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HNSON C UNTY C MMUNITY C LLEGE FACILITIES MASTER PLAN BOARD MEETING October 13, 2016 1 ENGAGEMENT SCHEDULE In-Person Milestone Visit Steering Campus Interim Steering Committee Kick Off Kick Off Video Conference 1 Board of


  1. HNSON C UNTY C MMUNITY C LLEGE FACILITIES MASTER PLAN BOARD MEETING October 13, 2016 1

  2. ENGAGEMENT SCHEDULE In-Person Milestone Visit Steering Campus Interim Steering Committee Kick Off Kick Off Video Conference 1 Board of Trustees Board Interface 11/23 11/23 01/12 Steering Committee Discovery Space Needs Analysis Analysis Facilities Master Plan Steering Committee and Board Workshop Review 2 Advisory Teams 04/01 02/11 President’s Cabinet Analysis Career & Technical Education Task Force Alternatives Academic Spaces Committee Task Force Review Instructional Deans’ Council 3 Student Success & Engagement Leadership Team 04/18 Focus Groups Idea Generation Preliminary Board Vice Presidents and Division Directors Plan Workshop 4 Deans and Faculty Athletic Department 08/13 Library Services 05/09 Institutional Effectiveness / Research Refinement Board JCCC Foundation Exec. Board Action Student Senate 5 Core PM Team 10/13 Documentation NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT

  3. (Assignable Square Feet) 3

  4. [QUALITY] Provide 21st century spaces to teach, learn, study, work, collaborate Q [UTILIZATION] Improve the utilization of campus space throughout the day U [TYPE] Align facilities with college/program goals T [LOCATION] Develop appropriate programmatic adjacencies L [EXPERIENCE] Make the campus more welcoming, navigable and attractive E C [COMMUNITY] Encourage community engagement [SUSTAINABILITY] Achieve a more sustainable campus S F [FEASIBILITY] Optimize cost and implementation feasibility A [ADAPTABILITY] Maximize flexibility for future growth 4

  5. Reinforce Centers of Excellence to Support a Robust Interdisciplinary Campus • Align campus space with projected populations • Renovate the campus core • Activate the first two floors • Reinforce 21st century learning objectives • Embrace common space • Brand a new CTE (Career & Technical Education) center of excellence • Emphasize the student center as the front door and improve intuitive wayfinding • Improve connections between vehicular open space and pedestrian courtyards • Consolidate competitive athletics at campus frontage • Reinforce a new Arts N neighborhood 5

  6. HCDC HSC PA WH ITC WLB ATB GYM CSB SC COM SCI CLB GEB HCA OCB LIB RC NMOCA CC

  7. Visionary and Implementable Strategies (The sequencing of future projects does not represent priority order.) I a Establish Centers of Excellence for CTE and Arts I b Prioritize Active Learning Classrooms I c Realign Academic Resource Centers I d Enhance Campus Front Door and Wayfinding II a Activate Collaboration Spaces II b Optimize Offices II c Create Maker Spaces II d Incorporate Sustainability II e Strengthen Athletic Facilities 7

  8. I a Construct a New CTE Building and a New Arts Building Space Planning Guidelines • CTE (Combined Welding) ASF: 84,430 • Arts ASF: 19,620 1. Construct a new CTE CC building (excluding WH NMOCA welding) on existing COM OCB SC Tennis Courts PA RC LIB GEB GYM 2. Construct a new Arts SCI HSC building on the eastern 1 CLB 2 3 campus HCDC HCA CSB 3. Renovate ATB for ITC combined welding, grounds, transportation and other campus uses 4 4. Renovate and expand WLB for BNSF specialty N labs 8

  9. I b Space Planning Guidelines Strategy 1: Architectural Renovation Strategy 2: Furnishing Adjustment • • • 50% of Classrooms Target Space: Adjoining Smaller Low Target Space: Larger Low Efficiency Efficiency Classrooms Classrooms (720 – 1088 sf) • Assignable Square Feet • • (ASF)/Station: 30-34 Recommendation: Merge and Expand Recommendation: Adjust Furnishing Classroom Space and Enhance Furnishing and Operation • Number of Stations: 24-32 Stacked Floor Plans Stacked Floor Plans 9

  10. I c Option: Two Resource Centers • Current Condition: Five Resource Centers in 4 different buildings on 3 different floors • Proposed Condition: Centrally-located on the first floor of the library and the second floor of the CLB New Math & Science CLB SCI GEB LIB OCB RC CC New Achievement, Language & Writing Centers 10 Stacked Library Diagram Stacked CLB Diagram

  11. I c Option: Integrated Resource Center • Proposed Condition: Centrally-located on the first floor of the library CLB SCI GEB LIB OCB CC RC Integrated Resource Center Stacked Library Diagram 11

