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  • A NEW SEED FOR KANSAS CITY
    Climate Sustainability Center
    VISIONING WORKSHOP
  • Kansas City Parks and Recreation Department
    University of Missouri – Kansas City
    City of Kansas City, Missouri
    Economic Development Administration
    Congressman Cleaver’s Office
  • ORIGINAL VISION
    EDUCATION / JOB TRAINING
    RESEARCH
    BOTANICAL GARDEN
  • EMERGING IDEAS
    RESOURCE CENTER
    Business Incubator
    AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH FACILITY
    WORKSHOPS
    Culinary Kitchen
    Laboratories
    JOB TRAINING CENTER
    Auditorium
    Classrooms
    Convening Center
    MEETING SPACES
  • VISION
  • VISION
  • 1.What is still missing?
    2. Which ideas will most enhance, or transform existing programs?
    3. What will offer critical, new programs that are uniquely KC?
    4. What will attract the most financial support?
  • 5. Which of all these ideas will become an international draw for the best and brightest: researchers, faculty, students?
    6. Which will redefine:
    environmental science
    community health, business innovation,
    new products and services,
    urban agriculture,
    community sustainability,
    green economic development?
  • 7. And, to return to Congressman Cleaver’s dream, which of these ideas will contribute most to the Green Impact Zone and which will transform Troost to make it a primary connecting force within our community?
  • PROJECT SITE
  • PRECEDENTS
    30 PRECEDENTS
    3 EXAMPLES
    Cornwall, U.K. Chicago, IL Syracuse, NY
  • PRECEDENTS
    EDEN PROJECT
    Cornwall, U.K.
    VISION
    To promote the understanding and responsible management of the vital relationship between plants, people and resources, leading towards a sustainable future for all.
  • PRECEDENTS
    EDEN PROJECT
    Cornwall, U.K.
    March 2001
    Open to the public
    Owner
    Eden Trust [educational charity]
    Building Program
    • Multi-domed greenhouse with plants from around the world
    • Exhibition space
    • Film space
    • Workshops
    • Cafe
  • PRECEDENTS
    CHICAGO CENTER FOR GREEN TECHNOLOGY
    Chicago, Illinois
    VISION
    • To promote and advance sustainable homes, workplaces and communities to enhance the quality of urban life.
  • PRECEDENTS
    CHICAGO CENTER FOR GREEN TECHNOLOGY
    Chicago, Illinois
    1999 Established
    2003 Building completed
    Owner
    Chicago Department of Environment
    Building Program [32,000 sq. ft.]
    • Commercial use
    • Industrial
    • Assembly
  • PRECEDENTS
    SYRACUSE CENTER OF EXCELLENCE
    Syracuse, New York
    VISION
    • To create jobs and wealth in NY state through collaborations in research, development and education;
    • To earn national recognition for development of knowledge and products in environmental and energy systems for built and urban environments.
  • PRECEDENTS
    SYRACUSE CENTER OF EXCELLENCE
    Syracuse, New York
    March 5, 2010
    Building dedication
    Owner
    Syracuse University
    Building Program
    • Offices
    • Classrooms
    • Material testing laboratories
    • 60,000 square feet
  • BREAKOUT GROUPS
  • TABLE QUESTIONS
    What could a center like this contribute to your:
    • Neighborhood
    • Company
    • Institution
    • City
    • Region
  • TABLE QUESTIONS
    What could your organization contribute to vibrancy of this center?
    How do you see your organization interacting with a center like this?
  • TABLE QUESTIONS
    What would make this center uniquely Kansas City as a
    national model?
  • TABLE QUESTIONS
    1 What could a center like this contribute to your:
    Neighborhood, Company, Institution,
    City, Region
    2 What could your organization contribute to the vibrancy of this center?
    3 How do you see your organization interacting with a center like this?
    4 What would make our center uniquely Kansas City as national model?