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Program and Design Development Report

Lindahl Drive Renovation Wayne State College Wayne, NE

24 April 2014

BVH Architects

440 N 8th Street Suite 100 Lincoln, NE 68508


TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 Introduction

5

Background and History of the Project to Date

5

Project Description

5

2 Location and Site Conditions

11

General Site Information

11

Statewide Building Inventory

11

Influence of Project on Existing Site Conditions

11

19 3 Analysis of Existing Facilities

Functions/Purpose of Existing Programs as they

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relate to the Proposed Project

Square Footage of Existing Areas

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Physical Deficiencies

25

Programmatic Deficiencies

28

4 Comparison of Program to Proposed Design Development 5 Design Considerations

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Design Requirements 35

Lindahl Drive Renovation Concept Plans

Structural Design Considerations

44

Additional Landscape Design Considerations

44

Mechanical, Electrical, and Special Systems

44

Fire and Life Safety

44

Historic and Architectural Significance

45

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Artwork

45

Phasing

45

Future Expansion

45

Design Development Drawings

45

6 Project Budget and Fiscal Impact

47

Cost Estimate Criteria

47

Total Project Cost

47

Construction Cost

47

Design Development Budget Summary

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51 7 Funding Information 53 8 Time Line 55 9 Higher Education Supplement


Photographs of existing conditions along Lindahl Drive corridor

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INTRODUCTION Background and History of the Project to Date

an improved infrastructure to serve the college in multiple ways. The reconstructed Lindahl Drive will afford new amenities to the College as

Lindahl Drive is a significant campus roadway running east—west

well. It will also provide a critical entry marker to announce arrival on

through the northern edge of campus. It serves as a main entry point

campus, improved consolidated parking, traffic speed control measures,

to the northern portion of campus from Highway 15. Students, faculty

improved landscaping and lighting, replace aging and unsafe retaining

and staff, sporting event patrons and visitors to the College utilize the

walls, as well as new terraced plaza space to the North and South of

drive to connect to various portions of the campus. Along the road

Peterson Fine Arts and Lied. Through the use of modern materials and

are Anderson Hall, Rice Auditorium, Carlson Natatorium, Memorial

systems, a reconstructed Lindahl Drive will assure its continued use

Stadium, Peterson Fine Arts, Lied Performing Arts Center (Lied) and the

by many generations of future WSC students, faculty, and patrons.

Student Center. A one-way service road, Anderson Drive, is accessed from Lindahl Drive. Anderson Drive provides access to Anderson Hall,

Lindahl Drive acts as a threshold between the academic and athletic

Studio Arts, the south side of Peterson Fine Arts, Conn Library, Pile

portions of campus. The major facilities for athletics and recreation are

Hall, and the Student Center.

located north of Lindahl Drive. Students must cross Lindahl Drive to

Because of the many traffic and pedestrian conflicts along with several

participate in these activities. Numerous paths are defined or created

other issues, the 2012 Campus Master Plan for Wayne State College

for the students to circulate between the recreation zone of campus to

identified Lindahl Drive as a recommended renovation project.

their residence halls, academic studies, or student services. Likewise

The Program Statement and Design Development phases for the

patrons utilize Lindahl Drive to access campus parking or circulate to

renovation of Lindahl Drive have been developed in the winter and

the events sponsored by the College. Accessible from Lindahl Drive

spring of 2013/2014.

is Anderson Drive. Anderson Drive is a one-way, from west to east, service road. It provides service to several buildings including, but

Project Description

not limited to, Peterson Fine Arts and the Student Center. Parking is provided along the edges of Anderson Drive. It also serves as staging

It is the intent of Wayne State College (WSC) to renovate Lindahl Drive.

for move-in, move-out for Anderson and Pile Hall. Anderson Drive

This project will completely reconstruct Lindahl Drive from Highway

provides a convenient drop-off zone for Peterson Fine Arts. The patrons

15 to the Anderson Drive outlet onto Lindahl Drive. The renovated

attending events in Peterson Fine Arts and Lied who require accessible

Lindahl Drive Project will contain safety and accessibility features and

routes or shorter walking distances elect to utilize this drop-off zone.

