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Title: Introductions


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Introductions Richard Chapman Associate Vice
President, Capital Projects Office UW Climate
Action Plan Ruth Johnston Associate Vice
President, Finance and Facilities Campus Master
Plan Academic Planning Colleen Pike Director,
Capital Space Planning Office (CASPO)Real
Estate Jeanette Henderson Director of Real
Estate Project Planning Kristine
Kenney University Landscape Architect, Capital
Projects Office Project Delivery John
Palewicz Director Central Projects, Capital
Projects Office Operations Maintenance Charles
Kennedy Associate Vice President, Facilities
Services
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UW Climate Action Plan
  • American College and University Presidents
    Climate Commitment
  • Goal is to achieve climate neutrality (date to be
    determined by UW, looking at 2050)
  • Students are highly committed to sustainability
    and demand, drive and engage with our efforts
  • Guided by Environmental Stewardship Advisory
    Committee

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UW Climate Action Plan - Approach
  • High level, Plan to Plan, followed by action
    planning and implementation
  • Aligned with UW Grand Challenges, College of
    Environment and others
  • All inclusive process including faculty, staff
    and students from all three campuses
  • Focus on administrative initiatives, and academic
    research, learning and outreach activities, and
    how these efforts can be integrated

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UW Climate Action Plan - Partners
  • City of Seattle
  • Seattle Climate Partnership
  • State of Washington
  • Washington public universities

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Proposed Mitigation Strategies
  • Identify alternative energy sources to fuel
    buildings
  • Build high performance and flexible buildings
    using integrated design and life cycle analysis
  • Refurbish existing buildings to improve
    efficiency
  • Improve green computing practices

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Proposed Mitigation Strategies
  • Provide additional commuting options (transit,
    bike, pedestrian)
  • Improve/increase videoconferencing/virtual
    communications
  • Educate community on behavioral changes
  • Create near-by campus living opportunities
  • Integrate academic research, learning and
    outreach with administrative initiatives and vice
    a versa

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From President Emmerts Address to CampusLong
Term Areas of Focus
  • Environment
  • Energy
  • Urbanization
  • Healthcare
  • Information Technology

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Seattle Campus Facts
  • Population
  • Students - 42,000
  • Faculty and Staff - 26,000 in University area
  • Space
  • 16 million square feet on campus
  • 1 million square feet off-campus - owned
  • 1 million square feet of leased space

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Campus Master Plan
  • Seattle Campus Master Plan adopted in 2003
  • Open Space
  • Transportation and Circulation
  • Development
  • All potential sites over 60 sites and 8 million
    gsf
  • Planned building demolition 870,000 gsf
  • Additional development of 3 million gsf
  • Leases and acquisitions

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Current Development
  • New Construction Projects in West Campus
  • Housing
  • Ethnic Cultural Center
  • New Construction in other sectors
  • Molecular Engineering Building
  • Business School Paccar Hall
  • UWMC Expansion

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Real Estate Market Context
  • U-District property ownership
  • Market opportunities market demand
  • Acquisition timing
  • Transparency v. deal-making
  • Shadow on the Footprint
  • Business District
  • Crime safety

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Project Development Opportunities
  • Transit oriented development
  • Urban Land Institute Initiative
  • Public / Private development

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Project Development Issues
  • Dynamic flexible
  • Comprehensive
  • Support communication and decision-making
  • Neighborhood and campus
  • Mixed use - housing, academic, commercial

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Project Development Concerns
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1. Process
  • Working with City agencies and their specific
    demands
  • Property Lines
  • EIS and MUP Process

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2. Relationships
  • Maintain a positive relationship with the
    Community
  • Perception of the University
  • Lack of control over issues

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3. Image Character
  • University of Washington
  • Interface and Connect
  • Student safety

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Power HouseUniversity of Washington, circa 1910
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The University of Washington
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West Campus
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West Campus Tunnels / Sewer
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Facilities Services Concerns
  • Land Acquisition Strategy
  • Centralized vs. De-Centralized Systems
  • Sustainable, Maintainable, Functional
  • Total Cost of Ownership
  • Transportation/ Security Issues

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Introductions Richard Chapman Associate Vice
President, Capital Projects Office UW Climate
Action Plan Ruth Johnston Associate Vice
President, Finance and Facilities Campus Master
Plan Academic Planning Colleen Pike Director,
Capital Space Planning Office (CASPO)Real
Estate Jeanette Henderson Director of Real
Estate Project Planning Kristine
Kenney University Landscape Architect, Capital
Projects Office Project Delivery John
Palewicz Director Central Projects, Capital
Projects Office Operations Maintenance Charles
Kennedy Associate Vice President, Facilities
Services
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