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This slide presentation was used to present the InterTech Technology Park plan to the Louisiana American Planning Association and to the Association of University Research Parks. The plan received the ...

This slide presentation was used to present the InterTech Technology Park plan to the Louisiana American Planning Association and to the Association of University Research Parks. The plan received the "Best Plan Award" from the Louisiana APA in 2002.

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    • PEOPLEPEOPLE  VISIONVISION PROJECTSPROJECTS PROCESSPROCESS MISSIONMISSION  Goals  Project Definition  Admin.  Objectives INFORMATIONINFORMATION  Neighborhood  Organizations  Public  Participation  Interviews  Industry  Government  University  Collect Facts  Funding CONCEPTSCONCEPTS S  Analysis  Synthesis  Strategies  Costs IDEASIDEAS TESTTEST  Private Sector  Public Review Review Review  Gov’t. PLANPLAN  Projects  Priorities  Finance  Time
    • Tools forTools for Controlling Development Impacts:Controlling Development Impacts: Reactive Proactive Ordinances & laws Regulation Advocacy Master Plans & Strategic Plans
    • GoalsGoals ConceptsConceptsFactsFacts NeedsNeeds Key IssuesKey Issues FormForm FunctionFunction EconomyEconomy TimeTime Organizing Information - CRS modelOrganizing Information - CRS model
    • InterTech Science Park Supporting New Venture Technology Development A Project of the Biomedical Research Foundation of NW Louisiana
    • InterTech Science Park… More Than Just a Place  Well-paying tech jobs for our children  Ideas that can change the world  BRF’s biggest contribution to LSUHSC biotechnology, microstructure & information technology businesses
    • InterTech Science Park Portland San Francisco Palo Alto Southern California Dallas Austin Houston Colorado Springs Chicago Birmingham Research Triangle Maryland/ Washington D.C./ Virginia New York/ New Jersey Boston Montreal New Orleans Philadelphia You don’t need an M.I.T. or Stanford
    • Barksdale AFB Shreveport Regional Airport InterTech Science Park Central Business District Downtown Airport I-220 Port of Shreveport / Bossier ProposedI-69 ProposedI-49extension Shreveport Bossier Transportation InterTech Science Park is well served by transportation Highw ay 1 Red River RailLine RailLineRail Line Rail Line
    • InterTech Partner Neighborhoods InterTech “hub and spoke” relationship to surrounding inner city neighborhoods 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 89 10 1 Queensborough 2 Lakeside & Allendale 3 Martin Luther King 4 Shreveport’s Historic Music Village 5 Stoner Hill 6 Highland and South Highland 7 Hollywood and Cedar Grove 8 Ingleside and Caddo Heights 9 Werner Park 10 Mooretown InterTech Science Park
    • Shreveport’s Historic Music Village Our Vision “A cool place for knowledge workers” …to support and nurture a dynamic, vibrant community of artists, media producers, educators and other professionals eager to employ technology to reach a global audience with entertainment products based on our deep traditions of Southern music.
    • Austin provides a model for the Shreveport-Bossier region to follow No region in the past few decades has moved as quickly into the top ranks of technology regions as Austin. The city actively cultivated its music scene as part of its high tech strategy. Richard Florida Carnegie Mellon University 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 Gross Metro Product (Billions, $Current) Austin - San Marcos, Texas Shreveport – Bossier City, La.