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The north side of Peterson Fine Arts and Lied currently consists of

Lindahl Drive and associated scopes of work.

a steep grade requiring a stair to access the building. An accessible

• Improve paving and grading along Lindahl Drive.

route from Lindahl Drive is currently not available.

• Provide a safe drop-off zone south of Peterson Fine Arts and Lied.

The Lindahl Drive renovation project will address the following

The project is expected to cost approximately $1,935,333 in total

needs:

project costs.

• Pedestrian safety and security along Lindahl Drive.

This program statement and design development document has been

• Steep stairs and failing retaining walls located on the north side

developed through a process of meetings and focus group sessions

of Peterson Fine Arts and Lied Performing Arts Center. • Entry marker signs to announce the arrival on campus. Marker

with Wayne State College staff, faculty, and administration representing various user constituents for the renovation of Lindahl Drive including:

may be replicated in partial or in full at other major or minor

WSC President

entry points.

WSC Vice President for Academic Affairs

• Landscaping to soften the hard edges of the vast amount of paving.

WSC Vice President for Student Affairs

• Campus lighting with the potential for festive banners or branding

WSC Vice President for Administration and Finance

opportunities. • An ADA accessible route to the North of Peterson Fine Arts and Lied. • Additional bus drop-off and queuing to the south side of Rice and Carlson.

WSC Director of Facility Services WSC Director of College Relations WSC Facility Services Staff WSC Dean of Arts and Humanities WSC Music Department Faculty

• Traffic speed control measures.

WSC Head of Security

• Address a failing retaining wall at the Northwest corner of the

WSC Athletics Directors

football field. • Improve parking utilization and efficiency.

This planning group was involved throughout the programming,

• Programmable space for festivities, sporting events, and WSC

schematic, and design development process. They have provided

special events on the North and South side of Peterson Fine Arts and Lied. • Utilize durable and low maintenance materials to reconstruct

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valuable input and direction.


View of Anderson Drive looking east toward Student Center.

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As a major edge to campus the Lindahl Drive Renovation project creates the opportunity to a stronger connection through the Arts district to the campus mall.

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Landscaping features and materials shall soften the edges of the vast amount of concrete. Landscaping shall be a unifying visual appearance connecting Lindahl Drive to the heart of campus

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Project Location

Existing campus aerial view.

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LOCATION AND SITE CONDITIONS General Site Information

As part of this project, disturbances and disruptions to normal traffic flow and pedestrian circulation are anticipated to occur. The impact will

County: Wayne County, Nebraska

be due to the amount of vehicular and pedestrian connections Lindahl

Town: Wayne, NE

Drive provides. Care will be taken to ensure the impact is controlled and

Campus: Wayne State College Campus

timely communication will occur about disruptions and alternate routes

The Wayne State College Campus is on the north edge of the City of

Utilities:

Wayne in Wayne County, Nebraska. Lindahl Drive is a major east-west

Lindahl Drive is a major utility corridor which contains both campus

access through the northern edge of campus. An attached campus

and city utilities. Existing water main, sanitary sewer, sanitary sewer

site plan shows the existing Lindahl Drive location and relationship to

force main, storm sewer, steam lines, gas mains and other building

the other structures and key campus features.

service lines exist within the Lindahl Drive corridor. The water main is a 6� line which is located on the north side of the drive. The water

Statewide Building Inventory

line supplies building services as well as fire hydrants adjacent to the drive. The storm sewer exists on the south side of the street, including

Lindahl Drive is campus infrastructure and therefore not listed on the

inlets and storm service connections which extend further south. The

Statewide Building Inventory. Peterson Fine Arts and the Lied Performing

sanitary sewer is located at the west end of the retaining walls limits.

Arts Center building inventory is 1288 for reference.

