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LIFE SCIENCE, HEALTHCARE AND CANCER CENTER EXPERIENCE

WINDMIL THERAPEUTICS 6 AUGUST 2018


WELCOME TO

Clayco TABLE OF CONTENTS Clayco at a Glance Featured Life Science, Healthcare and Cancer Center Portfolio An Integrated Company

CRG Overview BatesForum Overview Clayco Overview Concrete Strategies Overview Ventana Overview Our Commitment

Design-Build Technology Uplift Technical Assurance Group Consolidated Distribution Company Safety Sustainability Community Inclusion


BUILDING INNOVATION ––– We didn’t get into this business with the idea of changing it. It started slowly. Day by day, project by project, it started to happen. We found that the traditional approach to designbid-build didn’t suit us. It wasn’t right for us, and it wasn’t right for our clients. As a result, our full service, turnkey approach to design and construction includes comprehensive real estate development, architecture, interior design, planning, landscape architecture, urban design, design-build construction services, and deep technical expertise. Our master planning group & design team and our design & construction management team enables us to offer more comprehensive services by providing seamless full services that focus on the “big picture” as well as attention to the detail. This gives our client a single point of contact and means that every communication is streamlined, speeding up planning and approvals to save time and money while ensuring that a client’s vision is understood in every step of the process. Unlike the competition, our integrated services also extends to financing and logistics. With an acute attention to detail and streamlined process, nothing in the construction process is left to chance. We develop a logistics plan for all projects to address staging, access, material transport, material handling and labor issues. We mitigate owner risk through our strong bonding capacity, backed by our capital resources.

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CLAYCO AT A GLANCE

34 1984

YEARS 2018

WORK SAFE CURRENT EMR LIVE SAFE 24/7

0.59

AWARDED OSHA REGION 7 VPP STAR

INSTITUTIONAL ––– Education Healthcare Life Science Government

INDUSTRIAL –––

Manufacturing Distribution Food & Beverage Aerospace & Aviation

$2.0+

2,000

BILLION

EMPLOYEES

TOTAL REVENUE IN 2017

SERVICES WE DELIVER: DEVELOP, PLAN, DESIGN AND BUILD

integrated project delivery | design-build design-assist | construction management LEED PROJECTS PLATINUM GOLD SILVER CERTIFIED

5 30 23 24

and

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LEED ACCREDITED PROFESSIONALS

COMMERCIAL ––– Corporate Mission Critical Mixed-Use Sports Complexes

RESIDENTIAL –––

High Rise Apartments & Condos Lofts Historic Renovations


FULLY INTEGRATED FACILITY DELIVERY FIRM

design-build & construction management

development

planning, architecture & interiors

concrete construction

building enclosure

drone data

digital solutions

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GEOGRAPHIC PRESENCE

Clayco has a diversified, repeat blue-chip client base, including leading Fortune 500 corporations and institutions across a wide range of markets and geographies.

NATIONAL PRESENCE

INDUSTRIAL

COMMERCIAL

IN

RESIDENTIAL THE PLAZA IN CLAYTON


INSTITUTIONAL

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INTEGRATED SERVICES

develop |

design |

DEVELOPMENT & FINANCING

ADVANCE STRATEGIES

Site Selection and Comparison National Broker Database Due Diligence, Survey, Zoning, Title, CCR’s, Taxes, Utilities, Infrastructure Site Planning & Cost Analysis Land Purchase and Options Project Financing Multiple Capital Sources Ownership vs. Lease New Market Tax Credits

Development Land Assembly Market Assessment Facilitative Developments Valuations Financial Incentive Negotiations Job Retention and Job Creation

PLANNING & URBAN DESIGN Mixed-Use Development Master Planning

Real Estate Strategy

Town Centers

Campus Planning Site Planning + Design

Change Management

Urban Parks + Public Spaces

Industry Benchmarking

Plazas + Streetscapes

Regulatory Agency Approval

Research & Whitepapers

Urban Revitalization

Public Engagement

Facility Planning

Brownfield Development Portfolio Optimization

Workplace Strategy On-Site Services

Abatement, Real Estate Tax Increment Financing, Development Districts, Enterprise Zones

Design Guidelines Visioning + Strategic Planning Regional + Community Planning

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Site Design Campus Design Greenways + Waterfronts Parks + Trails Plazas + Public Spaces Green Roofs Sculptures + Memorials Restorative Gardens Storm Water Strategies Ecosystem Restoration Product Design

Tax Issues Special Programs

support services PROCUREMENT

DIGITAL SOLUTIONS

Consolidated Distribution Company (CDC) offers benefits to make buying more competitive and reduce project costs for owners. CDC negotiates preferred pricing on construction equipment and material rentals, and also provides competitive pricing on major purchases.

DRAWN is a digital solution technology company that develops the interface between software and creative solutions to make the digital experience user applicable.

DRONE DATA

QUALITY ASSURANCE/QUALITY CONTROL

Uplift Data Partners fly drones, analyze data and deliver insights during each phase of the construction process, from preconstruction to site commissioning.

Technical Assurance Group (TAG) - experienced and innovative team that supports all of our projects by meticulously formulating and testing design solutions.

