SaddlebrookJoint UseFacilityOmaha PublicSchoolsOmaha PublicLibraryCity of Omaha Parks,Recreation andPublic Property
The Saddlebrook Design Team strove from day one to               create a “joint-use facility that really works!” The exci...
The Saddlebrook Joint-Use Facility project is the result of              collaboration between the Omaha Public Schools, O...
Location:                   •14850 Laurel Avenue, Omaha, NE                   Site:                   •30 Acre Approx. Par...
BIO-Site Plan                                                       SWALEDesign                       NATIVE              ...
SaddlebrookMain Level Floor plan
SaddlebrookUpper & Lower Level Plans
SaddlebrookExterior Elevations
SaddlebrookSouth Entry
Maggie Tarelli-Falcon                                             Mtarelli-falcon@omahapubliclibrary.org                  ...
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Triple Threat to Community Connections - More info B

  1. SaddlebrookJoint UseFacilityOmaha PublicSchoolsOmaha PublicLibraryCity of Omaha Parks,Recreation andPublic Property
  2. The Saddlebrook Design Team strove from day one to create a “joint-use facility that really works!” The excitement of three groups with similar goals-- lifetime learning, reading, fitness, and community-- culminate here.The“SaddlebrookConcept” The unifying Commons space is the “Front Porch” to all partners. Functioning much like the front porch of a home, it is a welcoming place for meetings, gatherings, art, display, entry and security. The Commons supports the cooperative and integrated services within this landmark facility.
  3. The Saddlebrook Joint-Use Facility project is the result of collaboration between the Omaha Public Schools, Omaha Public Library and City of Omaha Parks and Recreation in the creation of a community-based, public- use facility.ProjectDescription The design of the Saddlebrook Joint-Use Facility represents a joining of diverse entities and services into a single, dynamic whole. This facilitates cooperation in reaching goals, teaching lessons, and shows life long learning and fitness in action. The 111,000 SF facility is organized around a central “Commons” hub, which services as the circulatory and symbolic center of the building. Views from all three entities’ administrative/ informational desks provide excellent visibility of the Commons activities and approaches. The building is scheduled to open in the Fall of 2009.
  4. Location: •14850 Laurel Avenue, Omaha, NE Site: •30 Acre Approx. Park Site •9.5 Acre Approx. Project Site within Park Boundary •(192) Parking Spaces--northSADDLEBROOK •(21) School Visitor Parking Spaces--south//////FAST FACTS Building: •111,059 SF Total Building •11,900 SF City of Omaha Public Library •67,000 SF PK-4 OPS Elementary School 700 students/ 4 unit •24,000 SF City of Omaha Community Center 17,700 SF Main Level 6,300 SF Upper Level (w/ 3-lane track) •3700 SF Commons •8250 SF of Shared Spaces Costs: •Project Budget: $22,187,562 •Contract Amount: $16,403,500 •Bid Award Date: Nov. 19, 2007 Anticipated Opening: •Fall 2009
  5. BIO-Site Plan SWALEDesign NATIVE PLAZAElements GRASSES GEOTHERMAL WELL FIELD NATIVE GRASSES OUTDOOR CLASS PLAZA STORM DETENTION Community focus: theme flowing from the park environment and “celebration of community”.
  6. SaddlebrookMain Level Floor plan
  7. SaddlebrookUpper & Lower Level Plans
  8. SaddlebrookExterior Elevations
  9. SaddlebrookSouth Entry
  10. Maggie Tarelli-Falcon Mtarelli-falcon@omahapubliclibrary.org Omaha Public Library Assistant Director 402.444-4854CONTACT US Mark Warneke mark.warneke@ops.org Omaha Public Schools Gail Formanack gail.formanack@ops.org Omaha Public Schools Buildings and Grounds Supervisor of Library Services 402. 557.2800 402. 557.2520 Kim Harman, CPRP kharman@ci.omaha.ne.us City of Omaha Parks and Recreation Acting Administrator 402.444-4854 Doug Peters, AIA Kevin Schluckebier, AIA Mike Benck dpeters@bcdm.net kschluckebier@bcdm.net mbenck@bcdm.net BCDM BCDM BCDM Design Architect Project Architect Business Development 402.384.6424 402.384.6414 402.384.6828

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