The proposed grading and construction of the Lindahl Drive retaining walls will impact the existing utilities. Relocation will be required for

Influence of Project on Existing Site Conditions

certain portions of the existing storm sewer, sanitary sewer service, building storm sewer, electrical and irrigation lines due to the proposed

Relationship to Neighbors and Environment:

location for the retaining wall and the street.

Lindahl Drive is a major east-west access through the northern edge

Lindahl Drive has existing streetlights alternating on the north and south

of campus. The roadway provides critical access connections along its

sides of the street. These lights serve as both street and pedestrian

route. Lindahl Drive is accessed from Highway 15 and provides a direct

lighting for the street and adjacent sidewalks.

route to Lot 10 on the eastern edge of campus. Lindahl Drive continues easterly until it intersects city road Centennial Road (577th Avenue).

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Parking and Circulation: Lindahl Drive has parallel parking along the Southern curb for the length of the street. ADA parking stalls are demarcated along the street. Along the northern curb a bus drop-off is provided on the South side of Carlson Natatorium. The northern curb has numerous points of entry for other parking surfaces in and around the athletic complex. Lindahl Drive is flanked by sidewalks connecting to the network of paths throughout campus. Anderson Drive provides angular and parallel parking stalls along its horseshoe shape. ADA parking stalls are demarcated at locations. Anderson Drive is flanked by sidewalks connecting to the network of paths throughout campus. The number of ADA parking stalls will be retained. It is anticipated the number of parking stalls will be retained, with provisions to increase parking count through consolidating the parking and changing the configuration to 90 degree angular parking. See diagram on following pages for parking count.

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Parking stalls highlighted in yellow will be affected by the scope of the renovation work. The current parking totals are: Lindahl Drive Parking = 36 + 2 ADA stalls Anderson Drive Parking = 41 + 4 ADA stalls Football Parking = 24 stalls

Parking along Lindahl Drive to the north of Peterson Fine Arts.

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Parking along Anderson Drive to the south of Peterson Fine Arts.

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The view corridor looking south between Pile Hall and Conn Library from Anderson Drive.

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Pedestrian circulation across Lindahl Drive numerous times along the length of the drive presents conflicts with vehicles.

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ANALYSIS OF EXISTING FACILITIES Functions and Purposes of Existing Programs as they relate to the Proposed Project WSC Mission Wayne State College is a comprehensive institution of higher education dedicated to freedom of inquiry, excellence in teaching and learning, and regional service and development. Offering affordable undergraduate and graduate programs, the College prepares students for careers, advanced study, and civic involvement. The College is committed to faculty-staff-student interaction, public service, and diversity within a friendly and collegial campus community. Based on the vision and mission for Wayne State College the 20112013 Strategic Plan was developed which contains guiding themes and goals for implementation. Those important and those that relate to the Lindahl Drive project include the following strategic principles: Improve Facilities, Infrastructure and Technology Objective and Measure: • Prioritize and identify funding for highest priority projects identified in the WSC master plan • Prioritize and pursue funding for other infrastructure improvements

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View of Memorial Stadium during an event.

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Square Footage of Existing Areas

to the north door of Peterson Fine Arts. • The cross slope running east-west from the Lied door to the

This project consists of infrastructure improvements and additional

Peterson Fine Arts door is 18 feet.

exterior amenities for the facilities that are adjacent to Lindahl and Anderson Drives. This project does not contain any interior building

South side of Peterson Fine Arts and Lied Performing Arts Center

square footage improvements. Therefore there is no matrix included,

• Concrete sidewalks leads to the south entry of Peterson Fine Arts.

but general area descriptions are given to define extent of project. Utilization of Existing Space by Facility, Room and/or Function Lindahl Drive Statistics –Existing Physical Properties Lindahl Drive

Please refer to the following site plan renderings for existing exterior

• Approximately 1,040 feet long by 38 feet wide with 38 parallel

space utilization:

parking stalls • Bus drop-off accommodates 2 buses at a time. • 5 curb cuts to provide access to roads or parking surfaces are along the drive.

• 6 feet wide sidewalks flank a majority of the drive.

