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CLARENCE E.

LIGHTNER
PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER & AVERY UPCHURCH MUNICIPAL COMPLEX MASTER PLAN

December
Municipal 2, 2008
Complex Master Plan & Lightner Public Safety Center
Project Aspirations

Enhance the Readiness and Effectiveness
of Public Safety Agencies

Create a High-quality Work Environment
for City Employees

Create a Positive Image and Experience of
City Government for the Public

Create a Symbol of Sustainability for our
City and Region

Promote Livable Streets Initiative and
Enhance the Nash Square Neighborhood

Create Long-term Value for the City

Serve the Public

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Avery C. Upchurch
Municipal Complex Master Plan

Based on 2008 Downtown Space Needs Report

Consolidation of all Downtown City Government
Offices by
y 2027

Aggressive Pursuit of City’s Sustainability Initiatives

Central Utility Plant for All Future Office Buildings

Increased Emphasis on Alternative Transit Modes

Reduced Parking with Green Roof Terrace

Fulfillment of Livable Streets Initiative

Stronger Connection to Nash Square

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Hargett Street
‘Front Porch’ of the City

Active Ground Floor

Transparent Public Lobby

Pedestrian Street

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Urban Design
Active Frontages on All Four Streets

Retail Ground Floor Uses

All City Building Entrances
Facing Public Streets

Dawson Street

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Interim Facilities

Lightner Public Safety Center Site
W Hargett St

W Martin St

218 West Cabarrus Street

eville St
W Davis St

Raleigh Police Downtown District Station

Fayette
Evidence Storage
Print Shop
currently in design

ngton St
well St
staged occupancy, May - August 2009

bury St
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S McDow

S Wilmin
S Dawso

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Interim Facilities

6716 Six Forks Road Westbrook Dr
Raleigh Police Interim Police Administrative Building
currently in design
occupancy September 2009

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Phase Ia
Relocate Police Headquarters to 6716 Six Forks Rd

Relocate Police Downtown Station and Evidence Storage
to 218 W Cabarrus St

Relocate Print Shop to 218 W Cabarrus

Relocate Traffic Management to Municipal Building

Abate and Demolish Police Building

Utilities & Site Preparation for Lightner Center

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Phase Ib
Construct Lightner Public Safety Center

302,000 Square Feet

Consolidate Police, Fire, ECC,
EOC Traffic
EOC, Traffic, & IT

Hargett Street Pedestrian Improvements

Create New Frontage on Hargett Street & Nash Square

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Phase II
Construct Municipal Office Building Two

160,000 Square Feet

Consolidate Offices from One Exchange Plaza

Construct Central Utility Plant to Serve all Future Offices

Construct Parking Deck & Green Roof Garden

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Phase III
Construct Municipal Office Building Three

150,000 Square Feet

Consolidate General Government Offices

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Phase IV
Construct Municipal Office Building Four

190,000 Square Feet

Complete Consolidation of Government Offices

Construct City Council Chamber

Complete Hargett Street Frontage

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2027
Municipal Complex Completed

Consolidated City Government

3,500 Downtown City Employees

800,000 Square Feet

Reduced Parking Creates Improved
Urban Design Solution

New Vision of City Government

Reinvigorated Nash Square

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Lightner Center Program
Police Department Headquarters
Fire Department Headquarters
City Emergency Communications Center
City Emergency Operations Center
Traffic Management
Data Center FUTURE

Information Technology Consolidation
Building Operations
FUTURE
Large Assembly Hall
Public Gallery & Cafe
FUTURE

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Nash Square View
Face of City Government

Reflection of Multi-faceted City
Government & Diverse Populace

Expression of Sustainable Design
& Technology

Distinctive Top Visible Above
Park

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Project Facts
302,000 Gross Square Feet

16 Stories

LEED Gold

24/7 Operation

Highly Robust and Reliable Building
and Site Infrastructure

72 Hour Stand-Alone Emergency Operations

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Sustainable Design Summary
Design Goal: LEED Gold

Urbanism & Site Design:
Public Streetscape Engaging Nash Square
Minimal Footprint
Reuse of a Previously Developed Site
Utilizing Existing Infrastructure & Transit
Bicycle Racks & Showers
Bio-Retention Rain Garden CLARENCE E. LIGHTNER
PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER

Low Maintenance Plant Materials
Water:
Rainwater Collection & Re-use
Minimize Potable Water Use
Hybrid Cooling Towers
Low Flow Fixtures

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Sustainable Design Summary
Design with Environment:
Maximize Interior Daylighting
Sun Shades to Reduce Heat Gain & Glare
Reduced Light Pollution
Recycling & Waste Reduction:
Divert Construction Waste from Landfill
Recycled Content for Building Products
Building Occupant Recycling Program

Healthy
H lh WWorkk EEnvironment:
Low VOC Materials
Daylight & Exterior Views
Individual Control of Personal Environment:
Under-floor Air Distribution
Task Lighting

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Sustainable Design Summary
Energy:
Use of Local Materials during Construction
Maximized Use of Natural Daylight
Dimmable Lighting with Daylight Sensors
Occupancy Lighting Sensors
Under Floor Air Distribution (UFAD) System &
Chilled Beam Cooling
Photovoltaic Panels
Energy Efficient Building Systems
Energy-Efficient
Strategic Alliance with Progress Energy

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Cost Estimate Summary

Construction: Building & Site including Escalation, permits, LEED
Gold Certification, CMAR Contingency, General
Conditions and Fees, Bonds and Insurance: $168 Million

