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Administrative Council Retreat – “Facilities” August 13, 2007 Administrative & Information Services Greg Burris Outline of Topics Facilities Reutilization Plan (FREUP) – Phase I JVIC JQH Arena University Recreation Center Private Developer Opportunities Arts Complex Various FREUP

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administrative council retreat facilities

Administrative Council Retreat – “Facilities”

August 13, 2007

Administrative & Information Services

Greg Burris

outline of topics
Outline of Topics
  • Facilities Reutilization Plan (FREUP) – Phase I
  • JVIC
  • JQH Arena
  • University Recreation Center
  • Private Developer Opportunities
  • Arts Complex
  • Various
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FREUP
  • FREUP = Facilities REUtilization Plan
  • Multiple phases
  • Phase I – University’s top FY08 capital appropriations request
    • $29.7 million appropriated from Lewis & Clark Discovery Funds
    • Seven buildings on three campuses
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FREUP
  • The FY08 FREUP – Phase I Capital Request . . .
    • Includes $3M for HSC remodeling to host some/all of HPER
    • Eliminated design funding for FREUP Phase II
    • “Generalized” Mountain Grove request beyond Shepard Hall
    • Noted “local match” for Siceluff of $726K (envelope)
    • Total cost remained same as FY07 request ($29.7M)
    • Local match commitment for Hass-Hoover Hall construction
  • Addresses facilities on all three campuses
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FREUP
  • Springfield campus
    • Siceluff Hall
    • Temple Hall
    • Kings Street Annex
    • Hammons Student Center
  • Mountain Grove campus
    • Shepard Hall
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FREUP
  • West Plains campus
    • Gohn-Wood House
    • Hass-Hoover Hall
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FREUP
  • Facilities Planning and Management Advisory Committee responsible for overall recommendations for addressing coordination of project
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FREUP
  • Siceluff Hall
    • University’s previous contribution . . . $726,000 to seal building envelope
    • Target Timeline:
      • Move occupants out – May 2008
      • Renovation – June 2008 – December 2009
      • Move new occupants in – January 2010
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FREUP
  • Siceluff Hall (cont)
    • Need to identify short- and long-term home for current Siceluff occupants
    • Some or all of the following units are currently housed in Siceluff:
      • Art & Design; Communication; Counseling, Leadership & Special Education; Equity & Diversity; Media, Journalism & Film; Music; Psychology; Theatre & Dance; Web Services; and the Writing Center
    • Each unit permitted to move into Siceluff signed a Siceluff Temporary Occupancy Plan (STOP) form acknowledging they would be moved to an unknown location
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FREUP
  • Siceluff Hall (cont)
    • During renovation, will experience a temporary reduction in classroom inventory
    • New occupants (after renovation) will be:
      • English Department
      • Modern & Classical Languages Department
      • The Writing Center
      • The Standard (?)
      • The Growl (?)
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FREUP
  • Temple Hall and Kings Street Annex
    • HVAC and electrical infrastructure upgrades
    • Target Timeline:
      • Move occupants out: December 2008
      • Renovations: January – December 2009
      • Move occupants in: December 2009
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FREUP
  • Hammons Student Center
    • Modifications to accommodate HPER dept
    • Largest challenge within project
    • Requires either . . .
      • Substantial sharing of HSC space with Athletics
      • Building addition
    • Vacating McDonald Arena necessary to allow conversion into Rec Center
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FREUP
  • Hammons Student Center (cont)
    • Target Timeline:
      • Renovations: September 2008 – December 2009
      • Move HPER to HSC: December 2009
  • Additional consideration: Joint use agreement with City of Springfield
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FREUP
  • Shepard Hall
    • Upgrades throughout facility
    • Need to identify temporary location for current occupants during renovation
    • Target Timeline:
      • Move occupants out: December 2008
      • Renovations: January - December 2009
      • Move occupants in: December 2009
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FREUP
  • Gohn-Wood House
    • Counseling, advisement, and administrative offices for bachelor’s and master’s programs
    • Target Timeline:
      • Renovations: October 2008 – March 2010
      • Move occupants in: May 2010
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FREUP
  • Hass-Hoover Hall
    • Student Advising, Academic Support Center, Honors program, computer lab, classrooms, study areas, and tutoring spaces
    • Target Timeline:
      • Demolition and construction: October 2008
      • Move occupants in: May 2010
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JVIC
  • Phase I renovation: Completed
  • Phase II renovation: Renovate buildings 3 and 5 (27,000 sf) -- $7.6M
    • 27,000 sf
    • Between Phase I tower and silos
    • $5 million from State (Lewis and Clark Discovery Fund)
    • $2.6 million from federal sources
jvic cont
JVIC (cont)
  • Scope of work in Phase II
    • Create “white box” space that is code compliant and sprinklered
    • Vivarium in Buildings 1 and 2
    • Space for Center for Biological and Life Sciences
    • Large clean room in Building 5
    • Demolish Building 4
phase 1 renovation
Phase 1 Renovation

