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Title: Master Planning for Massachusetts State and Community Colleges: Northeast Region


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Master Planning for Massachusetts State and
Community Colleges Northeast Region
  • North Shore Community College
  • January 31, 2007

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Agenda
  • Firm Description
  • Relevant Experience and Expertise
  • Data Requests
  • Next Steps

Agenda
Firm Description
Relevant Experience
Next Steps
Data Requests
3
planning
Over 400 National Design Awards
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Firm Description
  • Leader in institutional planning master plans
    for over 300 colleges and universities
  • Comprehensive Collaborative
  • Planning, landscape, architecture, programming,
    interiors, parking transportation, engineering
  • Nationally recognized for urban district planning
    and revitalization
  • Integration of strategic educational issues and
    design of learning environments
  • Small focused teams working collaboratively with
    the client
  • Sasaki Green

George Mason University
Metropolitan Community College
Schuylkill Gateway
Agenda
Firm Description
Relevant Experience
Next Steps
Data Requests
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Team Members
Key Staff Dan Kenney Principal in Charge James
Miner Project Manager Kelly Houston Project
Designer Elizabeth Sargent Project
Planner Supporting Staff Stacey Beuttell
Landscape Architecture Philip Parsons Strategic
Planning Programming Dana
Ragouzeous Research Planning Subconsultants Nit
sch Engineering Civil Engineer SAR
Engineering M/E/P Engineer Hanscomb, Faithful
Gould Cost Estimator
Relevant Experience
Next Steps
Data Requests
Agenda
Firm Description
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Organizational Chart
DCAM
Board of Higher Education
Sasaki Associates, Inc. D. Kenney, AIA,
AICP Principal-in-Charge J. Miner, AICP Project
Manager
Sasaki Associates, Inc. E. Sargent Campus
Planner M. ONeill Campus Design S.
Beutell Landscape Architect P. Parsons Strategic
Planning Programming D. Ragouzeous Research
Planning
Hanscomb Faithful Gould Cost Estimator Seamus
Fennessy, MRICS, Associate/Estimating
Manager Edward Aruin, Senior Mechanical Estimator
Judith Nitsch Engineering WBE Civil Engineer and
Traffic Consulting Jerry Blumenthal
SAR Engineering MBE M/E/P and Utilities
Engineering
Relevant Experience
Next Steps
Data Requests
Agenda
Firm Description
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Process
  1. Complete Kick-Off Meetings for Northeast Region
    (January February)
  2. Complete Data Requests and Eva Klein Updates (end
    of February)
  3. Conduct Site Reconnaissance Visits and Interviews
    (March)
  4. Existing Conditions Analysis and Draft
    Alternatives
  5. Alternatives Workshops
  6. Document Preferred Direction and Update Capital
    Priorities
  7. Final Campus Workshops
  8. Campus Plan Documentation
  9. Regional Prioritization

Agenda
Firm Description
Relevant Experience
Next Steps
Data Requests
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Relevant Experience
Space Analysis All Campuses
Peer Median
Minimum guideline
Existing Space
Comprehensive Planning
Metropolitan Community College Omaha, NE
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Understanding Community Demographics
Trends in Higher Education
  • 23 of state college undergraduate students and
    45 of community college students are considered
    non-traditional
  • 62 of the student population are women
  • 76 of state college students are commuters
  • 28 of full time state college students commute
    more than 20 miles
  • 46 of state college students attend part time

Characteristics of Massachusetts State and
Community College students
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Trends in Higher Education
Interdisciplinary Learning
  • Learning is fundamentally social
  • The whole campus is a classroom
  • Learning communities
  • Collaboration
  • Group learning
  • Hybrid/blended learning

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Trends in Higher Education
Technology
  • Technology is changing the relationship between
    people and knowledge
  • Students are evolving into active learners and
    consumers of education
  • Technology is freeing learning from the
    constraints of space, time, and place
  • Libraries are less of a collection house and more
    a center for accessing knowledge

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Trends in Higher Education
Financial Resources
Merrimack College North Andover, MA
  • Rising costs of tuition
  • Less resources available
  • Campus are more strategic in terms of space
    planning in order to recruit and retain students
  • Renovation / reuse of existing facilities
  • Mixed use facilities

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Turning Vision into Reality
Merrimack College North Andover, MA
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Turning Vision into Reality
Merrimack College North Andover, MA
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Relevant Experience
Strategic Planning for College and University
Systems
South Omaha Campus
Elkhorn Campus
Ft. Omaha Campus
Metropolitan Community College Omaha, NE
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Space Standards for the University System of
Georgia
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Space Standards for the University System of
Georgia
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Relevant Experience
Strategic Planning for College and University
Systems
University System of Georgia
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Relevant Experience
Strategic Planning for College and University
Systems
University System of Georgia
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Space Standards for the University System of
Georgia
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Relevant Experience
  • The University System of Georgia educated 230,000
    students in 2002 a 10 increase from the
    previous year

University System of Georgia
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Relevant Experience
  • Organized into 7 regions (captured 83 of the
    students) to better understand program and
    facility strengths

