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Title: Facilities Planning Committee Report


1
Facilities Planning Committee Report
  • First Baptist Church
  • 600 Governors Drive
  • October 2006

2
Committee Members
  • Janice Allison
  • Debbie Bell- Staff/ Trustee Liaison
  • Kimberly Collette- Vice-Chairman
  • Jan Mann- Secretary
  • Kristi Taylor
  • Jeff Gattis
  • Mike Kirk- Chairman
  • Chris ONeil
  • Gordon Perry

3
Facilities Planning Committee Charter
  • Consider utilization of all facilities with
    emphasis on CLC future utilization in conjunction
    with existing Master Plan
  • Make recommendations to Church within one year
  • Note- 500k-850k estimates on CLC repair
  • Student ministry, First Fellowship needs

4
Facilities Planning Committee Journey
  • Reviewed Master Plan and Various Reports
  • Toured FBC facilities
  • Met with each Ministerial Staff Member
  • Visited Several Facilities in Huntsville
  • Met with Trustees/Staff to share our findings and
    draft report
  • Met with Deacons to share the report and future
    direction
  • Report to Church

5
A Previous Vision
  • The church is either a new creation of God
    possessing dynamic forces of life to establish an
    abiding kingdom in a changing world, or it is
    nothing.
  • Dr. Alvin H. Hopson
  • May 1966 Dedication Service

6
The BRAC- Whos Coming?
  • 4800 New Army Jobs
  • 6 New General Officers (5 current)
  • One 4-star, Two 3-star, and Three 2-star
  • Seven Organizations
  • 80 Piece Army Band
  • The Move Schedule
  • Advance Moves begin 2006
  • Completed 2010 to 2011

7
Will They Really Come?
  • Army typically expects 25-30 move rate
  • St. Louis move was 60
  • The Military (365) has little choice
  • Jobs will be available for someone
  • Huntsvilles unemployment rate is only 2.5
  • A recent Huntsville Times article titled A
    Perfect Storm predicted a gap of up to 7000
    Arsenal related jobs by 2013. The article also
    noted that 5000 personnel will retire in the
    coming 5-7 years.

8
Do You Believe?
  • 400M in New Arsenal Construction
  • 6000 New Home Permits Issued in 2005 (Huntsville
    only)
  • Road Work (34,200 cars pass by our church every
    day, 108,000 on Parkway)
  • New Schools
  • Enhanced Infrastructure
  • Recruiting Trips
  • Church Construction

9
Will They Come to FBC?Our Vision is
  • Glorifying God
  • Introducing Friends
  • Growing Disciples
  • Serving Others
  • Connecting Members
  • Sending Christians

10
Master Plan Review
  • Chapter 1
  • Sanctuary Renovation
  • Fellowship Hall
  • Kitchen Expansion
  • Widen Hallway
  • Welcome Center
  • Restrooms
  • Porte-Cochere East Entrance
  • Elevator

11
Master Plan Review
  • Chapter 2
  • Enlarge East Entrance
  • Porte-Cochere at Narthex
  • Parking in Front
  • Pre-school/Childrens Resource Room
  • Parlor
  • Indoor Play area
  • Handbell Room
  • Renovate Adult/Youth Education Space
  • Remodel Adult 10 into Offices
  • Pre-school/ Childrens renovation
  • Remaining Restrooms

12
Master Plan Review
  • Chapter 3
  • Education Space in Courtyard
  • Bridge to CLC
  • Education Space at NW corner
  • Music Suite Renovation

13
Long-term Facilities Goal
  • Bring all parts of buildings and grounds to the
    aesthetic and functional level of the Sanctuary,
    Fellowship Hall and other recently renovated
    spaces.

14
Near-term Facilities Priorities
  • CLC/ Recreation Ministry
  • A dry floor
  • Continued and updated recreation needs
  • Community needs
  • Student Ministry
  • New classroom space
  • Themed gathering areas
  • Snack/ game area
  • First Fellowship
  • Space for 800 in appropriate worship setting

15
Some solutions discussed to address near-term
needs
  • Renovate the existing CLC
  • Add an extension off the back of the building by
    the FH (NW Corner)
  • Incorporate and expand the chapel towards the CLC
  • Expand off other parts of the building
  • Remove and rebuild where the CLC currently stands

16
Best Potential Solution
  • CLC removed and replaced by 60,000 square foot
    multi-purpose facility supporting
  • Recreation/ Community/ Group needs
  • Youth Center/ Education Space
  • First Fellowship Worship
  • Concerts, Conferences
  • New Offices

17
Additional facilities needsPotential Master Plan
Items
  • Convert existing offices to Education Space,
    Conference Rooms and Music Offices and Practice
    areas
  • Renovate Vacated Youth Space
  • Room 309/310 converted to pre-teen area
  • 3rd Floor and Restrooms Renovated
  • Renovation of remaining Education spaces
  • History Room, Room 118
  • Paint, Carpet and Window Treatments

18
Additional facilities needs Potential Master
Plan Items
  • Music Suite Renovation
  • Office Space into Library and Practice Areas
  • Orchestra Practice Room
  • Childrens Choir and Robe/Dressing Area
  • Music/Mission Resource Room
  • Handbell/ Carillon Practice
  • Rehearsal Room Chairs

19
Additional facilities needs Potential Master
Plan Items
  • Sanctuary
  • Acoustics/ Video Projection
  • Digital TV/HDTV
  • More Space for Choir and Orchestra
  • Enlarged Stage Area
  • Internet/ PowerPoint/ DVD in all remaining
    education space

20
Other Items
  • Security
  • ADA, Senior accessibility
  • Standardization of chairs
  • Special Education
  • Vine Counseling/ CWJC facility/ 500 Govs
  • Bridal Suite
  • Signage and Parking
  • Traffic Flow for Pre-School
  • Storage

21
Much Data Still Needed
  • Feasibility Study
  • Architectural Schematics
  • Cost Estimates
  • Replace versus Renovate Comparison
  • Congregational Input
  • Additional Facility Tours
  • Visual Presentation Material

22
Next Steps
  • Request a 6-month extension to complete our work
    and address the remaining questions.
  • Develop a final report for church presentation
    with the trustees regarding our findings and
    recommendations.

23
Future Schedule
  • Church Vote November 8
  • Work with architect to address remaining
    questions
  • Meet with Trustees, Staff and Deacons
  • March-April 2007 final report
  • Earliest construction Fall 2007

24
Questions/Comments?
25
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