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  1. Administrative Council Retreat – “Facilities” August 13, 2007 Administrative & Information Services Greg Burris

  2. Outline of Topics • Facilities Reutilization Plan (FREUP) – Phase I • JVIC • JQH Arena • University Recreation Center • Private Developer Opportunities • Arts Complex • Various

  3. FREUP

  4. 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

  5. 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

  6. FREUP • Springfield campus • Siceluff Hall • Temple Hall • Kings Street Annex • Hammons Student Center • Mountain Grove campus • Shepard Hall

  7. FREUP • West Plains campus • Gohn-Wood House • Hass-Hoover Hall

  8. FREUP • Facilities Planning and Management Advisory Committee responsible for overall recommendations for addressing coordination of project

  9. 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

  10. 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

  11. 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 (?)

  12. 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

  13. 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

  14. 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

  15. 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

  16. 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

  17. 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

  18. JVIC

  19. 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

  20. 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

  21. Jordan Valley Innovation Center

  22. Jordan Valley Innovation Center

  23. Jordan Valley Innovation Center

  24. Jordan Valley Innovation Center

  25. Jordan Valley Innovation Center

  26. Jordan Valley Innovation Center

  27. 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.

  28. 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.

  29. 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.

  30. Jordan Valley Innovation Center

  31. Jordan Valley Innovation Center Lab

  32. The Announcement • February 10, 2006 • Lead gift from John Q. Hammons • Initially $25 million • Later increased to $30 million

  33. View from a Suite

  34. View from Loge Seats

  35. JQH Arena • State-of-the-art video scoreboard • Intimate • Intimidating • Hall of Fame • Suites • Club • Loge

  36. Project Budget as of 8/3/07

  37. JQH Arena Premium Seating

  38. 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

  39. A different fan experience

  40. University Recreation Center

  41. 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?