City of Dallas. Asian American Cultural Center AACC MASTER PLAN STUDY DECEMBER 2011

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1 Asian American Cultural Center AACC MASTER PLAN STUDY DECEMBER 2011

2 Table of Contents Executive Summary... 1 Guiding Statement... 1 Acknowledgements... 1 Master Plan Summary Project Overview... 8 Background and History... 8 Goals for the Facility... 8 Scope of Work... 8 Schedule... 9 Review and Approvals by the City... 9 Project Team Demographics Demographics of Asian and Pacific Islander Population Existing Population and Demographic Factors Historic Trends in Population and Demographic Characteristics Summary and Implications Public Participation Qualitative Analysis: Engagement Quantitative Analysis: Participation Metrics Public Participation Results Utilization Methodology Indicators of Demand from Public Participation Process Program of Requirements Recommended Physical Program Functional Relationship Diagram Building Massing Images Building Massing Images Hypothetical Site Plan Hypothetical Context Plan Walking Distance To Light Rail Financial Analysis Estimated Construction Budget Estimated Operating Budget Earned Income and Possible Utilization Next Steps Next Steps Fund Raising Approaches Table of Contents Page i

3 Table of Contents (continued) 8 Case Studies Overview of Selected Case Studies Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center/ SOMArts Cultural Center, San Francisco, California Chinese Culture Center, San Francisco, California Oakland Asian Cultural Center, Oakland, California Wing Luke Asian Museum, Seattle, Washington [Proposed] Asian Pacific Cultural Center, Saint Paul, Minnesota Charles W. Eisemann Center, Richardson, Texas Dairy Center for the Arts, Boulder, Colorado Fort Worth Community Arts Center, Fort Worth, Texas Irving Arts Center, Irving, Texas Latino Cultural Center, Dallas, Texas Sammons Center for the Arts, Dallas, Texas Summary of Case Study Key Lessons Learned and Implications Appendix: Implementation Analysis Construction Cost Budget Building and Site Selection Criteria Site Selection Checklist Index of Figures Index of Tables Table of Contents Page ii

4 Executive Summary Guiding Statement The Dallas Asian American Cultural Center Master Plan was developed with the underlying vision for a facility that will serve as a regional arts center offering a variety of arts programs that celebrate and promote all Asian cultures. The Center will serve as a gathering place for North Texas Asian communities to celebrate their artistic heritage and for the community at-large to learn and be inspired by the multiple artistic expressions of Asian and Asian American Cultures. The Center will also serve as an integral component of the City of Dallas cultural facilities infrastructure, joining our other facilities such as the Latino Cultural Center and the South Dallas Cultural Center, to provide performance and exhibition space for the benefit of the public. Acknowledgements The Dallas Asian American Cultural Center is a publication of the City of Dallas, led by the Office of Cultural Affairs and the Public Works Department. The City of Dallas would like to thank the following individuals for their contribution to this project: Mary K. Suhm, City Manager Forest E. Turner, Assistant City Manager Jill A. Jordan, P.E., Assistant City Manager Maria Muñoz-Blanco, Director, Office of Cultural Affairs Greg MacPherson, Coordinator, Office of Cultural Affairs Ricardo Galceran, P.E., Director, Public Works Department Zaida Basora, AIA, Assistant Director, Public Works Department Errick Thompson, P.E., Director, Equipment and Building Services David Treviño, AIA, Sr. Program Manager, Facilities Architecture and Engineering Division, Public Works Department Robert Van Buren, AIA, Project Manager, Facilities Architecture and Engineering Division, Public Works Department In addition, the City of Dallas would like to thank the following organizations and individuals for their contributions to this project: Asian American Cultural Center Steering Committee Arts Advisory Group All the individuals who participated in the many town hall meetings and focus groups Executive Summary Page 1

5 This report, and the analytical work to develop the concepts for the Asian American Cultural Center, was prepared by: Hellmuth, Obata and Kassabaum (HOK) Sustainable Places, Sustainable Organizations Economics Research Associates (ERA) McAfee3 Architects Project Cost Resources MS Dallas Reprographics For more information about the Dallas Asian American Cultural Center project, please visit the Office of Cultural Affairs website: Executive Summary Page 2

