage of time and constant heavy use are
contributing factors to problems that arise. Deposits within the pipes will cause them to be restricted, which will
slow the flow of water. It is recommended the entire wastewater system be replaced.
The domestic water that is supplied to the facility has a high mineral content. This has a detrimental affect on the
system. Pipe deterioration is accelerated. Deposits within these pipes restrict water flow as well. It is recommended
this system be replaced concurrently with the drain system.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.

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Project Index #: 0107PLM1
REPLACE WATER HEATER
Construction
$3,900
The average life span of a typical gas/oil or electric water heater is eight to ten years. With the passage of time and
constant use, this unit will be reaching the end of its useful life in approximately six to ten years. It is recommended
that a new natural gas appliance be installed for more efficient use of energy. This estimate includes 100 feet of gas
pipe, fittings, couplers, and labor for installation. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in
the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most
recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

7,801
1981
100 % Painted Concrete
%
2
Basement? No
100 % I-3
%
Precast Concrete and Steel
II-1 HOUR

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$351,125
$1,107,777
$432,955
$1,891,857

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

$242.51
$2,730,000
$350
69%

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State of Nevada Corrections
HOUSING UNIT 06
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989
0106

HOUSING UNIT 06
BUILDING REPORT
Housing Unit 6, also known as a "Hill Unit" is a painted precast concrete structure with a single-ply membrane roof.
It contains inmate cells, showers and a central control room all on two levels. The facility is in need of fire
sprinklers and is not ADA compliant. The building is in fair shape.
PRIORITY CLASS 1 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 1 Projects:
Currently Critical
Immediate to Two Years

$129,115

Project Index #: 0106SFT2
EXIT SIGN & EGRESS LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$5,100
The exit signs in this building are older types or painted on the walls. Illuminated exit signs shall be marked per 2003
IBC Section 1011.1. This project would provide funding to install self-illuminating or LED models with internal
battery backups along all of the required exit pathways. This project or a portion there of was previously
recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed
during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0106SEC2
EXTERIOR DOOR REPLACEMENT
Construction
$7,000
The existing entry door to the housing unit is original to the building. It is showing signs of wear and deterioration
from constant use and inmate abuse. Due to security concerns and the condition of the door, replacement is
recommended. This project would provide for the removal and disposal of the existing door and replacement with a
new entrance security door including door frame, hardware, security glazing, painting and connections to the
security system as required.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0106SFT1
FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM INSTALLATION
Construction
$117,015
This building does not have an automatic fire suppression system. The 2003 IBC Chapter 903.2.5 states that "An
automatic sprinkler system shall be provided throughout buildings with a Group I fire area". This building is an I-3
occupancy with sleeping quarters. It must be retrofitted with fire sprinklers during the next remodel or addition. This
project would provide funding for the installation of fire sprinklers including backflow prevention devices. This
project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been amended
accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
PRIORITY CLASS 2 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 2 Projects:
Necessary - Not Yet Critical
Two to Four Years

$1,107,777

Project Index #: 0106ELE2
ELECTRICAL UPGRADE
Construction
$234,030
This building was constructed before the high demand for new types of electrical devices were needed. As time
progressed, the buildings' electrical demand has changed. It is utilized to its current maximum potential. The
electrical panels and receptacles are at their limit. It is recommended the entire system be upgraded to meet the
evolving needs of the building. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report
dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey

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Project Index #: 0106ELE1
LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$27,303
Existing building lighting fixtures, T-12s, are older fluorescent types and not energy efficient. This project will
upgrade lighting fixtures to T-8s with electronic ballasts, resulting in increased efficiency and reduced costs
associated with illumination. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report
dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey
Project Index #: 0106HVA1
REPLACE AIR HANDLERS / VENTILATION SYSTEM
Construction
$195,025
The air handler and related equipment are original to the building, 1981. They are failing and have reached the end
of their expected life. This project recommends replacement of all the air handlers, ventilation equipment and
exhaust fans.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0106SEC3
REPLACE CELL DOORS
Construction
$192,000
Housing Unit No. 6 was constructed in 1981. The cell doors are original construction. They are damaged from
inmate abuse and constant use and have become a security concern for staff and inmates. This project would
provide for the replacement of the cell doors, pull latches and locks. This project or a portion there of was
previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions
observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0106SEC4
REPLACE CONTROL PANEL
Construction
$427,919
The existing control panel appeared to be operating properly but technology has changed, replacement parts are
hard to find for performing routine and emergency maintenance and is reaching the end of its useful life. This could
be a security issue that should be addressed. This project would provide for the replacement of the control panel
including all required connections to the security system and utilities. This project or a portion there of was
previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions
observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0106PLM2
REPLACE HOT WATER HOLDING TANK
Construction
$3,500
The 120-gallon hot water holding tank is showing signs of wear and deterioration. It appears this appliance is
original to the building and has reached the end of its expected life. This project would provide for the removal and
replacement of the hot water holding tank including all required connections to utilities. This project or a portion
there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to
reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0106SEC1
REPLACE SECURITY GLAZING
Construction
$28,000
This housing unit is a tiered structure. It house inmates on two floors. One entrance door accesses the building.
To enter the cellblock, inmates pass through a central assembly area. Four sets of double security doors are used to
access the inmate rooms. The glazing in these doors gets broken and damaged frequently and should be replaced
with security glazing.
Security glazing is also located in the partition wall between the sally port and the guard station. These windows
also experience damage and should be replaced with safety glazing. This project would provide funding for the
purchase and installation of safety glazing. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the
FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most
recent survey date of 04/19/2006.

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PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$432,955

Project Index #: 0106EXT1
EXTERIOR FINISHES
Construction
$78,010
It is important to maintain the finish, weather resistance and appearance of the building. The exterior paint is peeling;
the caulking around the windows, flashing, fixtures and other penetrations is failing. This project would provide
funding for the painting of the exterior of the building. Including in the cost is the sanding, priming, filling in the
crack, caulking of the windows, flashing, fixtures and all other penetrations. This project or a portion there of was
previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions
observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0106LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$117,015
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
This also includes interior applied finishes such as paint, grout, caulking, etc. Special attention should be paid to
areas that are exposed to moisture.
Project Index #: 0106PLM4
REPLACE DOMESTIC AND WASTE WATER SYSTEMS
Construction
$234,030
The sanitary wastewater system is showing signs of deterioration, however it was noted that the drains operated
adequately. Because of the deterioration, the system is not working to its full potential. Some of the lines are
original to the building and are in fair to poor condition. The passage of time and constant heavy use are
contributing factors to problems that arise. Deposits within the pipes will cause them to be restricted, which will
slow the flow of water. It is recommended the entire wastewater system be replaced.
The domestic water that is supplied to the facility has a high mineral content. This has a detrimental affect on the
system. Pipe deterioration is accelerated. Deposits within these pipes restrict water flow as well. It is recommended
this system be replaced concurrently with the drain system.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0106PLM1
REPLACE WATER HEATER
Construction
$3,900
The average life span of a typical gas/oil or electric water heater is eight to ten years. With the passage of time and
constant use, this unit will be reaching the end of its useful life in approximately four to six years. It is recommended
that a new natural gas appliance be installed for more efficient use of energy. This estimate includes 100 feet of gas
pipe, fittings, couplers, and labor for installation. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in
the FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most
recent survey date of 04/19/2006.