- Site Surveys

- Vector Overlays

- Document & Constructability Review

- Cut & Fill Analysis

- 3D Pointclouds

- Mock-up Review & Testing

- Volumetric Measurements

-V  isual & Thermal Inspections

- Bid Analysis & Evaluation - MEP/FP Scope Review & BOD Development


develop design build It’s not just the steps in the design-build process that set us apart, It’s how we overlap each step to make every project better

build | ARCHITECTURE

INTERIORS

DESIGN-BUILD & CM@RISK

Functional

Interior Design

Safety

Site Integration

Interior Architecture

Site Logistics

Conceptual Design

Cost Control

Furniture Design & Specification

Just-In-Time Scheduling

Design Development

Internal Procurement Strategies

Conceptual Design Sustainability Systems Value Design Building Systems Technologies Construction Documents BIM + VDC Building Representation

Construction Documents Construction Administration 3D Modeling & Rendering Pricing

Commissioning

Procurement/ Subcontractor Relations Document Management Technology In The Field Commissioning

Virtual Design And Construction (VDC) Fast-Track Delivery

Concrete Services Concrete Strategies

Tilt-Up Concrete

Competitive Buying Power

Precast Erection

Move-In Facilitators

Structural Foundations

FF&E Procurement And Installation

Flatwork

Operations Technology Management Training Sustainability Certifications

Storefront Systems Curtainwall Hybrid Wall Window Wall

Steel Erection Bridge and Road Work Mobile Batch Plant Civil & Site Utilities Architectural Concrete

Building Enclosure Ventana

Structural Glass Facades Entry & Lobby Systems Atria Glass Enclosures Skylights Cable Net Walls Glass Canopies

TECHNOLOGY

SUSTAINABILITY

COMMUNITY & INCLUSION

INSURANCE

Reality Capture

Sustainability is an integral part of how we practice

Intern/Apprentice Programs

The Clayco Coordinated Insurance Program (CCIP), provides our owners with broader insurance coverage with less risk while leveling the playing field for small subcontractors to compete. Through this “wrap-up” insurance program, Clayco procures the general liability, workers compensation and excess liability insurance for our subcontractors and their lower tiers on select larger projects.

Aerial Robotics Building Information Modeling (BIM) Digital Jobsite Augmented Reality Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning Digital Project Handover

We embrace the principles of green design Established an active program that helps to educate our clients about the value of sustainable designed and built facilities

Partner with communities where we work giving time, people and resources to projects and charities Promote Partnerships Between Minority Contractors and Others Have Strategic Alliances with Minority firms to grow corporate diversity program Have internal goals to promote and mentor Minority business to strengthen our industry

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WE SEE BEYOND

THESE WALLS TO THE PEOPLE THAT WILL FILL THEM Clayco Research and Development facilities are helping foster research breakthroughs across the fields of agriculture, engineering and pharmaceuticals. We successfully deliver research and laboratory facilities for small private companies, large corporations, healthcare organizations and educational institutions. The projects have included vivarium, NIH facilities, bio-safety labs, wet & dry labs, process lines for sample product production and pilot plants.


FEATURED LIFE SCIENCE PORTFOLIO


THE DEBRA & GEORGE W. COUCH III BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH BUILDING AT WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY ST. LOUIS, MO 215,000 SF


COUCH BIOMEDICAL


“Among the various factors that we considered was the commitment that Clayco has made to help promote and establish a life sciences and biotech industry in the St. Louis region. Since Working with Clayco, I have been impressed with their strong commitment to work with us in a general collaborative, open fashion.” JOHN DUBINSKY, PRESIDENT, CORTEX

CORTEX ONE BIOSCIENCE RESEARCH CENTER ST. LOUIS, MO 165,000 SF

CORTEX - BIOGENERATOR ACCELERATOR LABS


CORTEX - PFIZER-WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY

CORTEX - STEREOTAXIS


SOLAE GLOBAL HEADQUARTERS ST. LOUIS, MO 175,000 SF


ARKANSAS RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY PARK, OFFICE AND RESEARCH LABORATORY FAYETTEVILLE, AR 60,000 SF

SPACE PLANNING

space planning efforts included wet and dry lab functions, typical office use, and a twostory atrium with a grand staircase that acts as a meeting space and is intended to host interaction and communication between tenants.


PFIZER RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT FACILITY CHESTERFIELD, MO 294,000 SF

Prefabrication of multiple scopes of work at Pfizer saved the project over $1.5 MILLION and cut the schedule by 3-4 MONTHS


PFIZER


NOVUS INTERNATIONAL GLOBAL HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH LABORATORY ST. LOUIS, MO 90,000 SF

“Chosen for its versatility in fast-track construction, innovative design and construction solutions, and LEED experience, Clayco was able to meet our goals in a cost-effective manner.” DON VONDRISKA, DIRECTOR, NOVUS INTERNATIONAL, INC.


