SMMUSD

SANTA MONICA-MALIBU UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

FACILITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS



Point Dume Marine Science School



Point Dume Marine Science School LogoThe PDMSS campus will continue to see a lot of construction activity between now and the fall of 2019 when we will welcome Cabrillo students to the PDMSS campus. Below is a rundown of what’s going on, and what’s planned.

WHAT’S GOING ON RIGHT NOW
Air conditioning: New air conditioning units have been installed throughout campus, but we still await the installation of electrical switchgear that will allow us to power-up the units. As a reminder, these electrical upgrades, including an upgraded power supply from Southern Cal-ifornia Edison, will prepare us to handle the additional energy needs of our expanded cam- pus next year. Weexpect completion following winter break.

Septic system: Necessary septic system improvements that can accommodate additional classrooms and students are complete.

North parking lot: Paving, topcoat and striping will be scheduled soon.

Security: New door locks will be installed on all doors in the first week of November.

Point Dume Marine Science School campus mapWHAT’S NEXT?
We plan to install 10 portable classrooms on campus in anticipation of the Malibu pathway realignment, which realigns former Cabrillo students to the Point Dume campus in 2019. The location is shown at left in green.

The Board of Education adopted the mitigated negative declaration, the environmental review of the plan. It ca be reviewed here: http://fip.smmusd.org/pointdume.html

We expect construction on Phase I to begin during spring break of 2019.

COMPLETED DURING SUMMER 2018

PDMSS floors

New floors and paint for PDMSS
With the help of voter-approved bond money, SMMUSD completed painting all classrooms and interior spaces. Exterior trim work was also painted, including:
• roof trim
• posts
• hand rails
• door frames
• other exterior features
In addition to paint, classrooms received new flooring.
PDMSS energy efficiency

PDMSS energy efficiency
A favorite of teachers, new energy-efficient roller shades were installed in all administrative and learning spaces.

PDMSS new doors and restrooms

PDMSS new doors and restrooms
Most doors on campus were replaced.

Restrooms were updated with new plumbing fixtures and tile.

More importantly, those fixtures, along with new partitions and grab bars, are now compliant with requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
PDMSS safety and security

PDMSS safety and security
The campus is now protected by a new, code-compliant, fire alarm system with automatic voice evacuation technology.

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PDMSS facility improvements quick facts
Funding for all PDMSS proejcts is from bond measures approved by voters in Santa MonicaFunding for all of these projects is from bond measures previously approved by voters.
PDMSS has 170 students enrolled for the 2018-19 school year Cabrillo has 197 students enrolled for the 2018-19 school year
Number of students enrolled at PDMSS for the 2018-2019 school year.
Number of students enrolled at Cabrillo Elementary for 2018-2019, the last school year before the alignment plan moves them to Point Dume.
Upgraded campus will accomodate 450 students PDMSS water conservation
Number of students that the upgraded campus could accommodate. 390 students are projected for the 2019-2020 school year.
Plans for the expansion of the campus include best practices to reduce and improve the quality of stormwater runoff.
Students, staff, parents and community members will renmae the campus is 2019 PDMSS lighting
In the spring of 2019, students, staff, parents and community members will have input to rename the campus once combined. A new mascot and school colors will also be selected.
All portable classrooms will have security lighting that complies with the Malibu Dark Skies Ordinance.
Thank you to all parents, students and staff for y our patience as we make these important improvements to PDMSS
We appreciate the patience, cooperation and support of parents, students and staff as we make important improvements that are paid for with funds from bond measures BB and ES, approved by voters previously.



Environmental Reports

Project Contacts:
Steve Massetti
Bond Manager Consultant
310-450-8338 x79389
smassetti@smmusd.org



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