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Welcome. Building Coordinators Network. Building Coordinators Network. Meeting Agenda Campus Master Plan Updates – Rod Lehnertz UI Recycle Improvements – Valerie RiChard Campus Outdoor Warning System – Bruce McAvoy Building Access Controls – Dan Heater

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Building Coordinators Network

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Building Coordinators Network

Meeting Agenda

Campus Master Plan Updates – Rod Lehnertz

UI Recycle Improvements – Valerie RiChard

Campus Outdoor Warning System – Bruce McAvoy

Building Access Controls – Dan Heater

Facilities Condition Assessment – Ann Rosenthal

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Campus Master Plan Updates

Rod Lehnertz

Director, Campus & Facilities Planning

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Campus Master Plan Updates

A Look Inside…

Campus Master Plan

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Campus Master Plan Updates


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UI Recycle Program Improvements

Valerie RiChard

Associate Director, Operations & Maintenance

Landfill Waste 4532.18 tons 78%

Refuse Recycled 1271.56 tons 22%

Total Refuse 5803.74 tons 100%

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Current Environment

Community Engagement

Requests from students, faculty and staff

Reduce UI’s environmental footprint

Comprehensive Program

Desk to Dock

Materials Recycled

Opportunities for Efficiencies

UI Recycle Program Improvements

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UI Recycle Program Improvements

UI Recycling Task Force

  • Composed of students, faculty, and staff

  • City of Iowa City

  • Major service units

  • UI Purchasing

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UI Recycling Task Force


Individual ResponsibilityCommunity EngagementReducing Carbon Footprint“Green” InitiativesStudent, Faculty & Staff Recruitment

Short term committee goals

Explore opportunities to:

  • Expand collection of recyclables

  • Reduce UI waste sent to the landfill

  • Report to VP’s Phil Jones & Doug True.


Energy Conservation


Green Activities

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UI Recycle Program Improvements

Improvement Initiatives

  • Initiate Outdoor Plastics Collection

  • Expand Indoor Plastics Collection

    - Health Sciences Campus Pilot

  • Increase Paper and Cardboard Collection

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Recycling Containers

Funding and Grants


Coca-Cola Bin Grant

Iowa DNR P2 Intern Program

UI Recycle Program Improvements

Solid WasteAlternativesProgram

APPLICATIONSeptember 2007

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Reducing waste sent to the landfill

Recycle planning




UI Recycle Program Improvements

UI Waste Characterization Study

The UI field guide

for conducting



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UI Recycle Program Improvements

The Tent Event!

30 – 60 Samples Needed!

Key to Waste Sort Process:

W = Waste

R = Recycle

O = People (Green)

Plastic Bags of Waste

Waste Sorting Tables

Fall 2007








Outdoor tent in high visibility location

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UI Recycle Program Improvements

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Campus All-Hazards Warning System

Bruce McAvoy

Public Safety

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Campus All-Hazards Warning System

  • Initially the system was in response to the Tornado in April 2006, to provide better severe weather notification coverage to the UI Campus

  • Can be used for more than just severe weather, but for “all-hazards” (chemical release, violent incident, etc.)

  • Has the capabilities to transmit “live voice” from a central location

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Campus All-Hazards Warning System

System Components

  • 5 “siren” towers

    All solar powered, radio activated, installed on 55 ft. steel poles, and are expandable to 10 cells

    • Parklawn (10 Cell Tower)

    • Banks Field (8 Cell Tower)

    • Boyd Law (6 Cell Tower)

    • Melrose & Morman Trek (6 Cell Tower)

    • Oakdale Campus (6 Cell)

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Campus All-Hazards Warning System

System Components, continued

  • 3 siren encoders

    • UI PD Emergency Communication Center

    • UI PD Command Vehicle (Explorer)

    • Portable Kenwood Handheld Radio

  • Remote receivers (VA-2000)

    Receives alerts issued from UI PD via warning system; text messages in place of recorded messages and has “live voice” capabilities.

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Campus All-Hazards Warning System


  • During severe weather events when other sirens in Johnson County are activated

  • At the direction of the UI leadership during other events


  • “Silent tested” every week

  • Functional testing first Monday of every month

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Campus All-Hazards Warning System

When you can combine an all-hazards outdoor warning system with voice capabilities and a text messaging mass notification system, you can reach over 99% of your campus during an emergency situation.