    • Texas Trail Technology Corridor Heritage Corridor Music Village InterTech Science Park Original Shreveport
    • Texas Trail Technology Corridor Heritage Corridor Music Village InterTech Science Park Original Shreveport
    • Doctors Hospital Northwestern School of Nursing Biomedical Research Foundation Shriner's Hospital InterTech Science Park
    • InterTech I - 20 I - 49 Kings Hwy. Claiborne Street Texas Avenue Development Area - 300 Acres Total Area - 800 acres
    • Partner Institutions and C.B.D. Adjacency InterTech Boundaries Willis Knighton Medical Center LSUHSC BTI I-20 I-49 LSUHSC Mall St. Vincent LSUHSC BTI BTI I-49 I-49 I-49 I-20 I-20 I-20C.B.D. C.B.D. C.B.D. Schumpert Medical Center Claiborne Avenue Claiborne Avenue
    • 200 Acres 120 Acres 100 Acres 170 Acres 160 Acres InterTech Development Areas 25-Year Buildout:  $500M constr.  6,000 tech jobs  $225M annual payroll  $16.5M taxes
    • InterTech Plan Guiding Principals Inventing the Future • Campus Environment • Identity – strong gateways, street corridors & edges • Range of housing choices • Mix of uses – tech clusters, urban village, commercial centers & residential neighborhoods • Compact Development Patterns – density & diversity • Alternative modes of transportation • Shared drainage detention / retention features • Shared & unobtrusive parking • Quality open space amenities & pedestrian preference • Nurture connections & collaborations
    • 400’ Master Plan Kings Highway I-49 Claiborne Highway 80 Linwood Dalzell SouthernAvenue Mansfield I-20 Linwood LSUHSC Shriners Post Office Fed Ex Proposed UPS I-49 Samford • “Vision Plan” • 20 to 25 year Redevelopment • Greater role of BRF in land assembly • Shared parking • Shared retention • LSUHSC master plan The Vision is a campus of technology commercial clusters and various character zones
    • 400’ Development Land Use Kings Highway I-49 Claiborne Highway 80 Linwood Dalzell SouthernAvenue I-20 LSUHSC Shriners Post Office Fed Ex Proposed UPS I-49 Samford Tech Commercial Hotel / Retail / Conference Residential (25+ units / acre) Live Work two & three story Buildings front streets with generous landscape or as a pedestrian oriented urban village
    • Wilkinson Street Kings Highway Shriner’s Hospital Linwood Avenue LSUHSC SamfordAve. Sunny Slope Neighborhood Plan Bolinger Street DowdellStreet • Renovate existing housing as appropriate to maintain property standards • Infill development to increase housing density as land is assembled • Prepare a redevelopment plan for this area as a future “Digital Neighborhood” Location for traffic calming or neighborhood gateway improvement Buffer landscaping and potential location for drainage detention for storm water runoff Proposed neighborhood park Neighborhood boundary W. Kirby Place Glen Oak Place WilliamAve.
    • •Existing bus routes •Proposed shuttle routes •Proposed cross-town bus route •Proposed initial bus route •Long term light rail to CBD •Bus stops and shelters •Light rail stop and bus stop •Mini transfer terminal Green space & pedestrian pathway development Public Transportation Plan Custom bus shelters are an element of defining InterTech as a Science Park Proposed shelters Kings Highway Claiborne Highway 80 Linwood Dalzell SouthernAvenue Mansfield Mall St. Vincent
    • The listed capacities for locations A.-L. are approximate and should serve as a guide for project detention design. Recommended detention capacity for a 100 year flood for drainage area 1 is 122,900 cubic yards. Recommendations for area 2 have not been developed. Drainage Detention Plan Drainage Area 1 Drainage Area 2 A BC D E F G H J K A. 6,000 cubic yards (water level 222.5, capacity to 226) B. 97,000 cubic yards (water level 200, capacity to 209) C. 12,000 cubic yards (5 ft. avg. depth) D. 4,000 cubic yards (6 ft. avg. depth) E. 10,000 cubic yards (5 ft. avg. depth) F. 3,000 cubic yards (5 ft. avg. depth) 132,000 c.y. total L Drainage Area 1 Drainage Area 2 G. 14,000 cubic yards (4 ft. avg. depth) H. 5,500 cubic yards (5 ft. avg. depth) J. 10,000 cubic yards (5 ft. avg. depth) K. 5,000 cubic yards (3 ft. avg. depth) L. 10,000 cubic yards (4 ft. avg. depth) 44,500 c.y. total Kings Highway Claiborne Highway 80 Linwood Dalzell SouthernAvenue I-49 Samford Mansfield Section 400’ Elev. 208’ Elev. 200’ NorthSouth Section Detention / Retention B
    • Existing Streetscape Pattern Parking Buildings Street Urban Village Streetscape PatternVillage Streetscape Option Buildings Streetscape Parking configuration Technology Cluster streetscape Pattern Buildings Landscape amenity Streetscape Parking configuration Service not visible from street Streetscape Concepts Cluster and village patterns: more inviting, less congested & greater development intensity
    • Signage Standards Business monument signage and street number location easily visible to traffic Business Identification Signage Planned Building Group Primary Signage
    • Site and Street Lighting Selection of site and street lighting should be an architectural design element
    • Site and Street Furniture Site and street Furniture should accommodate a variety of pedestrian needs creatively
    • Intersection Landscape
