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  1. 1. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, HASTINGS COLLEGE OF THE LAW 200 McALLISTER: KANE HALL PROGRAMMING + PLANNING SPACE BLOCKING MEETING TWO OF TWO 07.23.14
  2. 2. proprietary and confidential UC Hastings College of the Law Kane Hall Programming and Planning AGENDA 2 REVIEW 1. GUIDING PRINCIPLES 2. FINALIZED CONCEPTUAL ORG. MODEL 3. MOVE-IN SPACES DISCUSS 4. POTENTIAL PROGRAM BLOCKING SCENARIOS
  3. 3. GUIDING PRINCIPLES AND BOUNDARIES REVIEW 1.
  4. 4. proprietary and confidential UC Hastings College of the Law Kane Hall Programming and Planning 4 PROCESS • Engage all stakeholders in the project process. • Provide a range of options for optimal strategies. ! LONG RANGE CAMPUS PLAN • All strategies will support the LRCP 1.0 and preceding strategic reports. • Design for the needs of the students. • Leverage 100 McAllister for potential revenue-generating opportunities. • Increase student life and activity at 200 McAllister, and in particular the ground floor. Improve first impressions of the campus. GUIDING PRINCIPLES REVIEW
  5. 5. proprietary and confidential UC Hastings College of the Law Kane Hall Programming and Planning GUIDING PRINCIPLES REVIEW 5 CLINICS, CENTERS, AND JOURNALS PROGRAMS • Design to serve the mission(s), teachings, services, and scholarship of each clinic, center, and journal. • Serve the needs of both the individuals and the group for all programs. • Integrate programs into the intellectual life of the students and the College. • Provide opportunities for students and practitioners to work together and collaborate. • Maintain and strengthen the unique identity and brand of each program. • Maintain and improve the operations and physical relationships for each clinic, center, and journal, as well as the inter-relationships between programs. • Design with flexibility in mind – grants and funding swings often cause staff fluctuation. • Design with clients in mind, which considers confidentiality and accessibility. • Remain cutting-edge and innovative with regard to tools and technology in order to remain competitive. • Design with the consideration of economies of scale by maximizing staffing spaces and developing common area spaces for similar or overlapping programs. • Improve wayfinding and path of travel to the clinics, centers, and journals. Make them easily accessible to the broader community. • Ensure the security of students, faculty, staff, and the clinics, centers, and journals. • Employ sustainable design by considering the use of natural light, material choices, and furniture selection. • Preserve the window line for shared and multi-functional space.
  6. 6. proprietary and confidential UC Hastings College of the Law Kane Hall Programming and Planning BOUNDARIES REVIEW 6 MOVE-OUT • Relocate all programs in the 3rd, 4th, 22nd, and 23rd floor of 100 McAllister to 200 McAllister. • Consider the relocation of Health Services to a more private location on campus.
 MOVE-IN • Potential 200 McAllister relocation sites: 1st floor; 2nd floor health clinic; 4th and/or 6th floor library). • Minimize cost of renovation and avoid changes that necessitate major changes to building systems. • Preserve to the maximum extent possible previous investments in physical plant improvements. • Preserve or increase the amount of student study space and classrooms on campus. • Preserve the special collections archive located on the 6th floor of 200 McAllister . • Maintain the amount of private faculty offices located on the 6th floor of 200 McAllister . • Journals must have 24 hour access. • Prioritize approaches and projects that minimize construction period disruptions to ongoing academic operations. • All relocated programs will be moved in no later than January 2016.
  7. 7. FINALIZED CONCEPTUAL ORG. MODEL REVIEW 2.
