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12 19-12 ggu-year_review

  1. 1. Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming Steering Committee - End of Year Review 12.19.12
  2. 2. SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming Project Scope Scope • Assess the current and future program and facility needs of Golden Gate University • Advise on the state of existing infrastructure • Provide direction for the conceptual programming and design development for the upcoming phases of construction • Assist in the school’s efforts to foster a superior environment for its students, faculty, and staff proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 2
  3. 3. SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming Project Scope Objectives 1. Facility Utilization and Needs Analysis 2. Facility Infrastructure and Systems Assessment and Building Engineering Report (BER) 3. Review, revise, publish, and file with the City of San Francisco the Institutional Master Plan 4. Conceptual programming exercise for the University Library 5. Conceptual programming exercise for administrative and support areas of the university’s schools 6. Determine what the Lawyering Skills Program will be 7. Braden School of Taxation Signage proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 3
  4. 4. SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKThink Process 1 2 3 4 5 6 PLANNING PROTOTYPE DISCOVERY ASSESSMENT STRATEGY & DESIGN & TESTING IMPLEMENTATION Measure current Identify Define Develop content Test critical Implement conditions, refine opportunities and programmatic and specific initiatives components of project(s) according assignments, and associated benefits spatial initiatives identified in program/design to scope, schedule establish baseline based on analytic required to Strategic Master solution and refine and budget framework achieve goal Plan parameters Institutional & Usage & Relationships & User Programs User Interface Scale Strategic Goals Capacity Adjacencies Planning & New Systems Procure Performance Planning Design Concepts Project Goals & Measures Alternatives Communication Test Functional Construct Best Practices Tools Space Criteria Facility Strategy Data Review Qualitative Master Planning Technology Furnish & Equip Image & Impacts Identity Integration Data Collection Processes & Evaluate Standards & Procedures Performance Opportunity Audit Assets Metrics Areas Prototypes Refine & Program Conditions Renderings & Equipment Common Scenario Documentation Testing Repeat Conditions Modeling Database Development proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 4
  5. 5. SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming Golden Gate University Project Scope 1 2 3 4 5 6 PLANNING PROTOTYPE DISCOVERY ASSESSMENT STRATEGY & DESIGN & TESTING IMPLEMENTATION Measure current Identify Define Develop content Test critical Implement conditions, refine opportunities and programmatic and specific initiatives components of project(s) according assignments, and associated benefits spatial initiatives identified in program/design to scope, schedule establish baseline based on analytic required to Strategic Master solution and refine and budget framework achieve goal Plan parameters 1Institutional & Strategic Goals Usage & Capacity 4 Adjacencies & Relationships User Programs User Interface Scale University Library Conceptual Planning & New Systems Procure Project Goals & Performance Programming and Design Planning Design Concepts Alternatives Measures Facility Utilization and Development Communication Test Functional Construct Best Practices Needs Analysis Tools Space Criteria Facility Strategy Data Review Qualitative 5 Admin. Areas 3Institutional Support & Image and Master Planning Master Technology Furnish & Equip Impacts Identity Integration Data Collection Conceptual Plan Update Programming Processes & Evaluate Standards & Procedures Performance Opportunity 2Audit Assets Assessmentand Facility Infrastructure & Program Systems Areas & 6Conceptual Law Skills Prototypes Metrics Refine Conditions Building Engineering Report Programming Renderings & Equipment Common Scenario Documentation Testing Repeat Conditions Modeling 4DPro Database Database Development and Deployment Development Ongoing and interwoven stakeholder engagement & facilitation proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 5
  6. 6. SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming DISCOVERY Measure current conditions, refine assignments, and establish baseline proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 6