EDWARD A. DOISY RESEARCH CENTER AT SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY ST. LOUIS, MO 206,000 SF


STEPHEN F. & CAMILLA T. BRAUER HALL AND PRESTON M. GREEN HALL AT WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING RESEARCH LABORATORY ST. LOUIS, MO GREEN 84,000 SF BRAUER: 150,875 SF


BRAUER AND GREEN HALLS SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING


Johns C. Murphy Health Center | Berkeley, MO


FEATURED HEALTHCARE AND CANCER CENTER EXPERIENCE


BEYOND THESE WALLS

IMPROVING

THE PATIENT EXPERIENCE Clayco brings its integrated approach to the healthcare industry, collaborating with facility owners and providers throughout every stage of the design and construction process to create innovative and state-of-the-art healthcare projects. Clayco and our talented team of professionals have provided construction management & design-build services for many leading healthcare institutions. Our breadth of experience and deep expertise in the outpatient care space allows us to partner with our clients and bring a valueadded response to their most important projects. Our goal is to develop facilities that offer improved outcomes for the professionals and patients who use them.


ORANGE REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER MIDDLETOWN, NY | 153,000 SF OUTPATIENT CARE CENTER AND 25,000 SF CANCER CENTER

Orange Regional Medical Center

Orange Regional Medical Center

Orange Regional Medical Center


COOK COUNTY CENTRAL CAMPUS HEALTH CENTER

Cook County

CHICAGO, IL | 282,000 SF, 9 STORIES

JOHN C. MURPHY HEALTH CENTER BERKELEY, MO | 93,000 SF

“The design team had a wonderful way of pulling out of us a little more detail than we were willing to give or we knew we even had at the time. So, going from concept to design actually has truly been an adventure.” DR. DELORES GUNN, JOHN C. MURPHY HEALTH CENTER


MERCY VIRTUAL CARE CENTER CHESTERFIELD, MO | 125,000 SF

FLEXIBLE MOVEABLE WALLS AND DIVIDERS Make it easy for conference and collaboration areas to take on the optimal size and function. An underfloor air distribution system coupled with a vast network of power and data connectivity provides for today’s needs but can easily be adapted for tomorrow.

Mercy Virtual Care Center

Mercy Virtual Care Center


CENTERPOINTE HOSPITAL ST. CHARLES, MO | 77,000 SF HEALTHCARE PROJECTS

CenterPointe

CenterPointe

BJC HEALTHCARE MEDICAL OFFICE BUILDING

ST. LUKE’S MEDICAL OFFICE BUILDING AT CITYPLACE SEVEN

O’FALLON, MO | 60,000 SF

CREVE COEUR, MO | 15,000 SF

BJC HEALTHCARE PRIMARY DATA CENTER O’FALLON, MO | 34,700 SF


Altunizade Hospital | Istanbul, Turkey


EXPERIENCE MATTERS We’re not just treating patients, hosting visitors of loved ones, or providing a place to work. We must positively influence the totality of

the human experience


INSIGHTS: CANCER FACILITIES

THE PATIENT

Buildings that provide cancer care must encompass characteristics that address the distinctive aspects of the cancer patient and the care team, which are both unique. In addition to meeting the functional healthcare requirements in a specialty cancer treatment center, the answers to the following questions should be an important part of the design process:

Every cancer patient’s journey is personal; no two patients or diagnoses are exactly alike. The disease has no bias as to age, ethnicity, or gender. In its many forms, cancer can have a catastrophic effect upon normalcy and daily life for individuals and families impacted by the disease. However, many cancer patients do share similar treatment experiences that include an array of physical trials, emotional challenges, and spiritual journeys.

What makes the cancer patient unique?

What makes cancer care distinctive?

What are the needs of specially trained caregivers?

How can the physical environment support the needs of patients, caregivers, and family members?

How can the design support the focused efforts for both cancer treatment and disease prevention?

How can we incorporate the latest technologies, new medicines and advanced research, and specialty treatment?

As designers, it’s important to understand the complete spectrum of journeys that cancer patients experience, to gain true empathy that informs the design of environments to more effectively support the cancer fight. With deeper understanding, we increase our ability to design uniquely responsive places that have the potential to aid the healing process and to provide a place that reinforces respect, dignity and security. •

Physical attributes of the cancer patient receiving infusion

Psychological/mental attributes of the cancer patient

Spiritual attributes of the cancer patient

improving the patient experience

WELCOME FAMILY

INCORPORATE NATURE

PRIVACY

MITIGATE INJURIES

REDUCE NOISE

THERMAL COMFORT

Source: Health Facilities Management/ASHE 2016 Hospital Construction Survey

WIRELESS INTERNET ACCESS

LIGHTING


COMMUNITY Knowing the community we serve

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Designing environments for caregivers that enable them to provide a higher level of personal care to cancer patients should be at the forefront of any design. Considering the physical and emotional needs of caregivers, as well as their activities, will enhance the design. The

cancer patient’s journey is a series of touches and interactions, and each encounter should be deemed special. The environment should be

ADMINISTRATION

PATIENT

Policies and standards of care

The focus of our mission

STAFF

designed to embrace and enhance these touch points, with the ultimate goal being to

VISITOR

the human experience

Supporting the caring process

How we receive our patient’s visitors

make the journey as bright as possible for caregivers and patients.

