Salmon Bay Playground Committee<br /><ul><li>Lance Adams
Robin Lofstrom
Karen Fossum
Jay Dotson
Kate Banta-Green
Alexandra Immel
Lisa Crozier</li></ul>FOSB Presentation<br />June 10, 2010<br />
The district's conditional approval<br />
Project is conditionally approved subject to the following: <br /><ul><li>Form steering committee:  staff, parents, studen...
Create reasonable overall project budget/goals.</li></ul>Design steps<br /><ul><li>Competitively select a design consultan...
Consultant will need to provide a certificate of insurance.
Designer should develop two to three concepts.
District will review concepts and let us know if there are any unacceptable elements.
Steering committee presents concepts, with budget estimates to community.
Steering committee will select preferred option, based on school and community feedback.
District will review preferred option.
District must sign-off on this concept/schematic plan prior to designer proceeding with construction documents.
District will review construction documents at 50% and 95% completion.
District will provide bid documents, the format and process of which is based on the estimated size of the project.</li></...
Conditional approval (continued)<br />Equipment<br /><ul><li>Once funding is in hand for purchasing the playground equipme...
Meanwhile, you can begin to survey your school and neighborhood communities to begin to determine what types of equipment ...
Bid documents will outline insurance and bonding requirements.
Bid documents will also include safety and security requirements, such as a temporary construction fence and when contract...
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Salmon Bay Playground Committee June 10

  1. 1. Salmon Bay Playground Committee<br /><ul><li>Lance Adams
  2. 2. Robin Lofstrom
  3. 3. Karen Fossum
  4. 4. Jay Dotson
  5. 5. Kate Banta-Green
  6. 6. Alexandra Immel
  7. 7. Lisa Crozier</li></ul>FOSB Presentation<br />June 10, 2010<br />
  8. 8. The district's conditional approval<br />
  9. 9. Project is conditionally approved subject to the following: <br /><ul><li>Form steering committee: staff, parents, students, and neighbors.
  10. 10. Create reasonable overall project budget/goals.</li></ul>Design steps<br /><ul><li>Competitively select a design consultant to develop schematic and construction documents.
  11. 11. Consultant will need to provide a certificate of insurance.
  12. 12. Designer should develop two to three concepts.
  13. 13. District will review concepts and let us know if there are any unacceptable elements.
  14. 14. Steering committee presents concepts, with budget estimates to community.
  15. 15. Steering committee will select preferred option, based on school and community feedback.
  16. 16. District will review preferred option.
  17. 17. District must sign-off on this concept/schematic plan prior to designer proceeding with construction documents.
  18. 18. District will review construction documents at 50% and 95% completion.
  19. 19. District will provide bid documents, the format and process of which is based on the estimated size of the project.</li></ul>Continued on next slide<br />
  20. 20. Conditional approval (continued)<br />Equipment<br /><ul><li>Once funding is in hand for purchasing the playground equipment (e.g., under contract for grants), you may proceed with issuing a Request for Proposal for play equipment. Format and process for bidding is based on the estimated size of the project as well as the source of funding.
  21. 21. Meanwhile, you can begin to survey your school and neighborhood communities to begin to determine what types of equipment activities would complement existing playground resources at your school and in your community. </li></ul> <br />Construction<br /><ul><li>Prior to issuing an invitation to submit bids, all funding must be in hand based on architect’s estimated cost of the project (e.g., grant contracts in place, pledges committed.)
  22. 22. Bid documents will outline insurance and bonding requirements.
  23. 23. Bid documents will also include safety and security requirements, such as a temporary construction fence and when contractors may work on the playground.</li></li></ul><li>Grant sources<br />
  24. 24. City of Seattle NMF* Small & Simple matching<br />Up to $20K (a.k.a. design grant)<br />Purpose<br /><ul><li>create stronger, more connected neighborhoods and communities.
  25. 25. build a more vibrant community
  26. 26. make it clear: why do we want to do this project?
  27. 27. also make it clear: how will it benefit the public?</li></ul>Match<br /><ul><li>Physical improvements: 1:1
  28. 28. Non-physical projects (design): ½: 1</li></ul>for every $100 we raise, they will match it at $200<br /><ul><li>Volunteer labor: valued at $20/hr
  29. 29. Professional services: max. $75/hr.</li></ul>Applications are awarded based on how well you meet 100 points:<br /><ul><li>30 pts – proposed idea
  30. 30. 30 pts – neighborhood involvement/community building
  31. 31. 10 pts – outcome (how will you measure success)
  32. 32. 30 pts – project resources and readiness</li></ul>*NMF (Neighborhood Matching Fund)<br />
  33. 33. What qualifies for this design grant match?<br />Committee meeting hours $20/hr<br />Donation of space for community meetings at market rates<br />Community meetings $20/hr per participant<br />Grantwriting time $75/hour<br />Engineering time $75/hour<br />Architectural design time $75/hour<br />Printing costs<br /> and more…<br />*NMF (Neighborhood Matching Fund)<br />
  34. 34. City of Seattle NMF* Large Projects fund<br />Up to $100K<br />Purpose<br /><ul><li>provide a public benefit
  35. 35. be free and open to all members of the public
  36. 36. emphasize self-help, with project ideas initiated, planned and implemented by the neighbors and community members who will themselves be impacted by the project</li></li></ul><li>Autism Speaks & Gates PNW Community Grants<br />
  37. 37. Timing is everything<br />
  38. 38. Timing<br />
  39. 39. Survey results<br />
  40. 40. Total survey results<br />High<br />Medium<br />Low<br />
  41. 41. Would you prefer to "re-imagine" the playground, or replace it ASAP?<br /># of respondents: 78<br />
  42. 42. Is off-street parking important to you?<br /># of respondents: 78<br />
  43. 43. How much would you be willing to contribute?<br /># of respondents: 78<br />
  44. 44. Demographics<br />
  45. 45. Demographics<br />Salmon Bay School<br /><ul><li>17 kids
  46. 46. Only inclusion program for middle school kids in the district
  47. 47. Parents choose Salmon Bay because of our culture of supporting all learners</li></ul>Seattle metropolitan area<br /><ul><li>One of three major metropolitan areas with highest population of kids along the autism continuum
  48. 48. 1,000 kids come through Children’s Hospital per year</li></ul>UW Autism Treatment Center<br /><ul><li>600 kids come through this program each year
  49. 49. The center was created two years ago by a $5 million grant from Microsoft and a matching grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; Microsoft was the first company in the U.S. to cover the costs associated with ABA</li></ul>United States<br /><ul><li>In 2007, a CDC study resulted in an estimate of approximately 1 child in every 150 in the US will have an ASD.
  50. 50. A child is diagnosed with autism every 20 minutes in the US.</li></li></ul><li>Partnerships<br />
  51. 51. Partnerships<br />Possible partnerships to develop for the design phase include:<br /><ul><li>Seattle Special Education PTSA (have expressed an interest)
  52. 52. Education & Support Group for Seattle Asperger’s
  53. 53. Special Education Advisory & Advocacy Council for Seattle Schools
  54. 54. Autism Society of Washington, King County</li></li></ul><li>Local inclusive playgrounds<br />
  55. 55. City of Auburn Barrier-Free Playground<br />
  56. 56. Salmon Bay School Master Site Plan<br />

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