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Relevant Experience
A mean projection of 345,000 students (an
additional 113,000 students) was applied to
understand program and facility needs
30-32 million gsf
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Planning Process Overview
Relevant Experience
The Absorption of Existing Space Will Vary From
Region to Region
  • For example in the Atlanta region, any existing
    space capacity will be absorbed in
  • 2006 Classroom
  • 2008 Lab
  • 2011 Office
  • In the Brunswick region, any existing space
    capacity will be absorbed in
  • 2005 Classroom
  • 2007 Lab
  • 2011 Office
  • In the Savannah region, any existing space
    capacity will be absorbed in
  • 2004 Classroom
  • 2005 Lab
  • 2007 Office

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  • University System of Georgia Project List
  • Dalton State College
  • North Georgia College and State University
  • Kennesaw State University
  • Gainesville State University
  • Georgia Gwinnett College
  • Augusta State University
  • Georgia State University
  • Georgia Institute of Technology
  • University of West Georgia
  • Clayton State University
  • Gordon College
  • Georgia College and State University
  • Albany State University
  • Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College

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Relevant Experience
Dalton State College Dalton, GA
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Relevant Experience
Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College Tifton, GA
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Relevant Experience
Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College Tifton, GA
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Georgia Gwinnett College Lawrenceville, GA
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Relevant Experience
Fort McPherson Atlanta, GA
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Existing Data
  • Data currently available
  • Enrollment summary (1995-2001, with predicted
    trend data for 2006 and 2011)
  • Classroom, office, laboratory and library
    capacity analysis (2001 actual, predicted for
    2006 and 2011)
  • 10 year strategic capital program for Lowell and
    Bedford campuses with back-up detail (2003)
  • Physical Plant Data (2006)
  • CAMIS Building Summaries (2006)
  • Rickes Summary Utilization Study (class and lab
    space only, 2006)

Agenda
Firm Description
Relevant Experience
Next Steps
Data Requests
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Existing Data
  • Enrollment summary
  • 2006
  • FTEs 4,196
  • Credit HC 6,815
  • Non-credit HC 6,122
  • Non-credit FTE 653
  • 2011
  • FTEs 4,361
  • Credit HC 7,042
  • Non-credit HC 7,204
  • Non-credit FTE 768
  • Predicted, based on historic trend data from
    1995-2001, and is not broken down by campus (i.e.
    Danvers, Lynn, Beverly)

Agenda
Firm Description
Relevant Experience
Next Steps
Data Requests
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Existing Data
  • Space Needs by 2011
  • Classroom 2,969
  • Office (24,699)
  • Laboratory (27,532)
  • Library (28)
  • TOTAL (49,291)
  • Predicted, based on 2001 data, and is not
    broken down by campus (i.e. Danvers, Lynn,
    Beverly)

Agenda
Firm Description
Relevant Experience
Next Steps
Data Requests
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Physical Plant data is not broken down by campus
(i.e. Danvers, Lynn, Beverly)
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Existing Data
  • 10 Year Strategic Capital Program Lynn and
    Beverly
  • Phase 1 (years 1 to 5)
  • Soil contamination study
  • Academic facilities expansion
  • Phase 2 (years 6 to 10)
  • Modernization of Magee Building
  • Construction of maintenance storage facility
  • Renovation of storage garage
  • Long Term
  • Create regional resource and training center
    (Beverly)

Agenda
Firm Description
Relevant Experience
Next Steps
Data Requests
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Existing Data
  • 10 Year Strategic Capital Program Danvers
  • Phase 1 (years 1 to 5)
  • Renovation of Allied Health and Science Building
    and Friends Building
  • Construction of high bay garage, greenhouse,
    small animal building
  • Creation of implementation plan
  • Phase 2 (years 6 to 10)
  • Renovation of storage garage

Agenda
Firm Description
Relevant Experience
Next Steps
Data Requests
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Additional Data Required
  • College History, Mission and Academic Programs
  • History and profile of the school
  • Mission Statement
  • Strategic Academic Plan (document stating future
    goals and objectives related to academic mission
    and program offerings)
  • Academic Programs Profile (including list of
    academic departments, degrees awarded, and majors
    and minors offered)
  • Enrollment Management Plan (if available)
  • Existing and Projected (if available) Student,
    Faculty and Staff Population Profile (BHE will
    provide Fall 2004 headcounts and FTEs
    description of any relevant distinguishing
    characteristics, for example, resident students
    versus commuters)

Agenda
Firm Description
Relevant Experience
Next Steps
Data Requests
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Additional Data Required
  • College History, Mission and Academic Programs
  • Description of Existing and Proposed Off-Campus
    Programs and Services (where applicable,
    including list of satellite campuses,
    shared/leased/off-campus facilities such as
    on-site training programs at corporate
    facilities, or other locations)
  • Student Service Programs Description (including
    residential facilities, health services,
    athletics and recreation, student activities,
    foodservice, campus bookstore, etc.)
  • Accreditation Reports (where applicable)

Agenda
Firm Description
Relevant Experience
Next Steps
Data Requests
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Additional Data Required
  • Campus Facilities
  • Campus Map (ideally the campus map should show
    the entire campus with boundaries, buildings,
    roads, paths, parking lots, topography, wetlands
    and other items of environmental significance,
    utility infrastructure, etc.)