6 Master Plan Summary 1 Process Overview The purpose of this, funded through the City of Dallas 2006 Bond Program, was to develop a Cultural Needs Assessment, Program of Requirements, and a Development and Operating Budget for an Asian American Cultural Center in the City of Dallas. The vision for the Center is to create a regional facility which offers a variety of programs that celebrate and promote all Asian Cultures and which will serve as a gathering place to showcase Asian artistic heritage. It will become an integral component of the City of Dallas cultural facilities system which provides performance and exhibition space for the benefit of the public. 2 Demographics A demographic analysis summarized the characteristics of the Asian American population in the City of Dallas and in the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA). The analysis reviewed population and census data for recent history, current status, and future trends. Several patterns were understood: Over 300,000 people in the Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) have Asian Pacific Islander (API) heritage; approximately 5 % of the total population, 30,000 people of API heritage live in the City of Dallas; approximately 3% of the population, The API population is very diverse; the largest populations are Indian, Vietnamese, Chinese, and Korean, The MSA areas with the highest API geographic density are suburban cities north of Dallas and in the mid-cities Plano, Richardson, Carrollton, Coppell, Arlington and Irving, The API population has higher-than-average educational attainment, income levels, and percentage of young professionals, all of which correlate highly with attendance at cultural facilities, and The API population has grown at over 7% per year over the past decade. 3 Public Participation An integral part of the development of the Master Plan was extensive participation by the community, especially representatives of the Asian population. Two major committees provided leadership: the Asian American Cultural Center Steering Committee and the Arts Advisory Group. More than 30 meetings were held to engage the public and understand their needs and requirements: meetings of both committees, town hall meetings and focus groups, and individual interviews and discussions. Highlights of the extent of the public outreach are: Over 350 individuals and organizations contacted, Executive Summary Page 3

7 Approximately 160 different people contributed to the process, and Almost 300 participants have attended the various meetings. The public participation process identified key goals for a future Asian American Cultural Center: To promote an exchange / bridging of the cultures Asian to American, and American to Asian, To facilitate interaction among the diverse Asian American population in North Texas, and promote better understanding of Asian cultures, To create a place to showcase Asian American identity & image through performance and exhibits, learning and education, To select a site in a central location that is easily accessible to the widest population, and To allow for growth and reduce initial cost consider a phased program. Also from the public engagement processes, several priorities for utilization were defined: Events and activities that are organized, produced, and presented by the Center itself, and Programs and activities by organizations or artists who rent the space are presented during offpeak hours. 4 Utilization The Study indicated a significant demand for the types of programs and events which a Dallas Asian American Cultural Center could house. Actual program demand will depend on the final solution and types of spaces provided at the facility. This demand drives the number, types and sizes of the spaces included in the Program of Requirements. Annual Days of Usage Space 400 Auditorium 350 Exhibit / Gallery Area 400 Multipurpose / Pre-function Area 450 Classrooms 450 Conference Room 150 Outdoor Spaces Executive Summary Page 4

8 5 Program of Requirements Based upon the above analysis, with direction from the City of Dallas team concerning city-owned cultural centers, the consulting team developed a preliminary physical space program for the facility. Major spaces and their projected areas include: Square Feet Space 7,700 NSF Theater for 500 in auditorium-style seating 4,000 NSF Exhibit Area 5,500 NSF Lobby / Cultural Events Area 3,900 NSF Classrooms / Studios 3,100 NSF Theater Support 1,100 NSF Operations / Offices 2,200 NSF Building Support 27,500 NSF Total Net Area (Net Square Feet) 16,500 SF Circulation, Mechanical, Structural Spaces 44,000 GSF Total Building Gross Area (Gross Square Feet) 9.7 acres Total Site Area, including parking + open space General concepts were developed to "test fit" how the building spatial elements could be combined. This diagram is not intended to demonstrate an actual design of the building on a specific site. Executive Summary Page 5

9 6 Financial Analysis The City of Dallas team and the consulting team developed an estimated construction budget, based on the city's historical experience constructing the Latino Cultural Center, and current construction costs for similar buildings. The estimated construction budget is $22 million, for site development and the 44,000 GSF building. This equates to approximately $500 per gross square foot. The City of Dallas cost sharing policies related to construction include: Land Acquisition and Preparation 75% maximum public contribution 25% minimum private contribution Design and Construction 60% maximum public contribution 40% minimum private contribution The teams also collaborated on estimating the operating budget and earned income projection. The annual operating budget, in a stabilized operating year, is estimated to be $1 million. Projections to cover that expense are $750,000 for a reasonable earned income target and $250,000 for the resulting required contributed income. 7 Next Steps The next step in the process involves a public-private partnership structure. Specific tasks include: Create a non-profit organization Develop a fundraising program Build management team Select site For both the operating and capital fundraising requirements, optional approaches include: A city-owned and operated facility, A city-owned facility operated through a management agreement with a to-be-organized 501(c)(3) not-for-profit community organization and A community-owned and operated facility. In all cases, the private sector must provide leadership and be actively involved in the execution of a wellplanned and organized fundraising campaign. Executive Summary Page 6