Anderson Drive

• Approximately 1,020 feet long by 24 feet wide with 45 parallel

parking stalls • 6 feet wide sidewalks flank a majority of the drive. North side of Peterson Fine Arts and Lied Performing Arts Center • Approximate change in grade is 15 feet from Lindahl Drive to the north door of Peterson Fine Arts. • A 12’ foot wide concrete stair provides access from Lindahl Drive

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Existing retaining wall at Memorial Field

Existing campus map

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Existing Lindahl Drive

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Photo looking at north side of Peterson Fine Arts

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Physical Deficiencies

be integrated into the entire campus for improved identity and continuity with the heart of campus.

Introduction Lindahl Drive acts as a threshold from the academic to the athletic

North side of Peterson Fine Arts

zones of campus. The major facilities for athletics and recreation are

The concrete stair and handrail are in poor and deteriorated condition.

located north of Lindahl Drive. Students must cross Lindahl Drive to

Stairs on the north side of buildings in Nebraska’s climate are to be

participate in these activities. Numerous paths are defined or created

avoided, if possible. The approach to the north entry of Peterson Fine

for the students to circulate between the recreation zone of campus to

Arts is not accessible or inviting. The segmental concrete masonry

their residence halls, academic studies, or student services. Likewise

unit retaining walls at the north Lied entry are in poor and deteriorated

patrons utilize Lindahl Drive to access campus parking or circulate to the

condition as well as showing advanced sign of failure. The pressure

event sponsored by WSC. Accessible from Lindahl Drive is Anderson

of the earth is pushing the retaining walls outward. It is becoming

Drive. Anderson Drive is a one-way, from west to east, service road.

a potential hazard for the College. Animals have also burrowed

It provides service to several buildings including, but not limited to,

behind the walls causing issues. The walls need to be replaced with

Peterson Fine Arts and the Student Center. Parking is provided along

a substantial, permanent solution that addresses the amount of grade

the edges of Anderson Drive. It also serves as staging for move-in,

change to provide an accessible, inviting entrance to the building

move-out for Pile Hall. Anderson Drive provides a convenient drop-off

without negotiating stairs.

zone for Peterson Fine Arts. The patrons attending events in Peterson Fine Arts and Lied who require accessible routes or shorter walking distances elect to utilize this drop-off zone. Existing Conditions-General Lindahl Drive paving in general is in fair to poor condition. The number of curb cuts to provide access to minor roads or parking surfaces presents traffic congestion and confusion. The additional layer of pedestrian circulation overlaid on this congestion presents safety concerns. Lindahl Drive is perceived as an edge to campus and should Photo of concrete stairs on north side of Peterson Fine Arts

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South side of Peterson Fine Arts

Pedestrian Circulation

The paving along Anderson Drive was recently completed in 2007. This

The network of sidewalks connecting to campus is adequate. Defined

area is utilized for a handicap drop-off and a bus drop-off for events at

crosswalks for pedestrians to cross Lindahl drive are deficient. The

Peterson and the Lied. A safe drop-off zone is not defined or separated

parallel parking causes major issues for defining these crosswalks.

from other one-way traffic, creating a conflict.

There are a few missing sidewalks identified through the program and design development phase that are necessary for pedestrian circulation.

Parallel Parking Parallel parking is strung along the south curb edge of Lindahl Drive.

Traffic Control

There are not defined areas of pedestrian crossings to safely cross

Traffic control is an issue currently on Lindahl Drive. Several factors

the street. Persons cross the street where it is convenient for them

contribute to the deficiencies. The day-to-day traffic on campus coupled

often emerging between the parked cars anywhere along the street.

with parallel parking and pedestrian circulation is a safety concern.

This condition presents a potential safety concern with vehicular and

The change in grade of Lindahl Drive presents visibility challenges

pedestrian conflicting.

for drivers, parked cars, and pedestrians. Means shall be taken to provide greater visibility and slow traffic speeds. In addition defined

Athletic Bus Drop-off

crosswalks are necessary.

