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UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH FACILITIES PLAN: 1998 - 2007 TEN-YEAR PLAN: MID-POINT STATUS FISCAL YEAR 2002 Presentation to the Council of Deans Robert F. Pack.

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1 UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH FACILITIES PLAN: TEN-YEAR PLAN: MID-POINT STATUS FISCAL YEAR 2002 Presentation to the Council of Deans Robert F. Pack January 24, 2002 Office of the Provost

2 University Facilities Plan “Space – The Final Frontier” Captain James T. Kirk PITTSBURGH CAMPUS 9,775,000 GSF REGIONAL CAMPUSES1,625,000 GSF TOTAL UNIVERSITY SPACE11,400,000 GSF 1996 UNIVERSITY SPACE TOTALS

3 Office of the Provost University Facilities Plan FALL COST OF OPERATION PITTSBURGH CAMPUS Pittsburgh Campus Building Total51 Replacement Cost$869,000,000 Annual Payment from E&G For Debt Service$8,330,000 Annual Cost to the University E&G Budget for Operation and Maintenance$31,500,000 Annual O&M Cost per square foot$5.73

4 Office of the Provost University Facilities Plan FALL COMPREHENSIVE FACILITIES ASSESSMENT - PITTSBURGH CAMPUS Resulting Building Conditions: Poor Condition28 Fair Condition13 Good Condition10 Cost to restore to original condition$ 98,000,000 Cost to upgrade to contemporary condition$461,000,000

5 Office of the Provost University Facilities Plan GUIDING PRINCIPLES Academic priorities guide capital development Utilize existing space effectively and efficiently Preservation should precede new construction High priority to Admissions and the Library Improving instructional facilities is critical Recreation facilities, student life, student services space, and housing are a priority The Cathedral of Learning should house more academic activities Rental properties should house externally funded projects for a limited time

6 Office of the Provost University Facilities Plan FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS – 1996 TOTAL UNIVERSITY Short-TermFY 98 – FY 01$267,621,000 Mid-TermFY 02 – FY 04154,725,250 Long-TermFY 05 – FY 0793,514,000 TOTAL$515,860,250 Estimated increase in E&G debt service$16,210,562 Estimated increase in E&G operating costs$ 5,673,600

7 Office of the Provost University Facilities Plan Mid-Point Status (FY 98 – FY 02) Project Summary – Total University FACILITIES PLANCAPITAL BUDGETS Preservation$32,850,000$66,752,862 Programmatic18,980,00027,804,267 Academic Priorities85,129,00079,189,495 Classroom Renovations8,650,00011,984,000 Athletic/Recreation82,052,00087,400,000 Housing36,136,00031,028,673 School of Medicine54,041,000109,391,792 TOTAL$317,838,000$413,551,089 FY 98 – FY 02

8 Office of the Provost University Facilities Plan Mid-Point Status (FY 98 – FY 02) Funding Source – Total University FACILITIES PLANCAPITAL BUDGETS E&G Debt$109,442,000 $119,408,667 Commonwealth69,000,000134,742,140 Gift/Other50,695,00051,251,241 School of Medicine46,042,00075,168,353 Auxiliaries42,659,00032,980,688 Total$317,838,000$413,551,089 FY 98 – FY 02

9 Office of the Provost University Facilities Plan Mid-Point Status (FY 98 – FY 02) PRESERVATION PROJECTS FY 98 – 02 FACILITIES PLANCAPITAL BUDGETS $32,850,000 $66,752,862* Priority Level I $6,000,000 per year (FY98- FY01) Priority Levels II $8,850,000 per year (FY 02 – 07)

10 Office of the Provost University Facilities Plan Mid-Point Status (FY 98 – FY 02) PROGRAMMATIC RENOVATIONS FY 98 – 02 FACILITIES PLANCAPITAL BUDGETS $18,980,000$27,804,267 Pittsburgh Campus Programmatic Renovations $15,000,000 ($3,000,000 per year) Regional Campuses Preservation/Renovation $ 3,980,000

11 Office of the Provost University Facilities Plan Mid-Point Status (FY 98 – FY 02) CLASSROOM RENOVATIONS FY 98 – FY 01 FACILITIES PLANCAPITAL BUDGETS $8,650,000$11,984,000 TotalSeats Pittsburgh Campus Classrooms28815,282 Classrooms Renovated FY 98 – FY ,399 Classrooms Renovated FY 93 – FY ,776 Total1119,175 % of Total Renovated % of Seats Renovated 39%59%