10 8 Case Studies An important part of the included awareness of state-of-the-art characteristics at other Asian cultural centers around the country, as well as the types of cultural programs and facilities available at other cultural centers in the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex. Eleven major facilities were analyzed and summarized in this document, in addition to review of many other facilities for benchmarking and best practices. The analysis included study of the programs, history, attendance, operations, financial performance and income generation. Highlights of the lessons-learned from the case studies include: Programs Most successful centers are creators, producers and presenters of unique programs and cultural events, A center should accommodate a wide range of events, performances, exhibits, classes, workshops, and festivals, Some centers serve a particular market niche rather than having a broad market appeal, Resident performing groups, art collections, and educational curricula must be carefully considered for their unique requirements, and Programs, exhibits and events locally produced or generated by a center are strong contributors to fundraising. 9 Appendix An appendix includes detailed construction budget information, and criteria and checklists for site selection. Executive Summary Page 7

11 1 Project Overview Background and History For many years, the Asian American community has discussed the need for an Asian American Cultural Center in the City of Dallas. In November 2006, Dallas voters approved a Bond Program that included funds for an Asian Cultural Center. The purpose of this study was to develop a cultural needs assessment and master plan for an Asian American Cultural Center in the Dallas area. Goals for the Facility The Guiding Statement for the Asian American Cultural Center, as set forth by the City of Dallas, is a facility that will serve as a regional arts center that offers a variety of arts programs that celebrate and promote all Asian and Asian American Cultures. The center will serve as a gathering place for North Texas Asian communities to celebrate their artistic heritage and for the community at-large to learn and be inspired by the multiple artistic expressions of Asian Cultures. The center will also serve as an integral component of the City of Dallas cultural facilities infrastructure, joining our other facilities such as the Latino Cultural Center and the South Dallas Cultural Center, to provide performance and exhibition space for the benefit of the public. Scope of Work The Scope of Work for the Master Plan project to develop an Asian American Cultural Center within the political area of the City of Dallas included three major elements: A Cultural Needs Assessment to create a clear picture of current arts and cultural activities within the Asian American Community in Dallas, A Building Program of Requirements to identify the required space in size and function to meet the cultural needs as identified in the need assessment phase, and Development of Site Selection criteria to evaluate candidate sites that includes definition of prototypical site selection parameters that correspond to the spatial needs requirements. The consulting team facilitated community engagement in multiple forums, with guidance by the City of Dallas. Asian leaders were engaged as members of the Steering Committee. The community at-large was invited to participate in several focus groups and town hall Meetings. 1 Project Overview Page 8

12 Schedule The goal for the project schedule was to determine a rough order of magnitude cost for a proposed facility prior to the next City of Dallas Bond cycle. The project was initiated in January of Review and Approvals by the City The City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs (OCA) and City of Dallas Public Works Department (PBW) provided leadership and direction on all aspects of the project. Numerous meetings and work sessions were held with the City of Dallas team and the consulting team. Multiple strategies and concepts were analyzed and refined. The project scope, program of requirements and financial approach were confirmed and approved by the City of Dallas team. Project Team Office of Cultural Affairs Role: Client department responsible for all city cultural facilities and oversight of the city s cultural system Key staff: Maria Muñoz-Blanco, Director of Cultural Affairs; Kristina Elizondo, Cultural Programs Manager (through August 2009); Greg MacPherson, Cultural Programs Coordinator Public Works Department Role: Oversees capital projects for the City of Dallas and is in charge of contract management Key staff: HOK Role: Key Staff: Zaida Basora, Assistant Director (since October 2010); Errick Thompson, Assistant Director (through September 2010); David Treviño, Sr. Program Manager; Robert Van Buren, Project Manager Primary consultant responsible for delivering: Program of Requirements, Feasibility Analysis and Pete Winters, Managing Director; Nestor Infanzon, Principal In Charge (through November 2009); Andie Moeder, Programming Leader; Tim Barry, Feasibility Study; Isilay Civan, Programming and Research; Mark Bowers, Site Planning; Farzine Hakimi, Site Planning; Lars Erickson, Site Planning Sustainable Places, Sustainable Organizations Role: Public communications and Community Involvement Key Staff: Catherine Horsey, Public Relations Consultant 1 Project Overview Page 9