The current bus drop-off south of Carlson Natatorium is limited to two buses at one time. This currently does not meet the needs of

Landscape materials and features

the athletics department where as many as four buses are loading or

Lindahl Drive contains sporadic landscaping. Much of the drive is lined

unloading teams at a time.

with turf. A few areas, like to the north of Peterson Fine Arts, there are a series of Ash Trees planted. The landscaping at the intersection of Highway 15 and Lindahl Drive does not address the scale of the amount of land. The landscaping in this corridor does not relate or tie in well with the standard landscaping in the heart of campus. Northwest & Southeast retaining wall at Memorial Stadium The segmental retaining wall is failing due to pressure of the earth.

Photo of athletic bus drop-off.

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The wall needs to be replaced with a substantial, permanent solution that addresses the amount of grade change and is no longer a maintenance issue for the College. Mechanical Systems Lindahl Drive does not contain any mechanical systems other than the site utilities discussed in the previous section. Electrical Systems Lindahl Drive does not contain any electrical systems other than the electrical site utilities discussed in the previous section. Photo of northwest retaining wall at Memorial Stadium

The following contains a brief discussion of the special or unique issues and technical criteria identified during the programming, schematic

Diagram illustrating accessible routes around Peterson Fine Arts.

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Programmatic Deficiencies There are currently no WSC academic programs that are housed or scheduled to take place on Lindahl Drive. All other activities that take place on Lindahl Drive supplement programs that take place in other buildings or facilities on campus. Athletics and campus recreation activities utilize Lindahl for access and activities. Please see “Design Considerations� for a list of improvements that should be included in a future project to enhance the programs that currently take place in association with Lindahl Drive. Photos and Diagrams of Existing Conditions Traffic congestion exists at the intersection of Highway 15 and Lindahl Drive.

The lack of a defined entry point creates an ambiguous entrance into campus.

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The following photographs taken in the Winter 2013/Spring 2014 illustrate the typical existing conditions found at Lindahl Drive.


View s from afar and near of the undefined entry into campus from Highway 15.

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View of the south entry doors of Peterson Fine Arts.

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Views of the northern side of Peterson Fine Arts and Lied Performing Arts Center.

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COMPARISON OF PROGRAM STATEMENT TO PROPOSED DESIGN DEVELOPMENT NOT USED This project consists of infrastructure improvements and additional exterior amenities for the facilities that are adjacent to Lindahl and Anderson Drive. This project does not contain any interior building square footage improvements. Therefore there is no matrix included but general area descriptions are given to define extent of project.

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Aerial view of campus.

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DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS design and design development phases that are required to satisfy

• Provide a slight arc in Lindahl Drive as the 2012 master plan shows

the goals and objectives of the project.

to slow traffic, and provide more room between the curb and the

Design Requirements

fence of the football field. Area directly north of Peterson Fine

• Provide location(s) for entry markers or gateway into campus at

Arts in this arc shall be an elongated speed bump with paving

the intersection of Highway 15 and Lindahl Drive. Provision for

and texture change to encourage slowing traffic and allow for

power and landscaping at the markers would be made.

festivals and other events.

• Provide a right-turn lane from Lindahl Drive onto Highway 15 and

• A drop-off shall be added along the south side of Lindahl Drive

a planted median to separate traffic and provide improved safety.

directly North of Peterson Fine Arts with an accessible path the

• Provide (2) additional bus drop-off and queuing zones to the south of Carlson Natatorium. • Reconfigure parking to angular parking and consolidate parking to provide allocation for defined crosswalks and a drop-off zone north of Peterson Fine Arts. • Defined crosswalks shall be placed at critical locations with a change in pavement color or texture and elevation. Crosswalks have raised sections of paving to act as an elongated speed bump to slow traffic. • An accessible route shall be provided east to west on the north side of Peterson Fine Arts with a drop-off zone incorporated.

north entry of Peterson Fine Arts. • Improvements to the south of Peterson Fine Arts shall address a bus drop-off. • A plaza south of Peterson Fine Arts shall be incorporated. The South Arts Plaza will act as an elongated speed bump to define the area and slow traffic. The area will be paved with a color or textured concrete. • Improved lighting along Lindahl and Anderson Drive will be incorporated in the design. Light standards shall include an option for banners or campus branding. Plaza spaces shall have lighting included to provide supplemental lighting.

