Campus Life Master Planning

Residential Life Master Plan Student Center Master Plan Health & Recreation Master Plan

Fayetteville State University

07-17-07

Brailsford & Dunlavey

Campus Life Master Planning

Residential Life Master Plan Student Center Master Plan Health & Recreation Master Plan

Current Status

Phase 1-Analysis & Synthesis Phase 2-Programming

Phase 3-Alternatives & Evaluations
Phase 4-Recommendations
Fayetteville State University

07-17-07

Brailsford & Dunlavey

Campus Life Master Planning

Residential Life Master Plan Student Center Master Plan Health & Recreation Master Plan

Current Status

Phase 1-Analysis & Synthesis Phase 2-Programming

Phase 3-Alternatives & Evaluations
Phase 4-Recommendations
Fayetteville State University

07-17-07

Brailsford & Dunlavey

Campus Life Master Planning Residential Life Master Plan Student Center Master Plan Health & Recreation Master Plan Current Status Phase 1-Analysis & Synthesis Phase 2-Programming Phase 3-Alternatives & Evaluations Phase 4-Recommendations Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .

University Place 190 beds Bronco Hall 241 beds Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Meet Current Standards Brailsford & Dunlavey .

New Residence Hall 186 beds Honors Hall 124 beds Joyner Hall 90 beds Smith Hall 65 beds Harris Hall 90 beds Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Potential For Reinvestment Brailsford & Dunlavey .

Vance Hall 238 beds Williams Hall 48 beds Hood Hall 65 beds Bryant Hall 194 beds Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Inappropriate For Long-term Reinvestment Brailsford & Dunlavey .

Campus Life Master Planning Residential Life Master Plan Student Center Master Plan Health & Recreation Master Plan Current Status Phase 1-Analysis & Synthesis Phase 2-Programming Phase 3-Alternatives & Evaluations Phase 4-Recommendations Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .

250 Beds Traditional Junior Suites Full Suites Apartments Totals Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .800 Beds 30% Bed Capacity / Enrollment 7. Bed Capacity / Enrollment 6.100 630 / 35% 216 / 12% 234 / 13% 720 / 40% + 1.500 788 / 35% 270 / 12% 292 / 13% 900 / 40% + 2.Residential Life Master Plan Overall Program Summary Unit Types Ex.100 703 / 49% 241 / 17% 307 / 21% 190 / 13% 1.441 Beds 23% 30% Bed Capacity / Enrollment 6.

000 1.500 Hackley Honor’s Hall Joyner Hall New Residence Hall Smith Hall Totals 124 90 186 65 555 Beds 152 76 186 54 562 Beds 11.400 5.200 23.600 1.700 GSF Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .Residential Life Master Plan Renovated Building Bed Capacities Building Identification Harris Hall Existing Bed Capacity 90 Estimated Bed Additions Capacity GSF 94 4.

Campus Life Master Planning Residential Life Master Plan Student Center Master Plan Health & Recreation Master Plan Current Status Phase 1-Analysis & Synthesis Phase 2-Programming Phase 3-Alternatives & Evaluations Phase 4-Recommendations Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .

Ideal Scenario Alternative B – Renovation Scenario Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .Campus Life Master Planning Residential Life Master Plan Student Center Master Plan Health & Recreation Master Plan Current Status Phase 3-Alternatives & Evaluations Alternative A .

Campus Life Master Planning Residential Life Master Plan Student Center Master Plan Health & Recreation Master Plan Current Status Phase 3-Alternatives & Evaluations Alternative A .Ideal Scenario Alternative B – Renovation Scenario Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .

u u f f f u u u Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Alternative A – Ideal Scenario Brailsford & Dunlavey .

B A F G C E D J H I K L M N Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Alternative A – Ideal Scenario Brailsford & Dunlavey .