13 Economic Research Associates Role: Responsible for demographic and funding studies Key Staff: William Lee, Principal In Charge; Linda Cheu, Project Manager; Shayna Ferullo, Project Analyst; Sarah Linford, Project Analyst McAfee 3 Architects Role: Leader of development of Site Criteria, support for Master Planning Key Staff: Charyl McAfee-Duncan Project Cost Resources Role: Construction Budgeting Key Staff: Belinda Williams MS Dallas Reproductions Role: Printing and Documentation Key Staff: David Schroeder 1 Project Overview Page 10

14 2 Demographics Demographics of Asian and Pacific Islander Population In this section, research related to the demographics of the Asian and Pacific Islander (API) population in the Dallas region is summarized, including population and population growth, ethnic composition, key demographics such as age, gender, education, income, and occupation, and geographic distribution of the population. The existing characteristics of the population were reviewed followed with an examination of changes during the past 10 years. Finally, a map showing an overlay of the DART system with the geographic distribution of the API population is included. Existing Population and Demographic Factors Below are summaries of key findings related to the current size and demographics of the Dallas API population. Population Trends: Size, Growth, Composition & Geographic Distribution The size of the API population was over 32,000 in Dallas and nearly 290,000 in the MSA in Approximately 10 percent of the total API population in the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) is within Dallas city limits (see Table 1). The API population comprised 2.6 percent of the Dallas population and 4.8 percent of the Dallas MSA in 2007 (see Figure 3). Table 1: Total Population by Race, 2007 Dallas MSA Number % Number % White alone 699, % 4,265, % Black or African American alone 287, % 864, % Some other race alone 199, % 577, % API alone 32, % 289, % Two or more races 14, % 112, % American Indian and Alaska Native alone 6, % 29, % Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone % 5, % Total 1,240, % 5,979, % Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2007 American Community Survey 2 Demographics Page 11

15 Figure 2: Proportion of MSA Asian and Pacific Islander Population in Dallas Dallas 10% Figure 1: Asian and Pacific Islander Percentage of Dallas Population API alone, 2.6% Total, 100% MSA 90% Figure 3: Asian and Pacific Islander Percentage of MSA API alone, 4.8% Total, 100% The largest Asian and Pacific Islander ethnic groups in both Dallas and the broader MSA, respectively, are Asian Indian (24 and 30 percent), Vietnamese (23 and 24 percent), Chinese (19 and 15 percent), and Korean (9 and 8 percent). The remaining API population of 34 percent in Dallas and 31 percent in the MSA includes Filipino, Thai, Laotian, Cambodian, Japanese, and other Asian ethnic groups (see Table 2). 2 Demographics Page 12

16 Table 2: Asian and Pacific Islander Population by Ethnic Group, 2007 Dallas 1 % Dallas Total MSA % MSA Total Asian Indian 6,958 24% 86,427 30% Vietnamese 6,689 23% 68,144 24% Chinese 5,620 19% 43,452 15% Korean 2,712 9% 24,178 8% Filipino 2,019 7% 19,119 7% Thai 1,101 4% 4,833 2% Laotian 942 3% 5,125 2% Cambodian 846 3% 4,833 2% Japanese 798 3% 6,296 2% Other Asian 713 2% 7,440 3% Other Asian, not specified 509 2% 2,868 1% Pakistani 443 1% 10,900 4% Taiwanese 257 1% 2,284 1% Bangladeshi 132 0% 1,997 1% Sri Lankan 59 0% 819 0% Indonesian 56 0% 1,047 0% Malaysian 10 0% 1,521 1% Hmong 0 0% 852 0% Total 29, % 289, % Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2007 American Community Survey 1: Dallas reflects 3-year survey data, 2007 N/A Note: Slight variation in data due to 1 year and 3 year estimates for Dallas API Population 2 Demographics Page 13