• A terraced ramp/planting area/terrace north of Peterson Fine Arts

• Landscape features and materials shall be designed for low

shall replace the concrete stair. The area will serve as seat walls

maintenance and to contribute to the overall character and

for events at Memorial Field and events at Peterson and Lied.

softening of the amount of concrete paving and walks.

• The segmental CMU retaining walls on the north side of Peterson Fine Arts and Lied shall be demolished and reconfigured to be

• All work shall follow WSC Campus Design and Standard Specifications.

cast-in-place concrete with a form liner to provide an aesthetic texture.

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Lindahl Drive Renovation Concept Plans

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Renovated retaining wall at Memorial Field


Carlson Natatorium Football Parking

Bus drop-off

Lindahl Drive

Festival Plaza Drop-off

Highway 15

Crosswalk Lied PA Center

Anderson Drive

Peterson Fine Arts

North Terrace

Anderson Drive

Rice Auditorium

South Arts Plaza

Lindahl Drive renovation scope of work concept plan.

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Lindahl Drive renovation scope of work concept plan.

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Lindahl Drive

Elongated speed bump Festival Plaza Drop-off

Walls Walk Planting

North Terrace Peterson Fine Arts

Peterson Fine Arts north terrace concept plan.

Lied Performing Arts Center

Peterson Fine Arts

Drop-off South Arts Plaza Anderson Drive

Elongated speed bump

Peterson Fine Arts south arts plaza concept plan.

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Parking stall count per the concept plan: Lindahl Drive Parking = 41 + 2 ADA stalls Anderson Drive Parking = 44 + 4 ADA stalls Football Parking = 36 stalls

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Character images of possible form liner for the castin-place concrete retaining walls at Peterson Fine Arts north terrace and Lied Performing Arts Center north entry.

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STREET TAILGATING FESTIVALS

SIDEWALK SITTING

PLANTING

TERRACE PRE-FUNCTION POST-FUNCTION TAILGATING

Diagrammatic section through terraced design on north side of Peterson Fine Arts. Section illustrates terraced planters with ramp and north Peterson terrace.

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Structural Considerations

Mechanical, Electrical and Special Systems

The structural design of the retaining walls shall be properly designed and engineered to resist overturning or hydrostatic pressure. Located

Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning Systems

to avoid the minimum of utility disruption or impacts to underground

There are no heating, ventilation or air conditioning systems in this

systems.

project.

Additional Landscape Design Considerations

Electrical Distribution, Power and Wiring

In addition to the design specifications listed above the following

There will be no electrical distribution, power and wiring included

considerations will be addressed during the final design phases:

in the project other than those discussed in the site utilities section.

• WSC has requested that the project not add additional landscape materials that may interfere with the existing plantings or would

Lighting Systems

add additional maintenance.

New energy efficient lighting systems are being provided as part of

• Any lawn irrigation systems damaged during the Lindahl Drive

the Lindahl Drive renovation project. The new lighting systems include

project construction will be replaced as part of the project.

general roadway lighting, path lighting, and step lighting at the north

• All areas damaged by the project and affected by the reconstruction

and south terraces at Peterson Fine Arts and Lied. Please see the

will be re-sodded or re-seeded. • The Contractor must consult with the WSC landscape/horticulture

attached Design Development documents which show the full extent of the systems included in the project.

staff during the construction phase for proper protection procedures and for additional requirements. Young trees recently planted will

A/V and Campus IT Systems

be moved/relocated and then replanted after construction is

There will be no A/V or Campus IT systems included in the project

completed.

other than those discussed in the site utilities section.

Fire and Life Safety Systems Fire Alarm System and Fire Sprinkler Systems No fire alarm or fire sprinkler systems are included in the project.

