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Please Note:. Preliminary Findings. Master Plan Facility Utilization, and Space Needs Analysis April 14-15, 2004. Agenda. Process/Methodology Classroom and Laboratory Utilization Preliminary Space Needs Analysis. Process. Collection of Data Room-by-Room Facilities Inventory

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Preliminary findings

Preliminary Findings

Master Plan Facility Utilization, and Space Needs Analysis

April 14-15, 2004


Agenda

Agenda

  • Process/Methodology

  • Classroom and Laboratory Utilization

  • Preliminary Space Needs Analysis


Process

Process

  • Collection of Data

    • Room-by-Room Facilities Inventory

      Field Verification

    • Fall 2003 Course Data

    • Fall 2003 Staffing Information

    • Enrollment and Staffing Projections


Process1

Process

  • Worksessions with campus constituents

    • Discussed future programs and growth

    • Toured facilities and specialized spaces

  • Analysis of Space Needs for Base and Target Year

    • Classroom and Teaching Laboratory Utilization Study

    • Classroom Benchmarking


Major types of methods

Major Types Of Methods

  • Guideline application by space type

  • Square feet per FTE student or faculty

  • Peer/aspiration institution comparison

  • Benchmarking


Guideline tools

Guideline Tools

  • University Space Planning by Bareither & Schillinger (1968)

  • WICHE Higher Education Facilities Planning and Management Manuals by Dahnke, Jones, Mason, and Romney (1971)

  • CEFPI Space Planning for Institutions of Higher Education (1985)


Guideline tools cont

Guideline Tools cont.

  • ACRL – Association of College & Research Libraries

  • ACUI - Association of College Unions International

  • Benchmarking

    • Science labs

    • Art labs

    • Specialized spaces


Range of guideline application uses

Detailed space needs analysis

Pure guideline application

Guideline with

judgments and adjustments

Range of GuidelineApplication Uses


Planning definitions

Planning Definitions

  • ASF = Assignable Square Footage

    (usable space assigned to a program that is measured from inside wall to inside wall)

  • Space Categories – defined according to Room Use Code designation and departmental assignment

  • Room Use Codes – defined according to NCES Postsecondary Education Facilities Inventory and Classification Manual


Classroom teaching laboratory utilization analysis

Classroom & Teaching Laboratory Utilization Analysis


Classroom use by hour

Classroom Use by Hour


Scheduled classroom use by day and hour

Scheduled Classroom Use by Day and Hour


Classroom lab utilization

Classroom & Lab Utilization

  • Measures of utilization

    • Weekly room hours of use

    • Student station occupancy


Utilization components

Utilization Components

  • Weekly room use hours (The number of hours per week a room is in use)

    • Some guidelines are based on 45-hour week (9 hours per day, 5 days per week), others on 70-80 hour week, others on all hours

    • Classroom guidelines are generally between 22-40 hours per week

    • Laboratory guidelines are between 11-24 hours per week depending on the type of lab


Utilization components1

Utilization Components

  • Student station occupancy percentage(The average percentage of seats occupied during any given hour)

    • Classroom use targets are between 60% to 70%

    • Laboratory use targets are about 70% to 80%


Classroom utilization analysis by room size

Classroom Utilization Analysis by Room Size


Classroom utilization analysis by building

Classroom Utilization Analysis by Building


Teaching lab utilization analysis by building

Teaching Lab Utilization Analysis by Building


Teaching laboratory utilization by department

Teaching Laboratory Utilization by Department


Space needs analysis

Space Needs Analysis


Enrollment projections

Enrollment Projections

Staff and Faculty growth mirror student enrollment projections and desired student/faculty ratio

Includes approved faculty positions


Office space guideline

Office Space Guideline


Library guideline

Library Guideline

Existing Cobb Library: 22,900 ASF

New Library: 37,784 ASF


Existing asf

Existing ASF


Space needs analysis summary table

Space Needs Analysis - Summary Table


Space needs analysis academic space

Space Needs Analysis Academic Space

  • Classroom space in relative balance – station size

  • Largest deficit in teaching labs

  • Research (capstone and faculty)

  • Deficit in quantity of office and support space


Space needs analysis academic support space

Space Needs Analysis Academic Support Space

Library deficit base year - surplus at target year

Recreation deficit

Assembly and Exhibit deficit

Does not include Chapel

Does include Dendy-McNair


Space needs analysis auxiliary other space

Space Needs Analysis Auxiliary & Other Space

  • Athletics' offices

  • Student Union and Health Care in relative balance


Space needs analysis campuswide total space

Space Needs Analysis Campuswide Total Space

  • Most critical:

    • Teaching Laboratories

    • Academic Offices/Administration Office Quality

    • Assembly & Exhibit

    • P.E./Recreation/Athletics

    • Classroom Size Distribution


Please note

Space Needs Analysis - Academic


Please note

Space Needs Analysis - Administrative


Sna summary table two target years

SNA Summary Table – Two Target Years


Space needs analysis continuing education center

Space Needs Analysis Continuing Education Center

  • Includes programs of Special Programs Division such as LDI, ESL, Senior College, PEL, Elderhostel, and ASPEC

  • Additional Space required for Administrative Offices


Space needs analysis outcomes

Space Needs AnalysisOutcomes

  • Deficit in science laboratories and research

  • Integrated administrative functions

  • Bring together Collegia

  • General lack of office support space

  • Qualitative and quantitative space issues relative to fine and performing arts

  • Qualitative space and size issues related to classrooms


Space needs master plan development

Space Needs & Master Plan Development

  • Use guideline ASF for migration scenarios

  • Keep in mind distribution of ASF by functional space type

  • Program adjacency as important as space needs

  • Use master plan analysis as stepping stone to feasibility studies

  • Remember this is master plan level analysis


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