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Steering Committee Presentation

  1. 1. STEERING COMMITTEE MEETING<br />3 May 2010<br />Kansas City Parks and Recreation Department <br />University of Missouri – Kansas City<br />City of Kansas City, Missouri<br />Economic Development Administration<br />Congressman Cleaver’s Office<br />TEAM<br />
  2. 2. Vision<br />Goals Strategies<br />
  3. 3. STAKEHOLDER INPUT<br />Building bridges<br />Strengthening connections<br />Education by emersion<br />Urban agriculture + culinary arts<br />
  4. 4. STAKEHOLDER INPUT<br />“Show me” green<br />Town and gown catalyst<br />Incubator for leaders<br />Living laboratory<br />
  5. 5. STAKEHOLDER INPUT<br />Hands-on experience; green jobs<br />Youth engagement<br />Regional outreach<br />Complement existing partners/programs<br />
  6. 6. STAKEHOLDER INPUT<br />Cutting edge research; rise to the occasion<br />Network of global sustainability centers<br />Resource center<br />Food / nutrition<br />
  7. 7. VISION<br />The Climate Sustainability Center will be A SEED to grow a thriving GREEN ECONOMYin <br />KANSAS CITY, building SYNERGIESamong <br />research, educational, entrepreneurial, labor, government and community STAKEHOLDERS.<br />
  8. 8. PROJECT GOALS<br />ENERGY<br />WATER<br />MATERIALS<br />WASTE<br />URBAN AGRICULTURE<br />TRANSPORTATION<br />PEDAGOGY<br />BEAUTY<br />HEALTH + HAPPINESS<br />
  9. 9. ENERGY<br /><ul><li>100% of energy needs from on-site renewables</li></li></ul><li>WATER<br /><ul><li>100% of water from on-site
  10. 10. 100% of building discharge and stormwater handled on-site</li></li></ul><li>MATERIALS<br /><ul><li>No “red” materials
  11. 11. Account for embodied carbon footprint
  12. 12. Only FSC /salvaged / on-site wood
  13. 13. Appropriate sourcing of resources (local first)</li></li></ul><li>WASTE<br /><ul><li>98% waste reduction</li></li></ul><li>URBAN AGRICULTURE<br /><ul><li>15% of site for food production (30,630 SF or 0.70 A)</li></li></ul><li>TRANSPORTATION<br /><ul><li>Optimize walkability
  14. 14. Optimize diversity of transportation options</li></li></ul><li>PEDAGOGY<br /><ul><li>Observable and measurable building behavior</li></li></ul><li>BEAUTY<br /><ul><li>Human delight
  15. 15. Iconic
  16. 16. Uniquely Kansas City</li></li></ul><li>HEALTH + HAPPINESS<br /><ul><li>Operable windows for air and daylight
  17. 17. Healthy indoor air quality
  18. 18. Biophilia
  19. 19. Humane scale/places</li></li></ul><li>ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY<br /><ul><li>Fundable building
  20. 20. Fundable operations and programs</li></li></ul><li>Program<br />
  21. 21. Climate Sustainability Center <br />Research<br />Education<br />Botanical<br />Garden<br />
  22. 22. BUILDING PROGRAM<br /> Net SF Gross SF<br />Research 49,500 76,200<br />Incubator/Tech. Transfer 52,000 80,000<br />Education 32,500 50,000<br />Botanical Garden 14,000 21,500<br />General 14,000 14,800<br />TOTAL 162,000 242,500<br />
  23. 23. Research<br />The center will provide educational, research and laboratory studies for the development of environmentally friendly applications and products. Research will focus on services and products for the government sector, entrepreneurial and small business development opportunities. A small business incubator will also be part of the center.<br />
  24. 24. Research Laboratory<br /><ul><li>Wet labs
  25. 25. Dry labs</li></li></ul><li>Technology Transfer<br /><ul><li>From research to marketplace