THE CARE TEAM It’s likely that a typical cancer patient will have a minimum of two physician specialists, and sometimes more. For each unique patient, the mix of cancer care giving team members will vary and may include many different specialists, such as surgical oncologists, medical (chemotherapy) oncologists, radiation oncologists, oncology residents, internists, physician specialists, physicists, oncology nurses, nurse navigators, nursing techs, radiation therapists, radiology technicians, physician assistants, pharmacists, phlebotomists, nutritionists, social workers, chaplains, psychotherapists, massage therapists, meditation therapists, researchers, geneticists, and the patient’s family and friends. Time with top oncologists and nurses is often at a premium, and many see patients for exams and consultations only one day a week, while juggling schedules between surgery, interdisciplinary coordination, tumor board meetings, teaching, training, research, intensive medical record documentation requirements, and other administrative responsibilities. Simply put, not unlike patients, caregivers also have a fair amount of stressors themselves. The physical environment must be designed to support these unique needs and provide measures that positively enhance their ability to offer supportive care—both physically and emotionally. A focused team of caregivers that communicate

NURSES Frontline of the caring process

PHYSICIANS Enablers of our mission

with each other, as well as the patient, can better formulate treatments that are customized to the specific condition and needs of each patient. Furthermore, a general understanding of the role of each caregiver will help inform facility design and planning: •

Medical oncology (chemotherapy/infusion) team

Surgical oncologists and support team

Radiation oncologists and support team

Nurse navigators

Nutritionists

Research and clinical trials

Inpatient oncology team

CURRENT KEY TRENDS At the annual meeting of the Association of Community Cancer Centers in 2017, The Advisory Board talked about trends impacting cancer care: •

Reimbursement and reform are at a turning point

Enhanced care navigation will be necessary as cancer patient comorbidities increase

The rise of telehealth in cancer care

Patients are acting more and more like consumers

Navigating precision medicine


HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY

TRENDS

A movement is afoot from sick-care to well-care i.e. onsite wellness center to promote healthy lifestyle to community Population Health means a focus on supporting & educating the community via on-campus wellness centers Telemedicine will change the landscape for preventative care Primary care will be heavily supported by physician extenders i.e. nurse practitioners Medicare payments can be based on patient satisfaction scores Free-standing ambulatory care centers have grown 27% Hospitals profit base 10 years ago was 64% inpatient and 35% outpatient; today it’s the opposite

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Principals Experience

ERIK ANDERSEN, AIA, LEED AP BD+C PRINCIPAL, FORUM STUDIO SELECT CANCER EXPERIENCE

ORANGE REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER CANCER CENTER EXPANSION AND OUTPATIENT CARE CENTER | MIDDLETOWN, NY | 25,000 SF AND 153,000 SF EDUCATION

Bachelor of Science, Architecture, University of Virginia | Charlottesville, VA

ESKENAZI HEALTH CAMPUS, SANDRA ESKENAZI OUTPATIENT CARE CENTER INDIANAPOLIS, IN | 1.4M SF ACIBADEM ALTUNIZADE HOSPITAL ISTANBUL, TURKEY | 1.0M SF

COOK COUNTY CENTRAL CAMPUS HEALTH CENTER | CHICAGO, IL | 282,000 SF

ORANGE REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER AMBULATORY SURGERY, OUTPATIENT CARE AND CANCER CENTER MIDDLETOWN, NY | 25,000 SF AND 153,000 SF — EXPANSION AND RENOVATION — RADIATION AND MEDICAL ONCOLOGY — 2 LINEAR ACCELERATORS — 16 BAY INFUSION SUITE

COOK COUNTY CENTRAL CAMPUS HEALTH CENTER CHICAGO, IL | 282,000 SF — MEDICAL ONCOLOGY CLINIC — 33 CLINIC EXAM ROOMS — 33 BAY INFUSION SUITE

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ESKENAZI HEALTH CAMPUS SANDRA ESKENAZI OUTPATIENT CANCER CARE CENTER INDIANAPOLIS, IN | 1.4M SF — MEDICAL ONCOLOGY CLINIC — INFUSION THERAPY — OPTIMIZED PATIENT PRIVACY

ACIBADEM ALTUNIZADE HOSPITAL ISTANBUL, TURKEY | 1M SF — MEDICAL ONCOLOGY — MEDICAL ONCOLOGY — SURGICAL ONCOLOGY — CYBER KNIFE TECHNOLOGY — TRUEBEAM AND TOMOTHERAPY HDA

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Principals Experience

WAYNE ZIEMER, AIA, LEED AP BD+C PROJECT EXECUTIVE, CLAYCO KISHWAUKEE CANCER CARE CENTER DEKALB, IL | 40,000 SF

DELNOR COMMUNITY HEALTH CARE, HEALTH AND WELLNESS CANCER CENTER GENEVA, IL | 47,200 SF

EDUCATION

EDWARD HOSPITAL CANCER CENTER PLAINFIELD, IL | 30,000 SF

ADVOCATE LUTHERAN GENERAL CANCER CENTER PARK RIDGE, IL | 52,000 SF

Bachelor of Architecture Illinois Institute of Technology Chicago, IL

NORTHWEST COMMUNITY CANCER CENTER ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, IL | 25,000 SF

SELECT CANCER EXPERIENCE

NORTHWEST COMMUNITY SOUTH TOWER ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, IL | 335,000 SF

