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7/16/12 GGU Steering Committee
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  • what did you take away from the ORG model discussion last week? What guidance do you have for us as we develop the ideal?\nThis is important to establish because it could result in a different way to allocate SF in the future\n
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    • 1. Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming 07.16.12
    • 2. Conceptual Organizational Models & Objective 4-6 Update• Conceptual Organizational Model Workshop debriefing• Classroom Characteristics Study and Utilization Correlation • Computer lab conversation• Objective 6 Update and Content Review• Administrative updates • Field Trips to the Hub and Deloitte are being scheduled • July 23rd Meeting will include Survey 1 Deep Dive Report proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 2
    • 3. Conceptual Organizational Model: Option 1 Layers of Activity 07.09.12Opportunities• Noisy and quiet activities naturally separated• Collocating activities with natural “buzz” creates pulse and energy for culture and community, boosting the identity of the University at large Instruction• Schools have distinct identities for student- Instruction facing and staff activities• Faculty are collocated with colleagues from their Instruction school while being Wellness Law Quiet/ Administration Relaxatio proximate to faculty from Scheduled other schools; a central SBA / LAW Law Casual Study LIBRARY Law Book SGA faculty lounge provides Lounge Lounge Study Storage opportunities for Learning Learning Interaction (loud, informal) collaboration among all Library Support Support Law Book Services Dining (Café) Front- Staff Staff Browsing faculty facing• Adjacent faculty offices Books Student UNIVERSITY Casual tore Services Law allow easy LIBRARY Book Study U.G. Browsing Library LAW accommodation of shifting Informal Zone (loud, informal) Back-of- “Drop-In” House Staff SCHOOL head counts Meeting Student Quiet/ Services Law• Law School has distinct Faculty space Scheduled Lounge Law Book Storage Study Formal Staff Faculty “Scheduled” AGENO Activitie Braden Meetings School of School Business s of School of Faculty Taxation U.G. Accounting PLUS Activitie Faculty s Faculty Activitie Faculty Activitie Faculty Activitie Activities Faculty s SCHOOLS LoungeChallenges • Slightly less identification with schools and programs proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 3
    • 4. Conceptual Organizational Model: Option 2 Law School School Focus 06.25.12 Book Storage Staff AGENO Opportunities Activitie School of Business • School identity prioritized Faculty Activities • Central social/service hub creates Quiet/ community and encourages informal Scheduled Gathering interaction Study Meeting Gathering Staff • Shared academic quarter promotes (includes SBA) Meeting Activitie efficient use of space • Autonomy for schools to create unique Academic Quarter Social & Service Hub atmospheres for faculty, staff, and interaction activities Quiet/ Student Book Scheduled Casual • Distinct space for the Law School Storage Services Study Study (loud, informal) SGA Lounge Faculty Library & Learning Challenges Activities Learning Support Gathering Book • Less identification with the University at Support large Staff Services Interaction Store • Potential for redundancies in some space spaces Student Relaxation Undergraduate • Reduced ability to accommodate Programs faculty / staff growth Services Instruction Gathering Staff School of Meeting Activities Tax and Accounting Student Services in the Hub could include: Faculty Activities •Accounts Payable Gathering •Alumni Services Meeting •Financial Aid PLUS •International Admissions & Advising Faculty Services Gathering Staff University Activities Meeting Activities •Office of Student Affairs Administratio Staff •Wellness Activitie •Counseling Faculty Activities proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 4
    • 5. Conceptual Organizational Model Key Topics for Discussion• Long-term pedagogical vision OR agile, responsive, flexible?• School identity OR University-wide identity?• Cybercampus: stand alone OR embedded in schools?• Student services - One-Stop-Shop?• Instructional space - specialized skills facilities an anomaly or a benchmark? (talk about after both classroom study and Objective 6 report) proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 5
    • 6. Assessment: Utilization I N S T R U C T I O N A L S PA C E A S S E S S M E N T 5/15/12 - 5/16/12 proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming 6 MKTHINK