  7. 7. Discovery Achievements and Deliverables • Establish Institutional and Strategic Goals, Guiding Principles & Boundaries • Meet with users of the space and receive input • Complete a full Export, Transform, & Load (ETL) of client’s data on their space and program • Compile/Aggregate datasets into standard materials Database Space Program Coded Floor Plans proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 7
  8. 8. Discovery Project Vision Use this Phase 7 process as the catalyst to: enhance optimal well-being and productivity of students, faculty, and staff while promoting shifts in pedagogical and operational approaches, integrating the GGU community, and providing effective spaces for individuals, departments, and schools that instill pride and inspire academic and professional success. proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 8
  9. 9. Discovery Overall Project Objectives proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 9
  10. 10. Discovery Guiding Principles - University Brand and Identity • Design for the future faculty, staff, and students of GGU • Enhance and celebrate the unique specialization of GGU on Law, Taxation, Accounting, and Business education • Acknowledge and provide for the distinct needs of each and every student group/program cluster: Technology and Relationships • Maintain technology as an integral element of the learning environment • Engage in an inquiry about the relevancy of the “work anywhere” concept for GGU faculty, staff, and administration and the “learn anywhere” concept for GGU students Physical Space • Leverage the excellent physical location of GGU to maximize student attraction and retention • Understand and define pedagogical and operational goals and priorities; then use them to answer questions about physical space Above all else, focus on the needs of the students. proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 10
  11. 11. Discovery Boundaries - University • Where possible, reduce costs • Campus must be urban and proximate to Embarcadero and Montgomery BART and Muni stations, and the Transbay Terminal • Programmatic needs must be accommodated within current building envelopes • Design space for flexibility, shared use, and a feeling of openness and transparency while accommodating the need for confidentiality • Enable the facilities to accommodate a variable range of faculty, staff, and students • Provide classrooms to accommodate a range of class sizes (50 - 80 for lecture classes, an average of 22 for most, and as small as 10 for seminars) • Maintain diversity of student population • Provide space for adjunct faculty • Remain true to the criterion established in the San Francisco Remodel Plan Phases 1 through 10 proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 11
  12. 12. Discovery Guiding Principles - Objective 4: Library • Provide convenient access to University Library resources for GGU faculty, staff, students, and alumni • Optimize space for student/faculty interactions • Create a space that supports the academic life of the GGU community in a collaborative environment • Address environmental concerns • Establish I.T. and electrical infrastructure • Expand study areas (group and individual study) • Integrate with Learning Support Services to become a one-stop destination for students • Reduce the amount of square footage allocated to book storage and expand spaces for study, tutoring, and staff • Provide adequate, functional workspaces for all University Library and Learning Support Services staff proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 12
  13. 13. Discovery Guiding Principles - Objective 6: Lawyering Skills Program • Feature the Lawyering Skills Program as a distinguishing asset of the Law School • Create physical spaces that facilitate the pedagogical focus on advocacy and courtroom training, as well as provide naming opportunities • Establish the program as a source of pride that hosts competitions and events with other law schools • Leverage the physical space in support of the law school’s goal to become nationally renowned for its litigation and advocacy training • Design spaces to support interactive programs where law students receive hands-on learning • Support the concept of experiential versus lecture-based learning, and align with the law school’s pedagogical stance as a ‘practice-ready’ graduate program • House state-of-the-art technology that is being used in real courtrooms • Plan for varying uses and flexible work spaces, in particular for teams of 4-8, and groups of 16 and 25-30 • Create a realistic, simulated courtroom experience • Provide a space for informal learning, gathering, and research proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 13
  14. 14. Discovery Project Website proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 14