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BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

7,801
1981
100 % Painted concrete
%
2
Basement? No
100 % I-3
%
Precast Concrete and Steel
II-1 HOUR

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$129,115
$1,107,777
$432,955
$1,669,847

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

$214.06
$2,730,000
$350
61%

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State of Nevada Corrections
HOUSING UNIT 12
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989
0105

HOUSING UNIT 12
BUILDING REPORT
Housing Unit 12, also known as a "Hill Unit" is a painted precast concrete structure with a single-ply membrane
roof. It contains inmate cells, showers and a central control room all on two levels. This housing unit has fire
sprinklers but the system is old. The building is in fair shape.
PRIORITY CLASS 1 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 1 Projects:
Currently Critical
Immediate to Two Years

$5,100

Project Index #: 0105SFT1
EXIT SIGN & EGRESS LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$5,100
The exit signs in this building are older types or painted on the walls. Illuminated exit signs shall be marked per 2003
IBC Section 1011.1. This project would provide funding to install self-illuminating or LED models with internal
battery backups along all of the required exit pathways. This project or a portion there of was previously
recommended in the FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed
during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
PRIORITY CLASS 2 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 2 Projects:
Necessary - Not Yet Critical
Two to Four Years

$726,988

Project Index #: 0105EXT2
EXTERIOR FINISHES
Construction
$79,310
It is important to maintain the finish, weather resistance and appearance of the building. The exterior paint is peeling
and the caulking around the windows, flashing, fixtures and other penetrations is failing. This project would provide
for the painting of the exterior of the building. Included in the cost estimate is the sanding, priming, filling in the
cracks, caulking of the windows, flashing, fixtures and all other penetrations that may be required. This building
should be painted within the next two years. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the
FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most
recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0105ELE1
LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$27,759
Existing building lighting fixtures, T-12s, are older fluorescent types and not energy efficient. This project will
upgrade lighting fixtures to T-8s with electronic ballasts, resulting in increased efficiency and reduced costs
associated with illumination. Existing building lighting fixtures, T-12s, are older fluorescent types and not energy
efficient. This project will upgrade lighting fixtures to T-8s with electronic ballasts, resulting in increased efficiency
and reduced costs associated with illumination. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in
the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most
recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0105SEC1
REPLACE CELL DOORS
Construction
$192,000
Housing Unit No. 12 was constructed in 1981. The cell doors are original construction. They are damaged from
inmate abuse and constant use and have become a security concern for staff and inmates. This project would
provide for the replacement of the cell doors, pull latches and locks. This project or a portion there of was
previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions
observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.

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Project Index #: 0105SEC4
REPLACE CONTROL PANEL
Construction
$427,919
The existing control panel appeared to be operating properly but technology has changed, replacement parts are
hard to find for performing routine and emergency maintenance and is reaching the end of its useful life. This could
be a security issue that should be addressed. This project would provide for the replacement of the control panel
including all required connections to the security system and utilities. This project or a portion there of was
previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions
observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$356,895

Project Index #: 0105LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$118,965
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
This also includes interior applied finishes such as paint, grout, caulking, etc. Special attention should be paid to
areas that are exposed to moisture.
Project Index #: 0105PLM2
REPLACE DOMESTIC AND WASTE WATER SYSTEMS
Construction
$237,930
The sanitary wastewater system is showing signs of deterioration, however it was noted that the drains operated
adequately. Because of the deterioration, the system is not working to its full potential. Some of the lines are
original to the building and are in fair to poor condition. The passage of time and constant heavy use are
contributing factors to problems that arise. Deposits within the pipes will cause them to be restricted, which will
slow the flow of water. It is recommended the entire wastewater system be replaced.
The domestic water that is supplied to the facility has a high mineral content. This has a detrimental affect on the
system. Pipe deterioration is accelerated. Deposits within these pipes restrict water flow as well. It is recommended
this system be replaced concurrently with the drain system.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/17/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.

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BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

7,931
1982
100 % Precast Concrete
%
2
Basement? No
100 % I-3
%
Precast Concrete and Steel
I-FR

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$5,100
$726,988
$356,895
$1,088,983

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

$137.31
$2,776,000
$350
39%

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State of Nevada Corrections
CULINARY/DINING HALL
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989
0103

CULINARY/DINING HALL
BUILDING REPORT
The Culinary / Dining Hall is a concrete masonry unit structure with a single-ply membrane roof. The building
contains the food preparation, storage and dining services for the prison. The floor in the food preparation area is
tile, vinyl composition tile in the dining rood and concrete in the storage areas. There are fire sprinklers and an
ansul system present in the building. It is not ADA compliant. The facility is in fair shape.
PRIORITY CLASS 1 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 1 Projects:
Currently Critical
Immediate to Two Years

$15,000

Project Index #: 0103SFT3
ELECTRICAL ENGINEER STUDY
Construction
$3,000
When an electrical power failure occurs, someone has to go outside and manually activate the back-up generator
switching gear to supply electrical power to the building. This causes a safety concern for staff and inmates during
power outages. This project would provide for an investigation and assessment to be performed by a Licensed
Electrical Engineer to assess the existing equipment and generator. Future projects may result from the findings in
Project Index #: 0103SFT1
EXIT SIGN & EGRESS LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$3,200
The exit signs in this building are older types or painted on the walls. Illuminated exit signs shall be marked per 2003
IBC Section 1011.1. This project would provide funding to install self-illuminating or LED models with internal
battery backups along all of the required exit pathways. This project or a portion there of was previously
recommended in the FCA report dated 09/08/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed
during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0103INT3
REPAIR WALLS IN DISHWASHING AREA
Construction
$8,800
The dishwashing area has a large room where carts and other large items are washed. The walls are CMU and the
ceiling is gypsum board. This room is severely damage and deteriorating from moisture and water overspray. This
project would provide for the installation of fiberglass reinforced panels (FRP) on the walls, and an epoxy based
paint on the ceiling. Prior to painting all damaged surfaces should be repaired and prepped for paint as required.
PRIORITY CLASS 2 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 2 Projects:
Necessary - Not Yet Critical
Two to Four Years

