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  • 1. This slide show was used in a presentation to the congregation of First (Scots) Presbyterian Church in the Fall of 2008. The purpose of the presentation was to • describe the plans for the new building, • outline the expected costs, and • offer a motion to approve the plans. This edition of the slide show has been stripped of its original sound track and animation. Use the buttons below to advance the slides. Begin by clicking on the gray arrow to the immediate right of the green arrow.
  • 2. Building for Generations
  • 3.  
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  • 5.
    • General design plans (pricing set) completed last month.
    • Request for proposals were released to Hill Construction, Ruscon & Trident Construction late last month. (Ruscon did not propose) Pricing is in hand from Hill and Trident.
    • Design process will continue and final plans due to be completed by February 1 st .
  • 6. Building Snapshot
    • Building New Square Footage 21,500
    • Renovated Square Footage 10,300
    • Total New and Renovated 31,800
  • 7. Generations Project Impact on Ministry Areas
  • 8.
    • Replacement of existing chiller that serves the main sanctuary building.
    • Choir area remodeled (more than double the current size)
    • Handicapped restrooms
    • Handicapped access throughout 3 rd floor
    • 2 new offices
    Worship
  • 9. Education
    • We will go from our current 17 classrooms for all ages (most of which are inadequately small with poor lighting, few electrical outlets, poor heating and cooling and inadequate furnishings) to 29 classrooms which are age appropriate, spacious, well-equipped, handicapped accessible and flexible.
    • We will also pick up 1,800 square feet of multi-purpose assembly areas and storage facilities for our Weekday Kindergarten, Sunday School, Kirk Club and youth programs.
    • Our youth have requested that for the near future they remain in the Kirk House which they recently helped to renovate. The Kirk House will be renovated as well but when the youth need additional space, overflow space will be available in the new building
  • 10.
    • Our church facilities are used daily by congregational, community, and benevolent groups who need places to meet. We will now be able to provide flexible and comfortable meeting space for many of these active ministries.
    • Meals on Wheels Bridge Groups
    • Crisis Ministries Neighborhood Association
    • H.E.L.P. Celebration
    • Book Clubs The Shepherd’s Center
    • Bible study Prayer groups
    • All will be better accommodated and the community better served.
    Mission
  • 11.
    • At long last we will have an attractive, well-equipped Fellowship Hall with improved acoustics, lighting and sound system. The size will increase by 20%.
    • Handicapped accessible restrooms will be conveniently located and there will be improved storage for the hall’s equipment.
    • Ceilings will be increased to 12 feet.
    • The new kitchen will be a dramatic improvement over the old cramped edition which has never had a heating and cooling system, it will double in size.
    • Kitchen will be professionally designed for convenience and traffic flow, and will have all the needed amenities, appliances and storage .
    Fellowship
  • 12.
    • Our staff offices and work areas will be renovated to allow for the improved support of our various ministries.
    • Currently we have 11 dedicated offices.
    • When our project is completed, our new facilities will provide no less than 15 dedicated office spaces and a conference area for staff meetings.
    • We will also have advanced fire protection, security system and HVAC controls unlike our present space.
    Administration
  • 13. Project Overview All in cost (G-max contract) $7,200,000
    • “ All In” includes
    • FF&E
    • Kirk House ($325,000)
    • Choir area
    • Temporary facilities costs
    • Performance Bonds
    • Construction Manager (Owners Rep.)
    • Temp. HVAC
    • Construction Interest
    • Includes $560,000 in contingency
  • 14. Financial Position Generations
    • Total Project Cost $7,200,000
    • Current Pledge Total 3,670,000
    • Total Pledges Received 2,227,000
    • Interest Earned 231,000
    • Generations Expended 255,000
    • Total on Hand 2,203,000
  • 15. Looking Forward
    • Minimum Needed to Start Construction
    • (Session Mandate)
    • 1/3 in Hand
    • 1/3 in Pledges
    • 1/3 borrowed long term
    • $3,600,000 in additional pledges needed to be debt free
  • 16. Possible Schedule
    • Plans to be completed by February 1 st 2009
    • Start Construction June 1 st 2009
    • Building completed August 1 st 2010
  • 17.
    • Motion:
    • That the Church proceed with our plans for demolition, construction and renovation.
    • When 1/3 of the project maximum cost of $7.2 million is in hand;
    • When another 1/3 is pledged (to be paid over three years beginning in 2009)
    • So that the final 1/3 can be financed and retired annually as needed through the Operations budget;
    • Further that the congregation set a goal of generating another $3.6 million in pledges through 2011, which will negate the need to carry any financing long term;
    • And further, that any present or future gifts to the Generations Campaign beyond the actual cost be managed by the church Memorial Trustees and the earning used for building maintenance.