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Lubbock Municipal Auditorium and Coliseum Presentation

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Presentation presented to the Lubbock City Council on January 25, 2018 about the Lubbock Municipal Auditorium and Coliseum.

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Lubbock Municipal Auditorium and Coliseum Presentation

  1. 1.  APRIL 27, 1943 Under the authority of H.B. 647, Chapter 185, Regular Session, the Texas Legislature authorized the Board of Directors of Texas Technological College to convey a tract of land to the City of Lubbock, not to exceed 5 acres for the purpose of a Municipal Auditorium.  NOVEMBER 20, 1945 City of Lubbock Commission Meeting, passed Ordinance #733, that a bond election be held on December 11, 1945. “Shall the City Commission of the City of Lubbock be authorized to issue bonds in an amount of $1,750,000, for the purpose of the construction, erection and equipment of a public building and auditorium to be known as the Lubbock Auditorium- Coliseum, and purchasing a site.”  TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1945 Bond Election held.  MARCH, 19, 1946 City of Lubbock Commission meeting, authorized the issuance of $300,000 of the approved $1,750,000 for the construction of the Lubbock Auditorium- Coliseum. HISTORY
  2. 2.  MAY 1, 1953 Under the authority of H.B. 478 (53rd Regular Session, amending Chapter 185, Regular Session, 1943) the Texas Legislature authorized the Board of Directors of Texas Technological College to convey a tract of land, not to exceed 7.5 acres, to the City of Lubbock for the joint purpose of an auditorium and coliseum. HISTORY  State law required that the conveyance of the land for the auditorium-coliseum must contain a reversion clause to the effect that if the City of Lubbock permanently abandoned use of the structure and tract of land for the auditorium- coliseum purposes, title to the property would revert to the College. The required reversion provision was inserted into the Deed from the College to the City, and recorded in the Deed Records of Lubbock County at Vol. 510, page 64.  AUGUST, 1953 First Operating Agreement between Texas Technological College and City of Lubbock was passed.  AUGUST, 1953 Deed signed.
  3. 3.  1954 - The City broke ground. HISTORY
  4. 4.  1956 - The Auditorium and Coliseum opened to the public. HISTORY
  5. 5. HISTORY  NOVEMBER 7, 1961 The City Charter was amended; Chapter 1, Article II, Sec. 25. Abandonment of Lubbock Municipal Auditorium-Coliseum. The City of Lubbock shall not permanently abandon the land, or buildings used and known as the Lubbock Municipal Auditorium-Coliseum, unless such abandonment is authorized by a majority vote of the qualified tax-paying voters at a general or special election held in accordance with law; provided, however, that no election shall be required prior to the sale or other disposition of fixtures, equipment, furnishings or appurtenant structures which have become obsolete or which are no longer necessary or desirable to the continued operation of such Lubbock Municipal Auditorium-Coliseum.
  6. 6.  SEPTEMBER 1, 1969 By action of the Texas State Legislature, Texas Technological College formally became Texas Tech University.  FEBRUARY 12, 1978 Amendment to the operating agreement. The amendment addressed parking issues and was effective September 1, 1978. Texas Tech University pays the City for parking privileges and the authority to control parking was given to TTU. Fees were established in the amendment. HISTORY
  7. 7.  1995 The City proposed replacing the Lubbock Municipal Coliseum with a new arena. The proposed Buddy Holly Arena was to be located next to the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center in Downtown Lubbock. A public referendum for a tax increase to build the arena failed to pass by as few as 600 votes. HISTORY  1997 Mayor’s Task Force on Civic, Entertainment, and Sports Facilities studied the separation of the Auditorium from the Coliseum, as well as the Demolition/ Salvage Issues of the Coliseum. Six options: 1. Recommend referendum to demolish the Lubbock Municipal Coliseum. 2. City of Lubbock will continue to operate the Lubbock Municipal Coliseum without Texas Tech as a primary tenant; compete with the United Spirit Arena for concerts; and seek a primary tenant (ice hockey). 3. City of Lubbock continues to operate Lubbock Municipal Coliseum without primary tenant and compete with the United Spirit Arena. 4. Limited use facility: Facility operated for events that cannot be held at the United Spirit Arena; i.e. dirt events, circus, ice shows. 5. Lease/Contract Management of Lubbock Municipal Coliseum to private or non profit corporation. 6. Deed facility to Texas Tech University.