    • 7. Instructional Space Room Assessment 5/15/12 - 5/16/12 Room Assessment Survey • Recorded Physical Conditions and Assets (number of seats, whiteboard, podium, number of outlets, etc.) • Made Qualitative Observations (Light quality, strength of WIFI, acoustic quality, climate) proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 7
    • 8. Instructional Space Room Assessment 5/15/12 - 5/16/12 Inventory Assessment PHYSICAL CONDITIONS - Seating and Furniture - Assets Numbers, Y/N - Tools - Technology - Lighting QUALITATIVE OBSERVATIONS - Natural Light - Operable Light - Furniture Quality - Furniture Sustainability Rank 1-4 (1 best) - Cleanliness - Room Crowding - Climate - Acoustic Quality - Power Access - Network Acess proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 8
    • 9. Instructional Space Room Assessment Inventory - Physical Conditions Number of rooms with... Tools Seating and Furniture • White Board - 32 • Shared Desks and Chairs - 32 • Blackboard - 20 • Fixed Seating - 19 • Digital Projector - 43 • Tiered Seating - 6 • Projection Screen - 43 • Faculty Desk - 25 • Computer - 44 • Integrated Presentation Podium - 13 • TV - 1 Assets • DVD Player - 18 (likely • Bathroom - 0 more locked in podiums) • Storage Closet - 11 • PA System - 37 • Connected Kitchen - 0 • Moveable Wall - 7 Lighting • Adjacent Lobby - 5 • Shutters or Blinds - 24 • Floor Outlets - 3 • Variable Lighting • Desk Outlets - 11 Control Dim - 15 • Central HVAC - 50 • Variable Lighting • Window AC Unit - 2 Control Zones - 17 Technology • Network Connection - 55 • WIFI - 55 • Telephone Line - 29 • Cable Line - 47 proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 9
    • 10. Instructional Space Room Assessment Weekly Room Use vs Room Capacity (SF) - Moderate/Weak correlation between weekly room use and size of classroom - Correlation: 0.51 Size of Class (Room Capacity) 100 90 80 70 60HOURS 50 40 30 20 10 0 3214 3209 3201 5210 5203 5205 4212 5216 3208 4200 3211 3216 3203 3200 5200 2203 4225 2201 3320 2321 3205 5207 2202 5224 3316 5215 6224 4220 4203 5222 3317 3321 5212 4206 4208 4214 6209 2310 3323 6211 3324 4227 4216 5310 5311 526 4218 B-5 P-90 1331 546 5309 5312 ROOM proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 10
    • 11. Instructional Space Room Assessment Weekly Room Use vs Number of Assets - Number of Assets: Total number of assets recorded per room during room assessment - Conclusion: No correlation between number of assets and weekly room use NUMBER OF ASSETS 55 50 45 40 35HOURS 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 3214 3209 3201 5210 5203 5205 4212 5216 3208 4200 3211 3216 3203 3200 5200 2203 4225 2201 3320 2321 3205 5207 2202 5224 3316 5215 6224 4220 4203 5222 3317 3321 5212 4206 4208 4214 6209 2310 3323 6211 3324 4227 4216 5310 5311 526 4218 B-5 P-90 1331 546 5309 5312 ROOM proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 11
    • 12. Instructional Space Room Assessment Weekly Room Use vs Qualitative Sum - Qualitative Sum: Sum of Qualitative Rating obtained during assessment (lower number = better condition) - Conclusion: No correlation between qualitative sum and weekly room use QUALITATIVE SUM 55 50 45 40 35 30HOURS 25 20 15 10 5 0 3214 3209 3201 5210 5203 5205 4212 5216 3208 4200 3211 3216 3203 3200 5200 2203 4225 2201 3320 2321 3205 5207 2202 5224 3316 5215 6224 4220 4203 5222 3317 3321 5212 4206 4208 4214 6209 2310 3323 6211 3324 4227 4216 5310 5311 526 4218 B-5 P-90 1331 546 5309 5312 ROOM proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 12
    • 13. Instructional Space Room Assessment Weekly Room Use vs Number of Outlets - Weak correlation between number of outlets and weekly room use - Correlation : 0.37 WALL OUTLETS DESK OUTLETS 120 GROUND OUTLETS 100 80HOURS 60 40 20 0 3214 3209 3201 5210 5203 5205 4212 5216 3208 4200 3211 3216 3203 3200 5200 2203 4225 2201 3320 2321 3205 5207 2202 5224 3316 5215 6224 4220 4203 5222 3317 3321 5212 4206 4208 4214 6209 2310 3323 6211 3324 4227 4216 5310 5311 526 4218 B-5 P-90 1331 546 5309 5312 ROOM proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 13
    • 14. Instructional Space Room Assessment Weekly Room Use vs Acoustic Quality - No significant correlation between acoustic quality and weekly room use (Lower number = better quality) - Correlation : 0.23 ACOUSTIC QUALITY 120 110 100 90 80 70HOURS 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 3214 3209 3201 5210 5203 5205 4212 5216 3208 4200 3211 3216 3203 3200 5200 2203 4225 2201 3320 2321 3205 5207 2202 5224 3316 5215 6224 4220 4203 5222 3317 3321 5212 4206 4208 4214 6209 2310 3323 6211 3324 4227 4216 5310 5311 526 4218 B-5 P-90 1331 546 5309 5312 ROOM proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 14