Agenda
Firm Description
Relevant Experience
Next Steps
Data Requests
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Additional Data Required
  • Campus Facilities
  • Past master plans illustrative and/or
    descriptive campus map and parking map.
  • Aerial Photographs, current and historical,
    including oblique views.
  • Land Surveys, including property lines,
    topography, major trees, building locations,
    easements, wetlands, utilities.
  • Building Plans, preferably in digital form, of
    all floors elevations, building heights, and
    typical sections, if available.

Agenda
Firm Description
Relevant Experience
Next Steps
Data Requests
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Additional Data Required
  • Campus Facilities
  • Building Data (DCAM will provide information
    contained in the CAMIS database for all
    state-owned structures on each campus, including
    name, square footage, date of construction, type
    of construction, usage, and an approximate list
    of deficiencies space inventories of assignable
    square footage across the campus will also be
    provided to the consultant by DCAM assignable
    square footage spreadsheets compiled for the
    Space Utilization Analysis, along with other
    information generated by Rickes Associates, will
    be provided directly by DCAM to the planning
    consultant)
  • Description of Campus Utilities (including
    systems profiles for water supply, sewer, storm
    water, electricity, natural gas, etc.
    information on sizes, capacities, age, condition,
    etc. would be useful)

Agenda
Firm Description
Relevant Experience
Next Steps
Data Requests
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Additional Data Required
  • Campus Facilities
  • Parking and Transportation Data (including, where
    available, parking counts, parking management
    program, traffic studies, transportation
    management plan, etc.)
  • Summary Statement of Campus "Green
    Design"/Sustainability Programs (including
    building retrofits, retro commissioning,
    renewable energy use, energy and water
    conservation measures, waste recycling, purchase
    of green supplies, environmentally appropriate
    landscaping, etc.)
  • Capital Projects List (summary of recent within
    the last five years and current capital
    projects broken down by individual building
    include major repairs and renovation, new
    construction, work with the Mass. State College
    Building Authority, etc.)
  • Plans for Future Development (any other planning
    efforts undertaken by the Colleges)

Agenda
Firm Description
Relevant Experience
Next Steps
Data Requests
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Phase One Lessons Learned
Massasoit Community College
  • A good plan starts with good data
  • Total instructional space need 25,200 gsf
  • Surplus of office space indicated in EKA study
    contradicted in user group interviews further
    study is recommended
  • Significant need for modernization / maintenance
    of existing facilities

ClassroomR (11,958) ASF (18,500) GSF
LabR (4,342) ASF (6,700) GSF
OfficeK 9,892 ASF 15,200 GSF
LibraryK (2,879) ASF (4,400) GSF
Firm Description
Next Steps
Data Requests
Agenda
Relevant Experience
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Phase One Lessons Learned
Cape Cod Community College
  • Any departure from Eva Klein must be documented
    early

Firm Description
Next Steps
Data Requests
Agenda
Relevant Experience
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Phase One Lessons Learned
Bristol Community College
  • Allied Health needs to be examined at a regional
    level

Three of the five campuses in the Southeast
Region had a new capital request for Allied
Health (Bristol CC, Massasoit CC, Cape Cod CC)
Firm Description
Next Steps
Data Requests
Agenda
Relevant Experience
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Phase One Lessons Learned
Massasoit Community College
  • "Fix it First" cannot always be achieved without
    new capital

Firm Description
Next Steps
Data Requests
Agenda
Relevant Experience
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Phase One Lessons Learned
Massachusetts Maritime Academy
  • Student life can be an important element of
    academic success

Firm Description
Next Steps
Data Requests
Agenda
Relevant Experience
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Phase One Lessons Learned
Bridgewater State College
  • Student life can be an important element of
    academic success

Firm Description
Next Steps
Data Requests
Agenda
Relevant Experience
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Lynn Waterfront
res./mixed use green space promenade connection ro
ad/rail focal point gateway rail station
Downtown
Lynn Commons
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NSCC
Sagamore Hill
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New Development
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Wilkes-Barre, PA
Detroit, MI
Charleston, SC
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Process
  1. Complete Kick-Off Meetings for Northeast Region
    (January February)
  2. Complete Data Requests and Eva Klein Updates (end
    of February)
  3. Conduct Site Reconnaissance Visits and Interviews
    (March)
  4. Existing Conditions Analysis and Draft
    Alternatives
  5. Alternatives Workshops
  6. Document Preferred Direction and Update Capital
    Priorities
  7. Final Campus Workshops
  8. Campus Plan Documentation
  9. Regional Prioritization

Agenda
Firm Description
Relevant Experience
Next Steps
Data Requests
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Data Requests
  • Space inventory data supplemental to Rickes
    analysis
  • Campus base maps in CAD format with the following
    layers
  • Ownership
  • Building footprints
  • Roads
  • Parking
  • Pedestrian Paths
  • Playfields
  • Utility Infrastructure
  • Existing Vegetation
  • Topography

Agenda
Firm Description
Relevant Experience
Next Steps
Data Requests
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