$240,279

Project Index #: 0103EXT1
EXTERIOR FINISHES
Construction
$113,340
It is important to maintain the finish, weather resistance and appearance of the building. The exterior finishes are
faded and damaged to a point where the concrete is showing wear and deterioration. This project would provide
funding for the exterior building envelope other than the roof, including painting, staining, or other applied finishes
and caulking around windows, flashing, fixtures and other penetrations. The exterior of the building should be
painted in the next two years. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report
dated 09/08/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey

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Project Index #: 0103INT1
INTERIOR FINISHES
Construction
$56,670
The interior finishes are in poor condition from age and abuse. Most cyclical maintenance programs for applied
finishes typically recommend repainting every 6 to 7 years. This project would provide for painting the interior of
the building. Prior to painting all damaged surfaces should be repaired and prepped. An epoxy based paint should
be utilized in all wet areas for sanitary as well as durability reasons. The interior of this building should be painted in
the next two years. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated
09/08/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of
Project Index #: 0103ELE1
LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$39,669
Existing building lighting fixtures, T-12s, are older fluorescent types and not energy efficient. This project will
upgrade lighting fixtures to T-8s with electronic ballasts, resulting in increased efficiency and reduced costs
associated with illumination. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report
dated 09/08/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey
Project Index #: 0103INT2
RESEAL FLOORING IN DINING ROOM
Construction
$30,600
The flooring system in the dining area needs to be resealed. A significant amount of foot traffic goes though this
building daily and deterioration is occurring. It is showing signs of wear from constant use. This project would
provide for the floor to be ground, patched and resealed with an epoxy resin for ongoing upkeep and maintenance.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/08/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$170,010

Project Index #: 0103LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$170,010
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
This also includes interior applied finishes such as paint, grout, caulking, etc. Special attention should be paid to
areas that are exposed to moisture.

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BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

11,334
1966
100 % Painted CMU
%
1
Basement? No
60 % A-3
40 % B
Concrete Masonry and Steel
II-1 HOUR

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$15,000
$240,279
$170,010
$425,289

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

$37.52
$3,967,000
$350
11%

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State of Nevada Corrections
OLD BUTCHERS SHOP
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989
0102

OLD BUTCHERS SHOP
BUILDING REPORT
The Old Butcher's Shop is a stome masonry structure with a concrete roof. Located north of the main prison, the
building has not been used for decades and is infested with birds and rodents. The facility is in poor shape.
PRIORITY CLASS 1 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 1 Projects:
Currently Critical
Immediate to Two Years

$3,000

Project Index #: 0102EXT2
DEMOLISH OLD BUTCHERS SHOP
Construction
$3,000
The Old Butchers Shop contains numerous code and safety issues including but not limited to rodent infestation,
missing windows and doors, and possible structural deficiencies. Also, the building is located outside of the secure
area of the prison and could be accessed by the public. The building is dilapidated and deteriorating and has
reached the end of its useful life. This project would provide funding for the demolition of the building. The
sandstone masonry has historic value and should be salvaged for future renovations.
BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

300
1868
100 % STONE
%
1
Basement? No
100 % U-1
%
Stone Masonry and Concrete
V-N

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$3,000
$0
$0
$3,000

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

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$10.00
$38,000
$125
8%

State of Nevada Corrections
WATER TANK STORAGE
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989
0101

WATER TANK STORAGE
BUILDING REPORT
The Water Tank Storage is a steel water tank that has been converted from water storage to a general storage
structure. Two large doors have been cut into the side for access. The building does not have any ventilation and
is infested with dead rodents and birds.
PRIORITY CLASS 1 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 1 Projects:
Currently Critical
Immediate to Two Years

$33,750

Project Index #: 0101EXT2
DEMOLISH WATER TANK
Construction
$23,750
The existing water tank is not used for water storage, but it is used for maintenance storage. This was a quick
remedy for needed storage space. This building contains numerous code and safety issues including but limit to
rodent infestation and improper ventilation. The building is dilapidated and deteriorating and has reached the end
of its useful like. This project would provide funding for the demolition of the building.
Project Index #: 0101EXT1
REMOVE/REPLACE WATER TANK STORAGE
Construction
$10,000
The water tank structure is no longer used to store water for the prison. It has been converted into a storage faciltiy
for maintenance. During the survey it was noted that the building is infested with rodents and fecies and is a health
hazard for humans. This project would provide for the removal of the water tank storage structure.
BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

2,375
1988
100 % Painted Steel
%
1
Basement? No
100 % U-2
%
Steel Water Tank
III-N

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$33,750
$0
$0
$33,750

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

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$14.21
$150,000
$63
23%

State of Nevada Corrections
BOILER PLANT
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989
0099

BOILER PLANT
BUILDING REPORT
The Boiler Plant is a painted precast concrete structure with a single-ply membrane roof. This building contains
three steam boilers and ancillary equipment for the heating of the prison housing units. The chemical water
treatment appears to be in good working order and well maintained. There are a few small sleeping areas and a
restroom for the boiler maintenance technicians. The facility does not have fire sprinklers and is not ADA
PRIORITY CLASS 1 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 1 Projects:
Currently Critical
Immediate to Two Years

$8,155

Project Index #: 0099SFT1
EXIT SIGN & EGRESS LIGHTING INSTALLATION
Construction
$1,600
The exit signs in this building are older types or missing altogether. Illuminated exit signs shall be marked per 2003
IBC Section 1011.1. This project would provide funding to install self-illuminating or LED models with internal
battery backups along all of the required exit pathways. This project or a portion there of was previously
recommended in the FCA report dated 09/09/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed
during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0099EXT3
REPLACE CONCRETE STEPS
Construction
$3,555
The IBC 2003 section 1008.1.5 requires landings shall have a width not less than the width of the stairway or the
door, which is the greater. The landing and stairs are broken or no longer exist. This situation could create a slip
and fall hazard. This project would provide funding for the removal of the existing concrete, and the installation of a
concrete landing, stairs and handrail as required. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in
the FCA report dated 09/09/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most
recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0099SFT2
SEISMIC GAS SHUT OFF VALVE
Construction
$3,000
Agreements reached between the Nevada Risk Management Office and the State of Nevada's Insurance Underwriter
require Seismic Gas Shutoff Valves (SGSV's) on all gas services to all State buildings. This project would install a
SGSV to the gas line serving the building.
PRIORITY CLASS 2 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 2 Projects:
Necessary - Not Yet Critical
Two to Four Years