    • 15. Instructional Space Room Assessment 5/15/12 - 5/16/12 Significant Correlations Utilization Occupancy SF 0.40 0.28 Ave Occupancy 0.51 NA Utilization NA 0.51 Room Capacity 0.51 0.51 Total Outlets 0.37 0.32 Variable Lighting 0.41 0.22 p = .05, significant at 0.273 p = .01, significant at 0.354 proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 15
    • 16. Instructional Space Room Assessment 5/15/12 - 5/16/12 Conclusions • Weak to no significance between physical and environmental factors in a room and its weekly room use proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 16
    • 17. Assessment: Utilization I N S T R U C T I O N A L S PA C E A S S E S S M E N T - B E S T A N D WORST PERFORMERS proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming 17 MKTHINK
    • 18. Instructional Space Room Assessment Best Performers Student Law LLM Services Registration Programs OUTDOOR 385 138 S.F. VENDING CORRIDOR 384 School of Law 3214 (1) 384 MACHINES 1553 S.F. 166 S.F. School of Law Admissions LOBBY 383 1247 S.F. 383 3209 (2) Financial Aid Faculty Offices 1 2 3 3201 (3) 382 1490 S.F. 5304 School of Taxation 1 2 School of Accounting 3 4 OUTDOOR 585 138 S.F. CORRIDOR 584 COPY/ 1376 S.F. BREAK 5324A OFFICE 5323 25 S.F. STAIR S-3 322 S.F. LOBBY 583 1247 S.F. 583 CyberCampus 5221C 5221B 5221A ELS 5 5203 (5) Language 5221D 5221E Center CORRIDOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR 582 582 581 933 S.F. 580 271 S.F. 286 S.F. 5210 (4) 4 proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 18
    • 19. Instructional Space Room Assessment Worst Performers 5304 5312 (1) School of Taxation 1 2 School of Accounting 3 4 OUTDOOR 585 138 S.F. CORRIDOR 584 1376 S.F. COPY/ 5311 (3) BREAK 5324A OFFICE 5323 25 S.F. STAIR S-3 322 S.F. LOBBY 5310 (4) 583 1247 S.F. 583 CyberCampus 5221C 5221B 5309 (2) 5221A ELS Language 5 5221D 5221E Center CORRIDOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR 582 582 581 933 S.F. 580 271 S.F. 286 S.F. 4 MEETING ROOM 4309 PLUS School Ageno School of Business of Law OUTDOOR 485 140 S.F. CORRIDOR 484 1754 S.F. 484 PLUS COPY/BREAK LEARNING ANNEX OFFICE ROOM 484B 484A 484A 84 S.F. COPY CORRIDOR ROOM 485 WORK STATION 483 4332A 98 S.F. Undergraduate Programs 4216 (5) 5 CORRIDOR OUTDOOR 480 205 S.F. 482 1080 S.F. 482 OUTDOOR 481 205 S.F. ELS Drop-in Language Classroom Computer Tech. Tech. Lab Center Services proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 19
    • 20. Instructional Space Room Assessment 5/15/12 - 5/16/12 Best Performers proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 20
    • 21. Instructional Space Room Assessment Best Performers - Spring 2012 Law LLM 3214 Student Services Registration Programs School of Law OUTDOOR 385 138 S.F. CORRIDOR VENDING 384 384 MACHINES 1553 S.F. 166 S.F. • 1539 SF LOBBY 383 1247 S.F. 383 School of Law Admissions Financial Aid Faculty Offices 2 • Room Cap: 60 1 3 382 1490 S.F. • Ave Occupancy: 59% • Weekly Room Use: 48.3 hrs/wk • Room Type: Tiered Seating Classroom • Notable Attributes: White Board, Digital Projector, Projection Screen, Integrated Presentation Podium, Computer, DVD player, Fixed Seating, Variable Lighting Control (Dim and Zones), Desk outlet for every seat proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 21
    • 22. Instructional Space Room Assessment Best Performers - Spring 2012 Law LLM 3209 Student Services Registration Programs School of Law OUTDOOR 385 138 S.F. CORRIDOR VENDING 384 384 MACHINES 1553 S.F. 166 S.F. • 500 SF LOBBY 383 1247 S.F. 383 School of Law Admissions Financial Aid Faculty Offices 2 • Room Cap: 15 1 3 382 1490 S.F. • Ave Occupancy: 51.9% • Weekly Room Use: 47.7 hrs/wk • Room Type: Small Classroom • Notable Attributes: White Board, Digital Projector, Projection Screen, Integrated Faculty Desk, Computer, Shared Desks and Chairs, Variable Lighting Control (Dim and Zones), Desk outlet for every seat proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 22
    • 23. Instructional Space Room Assessment Best Performers - Spring 2012 Law LLM 3201 Student Services Registration Programs School of Law OUTDOOR 385 138 S.F. CORRIDOR VENDING 384 384 MACHINES 1553 S.F. 166 S.F. • 1589 SF LOBBY 383 1247 S.F. 383 School of Law Admissions Financial Aid Faculty Offices 2 • Room Cap: 60 1 3 382 1490 S.F. • Ave Occupancy: 36.3% • Weekly Room Use: 39.5 hrs/wk • Room Type: Large Classroom • Notable Attributes: White Board, Digital Projector, Projection Screen, Computer, Shared Desks and Chairs, Variable Lighting Control (Dim and Zones), Ground outlet for every seat proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 23
