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  1. Building 100 Remodel - Feasibility Chabot College 11.12.2009

  2. AGENDA • Background • Assumptions • Scope and Cost • Layouts • Pros and Cons • Next Steps

  3. BACKGROUND • User Group Involvement • June - September 2009 • Dean Corcoran, Dean Vo-Kumamoto, Cindy Hicks, Jim Matthews • Previous Library/Learning Connection FPP in 2007 • Extensive Remodel of All Floors • New Entry/Lobby/Stairs/Elevator • Series of Large User Group Meetings, Interviews and Tours • Previous Budget: $16M - $20M • Feasibility Study • No Demolition, Minimal Renovation, Moderate Remodel • Current Budget: $3.1M Construction Budget, $4M Total Project Budget

  4. ASSUMPTIONS

  5. COST ASSUMPTIONS • ALL 3 OPTIONS: • Construction Timeline: April – October 2010 • Per DSA 8/24/09: No Sprinkler, No Seismic, No Elevator Upgrade • Not included: Soft Cost, Fees, Sitework • Areas to Remain: TV, Radio, Telecon, Media, Health, Restrooms • All 3 Options include: • Library Circulation Desk, A/V Changes and Wall Removal • New Carpet/Paint, New FF&E Budget • Security Adjustments, Select CCTV, Elevator Controls • Associated Hazmat • Connection Loop to C.U.P.

  6. SCOPE AND COST

  7. SCOPE AND COST • NO DEMOLITION • ~12,800 asf, ~18,300 gsf • All walls stay as is • New carpet & paint • Min M/E adjustments • No new lighting • Study Rooms on perimeter • Estimate = $1.79M, ~$98/sf • MINIMAL RENOVATION • ~13,500 asf, ~18,300 gsf • Perimeter offices stay as is • New carpet & paint • Some M/E adjustments • 2/3 new lighting • Some walls with glazing • Existing offices on perimeter • Study Rooms on perimeter • Estimate = $3.13M, ~$171/sf • MODERATE REMODEL • ~14,300 asf, ~18,300 gsf • All walls new configuration • New carpet & paint • More M/E/P adjustments • All new lighting • More walls with glazing • New offices on perimeter • Study Rooms in center • More open areas • Estimate = $4.42M, ~$241/sf

  8. LAYOUTS

  9. NO DEMOLITION – Space Layout

  10. NO DEMOLITION – Furniture Layout

  11. MINIMAL – Space Layout

  12. MINIMAL – Furniture Layout

  13. MODERATE – Space Layout

  14. MODERATE – Furniture Layout

  15. LIBRARY – Space Layout

  16. LIBRARY – Furniture Layout

  17. MEZZANINE – Space Layout

  18. PROS AND CONS

  19. PROS AND CONS NO DEMO PRO CON MINIMAL PRO CON MODERATE PRO CON Centralizes Learning Support lll Services Provides ‘inviting’ and lll ‘welcoming’ space Provides spaces that stimulatelOl social interaction Enhances Library & Learning OOl Connection relationship VISIONARY Supports collaboration and lOl integration of Programs Collects groups into ‘open areas’ lOl Multi-functional dynamicspaces lOladaptable to pedagogy Creates intuitive wayfinding lll Offers convenient Study Rooms lll FUNCTIONAL Safe and supervisable areaslll Relative Construction Timeline 3m 4m 6m Construction Cost 1.7M 3.1M 4.4M Total Units (Student Seats) 219258324 PRAGMATIC

  20. NEXT STEPS • Recommended Feasibility • Begin Detailed Design Phase