12 Office of the Provost University Facilities Plan Mid-Point Status (FY 98 – FY 02) ACADEMIC PRIORITIES Renovation of Masonic Temple to house high-priority programs Continuation of a systematic classroom renovation project Construction of the Multi-purpose Academic Complex Renovate Hillman Library and provide high-density storage and expansion space for Hillman Library

13 Office of the Provost University Facilities Plan Mid-Point Status (FY 98 – FY 02) ATHLETICS AND RECREATION Events Center Fitzgerald Locker Rooms Construction Outdoor Playing Fields Construction Bellefield Gym Renovations Cost Center Renovation Towers Fitness Center Schenley Quad Fitness Center Bellefield Fitness Center Bellefield Pool

14 Office of the Provost University Facilities Plan Mid-Point Status (FY 98 – FY 02) HOUSING Forbes-Craig, Mayflower/Oakwood Apartment Conversion to Undergraduate Housing Housing Construction Phase I (200 Beds) Fraternity Housing Regional Campus Housing Housing/Dining Renovations – All Campuses # Beds 1996# Beds ,9956,015

15 Office of the Provost University Facilities Plan Mid-Point Status (FY 98 – FY 02) New Building Projects Total GSF Added to Inventory896,500 GSF Buildings Demolished: Total GSF Removed from Inventory129,182 GSF Annual Rental Costs Recovered $180,000

16 Office of the Provost University Facilities Plan Mid-Point Status (FY 98 – FY 02) CURRENT SPACE TOTALS GSF PITTSBURGH CAMPUS 9,775,000 10,753,672 REGIONAL CAMPUSES1,625,000 1,675,345 TOTAL UNIVERSITY 11,400,00012,429,017

17 Office of the Provost University Facilities Plan Mid-Point Status (FY 98 – FY 02) CURRENT COSTS Replacements Cost$896,000,000$932,000,000 Annual Payment From E&G for Debt Service $8,330,000$17,500,000 Annual Cost to the University E&G Budget for Operation and Maintenance$31,500,000 $36,243,000 Annual O&M Cost per Square Foot $5.73 $5.78

18 Office of the Provost University Facilities Plan Mid-Point Status (FY 98 – FY 02) Project Cost Summary Grand Total Ten-Year Plan$515,000,000 Projects Completed First 5 Years$317,000,000* Additional Projects Completed First 5 years$96,000,000 Projects Remaining$198,000,000 *Represents an acceleration of the plan - not a deviation from the plan.

19 Office of the Provost University Facilities Plan THE NEXT FIVE YEARS (FY ) Project Summary – Total University FACILITIES PLAN Preservation $ 44,265,083 Programmatic16,356,000 Academic Priorities48,000,000 Classroom Renovations6,617,834 Athletic/Recreation41,400,000 Housing5,050,000 School of Medicine 36,333,333 TOTAL$198,022,250

20 Office of the Provost University Facilities Plan Funding Source – Total University FACILITIES PLAN E&G Debt$112,738,917 Commonwealth 41,900,000 Gift/Other 2,000,000 School of Medicine 36,333,333 Auxiliaries 5,050,000 Total$198,022,250 THE NEXT FIVE YEARS (FY )

21 Office of the Provost University Facilities Plan “The Facilities Plan, like any planning document, must adapt and change in response to opportunities and circumstances.” University of Pittsburgh Ten-Year Facility Plan (1998 – 2007) The challenge, as always, is to balance known existing needs against perceived potential opportunities. MOVING FORWARD

22 Office of the Provost University Facilities Plan The context in which the Facilities Plan was created has not fundamentally changed. The emphasis on the establishment of clear priorities to guide renovations and construction must remain high The principles on which those priorities were based remain appropriate and should guide the establishment of priorities The emphasis on preserving and renovating existing space, on enhancing the quality of instructional space, and on improving the quality of student life should remain preeminent The ability to respond to programmatic opportunities by having flexible resources to renovate facilities is crucial MOVING FORWARD

23 Office of the Provost University Facilities Plan The opportunities and competitive environment have changed and must be taken into account. Students needs and desires change and must be regularly assessed and responded to Academic programs evolve and instructional methodologies change Programs compete for students, faculty, and resources, and must have the facilities to be able to compete successfully The external research environment is changing rapidly, putting existing facilities under considerable stress MOVING FORWARD


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