    • 24. Instructional Space Room Assessment Best Performers - Spring 2012 5304 School of Taxation 5210 1 2 School of Accounting 3 4 OUTDOOR 585 138 S.F. CORRIDOR 584 COPY/ 1376 S.F. BREAK 5324A OFFICE 5323 25 S.F. STAIR S-3 322 S.F. LOBBY 583 • 1175 SF 583 1247 S.F. CyberCampus 5221C 5221B 5221A ELS Language 5 • Room Cap: 44 5221D 5221E Center CORRIDOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR 582 582 581 933 S.F. 580 271 S.F. 286 S.F. • Ave Occupancy: 46.1% 4 • Weekly Room Use: 39.3 hrs/wk • Room Type: Large Classroom • Notable Attributes: Blackboard, Digital Projector, Projection Screen, Integrated Faculty Desk, Computer, Shared Desks and Chairs proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 24
    • 25. Instructional Space Room Assessment Best Performers - Spring 2012 5304 School of Taxation 5203 1 2 School of Accounting 3 4 OUTDOOR 585 138 S.F. CORRIDOR 584 COPY/ 1376 S.F. BREAK 5324A OFFICE 5323 25 S.F. STAIR S-3 322 S.F. LOBBY 583 • 893 SF 583 1247 S.F. CyberCampus 5221C 5221B 5221A ELS Language 5 • Room Cap: 35 5221D 5221E Center CORRIDOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR 582 582 581 933 S.F. 580 271 S.F. 286 S.F. • Ave Occupancy: 35% 4 • Weekly Room Use: 37 hrs/wk • Room Type: Medium Classroom • Notable Attributes: Blackboard, Digital Projector, Projection Screen, Integrated Faculty Desk, Computer, DVD player, Shared Desks and Chairs proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 25
    • 26. Instructional Space Room Assessment 5/15/12 - 5/16/12 Worst Performers proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 26
    • 27. Instructional Space Room Assessment Worst Performers - Spring 2012 5304 School of Taxation 5312 1 2 School of Accounting 3 4 OUTDOOR 585 138 S.F. CORRIDOR 584 COPY/ 1376 S.F. BREAK 5324A OFFICE 5323 25 S.F. STAIR S-3 322 S.F. • 499 SF LOBBY 583 1247 S.F. 583 CyberCampus 5221C 5221B 5221A ELS 5 • Room Cap: 25 Language 5221D 5221E Center CORRIDOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR 582 582 581 933 S.F. 580 271 S.F. 286 S.F. • Ave Occupancy: 0% 4 • Weekly Room Use: 0 hrs/wk • Room Type: Small Classroom • Notable Attributes: White Board, Blackboard, Moveable Wall, Poor Ventilation proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 27
    • 28. Instructional Space Room Assessment Worst Performers - Spring 2012 5304 School of Taxation 5309 1 2 School of Accounting 3 4 OUTDOOR 585 138 S.F. CORRIDOR 584 COPY/ 1376 S.F. BREAK 5324A OFFICE 5323 25 S.F. STAIR S-3 322 S.F. • 497 SF LOBBY 583 1247 S.F. 583 CyberCampus 5221C 5221B 5221A ELS 5 • Room Cap: 25 Language 5221D 5221E Center CORRIDOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR 582 582 581 933 S.F. 580 271 S.F. 286 S.F. • Ave Occupancy: 0% 4 • Weekly Room Use: 0 hrs/wk • Room Type: Small Classroom • Notable Attributes: Blackboard, Moveable Wall, Poor Ventilation proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 28
    • 29. Instructional Space Room Assessment Worst Performers - Spring 2012 5304 School of Taxation 5311 1 2 School of Accounting 3 4 OUTDOOR 585 138 S.F. CORRIDOR 584 COPY/ 1376 S.F. BREAK 5324A OFFICE 5323 25 S.F. STAIR S-3 322 S.F. • 614 SF LOBBY 583 1247 S.F. 583 CyberCampus 5221C 5221B 5221A ELS 5 • Room Cap: 27 Language 5221D 5221E Center CORRIDOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR 582 582 581 933 S.F. 580 271 S.F. 286 S.F. • Ave Occupancy: 40.7% 4 • Weekly Room Use: 1.67 hrs/wk • Room Type: Medium Classroom • Notable Attributes: Blackboard, Projection Screen, Storage Closet, Moveable Wall, Poor Ventilation proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 29
    • 30. Instructional Space Room Assessment Worst Performers - Spring 2012 5304 School of Taxation 5310 1 2 School of Accounting 3 4 OUTDOOR 585 138 S.F. CORRIDOR 584 COPY/ 1376 S.F. BREAK 5324A OFFICE 5323 25 S.F. STAIR S-3 322 S.F. • 1123 SF LOBBY 583 1247 S.F. 583 CyberCampus 5221C 5221B 5221A ELS 5 • Room Cap: 41 Language 5221D 5221E Center CORRIDOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR 582 582 581 933 S.F. 580 271 S.F. 286 S.F. • Ave Occupancy: 41.5% 4 • Weekly Room Use: 2.7 hrs/wk • Room Type: Large Classroom • Notable Attributes: Blackboard, Projection Screen, Moveable Wall, Poor Ventilation proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 30
