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  1. By: Chris Kerlin July 6, 2012 MAA 587 The path to a world class international school athletic facility at the American international school of Vienna

  2. Current facility overview

  3. Current facility overview

  4. Current facility overview

  5. Three parts • Sports Hall Improvement • Lower Gym Expansion • Swimming Pool Development The proposal

  6. Overview of new facility site

  7. Johnson Air Rotation HVAC System €35,000 Sports Hall improvement Plan

  8. Lower Gym expansion • Expand Basketball Court • Develop Two lengthwise Practice Courts with Divider • Enhance Fitness Facility • Create Sports Technology Center • Expand Storage Space

  9. Staples swimming pool development State-of-the-art 6 lane, 25m (can be extended to 50m) pool that has a timing system, seating for 200, locker rooms, offices, concession stand, and a parking lot for 50 cars.

  10. Revenue Streams • Staples naming rights € 3 million. • Tuition fee increase of 2%. €300,000 per year. • Morning/Evening memberships € 164,000 ($207,000) per year. Based on €150 income per hour for 5 hours a day for 5 days a week for 46 weeks. • Weekend Rentals by appointment. Based on €150 per hour and 6 hours per month average €10,800 per year. • Summer Swim programs. Based on 300 kids over two sessions - €27,000 per summer. • Additional events in Sports Hall - variable Budget

  11. Projected Expenses Fixed Costs projections: • Land purchase and legal fees €1.5 million • Land grading and leveling cost - €30,000 • Building and Pool cost €3 million • Parking Lot €20,000 • Lower Gym Construction €3 million • HVAC system €35,000 • Aquatics Director - €45,000 per year. • Assistant Aquatics Director - €35,000 per year. • 6 Aquatics Teachers (2 per division) - €30,000 per year per teacher. Variable Costs projections: • Swimming Pool Operating Costs € 160,000 per year • HVAC system €15,000 per year Budget

  12. 6 Portable seating stands for basketball court €1,800 • Divider for court €1,000 • 6 glass backboards €3,200 • Theater projection system and whiteboard €10,000 • 10 desktop computers €8,000 • Nautilus circuit training system and MJ5 €3,000 • 6 lane swim timing system comprising timing computer, printer, start system with 6 speakers (provides a fairer start than a single speaker), 6 touch pads, wiring harness and 6 line alpha-numeric scoreboard. • 6 starting platforms • Turning boards at both ends • Racing lanes - €1,500 • False start rope • 2 backstroke turn indicators • Large sweep hand timing clock • White boards at each end of the pool • Real time clock • Pool cover • Public address system. • Portable hoist, for use by swimmers with disabilities, with fixings in both the main pool and the learner pool. • Swimming and teaching aids Equipment & Partial Costs

  13. Swimming Pool Hours: • Monday – Friday 5:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday closed during the school year for maintenance and cleaning. SummerHours begin after the last day of school: • Monday – Friday 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. July 30th to August 12th is the Annual Shut Down for maintenance and renovation. Fitness Facility Hours: • Monday-Friday 5:30 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. for staff; normal school hours are for classes and during high school free blocks a student trainer will supervise the facility; 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. open to teams; 4:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. open to community members and students with ID cards – supervised by student trainer. CLOSED SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. Future facility management and maintenance

  14. Risk Management Matrix will be established by the Senior Leadership Team and revisited every 6 months. For Fitness Facility: • Evacuation/Fire/Lockdown plans will be posted on the wall and will be practiced once every 6 months. • First Aid/AED will be placed in the facility. • Emergency procedure will be posted on the wall and located in the first aid kit. • Emergency phone will be available in the facility. • Supervision will be provided by trained 12th grade students interested in the fitness field. For Swimming Facility: • The first four points mentioned above will be implemented. • All Aquatics personnel, including maintenance and cleaning staff, and the high school life guards will be trained by certified Red Cross personnel. • All elementary and new students will be taught a water safety course. • 4 Water floatation devices will be on site. One on each side of the pool. • Proper signage will be placed in the facility regarding safety precautions and expectations (specifics to be determined later). • Waiver forms will be required for all users of the facility. • Security cameras in place with feed to security guards on site. Risk Management Plan

  15. Planning process is HUGE and needs to be done by a group of diverse people. • One more change… • Facility plan as marketing tool. • Could provide a connection to the local Austrian population • Thanks! • Any questions? Closing remarks