NORTHWEST COMMUNITY CANCER CENTER ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, IL | 25,000 SF — RENOVATION AND ADDITION TO CANCER CARE CENTER — 20,000 SF RENOVATION OF MEDICAL ONCOLOGY TREATMENT AREA — 1 LINEAR ACCELERATOR ADDITION — 1 LINEAR ACCELERATOR REPLACEMENT — RADIATION PROTECTION ADDED

EDWARD HOSPITAL CANCER CENTER PLAINFIELD, IL | 30,000 SF

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— 2 STORY 30,000 SF FACILITY — MEDICAL AND RADIATION ONCOLOGY SERVICES — 2 LINEAR ACCELERATORS — ECO-FRIENDLY ROOF TOP GARDEN FOR PATIENT RELAXATION


KISHWAUKEE CANCER CARE CENTER DEKALB, IL | 40,000 SF

— MEDICAL ONCOLOGY WING — PET CT SUITE — IMAGING CENTER — 2 LINEAR ACCELERATORS — COMMUNITY EDUCATION — ANCILLARY SUPPORT — MESSAGE AND ACUPUNCTURE SERVICES

ADVOCATE LUTHERAN GENERAL CANCER CENTER PARK RIDGE, IL | 52,000 SF — 3 STORY INTEGRATED SERVICES FACILITY — MEDICAL AND RADIATION ONCOLOGY — 2 LINEAR ACCELERATORS — 3D MAMMOGRAPHY — ATTACHED PATIENT PARKING STRUCTURE

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AN INTEGRATED COMPANY

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CRG OVERVIEW

CRG REALCRG.COM

OUR SEAMLESS DEVELOPMENT PROCESS ––– CRG is a full-service real estate development team operating as a wholly owned subsidiary of Clayco, Inc. CRG and Clayco have developed more than 5,000 acres of land and have design-built over 160 million square feet of commercial, industrial, institutional and multi-family product exceeding $9.0 billion in value. Clayco has accomplished this acting as the sole developer as well as in joint ventures with other developers and partners.

pre-development

development

asset management

Site Selection

Accounting and Financial Reporting

Land Acquisition and Negotiation

Planning, Design and Development Management

Feasibility and Economic Analysis

Financial Structuring

Contractor and Vendor Maintenance

Public Presentations and Entitlements

Incentive Discovery and Negotiation

Lease Compliance and Administration

Tenant Occupancy Coordination

Lease Negotiations

integrated real estate solutions


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THE CUBES ––– As the industry begins to measure cubic feet and maximize racking space, CRG’s “The Cubes” industrial brand is part of its leadership effort to meet this tremendous demand in the speculative warehouse market. In addition to The Cubes, CRG plans to build a minimum of 10,000,000 square feet on an annual basis worth about $650 million of its Class A industrial product per year. CLAYCORP.COM


BATESFORUM OVERVIEW

Bates Forum BATESFORUM.COM

INTEGRATED DESIGN THINKING ––– BatesForum is a full-service design firm that was recently formed by the merger of Forum Studio, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Clayco, and Bates, a technology and architecture firm. We founded our design firm to be that single forum that would bring together all of the capabilities of the master builder in a collaborative, creative, and inclusive process. We convene the needed expertise, when it is needed, at our table. Beyond the disciplines of Architecture and Interior Design, our team boasts worldclass talent in Landscape Architecture, and Urban Planning & Design. Further, we regularly partner with experts, from economists to biologists, to expand our capabilities and benefits to our clients. BatesForum is where trust creates the time and space for innovation.

advance strategies

planning & urban design landscape architecture

Real Estate Strategy

Mixed-Use Development

Site Design

Facility Planning

Town Centers

Campus Design

Change Management

Urban Parks + Public Spaces

Greenways + Waterfronts

Programming

Plazas + Streetscapes

Parks + Trails

Facilitation

Urban Revitalization

Plazas + Public Spaces

Industry Benchmarking

Brownfield Development

Green Roofs

Research & Whitepapers

Design Guidelines

Sculptures + Memorials

Visioning + Strategic Planning

Restorative Gardens

Regional + Community Planning

Storm Water Strategies

Master Planning

Ecosystem Restoration

Campus Planning

Product Design

Site Planning + Design Regulatory Agency Approval Public Engagement Portfolio Optimization


develop design build

evolution of design

architecture

interiors

technical assurance group

Functional Planning

Interior Design

Facility Assessment

Site Integration

Interior Architecture

Peer Reviews

Conceptual Design

Conceptual Design

Sustainability Certification

Sustainability Systems

Furniture Design & Specification

Start Up/Building Commissioning (Cx)

Value Design

Design Development

Construction QA/QC Management

Building Systems

Construction Documents

Technologies

Construction Administration

Construction Documents

3D Modeling & Rendering

BIM + VDC

Pricing

Building Representation Commissioning

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CLAYCO OVERVIEW

Clayco CLAYCORP.COM

INNOVATIVE BUILDER ––– Owners today demand more than just a general contractor can provide. Clayco has built its reputation on not being just a general contractor, but instead we are experts at, and thrive on, being risk takers and providing single source responsibility. Performing as part of a collaborative team at the earliest stages of a project is what we do best. Over 95% of our work is under this type of collaborative arrangement. We understand what drives both sides (design and construction) and we are proactively involved in pushing past destructive egos and agendas to provide the best value at the lowest cost for our clients. Clayco will become your in-house project management firm. The most important aspect of any project is determining “what to build,” not the physical construction itself. This is where our expertise and approach adds value.


develop design build

the art & science of building

design-build

integrated delivery

advantages

Design-Build is a method of integrated project delivery in which one entity, the Design-Builder, works under a single contract with the owner to provide design and construction services. One entity, one contract, one unified flow of work from initial concept through completion.

