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  • Nate: We align the built environment with our clients’ goals and objectives \nthrough an integrated process of Research, Strategy Formulation, Design & Implementation.\nFull picture analytics: architecture, user/culture, environment\ntemporal element is critical\nfinancial implications\nvalue driven\n\n
  • Chloé\nAs we go through our presentation and the open conversation at the end, we will emphasize these seven strengths, which we believe are key to GGU’s ability to achieve not only its stated objectives, but to also take the fullest advantage of this great opportunity to reassess and chart the future course for the University.\n\nBriefly touch on each point:\nour process is additive\nwe strive to support organizations in achieving their greatest potential - top down approach based on leadership’s objectives\nwe care about the end-user’s experience - students, teachers, faculty. we immerse ourselves in your culture and create an inclusive process throughout - bottom up approach\ndata-driven analytics is core to our work\nproven architects and designers with special skills updating brutalist concrete structures\ninterdisciplinary team of strategists, planners, business people, and designers ideally suited to approach the five GGU objectives\nultimately, our strategic methods deliver information that allows the university to make big decisions with confidence and perhaps even go in a new direction\n\n
  • chloe\n30,000 ft view\nwe have a trusted process we use for all of our projects\nas we work through this presentation, we will go through each of the relevant phases with you\nacross the top, you can see the six steps of the process\nalong the side are the holistic, integrated set of priorities we keep at the forefront throughout the entire process. we realize that our work has the potential to be a positive influence on not only the built forms and the user experience, but also how an institution functions, how its culture evolves, the efficacy of day to day operations, the ultimate sustainability of functions, from an environmental and a financial standpoint.\n\n\n
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  • \nThey are seen as socializing spaces rather than study spaces, which may be why they are used less -- students prioritize studying and eating over hanging out!\n
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  • 5/14/12 University Library Kick-off

    1. 1. Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming 05.14.12 Objective 4: University Library Kick-Off Meeting
    2. 2. May 14th Meeting Agenda Objective 4: University Library Kick-Off Meeting Meet MKThink GGU Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming Objectives Overview and Progress-to-Date Project Timeline Communications and Stakeholder Engagement Strategy Strategic Guidance Review Existing Conditions Report Inventory Observations and Qualitative Investigation Utilization and Occupancy Report Open Discussion and Strategic Guidance Workshop proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 2
    3. 3. May 14th Meeting Agenda Objective 4: University Library Kick-Off Meeting Meet MKThink GGU Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming Objectives Overview and Progress-to-Date Project Timeline Communications and Stakeholder Engagement Strategy Strategic Guidance Review Existing Conditions Report Inventory Observations and Qualitative Investigation Utilization and Occupancy Report Utilization and Occupancy Report Open Discussion and Strategic Guidance Workshop proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 3
    4. 4. MKThink = Full Spectrum Analytics and Planning in 4 Dimensions user TIME architecture environment proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 3
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    6. 6. May 14th Meeting Agenda Objective 4: University Library Kick-Off Meeting Meet MKThink GGU Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming Objectives Overview and Progress-to-Date Project Timeline Communications and Stakeholder Engagement Strategy Strategic Guidance Review Existing Conditions Report Inventory Observations and Qualitative Investigation Utilization and Occupancy Report Utilization and Occupancy Report Discussion and Next Steps proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 6
