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1 Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception Project Information Session

2 HISTORY-CATHEDRAL CAMPUS Dedication of the New Cathedral September 25, 1990 – 25 th Anniversary 2015 Resolution to purchase the high school from the sisters on September 20, 1985 Site chosen for school, heating plant, and available land School built We have operated the school building for more than half its life Kitchen and bathrooms remodeled

3 THE GOOD NEWS Balanced budget Buildings are structurally sound 25 years since last capital campaign Sunday Giving - Consistent parish financial support for individual projects Impact of estate planning Good people of faith

4 THE CHALLENGES Heating plant will be decommissioned September years since last capital campaign Remaining debt Operating budget has only afforded operating costs and general maintenance The current needs appear greater than any one individual gift and this is the reason for our capital campaign It will take the efforts of the whole parish community to maintain our campus for this and future generations

5 CAMPAIGN TIMELINE July 2013 we learned that the sisters would cease operating the heating plant September 2015 Listening sessions held in November & December First building committee meeting January Estimates received from Kraus-Anderson in March Projects reviewed and prioritized by Administrative and Building committees 10 information sessions in March & April Capital campaign begins April 26 th /27 th

6 CATHEDRAL SCHOOL BUILDING HOUSES: Cathedral school Parish offices Kitchen Dining room Religious education classrooms Sunrise center Living room Mach room KC club room Youth room

7 MANDATED PROJECTS Heating Kitchen code requirements – Smooth non-porous cleanable ceiling – Wooden cabinets no longer allowed – Quarry tile, ceramic tile, or epoxy coated concrete floor – Updated fire suppression system Roof replacement

8 ADMINISTRATION/BUILDING COMMITTEE PRIORITIES I. Heating II. Kitchen renovation III. Roof IV. Debt reduction V. Exterior insulation & tile replacement VI. Bathrooms/interior repair VII. Parking lot

9 NEW HEATING OPTIONS Steam boilers– current system Hot water Geothermal Forced air Others

10 HOT WATER HEAT Current system in the school and offices Simple changeover for the church, gathering space, and gym Domestic hot water ties in Multiple units

11 BUILDING EXTERIOR Current roof was repaired in October 2002 with a 5 year guarantee and is leaking again New roof Re-caulk exterior

12 BUILDING EXTERIOR Exterior wall insulation and tile replacement

13 INTERIOR REMODELING Kitchen remodel New bathrooms Hazardous materials removal Flooring, walls, and ceiling repairs

14 KITCHEN REMODEL Replace old ceiling with suspended ceiling, remove skylights, and install new lighting

15 KITCHEN REMODEL Replace flooring

16 KITCHEN REMODEL Replace wooden cabinets with stainless steel

17 KITCHEN REMODEL Update fire suppression system

18 NEW BATHROOMS Keep existing womens room and hallway Remove existing mens room and shower

19 NEW BATHROOMS New entrance from gathering space New womens restroom New mens restroom

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21 HAZARDOUS MATERIAL REMOVAL

22 FLOORING, WALLS, AND CEILING REPAIRS Repair moisture affected interior areas

23 PARKING LOT REPAIRS Raise grade where water now sits

24 PARKING LOT REPAIRS Repave main lot

25 COST ESTIMATES Heating$600,000 Building exterior – Roof$350,000 – Re-caulk exterior$20,000 – Wall insulation & tile$200,000 Building interior – Kitchen$160,000 – Bathrooms$90,000 – Asbestos removal$50,000 – Flooring, walls, ceiling$90,000 Debt retirement$200,000 Parking lot$100,000

26 CAPITAL CAMPAIGN In-house Campaign Items for which we would deficit spend – Necessities Projects that you would be willing to support. You are setting our campaign goal. All pledges will be received beginning April 26 th Standard pledge time of three years Other options to be considered Campaign details to be mailed out after the last information session

27 QUESTIONS?


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