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Historic and Architectural Significance

Alternates

Currently Lindahl Drive is not listed on the National Register of Historic

During the course of completing the contract documents ADD or

Places, and it is not eligible for listing, therefore, no consultation or

DEDUCT alternates will be identified to provide the College with

design reviews with the Nebraska State Historic Preservation office

flexibility on the final project budget.

will be required per State Statute 72-808, 809, and 810.

Artwork This project is funded with Cash and Student Capital Improvement

fee funds, therefore, it falls under the one percent art requirement for construction and remodeling projects. The budget includes a one percent allowance for art.

Phasing This project will be constructed in phases. Three phases have been identified to accommodate funding sources and to minimize the impact on the campus. Phasing will be coordinated to maintain critical access points to facilities and events. The project schedule anticipates that the first phase of construction would be initiated as soon as possible after Board approval. Please see the attached project schedule and phasing diagram for more information.

Future Expansion This Project is not anticipated to require expansion.

Design Development Drawings The Concept and Design Development documents are found in Appendix A at the end of this report.

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PROJECT BUDGET AND FISCAL IMPACT Cost Estimate Criteria Standards, Comparisons and Sources Used to Develop the Estimated Cost An independent building cost consultant was utilized to develop a detailed cost estimate for the program statement and design development phase. These estimates were compared to published data and to similar construction projects in this region. The Year and Month on which the Estimates are Made and the Inflation Factors Used The estimate was made to reflect the construction cost as of summer 2016. Total Project Cost Total project cost including construction cost, equipment, professional services, etc., is estimated to be $1,935,333. Please see the following estimate for additional information. Construction Cost Base Bid construction cost including new construction, major and minor renovations, is estimated to be $1,540,285.

Phases identified during programming and design development work sessions. Project estimate is broken down in the identified phasing.

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Design Development Budget Summary Item

Total costs

1. Program Planning and Design Development

$68,409

Phase 1

Phase 2.1

Phase 2.2

Phase 2.3

Phase 3.0

2. Professional Fees a. Professional Design/Engineering Consultants

$112,157

$53,947

$25,586

$13,603

$9,474

$9,547

b. Reimbursable Costs

$24,000

$8,000

$5,000

$5,000

$3,000

$3,000

c. In-house Consultants

$-

d. Other Consultants

$12,000

$8,000

$4,000

$148,157

$69,947

$34,586

$18,603

$12,474

$12,547

General Construction

$705,191

$334,451

$177,817

$123,840

$124,801

Site Utilities

$-

$-

$-

$-

$-

Subtotal 3. Construction Costs a. General -- Including:

OH Profit/Builders Risk/Bond

$14,104

$6,689

$3,556

$2,477

$2,496

$1,495,422

$719,295

$341,140

$181,373

$126,317

$127,297

$-

$-

$-

$-

$-

$-

Earthwork, Site Prep, Pilings

$-

$-

$-

$-

$-

$-

Utilities beyond 5'

$-

$-

$-

$-

$-

$-

Parking, Drives, Roads, Walks, Landscaping

$-

$-

$-

$-

$-

$-

$-

$-

$-

$-

$-

$-

$1,495,422

$719,295

$341,140

$181,373

$126,317

$127,297

Subtotal b. Fixed Equipment c. Site Improvements- including:

Subtotal Subtotal Construction Cost (2014)

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Design Development Budget Summary (continued) Item

Total Costs

Phase 1

Phase 2.1

Phase 2.2

Phase 2.3

Phase 3

$44,863

$21,579

$10,234

$5,441

$3,790

$3,819

Total Construction Cost (incl Escalation)