$9,408

Project Index #: 0099ELE1
LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$9,408
Existing building lighting fixtures, T-12s, are older fluorescent types and not energy efficient. This project will
upgrade lighting fixtures to T-8s with electronic ballasts, resulting in increased efficiency and reduced costs
associated with illumination. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report
dated 09/09/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey

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PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$40,320

Project Index #: 0099LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$40,320
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
This also includes interior applied finishes such as paint, grout, caulking, etc. Special attention should be paid to
areas that are exposed to moisture.
BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

2,688
1958
100 % Precast Concrete
%
1
Basement? No
100 % F-1
%
Precast Concrete and Steel
II-1 HOUR

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

11-Jul-06

$8,155
$9,408
$40,320
$57,883

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

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$21.53
$941,000
$350
6%

State of Nevada Corrections
BOOK BINDERY
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989
0098

BOOK BINDERY
BUILDING REPORT
The Book Bindery is a prefabricated insulated structural steel building with metal siding and roof. There is a
mezzanine used for storage and printing accesses by a metal stairway. The facility is not ADA compliant and is
lacking fire sprinklers. The structure is in fair to good shape.
PRIORITY CLASS 1 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 1 Projects:
Currently Critical
Immediate to Two Years

$24,742

Project Index #: 0098SFT2
EXIT SIGN & EGRESS LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$3,400
The exit signs in this building are older types or painted on the walls. Illuminated exit signs shall be marked per 2003
IBC Section 1011.1. This project would provide funding to install self-illuminating or LED models with internal
battery backups along all of the required exit pathways. This project or a portion there of was previously
recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed
during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0098SFT3
FIRE ALARM SYSTEM INSTALLATION
Construction
$10,342
This building is equipped with an automatic fire detection and alarm system, but the system is antiquated. It is
recommended that the fire detection and alarm system be upgraded. When completed, the new system will provide
visual, as well as audible notification, in accordance with ADA requirements located in ICC/ANSI A117.1- 1998
Section 7. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has
been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0098ADA1
INSTALL LEVER ACTION DOOR HARDWARE
Construction
$7,500
The existing doors in this facility have locking knob-type door hardware and do not meet the requirements for ADA
accessibility. ICC/ANSI A117.1-1998 section 404.2.7 requires door handles to have a shape that is easy to grasp
with one hand and does not require tight grasping, pinching or twisting of the wrist to operate. This project would
provide for the purchase and installation of lever action door hardware to be placed on all the interior doors.
Project Index #: 0098INT2
STRUCTURAL ASSESSMEMT
Construction
$3,500
An upper level storage mezzanine has been constructed inside of the Bindery Building. The 2003 IBC has a
minimum requirement of 125p.s.f. for light storage in non-residential spaces. There is no record of a CIP project or
structural plans for this construction and could be a potential safety issue due to collapse. This project recommends
that a licensed engineer perform a structural investigation to assess the load carrying capacity of this area. Future
projects would be based on this report. This project was listed as "BEAM INSTALLATION" was previously
recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed
during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.

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PRIORITY CLASS 2 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 2 Projects:
Necessary - Not Yet Critical
Two to Four Years

$14,480

Project Index #: 0098ELE1
LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$14,480
Existing building lighting fixtures, T-12s, are older fluorescent types and are not energy efficient. This project will
upgrade lighting fixtures to T-8s with electronic ballasts, resulting in increased efficiency and reduced costs
associated with illumination. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report
dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey
PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$62,055

Project Index #: 0098LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$62,055
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
This also includes interior applied finishes such as paint, grout, caulking, etc. Special attention should be paid to
areas that are exposed to moisture.
BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

4,137
1976
100 % Metal Siding
%
2
Basement? No
100 % F-2
%
Structural Steel and Concrete
II-1 HOUR

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

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$24,742
$14,480
$62,055
$101,277

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

$24.48
$1,138,000
$275
9%

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State of Nevada Corrections
GYMNASIUM
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989
0096

GYMNASIUM
BUILDING REPORT
The Gymnasium is an insulated prefabricated steel structure with metal siding and roof. The interior contains
restrooms with showers, a couple of offices and storage areas and a large activity area with a concrete floor. The
facility does not have fire sprinklers and is not ADA compliant. The overall shape is fair to good.
PRIORITY CLASS 1 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 1 Projects:
Currently Critical
Immediate to Two Years

$59,050

Project Index #: 0096ADA2
ACCESSIBLE ENTRANCE RAMP
Construction
$35,000
The gymnasium is lacking an accessible entrance into the building. The building is used to allow inmates to play
basketball, table tennis and lift weights. This building is required to have an accessible entrance per the Americans
with Disabilities Act (ADA) regulations. This project would provide for an accessible ramp to access the building.
The ramp must comply with ICC/ANSI A117.1 - 1998 Chapter 4 and 2003 IBC Chapter 11.
Project Index #: 0096ADA1
ADA PROJECTS
Construction
$20,000
Restrooms are present in this building. They do not meet the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) regulations. A
retrofit is necessary to comply with ICC/ANSI A117.1-1992 Sections 603 - 604 and 1997 IBC Chapter 11. Given the
current configuration of the restroom, the work will include the installation of a new water closet, a urinal, sink, and
stall; grab bars, faucets, and hardware. Typical of one restroom
Project Index #: 0096SFT1
EXIT SIGN & EGRESS LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$4,050
The exit signs in this building are older types or do not exist. Illuminated exit signs shall be marked per 2003 IBC
Section 1011.1. This project would provide funding to install self-illuminating or LED models with internal battery
backups along all of the required exit pathways. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in
the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most
recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
PRIORITY CLASS 2 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 2 Projects:
Necessary - Not Yet Critical
Two to Four Years

$37,730

Project Index #: 0096ELE1
LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$27,930
Existing building lighting fixtures in the rooms adjacent to the gymnasium are T-12s, and are older fluorescent types
and are not energy efficient. The existing lighting in the gymnasium is provided by high bay metal halide type
fixtures. This project will upgrade the lighting fixtures in the area adjacent to the gymnasium to T-8s with electronic
ballasts, resulting in increased efficiency and reduced costs associated with illumination. It is recommended that
the metal-halide lights be replaced with high pressure sodium lights. These types of lights will provide better
illumination and energy savings. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report
dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey

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Project Index #: 0096INT2
RESEAL FLOORING
Construction
$9,800
The flooring system in the weight and shower area needs to be resealed. A significant amount of foot traffic goes
though this building daily and deterioration is occurring. It is showing signs of wear from constant use and abuse.
This project would provide for the existing floor to be ground, patched and resealed with an epoxy resin for ongoing
upkeep and maintenance.
PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$119,700

Project Index #: 0096LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$119,700
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
This also includes interior applied finishes such as paint, grout, caulking, etc. Special attention should be paid to
areas that are exposed to moisture.
BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