  26. 26. 4 staff offices
  27. 27. Conference rooms</li></ul>Innovation Center<br /><ul><li>Institute for Entrepreneurship & Innovation (IEI)
  28. 28. KC SourceLink
  29. 29. Small Business & Technology Development Center</li></li></ul><li>Green Tech Business Incubator<br /><ul><li>Administrative / Business Services
  30. 30. Office space
  31. 31. Conference rooms
  32. 32. Laboratory space</li></li></ul><li>Education<br />The curriculum, including classroom, laboratory and work shop programs will be established by the job providers and educational partners. The programs will provide hands-on training and employment opportunity services to students and graduates.<br />
  33. 33. Classrooms<br /><ul><li>Four 40-person classrooms
  34. 34. Highly flexible</li></li></ul><li>Public Forum<br /><ul><li>400-person public gathering
  35. 35. Non-fixed seating
  36. 36. Highly flexible</li></li></ul><li>Technology Training Office<br /><ul><li>4 staff offices
  37. 37. Conference room
  38. 38. Highly flexible</li></ul>Interactive exhibit spaces<br />Lecture style training<br />Computer training<br />
  39. 39. Decision Theater<br /><ul><li>A place to help the community make complex decisions</li></li></ul><li>Community Kitchen<br /><ul><li>Cooking suite with space for viewing, tasting and storage</li></ul>Cooking Suite<br />
  40. 40. Botanical Garden<br />A cutting edge, hands-on botanical garden and agricultural research facility which provides opportunities for scientists, students and the public to cultivate, document and tend a wide variety of plants, including plants native to the area. An anticipated focus will be on agricultural techniques and processes for farmers and related small businesses, and their relationship to Parks and Recreation Properties and programs.<br />
  41. 41. Site Programming Meeting<br /><ul><li>Scholarly but compatible with public activities
  42. 42. Off-site opportunities: Cleaver streetscape; Oxbow
  43. 43. On-site nursery
  44. 44. Use all surfaces
  45. 45. Demonstration of
  46. 46. urban condition (density)
  47. 47. nutrient-cycling </li></ul> (water, waste, plants)<br /><ul><li>Connections
  48. 48. Maintenance required</li></li></ul><li>Botanical Garden<br /><ul><li>Conservatory</li></li></ul><li>Botanical Garden<br /><ul><li>Interactive learning
  49. 49. Plant library
  50. 50. Geo-caching</li></li></ul><li>Botanical Garden<br /><ul><li>Green roofs
  51. 51. Vertical farming
  52. 52. Stormwater strategies</li></li></ul><li>Botanical Garden<br /><ul><li>Urban agriculture
  53. 53. Food forest
  54. 54. Connection to UMKC research
  55. 55. Connection to Green Impact Zone
  56. 56. Partnership with Powell Garden</li></li></ul><li>World-Class<br />
  57. 57. WORLD-CLASS FACILITY<br />RESEARCH<br />BUILDING + SITE DESIGN<br />COMMUNITY CONNECTION<br />
  58. 58. The Climate Sustainability Center meets people where they are and takes them to where they want to go.<br />A family in poverty<br />A child in the STEM program<br />A scientist studying water<br />An entrepreneur with an idea<br />
  59. 59. Early Concepts<br />
  60. 60. Scenario 1 – Cats + Dogs<br />view from northeast<br />
  61. 61. Scenario 1 – Cats + Dogs<br />view from northeast<br />
  62. 62. Scenario 1 – Cats + Dogs<br />view from west<br />
  63. 63. Scenario 1 – Cats + Dogs<br />view from west<br />
  64. 64. Scenario 1 – Cats + Dogs<br />Pros:<br /><ul><li>Good mix of street frontage/green space on Troost Ave.
