One Ohio State Framework Office of Administration & Planning January 2011.
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One Ohio State Framework Office of Administration & Planning January 2011
Academics & Research Arts Athletics & Recreation Energy & Infrastructure Health Sciences Olentangy River Partnerships Residential Life Sustainability Transportation Western Lands / SciTech O N E F R A M E W O R K A structure for guiding change over time
Concentrate Academic Activity and Regenerate the Academic Core Dense Active Vibrant Connections Collaborations Pedestrian Adaptive Reuse Quality over Quantity Sustainable Neil Avenue as an Academic Main Street
Invest in Civic Infrastructure Infrastructure Transit Open Space Wayfinding A pedestrian-friendly core campus
Transform the River and Green Reserve From this…. …to this
Strengthen Connections and Identity cannon / river corridor research and health science gateway science and technology gateway oval enhancement & academic main street cultural corridor Arts Gateway and Forum at 15 th Ave / High St
Enhance Residential Life, Neighborhoods, and Recreation Live / Work / Learn Environments for: Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends South Highrises Renovation & Addition
Enable Agile Decision-Making A suite of planning tools to help demonstrate and analyze current conditions and plan and prioritize potential projects
Framework Principles in Action Medical Center Expansion Academic Core North South Highrises Renovation & Addition Investing in civic infrastructure/open space Preparing for future location of Cannon Drive Connections to rest of campus No net new academic space Adjacencies Trans-institutional, flexible, collaborative space Enhancing the pedestrian experience Investing in infrastructure Investing in an existing district Improving community space Geothermal energy Meeting multiple goals
Next Steps Redefining an integrated capital planning process Strategic context Needs assessments Prioritization Transparent, data-informed decisions Advancing planning and understanding of several Framework ideas Residence Life River Corridor Signage and Wayfinding Transportation and Parking
science and technology gateway cannon / river corridor research and health science gateway cultural corridor academic main street For more information: www.oneframework.osu.edu Questions?
Columbus Campus Statistics Unit Gross Square Feet No. of Bldgs. Current Repl. Value Academic & Support Units 13,869,575247$4,994,284,000 OSUMC 3,570,27324$1,607,242,000 Student Life 4,925,53996$1,389,823,000 Athletics 1,120,03016$347,297,000 Transportation &Parking 4,242,20917$466,535,000 Others, Columbus 2,214,38254$557,817,000 Subtotal, Columbus 29,942,008454$9,362,998,000
Unit Gross Square Feet No. of Bldgs. Current Repl. Value Columbus 29,942,008454$9,362,998,000 Lima 444,32214$163,292,000 Mansfield 639,50919$234,780,000 Marion 257,88510$90,518,000 Newark 569,76712$191,884,000 ATI 535,97133$160,292,000 OARDC 1,430,091219$417,787,000 Other Campuses 201,18555$49,411,000 Total 34,020,738816$10,670,962,000 All Campus Statistics
University Infrastructure Storm sewers Sanitary sewers Domestic cold water Domestic hot water Utility tunnels Chilled water Steam and condensate return Heating hot water Natural Gas Electric power Roadways Campus green space Campus data and communications Exterior Lighting Emergency telephones
Academic Core North Now through 2014 This work is projected to create approximately 2,000+ construction jobs.
Concentrating activity Enhancing collaboration Creating no net new academic space Investing in infrastructure and open space Enhancing the pedestrian environment Building sustainable systems Addressing deferred maintenance Academic Core North Now through 2014 The CBEC project will maintain and enhance pedestrian connections through the academic core
Sustainability Planning Context Signed Presidents’ Climate Commitment in 2008 –Pledge to achieve climate neutral operations and submit a Climate Action Plan (CAP) for doing so President’s Council on Sustainability (PCS) –Charged to oversee the development of a plan to meet Climate Commitment and leverage sustainability opportunities Hired 2 consulting teams to help create a broad sustainability plan, complete an in depth review of energy options, and draft the CAP –PCS as executive sponsors Planning efforts began September 2009 –Slightly behind Framework/Sasaki Advisory Group to PCS to collaborated with consultants –Faculty, staff, and students across university units
Scope Sustainability Research, curriculum, & outreach Ecological Function Water Food Purchasing Waste Management Design Standards Energy & Infrastructure Energy Audits Options to Avoid/Reduce/Replace/Off set Design Standards Climate Action Plan Energy / Carbon / Transportation