    • 31. Instructional Space Room Assessment Worst Performers - Spring 2012 MEETING ROOM 4216 4309 PLUS School Ageno School of Business of Law OUTDOOR 485 140 S.F. CORRIDOR 484 1754 S.F. 484 PLUS COPY/BREAK LEARNING ANNEX OFFICE ROOM 484B 484A 484A 84 S.F. COPY • 552 SF CORRIDOR ROOM 485 WORK STATION 483 4332A 98 S.F. Undergraduate Programs • Room Cap: 24 OUTDOOR 480 5 CORRIDOR 482 482 OUTDOOR 481 1080 S.F. 205 S.F. 205 S.F. • Ave Occupancy: 29.2% ELS Drop-in Language Classroom Computer Tech. Tech. Lab Center Services • Weekly Room Use: 2.7 hrs/wk • Room Type: Small Classroom • Notable Attributes: White Board, Digital Projector, Projection Screen, Integrated Presentation Podium, Computer, DVD player, Fixed Seating, Computer for every seat proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 31
    • 32. Instructional Space Room Assessment 5/15/12 - 5/16/12Top 3 Performers• 3214, 3209, 3201• 3rd Floor• Variable Lighting Control - Dim and Zone• Accessible Outlets from every seat - Ground and Desk• Very Low Room Crowding• Regulated/Pleasant Climate Student Services Law Registration LLM Programs• Poor Natural Light/Excellent OUTDOOR 385 138 S.F. CORRIDOR School of Law VENDING 384 Operable Light 384 MACHINES 1553 S.F. 166 S.F. LOBBY 383 1247 S.F. 383 School of Law Admissions Financial Aid Faculty Offices 3214 (1) 2 1 3 382 3209 (2) 1490 S.F. 3201 (3) proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 32
    • 33. Instructional Space Room Assessment 5/15/12 - 5/16/12Bottom 3 Performers• 5312, 5309, 5311• 5th Floor• Connected to each other by Moveable Wall• High Natural Light Quality, Poor Operable Light Quality; Too bright during certain hours• Very Few Wall Outlets - No Ground or Desk 5304• Slightly Stuffy Climate/Temperature School of Taxation 1 3 4 2 School of Accounting OUTDOOR 585 138 S.F. CORRIDOR 584 COPY/ 1376 S.F. BREAK 5324A OFFICE 5323 25 S.F. STAIR S-3 322 S.F. LOBBY 583 5312 (1) 583 1247 S.F. CyberCampus 5221C 5221B 5311 (3) 5221A ELS Language 5 5221D 5221E Center CORRIDOR OUTDOOR 5309 (2) OUTDOOR 582 582 581 933 S.F. 580 271 S.F. 286 S.F. 4 proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 33
    • 34. Conceptual Organizational Models & Objective 4-6 Update Objective 6: Lawyering and Litigation Skills proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 2
    • 35. Objective 6: Lawyering and Litigation Skills draft GUIDING PRINCIPLES - Objective 6• Design a space to support advanced technological and interactive programs where students can receive hands-on learning • Support the concept of experiential versus lecture-based learning, and align with the law school’s pedagogical stance as a ‘practice-ready’ graduate program • House state-of-the-art technology that is being used in real courtrooms • Plan for varying uses and flexible work spaces, in particular for teams of 4-8, and groups of 16 and 25-30 • Create a realistic, simulated courtroom experience • Be able to hold mock trials and competitions in a space that accurately reflects an actual courtroom • Provide a space for informal learning, gathering, and research • Create spaces for informal research and study for smaller groups (4-8)• Feature the Lawyering Skills Program as a distinguishing asset of the Law School • Create physical spaces that facilitate the pedagogical focus on advocacy and courtroom training • Establish the program as a source of pride that hosts competitions and events with other law schools • Leverage the physical space in support of the law school’s goal to become nationally renowned for its litigation and advocacy training proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming 35 MKTHINK
    • 36. Discovery Existing C on di ti on s proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 36
    • 37. Discovery Existing Conditions Rooms used as Moot Courtroom OUTDOOR (Observed from STEP) 2500 CORRIDOR 138 S.F. 2600 1693 S.F. JANITOR 2600A 38 S.F. COPY • 2314 (Baxter Room - Office) LOBBY 2100 1203 S.F. • 3208 (Tiered Classroom) STORAGE 2002B 75 S.F. STORAGE 2002A 75 S.F. EXTERIOR • 6224 (Designated Moot Courtroom) BALCONY 211 298 S.F. 322 S.F. 185 S.F. ROOF 6300 11,287 S.F. OUTDOOR 385 138 S.F. CORRIDOR VENDING 384 MACHINES 1553 S.F. 166 S.F. 684 245 S.F. LOBBY LOBBY 383 683 1247 S.F. 1247 S.F. OUTDOOR 679 254 S.F. CORRIDOR OUTDOOR 682 OUTDOOR 1490 S.F. 681 934 S.F. 680 278 S.F. 693 S.F. Room used as Moot Courtroom (Not used for STEP) • 3201 (Classroom) proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 37
    • 38. Discovery Inventory of Room 6224 - Designated Moot Courtroom Ph ysi cal Con dit io ns ROOF 6300 11,287 S.F. Seating and Furniture Technology • Fixed Seating - 72 • Network Connection 684 245 S.F. • WIFI Assets LOBBY 683 1247 S.F. • Telephone Line • Storage Closet - 1 • Cable Line • Wall Outlets - 12 OUTDOOR 679 • Floor Outlets - 0 Lighting 254 S.F. • Desk Outlets - 0 • No Windows • No Variable Lighting OUTDOOR 681 278 S.F. CORRIDOR 682 934 S.F. OUTDOOR 680 693 S.F. Tools Control Dim • White Board • No Variable Lighting • PA System Control Zones proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 38