437 100% Design + AY 2008 Net Total % 0 543 38% 0 241 17% 0 307 21% 0 346 24% 1. 160 beds at Vance (two floors) are taken off-line. Fall 2009: Joyner Hall is renovated Vance Hall is razed and construction begins on a new 300 bed project (150 junior suite beds & 150 apartment beds).435 100% 1. Hood and Williams Halls are razed.441 100% 1. Construction on new 300 bed project. Fall 2008: Joyner Hall is renovated. Fall 2010: Renovated Joyner Hall is reopened as junior suites.Alternative A . Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .359 100% Construction Vance Hall Replacement Demolition/Construction Construction + 76 - Phasing AY 2010 AY 2011 Net Total % + Net Total % 0 465 32% (178) (178) 287 18% 76 317 22% 150 150 467 30% 0 307 21% 0 307 20% 0 346 24% 150 150 496 32% 1.437 100% Joyner Renovation Construction Design + AY 2009 Net Total % (78) (78) 465 34% 0 241 18% 0 307 23% 0 346 25% 1. Fall 2011: New 300 bed project is opened.Ideal Scenario On-Campus Beds By Room Type Traditional Junior Suites Full Suites Apartments Total Current AY 2007 Beds % + Net Total % 703 49% (160) (160) 543 38% 241 17% 0 241 17% 307 21% 0 307 21% 190 13% 156 156 346 24% 1. Construction begins on new 250 bed project (125 full suite beds & 125 apartment beds). Smith Hall is taken off-line for renovation.557 100% Smith Hall Renovation/Hood & Williams Hall Demolition Design Demolition/Construction New Project/Swing Space for Renovations Design Construction Fall 2007: University takes control of additional 156 beds at UPA.

Fall 2014: Honors Hall is renovated.703 100% + Phasing AY 2016 Net Total % 0 287 17% 0 521 31% 0 274 16% 0 621 36% 1.Alternative A .557 100% 1. New 250 bed project is opened.737 100% + AY 2015 Net Total % 0 287 17% 0 521 31% (186) (34) 274 16% 0 621 36% 1.703 100% 152 Smith Renovation Construction New Project/Swing Space Construction Design Honors Hall Renovation Construction Construction Design New Residence Hall Renovation Construction Construction Harris Hall Renovation Design Bryant Hall Replacement Design Fall 2012: Smith Hall is renovated. Fall 2015: Renovated Honors Hall is reopened. Construction on new 250 bed project. Fall 2013: Renovated Smith Hall is reopened as junior suites.737 100% + AY 2014 Net Total % 0 287 17% 0 521 30% 0 308 18% 0 621 36% 1. Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey . New Residence Hall is taken offline for renovation.Ideal Scenario On-Campus Beds By Room Type Traditional Junior Suites Full Suites Apartments Total + AY 2012 AY 2013 Net Total % + Net Total % 0 287 18% 0 287 17% 0 467 30% 54 54 521 30% 0 307 20% 125 (124) 1 308 18% 0 496 32% 125 125 621 36% 1. Fall 2016: New Residence Hall is renovated. Honors Hall is taken off-line for renovation.

Ideal Scenario Phasing Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .Alternative A .

000 $0 $436.000 $45.000 $2.41 2020/2021 ($5.000 $451.000 $454.000 $1.000 0.000 2017/2018 $100.000 $625.000 2010/2011 $103.696.114.949) $3.000 $25.327.000 $1.000 $3.750 $7.000 $0 $922.000 $364.000 $0 $8.000 $2.000 $0 $6.000 $0 $359.000 $2.850.000 $0 $711.750) ($26.169.877.000 $3.000 $6.615.000 $13.39 2019/2020 ($4.699) * Rent revenue increased @ 6% per year.239.992.000 $172.418.000 $514.000 $1.770.000 2020/2021 $100.000 2013/2014 $100.000 $1.546.000 $3.485.000 0.243) ($8.000 $430.392 $0 1.000 $0 $611.000 $0 $260.262.560.000 $2.134.000 $4.969) $1.358.812.000 $7.000 $73.253.000 $48.338.000 $0 $537.597.322.000 2007/2008 $239.000 $0 $4.646.019.000 2011/2012 $101.000. Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .000 0.545.023.608 $0 $0 $3.534.000 $6.434.312.000 $28.578.552 $1.774.007 $1.000 $1.000 $1.000 $0 $388.002.735.000 $3.302.38 2015/2016 ($2.36 2010/2011 $118.035.000 0.562.000 $0 $8.090.000 $2.261.091 4 2011/2012 1.975.612.000 $8.739.119.182.000 0.359 10 2017/2018 1.000 $9.988.093 Financials 6 2013/2014 1.795.000 $11.000 $1.654 13 2020/2021 1.000 $5.384.000 $1.000 1.167.000 $0 $431.391.608 $17.750) ($14.000 $703.854 $0 $0 $3.257 $3.750) ($21.435.Alternative A .000 $1.000 $241.43 2017/2018 ($2.504.548.000 $1.213 12 2019/2020 1.000 $0 $277.000 2015/2016 $99.504.000 $0 $310.455 3 2010/2011 1.000 $876.000 $0 $317.07 2007/2008 $17.808.000 $34.999.000 0.000 $3.183.243 $307.000 $1.000 $1.000 $0 $1.750 $9.000 $815.950.000 $86.37 2013/2014 ($2.923.862.657.000 $1.000 $5.757 $229.449) $3.095.626.031.248.243 $4.000 $4.007) ($694.000 1.000 $0 $5.000 $142.000 $3.377.988.000 $257.000 $0 $389.000 $0 $626.747.Ideal Scenario Pro Forma 0 2007/2008 Total Bed Supply Revenue Single Beds: Deluxe Single Beds: Double Beds: Staff Beds: Other Revenue: Total Revenue Expenses Personnel Supplies and Materials Current Services Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Student Financial Aid Other Total Expenses Net Operating Income Debt Service Existing Debt Service New Debt Service Debt Coverage Ratio Total Cash Flow Cash Flow after Expenditures Cumulative Cash Flow $1.807.000 $869.949) $2.000 2019/2020 $100.000 $0 $3.000 $1.000 $225.000 $125.767.000 $0 $569.257) ($3.000 $8.46 2011/2012 ($1.636.393 8 2015/2016 1.455) $1.000 $281.000 $56.750 $4.199.000 $4.