7,980
1976
100 % Metal Siding
%
1
Basement? No
100 % A-3
%
Prefabricated Steel Structure
II-1 HOUR

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

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$59,050
$37,730
$119,700
$216,480

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

$27.13
$2,394,000
$300
9%

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State of Nevada Corrections
INDUSTRIAL/LICENSE PLATE FACTORY
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
0095
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989

INDUSTRIAL/LICENSE PLATE FACTORY
BUILDING REPORT
The Industrial/License Plate Factory is a concrete masonry unit constructed building with a single-ply roof on a
concrete slab-on-grade foundation. This facility contains all of the equipment and materials used in the making of
license plates. There are non-ADA compliant restrooms and some small offices. There is a loading dock on the east
side for deliveries and pick-ups. The building is in fair shape.
PRIORITY CLASS 1 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 1 Projects:
Currently Critical
Immediate to Two Years

$3,700

Project Index #: 0095SFT1
EXIT SIGN & EGRESS LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$2,700
The exit signs in this building are older types or painted on the walls. Illuminated exit signs shall be marked per 2003
IBC Section 1011.1. This project would provide funding to install self-illuminating or LED models with internal
battery backups along all of the required exit pathways. This project or a portion there of was previously
recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed
during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0095HVA2
REPLACE EXHAUST FANS IN SCREENING ROOM
Construction
$1,000
There are two exhaust fans in the silk screening room to remove fumes. The fans are noisy, and have reached the
end of their expected service life. This project would provide funding for the replacement of the exhaust fans. This
project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended
accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
PRIORITY CLASS 2 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 2 Projects:
Necessary - Not Yet Critical
Two to Four Years

$67,167

Project Index #: 0095ELE1
LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$26,117
Existing building lighting fixtures, T-12s, are older fluorescent types and not energy efficient. This project will
upgrade lighting fixtures to T-8s with electronic ballasts, resulting in increased efficiency and reduced costs
associated with illumination. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report
dated 09/08/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey
Project Index #: 0095HVA1
REPLACE EVAPORATIVE COOLERS
Construction
$10,800
There are currently four evaporative coolers mounted on the side of the building. They are severely scaled and
have reached the end of their serviceable life. This project would provide for four new evaporative coolers to be
installed. Project includes removal and disposal of the old coolers and utility connections to the new units. This
project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been amended
accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0095EXT3
REPLACE WINDOWS
Construction
$30,250
The windows are single pane, open inward which protrudes into the isles and are original to the building. Some of
the units have several cracks, seals are broken, are difficult to operate and they have reached the end of their useful
life. This project would provide funding to replace the window units with new double pane energy efficient units.

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PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$115,430

Project Index #: 0095LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$111,930
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
This also includes interior applied finishes such as paint, grout, caulking, etc. Special attention should be paid to
areas that are exposed to moisture.
Project Index #: 0095PLM1
REPLACE WATER HEATER
Construction
$3,500
The water heater tank is showing signs of wear and deterioration and is not seismic anchored. It appears this
appliance is original to the building. This project would provide funding for the purchase and installation of a new
natural gas unit and seismic anchoring.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/15/1999. It has been
amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

7,462
1959
100 % Painted CMU
%
1
Basement? No
100 % F-2
%
Concrete Masonry and Steel
II-1 HOUR

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

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$3,700
$67,167
$115,430
$186,297

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

$24.97
$2,239,000
$300
8%

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State of Nevada Corrections
ADMIN/EDUC/LIB/MAT FACTORY/CELL BLOCKS
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
0094
Survey
2/7/2006

Site number: 9989

ADMIN/EDUC/LIB/MAT FACTORY/CELL BLOCKS
BUILDING REPORT
The Nevada State Prison, located in Carson City, Nevada is one of the oldest prisons still in operation in the United
States. Established in 1862 when the Nevada Legislature purchased the Warm Springs Hotel and 20 acres of land.
Nevada State Prison (NSP) has been in continuous operation since this time. Although inmates under the sentence
of death are incarcerated at the Ely State Prison, executions are still conducted in this building. The building houses
cell blocks for approximately 300 inmates, administrative services, visitation, education and law library, laundry,
infirmary, mattress factory and the canteen are also part of this building.
Original building built in 1868. Cell Block A 1919, Cell Block B 1950s.
Revisited on 2/7/2006 and updated to reflect todays codes and costs.This report addresses the building only.
PRIORITY CLASS 1 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 1 Projects:
Currently Critical
Immediate to Two Years

$9,880,182

Project Index #: 0094ADA1
ADA RESTROOM REMODEL
Construction
$26,000
The Administration Offices do not have an accessible restroom. The existing bathroom does not meet the
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements. A complete retrofit is necessary. This project would provide
funding for construction of a unisex accessible restroom. These items may include a new sink, toilet, hardware,
mirrors, fixtures, flooring and paint. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA
report dated 02/07/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent
Project Index #: 0094ELE3
CELL BLOCK LIGHTING CONTROL SYSTEM
Construction
$42,000
The lights for the cell blocks are controlled in the hallway by switches. The maintenance staff has installed lock
boxes to protect them from inmate abuse. However the inmates have broken all of the lighting controls. This is a
safety issue as the correctional officers need to be able to control the lighting. This project would provide for the
design, purchase and installation of a lighting control unit to be located in the correctional offices room. This project
should be coordinated with the electrical system upgrade project which may reduce the cost estimate if done
Project Index #: 0094ENV0
ENVIORMENTAL SURVEY
Construction
$15,000
An inspection was performed on this building in 1989 for asbestos containing materials (ACM). Not included in the
previous testing was lead paint and other possible environmental hazards. This project would provide funding to
complete a building survey of potential environmental hazards located inside the building. Future projects and their
associated costs that may arise from the results of the survey are not included in this estimate.
Project Index #: 0094SFT2
EXIT SIGN & EGRESS LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$159,377
The exit signs in this building are older types or painted on the walls. Illuminated exit signs shall be marked per 2003
IBC Section 1011.1. This project would provide funding to install self-illuminating or LED models with internal
battery backups along all of the required exit pathways. This project or a portion there of was previously
recommended in the FCA report dated 02/07/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed
during the most recent survey date of 02/07/2006.