Owner’s Soft Costs: Design Fees, Contingency, Relocation and Upfit,
Direct Purchase Fixtures, Furniture and Equipment,
Commissioning, Testing, Special Inspections and
Reserve: $58 Million
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Project Total: $226 Million

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Project Schedule Update
Project Start: October 2007

City Council Concept Review: February 2008

Budget Approval: June 2008

Schematic Design Approval: December 2008

CMAR Selection: January 2009

Complete Design: November 2009

Move into Interim Spaces: Critical Path March – September 2009

Abate/Demolish Police Building: QIV 2009

Begin Construction: QII 2010

Complete Construction/Occupancy: QII – QIII 2012

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Architecture

Basement Floor Plan

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Level 1 Floor Plan

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Level 2 Floor Plan

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Level 3 Floor Plan

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Level 4 Floor Plan

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Level 5 Floor Plan

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Level 6 Floor Plan

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Level 7 Floor Plan

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Level 8 Floor Plan

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Level 9 Floor Plan

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Level 10 Floor Plan

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Level 12 Floor Plan

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GENERAL USE

Level 13 EOC Floor Plan

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Level 14 ECC Floor Plan

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Level 15 Mezzanine Floor Plan

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Roof Plan

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Screen Plan

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South Elevation Sun Shading System Example

Lobby Glazing System Examples

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East Elevation

Terracotta Rain Screen Examples

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West Elevation

Zinc Cladding Examples

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Raised Floor

Typical Office Floor Plan

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Raised Floor

Typical Office Floor Section Perspective

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Interiors

Examples of Finishes

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Construction Management Division

November 18, 2008

MEMO TO: Russell Allen,
City Manager

FROM: Wayne Baker,
City Construction Projects Administrator
Glenn Ervin
Project Engineer II
Jay Lund
Project Engineer II

SUBJECT: Agenda Item -
Clarence E. Lightner Public Safety Center

MESSAGE:

Council authorized the City Manager to proceed with the project under an interim funding plan
in order to continue design and construction of the project. Initial work program items required
to proceed and maintain optimal efficiency of consultants, staff, and a schedule moving toward
construction of the new Public Safety Center, included (a) finding temporary quarters for the
departments and services that are currently housed or affected by the demolition of the existing
municipal building, (b) providing staff support services and facilities, and (c) continuing the
design for the Center. Temporary quarters have been secured for tlle Print Shop, Traffic Signal
System Control Center, and Police Department Administrative, Detective operations, Downtown
District, and Evidence Storage to allow the existing 110 McDowell Street municipal building to
be demolished. Two sites (Cabarrus St and Six Forks Road) were acquired totaling about $10.5
million. This cost will be financed outside the CEL Public Safety Center budget and will be
offset by avoided lease costs and the return on investment by future resale of the properties.
These purchases allow for the design of the fit-up of the temporary quarters to proceed, followed
closely by the actual construction fit-up work of these spaces as a continuous process so monies
spent will be most effectively utilized. Concurrently, preliminary design services continued for
development of the Public Safety Center in order to optimize the schedule for completing the
[mal design and construction of the new Center, including significant project activities such as
the hiring of Construction Management at Risk (CMAR) services for scheduling, project
plamling and cost estimating, etc; leading to demolition; early foundation packages; timely value
management and early consideration of means and methods.
Kling Stubbins will present the Schematic Design and Budget Update at the December 2, 2008
Council Meeting. The project is still at approximately 300,000 square feet in size, sixteen stories
in height and is scheduled for completion by 2012. The budget remains at $226 million.

Recommendation: Approve the Schematic Design and authorize administration to continue
with the work of design and implementation of the project.
Construction Management Division

November 18, 2008

MEMO TO: Russell Allen,
City Manager

FROM: Wayne Baker,
City Construction Projects Administrator
Glenn Ervin
Project Engineer II
Jay Lund
Project Engineer II

SUBJECT: Agenda Item –
Clarence E. Lightner Public Safety Center

MESSAGE:

Council authorized the City Manager to proceed with the project under an interim funding plan
in order to continue design and construction of the project. Initial work program items required
to proceed and maintain optimal efficiency of consultants, staff, and a schedule moving toward
construction of the new Public Safety Center, included (a) finding temporary quarters for the
departments and services that are currently housed or affected by the demolition of the existing
municipal building, (b) providing staff support services and facilities, and (c) continuing the
design for the Center. Temporary quarters have been secured for the Print Shop, Traffic Signal
System Control Center, and Police Department Administrative, Detective operations, Downtown
District, and Evidence Storage to allow the existing 110 McDowell Street municipal building to
be demolished. Two sites (Cabarrus St and Six Forks Road) were acquired totaling about $10.5
million. This cost will be financed outside the CEL Public Safety Center budget and will be
offset by avoided lease costs and the return on investment by future resale of the properties.
These purchases allow for the design of the fit-up of the temporary quarters to proceed, followed
closely by the actual construction fit-up work of these spaces as a continuous process so monies
spent will be most effectively utilized. Concurrently, preliminary design services continued for
development of the Public Safety Center in order to optimize the schedule for completing the
final design and construction of the new Center, including significant project activities such as
the hiring of Construction Management at Risk (CMAR) services for scheduling, project
planning and cost estimating, etc; leading to demolition; early foundation packages; timely value
management and early consideration of means and methods.
Kling Stubbins will present the Schematic Design and Budget Update at the December 2, 2008
Council Meeting. The project is still at approximately 300,000 square feet in size, sixteen stories
in height and is scheduled for completion by 2012. The budget remains at $226 million.

Recommendation: Approve the Schematic Design and authorize administration to continue
with the work of design and implementation of the project.