$1,540,285

$740,874

$351,374

$186,815

$130,106

$131,116

4. Movable Equipment/Furnishings

$-

$-

$-

$-

$-

$-

5. Special/Technical Equipment*

$-

$-

$-

$-

$-

$-

6. Land Acquisition

$-

$-

$-

$-

$-

$-

7. Artwork Allowance (1%)

$14,954

$7,193

$3,411

$1,814

$1,263

$1,273

a. Insurance

$-

$-

$-

$-

$-

$-

b. State Fire Marshal Plan Review

$-

$-

$-

$-

$-

$-

c. Handicap Accessibility Review

$500

$500

$-

$-

$-

$-

d. Moving and Relocation Costs

$-

$-

$-

$-

$-

$-

e. Testing/Survey/Special Inspections/Geotech

$9,000

$5,000

$1,000

$1,000

$1,000

$1,000

f. Hazardous Materials Abatement

$-

$-

$-

$-

$-

$-

$9,500

$5,500

$1,000

$1,000

$1,000

$1,000

9. Project Contingency

$154.028

$74,087

$35,137

$18,681

$13,011

$13,112

Total Project Costs

$1,935,333

$897,601

$425,509

$226,913

$157,854

$159,048

Escalation (2016)

8. Other Costs

Subtotal

Qualifications: • No sales tax is included. Assumed facility/project is tax exempt • Assumed project will be competitively bid • Assumed construction to be during normal working hours • Construction costs shall be used for budgeting and planning purposes only and shall not be used as an actual bid.

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FUNDING INFORMATION Total Funding Required Total project cost is $1,935,333. Funding will be provided from Cash and Student Capital Improvement Fee Funds.

Project Funding Sources with Amounts and/or Percentage of Each Cash Funds Cash fund will contribute about 76% of the funding for this project. Federal Funds No Federal Funds have been identified for this project. LB 309 Funds No LB 309 Funds will be used for this project. Revenue Bonds No Revenue Bond Funds will be used for this project. Private Donations No Private Donations will be used to fund this project. Other Sources Approximately 24% of the funding will come from Student Capital Improvement Fee Funds.

Fiscal Year Expenditures for Project Duration FY 2014-2015 $897,601 FY 2015-2016 $1,037,732 Total Project Cost $1,935,333

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TIME LINE Needs Statement A Needs Statement was not prepared for the proposed project. Lindahl Drive was identified in the 2012 Campus Facilities Master Plan as a priority renovation project. Program and Design Development Statement Six Months

Program Statement and Design Development

April 24, 2014

Board of Trustees Approves Program and Design Development Statement

Funding Summer 2013-2014

Cash and Student Capital Improvement Fee Funds

Phase 1 Construction Documents Receive Bids for Phase I Construction Spring 2015

Issue Phase 1 for Bidding

Spring 2015

Construction Bids Accepted

Spring 2015

Chancellor Approves Construction Bid on behalf of Board of Directors

Award Contract and Start of Construction May 2015

Start Construction

Completion of Construction Summer 2015

Substantial Completion

Summer 2015

Final Completion

Phase 2 & 3 Construction Documents Final dates to be confirmed.

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HIGHER EDUCATION SUPPLEMENT CCPE Review It is not required for this project to have final approval by the Coordinating Commission for Postsecondary Education.

Method of Contracting Identification of Method The College will utilize the design, bid, build project delivery process for the Lindahl Drive Renovation Project. Rationale for Method Selection This method has proven to be a cost effective means of achieving a competitive price for implementing projects. It is suitable to the construction methods anticipated for the necessary work and typical of the contracting methods for the Wayne area.

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A PPENDIX Drawing Index Concept Drawings: Existing Site Plan Concept Site Plan Enlarged Concept Site Plan Enlarged Concept Phasing Plan Design Development Drawings: C1.1 Site Plan C2.1 Demolition Plan C3.1 Grading Plan C4.1 Utility Plan C5.1 Paving Plan L1.0 Conceptual Landscape Plan

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Rice Auditorium

Carlson Natatorium Football Parking

Bus drop-off

Bus drop-off Crosswalk

Lindahl Drive

Crosswalk

Elongated speed bump

Walls

Festival Plaza

Walls

Drop-off

Walk

North Terrace

Highway 15

Entry Marker

Planting Lied Performing Arts Center

Peterson Fine Arts

Drop-off South Arts Plaza Anderson Drive

Elongated speed bump


Final WSC Lindahl Drive Renovation DD Report  
Final WSC Lindahl Drive Renovation DD Report  
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