  8. 8.  1997 The City obtained clarification by amendment of the original state law. Senate Bill 1621, stated the Coliseum could be abandoned, as long as the land was utilized for the purpose of the remaining facility, the land would not revert back to the University. The entire complex must be abandoned for the land to revert back to the University. HISTORY  OCTOBER 1999 United Spirit Arena Opens.  NOVEMBER 27, 2000 Amendment to the operating agreement. The amendment addressed parking issues and was effective January 1, 2001. New fees were established.  FORMER TENANTS 1999-2007 Lubbock Cotton Kings Ice Hockey 2006-2008 Texas Tech Ice Hockey Club 2007-2008 Lubbock Renegades Arena Football
  9. 9. Energy Agreements:  1994 Resolution No. 4433, Interlocal Agreement (Energy Agreement) between TTU and COL for construction, operation and maintenance of the Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning System in the Municipal Coliseum. COL pays TTU for chilled water. Charges established in resolution.  FEBRUARY 23, 1997 Addendum to the Energy Agreement amending various sections of Construction Agreement, Lease, and Utility Steam Purchase Agreement. ENERGY AGREEMENTS  SEPTEMBER 28, 2000 COL and TTU enter into a Memorandum of Understanding whereby TTU granted COL permission to commence construction of the infrastructure to receive and monitor the transportation of steam to the Coliseum.  2001 Resolution No. 2001-R0284, Steam Transportation Agreement. Charges established for steam.
  10. 10.  SEPT. 10, 2013 Resolution No. 2013-RO279, License Agreement for Civic Lubbock, Inc. to provide Food, Beverage and Concession Sales, Ticketing Operations and staff at the Lubbock Municipal Auditorium, Coliseum and other City venues as named in the License Agreement.  SEPT. 1, 2016 Resolution No. 2016-RO299, License Agreement for TTU to utilize the Coliseum at a fee of $3,750 per month through August 31, 2017. LICENSE AGREEMENTS  JUNE 22, 2017 Resolution No. 2017-RO228, Amendment to above License Agreement for TTU to utilize the Coliseum at a fee of $3,750 per month through December 31, 2017.  DEC. 7, 2017 Resolution No. 2017-RO463, Amendment to above License Agreement for TTU to utilize the Coliseum at a fee of $3,750 per month through June 30, 2018.
  11. 11.  OCTOBER, 1993 General Obligation Bonds Series, with $3,585,000 allocated for the Lubbock Municipal Coliseum Improvements.  Air Conditioning Completed 1996 Cost: $1.5M  Lighting Completed 1996 Cost: 116K  Seating Project Completed 1996 Cost: 229K  Roof Replacement Completed 2000 Cost: $1.7M  OCTOBER 7, 1996 Demolition Cost Study & Report Lubbock Municipal Coliseum- RTR Engineers, Inc. Consulting Structural Engineers. Total Demolition Cost $800,000. Total Maximum Salvage Value: $300,000.  SEPT. 2015 Roof Inspected by Armko, Industries Inc. Replacement Recommended. Estimate $3.3M. HISTORY OF PROJECTS & NEEDS LubbockMunicipalColiseum
  12. 12. HISTORY OF PROJECTS & NEEDS LubbockMunicipalAuditorium  Letters from tenants asking for seating replacement in 1997  Roof Repair Completed 1997 Cost: $179,000  Fire Sprinkler System Completed 2004 Cost: $292,000  2004 Bond Project $5,000,000 In 2009, $500,000 was issued for Professional Services. On June 22, 2010, proposals were received and ranged from $8,020,000 to $9,425,300.