    7. 7. GGU Scope: Phase 7 - Master Planning & Programming, Objectives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verall Progress-to-Date !"#$%&(#$)*+#%% D+*-# University Library Conceptual >-*.8%2% >$/5#+(%F/*-"%2% >#$)/$7*+# Programming and Design >-*.8% ?#".8%6/+#1(" • Finalized project contract I#H%D9"(#7"%% >$/+<$# 3-(#$*(.A#"% Development B#*"<$#" Facility Utilization and 6/77<.+*(./% • Created project plan =#"(%E<+(./*-% 6/"($<+( G#"(%>$*+(.+#"%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Needs Analysis D1*+#%6$.(#$.*% ?*(*%,#A.#H E*+.-.(9%D($*(#89 =//-" • Assembled GGU Steering Committee @<*-.(*(.A#% 5 Admin. and &7*8#%2% 3Institutional B*"(#$%>-*.8 =#+0/-/89% Defined Guiding Principles and • E<$."0%2%:;<.1%% &71*+(" Support Areas &4#(.(9% Master &(#8$*(./% ?*(*%6/--#+(./ Conceptual Plan Update Boundaries to direct all efforts Programming >$/+#""#"%2 :A*-<*(# C11/$(<.(9% D(*4*$4"%2% >$/+#4<$#" • Developed a community engagement >#$)/$7*+#% 23<4.(%3""#("% Facility Infrastructure and 3$#*" 6 Conceptual Law Skills >$/(/(91#" B#($.+"% ,#).# 2%>$/8$*7% Systems Assessment & 6/4.(./" and stakeholder facilitation strategy Building Engineering Report Programming ,#4#$.8"%2% :;<.17#(% 6/77/% D+#*$./% ?/+<7#(*(./ =#"(.8 ,#1#*( 6/4.(./" B/4#-.8% 4DPro ?*(*J*"#% Database Development and Deployment ?#A#-/17#( Ongoing and interwoven stakeholder engagement & facilitation FEB. - APRIL - JUNE - JULY - DEC. JUNE JULY AUG.2012 SCHEDULE proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 7
    8. 8. Objectives Overview and Progress-to-Date Objective 1: Facility Utilization and Needs Analysis1 4 • Facility utilization and needs analysis University Library Conceptual • Update and publish floor plans that reflect current Programming and Design Facility Utilization and Development occupancy-utilization Needs Analysis • Publish a report that reflects current space use 5 Admin. and 3Institutional and projected space needs Support Areas Master Conceptual Plan Update • Include projections 2, 5, and 10 years into the Programming future2 Facility Infrastructure and 6 Conceptual LSC - MC Systems Assessment & Building Engineering Report Programming proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 8
    9. 9. Objectives Overview and Progress-to-Date Objective 1: Facility Utilization and Needs AnalysisProgress-to-Date • Reviewed institutional and strategic goals and objectives - would like to hear Boards perspective 70 65 60 on these 55 50 45 • Collected and reviewed relevant data (including 40 35 30 spatial, programmatic, scheduling, operational, 25 20 15 organizational, and economic information) 10 5 • Developed a database to house, catalog, and B-5 P-90 1331 2201 2202 2203 2310 2321 3200 3201 3203 3205 3208 3209 3211 3214 3216 3316 3317 3320 3321 3323 3324 4200 4203 4206 4208 4212 4214 4216 4218 4220 4225 4227 5200 5203 5205 5207 5210 5212 5215 5216 5222 5224 5309 5310 5311 5312 6203 6208 6209 6211 6224 526 546 synthesize the data and information • Spent time on campus observing, counting, and conducting informal interviews • Completed the Existing Conditions Assessment: • Inventory • Utilization • Occupancy • Created a plan for surveying the GGU community; will launch the first round of the survey in June • Defined a streamlined plan for obtaining future needs projections proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 9
    10. 10. Objectives Overview Objective 4: University Library Conceptual Programming and Design Development1 4 • Conceptual programming exercise for the University Library Conceptual University Library Programming and Design Facility Utilization and Development • Publish the Conceptual Program Document and Needs Analysis renderings 5 Admin. and 3Institutional • Prepare the design documents Support Areas Master Conceptual Plan Update • Prepare the projected construction project Programming budget2 Facility Infrastructure and 6 Conceptual Law Skills • Document the timeline for completion Systems Assessment & Building Engineering Report ProgrammingProgress-to-Date • Established core team • Set kick-off meeting date for May 14th • Observed use of University Library during site visits proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 10
    11. 11. Project Timeline2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 GGU Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming Project Design & Documentation: 18 - 36 months Construction: 36 months proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 11
    12. 12. May 14th Meeting Agenda Objective 4: University Library Kick-Off Meeting Meet MKThink GGU Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming Objectives Overview and Progress-to-Date Project Timeline Communications and Stakeholder Engagement Strategy Strategic Guidance Review Existing Conditions Report Inventory Observations and Qualitative Investigation Utilization and Occupancy Report Utilization and Occupancy Report Open Discussion and Strategic Guidance Workshop proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 12