17 Figure 4: Dallas Asian and Pacific Islander Population Breakout Other API, 6% Japanese, 3% Cambodian, 3% Laotian, 3% Thai, 4% Filipino, 7% Asian Indian, 24% Korean, 9% Vietnamese, 23% Chinese, 19% Figure 5: MSA Asian and Pacific Islander Population Breakout Japanese, 2% Laotian, 2% Thai, 2% Cambodian, 2% Pakistani, 4% Filipino, 7% Other API, 8% Asian Indian, 30% Korean, 8% Chinese, 15% Vietnamese, 24% 2 Demographics Page 14

18 The Asian and Pacific Islander population is somewhat dispersed throughout the MSA. Overall, there are 21 zip codes in the MSA in which the API population is more than 10 percent of the population (see Table 3). Table 3: 2008 MSA Asian and Pacific Islander Population Density (> 10%) by Zip Code, 2008 Zip City Total Population API Population % API Richardson 20,400 4,900 24% Plano 31,100 7,100 23% Irving 30,400 6,500 21% Plano 55,900 11,600 21% Dallas 24,100 4,600 19% Richardson 34,600 6,100 18% Fort Worth 2, % Irving 6,700 1,100 16% Irving 27,600 4,600 17% Garland 40,600 6,500 16% Carrollton 20,200 3,200 16% Plano 54,200 8,600 16% Carrollton 57,400 9,100 16% Garland 38,900 5,700 15% Arlington 33,500 4,400 13% Plano 15,200 1,900 13% Plano 38,200 4,700 12% Coppell 39,600 4,700 12% Plano 49,200 5,800 12% Dallas 60,100 6,900 11% Arlington 27,600 3,200 12% Carrollton 49,000 5,100 10% Dallas 50,100 5,000 10% Euless 32,900 3,300 10% Source: ESRI, ERA Demographics: Age, Gender & Education The Dallas Asian and Pacific Islander population has a significantly lower percentage of people under 18 years of age compared to the overall Dallas population. The percentage under 18 years of age in the Asian and Pacific Islander population is also slightly lower in the MSA. This indicates a lower percentage of API families in Dallas compared to the general population. There is a corresponding increased percentage of people between 25 to 44 years of age (particularly in the 25 to 34 range) in both Dallas and the MSA, which as further occupation data will show, suggests a substantial young professional demographic (see Table 4). 2 Demographics Page 15

19 Table 4: Population by Age, 2007 Dallas MSA API Total API Total Under 5 years 7% 9% 9% 8% 5 to 17 years 13% 18% 18% 20% 18 to 24 years 9% 10% 8% 9% 25 to 34 years 25% 18% 20% 16% 35 to 44 years 19% 16% 20% 16% 45 to 54 years 13% 13% 13% 14% 55 to 64 years 8% 8% 8% 9% 65 to 74 years 5% 4% 4% 5% 75 years and over 2% 4% 2% 4% Median Age Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2007 American Community Survey In Dallas, the API population comprises about 2 percent of the total school enrollment, while in the MSA, the API population is 5 percent of total enrollment (see Table 5). These statistics, combined with the demographic data related to age, indicate that there are fewer API families with children than in the general population, and API families have a tendency to live in the suburbs at greater rates than the general population. Table 5: Enrollment for Asian and Pacific Islander Population, 2007 Dallas MSA API Enrollment 7,199 87,160 Total Enrollment 305,344 1,664,852 % Asian 2% 5% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2007 American Community Survey Dallas MSA Enrolled in nursery school, kindergarten ,196 Enrolled in grade 1 to grade 8 2,324 32,002 Enrolled in grade 9 to grade ,948 Enrolled in college or graduate school 3,417 30,014 Total Enrolled in School 7,199 87,160 Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2007 American Community Survey 2 Demographics Page 16

20 In Dallas and the MSA, a slightly higher percentage of the API population is female than male, although the population is roughly split evenly between female and male (see Figure 6). The breakdown by gender is fairly proportional to that of the general Dallas and MSA population. Figure 6: Asian and Pacific Islander Gender by Market Area 53% 51% 49% 50% 50% 49% 51% 47% 45% Male Female Male Female Dallas MSA Note: percentages are rounded to whole numbers Education levels are significantly higher for the API population in both regions, with the percentage of individuals receiving a Bachelor or Graduate degree more than double that of the entire population. Sixty percent of the API population in Dallas and 55 percent in the MSA have a Bachelor or Graduate degree, compared to 27 and 30 percent for the population as a whole (see Table 6). Table 6: Population (+25 years) by Educational Attainment, 2007 Dallas MSA API Total API Total Less than 9th grade 4% 15% 5% 9% 9th to 12th grade, no diploma 7% 15% 6% 10% High school graduate (includes equivalency) 20% 22% 17% 24% Some college, no degree 5% 16% 11% 21% Associate's degree 4% 5% 6% 6% Bachelor's degree 30% 18% 31% 21% Graduate degree 30% 9% 24% 9% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2007 American Community Survey 2 Demographics Page 17

