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1 Rochester Construction Financial Management Association February 17, 2011 College Construction Program and the Outlook for the Future

2 Outline The College and Organization Agencies and Funding Program and Projects State Considerations Sustainability/Green Master Plan and Outlook

3 The College at Brockport Founded in 1835 (celebrating 175 years) 16 Miles West of Rochester 7,119 Undergraduate and 1,371 Graduate Students 1,377 Faculty and Staff 23 Intercollegiate Sports Team

4 Statistics: Acres ………………… Buildings ………… Square Feet ……………2.6M+ Annual Utilities ………..$6M+ Annual Construction ….$45M The College at Brockport

5 Organization

6 Contracting Agencies State University Construction Fund (SUCF) Dormitory Authority of the State of New York (DASNY) Office of General Services (OGS) New York Power Authority (NYPA) Department of Transportation (DOT) The College of Brockport (Locally Let)

7 Funding Programs Strategic Initiatives (Bonded Line Item) – $15M/Year Five Year Capital Program (Bonded by State University Construction Fund [SUCF]) – $19M/Year MR&R (Minor Rehab & Repair, Bonded By SUCF) – $400K/Year DIFR Capital (Dorm Authority – DASNY Bonds) – $15M/Year DIFR (Campus Dormitory Funding) – $350K/Year Campus State $ (Alterations, Parking, EH&S, Priority Needs, Department) – $100K/Year Other (NYPA, Advancement, Auxiliary Services, Grants) – $2M/Year

8 Capital Programs Five Year Academic, $99.6M – Annual Bonded Allocations Critical Maintenance only, Not-Programmatic Execution Challenges: Annual Funds but Fungible, Dominoes & Swing Dormitory Capital Approximately $15M Annually Bonds paid from Dorm Rent; Cash Flow Management Summer Focus; Limited Down Time

9 PROJECTS UNDER CONSTRUCTIONCONTRACTOR $K ACADEMIC: Roofing projects phase 1 (five campus bldgs + MetroCenter) construction in progress or contracts let, multiple roofing contractors $ 4,000 Smith Hall swing space construction at Lathrop, Dailey, Hartwellconstruction in progress (JOC)$ 1,000 Smith Hall (Chemistry, Physics, Computer) abatement and renovationsLeChase low bidder$ 12,000 Site infrastructure improvements - repair/replace underground high voltage cables, replace high voltage electric gear East Coast Electric$ 4,000 ADA compliance and upgrades to nine elevatorsSchindler Elevator$ 1,500 Special Event Recreation Center - Phase 1LeChase Construction$ 25,000 Special Event Recreation Center - Phase 2Holdsworth Klimowski Construction$ 5,000 Redevelop 161 Chestnut St. for new REOC BuildingChrista Construction$ 12,000 Minor rehab and repair small capital projects $0.5M annualmultiple contractors$ 500 DORMS: MacVicar renovation LeChase Construction$ 12,000 High Rise window replacements Flower City Glass$ 3,400 NYPA IV: 15 measures Multiple$ 4,800

10 PROJECTS UNDER DESIGNDESIGNER $K ACADEMIC: Tuttle North and South exterior renovations/repairsKHH$ 8,000 Roof replacements - phase 2 (eight buildings)Bell and Spina$ 7,000 Site infrastructure improvements - repair/replace underground water, storm, sanitary, power, teldata, at east campus) LaBella Associates$ 5,000 Site infrastructure improvements - repair Allen Bldg concrete decks and structures Flynn-Battaglia$ 1,600 New 50,000+/- s.f. academic building [strategic initiative project]SWBR$ 15,000 DORMS: High Rise bathroom renovationsTrautman Associates$7,000 McFarlane and McLean roof replacementsTBD$800 High Rise plaza improvementsWendel$800 NYPA V: 11 measures PRES Energy$5,700

