Kemper RedevelopmentProjectBoonville, MissouriUniversity of Missouri ExtensionUniversity Center for Innovation and Entrepr...
The Community – Boonville, Mo.• Established in 1817,  Incorporated in 1839• 400+ Sites on the National  Register of Histor...
The Problem - Kemper• Established in 1844• “West Point of the West”  –   Numerous Generals  –   Will Rogers  –   Don Tyson...
The Solution46 Acres, 11 Buildings, 286,490 S.F. of Space
The Vision             Public Meeting Spaces                • Social Events                  • Graduation              Pro...
Access to Higher Ed
Meet Suzi
Revision with Stakeholders• Preserve the historic and values-based character  of Kemper• Provide a venue for leader develo...
What Happens Next?• Continue Stakeholder         • Support Synergistic  Dialogue:                      Activities:  – Expa...
Economic Impacts• Direct (to date)   – SFCC       • 3 Full Time, 50 Part-Time Adjuncts   – YMCA       • 5 Full Time, 35 Pa...
Summary• So, How Do You Fuse:  – Historic Preservation  – A Picturesque, but Vacant 46 Acre Campus  – The Opportunity for ...
…With a Team•   The City of Boonville•   State Fair Community College•   Central Methodist College•   The University of Mi...
Questions? Questions?
Credits, SourcesSlide 1:   Photo courtesy of the City of Boonville, Julius Udinyiwe, Hope Photo, photographerSlide 2:   Ph...
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UEDA Summit 2012: Awards of Excellence - Kemper Military School Redevelopment Project: Repurposing historic structures, maintaining community values (University of Missouri University Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship)

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UEDA Summit 2012: Awards of Excellence - Kemper Military School Redevelopment Project: Repurposing historic structures, maintaining community values (University of Missouri University Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship)

  1. 1. Kemper RedevelopmentProjectBoonville, MissouriUniversity of Missouri ExtensionUniversity Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  2. 2. The Community – Boonville, Mo.• Established in 1817, Incorporated in 1839• 400+ Sites on the National Register of Historic Places• Agriculture/Manufacturing/ Tourism• Median HH Inc. $36,625• National HH Inc. $51,914• ’06-’10 Loss of 15.2% Jobs
  3. 3. The Problem - Kemper• Established in 1844• “West Point of the West” – Numerous Generals – Will Rogers – Don Tyson – James Stowers• Bankrupt in 2002• Purchased by City in 2003• Lack of Local Access to Higher Education
  4. 4. The Solution46 Acres, 11 Buildings, 286,490 S.F. of Space
  5. 5. The Vision Public Meeting Spaces • Social Events • Graduation Proposed Boonslick Regional Library • Library Services Proposed Private Student Housing • Affordable Housing Boonslick Heartland YMCA (Existing) • Recreation Facilities
  6. 6. Access to Higher Ed
  7. 7. Meet Suzi
  8. 8. Revision with Stakeholders• Preserve the historic and values-based character of Kemper• Provide a venue for leader development, strategic thinking and innovation• Serve Boonville’s intellectual, cultural and recreational needs• Provide learning resource centers and laboratories for individual and workforce development• Serve as a model for innovation that attracts investment in the Boonville Community
  9. 9. What Happens Next?• Continue Stakeholder • Support Synergistic Dialogue: Activities: – Expansion of SFCC – Look for Opportunities • Job Training – Form CDC • Historic Preservation – Establish Support for • Health Sciences Entrepreneurism – Recruit Library – Find “Sweet Spot” for – Recruit Other Training Merging Historic Pres. Partners with Innovation – Recruit MU – Seek Taxpayer – Housing Opportunities Support for Activities
  10. 10. Economic Impacts• Direct (to date) – SFCC • 3 Full Time, 50 Part-Time Adjuncts – YMCA • 5 Full Time, 35 Part-Time• Indirect – Education Leveraged by Industry • Caterpillar, Nordyne, Isle of Capri – Education Leveraged by Schools • Boonslick Technical Education Center• Induced – Construction, Hospitality, Support
  11. 11. Summary• So, How Do You Fuse: – Historic Preservation – A Picturesque, but Vacant 46 Acre Campus – The Opportunity for Shared Resources• With: – “Plug and Play” Education• To Yield: – Jobs and Exceptional Economic and Community Development? …
  12. 12. …With a Team• The City of Boonville• State Fair Community College• Central Methodist College• The University of Missouri (UCIE)• The Boonslick Heartland YMCA• Boonslick Regional Library• Boonslick Area Technical Education Center• Boonville Public Schools• BNIM Architects• Septagon Construction• JC Industries
  13. 13. Questions? Questions?
  14. 14. Credits, SourcesSlide 1: Photo courtesy of the City of Boonville, Julius Udinyiwe, Hope Photo, photographerSlide 2: Photos courtesy of the Friends of Historic Boonville Statistics from:http://youreconomy.org/pages/growth.lasso?&state=MO&county=29053&year1=2006&year2=2009 http://www.missourieconomy.org/regional/index.stmSlide 3: Data courtesy of the City of Boonville, Mo. Collapse photo courtesy of the Boonville Daily News, Science lecture hall photo courtesy of Robert StinnettSlide 4: Map courtesy of BNIM Architects, Kansas City, Mo.Slide 5: Map courtesy of the City of Boonville, Mo.Slide 6: Photos courtesy of Jim GannSlide 7: Photo courtesy of Jim GannSlide 10: Trademarks copyright of their respective holdersSlide 11: Photo courtesy of the City of Boonville, Julius Udinyiwe, Hope Photo, photographer

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