  65. 65. Great solar access
  66. 66. Good scale transition between various developments in area</li></ul>Cons:<br /><ul><li>High skin-to-floor ratio
  67. 67. Limited views to surrounding context
  68. 68. Northernmost structure is not ideal solar access neighbor</li></li></ul><li>Scenario 2 – Ring<br />view from northeast<br />
  69. 69. Scenario 2 – Ring<br />view from northeast<br />
  70. 70. Scenario 2 – Ring<br />view from west<br />
  71. 71. Scenario 2 – Ring<br />view from west<br />
  72. 72. Scenario 2 – Ring<br />Pros:<br /><ul><li>Varied levels of vegetated roof
  73. 73. Directly accessible green roof
  74. 74. Terrific views in all directions
  75. 75. Garden integrated into building
  76. 76. Good solar access to planting areas
  77. 77. Good scale transition between various developments in area
  78. 78. Clear, recognizable form
  79. 79. Distance of occupiable space from substation</li></ul>Cons:<br /><ul><li>Less than ideal solar orientation
  80. 80. Troost Ave. façade not porous enough</li></li></ul><li>Scenario 3 – Existing<br />view from northeast<br />
  81. 81. Scenario 3 – Existing<br />view from northeast<br />
  82. 82. Scenario 3 – Existing<br />view from west<br />
  83. 83. Scenario 3 – Existing<br />view from west<br />
  84. 84. Scenario 3 – Existing<br />Pros:<br /><ul><li>Reuses existing building
  85. 85. Height of development increases project visibility
  86. 86. Lots of views - great for daylighting
  87. 87. Generous entry courtyard on Troost</li></ul>Cons:<br /><ul><li>Reusing existing building (4747) creates challenges:</li></ul>All parking to be located south of 48th<br />Restricted solar access to 4747<br />Upgrade existing building to high performance envelope<br />Existing building roof will not support vegetated roof<br />Structural bay spacing limits interior flexibility<br /><ul><li>Limited on green roof availability
  88. 88. Fractured exterior spaces at grade
  89. 89. High skin-to-floor ratio</li></li></ul><li>Scenario 4 – Mat<br />view from northeast<br />
  90. 90. Scenario 4 – Mat<br />view from northeast<br />
  91. 91. Scenario 4 – Mat<br />view from west<br />
  92. 92. Scenario 4 – Mat<br />view from west<br />
  93. 93. Scenario 4 – Mat<br />Pros:<br /><ul><li>Single level contiguous vegetated roof
  94. 94. Lower skin-to-floor ratio
  95. 95. Good solar access to planting areas
  96. 96. Provides high flexibility of interior space</li></ul>Cons:<br /><ul><li>Less views for building occupants
  97. 97. Less than ideal solar orientation</li></li></ul><li>Feasibility<br />
  98. 98. The best way to predict the future is to design it.<br />- Buckminster Fuller<br />
  99. 99. FUNDING<br />   <br />   <br />CAPITAL <br />OPERATING<br />[ building ] <br />[ building and programs ] <br />   <br />   <br />   <br />   <br />SOURCES<br />USES<br />SOURCES<br />USES<br />   <br />   <br />   <br />   <br />GRANTS<br />SPONSORSHIP<br />FEDERAL<br />STATE | LOCAL<br />PUBLIC FINANCE<br />DEBT | EQUITY<br />LOANS<br />PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS<br />LAND<br />CONSTRUCTION<br />FF & E<br />PRE-DEVELOPMENT<br />RENT<br />GRANTS<br />STATE<br />LOCAL<br />USER FEES<br />MICROLOANS<br />PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS<br />OPERATIONS<br />MAINTENANCE<br />PROGRAMS<br />STAFF<br />INSURANCE<br />TAXES<br />UTILITIES<br />
  100. 100. Project Schedule<br />
  101. 101. MAY<br />JUNE<br />
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  104. 104.
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  106. 106.   <br />FUNDING<br />GRANTS<br />SPONSORSHIP<br />FEDERAL<br />STATE | LOCAL<br />PUBLIC FINANCE<br />DEBT | EQUITY<br />LOANS<br />* GRANTSAmerican Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA)<br />National Science Foundation (NSF)<br />National Institutes of Health (NIH)<br />National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration<br />USDA Grants for alternative crops<br />US Small Business Administration<br />Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR)<br />Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR)<br />   <br />   <br />CAPITAL <br />OPERATING<br />[ building ] <br />[ building and programs ] <br />   <br />   <br />   <br />   <br />SOURCES<br />USES<br />SOURCES<br />USES<br />   <br />   <br />   <br />   <br />   <br />   <br />GRANTS<br />SPONSORSHIP<br />FEDERAL<br />STATE | LOCAL<br />PUBLIC FINANCE<br />DEBT | EQUITY<br />LOANS<br />LAND<br />CONSTRUCTION<br />FF & E<br />PRE-DEVELOPMENT<br />RENT<br />GRANTS<br />STATE<br />LOCAL<br />USER FEES<br />MICROLOANS<br />OPERATIONS<br />MAINTENANCE<br />PROGRAMS<br />STAFF<br />INSURANCE<br />TAXES<br />UTILITIES<br />LAND<br />CONSTRUCTION<br />FF & E<br />PRE-DEVELOPMENT<br />LAND<br />CONSTRUCTION<br />FF & E<br />PRE-DEVELOPMENT<br />*<br />*<br />* CONSTRUCTIONLEED Office Space $100 - $200<br />LEED Educational $200 - $300<br />LEED Research $300 - $500<br />

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