Ideal Scenario Alternative B – Renovation Scenario Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .Campus Life Master Planning Residential Life Master Plan Student Center Master Plan Health & Recreation Master Plan Current Status Phase 3-Alternatives & Evaluations Alternative A .

Williams Hall is razed.Renovation Scenario On-Campus Beds By Room Type Traditional Junior Suites Full Suites Apartments Total Current Beds % + 703 49% 241 17% 307 21% 190 13% 156 1.608 100% + AY 2011 Net Total % 0 638 40% 0 317 20% 0 307 19% 0 346 22% 1. Vance Hall Fire Systems Upgrade begins. Fall 2010: Renovated Joyner Hall is reopened as Junior Suites. at UPA. Projects will be completed over 2 or 3 summers as not to disrupt academic year operations. Smith Hall is taken off-line for renovation into office and recreation space.Alternative B .532 100% Joyner Renovation Construction Smith Hall Off-Line + AY 2009 Net Total % 0 638 42% 0 241 16% 0 307 20% 0 346 23% 1.532 100% Construction Smith Hall Off-Line Construction + 76 - Phasing AY 2010 Net Total % 0 638 40% 76 317 20% 0 307 19% 0 346 22% 1. Fall 2011: Vance Hall Fire Systems upgrade is completed.441 100% AY 2007 Net Total % (65) (65) 638 42% 0 241 16% 0 307 20% 156 346 23% 1. Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .608 100% Smith Hall Off-Line Vance Hall Fire Systems Upgrade Construction Smith Hall Off-Line Construction Williams Hall Demolition Fall 2007: University takes Fall 2008: Joyner Hall is control of additional 156 beds renovated. Fall 2009: Joyner Hall is renovated.532 100% Design Smith Hall Taken Off-Line + AY 2008 Net Total % 0 638 42% 0 241 16% 0 307 20% 0 346 23% 1.

450 100% Phasing + AY 2016 Net Total % 0 638 44% 0 317 22% 0 149 10% 0 346 24% 1.450 100% Smith Hall Off-Line Smith Hall Off-Line Smith Hall Off-Line Smith Hall Off-Line Smith Hall Off-Line Design Honors Hall Renovation Construction Construction Design New Residence Hall Renovation Construction Construction Harris Hall Renovation Design Fall 2016: New Residence Hall is renovated.Renovation Scenario On-Campus Beds By Room Type Traditional Junior Suites Full Suites Apartments Total + AY 2012 Net Total % 0 638 40% 0 317 20% 0 307 19% 0 346 22% 1.484 100% 1. renovated.484 100% + AY 2014 AY 2015 Net Total % + Net Total % 0 638 43% 0 638 44% 0 317 21% 0 317 22% 0 183 12% 152 (186) (34) 149 10% 0 346 23% 0 346 24% 1.608 100% + AY 2013 Net Total % 0 638 43% 0 317 21% (124) (124) 183 12% 0 346 23% 1. Fall 2012: Fall 2013: Honors Hall is taken Fall 2014: Honors Hall is off-line for renovation. Fall 2015: Renovated Honors Hall is reopened. Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey . New Residence Hall is taken offline for renovation.Alternative B .

