Presentation on theme: "Building Project Update January 2009. Contents Recap Options Order of Cost Where do we go from here?"— Presentation transcript:
Building Project Update January 2009
Contents Recap Options Order of Cost Where do we go from here?
Recap Space Audit – Started in August 06 – Invited all ministries within the church to consider how they use the building, any limitations it presents and what an ideal building would provide – both now and in the foreseeable future.
Recap Vision for GBC Ian Stackhouse March 2006 Focus Group Vision & Requirements Developed Vision for GBC Ian Stackhouse July 2006 GBC Space Audit Focus Group Vision & Requirements Focus Group Vision & Requirements Focus Group Vision & Requirements Focus Group Vision & Requirements Focus Group Vision & Requirements Site options & Constraints Existing Building Issues GBC PROJECT BRIEF P r a y e r
Recap Open meeting in March 2007 – Open to members and non-members to discuss issues relating to the building and its future Project Team – Appointed in June 2007, comprising Ian Stackhouse, Brian Kirkpatrick, Graham Ball, Bob Manson, Elizabeth Hodkinson, Karen Case-Green & Tim Wears – Remit to produce a Design Brief based on the space audit and work with architects to present the church with options as to how that brief can be met.
The Brief Foyer Meeting area Welcome & Café Reception Main Entrance Youth Sports Hall Football & Basketball Volleyball, Badminton etc Pool Room Sofa DVD Recording studio Gym Showers Study Homework Internet Youth Office POD Rooms POD Rooms POD Rooms POD Rooms Student/ Gap Year flats Coffee
Project Team ‘Terms of Reference’ Building Project Team established to address four key areas: 1.To enlarge the worship space to allow growth whilst still remaining one church. 2.To re-imagine our space to do justice to the whole spectrum of activities i.e. preaching, music, arts, prayer, etc 3.To foster a more integral relationship between the different departments and the way they operate, e.g. between ministry, administration, youth 4.To open up the building so it is more visible and hospitable, more of a public space; for there to be a link between appearance and the message we give.
Appointments Interviewed architects and appointed Format Milton Appointed Ian Ford as Quantity Surveyor Site survey -establish site dimensions and levels Flood Risk Assessment - establish what we can & cannot do in relation to flooding
Options Do nothing – Not an option Modernise Re-use & Extend Rebuild New build on new site – Against the conviction of the Elders and the membership – Not necessary
Options Modernise – Some work in progress – Furniture, curtains lighting – Re-fit, decorate, minor changes, no structural changes – Won’t address design brief or fulfil project team terms of reference
Options New Build -basement car park for 34 cars -large flexible auditorium to seat up to 900 -meeting rooms and admin all on one level -meets the requirements of the brief
Options Re-use & Extend -extended auditorium -additional floor in games hall -roof extension to link offices -reduced parking – 6 spaces -meets some of the brief Existing Proposed Extension
Comparative Options as existing new build re-use & extend
Options Re-use & Extend alternative -If we leave the auditorium intact and extend & renovate the building. -Feasibility Study Update costings
Options – Order of Cost Modernise Re-use - extended auditorium Re-use Feasibility Scheme Rebuild £500,000 £7,759,394 £4,278,000 £10,000,000
The Way Forward Presentation of results to the Elders Review with the Elders Elders Day Away Where do we go from here?