  12. I d Campus Wayfinding COLLEGE BLVD • Campus Gateway • Strengthen College Image at the Quivira Rd and College Blvd Intersection • Enhance the College Blvd main entrance through improved CC landscape and signage WH NMOCA • Campus Front Door COM QUIVIRA RD OCB SC PA • Reinforce Student Center as the RC LIB GEB GYM main campus front door • Maintain Carlsen Center as an SCI HSC important community front CLB door HCDC HCA CSB ATB ITC WLB Vehicular Gateway Drop Off Security Gates N Vehicular Circulation View Corridor 12 Emergency Egress

  13. I d Signage Opportunity • Location: at the corner of College Boulevard and Quivira Road • Style: consistent with the established JCCC campus character Existing Condition at the Corner of College Boulevard and Quivira Road Proposed Condition at the Corner of College Boulevard and QuiviraRoad 13

  14. I d Security Considerations • JCCC has strong security program in place • 24x7x365 onsite law enforcement professionals • Training and communication systems well in-grained in campus culture • Security camera expansion and upgrades underway, from approximately 350 cameras now to 456 cameras • Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) • South Egress Route • Security Gates at Vehicle Entrances 14

  15. I d Transform the First Floor of the Student Center N 15 Existing Student Center First Floor

  16. I d Transform the First Floor of the Student Center N 16 Existing Student Center First Floor

  17. I d Reinforce the Campus Front Door Existing Student Center Front Door 17

  18. I d Reinforce the Campus Front Door N 18 Future Student Center Front Door + Arrival

  19. II a Space Planning Guidelines Strategy 1: Open Collaboration Space Strategy 2: Enclosed Study Space • • • Target ASF: 56,130 - 80,186 Target Space: Lobby, Gathering Space Target Space: Study, Assembly, Lounge, (7%-10% of total ASF) and Wide Corridor (>10’) Meeting, and Other Surplus Space • • Recommendation: Enhance Furnishing Recommendation: Architectural and Create Alcoves/Openings for Active Renovation and Furnishing Collaboration Enhancement Enclosed Collaboration Space Stacked Floor Plans Stacked Floor Plans 19

  20. II b Activate the First Floor Current Condition of GEB building • Admin offices occupy prominent locations on the first floor • Challenged wayfinding N First Floor GEB, Existing Conditions 20 First Floor GEB, Existing Conditions

  21. II b Activate the First Floor Renovation Recommendations • Move first floor admin offices to upper floors or other buildings • Create open and transparent collaborative learning space on the first floor • Renovate the stairs to improve student experience and wayfinding N First Floor GEB 21 First Floor GEB, Future Idea

  22. II c Space Planning Guidelines Disperse Maker Spaces to Promote Collaboration • Integrate maker spaces in the new CTE and Arts buildings • Target ASF: 12,400 • Establish a community-oriented maker space on the first floor of library • High Bay Space with Adjacency to Loading is Preferable CTE ITC ATB GYM CSB SC Arts CC CLB SCI GEB LIB OCB HCA CC RC Community 22

  23. II d COLLEGE BLVD • Become a zero-waste-to- N landfill campus by 2025, (50% by 2016) • Make JCCC a 100% renewable-energy campus by 2050, (15% by 2020) CC • Reduce JCCC’s carbon WH NMOCA footprint through energy COM QUIVIRA RD OCB efficiency, renewable SC PA RC LIB GEB GYM energy deployment, carbon sequestration and effective SCI HSC CLB vehicle fleet management HCDC HCA • Reduce water use through CSB ATB conservation ITC • Develop and implement a WLB sustainable transportation • Engage the campus and community on food issues • Integrate stormwater facilities 23

  24. II e COLLEGE BLVD 1. Improve site grading 2. Relocate softball and soccer to the north, and 2 relocate track to the 3 south 4 CC 3. Construct new road and 2 WH NMOCA parking COM QUIVIRA RD OCB SC PA 1 RC 5 LIB 4. Build public restrooms GEB GYM 5. Refurbish GYM SCI HSC CLB HCDC HCA CSB ATB ITC WLB 2 N 24

  25. II e Proposed Gymnasium Refurbishments • Replace and upgrade bleachers • Reconfigure volleyball courts and add scoreboard and video screen • Enhance lighting for additional flexibility • Expand lobby by removing unused concession area and install trophy cases • New wall paint • Estimated cost of $1,320,000 25

  26. Initial Priorities 26

  27. Tier II Initiatives * Tier II priorities are more likely to be unbundled and/or phased in as funds are identified. 27

  28. WLB HCA ITC CLB CSB ATB SCI RC LIB GEB OCB HCDC NMOCA COM GYM SC HSC CC PA RC WH 28

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