Renovation of Buildings 1 & 2

  • Provide new vertical circulation including new exit stairs and a new elevator.
  • Construct shared labs and office space on floors 1, 6 and a portion of the fourth floor.
  • Construct JVIC administrative and conference space of the seventh floor.
  • Provide “white box” lease space for corporate affiliates on floors 2 – 5.
  • Replace all windows and provide a new facade on the building.
phase 2 renovation
Phase 2 Renovation

Renovation of Buildings 3 & 5

  • Provide a new link from the elevator lobby in Building 1 to Building 3.
  • Provide a new exit stair near the junction of Buildings 3 and 5.
  • Extend lighting, electrical, mechanical, plumbing and fire protection systems from Buildings 1 and 2 into Buildings 3 and 5, making the building ready for further development as project needs dictate and funds become available.
  • Replace all windows and provide a new facade on the north face of the building.
phase 2a renovation
Phase 2A Renovation

Further development of the facility to support the functions of JVIC and their corporate affiliates

  • Construct research space, office space, and laboratory support space for the Center for Biomedical & Life Sciences in Building 3 and in the basement of Buildings 1 & 2.
  • Isolate Building 5 from Building 3 to create a secure research facility in Building 5. Provide a new elevator to serve Building 5.
  • Demolish Building 4
  • Improve the east side of the parking lot and re-grade the site to improve drainage.
the announcement
The Announcement
  • February 10, 2006
  • Lead gift from

John Q. Hammons

    • Initially $25 million
    • Later increased to $30 million
jqh arena
JQH Arena
  • State-of-the-art video scoreboard
  • Intimate
  • Intimidating
  • Hall of Fame
  • Suites
  • Club
  • Loge
important dates
Important Dates
  • Summer 2007 – Collect letters of intent to purchase season tickets
  • October 1, 2007 – Deadline to submit Letter(s) of Intent to purchase season tickets for JQH Arena
  • Fall-Winter 2007 – Points will be totaled
  • Early 2008 – Contact season ticket holders and schedule Select-a-Seat meetings
  • April 2008 – Begin Select-a-Seat meetings
  • November 22, 2008 – JQH Arena opens
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University Recreation Center
  • Why do we need a new Recreation Center on the Springfield campus?
    • Current facilities are inadequate and disjointed
    • Support new Wellness Program (students and employees)
    • Student recruitment/retention
      • Missouri State’s “Achilles' heal” relative to competition?
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University Recreation Center
  • Campus Recreation Participation
    • 1994 – 6,000 participants (duplicated)
    • 2004 – 49 sports/programs; 14,220 participants (duplicated)
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University Recreation Center
  • Overview of Process (thus far)
    • Students voted to invest $75,000 of Wyrick funds toward recreation center feasibility study
    • Formed Recreation Center Steering Committee
      • Co-chaired by SGA and Campus Recreation
    • Hired Hastings+Chivetta to conduct feasibility study
    • Student survey
    • Faculty/Staff survey
    • Evaluation of alternate locations
    • Selection of McDonald Arena
    • Student subcommittees
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University Recreation Center
  • Student Survey Results
    • 2,780 students completed survey
      • 1,476 (53%) currently use MSU recreation facilities
      • 1,304 (47%) do not
    • Of the 1,476 that use Missouri State recreation facilities…
      • 72% use weekly or more often
      • 63% rate current facilities as fair or poor
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University Recreation Center
  • Student Survey Results (cont)
    • Of the total responses, % rating importance as “very important” or “somewhat important” . . .
      • Facilities/equipment available with no wait – 96%
      • Parking within close proximity – 74%
      • Hours of operation – 98%
      • Quality of equipment and facilities – 98%
      • Safe, secure, and clean – 98%
      • Not shared with Athletics – 76%
      • Fun atmosphere – 90%
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University Recreation Center
  • Student survey indicated strong support for . . .
    • Cardio equipment
    • Free weights and weight machines
    • Indoor walking & jogging areas
    • Aerobic/Yoga/Dancing programs
    • Sports courts
    • Indoor recreational pool
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University Recreation Center
  • Evaluation of Alternate Locations
    • Guidance: Target renovation of an existing facility
    • Considered two renovation options
      • McDonald Arena
      • Hammons Student Center
    • Students strongly prefer McDonald Arena
      • Central location on campus; adjacent to PSU
      • Avoids tensions with Athletics
      • Available sooner than HSC?
      • Better exterior appeal
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University Recreation Center
  • Referendum passed by students in October, 2007
    • 2007-08: $30/sem ($15/sem in summer)
    • 2008-09: $40/sem ($20/sem in summer)
    • 2009-10: $50/80 sem ($30/45 sem in summer) *
    • 2010-11: $80/sem ($45/sem in summer)