    • 39. Discovery Inventory of Room 6224 - Designated Moot Courtroom Qu ali t at iv e Observat i ons ROOF 6300 • Poor natural light Quality - no 11,287 S.F. windows • Acoustic quality - echoes, outside 684 245 S.F. LOBBY 683 noise very audible 1247 S.F. • Fair operable light quality - slightly dark OUTDOOR 679 254 S.F. • Poor power access - few accessible outlets CORRIDOR • Good temperature/climate OUTDOOR 682 OUTDOOR 681 934 S.F. 680 • Strong network access and signal 278 S.F. 693 S.F. proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 39
    • 40. Discovery Utilization and Occupancy of Room 6224 - Designated Moot Courtroom Inventory Room 6224 Building 536 Mission Floor 6 ROOF 6300 11,287 S.F. SF 1177 Size Class L 684 245 S.F. Room Type Classroom LOBBY 683 1247 S.F. Occupancy Spring 2012 Fall 2011 Ave Enrolled 14.2 13 OUTDOOR 679 254 S.F. Room Capacity 60 60 Ave Occupancy 23.7% 21.7% OUTDOOR 681 CORRIDOR 682 934 S.F. OUTDOOR 680 278 S.F. 693 S.F. Utilization Spring 2012 Fall 2011 Weekly Room Use 18.2 hrs 19.7 hrs Pct Law 100% 100% Pct Graduate 0% 0% Pct Undergraduate 0% 0% proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 40
    • 41. Discovery Inventory of Room 3208 - Classroom Ph ysi cal Con dit io ns OUTDOOR 385 138 S.F. VENDING CORRIDOR 384 Seating and Furniture Technology MACHINES 1553 S.F. • Fixed Tiered Seating - • Network Connection 166 S.F. 64 • WIFI LOBBY 383 1247 S.F. Assets • Telephone Line • Wall Outlets - 14 • Cable Line • Floor Outlets - 0 • Computer • Desk Outlets - 64 Lighting Tools • No Windows • Variable Lighting Control 1490 S.F. • White Board • Integrated Presentation Dim Podium • Variable Lighting Control • Digital Projector Zones • Projection Screen • DVD Player • PA System proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 41
    • 42. Discovery Inventory of Room 3208 - Classroom Qu ali t at iv e Observat i ons OUTDOOR 385 138 S.F. CORRIDOR • Decent natural light quality - no VENDING 384 MACHINES 1553 S.F. 166 S.F. windows, but variable lighting control LOBBY 383 • Acoustic quality - slight echoes 1247 S.F. • Excellent power access - outlet for every student • Good temperature/climate • strong network access and signal • Room equipped with good technology 1490 S.F. proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 42
    • 43. Discovery Utilization and Occupancy of Room 3208 - Classroom Inventory Room 3208 Building 536 Mission Floor 3 OUTDOOR 385 SF 1307 138 S.F. CORRIDOR VENDING 384 MACHINES 1553 S.F. 166 S.F. Size Class XL Room Type Classroom LOBBY 383 1247 S.F. Occupancy Spring 2012 Fall 2011 Ave Enrolled 24.2 29.9 Room Capacity 60 60 Ave Occupancy 40.4% 49.8% 1490 S.F. Utilization Spring 2012 Fall 2011 Weekly Room Use 33.2 hrs 29.5 hrs Pct Law 100% 100% Pct Graduate 0% 0% Pct Undergraduate 0% 0% proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 43
    • 44. Discovery Inventory of Room 2314 - Baxter Room Ph ysi cal Con dit io ns OUTDOOR 2500 CORRIDOR 138 S.F. 2600 Seating and Furniture 1693 S.F. JANITOR 2600A 38 S.F. Technology COPY • Large Conference Table • Network Connection LOBBY • Two Office Desks • WIFI 2100 1203 S.F. • 14 Seats • Telephone Line • Cable Line Assets • Computer • Wall Outlets - 10 STORAGE STORAGE 2002B 2002A 75 S.F. 75 S.F. Lighting EXTERIOR Tools • Large Window - Whole Wall BALCONY 211 298 S.F. • White Board • No Variable Lighting Control Dim 322 S.F. 185 S.F. • No Variable Lighting Control Zones proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 44
    • 45. Discovery Inventory of Room 2314 - Baxter Room Qu ali t at iv e Observat i ons OUTDOOR 2500 CORRIDOR 138 S.F. 2600 • Great natural light quality - entire 1693 S.F. JANITOR 2600A 38 S.F. wall is a window COPY • Good acoustic quality LOBBY 2100 • Poor power access - few accessible 1203 S.F. outlets • Good temperature/climate - possibly too warm during afternoon STORAGE STORAGE 2002B 2002A 75 S.F. 75 S.F. • Strong network access and signal EXTERIOR BALCONY 211 298 S.F. 322 S.F. 185 S.F. proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 45
    • 46. Discovery Utilization and Occupancy of Room 2314 - Baxter Room Inventory Room 2314 Building 536 Mission Floor 2 OUTDOOR 2500 CORRIDOR 138 S.F. 2600 1693 S.F. SF 487 JANITOR 2600A 38 S.F. COPY Size Class S LOBBY Room Type Office 2100 1203 S.F. Occupancy Spring 2012 Fall 2011 Ave Enrolled NA NA STORAGE STORAGE 2002B 2002A 75 S.F. 75 S.F. Room Capacity NA NA EXTERIOR BALCONY Ave Occupancy NA NA 211 298 S.F. Utilization Spring 2012 Fall 2011 322 S.F. 185 S.F. Weekly Room Use NA NA Pct Law 100% 100% Pct Graduate 0% 0% Pct Undergraduate 0% 0% proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 46