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Project Index #: 0094SFT3
FIRE ALARM SYSTEM UPGRADE
Construction
$531,255
This building is equipped with an automatic fire detection and alarm system, but the system is antiquated. It is
recommended that the fire detection and alarm system be upgraded. When completed, the new system will provide
visual, as well as audible notification, in accordance with ADA requirements. This project should be coordinated
with the fire sprinkler upgrade project. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA
report dated 02/07/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent
survey date of 02/07/2006.
Project Index #: 0094SFT1
FIRE SPRINKLER INSTALLATION UPGRADE
Construction
$2,125,020
The administration offices, visiting area, education, laundry, infirmary, mattress factory, housing units, and canteen
are located in this building. Most of the building does not have fire sprinklers. Sprinklers should be installed in the
rest of the building and the existing system be upgraded where necessary. This project or a portion there of was
previously recommended in the FCA report dated 02/07/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions
observed during the most recent survey date of 02/07/2006.
Project Index #: 0094SFT4
INSTALL SECOND MEANS OF EGRESS IN VISITORS CENTER
Construction
$35,000
The visitor center has only one means of egress. The maximum posted occupancy of this room is 76. The
International Building Code (IBC), table 1018.1 requires the occupant load 1-500 to have a minimum of 2 exits. This
project would provide for the labor and material necessary to install a second means of egress. This project or a
portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 02/07/1999. It has been amended accordingly
to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 02/07/2006.
Project Index #: 0094SEC3
INTERCOM SYSTEM INSTALLATION
Construction
$250,000
There is no intercom system for this building. This is a large facility with numerous rooms and support offices as
well as cell blocks spread out over 100 thousand square feet and 4 stories and communications are minimal at best.
This project would provide for an intercom communication system that would work in concert with the other
recommended security system upgrade projects.
Project Index #: 0094SEC1
REPLACE CELL DOOR OPENERS
Construction
$1,269,000
A problem exists with the automatic door opener to the cells. It is believed this system is the original equipment.
Repairs to this opener are difficult because replacement parts are not being manufactured for the units. It was noted
that at one time the doors were operated by an electric motor however most of them have become defective. The
system is now operated manually from a central control point. This type of operation is more difficult and could
create a possible security risk. It is recommended that the system be replaced. This project or a portion there of was
previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/071999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions
observed during the most recent survey date of 02/07/2006.
Project Index #: 0094PLM3
REPLACE DOMESTIC WATER LINES
Construction
$900,000
The majority of the domestic water supply lines in the building are over 50 years old. The majority of the pipe,
hangers, connectors and couplers are deteriorating to a point where the water is beginning to leak. Dielectric
corrosion is occurring between different types of pipe metals, internal corrosion is occurring on the 4" pipe and
compression clamps are located throughout. A break in the pipe has the potential to short out the power supply,
alarm system, flood the lowest levels of the building and presents a safety hazard. This project would provide
funding for the removal and installation a new domestic water supply system, check and mixing values. Removal
and/or abandonment of the existing system and asbestos removal are included in this estimate. A project for
replacing the utilities in the "Sagebrush" basement area was completed in 2001. This project number was 95-M27.

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Project Index #: 0094HVA3
REPLACE HVAC SYSTEM
Construction
$3,187,530
The building is heated by low pressure steam. The steam pipes are deteriorating, leaking under the concrete, on the
connectors and expansion fittings.
The Administration portion of the building is cooled by a central air-conditioning system. This section also requires
evaporative coolers and windows air-conditioners to supplement the cooling.
The air distribution system in this facility is reaching the end of its useful life or non-existent. The exhaust system in
the chase ways no longer operates properly. There is no fresh air supply in the cell area as required in the IMC
table 403.3.
These systems appear to be over 25 years/plus old and no longer energy efficient and some do not function.
This project would provide funding for the design and engineering of a total renovation of the heating,
air-conditioning and ventilation system.
This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 02/07/1999 as "Replace
evaporative coolers/air-conditioners and upgrade air distribution system". It has been amended accordingly to
reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 02/07/2006.
Project Index #: 0094PLM2
REPLACE SEWER/WASTE WATER LINES
Construction
$800,000
The sewer/waste water infrastructure in the building is over 50 years old. The majority of the sanitary sewer pipe,
hangers, connectors and couplers has or are deteriorating to a point where raw sewage is leaking in some areas. This
is a health hazard and the estimated cost includes waste clean up. This project would provide funding for the
removal and installation a new sewer/waste water infrastructure in the building including all connections, supports,
anchoring. Cleanup of any environmental hazards, if encountered are not included in this estimate.
Project Index #: 0094ADA2
SIGNAGE FOR ADA COMPLIANCE
Construction
$15,000
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) regulations pertaining to building access has established building signage
criteria for permanent spaces in buildings. The criteria includes: sign mounting heights and locations; character
heights and proportions; raised and Braille characters/pictograms; and sign contrast and finish. The signage in this
facility does not comply with these criteria. It is recommended that applicable signage be replaced. This project or a
portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 02/07/1999. It has been amended
accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 02/07/2006.
Project Index #: 0094EXT1
STRUCTURAL ASSESSMEMT
Construction
$25,000
Records of a structural assessment could not be located. It is recommended a structural investigation and
assessment is done by a Structural Engineer to identify potential problems in the building, and assess load carrying
capacities. Future recommendations would be based on this report. The age and condition of the building, and
numerous additions and changes, justify a structural assessment. This project or a portion there of was previously
recommended in the FCA report dated 02/07/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed
during the most recent survey date of 02/07/2006.
Project Index #: 0094SEC2
SURVEILANCE SYSTEM
Construction
$500,000
There is no security camera or recording system for this building except for a few isolated areas like the visitation
area. This is a safety issue as all areas cannot be seen by the security staff or recorded in case of an incident. This
project would provide funding for the installation of surveillance cameras and recording system and all required
connections to utility systems.

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PRIORITY CLASS 2 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 2 Projects:
Necessary - Not Yet Critical
Two to Four Years