Harris Hall is taken off-line for renovation.640 100% 186 Smith Hall Off-Line Smith Hall Off-Line Smith Hall Off-Line Harris Hall Renovation Construction Construction Fall 2017: Renovated New Fall 2018: Harris Hall is Residence Hall is reopened. Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey . Fall 2019: Renovated Harris Hall is reopened as junior suites. Fall 2020: New 200 bed apartment project opens.546 100% + AY 2018 Net Total % 0 548 35% 0 317 21% 0 335 22% 0 346 22% 1.546 100% + 94 FY 2019 Net Total % 0 548 33% 94 411 25% 0 335 20% 0 346 21% 1.Renovation Scenario On-Campus Beds By Room Type Traditional Junior Suites Full Suites Apartments Total + AY 2017 Net Total % (90) (90) 548 35% 0 317 21% 186 335 22% 0 346 22% 1.Alternative B .640 100% + - Phasing FY 2020 Net Total % 0 548 33% 0 411 25% 0 335 20% 0 346 21% 1. renovated.

158.000 $1.000 $3.000 $644.000 $150.000 $475.917.243) ($629.000 $30.000 2007/2008 $239.000 $5.000 $481.461.959.060 10 2017/2018 1.000 $0 $0 $3.000 $1.000 $0 $392.000 $4.000 $0 $287. Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .266 4 2011/2012 1.000 $4.000 $1.000 0.000 $0 $356.608 $105.000 $399.000 $0 $0 1.25 2017/2018 ($1.000 $0 $292.000 $208.206.881.195.757 $335.676.757) $258.000 $5.000 $3.552 $1.949) $0 $0 $3.82 2011/2012 ($90.000 $557.000 $0 $449.000 $428.319.156 Financials 12 2019/2020 1.318.328.000 $360.000 $0 $0 $3.000 $1.461.411.820.000 $3.265.063.Alternative B .000 $4.608 $1.000 0.449) $1.000 0.000 $754.000 $0 $0 $3.007) $168.000 2015/2016 $99.000 $0 $336.712.000 $177.964.000 2019/2020 $100.767.000 $0 $336.000 $3.937.750) ($6.747.000 2009/2010 $236.988.874.000 $1.000 2011/2012 $101.000 $3.000 $0 $258.622.087 $53.000 $406.545 $1.654.18 2019/2020 ($2.000 $28.000 $0 $526.000 $4.007 $388.000 $1.000 $448.000 1.000 2010/2011 $103.000 $154.000 $4.000 $3.000 $132.445.949) * Rent revenue increased @ 3% per year.000 $31.664.442.000 $1.252.000 $345.247.Renovation Scenario Pro Forma 0 2007/2008 Total Bed Supply Revenue Single Beds: Deluxe Single Beds: Double Beds: Staff Beds: Other Revenue: Total Revenue Expenses Personnel Supplies and Materials Current Services Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Student Financial Aid Other Total Expenses Net Operating Income Debt Service Existing Debt Service New Debt Service Debt Coverage Ratio Total Cash Flow Cash Flow after Expenditures Cumulative Cash Flow $1.250 $0 $0 $5.521.750 $2.274.243 $1.000 $155.93 2010/2011 ($32.000 2017/2018 $100.405.421.246.000 $3.092.750) ($2.280.000 $31.000 $510.451.190 2 2009/2010 1.190 3 2010/2011 1.750 $1.000 $4.218 8 2015/2016 1.000 $141.913 $291.000 $0 $0 $3.239.000 $35.000 $546.392 $0 1.309 $1.000 $42.000 $0 $259.000 $0 $381.000 0.011.39 2015/2016 ($682.000 $0 $295.000 $561.25 2009/2010 $70.000 $0 $269.000 $26.847.000 $0 $389.44 2007/2008 $105.000 $1.000 0.612.

Ideal Scenario Alternative B .Renovation Scenario Alternative C .Privatized New Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .Campus Life Master Planning Residential Life Master Plan Student Center Master Plan Health & Recreation Master Plan Current Status Phase 3-Alternatives & Evaluations Alternative A .

Privatized B A F G C E D Privatized J H I K L M N Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Alternative C – Privatized Brailsford & Dunlavey .