  8. 8. proprietary and confidential UC Hastings College of the Law Kane Hall Programming and Planning 8 CLASSROOM/ SEMINAR CLASSROOM/ SEMINAR CLASSROOM/ SEMINAR CLASSROOM/ SEMINAR CLASSROOM/ SEMINAR CLASSROOM/ SEMINAR CLASSROOM/ SEMINAR CED OFFICE/ WORKSTATIONS CGA OFFICE/ WORKSTATIONS SEEE OFFICE/ WORKSTATIONS IR OFFICE/ WORKSTATIONS SMALL MEETING (2-6) NEW CLINIC OFFICE/ WORKSTATIONS STUDENT WORKSTATIONS RECEPTION/ LOBBY JOURNAL OFFICE JOURNAL OFFICE JOURNAL OFFICE JOURNAL OFFICE JOURNAL OFFICE JOURNAL OFFICE JOURNAL OFFICE JOURNAL OFFICE JOURNAL OFFICE PUBLISHING OFFICE MEETING OFFICES/ WORKSTATIONS RESOURCE W LL RECEPTION IN 2 MEETING OFFICES/ WORKSTATIONS RESOURCE RECEPTION C O NS. MEETING OFFICES/ WORKSTATIONS RESOURCE RECEPTION FU TURE MEETING OFFICES/ WORKSTATIONS RESOURCE RECEPTION C SLGL MEETING OFFICES/ WORKSTATIONS RESOURCE RECEPTION C GRS MEETING OFFICES/ WORKSTATIONS RESOURCE RECEPTION CND R / ME. MEETING OFFICES/ WORKSTATIONS RESOURCE RECEPTION SMALL MEETING (2-6) BREAKOUT BREAKOUT BREAKOUT BREAKOUTBREAKOUT BREAKOUT COPY ROOM/ STORAGE LOUNGE BREAK/ KITCHEN MEDIUM MEETING ROOM / BREAK-OUT (6-12) COPY ROOM/ STORAGE RESOURCE LIBRARY LOUNGE BREAK/ KITCHEN SMALL MEETING (2-6) SMALL MEETING (2-6) MEDIUM MEETING ROOM / BREAK-OUT (6-12) CLINICSCENTERS JOURNALS GENERAL FACULTY MLPS OFFICE/ WORKSTATIONS RHRC OFFICE/ WORKSTATIONS FINALIZED ORG. MODEL CONCEPTUAL ORGANIZATION MODEL – ALL PROGRAMS
  9. 9. MOVE-IN SPACES 3.
  10. 10. proprietary and confidential UC Hastings College of the Law Kane Hall Programming and Planning UNDERSTANDING EXISTING CONDITIONS SPACE TEST FIT 10 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 25,000 30,000 35,000 Total Existing Space Program Total Possible Relocation Space 34,217 SF 25,346 SF 100 McAllister 198 McAllister 200 McAllister 1st Floor 6th Floor Opportunity Classroomrs Special Collections Offices Offices Conf/Mtg/Resources Instructional Load/Circulation
  11. 11. proprietary and confidential UC Hastings College of the Law Kane Hall Programming and Planning 11 OPPORTUNITY AREAS 200 MCALLISTER– 6TH FLOOR 6TH FLOOR OF LIBRARYOpp. OPPORTUNITY AREA
  12. 12. proprietary and confidential UC Hastings College of the Law Kane Hall Programming and Planning 12 OPPORTUNITY AREAS MCALLISTER 200 – 1ST FLOOR Opp. Opp. Opp. OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE FORMER BOOKSTORE BUSINESS CENTER CONF. LOBBY STUDENT INFO CENTER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY LAW JOURNAL SLJTJOURNAL FORMER BOOKSTORE, STUDENT CENTER,AND BUSINESS CENTER Opp. OPPORTUNITY AREA
  13. 13. proprietary and confidential UC Hastings College of the Law Kane Hall Programming and Planning 13 UNDERSTANDING EXISTING CONDITIONS SPACE TEST FIT DRAFT Page 3 of 9 UC HASTINGS - KANE HALL PROGRAMMING & PLANNING SPACE BLOCKING – Existing Square Footage Comparison 7.23.2014 Centers Clinics Journals CLINICS EXISTING ASF CENTERS EXISTING ASF JOURNALS EXISTING ASF
  14. 14. SPACE BLOCKING: THREE SCENARIOS 4.
  15. 15. proprietary and confidential UC Hastings College of the Law Kane Hall Programming and Planning 15 SCENARIO 1: FLEXIBILITY OPTIMIZATION 200 MCALLISTER 6TH FLOOR DRAFT Clinics / Centers / Journals Interaction Classroom / Seminar General Offices Student Study Page 4 of 9 PROS: Most flexible arrangement maximizes ability for programs to expand and contract smartly and affordably Clear delineation between research programs and student spaces CONS Elongate space limits internal layouts of programs; less opportunity for brand identity development No “grand entrance sequence” UC HASTINGS - KANE HALL PROGRAMMING + PLANNING FLEXIBILITY OPTIMIZATION – Scenario 1 of 3 200 McAllister 6th Floor 7.23.2014 PROS: • Most flexible arrangement maximizes ability for all programs to expand and contract smartly and affordably • Clear delineation between research programs and student spaces CONS: • Elongated space limits internal layouts of programs; less opportunity for brand identity development • No "grand entrance sequence”
  16. 16. proprietary and confidential UC Hastings College of the Law Kane Hall Programming and Planning DRAFT Clinics / Centers / Journals Interaction Classroom / Seminar General Offices Student Study Page 5 of 9 CONS Research programs are “landlocked” which makes expansion difficult Student-oriented programs (e.g. classrooms) are distributed throughout potentially creating traffic through research programs PROS: Orientation of program massing optimizes ability to develop unique identities within each program space Primary reception allows for “grand entrance sequence” Separation of front and back of the house operations UC HASTINGS - KANE HALL PROGRAMMING + PLANNING IDENTITY DEVELOPMENT OPTIMIZATION – Scenario 2 of 3 200 McAllister 6th Floor 7.23.2014 16 SCENARIO 2: IDENTITY OPTIMIZATION 200 MCALLISTER 6TH FLOOR PROS: • Primary reception allows for “grand entrance sequence” • Separation of front and back of the house operations CONS: • Research programs are “landlocked” which makes expansion difficult • Student study space base limited amount of natural light exposure