    • Utilities
    • Existing Land Use
    • Existing Zoning
    • Flood Plains
    • Potential Environmental Sites
    • Vacant Lots & Buildings
    • Property Ownership
    • Kings Hwy. Claiborne Street Texas Avenue Consolidation of City Operational Services InterTech & the City of Shreveport are working to make sites 1 & 2 available for development SouthernAvenue 1 1 2 2 3 3 11.1 Acres - Existing Transmission & Distribution Services 11.6 Acres - Existing Public Works 23.64 Acres – Proposed site for Consolidation of Operational Services Information from “Proposed Consolidation Master Plan” by Billes/ Manning Architects APC
    • Proposed Science Park District
    •          Kings Highway  Tech Center Plaza  B.T.I.  BioSpaces  Detention / Retention Pond  Tech Village Phase1: The First Ten Years
    • Phase 1: Tech Center 10-Yr Buildout Impact  19 technology buildings  180 room business conference hotel  60,000 SF support retail  200 units residential housing  Kings Highway landscaped boulevard  $175M total construction  $5M annual property, sales & occupancy tax  2,000 jobs with $76M annual payroll
    • Phased Development Strategy Phase 1 – The first 5 years – 2002 to 2007 400’ Kings Highway Claiborne Highway 80 Dalzell SouthernAvenue LSUHSC Shriners Post Office Fed Ex Samford Initial Tech Commercial Development focus Mansfield Linwood 1 2 Property acquisition during first five years Development Opportunity Infrastructure improvements during the first five years 1 2 Proposed UPS (or other InterTech Location)
    • 400’ Kings Highway Claiborne Highway 80 Linwood Dalzell SouthernAvenue LSUHSC Shriners Post Office Fed Ex Samford Mansfield Phased Development Strategy Phase 2 –The second 5 years - 2007 to 2012 Development during the second five years Property acquisition during first ten years Infrastructure improvements during the second five years 1 1Proposed UPS (or other InterTech Location) 2 2 Kings Highway improvements could be included in phase 1
    • Mansfield and Kings Highway Cluster LSUHSC Phase 1: Tech Center Plaza
    • Phase 1: Bio-Tech Imaging Bio-Tech Imaging, Inc. Manufacturing Facility – nearing completion
    • Phase 1: BioSpace 1 Proposed Louisiana Wet Lab Incubator – ongoing feasibility
    • Clean Corridor Materials, Packaging, Product & Mech. Administration Sterile Products Manufacturing Research & Development Public Entries EmployeeEntry Receiving & Shipping expansion expansion Phase 1 Pilot Sterile Manufactur’g, R&D Labs & Administration Wet Lab Incubator / Accelerator Phased Manufacturing Facility Parking Oral Solid Dose Manufacturing Campus Concept for Phased Growth of Research, Development & Manufacturing Facilities 2.27.02
    • Phase 1: Tech Village • Business Hotel, Retail, & Residential
    • Landscape and retention pond amenities increase the number of desirable development sites Linwood and LSUHSC recurring storm water flooding – photos from April 1997
    • Bio-Tech Imaging, Inc. Manufacturing Facility Kinzie & Payne Biochemical Corp. Research Core Facility PET Imaging Center Examples of Early Successes
    • Kings HighwayProposed improvements
    • Existing Streetscape Environment Improving pedestrian safety and amenities will improve the marketability of InterTech
    • Mansfield to Hearne Linwood to Mansfield Samford to Linwood Kings Highway - Proposed Improvements
    • East Gateway I-49 and Kings highway
    • Gateway at I-49 and Kings Highway
    • m m s h Kings Highway – Streetscape Section Boulevard Plan Paver crosswalks Landscaped median Pedestrian scale lighting – 150’ spacing Street Lighting in median – 150‘ spacing Wide walks (15’ to 20’) at intense development Landscaping and pedestrian amenities at intersections Paver or patterned concrete intersections Custom traffic signals and public signage
    • Kings Highway streetscape standards from I-49 to Linwood
    • Section Streetscape Plan Custom Bus shelters Landscape – street trees scheduled for primary and secondary corridors- spacing and groupings vary- trees located behind business signage zone Pedestrian scale lighting – 150’ spacing Business signage location zone- See sample sign standard Street Lighting– 150‘ spacing 5 to 6’ wide walks at campus cluster development Landscaping and pedestrian amenities at intersections Paver or patterned concrete intersections Custom traffic signals and public signage m m s h Kings Highway – Streetscape
    • Kings Highway Proposed Improvements
    • I-49 Shriner’s Hospital LSUHSC Suggested development intensity Proposed drainage improvements m m s h Kings Highway I-49 to Linwood Proposed improvements Morgan, Hill, Sutton, & Mitchell 1-10-01
    • 2.20.03 KingsPlaceA Mixed-Use Development Project
    • Organizational Structure Biomedical Research Foundation InterTech Science Park Corporation  Non-profit subsidiary  Board of Directors ( 8 – 10 members )  Project Development  Architectural Controls & Plan Review  Financing & Fundraising  Housing & Neighborhood Improvements  Education & Workforce Development Suggested Committees V.P. Planning & Development / Director of InterTech  Business & Company Development
    • “ The future is something we create”