  13. 13. The overall goal of this project was to renovate and restore the Lubbock Municipal Auditorium, making it a more viable performance venue with a particular emphasis on “patron experience” and consistent with the 2004 bond election. This project identified the needs of the facility, as listed below:  Refurbish a 50 year old facility  Renovate and update interior spaces as well as the exterior facades  Replacement of seating  Construction of new restrooms  Hallway to connect the backstage area to the front of the house  Renovation of the lobby areas  Refurbishment of the interior décor throughout the public areas of the facility.  Building guidelines and codes brought to compliance  Patron Experience  Addressing new seating  Additional restrooms to accommodate a larger number of patrons  HVAC renovations
  14. 14.  The 2004 Bond authorized $5,000,000 for Renovations and Improvements to the Lubbock Municipal Auditorium and $1,450,000 for Renovations and Improvements to the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center.  In 2009, $500,000 was issued for Municipal Auditorium Renovations (Capital Project 91194). A portion of the funds, $390,711.97, were utilized for Professional Services.  In 2010, proposals were received and the project was over budget. No further bond funds were spent on the Lubbock Municipal Auditorium.  In 2012, the remaining $6,059,288.03 was moved to Civic Center Renovations (Capital Project 91195).  The outstanding portion for the Municipal Auditorium Renovations (91194) debt is $121,867.97. This debt is scheduled through February 15, 2029.
  15. 15. FY Estimate of Capital Needs 17-18 $ 6,122,912 *The above figure does not include the established needs from the 2004 Bond Project Estimate of Total Capital Needs including the Bond Project $ 14,322,912 OUTSTANDING CAPITAL NEEDS LubbockMunicipalAuditorium and Coliseum  Coliseum Parking Lot- Asphalt repair at various spots, crack seal throughout entire parking lot, striping of parking stalls and installation of 8” concrete pavement at the north section of the parking lot. Project Estimate $873,162.  Coliseum Roof & Video Equipment- Removal and replacement of existing roofing membrane. Removal and replacement of video boards and associated equipment. Project Estimate $4,166,750.00. No funds appropriated. Earliest note is 2006 on video equipment.  Auditorium Air Handler Replacement- $663,000  Auditorium Stage Dimmer Replacement- $350,000  Auditorium Smoke Vents- $70,000 *The above work would trigger ADA compliance and building code regulations which would increase costs.
  16. 16. FY Auditorium Coliseum Total Days of Use 92-93 77 150 227 99-00 73 250 322 14-15 77 57 134 15-16 73 41 114 16-17 55 55 110 # of Events 92-93 60 102 162 99-00 36 226 262 14-15 65 25 90 15-16 62 17 79 16-17 50 14 64 Auditorium and Coliseum UsageStatistics * Includes TTU Events
  17. 17. Auditorium and Coliseum UsageStatistics FY Auditorium Coliseum Total # of Event Activities 92-93 Unknown Unknown Unknown 99-00 83 576 659 14-15 84 69 153 15-16 77 49 126 16-17 64 60 124 Attendance 92-93 70,577 308,033 378,610 99-00 72,248 292,733 364,981 14-15 85,662 43,891 129,553 15-16 92,942 44,870 137,812 16-17 84,106 38,729 122,835 * Includes TTU Events
  18. 18. Auditorium and Coliseum UsageStatistics FY Auditorium Coliseum # of Contracted Events 17-18 11 5
  19. 19. LubbockMunicipalAuditorium and Coliseum OPERATING BUDGET FY Expenses Revenues Deficit 92-93 $ 783,140 280,851 - 502,289 99-00 $ 1,207,672 459,018 - 748,654 08-09 $ 876,225.05 220,676.13 - 655,548.92 09-10 $ 909,270.56 202,676.64 - 706,593.92 10-11 $ 853,938.59 180,690.93 - 673,247.66 11-12 $ 936,224.47 186,961.46 - 749,263.01 12-13 $ 966,312.62 156,053.30 - 810,259.32 13-14 $ 852,555.07 122,962.62 - 729,592.45 14-15 $ 941,310.35 223,588.17 - 717,722.18 15-16 $ 834,514.64 189,108.11 - 645,406.53 16-17 $ 856,216.34 262,930.01 - 593,286.33 17-18* $ 829,095.26 200,900.00 - 628,195.26 * Adopted Budget

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