Integrated Delivery means implementing a project from its inception with a complete team of the experts and stakeholders. The integrated team should represent all facets of the project from the owner to the planners to the builders. The team should use whatever means and methods or technology available to eliminate waste and increase efficiencies throughout the process.

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Single point of Responsibility & Accountability

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Informed Decision Making

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More Efficient Work Flow

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Savings (Time & Cost)

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Maximized Scope

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Encourages Innovative Solutions

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Higher Quality

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Enjoyable Process

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Decreased Administrative Burden

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Early Risk Transfer (Risk Reduction)

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Better Insurance Coverage

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Transparency/Open Book

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Early–Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP)

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CLAYCO OVERVIEW

Our collaborative culture delivers better projects, faster

DESIGN-BUILD DELIVERY ––– The Design-Build methodology allows us to deliver a project where the design and construction services are contracted by a single entity (Clayco). The Clayco delivery model is based upon everyone performing as a collaborative team of programmers, planners, designers, engineers, builders and clients working transparently sharing information and knowledge with the common commitment of exceeding the owner’s expectations. Design-Build requires a management leader and process that champions a unified team working together from the initial phase to the final completion under the principles of hard work, trust and respect. The Design-Build approach emphasizes a process that provides continuous improvement based upon open and honest communication between all parties involved and meticulously managing the design scope, quality, schedule and cost.

Design-Build Delivery Comparison METRIC

DESIGN-BUILD VS. DESIGN-BID-BUILD

DESIGN-BUILD VS. CM@R

Unit Cost

6.1% lower

4.5% lower

Construction Speed

12% faster

7% faster

Delivery Speed

33.5% faster

23.5% faster

Cost Growth

5.2% less

12.6% less

Schedule Growth

11.4% less

2.2% less

Source: Construction Industry Institute (CII)/Penn State research comprising 351 projects ranging from 5,000 to 2.5 million square feet. The study includes varied project types and sectors. CII is a consortium of more than 130 leading owner, engineering-contractor, and supplier firms from both the public and private arenas.

Clayco Design-Build Approach CONCEPTUAL PLANNING

SELECT DESIGN-BUILDER

PRELIMINARY DESIGN

FINAL DETAILED DESIGN DOCUMENTS

DESIGN-BUILDER COST ESTIMATES

CONSTRUCTION

PERMITS

DESIGN-BUILD ASSOCIATED TIME SAVINGS TIME SAVINGS = $$

cost established

INDUSTRY APPROACH SELECT ARCHITECT/ ENGINEER (AE)

CONCEPTUAL PLANNING AE ESTIMATE

PRELIMINARY DESIGN AE ESTIMATE

FINAL DETAILED DESIGN DOCUMENTS

BID PERMITS

VALUE ENGINEERING COST REDUCTION

SELECT GC

cost established

CONSTRUCTION


MANAGING DESIGN-BUILD ––– Clayco views the idea of managing a progressive Design-Build process as a normal event. It’s what we do every day. It’s not a segmented endeavor, it’s a continuum from the initial aspiration of an idea to the final perfect outcome. Our company’s success is a testament to two very unique things: 1. Our culture and people live to collaborate because we believe the best

solutions come from a collection of smart and creative people working as one team with a single-minded focus on specific goals and objectives always being viewed and evaluated through the owner’s parameters and project values. 2. We are selective of our projects and clients. Our approach doesn’t work

unless the most important partner, our owner, is like-minded. We make the process enjoyable and trustworthy by championing an environment of integration, safety and transparency.

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CONCRETE STRATEGIES OVERVIEW

Concrete Strategies CONCRETESTRATEGIES.COM

CONSTRUCTION SUCCESS ––– Construction Success is the Standard at Concrete Strategies. Our highly experienced and knowledgeable group of commercial construction professionals specializes in concrete construction across the United States. Concrete Strategies is a leading edge, full-service, design-build and general contracting firm. The firm has an unparalleled track record in architectural site cast concrete, structural concrete, flatwork, site utilities and all types of self-perform concrete construction for commercial projects.

SERVICES TILT-UP CONCRETE

BRIDGE AND ROAD WORK

PRECAST ERECTION

MOBILE BATCH PLANT

STRUCTURAL FOUNDATIONS

ARCHITECTURAL CONCRETE

FLATWORK

RESTORATION SERVICES


VENTANA OVERVIEW

FACADE SYSTEMS –––

Ventana VENTANA.VC

Ventana designs, supplies, and installs high performing curtain wall facade systems

Curtainwall

Cable Truss

Window Wall

Double Wall

Strongback System

Cable Net

Truss System

Glass Fins

INNOVATIVE BUILDING SOLUTIONS ––– By working closely with the design team, we can ensure a competitively priced façade that is water and air tight, and allows for optimal thermal control of the interior space. Traditionally, the façade is one of the major risk factors on any building, and the team at Ventana has a proven track record of taking the risk and delivering superior façade systems that guarantee long-term performance.