Campus Life Master Planning Residential Life Master Plan Student Center Master Plan Health & Recreation Master Plan Current Status Phase 1-Analysis & Synthesis Phase 2-Programming Phase 3-Alternatives & Evaluations Phase 4-Recommendations Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .

Campus Life Master Planning Residential Life Master Plan Student Center Master Plan Health & Recreation Master Plan Current Status Phase 1-Analysis & Synthesis Phase 2-Programming Phase 3-Alternatives & Evaluations Phase 4-Recommendations Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .

Existing Facility Audit Well maintained facility. Servery upgrades planned. Good Building Condition • General Code Compliance • Deferred Maintenance Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .

Existing Facility Audit Well maintained facility. Good Fair Building Condition • General Code Compliance • Deferred Maintenance Core & Shell Building Configuration • Floor-to-Floor Heights • Structural Frame / Column Spacing • Window Openings Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey . Servery upgrades planned.

Servery upgrades planned. Poor Building Size • Footprint Size • Overall Square Footage Existing Dining Exist.Existing Facility Audit Well maintained facility.730 ASF Exist. Non-Dining 21.800 ASF Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey . Good Fair Building Condition • General Code Compliance • Deferred Maintenance Core & Shell Building Configuration • Floor-to-Floor Heights • Structural Frame / Column Spacing • Window Openings Major additions required to meet proposed program for Student Center needs. Non-Dining 12.350 ASF 17.

Central campus location Poor Good Building Size • Footprint Size • Overall Square Footage Location Relative to Proposed Function • Vehicular / Pedestrian Access • Services Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .Existing Facility Audit Well maintained facility. Good Fair Building Condition • General Code Compliance • Deferred Maintenance Core & Shell Building Configuration • Floor-to-Floor Heights • Structural Frame / Column Spacing • Window Openings Major additions required to meet proposed program for Student Center needs. Servery upgrades planned.

Campus Life Master Planning Residential Life Master Plan Student Center Master Plan Health & Recreation Master Plan Current Status Phase 1-Analysis & Synthesis Phase 2-Programming Phase 3-Alternatives & Evaluations Phase 4-Recommendations Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .

000 3.945 .240 .000 .25 51.64.089 4.000 2.800 .138 62.000 3.750 Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .7.000 Delta ASF 12.650 Retail Student Activities / Government Student Center Admin.550 .12.10.000 2.14.25 119.000 .120 4.000 .510 41.000 680 . Offices Entertainment Auxiliary Services Student Center Common Spaces Meeting / Conference / Assembly Total ASF ASF to GSF multiplier Total GSF 4.510 .28.36.055 2.80.635 (1.000 95.000 1.240 365 11.440 1.000) (0) 60 .Student Center Master Plan Program Options Program Item Dining Services Existing Program Items ASF ASF 21.000 6.25.650 .750 .945 17.000 5.000 .20.560 1.000 18.000 1.635 .000 20.550 10.1.350 34.11.880 760 .940 9.490 54.119.148.800 .760 1.060 8.2.1.

Campus Life Master Planning Residential Life Master Plan Student Center Master Plan Health & Recreation Master Plan Current Status Phase 1-Analysis & Synthesis Phase 2-Programming Phase 3-Alternatives & Evaluations Phase 4-Recommendations Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .

no food services provided in existing facility. Option 1: All New Dining / New Location Board Dining and New Retail Dining in New Student Center Cons • Higher capital cost. doesn’t utilize existing facility • If remaining Student Center program in new facility location.Student Center Master Plan Concept Options Pros • More efficient to manage. • Existing food service can function while new dining constructed Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .

Cons • Less efficient to manage. Option 2: Split Dining Services Board Dining Remains in Existing Student Center / New Retail Dining in New Student Center Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey . utilizes existing dining facility • Existing food service can function while new dining constructed • If remaining Student Center program in new facility location. food services provided in both locations.Student Center Master Plan Existing Dining Program Options Option 1: All New Dining / New Location Board Dining and New Retail Dining in New Student Center Pros • Lower capital cost.

