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1 Starting Fiscal Year: 2012 Project Class: Program Agency Priority: 3 Project Summary CWU completed a self-funded predesign on the existing vacated Samuelson Union Building (SUB) in June 2010, which was submitted to OFM July 1, CWU received design funding in the biennium and is requesting construction funds to renovate the existing SUB into a 129,260 GSF STEM center. Project Proposed Project: (See Attachments in support to the following Project ). Samuelson Union Building has been mothballed since 2006 when the 1920s-era building was replaced by a new, student-funded Student Union and Recreation Center. CWU proposes to return Samuelson to service as an integrated computer science technology center, the Samuelson Computer science and Technology Center (SCTC). The scope of work includes replacement of the oldest, southern portion of the building and the renovation of the northern portion. The new facility will house the departments of Computer Science; Mathematics; Information technology and Administrative Management (ITAM); and Multi-Modal learning, which requires specialized facilities for online curriculum development. SCTC also will provide safe and secure space for the telecommunications system and the data center that stores and backs up key databases for student and research information. Samuelson is centrally located on the Ellensburg campus and is a critical component of the science neighborhood. This group of buildings houses all of the key CWU science facilities and brings together faculty, staff and students for maximum collaboration and coordination of facilities and personnel. Opportunity/Problem Statement: Problem: The Samuelson Union Building (SUB) was constructed in 1926 as the College Union Building. The structure has been remodeled five times since 1936; the most recent addition was in The facility houses the campus data center, including sensitive research and student data. This critical information is housed in a structure with unreinforced brick and no fire protection. Samuelson also houses the university's 1970s-era phone system, a network of copper twisted pair wire, connected to thousands of phones campus wide. The phone system lacks a backup and the technology is not supported. No updates are available to the system, preventing basic automation of the system. Samuelson housed services and activities for the Associated Students of CWU. In 2006 the Samuelson Union Building was vacated and has since been used for storage. The facility has a flat roof, poor ventilation, inefficient lighting, crumbling infrastructure, and inflexible space. Life-safety issues from asbestos and mold mitigation to earthquake preparedness--call for a major renovation in order to meet any modern building standards. The unreinforced, load-bearing masonry structure throughout the original, southern half of the building would require substantial wall reinforcing and reconstruction to improve seismic resistance. Therefore this portion of the facility is slated for demolition and replacement. Agency and Statewide Support: The construction of the Samuelson Computer science and Technology Center supports all of the priorities of the CWU strategic plan: 1.) Teaching and Learning, by enhancing the quality and opportunities for students and faculty in high-demand STEM fields, particularly opportunity for first-generation students who represent a third of CWU enrollment. 2.) Inclusivity And Diversity, by providing the hands-on experience and individualized learning experience that is preferred by many under-represented and first-generation students, particularly for STEM education. 3.) Scholarship and Creative Expression, by providing new opportunities for collaborative and interdisciplinary research in fields of critical importance to the state and the nation, and by creating a facility that will help to generate external funding for research and scholarship by students and faculty. 1

2 4.) Public Service and Community Engagement, by providing facilities to support CWU community outreach for STEM education. 5.) Resource Development and Stewardship, by enhancing enrollment and external partnerships. The project supports the following state goals: Results Washington Priorities GOAL 1. WORLD CLASS EDUCATION Postsecondary Access (1.3, 1.3.a, b, g) Postsecondary Success (2.3, 2.3 a, e) Project Benefits: In addition to the benefits cited above, the renovation and expansion of the Samuelson Computer science and Technology Center provides the following benefits: Modern education and research facilities for STEM programs: Math, Computer Science, ITAM Specialized digital production facilities for online degree programs Expanded online degree programs; CWU already has more degree programs fully online than any Washington baccalaureate Enhanced distributed degree programs to time- and place-bound students. Integrated facilities that allow for better coordination among faculty, staff and students More efficient use of resources due to consolidation of STEM faculty, staff and students in one location Enhanced quality of education providing up-to-date information technology facilities Enhanced security and integrity for sensitive student and research data files Efficient use of state funding by repurposing an existing building, rather than building an entirely new one Significant improvement in energy utilization efficiency. The new systems will cost less to operate on a square foot basis than the existing Affects on Clients and Services: This project will directly affect the campus community and services in the following ways: Enhances the quality and number of online degree programs and increasing access to total degree programs by providing specialized digital production facilities for online degree programs Improves instructional and research facilities for STEM programs: Math, Computer Science, ITAM Improves coordination among faculty, staff and students by providing appropriate facilities in the Science Neighborhood Makes more efficient use of resources due to consolidation of STEM faculty, staff and students in one location Enhances quality of education providing up-to-date information technology facilities Enhances security and integrity for sensitive student and research data files Increases efficiency of the use of state funding by repurposing an existing building, rather than building an entirely new one Support to State and Community Programs: Enhances the quality and number of online degree programs, increasing access to total degree programs, by providing specialized digital production facilities for online degree programs Improves instructional and research facilities for STEM programs: Math, Computer Science, ITAM Improves coordination among faculty, staff and students by providing appropriate facilities in the Science Neighborhood 2