COMPETITIVE RESULT The building enclosure business is very unusual in that there are usually 2 types of companies: small, sometimes financially challenged ones that struggle with the “complete enclosure responsibility” concept, and then there are the larger companies who are extremely busy managing larger, multimillion dollar projects. The first type often has trouble with quality and performance, and may disappear when things go wrong. The second type tends to only get competitive when necessary. Our business model is based on delivering full building enclosure systems and our experience and expertise supports this model.

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OUR COMMITMENT

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DESIGN-BUILD TECHNOLOGY

AI/MACHINE LEARNING

DIGITAL PROJECT HANDOVER

TECHNOLOGY TOOLS THAT COLLECT, INFORM AND GUIDE: ––– BIM Information Modeling (BIM) (3D/4D/5D) Reality Capture (Laser Scanning, Photogrammetry and Sensors)

AERIAL ROBOTICS

Robotics (UAV-Visual Intelligence, Construction robotics, Safety robotics) Digital Jobsite (Fully connected, paperless and information rich work environment) Augmented Reality (Fully interactive information overlay, next level of mobility)

AUGMENTED REALITY

BIM

Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning (Predictive Analytics, Pattern Recognition, EVA) Digital Project Handover (Information for operational lifecycle of a facility) DIGITAL JOBSITE

Clayco’s vision revolves around our ability to fuse the most advanced technologies with our expertise in the industry

REALITY CAPTURE

VISIONARY APPROACH ––– In the age of innovation (artificial intelligence and machine learning), Design-Build companies that are seeking to differentiate themselves in the ever changing and competitive market, are those that are the best at connecting data analytics and processes in the most efficient and effective ways. The ability to integrate all available technology tools into our processes ensures that we are able to deliver a Design-Build experience that is twofold: 1) improves our ability to maximize value during the Design-Build process and 2) leverages the technologies used to bring consistent value to the owner and the facilities over the life cycle of the building(s). Our integrated project delivery approach is reflected through our belief that the following paradigms of a progressive design-build company include: Culture, Collaboration, Innovation, Quality, Technology and Safety.


UPLIFT DATA PARTNERS

WE FLY. YOU GET DATA. –––

Planning, Site Selection & Estimating • Site Surveys Earthwork • Cut and Fill Analysis • Volumetric Measurements Foundation & Utilities • Vector Overlays

Uplift is the leading drone service provider for the AEC industry. We deliver aerial insights to the AEC industry by end to end, seamless implementation of drone technology. Our integrated service model connects drone pilots, site surveyors, construction site managers and BIM engineers to assist everyone in tracking progress, updating stakeholders and beating budgets. We fly drones, analyze data and deliver insights during each phase of the construction process, from preconstruction to site commissioning. And because drones collect 4-cm accurate 3D data, we deliver accuracy checks throughout the project lifecycle. Our drone services prevent rework and allows you to better update your project stakeholders. UPLIFTDATAPARTNERS.COM

Vertical Construction • 3D Pointclouds Commissioning • Visual & Thermal Inspections

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TECHNICAL ASSURANCE GROUP

Facility Observation and Research & Support

Action Plan Development

Comparative Analysis

ENSURING QUALITY ––– Our Technical Assurance Group (TAG) is an asset that is unique to the industry. Our skilled, experienced and innovative TAG team supports all of our business units and projects by meticulously formulating and testing design solutions, ensuring our design and construction process is of the utmost quality.

Assessment & Benchmarking

Preconstruction Services: MEP/FP Scope Review, MEP/FP Project Basis of Design Development, and MEP/FP Estimating and Bidding

Monitoring & Continuous Improvement

Design Phase: Peer Reviews of Design and Construction Documentation, Energy Modeling, and LEED Scorecard

Sustainability Evaluation

Construction Phase: On-site QA/QC Inspections of Critical Building Components, Shop Drawing Review of Critical Building Components, On-site MEP/FP Construction Observation and Verification, LEED Activity Monitoring

Building Commissioning

Owner’s Rep & Technical Oversight

Close-Out Phase: MEP/FP Start-Up, Fundamental Commissioning or Enhanced CX, On-site MEP/FP Construction Observation and Verification, LEED Submission


CONSOLIDATED DISTRIBUTION COMPANY

THE CDC ADVANTAGE –––

20+ National Account Programs Best Available Products

Lock in pricing early, ultimately saving overall cost on all projects.

Create direct manufacturer contacts securing product availability and reduced time to market ensuring construction schedule is met.

Create standardization of products for aggregate volume and improved efficiencies of facilities support and maintenance.

Improved problem solving with manufacturer relationships.

Lean out the supply chain by direct sourcing and eliminating the markup of materials applied at the subcontractor level. Mass and/or direct purchased products are to be assigned to subcontractors.

