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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

  • Process/Methodology
  • Classroom and Laboratory Utilization
  • Preliminary Space Needs Analysis
  • Collection of Data
    • Room-by-Room Facilities Inventory

Field Verification

    • Fall 2003 Course Data
    • Fall 2003 Staffing Information
    • Enrollment and Staffing Projections
  • 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 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%
enrollment projections
Enrollment Projections

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

Includes approved faculty positions

library guideline
Library Guideline

Existing Cobb Library: 22,900 ASF

New Library: 37,784 ASF

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
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