• • More efficient to manage. • If remaining Student Center program in new facility location. • More difficult to renovate / add new food service to existing while existing in operation. Cons • More difficult to renovate / add new food service to existing while existing in operation. Fayetteville State University Board Dining and New Retail Dining in New Student Center Option 2: Split Dining Services Board Dining Remains in Existing Student Center / New Retail Dining in New Student Center Option 3: Existing + New / Dining Existing Location Board Dining Remains in Existing Facility / New Retail Dining in Existing Facility 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey . no food services provided in new facility.Existing Dining Retail Dining Student Center Master Plan Program Options Option 1: All New Dining / New Location Pros • Lower capital cost. utilizes existing dining facility.

Student Center Master Plan Existing Dining Program Recommendation Pros • Lower capital cost. utilizes existing dining facility • Existing food service can function while new dining constructed • If remaining Student Center program in new facility location. Option 2: Split Dining Services Board Dining Remains in Existing Student Center / New Retail Dining in New Student Center Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey . Cons • Less efficient to manage. food services provided in both locations.

Upper Level 6. Lower Level 51.000 – 12.800 SF Other.Existing Facility Resources Vacant Portions of Lily Gymnasium + 10.880 SF Total Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .000 SF Existing Student Center 21.730 SF Other.350 SF Dining Services 17.000 SF Bowling 6.

000 – 12.000 SF Bowling 6.800 SF Other.Existing Facility Resources Vacant Portions of Lily Gymnasium + 10.000 SF Existing Student Center 21.350 Student Center Programs Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey . Upper Level 6. Lower Level 51.350 SF Dining Services 17.880 SF Total 21.730 SF Other.

000 – 12.800 SF Other.000 SF Bowling 6. Upper Level 6.880 SF Total 21. Lower Level 51.Existing Facility Resources Vacant Portions of Lily Gymnasium + 10.000 SF Existing Student Center 21.350 Student Center Programs 40.530 Short-term (ST) Programs ST ST Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .350 SF Dining Services 17.730 SF Other.

440 ASF to GSF multiplier Total GSF GSF to Hard Cost multiplier Hard Cost Range Hard to Project Cost multiplier Project Cost Range 1.550 .138 62.$33.089 1.Student Center Master Plan Program Options Program Item Total ASF Existing Program Items ASF ASF 54.550 Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .148.750 $225 $26.25 51.$44.10M.750 .240 .560 95.119.000 Delta ASF 41.94M.34 $36.85M 1.47M 1.25 119.80.800 .64.

000 GSF Project Cost = $13.Student Center Scenario Ideal Program = 115.6 Million Annual Operating & Debt Service Costs = $4 Million Student Fee Increase Required = $290 per semester Student Fee Increase Desired = $75 per semester What Does $75 per Semester Buy You? Program = 45.000 GSF Project Cost = $34.5 Million Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .

090 1.25 93.060 $225 $20.060 .25 24.94M.40.350) 74.240 .$27.800 .06M.122.089 (21.138 62.450 .440 Assuming Dining Services Reuse ASF to GSF multiplier Total GSF GSF to Hard Cost multiplier Hard Cost Range Hard to Project Cost multiplier Project Cost Range 1.97.34 $28.Student Center Master Plan Program Options Program Item Total ASF Existing Program Items ASF ASF 54.$36.110 Dining Services Reuse Cost Saving $8.560 95.64.119.46M 1.50.80M 19.000 Delta ASF 41.890 .860 .650 1.05M Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .

05M Student Fee Increase Desired = $75 per semester What Does $75 per Semester Buy You? Program = 45.000 GSF Project Cost = $34.000 GSF Project Cost = $13.5 Million Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .6 Million Annual Operating & Debt Service Costs = $4 Million Student Fee Increase Required = $290 per semester Dining Services Reuse Cost Saving $8.Student Center Scenario Ideal Program = 115.

650 SF (New) 115. Center Programs Fayetteville State University ST ST Possible Future Expansion of Student Center if Conference/ Ballroom deferred 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey . • Maintains existing other program until new completed. Cons • Bigger footprint for new facility Student Center Programs Health & Rec.000 SF Total Pros • Utilizes existing resources • Central campus location • Minimal disruption of existing dining during construction of new.Option 1 Existing Board Dining Services 21.350 SF (Existing) Student Center Master Planning Options New Student Center near Lilly Gym All Other Programs 93.

Center Programs Fayetteville State University ST Possible Future Expansion of Student Center if Conference/ Ballroom deferred 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey . Cons • Swing space required for existing programs until new completed.930 SF (New) Student Center Master Planning Options New Student Center near Lilly Gym All Other Programs 80. • Uses all unassigned space in existing Student Center Programs Health & Rec.000 SF Total Pros • Utilizes existing resources • Central campus location • Minimal disruption of existing dining during construction of new.Option 2 Existing Board Dining Services 21.800 – 29.350 SF (Existing) 12.720 SF (New) 115.63.850 .