NATIONAL BUYING POWER ––– Consolidated Distribution Company (CDC) is an internal Clayco company with national buying power which brings value to our clients as well as our bottom line. We have national buying agreements with major suppliers for a wide variety of construction materials and equipment. Our national agreements provide our clients with the best available products; establish consistent quality levels and specifications; increased reliability of material and systems delivery and scheduling; provide an increased level of service and design assistance from the equipment providers; and provide clients with the latest equipment as new products become available.

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SAFETY

SAFETY EXCELLENCE ––– CURRENT EMR

0.59 –––

AWARDED OSHA VPP STAR REGION 7

CLAYCO SAFE – SETTING A NEW STANDARD ––– Clayco takes a proactive approach to safety management, production, and quality in order to provide the owner with a superior final project that is injury and accident free. Every employee is empowered to participate in the safety process starting with pre-planning activities and has the authority to stop any unsafe activity and initiate corrective action for any unsafe condition. Clayco employs on-site safety management, corporate safety, and in-house claims management personnel focused on meeting and exceeding the safety performance goals of the project. Clayco has developed a truly elite safety management system that differentiates Clayco from its competitors. We are continually working to prevent injuries and incidents through an organized safety and risk management system.


Integrated Transportation Stops for 2 public bus routes and consolidated, multi‐level parking on‐site

SUSTAINABILITY Low-volititle organic compounds (VOC) adhesives, sealants, paint, flooring, and wood products used

LARGEST LEED (V2009) BD+C PLATINUM CORE & SHELL PROJECT IN THE UNITED STATES

8 electrical vehicle charging stations

78% reduction in landscape water use, using harvested rainwater and native plantings Co-generation using onsite energy production and waste heat reduces energy-cost by 62%

48,874 sf

Water efficient fixtures such as dual flush toilets and low-flow urinals, faucets, and showers reduce water usage by over 39%

green roof reduces heat island and stormwater runoff

70% of the site restored using native and adaptive landscape plant selection and features 637 trees 13+ acres of native savanna plantings

99% of all wood used on the project was Forest Stewardship Council certified

90% Over 32% of construction material was harvested and manufactured within 500 miles of project

80% of TSS removed via bio retention, diverting it from stormwater discharge

Clayco is consistently ranked one of the top Green builders in the United States

99%

of construction waste diverted from landfills and recycled

76%

An open floor plan allows 90% of occupied space to have views to the outside to promote collaboration and improve general employee wellbeing and productivity 76% of occupied space receives useful levels of daylight

SUSTAINABLE COMMITMENT ––– Clayco is fully committed to meet the needs of our employees, clients and future generations in a manner consistent with environmental responsibility. As a builder and modeler of the built environment, we believe it is both good business practice and our duty to protect and preserve the natural and cultural resources of the communities we serve. In keeping with this belief, it is our policy to conduct our business in an environmentally responsible manner that protects the public, our employees, and the earth that we all share in a comprehensive and transparent manner.

LEED ACCREDITED PROFESSIONALS

85+

LEED CERTIFIED PROJECTS PLATINUM 5 GOLD 30 SILVER 23 CERTIFIED 24 CLAYCORP.COM


COMMUNITY

CCDI Job Fair The Construction Career Development Initiative (CCDI) empowers students to build meaningful careers in dozens of construction industry fields.

COMMITMENT TO WHERE WE LIVE & WORK ––– The Clayco culture is built on building more than structures. We believe our projects are building communities, and that the jobs don’t stop when the projects open. Pedal The Cause – St. Louis

Spark – Chicago

Meds & Food for Kids – Haiti

We partner with the communities in which we operate, and we’re in it for the long haul, giving time, energy, and resources to the projects and charities that can help build these communities. It is, and will always be, an important part of our identity. We’re working with nonprofit organizations to support education, the arts, medical research, disaster relief and opportunities for minorities, youth and the underprivileged.


INCLUSION

Clayco doesn’t build with brick and mortar alone, but with relationships built on diversity and inclusion

THE WORLD IS DIVERSE AND SO ARE WE. ––– Clayco is always striving to provide equal opportunity to all qualified small business suppliers and contractors in all areas where we conduct business. Providing opportunities for disadvantaged minority and women owned businesses is a standard method of operation throughout all levels of the Clayco organization. Clayco has established a long-term mentoring relationship with several disadvantaged firms, assisting them on providing services with quality and professionalism. We plan to continue to provide mentoring services and encourage the growth of the local subcontractor and vendor base. In meeting Minority and Women Owned Business Enterprise (MBE/WBE) goals, Clayco ensures that we provide “right sized” bid packages that allow for MBE/WBE success. In addition, we actively search the local market to ensure we get the best MBE/WBE firms involved in our project.

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making your mark What will be your legacy? Your vision will shape the project for years to come, your priorities will give form to the building, and your decisions today will be a template for the future. Your challenges are our inspiration. Our energies are focused on the opportunity to create meaningful, effective, and enduring new environments. Working together we can help you achieve your goals and make your mark. We look forward to being part of your visionary team.

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LOCATIONS

Atlanta, GA Chicago, IL Greenville, SC San Francisco, CA St. Louis, MO

2199 Innerbelt Business Center Dr. St. Louis, MO 63114 p 314-429-5100

CONTACT

Ann Althoff, MCR, LEED AP, Associate DBIA Project Executive Clayco e althoffa@claycorp.com p 314-592-2191

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