    • 47. Discovery Inventory of Room 3201 - Classroom Ph ysi cal Con dit io ns OUTDOOR 385 138 S.F. VENDING CORRIDOR 384 Seating and Furniture Technology MACHINES 1553 S.F. • Moveable Desks and • Network Connection 166 S.F. Chairs - 68 • WIFI LOBBY 383 1247 S.F. Assets • Telephone Line • Cable Line • Storage Closet - 1 • Computer • Wall Outlets - 14 • Floor Outlets - 48 Lighting • Desk Outlets - 0 • Variable Lighting Control 1490 S.F. Tools Dim • White Board • Variable Lighting Control • Digital Projector Zones • Projection Screen • PA System proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 47
    • 48. Discovery Inventory of Room 3201 - Classroom Qu ali t at iv e Observat i ons OUTDOOR 385 138 S.F. CORRIDOR • Strong light quality - variable lighting VENDING 384 MACHINES 1553 S.F. 166 S.F. control • Acoustic quality - slight echoes LOBBY 383 • Excellent power access - outlet for 1247 S.F. every student • Good temperature/climate • Strong network access and signal • Moveable furniture for changeable room configurations 1490 S.F. proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 48
    • 49. Discovery Utilization and Occupancy of Room 3201 - Classroom Inventory Room 3201 Building 536 Mission Floor 3 OUTDOOR 385 SF 1589 138 S.F. CORRIDOR VENDING 384 MACHINES 1553 S.F. 166 S.F. Size Class XXL Room Type Classroom LOBBY 383 1247 S.F. Occupancy Spring 2012 Fall 2011 Ave Enrolled 21.8 31.1 Room Capacity 60 60 Ave Occupancy 36.4% 51.9% 1490 S.F. Utilization Spring 2012 Fall 2011 Weekly Room Use 39.5 hrs 32.8 hrs Pct Law 100% 100% Pct Graduate 0% 0% Pct Undergraduate 0% 0% proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 49
    • 50. Assessment: How STEP uses existing facilities Room 6224 - Moot Courtroom JURY BOX FIVE WOODEN SEATS RAMP UP LAWYER STORAGE CLOSET FIXED TIERED SEATING WITNESS SEATED IN FORMAL WITNESS BOX GLASS PARTITION PROFESSOR/JUDGE NO STUDENTS SEATED IN THIS SECTION (PROFESSOR SAYS STUDENTS SEATED NEVER SEATED HERE) AT COUNSEL TABLES CIRCULATION THROUGH THESE DOUBLE DOORS ONLY TEACHING ASSISTANT RAMP UP TRIAL EVIDENCE AND ADVOCACY CLASSROOM 6224 (1,177 SF) SITE VISIT - 06.19.12 proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 50
    • 51. Assessment: How STEP uses existing facilities Room 3208 - Classroom used for Moot Court CIRCULATION THROUGH THIS DOOR ONLY PROFESSOR/JUDGE WITNESS WITNESS DESK INTEGRATED NO STUDENTS SEATED PODIUM IN THIS SECTION STUDENTS IN SCATTERED SEATING LAWYER EXAMINES / QUESTIONS WITNESS FROM TOWARDS THE BACK OF THE ROOM ADJUNCT PROFESSOR TRIAL EVIDENCE AND ADVOCACY CLASSROOM 3208 (1,307 SF) SITE VISIT - 06.12.12 proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 51
    • 52. Assessment: How STEP uses existing facilities Room 2314 - Classroom used for Moot Court WINDOW ALONG ENTIRE WALL TEACHING ASSISTANT PROFESSOR/JUDGE OTHER STUDENTS WITNESS OBSERVE AND OBJECT FROM THE OTHER SIDE OF THE TABLE LAWYER TRIAL EVIDENCE AND ADVOCACY CLASSROOM 2314 (487 SF) SITE VISIT - 06.19.12 proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 52
    • 53. Objective 6: Existing Conceptual Organizational Model STEP: Summer Trial and Evidence Program • Three rooms used for moot court - ROOM 6224 S, L, XL • Additional XXL room used during Fall and Spring • Rm 2314: conference room/office configuration; no tech; used for classes, conferences, and offices • Rm 3208: newly furnished tiered seating; high-tech A/V • Rm 6224: designated moot courtroom; some formal furnishings; no tech; adjoining storage room • Rm 3201 classroom; moveable furniture for ease of changeable room configuration • Completely disjointed rooms - spans across 4 floors ROOM 3201 ROOM 3208 ROOM 2314 MIXED USED OF CLASSES, OFFICE SPACE, AND MEETINGS proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 53
    • 54. Discovery & Assessment Site Visit and Interview Conclusions • Aside from 1 or 2 auxiliary rooms (storage, conference room, etc), the rooms currently used for STEP and litigation courses currently provide enough space for courtroom-style classes. Based on occupancy loads (STEP observations only), there is in fact an abundance of square footage. • However, rooms currently being used as courtrooms are simply classrooms and offices that are adjusted and modified for use as courtrooms; this makeshift use can be frustrating for the users and contributes to the overall low occupancy of classroom space. Providing rooms properly sized and equipped for these trial-type courses would mitigate this issue. • The distance between current rooms contributes to a sense of disconnection within the program and the Law School • Centralizing the Moot Courts and potentially providing an interactive hub that connects all of these rooms would both physically and symbolically strengthen the identity of the Law School • The current space and furniture arrangements, along with the technology housed in these rooms, is inadequate for courses which require courtroom setups • Given the Law School’s desire to be a skills-oriented, courtroom-ready program, the proper spatial arrangements of a real courtroom must be made, and current technology should be housed in these rooms proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 54