21. • Uses all unassigned space in existing Student Center Programs Health & Rec.800 – 29.000 SF Total Pros • Utilizes existing resources • Central campus location • Minimal disruption of existing dining during construction of new. Cons • Swing space required for existing programs until new completed.720 SF (New) 115.930 SF (New) Student Center Master Planning Options New Student Center near Lilly Gym All Other Programs 80.350 SF (Existing) 12.63. Center Programs Fayetteville State University ST Possible Expansion of Student Center for Conference/ Ballroom 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .Option 3 Existing Board Dining Services + Ballroom Exp.850 .

Campus Life Master Planning Residential Life Master Plan Student Center Master Plan Health & Recreation Master Plan Current Status Phase 1-Analysis & Synthesis Phase 2-Programming Phase 3-Alternatives & Evaluations Phase 4-Recommendations Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .

Campus Life Master Planning Residential Life Master Plan Student Center Master Plan Health & Recreation Master Plan Current Status Phase 1-Analysis & Synthesis Phase 2-Programming Phase 3-Alternatives & Evaluations Phase 4-Recommendations Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .

Existing Facility Audit Building Condition •Shared Facilities •Inadequate Space •Schedule Conflicts Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .

Campus Life Master Planning Residential Life Master Plan Student Center Master Plan Health & Recreation Master Plan Current Status Phase 1-Analysis & Synthesis Phase 2-Programming Phase 3-Alternatives & Evaluations Phase 4-Recommendations Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .

Health & Rec. Center Plan

Program Options
Program Item Description
Health Center Sports Personal Training Classroom Space Retail

Program Range ASF
2,900 43,200 10,400 4,000 800

Program Range ASF
4,500 64,800 14,400 6,400 1,400

Rec. Center Administration Offices
Rec. Center Common Spaces

750
5,350

1,200
10,700

Support Spaces
Total ASF ASF to GSF multiplier Total GSF

2,450
69,850 1.25 87,313

3,750
107,150 1.25 133,938

Fayetteville State University

07-17-07

Brailsford & Dunlavey

Health & Rec. Center Plan

Program Options
Program Item Description
Health Center Sports (Long–term Accommodation) Personal Training Classroom Space Retail

Program Range ASF
2,900 43,200 10,400 4,000 800

Program Range ASF
4,500 64,800 14,400 6,400 1,400

Rec. Center Administration Offices
Rec. Center Common Spaces

750
5,350

1,200
10,700

Support Spaces
Total ASF ASF to GSF multiplier Total GSF

2,450
69,850 1.25 87,313

3,750
107,150 1.25 133,938

Fayetteville State University

07-17-07

Brailsford & Dunlavey

Health & Rec. Center Plan

Program Options
Program Item Description Total ASF Program Range ASF 69,850 Program Range ASF 107,150

ASF to GSF multiplier
Total GSF GSF to Hard Cost multiplier Hard Cost Range Hard to Project Cost multiplier Project Cost Range

1.25
87,313 $225 $19,645,425 1.34 $26,324,870

1.25
133,938 $225 $30,136,050 1.34 $40,382,307

Fayetteville State University

07-17-07

Brailsford & Dunlavey

6 Million Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .000 GSF Project Cost = $7.1 Million Annual Operating & Debt Service Costs = $3.000 GSF Project Cost = $27.2 Million Student Fee Increase Required = $275 per semester Student Fee Increase Desired = $75 per semester What Does $75 per Semester Buy You? Program = 25.Recreation & Health Center Scenario Ideal Program = 90.

730 SF Other.000 SF Bowling 6.880 SF Total Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .Existing Facility Resources Vacant Portions of Lily Gymnasium + 10.000 – 12. Lower Level 51.350 SF Dining Services 17.000 SF Existing Student Center 21. Upper Level 6.800 SF Other.

800 SF Other.Existing Facility Resources Vacant Portions of Lily Gymnasium + 10.350 SF Dining Services 17.000 SF Bowling 6.880 SF Total 21.730 SF Other.000 – 12.350 Student Center Programs Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey . Upper Level 6.000 SF Existing Student Center 21. Lower Level 51.

