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Title: Building 100 Remodel - Feasibility


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Building 100 Remodel - Feasibility Chabot College
11.12.2009
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  • AGENDA
  • Background
  • Assumptions
  • Scope and Cost
  • Layouts
  • Pros and Cons
  • Next Steps

3
BACKGROUND
  • User Group Involvement
  • June - September 2009
  • Dean Corcoran, Dean Vo-Kumamoto, Cindy Hicks,
    Jim Matthews
  • Previous Library/Learning Connection FPP in 2007
  • Extensive Remodel of All Floors
  • New Entry/Lobby/Stairs/Elevator
  • Series of Large User Group Meetings,
    Interviews and Tours
  • Previous Budget 16M - 20M
  • Feasibility Study
  • No Demolition, Minimal Renovation, Moderate
    Remodel
  • Current Budget 3.1M Construction Budget, 4M
    Total Project Budget

4
ASSUMPTIONS
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COST ASSUMPTIONS
  • ALL 3 OPTIONS
  • Construction Timeline April October 2010
  • Per DSA 8/24/09 No Sprinkler, No Seismic, No
    Elevator Upgrade
  • Not included Soft Cost, Fees, Sitework
  • Areas to Remain TV, Radio, Telecon, Media,
    Health, Restrooms
  • All 3 Options include
  • Library Circulation Desk, A/V Changes and Wall
    Removal
  • New Carpet/Paint, New FFE Budget
  • Security Adjustments, Select CCTV, Elevator
    Controls
  • Associated Hazmat
  • Connection Loop to C.U.P.

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SCOPE AND COST
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SCOPE AND COST
  • NO DEMOLITION
  • 12,800 asf, 18,300 gsf
  • All walls stay as is
  • New carpet paint
  • Min M/E adjustments
  • No new lighting
  • Study Rooms on perimeter
  • Estimate 1.79M, 98/sf
  • MINIMAL RENOVATION
  • 13,500 asf, 18,300 gsf
  • Perimeter offices stay as is
  • New carpet paint
  • Some M/E adjustments
  • 2/3 new lighting
  • Some walls with glazing
  • Existing offices on perimeter
  • Study Rooms on perimeter
  • Estimate 3.13M, 171/sf
  • MODERATE REMODEL
  • 14,300 asf, 18,300 gsf
  • All walls new configuration
  • New carpet paint
  • More M/E/P adjustments
  • All new lighting
  • More walls with glazing
  • New offices on perimeter
  • Study Rooms in center
  • More open areas
  • Estimate 4.42M, 241/sf

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LAYOUTS
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NO DEMOLITION Space Layout
10
NO DEMOLITION Furniture Layout
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MINIMAL Space Layout
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MINIMAL Furniture Layout
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MODERATE Space Layout
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MODERATE Furniture Layout
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LIBRARY Space Layout
16
LIBRARY Furniture Layout
17
MEZZANINE Space Layout
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PROS AND CONS
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PROS AND CONS
NO DEMO PRO CON
MINIMAL PRO CON
MODERATE
PRO CON
Centralizes Learning Support l
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Services Provides inviting and
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welcoming
space Provides spaces that stimulate
l O l social
interaction Enhances Library Learning
O O
l Connection relationship
VISIONARY
Supports collaboration and
l O l integration of
Programs Collects groups into open areas
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l Multi-functional dynamic spaces
l O ladaptable to
pedagogy Creates intuitive wayfinding
l l l Offers
convenient Study Rooms
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FUNCTIONAL
Safe and supervisable areas
l l l Relative
Construction Timeline 3m
4m
6m Construction Cost
1.7M 3.1M
4.4M Total Units (Student Seats)
219 258 324

PRAGMATIC
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  • NEXT STEPS
  • Recommended Feasibility
  • Begin Detailed Design Phase

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