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1 WISCONSIN BUILDING A BETTER WISCONSIN Building Chairs Presentation April 26, 2013

2 Zilber School of Public Health Best New Development or Renovation Health Care/Education 2 The Kenilworth Building

3 Childrens Learning Center – NWQ Kenwood IRC Kenwood IRC Greenhouse – NWQ NWQ Redevelopment Plan South West Quadrant Redevelopment Planning School of Freshwater Sciences Projects Underway Campus

4 School of Freshwater Sciences $50.0 Million Construction began July 2012 Opens Spring 2014 Only one of its kind in Western Hemisphere Multi-disciplinary Research - Collaboration

5 Kenwood Interdisciplinary Research Complex $80.0 Million Construction began August 2012 Opens Spring 2015 Research Facility for Physics and Zilber School of Public Health Core Facilities will be used University wide

6 Kenwood Interdisciplinary Research Complex Greenhouse - NWQ Approx. 8,900 GSF Construction began December 2012 Opens Summer 2013 Replacement of existing Lapham & Great Lakes Research Facility Greenhouse facilities Allows for future expansion

7 Childrens Learning Center - NWQ $11.98 Million Capital Costs Favorable bids received January 2013-under budget Opens January 2014 Serves UWM Students, Faculty, Staff, and Alumni Association members (space permitting) Faculty and staff from various academic units utilize the Childrens Center for training and research

8 Childrens Learning Center - NWQ

9 NWQ Redevelopment Plan Provide surge space Planning for long term use of NWQ Include an infrastructure improvement plan Identify future Major Projects Pre-design being completed for each project Effort complete in Spring 2013

10 South West Quadrant Redevelopment Planning Starting Summer 2013; complete Fall 2014 Comprehensive assessment and implementation plan to address the campus needs of the Southwest Quadrant Identify future Major Projects

11 ,3, – Steam Tunnel Chapman Hall Parking Lot 2 – Bolton Hall Move From NWQ Surge Space 3 – Holton, Merrill, Johnston Hall Move To NWQ Surge Space 4 – Sandburg Hall Steam Work 5 – Sandburg Hall South Tower Window Project 6 – Sandburg Hall North Tower Roof Project 7 – Classroom Upgrades, NWQ 8- Performance Contracting/Energy Conservation Infrastructure & Classroom Projects Spring/Summer 2013

12 Steam Tunnel Chapman Hall Parking Lot Lot will be partially closed until September 2013 A small number of visitor parking spaces will still be available in the Chapman Hall Parking Lot. Englemann Hall Parking Lot will also be under construction for a short period this summer.

13 Bolton Hall Move From NWQ Surge Space

14 Holton, Merrill, Johnston Hall Move To NWQ Surge Space

15 Sandburg Hall Steam Work South Tower – Window Replacement Construction starts May 2013, completion September 2013 Final phase of the Sandburg Hall window replacement project that was started in the summer of 2012 Replace 1500 windows North Tower – Roof Replacement Replace about 6,000 SF of roof to address current leaking, weathered, worn, and damaged section Construction starts May 2013, completion October 2013

16 Classroom Upgrades - NWQ Teaching & Learning Center D

17 Classroom Upgrades - NWQ Teaching & Learning Center Construction begins Fall 2013, open for classes st floor NWQ D Building, later to expand into ground level 5 new active learning classrooms & 2 new computer classrooms: classrooms for project, and group learning, equipped with technology to facilitate learning Expanding PASS from current Bolton and Library locations

18 Performance Contracting/Energy Conservation Chilled Water System Turbine Renovation East Substation Switchgear Replacement Energy Conservation-Sandburg Heat Plant Oil Tank Leak Containment Replacement HVAC Improvements-Downer Buildings HVAC Renovation-Bolton NWQ Central Utility Extension NWQ Fire Alarm & Telecommunications Updates NWQ UST Replacements Steam Lateral Replacement-Phase II Spaights Plaza Water Line Replacement UWM Power Plant Cistern Project Code compliance improvements-USR Elevator renovations-Bolton, Library, Mitchell, NWQ Exterior envelope repair-Arts Center, Downer Buildings Exterior window replacement-Sandburg South Fire egress & security improvements-EMS Roofing projects-Chapman, Sandburg North

