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The Program Implementation Plan is an overview of the entire school construction program including project scopes, budgets and priorities. It also includes Transition, Technology, Transportation, Regional Stadium and Suburban School District plans.
This document serves as the design and construction guide for all OCMAPS project architects and engineers. Life cycle and long-term maintenance costs
are considered to provide the schools with durable and efficient building systems.
The construction documents include the architect's instructions and requirements
for contractor conformance to the Design Standards.
Download OCMAPS Design Standards (PDF)
The Procedures Manual identifies the various entities involved in the OCMAPS Program and establishes procedures for communication and interaction. The participants are generally within the following categories:
Procedures Manual (PDF)
The Educational Specifications were developed for use in the preparation of design, bidding and construction documents to ensure continuity of educational related systems including classrooms, hallways and spatial relationships for all OCMAPS projects. This is the detailed educational program information for the School District’s Pre-K – 12 facilities.
The Educational Specifications serve as the framework for all schools in the MAPS for Kids Program.
In October 2007, the voters in Oklahoma City Public Schools District passed a $248 million bond issue which included nearly $109 million for new elementary gymnasiums, additional classrooms and stadium improvements across the district.
To facilitate the design and construction of the projects, the OCMAPS Trust, City of Oklahoma City and School District entered into an Agreement for Project Management Services. The agreement includes the development of a plan outlining the projects to be approved by the OCMAPS Trust and the School Board.
The plan includes the general scope, budget and priority of the projects to be implemented during the 5-year program.