$6,553,052

Project Index #: 0094ELE2
LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$531,255
Existing building lighting fixtures, T-12s, are older fluorescent types and not energy efficient. The majority of the
light fixtures are not the security type fixtures with the enclose housing. This project would provide funding for the
purchase of new security type fixtures with T-8 lamps and electronic ballasts, resulting in increased efficiency and
reduced costs associated with illumination. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the
FCA report dated 02/07/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most
recent survey date of 02/07/2006. This project should be done concurrently with the other electrical related projects
which may help reduce the costs.
Project Index #: 0094INT4
REFURBISH GUN POSTS
Construction
$500,000
Disney Films constructed the gun post at this building while making a movie at the prison. It is constructed of
wood, sitting atop a non-combustible building. It needs complete refurbishing including flooring, windows, doors
and electrical. The soffits and walls are peeling and deteriorating. The gun post is not heated or cooled. The other
two gun posts also will need to be refurbished. They are constructed of concrete. Only one of the gun posts has a
restroom. They use radiator-heating units, which are inadequate in colder weather. Gun post three has a
window-mounted air conditioning unit and an electric resistance-heating unit. The windows are tilt-out metal frame
and should be replaced. The roof-mounted spotlights will need to be replaced also. The escape hatches located in
the floor, are too small and need to be enlarged. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in
the FCA report dated 02/07/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most
recent survey date of 02/07/2006.
Project Index #: 0094INT2
REPAINT INTERIOR WALLS
Construction
$425,004
The interior walls and ceilings of this building should have a new application of paint in the next two to four years
for proper upkeep and maintenance. Prior to painting, all surfaces should be repaired, and additional funds have
been included to address the extensive wall repairs and the possibility of lead base paint. An epoxy-based paint
should be utilized in wet areas for durability. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the
FCA report dated 02/07/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most
recent survey date of 02/07/2006.
Project Index #: 0094INT3
REPLACE FLOORING
Construction
$318,753
The floor coverings in this building are in generally poor condition and have reached the end of their serviceable
life. The carpeted areas are showing signs of traffic wear and the 12"x12" VCT is loose and separating from the
substrate creating a potential tripping hazard. In April of 1989 an asbestos survey was conducted. It was reported
that in some areas of the buildings asbestos was present. This project would provide funding for the replacement of
these floor coverings. This project includes removal and disposal of the asbestos. This project or a portion there
of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 02/07/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect
conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 02/07/2006.
Project Index #: 0094EXT3
REPLACE WINDOWS
Construction
$528,000
The windows are single pane, open inward which protrudes into the isles and are original to the building. Some of
the units have several cracks, seals are broken, are difficult to operate and they have reached the end of their useful
life. This project would provide funding to replace the window units with new double pane unit energy efficient
units. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 02/07/1999. It has
been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 02/07/2006. This
project should be coordinated with the Nevada State Historical Preservation Office for possible restrictions or
requirements which are not included in this estimate.

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Project Index #: 0094EXT4
STONE RE-POINTING
Construction
$1,593,765
The existing building exterior is natural stone that was quarried directly from the correctional facility site. Some
portions of this structure are over 100 years old.
There are numerous areas where the mortar is failing, missing and not sealed properly due the age and exposure to
the weather. This project would provide for the cleaning, repair and re-pointing of the exterior stone work. Due to the
vertical nature of the building, scaffolding will be required to accomplish this project and is included in this
estimate. This project does not include the exterior stairway on the southwest side of the building. This project
should be coordinated with the Nevada State Historical Preservation Office for possible restrictions or requirements
which are not included in this estimate.
Project Index #: 0094ELE1
UPGRADE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Construction
$2,656,275
This building was constructed before the high demand for electrical services were needed for computers and other
electrical devices. As time progressed the building's electrical demand and system has been changed. It is utilized
to its current maximum potential. The electrical panels and receptacles are older types and are at their limit. It is
recommended the entire system be upgraded to meet the evolving needs of the building. Electrical fixtures are
addressed in another project. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report
dated 02/07/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey
PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$2,852,520

Project Index #: 0094LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$2,125,020
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
This also includes interior applied finishes such as paint, grout, caulking, etc. Special attention should be paid to
areas that are exposed to moisture.
Project Index #: 0094INT1
REPLACE ADMINISTRATION OFFICE DOORS
Construction
$52,500
The front office doors in the administration portion of the building are showing signs of heavy use. The bottom of
the doors have become warped and damaged over the years. this project would provide funding for the purchase
and installation of new hollow metal offices doors, frames, hardware and painting of doors and frames. Removal and
disposal of existing damaged doors and frames is included in this estimate. This project or a portion there of was
previously recommended in the FCA report dated 02/07/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions
observed during the most recent survey date of 02/07/2006. This estimate is for the removal and replacement of 15
Project Index #: 0094EXT2
REPLACE EXISTING ROOF
Construction
$675,000
The roof on this building was in fair condition at the time of the survey. The single-ply system is spongy along the
walkways, and is especially noticeable at the bottom of the stairs from the third story to the fourth story. The
statewide roofing program has set the useful life of an average roof at 15 years. The roof warranty expires at the end
of the same time frame. This roof was installed in 1995. The temperature fluctuations throughout the year,
consistent wind which blows sand and dirt on to the roof membrane, and constant exposure to the sun are
contributing factors to wear and deterioration. It is recommended that this building be re-roofed in the next four
years to be consistent with the roofing program and the end of the warranty period. This project or a portion there of
was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 02/07/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect
conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 02/07/2006.
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BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

106,251
1868
90 % Stone Block Units
10 % Concrete
4
Basement? Yes
70 % I-3
30 % B
Stone, Concrete and Steel
V-1 HOUR

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

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$9,880,182
$6,553,052
$2,852,520
$19,285,754

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

$181.51
$37,188,000
$350
52%

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State of Nevada Corrections
OLD 5TH STREET TOWER
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989
0041

OLD 5TH STREET TOWER
BUILDING REPORT
The Old 5th Street Tower is a stone masonry building with a sloped roof. There is a small copula on the top of the
roof. The structure was formally a guard tower located along 5th street which was realigned years ago further north
of the prison site. There is a wood walkway around the building accessed by wood stairs. The structure is in good
shape for its age.
PRIORITY CLASS 1 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 1 Projects:
Currently Critical
Immediate to Two Years

$2,500

Project Index #: 0041EXT2
EXTERIOR FINISHES
Construction
$1,500
It is important to maintain the finish, weather resistance and appearance of the building. The exterior paint is peeling;
the caulking around the windows, flashing, fixtures and other penetrations is failing. This project would provide
funding for the painting of the exterior of the building. Including in the cost is the sanding, priming, filling in the
crack, caulking of the windows, flashing, fixtures and all other penetrations. This project should be completed in the
Project Index #: 0041INT1
INTERIOR FINISHES
Construction
$1,000
The interior finishes are in fair to poor condition. It is recommended that the interior walls be painted at least once in
the next two years. Prior to painting, all surfaces should be repaired and prepped. An epoxy-based paint should be
utilized in wet areas for durability.
PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$1,500

Project Index #: 0041LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$1,500
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
This also includes interior applied finishes such as paint, grout, caulking, etc. Special attention should be paid to
areas that are exposed to moisture.