19 Capital Budget General Funds Support Borrowing (GFSB) Final funding for the Kenwood IRC ($30 Million) Authority to design Innovation Campus in biennium; construction funding in Biennium, ($75 Million) Infrastructure upgrades at NWQ Capital Budget Program Revenue Projects Student Health Services - NWQ Restaurant Operations/Town Hall - NWQ Union

20 Capital Budget Geoff Hurtado and Karen Brucks have met with the Deans to start working on Planning Issues and Themes for the next budget cycle. System Retreat April 11, 2013

21 New Leased Spaces Space being leased Global Water Under Construction Opens 2014 Innovation Accelerator at Innovation Park Under Construction Opens 2014

22 Questions For further project updates please visit our website: (Live Link)

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24 24 INSITE Consortium Update

25 25 INSITE Consortium Update

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27 Facility Services TMA Update & FPI Report April 26, 2013

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29 Status Update Manage work flows of all Facilities' services Manage work flows of all Facilities' services Currently organizing data to be entered into our own database Currently organizing data to be entered into our own database Workflows will be defined in 2 months Workflows will be defined in 2 months Expected to be set up to go live by the end of this summer Expected to be set up to go live by the end of this summer WebTMA Enterprise – Computerized Maintenance Management Solutions (CMMS) currently being implemented in Facility Services

30 What is APPA? APPA, stands behind the values of: APPA, stands behind the values of: Vision Vision Transformation Transformation Stewardship Stewardship Collaboration Collaboration Leadership Leadership APPA – Leadership in Educational Facilities is now the largest international association of educational institutions and their facilities and physical plant departments.

31 What is the FPI Survey? APPA Facilities Performance Indicators: APPA Facilities Performance Indicators: Make the Business Case for Your Facility Needs Make the Business Case for Your Facility Needs Successfully Address Capital Asset Realities Successfully Address Capital Asset Realities Create a Balanced Performance Scorecard Based on Critical Data Findings Create a Balanced Performance Scorecard Based on Critical Data Findings Compare and Contrast Your Facilities Operations with Other Institutions Compare and Contrast Your Facilities Operations with Other Institutions Align Facilities Planning with the Mission and Vision of your Institution Align Facilities Planning with the Mission and Vision of your Institution

32 1. About the Facilities UnitCampus CRV Worksheet (Current Replacement Value)2. What Facilities Make Up Our Institution? 3. Is my Institution adequately funding the facilities management annual budget? 4. Are the operating funds that my facilities department receives being spent in a manner that supports desired outcomes?

33 Operating Costs and Staffing Ratios: 4a. Facilities Administration 4a. Construction/ Renovation/AE 4a. Custodial 4a. Landscaping / Grounds 4a. Building Maintenance 4a. Energy/Utilities 4a. Other Operations

34 4.b. Are the operating funds that my facilities department receives being spent in a manner that supports desired outcomes? Business Practices 5. Is my institution making the right investment in our existing buildings, infrastructure, and academic programs? 6. Are the customers satisfied with the space and service? 7. Is my facilities department developing staff that can sustain excellence?

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39 What is STARS? The Sustainability Tracking Assessment & Rating System (STARS) is a national standard developed by AASHE -UWMs choice for benchmarking our current level of sustainability throughout all facets of campus (Education & Research, Operations, Planning, Administration, and Engagement)

40 What have we learned? As part of Operations reporting, we compiled a campus-wide Greenhouse Gas Inventory featuring past energy consumption and expenditures

41 GHG Inventory What does the GHG inventory tell us about energy usage?


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