* Escalation to $80/sem fee depends upon actual opening date (target opening is Fall, 2010)

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University Recreation Center
  • Revenue Sources
    • New Student Recreation Center Fee
      • Recreation Center fee will be in addition to existing HSC/PSC fee
        • Now rolled into a Facilities & Equipment fee
    • Employees will “pay to play” (voluntary memberships)
    • Estimated Revenues:
      • One-time:
        • Student Recreation Center fee (2007-2009): $4,171,911
        • Contribution from Residence Life: $3,750,000
      • Annual:
        • Student Recreation Center Fee: $2,824,499
    • Many naming opportunities for private donors
      • Will retain McDonald Arena name
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University Recreation Center
  • Estimated Expenses
    • Assumption: 110% of 2007 prices
    • Assumption: Design, Renovations, FF&E costs = $23,320,000
    • Annual:
      • Debt Service (+ 10%): $1,419,000 (20 year bonds)
      • Operations expense: $1,326,685
      • Total Annual Expenses: $2,745,685
    • Annual revenue projections cover annual expense projections
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University Recreation Center
  • Quote from student leaders involved in the project . . .

“If you’re going to do it, do it right.”

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University Recreation Center
  • Will be a University recreation center
  • To be located within McDonald Arena
    • HPER department and dance studio must be relocated
    • Part of FREUP plan
    • Recreational pool will be addition on north side
  • Status:
    • HPER-to-HSC programming study in progress
    • Currently developing RFP for selection of Rec Center architect
    • Heavy student involvement
  • Preliminary conceptual design . . .
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University Recreation Center
  • Project Target Timeline
    • Fall 2007 – Rec Center Fee begins; Hire a design architect
    • Fall 2007-December 2008 – Renovate HSC and relocate HPER; complete design of University Rec Center
    • January 2009-Summer/Fall 2010 – McDonald Arena renovations occur
    • Summer/Fall 2010 – Anticipated opening
public private development opportunities
Public-Private Development Opportunities
  • Multiple private developers have expressed interest
  • Options
    • Privately developed facility on University land
    • Privately developed facility on private land
  • Space needs
    • Residence Hall
  • RFP in development
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Arts Complex
  • Arts Advisory Committee is a subcommittee of the Facilities Planning and Management Advisory Committee
    • Seeking downtown facility/facilities to co-host Art & Design and community art programs
    • Seeking 60,000-80,000 sf downtown
    • Report from committee expected in mid-September
    • Following receipt of recommendation, University will begin negotiating for space
campus master planning
Campus Master Planning
  • Challenge: To increase emphasis on campus master planning and develop a compelling, shared vision regarding facilities requirements and space utilization
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Campus Master Planning
  • Scope of Challenge
    • Springfield campus
      • 57 buildings on 225 acres
      • 4,494,859 sf of building space
    • West Plains campus
      • 19 buildings on 20 acres
      • 208,371 sf of building space
    • Mountain Grove campus
      • 17 buildings on 192 acres
      • 53,089 sf of building space
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Campus Master Planning
  • Impacts . . .
    • Public overall perception of the University
    • Recruitment of students, faculty, and staff
    • Engagement of alumni
    • Comprehensive Campaign
    • “Best practices” in learning/teaching via classroom design and technologies
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Campus Master Planning