    13. 13. Strategic Guidance Review Guiding PrinciplesAbove all else, focus efforts on the needs of students 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 the unique identity of each school and program as the primary affiliation, identifier, and differentiator for students • Create a singular identity for the entire university as the cultural “whole” that is greater than the sum of its parts • Reinforce educational values and student professional development through communications and experiences • Acknowledge and provide for the distinct needs of each and every student group/ program cluster: • Full-time in-person international students of business • Part-time in-person business students (some online) • Part-time online business students (some in-person) • On-line only business students • Full-time in-person domestic students • Full-time in-person law students (day/twilight) • Part-time in-person law students (twilight/evening) proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 13
    14. 14. Strategic Guidance Review Guiding Principles Technology and Relationships • Maintain technology as an integral element of the learning environment • Embrace use of technology as a means to deliver a high-quality education and related support services to students • Be inspired by industry advances and remain at the forefront of technological innovation while minimizing the potential of technology to distract from learning • At the Ageno School of Business and elsewhere as applicable, continue to serve the student population through a blended approach, which combines in-person and online formats • 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 • Prioritize the quality of human relationships (in-person interactions) within the university; define the characteristics of a high-quality relationship • Embrace use of technology as one means to connect faculty, staff, and students proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 14
    15. 15. Strategic Guidance Review Guiding Principles 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 • Optimize the use of physical assets of the University through shared use and flexible spaces • Serve students first; then leverage physical assets as a means to enhance connections with professional associations, partner businesses, and the community at large • Consider expanding the number of hours per day students have access to secured facilities (such as group meeting and study space) proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 15
    16. 16. Strategic Guidance Review Boundaries • 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 • Plan for 2% annual growth in enrollment overall • Refer to the 3 and 5 year plans for planned change in faculty, staff, and administration • 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: • Establish and employ space standards; remain mindful of the very finite space envelope • Prioritize sensible functionality and adjacencies • Offer a collaborative environment • Instill the sense that GGU is a professional business and legal institution • Provide aesthetically pleasing designs while continuing to embrace the existing brutalist architecture • Remain mindful of timing and costs proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 16
    17. 17. May 14th Meeting Agenda Objective 4: University Library Kick-Off Meeting Meet MKThink GGU Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming Objectives Overview and Progress-to-Date Project Timeline Communications and Stakeholder Engagement Strategy Strategic Guidance Review Existing Conditions Report Inventory Observations and Qualitative Investigation Utilization and Occupancy Report Open Discussion and Strategic Guidance Workshop proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 17
    18. 18. Existing Conditions Report: Floor Plans 536 Mission Street InstructionB P 1 Office - Faculty Office - Staff Student Interaction Outdoor Library - Study Library - Book Storage Library - StaffM 2 3 User Support Building Support Circulation Informal Interaction4 5 6 proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 18
    19. 19. Existing Conditions Report: Floor Plans 40 Jessie StreetB 1 2 Instruction Office - Faculty Office - Staff Student Interaction Outdoor3 4 User Support Building Support Circulation Informal Interaction5 6 proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 19
    20. 20. PRVICE   ES M 6 CL AS SR CO OO UR T T OO MS S OU TU N LExisting Conditions Report: Movement Patterns D GE EN PR T ES ID EN TAX T C OO C AM LA M YB P R C A S S ER US NT CC- S 5 CL NG AS SR C LA O OM S S CONGESTION S R O O HEAVY  TRAFFIC M S BU S INE MODERATE  TRAFFIC SS U RA SS OO LOW  TRAFFIC N D R G LA D ER PLUS C 4 W C LA LA O S O S M R S M S CLA S SR OO MS LA LAS CONGESTION W SR LA C 3 W C LA O HEAV TRAFFIC S O S M R S O O M S MODERAT TRAFFIC LA SBA W S AS S CLROOM LA C LS IE JESS LOW TRAFFIC S W TU AS S CLROOM 2 LE AL W LA H R E L L L L L L LIIIIIII B B B B B B B R R R R R R R L N LIB AW ISSIO AR AR AR AR AR AR AR M/1 M RA Y Y Y Y Y Y Y RY TEENTE CH RP  SE RIS RVI E BU ERV CES US IC S S SII CE SG NE ES ES S A S S P/B LA BR LA BR LA BR LA BR L L LIIII L W AR W AR W AR W AR proprietary and confidential Y Y Y Y Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 20