James Lee Witt

Former FEMA Director

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Campus All-Hazards Warning System


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Building Access Control Project

Dan Heater

Director, Operations & Maintenance

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Building Access Control Project

Where We Are Today


How We Got Here

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Building Access Control Project

Right to the Point!

We have selected:

American Magnetic Access Group


As Our Building Access Software/Firmware Manufacturer to provide a de-centralized Access Control System

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Building Access Control Project

We have selected:

Security Equipment, Inc.


As the selected AMAG Access Control System reseller, installer, and integrator.

As a manufacturer’s qualified integrator SEI can provide fully integrated access control, CCTV, fire, intercom, lock hardware and security systems.

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Building Access Control Project

How Did We Get Here?

  • Through the hard work of a campus-wide

    cross-functional team with members from:

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Building Access Control Project

Cross-functional team charged with selecting a new card access and security control system:

  • Public Safety

  • Vice President of Research (Animal Care)

  • Information Technology Services

  • College of Engineering

  • University Housing

  • Purchasing

  • Facilities Management

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Building Access Control Project

Initially the team evaluated 10 Access and Control Monitoring System manufacturers.

Through evaluation and by applying a points grading system the team narrowed the list to three manufacturers: AMAG Technology, Lenel Systems, and Software House.

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Building Access Control Project

AMAG, Lenel and Software House representatives were invited to campus for a presentation of their systems software/firmware technical and functional characteristics.

After extension review, analysis, and end-user testing: AMAG and Lenel were selected as having acceptable solutions for our ACMS needs.

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Building Access Control Project

  • Acceptable manufacturers were narrowed to:

    • AMAG Technology

    • Lenel Systems International

  • An RFP was sent to seven integrators

  • Security Equipment Inc, was selected and will provide AMAG control technology

  • Contract is being awarded to SEI

  • Madison Street Services Building will serve as the pilot project

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Building Access Control Project

  • Creating a Secure Campus

    Is a shared responsibility and is being led by the UI Police Dept., Facilities Management, and Academic and Research Departments.

    Through the collaborative efforts of these key stakeholders an Access and Security Strategic Plan is being developed.

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Building Access Control Project

The Plan is addressing three key objectives:

Risk Assessment



Within these key objectives there are up to 14 key strategic points.

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Access & Security Strategic Plan

A Strategic Plan is being developed and will address:

Access Control Administration

Security and Risk Assessment

System Installation Standards

Issuing and Controlling Cards and Keys

Integrating Employee Databases with Control System

Security System Monitoring

Service and Support Business Model

Installation and Conversion Plan

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Building Access Control Project

  • Additional Information and Training Session

    FM, Operations and Maintenance will be providing an opportunity in Mid-December for Building Coordinators to attend a more detailed informational training session on Building Access Control Systems and the Access and Security Strategic Plan.

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Building Access Control Project


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Facilities Condition Assessment

Ann Rosenthal

Associate Director, Operations & Maintenance

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Facilities Condition Assessment

  • Initiated: February 2004

  • Consultant: ISES Corporation

    Stone Mountain, GA

  • Scope: Identify the conditions of our facilities, quantify the deficiencies, and provide a database of the information.

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Facilities Condition Assessment

What’s in it for the Building Coordinator?

  • Definition of building-related terms

  • Information for college/departmental space planning

  • Tools for decision-making

  • Upcoming Workshop

  • Fall/Winter 2007

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Facilities Condition Assessment

Facility Condition Needs Index

Deferred Maintenance + Capital Renewal + Plant Adaption

Facility Replacement Cost

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Facilities Condition Assessment

Web Interface to information on your facility…

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Facilities Condition Assessment

Provides the Institution…

  • Common Language

  • Total-Cost-Of-Ownership Decision Making Model

  • Board Policy Changes on Stewardship

  • Project Impact Examples

    • Art Building Phase II

    • Chemistry Renovation

    • Old Music / Seashore Hall

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Facilities Condition Assessment


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Building Coordinators Network

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