  15. 15. Discovery Data Collection Process Provided by GGU Additional On-site Collection • Facilities Inventory • Facilities Inventory • Room Type • Record Missing Data • SF • Classroom Assets • Scheduling Data • Qualitative Observations • Course • Enrollment • Scheduling Data • Section Capacity • Record Missing Data • Room Capacity • Personnel Data • Name • Title • Department • School • ASF proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 15
  16. 16. Discovery GOLDEN GATE UNIVERSITY GOLDEN GATE UNIVERSITY Existing Space Program 2012 FUTURE SPACE PROGRAM ASSIGNABLE UNIVERSITY 2012 FUTURE SPACE PROGRAM UNIVERSITY BACK TO MAIN BACK TO MAIN AGENO SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Current Count Future Count Future ASF Ageno School of Business 119 123 5,149 PRIVATE OFFICE 26 30 3,365 SHARED OFFICE 78 78 888 OFFICE Count ASF Room Capacity SF/Person SF OPEN WORKSTATIONS 14 14 896 41,075.5 NO DEDICATED SPACE 1 1 0 FACULTY OFFICE/WORKSTATION 92 11,556 SCHOOL TOTAL 119 123 5,149 STAFF OFFICE/WORKSTATION 336 28,970 STUDENT OFFICE/WORKSTATION 1000 0 550 PLUS Current Count Future Count Future ASF 5 PLUS Program 6 6 456 PRIVATE OFFICE 2 2 254 PROGRAM TOTAL 433 41,076 SHARED OFFICE 3 3 138 Refer to Assignable Space Program for detail. OPEN WORKSTATIONS 1 1 64 SCHOOL TOTAL 6 6 456 INSTRUCTION Count ASF Room Capacity SF/Person SF SCHOOL OF LAW Current Count Future Count Future ASF 28,058 Bar Exam Services 2 2 254 XS CLASSROOM 15 12 30 5,400 PRIVATE OFFICE 2 2 254 S CLASSROOM 25 30 13,500 Deans Office 9 9 1,010 18 PRIVATE OFFICE 6 6 818 M CLASSROOM 4 40 22.5 3,600 OPEN WORKSTATIONS 3 3 192 Graduate Law Program 12 13 1,246 L CLASSROOM 1 55 22.509090909 1,238 PRIVATE OFFICE 8 9 990 XL CLASSROOM 2 75 18 2,700 OPEN WORKSTATIONS 4 4 256 Law Admissions 17 20 556 XXL CLASSROOM 1 90 18 1,620 PRIVATE OFFICE 2 3 364 OPEN WORKSTATIONS 1 3 192 PROGRAM TOTAL 41 28,058 NO DEDICATED SPACE 14 14 0 Note: SF for Lawyering Skills Program accommodated in program. Law Career Services 14 17 794 PRIVATE OFFICE 4 4 474 OPEN WORKSTATIONS 5 5 320 LIBRARY Count ASF Room Capacity SF/Person SF NO DEDICATED SPACE 5 8 0 Law Library 25,116 Law Clinics 7 10 1,054 BOOK STORAGE 1000 0 17,752 PRIVATE OFFICE 6 9 990 4 OPEN WORKSTATIONS 1 1 64 SERVICE COUNTER 3 1000 0 895 Law Faculty Center 159 161 4,834 PRIVATE OFFICE 34 35 3,850 STUDY AREA 10 1000 0 6,469 SHARED OFFICE 60 60 600 University Library 4,871 OPEN WORKSTATIONS 5 6 384 BOOK STORAGE/BROWSING 3 1000 0 3,188 NO DEDICATED SPACE 60 60 0 Law Financial Aid 64 64 394 INDIVIDUAL STUDY 1 44 27 1,188 PRIVATE OFFICE 3 3 330 SERVICE POINT - CIRCULATION COUNTER 1 4 100 400 OPEN WORKSTATIONS 1 1 64 NO DEDICATED SPACE 60 60 0 SERVICE POINT - REFERENCE 1 2 47.5 95 Law Registrar 36 36 476 PRIVATE OFFICE 2 2 220 PROGRAM TOTAL 23 29,987 OPEN WORKSTATIONS 4 4 256 NO DEDICATED SPACE 30 30 0 Law Student Services 5 6 556 PRIVATE OFFICE 3 3 364 INTERACTION Count ASF Room Capacity SF/Person SF OPEN WORKSTATIONS 2 3 192 24,011 Library 27 27 1,362 BOOKSTORE 1000 0 1,795 PRIVATE OFFICE 4 4 474 1 OPEN WORKSTATIONS 11 11 888 BREAK ROOM 3 1000 0 495 NO DEDICATED SPACE 12 12 0 CAFE COMMONS 2 1000 0 1,637 SCHOOL TOTAL 352 365 12,536 COLLABORATIVE INTERACTION 10 1000 0 7,699 SCHOOL OF TAXATION AND ACCOUNTING Current Count Future Count Future ASF COLLABORATIVE INTERACTION - HUB 1 1000 0 3,520 School of Accounting 22 23 954 PRIVATE OFFICE 6 7 770 CONFERENCE/MEETING/GROUP STUDY 19 8 25 4,217 SHARED OFFICE 12 12 120 FACULTY LOUNGE 1 1000 0 1,853 OPEN WORKSTATIONS 1 1 64 NO DEDICATED SPACE 3 3 0 INTERVIEW ROOM 8 1000 0 830 School of Taxation 25 27 1,286 MINI-BREAK STATION 3 1000 0 450 PRIVATE OFFICE 6 8 880 SHARED OFFICE 17 17 278 STUDENT LOUNGE 3 1000 0 1,515 OPEN WORKSTATIONS 2 2 128 Law Library 1,600 School of Taxation and School of Accounting 9 10 935 CONFERENCE/MEETING/GROUP STUDY 7 8 25 1,400 PRIVATE OFFICE 4 5 615 OPEN WORKSTATIONS 5 5 320 STAFF LOUNGE 1 1000 0 200 SCHOOL TOTAL 56 60 3,175 University Library 5,400 COLLABORATIVE INTERACTION 1 160 25 4,000 UNDERGRADUATE Current Count Future Count Future ASF CONFERENCE/MEETING/GROUP STUDY 8 25 1,400 Department of Undergraduate Programs 35 39 2,145 7 PRIVATE OFFICE 11 15 1,715 67 SHARED OFFICE 12 12 174 PROGRAM TOTAL 31,011 OPEN WORKSTATIONS 4 4 256 3,916 SF in University Library. NO DEDICATED SPACE 8 8 0 Old Staff Lounges become Break Rooms. SCHOOL TOTAL 35 39 2,145 UNIVERSITY STAFF AND ADMINISTRATION Current Count Future Count Future ASF TOTAL ASSIGNABLE SF 564 130,132 Admissions Operations 8 8 696 proprietary and confidential PRIVATE OFFICE 4 4 440 OPEN WORKSTATIONS 4 4 256Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 16

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