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BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

100
1868
90 % Stone Masonry
10 % Glazing
1
Basement? No
100 % U-2
%
Stone Masonry
V-N

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

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$2,500
$0
$1,500
$4,000

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

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$40.00
$25,000
$250
16%

State of Nevada Corrections
OLD PUMPHOUSE
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989
0029

OLD PUMPHOUSE
BUILDING REPORT
The Old Pump House is an old natural stone masonry building with an arched concrete roof. It used to serve as the
pump house for the prison's old water system and is no longer in use. The structure is in fair shape. Due to its age
and architectural style, it may have some historical significance.
PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$960

Project Index #: 0029LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$960
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
This also includes interior applied finishes such as paint, grout, caulking, etc. Special attention should be paid to
areas that are exposed to moisture.
BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

64
1868
100 % Stone Masonry
%
1
Basement? No
100 % U-1
%
Stone Masonry
V-N

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

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$0
$0
$960
$960

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

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$15.00
$19,000
$300
5%

State of Nevada Corrections
CHAPEL/SIX POST
SPWB Facility Condition Analysis
Survey
4/19/2006

Site number: 9989
0022

CHAPEL/SIX POST
BUILDING REPORT
The Chapel/Six Post is a concrete masonry unit (CMU) structure with a single-ply membrane roof and a concrete
slab-on-grade foundation. The building contains the chapel, six post and rooms that are currently not in use. A
band room was in this building but that program had been discontinued at the time of the survey of April 2006. The
facility is not ADA compliant and does not have fire sprinklers. The structure is in fair shape.
PRIORITY CLASS 1 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 1 Projects:
Currently Critical
Immediate to Two Years

$57,972

Project Index #: 0022SFT3
EXIT SIGN & EGRESS LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$2,250
The exit signs in this building are older types or painted on the walls. Illuminated exit signs shall be marked per 2003
IBC Section 1011.1. This project would provide funding to install self-illuminating or LED models with internal
battery backups along all of the required exit pathways. This project or a portion there of was previously
recommended in the FCA report dated 09/16/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed
during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0022SFT1
FIRE ALARM SYSTEM INSTALLATION
Construction
$7,420
This building is equipped with an automatic fire detection and alarm system, but the system is antiquated. It is
recommended that the fire detection and alarm system be upgraded. When completed, the new system will provide
visual, as well as audible notification, in accordance with ADA requirements located in ICC/ANSI A117.1- 1998
Section 7. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/16/1999. It has
been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.
Project Index #: 0022ADA1
INSTALL LEVER ACTION DOOR HARDWARE
Construction
$6,750
The existing doors in this facility have locking knob-type door hardware and do not meet the requirements for ADA
accessibility. ICC/ANSI A117.1-1998 section 404.2.7 requires door handles to have a shape that is easy to grasp
with one hand and does not require tight grasping, pinching or twisting of the wrist to operate. This project would
provide for the purchase and installation of lever action hardware to be placed on all the interior doors.
Project Index #: 0022INT2
REPLACE EXISTING VCT FLOORING
Construction
$41,552
The floor coverings in this building are in generally poor condition and have reached the end of their serviceable
life. The carpeted areas are showing signs of traffic wear and the 12"x12" vinyl composition tile (VCT) is loose and
separating from the substrate creating a potential tripping hazard. In April of 1989 an asbestos survey was
conducted. It was reported that in some areas of the buildings asbestos was present. This project would provide
for the replacement of these floor coverings with new VCT. This project includes removal and disposal of the
asbestos. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report dated 09/16/1999. It has
been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey date of 04/19/2006.

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PRIORITY CLASS 2 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 2 Projects:
Necessary - Not Yet Critical
Two to Four Years

$102,428

Project Index #: 0022ELE2
ELECTRICAL UPGRADE
Construction
$89,040
This building was constructed before the high demand for new types of electrical devices were needed. As time
progressed, the building's electrical demand has changed. It is utilized to its current maximum potential. The
electrical panels and receptacles are at their limit. It is recommended the entire system be upgraded to meet the
evolving needs of the building. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report
dated 09/08/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey
Project Index #: 0022ELE1
LIGHTING UPGRADE
Construction
$10,388
Existing building lighting fixtures, T-12s, are older fluorescent types and not energy efficient. This project will
upgrade lighting fixtures to T-8s with electronic ballasts, resulting in increased efficiency and reduced costs
associated with illumination. This project or a portion there of was previously recommended in the FCA report
dated 09/16/1999. It has been amended accordingly to reflect conditions observed during the most recent survey
Project Index #: 0022HVA1
REPLACE EVAPORATIVE COOLER
Construction
$3,000
There is currently one evaporative cooler mounted on the side of the building. It is severely scaled and has reached
the end of their serviceable life. This project would provide for new evaporative cooler to be installed. Project
includes removal and disposal of the old coolers, utility connections to the new unit and construction of a new
PRIORITY CLASS 3 PROJECTS
Total Construction Cost for Priority 3 Projects:
Long-Term Needs
Four to Ten Years

$44,520

Project Index #: 0022LGT1
LONG TERM NEEDS
Construction
$44,520
Projects in this category address possible long term needs of the facility. This does not represent a cost for all future
maintenance but is a budgetary number for future Capital Improvement Projects related to maintenance.
The cyclical treatment of the building exterior and interior is very important to help maintain the finish, weather
proofing, integrity and appearance of the building.
This treatment does not include the roofing material itself but it should include everything that has to do with water
proofing the building envelope including painting or staining, sealing, repair, and caulking where applicable; for
example, around all windows, flashing, fixtures, sills, etc.
This also includes interior applied finishes such as paint, grout, caulking, etc. Special attention should be paid to
areas that are exposed to moisture.

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BUILDING INFORMATION:
Gross Area (square feet):
Year Constructed:
Exterior Finish 1:
Exterior Finish 2:
Number of Levels (Floors):
IBC Occupancy Type 1:
IBC Occupancy Type 2:
Construction Type:
IBC Construction Type:

2,968
1971
100 % Painted CMU
%
1
Basement? No
50 % I-3
50 % B
Concrete Masonry and Steel
V-N

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION COST TOTALS SUMMARY:
Priority Class 1:
Priority Class 2:
Priority Class 3:
Grand Total:

$57,972
$102,428
$44,520
$204,920

Project Construction Cost per Square
Total Facility Replacement Construction Cost:
Facility Replacement Cost per Square Foot:
FCNI:

$69.04
$965,000
$325
21%

NOTES:
The deficiencies outlined in this report were noted from a visual survey. The costs do not represent the cost of a complete facility renovation
or maintenance needs. Recommended projects do not include telecommunications, furniture, window treatment, space change, program
issues, relocation, swing space, or costs that could not be identified or determined from the survey and available building information.
Individual projects and costs noted herein may be impacted by new construction materials or methods, agency projects, and pending or
proposed Capital Improvement Projects (CIP).
This report was created under the authority found in NRS 341.201 by the State Public Works Board and should be utilized as a planning
level document.

REPORT DEVELOPMENT:
State Public Works Board
Facilities Condition Analysis

11-Jul-06

515 E. Musser Street, Suite 102
Carson City, Nevada 89701-4263

(775) 684-4141 voice
(775) 684-4142 facsimile

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