Address most critical space deficiencies for Metro Schools and Programs included in the study Create an net increase in classroom space on the campus Consolidate (where possible) LAS in Central, SPS in West and SCOB in Admin. Buildings Distribute space equitably between schools Improve spaces through remodel and reconfiguration to make more efficient, meet standards and codes Minimize disruption and cost, while achieving the above. Implement green design standards where possible PROJECT GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
CURRENT CONDITIONS ADMINISTRATION BUILDING – Approx. 20,000 SF +/- available after moves related to Science Building – Can support primarily office space and minimal new classroom space due to restroom capacities, exiting issues and existing room configurations – Is at “edge” of campus – Slated as new home for School of Business
Being driven by enrollment, current space shortages in office and classroom/lab space, and institutional goals Space available through backfill project is finite, and not able to meet the full program requirements defined Total space requested : 153,400 SF Total space available: 144,000 SF Difference: 9,400 SF (Does not include classroom space) SPACE NEEDS
Summary of Non-Classroom Space Per School SPACE NEEDS
Two primary phases Phase 1: After staging space in Admin. vacates – Five sub-phases – Approx. 30,360 SF in Admin, 2,700 SF in Central and 12,350 SF in West Buildings effected Phase 2: After Student Success Bldg. is completed – Four sub-phases – Approx. 2,500 SF in Admin, 51,730 SF in Central, 9,500 SF in West, 4,850 SF in Art, 9,200 SF in King and 1,830 SF in Tech Buildings effected PHASING
Schools Review Program Plan Draft Document Final review comments due back no later than November 9. Additional changes past this will be addressed during design process. Finalize draft document for submittal for Metro, AHEC, and State review and approval NEXT STEPS
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