  • Select and hire consultant to assist in updating our Campus Master Plan(s)
    • Work closely with various stakeholders
space management
Space Management
  • Need to develop a comprehensive inventory of space needs
  • Soliciting anticipated future space requirements via “Unmet Space Needs Survey”
    • Due August 20
research space
Research Space
  • Challenge: Need more research space
  • Optional Solutions:
    • Can existing classrooms be better utilized to allow some to be converted to research space?
    • Should additional spaces be created?
  • Typically more expensive space
  • Need flexible space
sustainability
Sustainability
  • Challenge: To increase emphasis on sustainability
  • Optional Solutions:
    • Create Sustainability Subcommittee under Environmental Management Policy Panel
    • Increased emphasis on energy efficiency
    • Emphasize design/development of “green” buildings
    • Emphasize recycling
  • We’re already doing many things to promote sustainability, such as . . .
engineering program s space requirements
Engineering Program’s Space Requirements
  • Awaiting space requirements
    • CNAS Dean is performing space analysis
  • Likely to be hosted in Kemper Hall
  • Likely that Engineering and Industrial Management will share lab spaces
    • Requires proximity of programs
    • Impact on need for Stores & Maintenance building/footprint to become academic space?
boiler modernization
Boiler Modernization
  • Retrofitting 3 boilers (1958, 1965, 1990)
  • Eliminating 1 boiler (1958)
  • Relocating control room (safety)
  • Will result in increased efficiency
  • $3M allocated during FY07-FY08 to address this need
  • Status: In progress
  • Target Completion: Fall 2009
title ix facility upgrades
Title IX Facility Upgrades
  • Prior commitment to Office of Civil Rights
    • FY06-FY09
  • Completed upgrades
    • Softball lighting
    • Softball locker rooms
    • Softball fences (left- and right-field lines)
    • Volleyball locker rooms
    • Swimming shower heads and ceiling tile replacement
    • Field Hockey lines on PSC turf
    • Softball hitting/pitching area and dugouts
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Title IX Facility Upgrades
  • Requests from Athletics have changed since submission to OCR
  • Potential to move softball to top-notch Greene County Parks Department softball complex?
city university cooperative agreement 2
City-University Cooperative Agreement #2
  • Goal: Maintain positive working/planning arrangement with City of Springfield
  • Cooperative Agreement #1 obligations anticipated to be met by 2008
    • Some initiatives jointly agreed not to pursue
    • Will take “close out” document to Board of Governors and City Council at end of 2007
  • Cooperative Agreement #2 will focus more on east, west, and north sides of campus
city university cooperative agreement 2 cont
City-University Cooperative Agreement #2 (cont)
  • Build on past successes
    • Bi-monthly leadership meetings
    • Cooperative Agreement #1
    • JVIC
    • CID participation
    • SPD Substation
  • Current projects
    • Joint traffic/parking/pedestrian study
    • JQH Arena sanitary sewer upgrades
    • JQH Arena storm sewer / storm water detention
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City-University Cooperative Agreement #2 (cont)
  • Potential areas for Cooperative Agreement #2
    • National Avenue median
    • National & Grand intersection redesign
    • Streetscape upgrades
    • Grand Avenue upgrades
    • Wayfinding
    • Formal entrance
    • Strengthen linkage to Downtown
    • Bike trails
    • NOEL and SOEL
deferred maintenance
Deferred Maintenance
  • Conducted Facilities Condition Assessment (FCA) in 2003
  • Current estimated deferred maintenance: $81M
  • FREUP I will resolve approximately $6M
  • Unfunded deferred maintenance: $75M
  • Will conduct another FCA by 2009
  • Inflation impact
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