11 PROJECTS AT PRE-DESIGNSTATUS $K ACADEMIC: Tuttle North mechanical/electrical interior infrastructure RFQ phase $ 4,000 Tuttle North critical maintenance - pool stabilization RFQ phase $ 500 Tuttle North & South interior reconstructions, areas D & G Project request phase $ 9,000 Renovate Lathrop/Neff: haz mat, interior rehab, life safety, ADA, MEPFP, exterior, roof Project request phase $ 9,000 Site infrastructure improvements - reconstruct roads and walks, drainage, pedestrian mall Project request phase $ 2,500 Provide aluminum bleachers at Special Olympics stadium (replace wood) RFQ phase $ 500 ADA compliance/safety at railroad overpass bridge and plaza Project request phase $ 1,000 Drake Memorial Library program study/design scoping Project request phase $ 4,000 DORMS: Harmon/Gordon renovationYear TBD$19,000 NYPA VI: TBD

12 Typically Low Bid MWBE Constant Emphasis All Wage Rate Work Commissioning Schedules: Summer, Interruptions, etc. Storm Water Management – Site Work Involved Code and Mandates Constricted Lay Down and Parking Pay – On Time, Secure Change Orders – Slower Than Desired Limited Sole Source Energy Conservation Sustainability/Green Self Permitting College/State Considerations

13 Sustainability and Green Campus Multi-faceted Programs $6M Utility Bill Silver LEED for Capital Work Required Energy Conservation; Part of Every Project Equipment Design Contractor Usage Commissioning Increased Use of NYPA NYSERDA and Utility Company Grants Energy Management Systems (Andover) Storm Water Management Plan (>1 Acre Site Work)

14 Sustainability/Green Townhomes – Geothermal Thompson Dormitory – Rainwater Flushing SERC – Ice Storage Chapman (NYPA) – Solar Voltaic MacVicar Dormitory – Green Roof NYPA – Performance Contracts; 20 Year Payback

15 Facilities Master Plan What is FaMP? FaMP or Facilities Master Plan, is a comprehensive study of our campus existing conditions combined with our needs and vision for the future. It will identify, prioritize and sequence future facilities design and construction projects that support the academic mission. Each FaMP will be 1/32 of a system wide effort. Once completed, the FaMPs will support future capital funding programs for both Brockport and SUNY. The FaMP will be completed in five phases: 1.Phase I – Campus Profile 2.Phase II – Assessment of Conditions 3.Phase III – Analysis of Space Needs 4.Phase IV – Concept Alternatives 5.Phase V – Final Recommendation Alternatives ObservationsResearch Interviews

16 Planning Principles Enhance our Learning Environment and Quality of Place Develop a comprehensive framework to ensure an enduring and vibrant future. Optimize the efficiency and utilization of the existing facilities and identify the potential for new facilities to accommodate programmatic needs. Improve the pedestrian experience with walkways that are intuitive, safe and accessible. Create places and spaces to foster campus community. Organize the campus to strengthen the academic mission. Connect the campus perimeter to enrich the academic core. Strengthen the entrances and define the campus edges.

17 Draft Facilities Master Plan Erie Canal Railroad Tracks Holley Street New Campus Drive Commencement Drive To Main Street

18 Early Program Elements – In Progress SERC I & II S MITH H ALL R ENOVATIONS N EW A CADEMIC B UILDING (NAB) T UTTLE M ULTI -Y EAR M ASTER P LAN S ITE I NFRASTRUCTURE L OWER Q UAD R ESIDENCE H ALLS

19 Early Program Elements – Pending N URSING R ELOCATION L ATHROP R ENOVATIONS D RAKE L IBRARY S CHOOL OF B USINESS S ITE I NFRASTRUCTURE S TUDENT S UCCESS C ENTER S TATUS OF M ORGAN R ESEARCH S PACE R ESIDENCE H ALLS

20 Funding Outlook Academic Capital Funds – Steady Strategic Initiatives – None in Queue Dormitory Capital Funds – Cash Flow Dormitory Local Funds; Small Projects – Steady Campus Funds – Operating Budget Severely Constrained Critical Maintenance (Small Projects) – Increase NYPA and Performance Contracts – Continue Mandates: Sustainability, ADA, Fire Safety, etc. – Always Master Plan Implementation – TBD

21 College Outlook Strategic Plan Processing Nationally Recognized Quality Not Quantity Key Programs Facilities Master Plan Quality of Place State Support Already Started/Continued Funds Poised for the Future Quality Students Post State Budget Crunch Major Facilities Investment (new and renovation) Major Capital Campaign


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