  17. 17. proprietary and confidential UC Hastings College of the Law Kane Hall Programming and Planning 17 SCENARIO 3: WITH JOURNALS 200 MCALLISTER 6TH FLOOR DRAFT Clinics / Centers / Journals Interaction Classroom / Seminar General Offices Student Study Page 6 of 9 PROS: Locating a majority of classrooms on the first floor may reduce traffic and noise CONS Need to occupy first floor of building in order to incorporate all necessary programs UC HASTINGS - KANE HALL PROGRAMMING + PLANNING SPACE BLOCKING – Scenario 3 of 3 200 McAllister 6th Floor 7.23.2014 PROS: • Primary reception allows for “grand entrance sequence” • Locating a majority of classrooms on the first floor responds to goals of the LRCP and makes the first floor of 200 McAllister a more vibrant place on campus CONS: • Leaving the first floor open for the relocation of HR and Fiscal in the future also responds to the recommendations in the LRCP to consolidate all student services into one building • Student study space base limited amount of natural light exposure
  18. 18. proprietary and confidential UC Hastings College of the Law Kane Hall Programming and Planning 18 200 MCALLISTER 1ST FLOOR DRAFT Clinics / Centers / Journals Interaction Classroom / Seminar General Offices Student Study Page 7 of 9 UC HASTINGS - KANE HALL PROGRAMMING + PLANNING SPACE BLOCKING – Scenario 3 of 3 200 McAllister 1st Floor 7.23.2014 PROS: Locating a majority of classrooms on the first floor may reduce traffic and noise CONS Need to occupy first floor of building in order to incorporate all necessary programs PROS: • Primary reception allows for “grand entrance sequence” • Locating a majority of classrooms on the first floor responds to goals of the LRCP and makes the first floor of 200 McAllister a more vibrant place on campus CONS: • Leaving the first floor open for the relocation of HR and Fiscal in the future also responds to the recommendations in the LRCP to consolidate all student services into one building • Student study space base limited amount of natural light exposure SCENARIO 3: WITH JOURNALS
  19. 19. proprietary and confidential UC Hastings College of the Law Kane Hall Programming and Planning SCENARIO COMPARISON PROS AND CONS 19 DR Page 8 of 8 UC HASTINGS - KANE HALL PROGRAMMING & PLANNING SPACE BLOCKING – Comparison PROS: Most flexible arrangement maximizes ability for programs to expand and contract smartly and affordably Clear delineation between research programs and student spaces PROS: Primary reception allows for “grand entrance sequence” Separation of front and back of the house operations PROS: Primary reception allows for “grand entrance sequence” Locating a majority of classrooms on the first floor responds to goals of the Long Range Campus Plan and makes the first floor of 200 McAllister a more vibrant place on campus CONS Elongate space limits internal layouts of programs; less opportunity for brand identity development No “grand entrance sequence” CONS Research programs are “landlocked” which makes expansion difficult Student Study Space has limited amount of natural light exposure CONS Leaving the first floor open for the relocation of HR and Fiscal in the future also responds to recommendations in the Long Range Campus Plan to consolidate all student services into one building Student Study Space has limited amount of natural light exposure 1. FLEXIBILITY OPTIMIZATION 2. IDENTITY OPTIMIZATION 3. 6TH FLOOR W/JOURNALS 1. FLEXIBILITY OPTIMIZATION ! PROS: • Most flexible arrangement maximizes ability for all programs to expand and contract smartly and affordably • Clear delineation between research programs and student spaces ! CONS: • Elongated space limits internal layouts of programs; less opportunity for brand identity development • No "grand entrance sequence” 2. IDENTITY OPTIMIZATION ! PROS: • Primary reception allows for “grand entrance sequence” • Separation of front and back of the house operations ! CONS: • Research programs are “landlocked” which makes expansion difficult • Student study space base limited amount of natural light exposure 3. 6TH FLOOR WITH JOURNALS ! PROS: • Primary reception allows for “grand entrance sequence” • Locating a majority of classrooms on the first floor responds to goals of the LRCP and makes the first floor of 200 McAllister a more vibrant place on campus ! CONS: • Leaving the first floor open for the relocation of HR and Fiscal in the future also responds to the recommendations in the LRCP to consolidate all student services into one building • Student study space base limited amount of natural light exposure

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