    • 55. Benchmarking Study Law School Lawyering and Litigation Skills Benchmarks 1. Stetson 2. Quinnipiac 3. South Texas 4. Baylor proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 55
    • 56. Benchmarking Study Stetson Law School • Eleazer Courtroom • 8,900 SF • Cost: $719,325 • First courtroom in the nation designed to address the needs of the elderly or disabled• Florin Roebig Courtroom • AV, tiered seating, jury room, judge’s chambers proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 56
    • 57. Benchmarking Study Quinnipiac Law School • School of Law Center • 130,000 SF • Law library (50,000 SF), informal gathering places, Grand Courtroom, Silver, Golub & Teitell Trial Practice Room • Grand Courtroom • 225 seat mock courtroom • state-of-the-art technology • Trial Practice Room • Furnished like a trial courtroom • Areas for judge and jury proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 57
    • 58. Benchmarking Study South Texas Law School• Treece Courtroom • 8,000 SF • Completed: November 2003 • Nine-seat judges bench, witness stand, court clerk’s table, court reporter’s table, attorney’s tables, spectator area, two jury boxes • Limestone and marble entryway lobby space • James Baldwin Brown Jury Room • Jury room when facility is being used for actual trials • Robing room for appellate judges proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 58
    • 59. Benchmarking Study Baylor Law School • Sheila and Walter Umphrey Law Center • 128,000 SF • Cost: $33 million • Completed: August 2001 • Includes classrooms, courtrooms, law library, computer labs, seminar and meeting rooms, faculty and administrative offices, common areas • Rex Houston Practice Courtroom proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 59
    • 60. Benchmarking Study Law School Benchmarking Statistics School GGU Stetson Quinnipiac South Texas Baylor Median GPA 3.10 3.36 3.33 3.06-3.55 3.75 Median LSAT 153 NA 156 152-158 163 Number of Students 732 1,081 467 1,305 476 Full-time 616 867 340 1,009 466 Part-time 116 214 127 296 10 Percent Female 54.4% 51.9% 48% 46.7% 50.2% Percent Minority 28.7% 20.7% 11.6% 29% 21% Full-time Faculty 42 59 32 44 27 Student/Faculty Ratio 17:1 18:1 14:1 22:1 17:1 Tuition $38,375 $35,146 $42,740 $26,340 $40,904 ABA-LSAC Official Guide 2012 Edition proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 60
    • 61. Benchmarking Study Moot Courtrooms Arrangements Stetson (Traditional Moot Court Arrangement) Cumberland (similar to current GGU facilities) Quinnipiac (Large Lecture Hall Arrangement) proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 61
    • 62. Benchmarking Study Typical Law Skills Centers • Formal Entrance • Decorated entryway designed to attract and highlight skill center • Lobby space adjacent to courtroom for congregation and informal learning • Moot Courtroom • Main entrance/circulation leads into gallery seating • Judge’s desk, jury box, and counsel tables at the opposite end • Smaller study, research, and seminar rooms often adjacent to courtroom, typically accessed from the judge, jury, and counsel end • Size ranges from large, tiered lecture hall style to flat, more condensed classroom style • Conference Rooms • Smaller rooms for study, research, and seminars adjacent to the Moot Courtroom • Rooms often equipped with high-end AV technology proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 62
    • 63. Benchmarking Study Typical Moot Courtroom Features • Physical Assets • Judge’s Bench (elevated off of the ground) • Jury Box • Integrated Podium • Counsel Tables • Gallery Seating (approx. 25 to several hundred) • Wood-paneled walls and furniture (partially or completely) • Technology • TV’s Eleazer Courtroom, Stetson Law • DVD players • Video Cameras (Mounted and Freestanding) • Document Projection Video Cameras (Freestanding or integrated into desk) • Microphones • Audio/Visual Inputs • Interactive Whiteboards • Accessible Outlets • Variable Control Lighting proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 63

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