3 Makes more efficient use of resources due to consolidation of STEM faculty, staff and students in one location Enhances quality of education providing up-to-date information technology facilities Enhances security and integrity for sensitive student and research data files Increases efficiency of the use of state funding by repurposing an existing building, rather than building an entirely new one. Operating Budget Impacts: There are no operation impacts during the current biennium of the project design development and construction. With occupancy of the additional 129,260 gross square feet for the CWU, the project increases total operating costs of the campus: Personnel: 2 FTE for custodial, 2.3 FTE for maintenance and information resources, and.5 FTE for public safety/security for staffing, and repair and maintenance parts, supplies, etc. Utilities Costs: $201,646 (129,290 GSF X $1.56 per GSF). Annual increases are calculated at an inflation rate of 3 percent. (Detail for the operating impacts is in the 'Operating Impacts' section.) Best Alternative: To address the identified need the following alternative solutions were considered: Renovation: CWU determined that the northern portion of Samuelson can be renovated. The north portion of the SUB was constructed of concrete, steel and reinforced masonry. While there have been some structural issues identified, the basic fabric of the structure is sound and suitable for renovation and adaptive reuse. However, the reuse of the southern portion was quickly ruled out as not cost effective or practicable. The low quality of existing construction, and the advanced deterioration of structural, mechanical, and electrical components assure that renovation would be extremely intensive and expensive. Further, code-mandated changes would significantly lower space efficiency and require significant additions. No Action: Taking no action to address the needs of the STEM programs of the university and continuing to leave the SUB vacant is simply not acceptable given the needs and necessity of the programs and the condition of the existing building. If CWU takes no action, the building will stand idle and increasingly generate health and safety problems. This option was rejected as the need to address the operational impacts to the programs was considered essential. If the project does not proceed: Conditions of the existing building will worsen. Educational goals and outcomes of the STEM programs will be more and more difficult to meet. Operation and maintenance costs will continue to increase. Instructional environments will continue to be insufficient. Appropriate instructional technology will not be present. Staff efficiency and morale will continue to suffer. Degree production in Math, ITAM, and Computer Science will slow. 3

4 Selected Alternative: The predesign team has selected a phased renovation and expansion of the existing SUB to create a modern technology-rich academic building as the basis of the proposed project. CWU's Funding Proposal: The university requests 100 percent state appropriation of $64.5 million in the biennium for the construction of a new southern portion of the SCTC and a renovation of the northern portion. Location City: Ellensburg County: Kittitas Legislative District: 013 Project Type Remodel/Renovate/Modernize (Major Projects) Growth Management impacts Central Washington University has addressed growth management impacts as lead agency for the project SEPA public review process. New Facility: No How does this fit in master plan CWU Campus Master Plan, July Funding Acct Code Account Title Estimated Expenditures Prior Biennium Current Biennium Fiscal Period New Reapprops Approps State Bldg Constr-State 69,500,000 2,212,000 2,788,000 64,500,000 69,500,000 2,212,000 2,788, ,500, State Bldg Constr-State Future Fiscal Periods Schedule and Statistics Start Date End Date 4

5 Schedule and Statistics Predesign Design Construction Gross Square Feet: Usable Square Feet: Efficiency: Escalated MACC Cost per Sq. Ft.: Construction Type: Is this a remodel? A/E Fee Class: A/E Fee Percentage: Start Date End Date 10/1/2011 6/1/2015 8/1/2015 6/1/ ,260 73, % 295 College Classroom Facilities Yes B 9.55% Cost Summary Acquisition Costs Consultant Services Pre-Schematic Design Services Construction Documents Extra Services Other Services Design Services Contingency Consultant Services Escalated Cost % of Project 66, % 2,490, % 800, % 1,479, % 411, % 5,244, % Maximum Allowable Construction Cost(MACC) 38,143,196 Site work Related Project Costs Facility Construction GCCM Risk Contingency GCCM or Design Build Costs Construction Contingencies Non Taxable Items Sales Tax Construction Contracts Equipment Equipment Non Taxable Items Sales Tax 3,052, % 35,090, % 3,058, % 3,296, % 44,497, % 11,308, % 904, % 5

6 Cost Summary Equipment Art Work Other Costs Project Management Grand Escalated Costs Escalated Cost % of Project 12,213, % 190, % 1,128, % 1,224, % 64,500,000 Rounded Grand Escalated Costs 64,500,000 Operating Impacts one time start up and ongoing operating costs Acct Code Account Title FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FTE Full Time Employee General Fund-State 566, , , , , , , , , ,813 Narrative The construction of Samuelson Communication and Technology Center provides an additional 129,260 gross sq ft for the CWU, Ellensburg campus. The operational costs less the utilities costs includes 2 FTE for custodial, 2.3 FTE for maintenance and information resources, and.5 FTE for public safety/security for staffing, and repair and maintenance parts, supplies, etc. Utilities Costs Annual increases at inflation rate of 3%. Utilities Costs: $201,646 (129,290 GSF X $1.56 per GSF). 6

7 Parameter Biennium Agency Version Project Classification Capital Project Number Sort Order Include Page Numbers Entered As V3-A Project Priority Y Interpreted As V3-A All Project Classifications Priority Yes For Word or Excel N N User Group Agency Budget Agency Budget User Id All User Ids 7

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