    21. 21. Existing Conditions Report: Inventory Charts and Graphs Total Area by Room Type 240,000 235,564 SF 55 SF per Student 220,000 INSTRUCTION 737 SF per Faculty/Staff 200,000 194,436 SF 8 Library SF per Student UNIVERSITY LIBRARY 180,000 15% of Total is Library SF INSTRUCTION LAW LIBRARY 4 Interaction SF per Student 160,000 UNIVERSITY LIBRARY 7% of Total is Interaction SF INTERACTION 140,000Area (Sq Ft) FACULTY OFFICE LAW LIBRARY 120,000 STAFF OFFICE INTERACTION 100,000 FACULTY OFFICE STUDENT 80,000 USER SUPPORT STAFF OFFICE STUDENT USER SUPPORT 60,000 CIRCULATION 41,128 SF CIRCULATION 40,000 INTERACTION STAFF OFFICE 20,000 BUILDING SUPPORT USER SUPPORT BUILDING SUPPORT CIRCULATION OUTDOOR OUTDOOR 0 University Total 536 Mission St 40 Jessie St proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 21
    22. 22. Existing Conditions Report: Inventory Charts and Graphs Space inventory shows an equal amount of Instruction, Library, and Office space 240,000 235,564 SF 43,208 SF 220,000 18.4% INSTRUCTION 200,000 194,436 SF UNIVERSITY LIBRARY 40,679 SF 180,000 17.3% INSTRUCTION LAW LIBRARY 160,000 UNIVERSITY LIBRARY INTERACTION 140,000 APPROXIMATELYArea (Sq Ft) EQUAL SIZE FACULTY OFFICE LAW LIBRARY 42,943 SF 120,000 18.2% STAFF OFFICE INTERACTION 100,000 FACULTY OFFICE STUDENT 80,000 USER SUPPORT STAFF OFFICE STUDENT USER SUPPORT 60,000 CIRCULATION 41,128 SF CIRCULATION 40,000 INTERACTION STAFF OFFICE 20,000 BUILDING SUPPORT USER SUPPORT BUILDING SUPPORT CIRCULATION OUTDOOR OUTDOOR 0 University Total 536 Mission St 40 Jessie St proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 22
    23. 23. Existing Conditions Report: Inventory Charts and Graphs Program Area Percentages by Floor 536 Mission St 40 Jessie St Instruction 25000 University Library Law Library PREDOMINANTLY SIGNIFICANT AMOUNT OF LIBRARY INSTRUCTIONAL SPACE Interaction Faculty Office Staff Office 20000 Student User Support PRIMARILY OFFICE SPACE Circulation Building Support Area (Sq Ft) Outdoor 15000 Area (Sq Ft) PercentagesArea (Sq Ft) 10000 40 Jessie St 5000 B B P P 1 M 1 2M 3 2 4 35 6 4 5 6 L 1 2 3 L 4 1 5 6 2 3 4 5 6 Floor Floor proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 23
    24. 24. Existing Conditions Report: Conceptual Organizational Model GOLDEN GATE UNIVERSITY CONCEPTUAL ORGANIZATIONAL MODEL Law: Faculty Offices School of Law Law: Dean’s Offices SBA Classrooms Center for Academic and Professional Office of Student Affairs 2 Seminar 3 Lecture Rooms Services School Halls Classrooms of Law Law: Faculty Uni. Center Marketing and Advancement Communications and Alumni Services Undergraduate M Student Programs Lounge Commons Ageno School Admissions Registrar of Business 1 Customer Service Interview Student Financial Services Recruitment ETS Law Library Uni. Library 4 Law: Faculty Offices Classrooms Bookstore P Business Services & PLUS Facilities Law Career B Law Clinics Services SGA School of Accounting School of Taxation Finance 5 Human Riley Koret V.P. of Resources Conference Academic Classrooms Terrace Auditoriums Planning, Room Affairs Student Resources, Lounge & Analysis 6 ELS CyberCampus Classrooms C.F.O. President 40 Jessie 536 Mission proprietary and confidential 4/10/12 DRAFT Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 24
    25. 25. Existing Conditions Report: Observations and Qualitative Investigation Observed Use of Interaction and Study Space by Floor and Space Type throughout the day at GGU 6 5 4 Space Types 3FLOOR 2 Number of People Counted 46 1 0 31 16 −1 proprietary and confidential 8:00 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 13:00 14:00 15:00 16:00 17:00 18:00 19:00 Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming TIME OF DAY MKTHINK 25
    26. 26. Existing Conditions Report: Observations and Qualitative Investigation University Library Study Areas enjoy greater use in the afternoon and evening. 6 5 4 Space Types 3FLOOR 2 Number of People Counted 46 1 31 0 16 −1 proprietary and confidential 8:00 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 13:00 14:00 15:00 16:00 17:00 18:00 19:00 Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming TIME OF DAY MKTHINK 26
    27. 27. Existing Conditions Report: Observations and Qualitative Investigation Besides our own observations, we have data from Gilles Poitras proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 27
    28. 28. Utilization and Occupancy ReportI . U T I L I Z AT I O N Instruction Rentals/Events Increase Utilization ScenariosI I . O C C U PA N C Y Instruction Increase Occupancy ScenariosIII. ROOM CASE STUDIES Lecture Hall (2203) Classroom (3214) Classroom (5212)I V. C A P A C I T Y S C E N A R I O S proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 28
    29. 29. Utilization and Occupancy Report: Utilization U T I L I Z AT I O N - I N S T R U C T I O N proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 29

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