21 The majority of the Dallas API population is foreign born, with 77 percent in Dallas and 70 percent in the MSA born outside the United States. Approximately 80 percent of the U.S. born Dallas API population and close to 70 percent of the U.S. born API population in the MSA were born in Texas (see Table 7). Table 7: Asia and Pacific Islander Population by Origin of Birth, 2007 Dallas MSA Born in Texas 18.0% 20.5% Born in other states in the United States 4.4% 8.1% Native; born outside the United States 0.3% 1.7% Foreign born 77.2% 69.7% Total 32, ,900 Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2007 American Community Survey The average household size for the API population is 2.47 in Dallas smaller than the overall population (2.65 persons). In the MSA, however the average household size for the API population is 3.14 which is higher than the general population average household size of 2.84 persons. Income and Occupation Income levels in the Asian population are higher than the general population in both markets, with fewer households in low income categories than the total population and more households in high income categories as compared to the total population. The median household income for the API community in Dallas is $51,000, compared to approximately $41,000 for the general population. In the MSA, the API average income level is $65,000 compared to $55,000 for the population at large (see Table 8). Table 8: Population by Household Income Distribution, 2007 Dallas MSA API Total API Total Less than $10,000 10% 9% 6% 6% $10,000 to $14,999 4% 6% 2% 4% $15,000 to $24,999 6% 14% 10% 10% $25,000 to $34,999 11% 13% 8% 11% $35,000 to $49,999 18% 16% 12% 15% $50,000 to $74,999 13% 16% 20% 19% $75,000 to $99,999 12% 9% 15% 13% $100,000 to $149,999 18% 8% 16% 13% $150,000 to $199,999 2% 3% 6% 5% $200,000 or more 6% 5% 6% 5% Median $51,000 $40,986 $65,000 $54,730 Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2007 American Community Survey 2 Demographics Page 18

22 Per capita income for the API population in Dallas is also higher than the average for the entire population at $35,000, compared to $26,000. However, for the MSA, the per capita income is almost the same, at $27,300 for the APIs and $27,600 overall. This is likely due to higher household sizes in the API population outside of Dallas. The greatest percentage of Asian and Pacific Islanders in both Dallas and the MSA work in the management/professional sector (52 and 51 percent respectively), computer/mathematical, business/management, architecture/engineering, or healthcare fields (Table 9). This is significantly higher than the overall population, of which 30 percent in Dallas and 35 percent in the MSA work in this sector. Table 9: Population by Occupation, 2007 API Population Dallas Total Population MSA API Population Total Population Management, professional, and related occupations 51.4% 30.0% 50.7% 35.2% Service occupations 18.4% 18.2% 12.4% 14.6% Sales and office occupations 15.6% 23.5% 22.3% 26.8% Farming, fishing, and forestry occupations 0.2% 0.1% 0.0% 0.1% Construction, extraction, maintenance, and repair occupations 2.4% 14.4% 2.9% 11.0% Production, transportation, and material moving occupations 12.0% 13.7% 11.6% 12.3% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2007 American Community Survey 2 Demographics Page 19

23 Figure 7: Dallas: Asian and Pacific Islander Population in Management, Professional, and Related Occupations by Category Healthcare practitioner and technical, 19% Management except farmers and farm managers, 12% Arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media, 4% Business and financial operations, 13% Education, training, and library, 11% Legal, 2% Community and social services, 3% Life, physical, and social science, 4% Architecture and engineering, 10% Computer and mathematical, 22% Figure 8: MSA: Asian and Pacific Islander Population in Management, Professional, and Related Occupations by Category Arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media, 3% Healthcare practitioner and technical, 16% Management except farmers and farm managers, 19% Education, training, and library, 7% Legal, 1% Community and social services, 1% Business and financial operations, 13% Life, physical, and social science, 3% Architecture and engineering, 11% Computer and mathematical, 26% 2 Demographics Page 20

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