730 SF Other.000 SF Bowling 6. Center Programs Short-term (ST) Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 . Upper Level 6.880 SF Total 21.Existing Facility Resources Vacant Portions of Lily Gymnasium + 10.800 SF Other.350 SF Dining Services 17. Center use of existing Student Center not available in Student Center Option 2 Brailsford & Dunlavey 40.000 SF Existing Student Center 21.530 Health & Rec.000 – 12.350 Student Center Programs ST ST Short-term Health & Rec. Lower Level 51.

Campus Life Master Planning Residential Life Master Plan Student Center Master Plan Health & Recreation Master Plan Current Status Phase 1-Analysis & Synthesis Phase 2-Programming Phase 3-Alternatives & Evaluations Phase 4-Recommendations Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .

000 SF Existing Student Center 12. Center Master Planning Options LT ST ST 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey . program now Cons • LT location crowds Athletic Center precinct • Gym sports programs deferred Student Center Programs Health & Rec.800 – 42.000 SF (LT) Pros • Utilizes existing resources • Provides some rec.530 SF (ST) Long-term (LT) All new near Athletic Complex 87. Center Programs Fayetteville State University Health & Rec.000 – 134.Option A Short-term (ST) Reuse existing facilities Lilly Gymnasium 10.800 – 30.000 – 12.530 SF 22.

Option B Short-term (ST) Reuse existing facilities Lilly Gymnasium 10.800 – 30.000 – 134.000 SF Existing Student Center 12.000 – 12. Center Master Planning Options LT ST ST 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .530 SF (ST) Long-term (LT) All new facility in NE Sector 87.000 SF (ST) Pros • Utilizes existing resources • Provides some rec.530 SF 22. Center Programs Fayetteville State University Health & Rec. program now • LT location provides anchor for NE Sector Housing Cons • Gym sports programs deferred Student Center Programs Health & Rec.800 – 42.

Center Master Planning Options ST ST LT 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey . Student Center Programs Health & Rec. • Provides some rec.000 – 134.000 SF (ST) Pros • Utilizes existing resources. • Gym sports programs deferred.530 SF 22. to Ex. Student Center 87. program now.Option C Short-term (ST) Reuse existing facilities Lilly Gymnasium 10.000 – 12.800 – 42.800 – 30. Center Programs Fayetteville State University Health & Rec.000 SF Existing Student Center 12.530 SF ST Long-term (LT) Add. Cons • LT location blocks future conference center near Dining Services.

Option 3 / A Hybrid Student Center / Health & Rec.000 – 12.000 SF Existing Student Center 12. Center Programs Fayetteville State University LT ST ST Possible 10K Expansion of Student Center for Conference/ Ballroom Brailsford & Dunlavey 07-17-07 .000 SF (ST) Pros • Utilizes existing resources • Provides some rec. Center Master Plan Short-term (ST) Reuse ex.000 – 134.530 SF (ST) Long-term (LT) All new Health & Rec.800 – 42. facilities Lilly Gymnasium 10.530 SF 22.800 – 30. program now • LT location provides anchor for NE Sector Housing Cons • Gym sports programs deferred Student Center Programs Health & Rec. Center facility in NW Sector 87.

Center facility in NE Sector 87.800 – 30.000 SF Existing Student Center 12. Center Master Plan Short-term (ST) Reuse ex. Center Programs Fayetteville State University LT ST ST Possible 10K Expansion of Student Center for Conference/ Ballroom Brailsford & Dunlavey 07-17-07 .Option 3 / B Hybrid Student Center / Health & Rec.000 SF (ST) Pros • Utilizes existing resources • Provides some rec. facilities Lilly Gymnasium 10.000 – 12.000 – 134. program now • LT location provides anchor for NE Sector Housing Cons • Gym sports programs deferred Student Center Programs Health & Rec.530 SF (ST) Long-term (LT) All new Health & Rec.530 SF 22.800 – 42.

Campus Life Master Planning Residential Life Master Plan Student Center Master Plan Health & Recreation Master Plan Next Steps Phase 3-Alternatives & Evaluations Phase 4-Recommendations Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .

Campus Life Master Planning Residential Life Master Plan Student Center Master Plan Health & Recreation Master Plan Next Steps Phase 3-Alternatives & Evaluations / Phase 4-Recommendations Fayetteville State University 07-17-07 Brailsford & Dunlavey .

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