Missouri State University - Hill Hall

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Missouri State University - Hill Hall

Project Schedule

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2018 J

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programming 2 WEEKS

schematic design 6 WEEKS

design development 8 WEEKS

construction documents 12 WEEKS

bidding 4 WEEKS

move out 2 WEEKS

construction SYMBOL KEY Meetings / Coordination Owner Review Cost Estimate Construction Contract

52 WEEKS

closeout

(bi-weekly progress meetings with owner, architect & contractor during construction)

commissioning 4 WEEKS

FF&E 4 WEEKS

move in 2 WEEKS

KCU Administration Building Example

Helix led Kansas City University through the renovation of the University’s historic Administration Building and developed a concept that re-used existing building infrastructure while re-configuring the space to address key objectives.

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KCU Administration Building Example

Prior to beginning design, Helix led a team of key stakeholders through programming, in which we were able to define the key goals for the project, understand the space needs of each department housed within the building and gain insights into the desired look and feel for the space.

“The renovation of our Administration Building has been a catalyst for cultural change. We are already seeing the benefits of improved access for students and enhanced inter-department communication. Across the board we are very proud and happy with the results.” - Tim Saxe, Kansas City University

What did programming look like for KCU?

1. Quantitative Programming

2. Qualitative Programming

Culture & Identity



Project Drivers

Workstyles

Look & Feel

Building Area Requirement SF Totals / Summary Existing Existing Division Division

Projected Projected

Proposed Proposed

Location SF SF Employees Employees SF Difference Usable Sf Sf Location Usable Usable Employees Location Location Growth/Decline Growth/Decline Employees SF Difference Usable

Operations

Advancement Advancement

Department

Department Department Offices Offices

Butterworth Butterworth

2,294 2,294

3

4th Flr. 3 Admin. Admin. 4th Flr.

4

4

7

7

Multi-Purpose Space Multi-Purpose Space

Butterworth Butterworth

3,163 3,163

0 Butterworth 1st Flr. 0 Butterworth 1st Flr.

0

0

0

0

3

4

4

7

7

3

(474)(474) 1,820 1,820 -

-

Security Office

Admin 1st Fl

Welcome Center

0

0

NA

Admin 1st Flr

1

1

Admin 1st Flr 0

1

180

180

2,550

2,550

1

Total

TotalTotal USFUSF (including 25%25% dept.dept. (including circulation) circulation)

1,820 1,820

2,730

Circulation Factor 25%

683

Total USF (including 25% dept. circulation)

3,413

Enrollment Management Enrollment Management Physical Facilities

Department Department

Department

Admissions Admissions

Admin 2nd 2nd Fl Fl Admin

2,598 2,598

6

6

Admin 1st Fl Admin 1st Fl

1

1

7

7

(908)(908) 1,690 1,690

Financial Aid Aid Financial

Admin 2nd 2nd Fl Fl Admin

1,509 1,509

7

7

Admin 1st Fl Admin 1st Fl

1

1

8

8

536 536 2,045 2,045

Registrar Registrar

Admin 3rd Fl Admin 3rd Fl

1,700 1,700

5

5

Admin 1st Fl Admin 1st Fl

0

0

5

5

(573)(573) 1,128 1,128

Maintenance Staff

Student Affairs Student Affairs

Admin 3rd Fl Admin 3rd Fl

747 747

7

7

Admin 1st Fl Admin 1st Fl

-1 -1

6

6

(747)(747)

Storage

Vice Vice Provost Enrollment Mgmt. Provost Enrollment Mgmt.

Admin 3rd Fl Admin 3rd Fl

800 800

2

2

Admin 1st Fl Admin 1st Fl

2

2

(450)(450)

27 27

0

0

1

1

-

-

Admin 3rd Floor

377

1

Admin 1st Floor

0

1

(197)

Maint. Building

NA

7

To Remain

3

10

NA

0

Various

NA

0

To Remain

0

0

NA

550

3

1

8

350 350

28 28

TotalTotal USFUSF (including 25%25% dept.dept. (including circulation) circulation)

Director Office

180

913

Total USF (including 25% dept. 5,213 5,213

University Relations Department

Finance Finance Department Department Finance, Accounting, & Credit Finance, Accounting, & Credit Union Union

Common Office Space Admin 3rd Fl Admin 3rd Fl

3,552 3,552

12 12

Admin 2nd 2nd Fl Fl Admin

1

1

13 13

1

1

13 13

TotalTotal USFUSF (including 25%25% dept.dept. (including circulation) circulation)

(382)(382) 3,170 3,170

Admin 3rd Flr

0

9

0

9

(928)

2,351

2,351

3,170 3,170 Size (SF)

# People

# Needed Location

# Dept. to use

Total SF

Shared Space

Human Resources Human Resources

Support Space

Department Department Admin Various Admin Various

2,303 2,303

4

4

4

4

Admin 2nd 2nd Fl Fl Admin

3

3

7

7

3

3

7

7

(777)(777) 1,526 1,526

1,526 1,526

TotalTotal USFUSF (including 25%25% dept.dept. (including

Office of the President Office of the President Department Department Offices, Board Room, & Support 3rd Flr Offices, Board Room, & Support Admin Admin 3rd Flr

20

9

Total USF (including 25% dept. circulation)

Space Type

TotalTotal USFUSF (including 25%25% dept.dept. (including

3,279

9 12 12

Office, Storage, etc. etc. Office, Storage,

Admin 4th Flr

3,417 3,417

4

4

4

4

Admin 2nd 2nd Fl Fl Admin

1

1

5

5

1

1

5

5

1,773 1,773 5,190 5,190

5,190 5,190

Helix Architecture + Design

Computer/Training Room

1,000

50

1

1st or 2nd Floor

2 or 3

1,000

XL Conference Room

1,000

50

1

1st Floor

4

1,000

LG Conference Room

600

30

2 2nd and 3rd Floor

3

1,200

Mid-size Conference Room

300

15

2

3

600

Small Meeting Room

100

5

1

1st Fl

1

100

Work/Copy Room

150

30

4

Every Floor

All

600

Break Room

180

30

4

Every Floor

All

720

Service Elevator

100

4

Every Floor

-

Large Waiting Area

200

1

1st Floor

200

Catering Kitchen

100

1

1st and 4th Floor

100

Multi-purpose Room

500

1

1st Floor

10 to 20

500

Subtotal

6,020

Circulation 25%

1,505

Total USF

7,525

KCUMB Administration Building - Programming Document

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ENROLLMENT MANAGEMENT

6% 17% HUMAN RESOURCES

UNIVERSITY RELATIONS

OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT

OPERATIONS

PHYSICAL FACILITIES

10% 5% 7% 17% 11% 3%

SHARED SPACE

FINANCE

FINANCE

ADVANCEMENT & ALUM RELATIONS

2.2

Building Area Requirement SF Totals / Summary

PROPOSED SF TOTALS AS PERCENTAGES

24%

2.1 Interdepartmental Adjacency Matrix

FINANCE HR

1

CONFERENCE CENTER

FACILITIES

SECURITY

PRESIDENT

UNIVERSITY RELATIONS

2

2

2

1

FINANCIAL AID 3

1

1

REGISTRAR

2

1

1

1

1

2

2 :: HR interacts with all departments & faculty; a central location is ideal

1

ADVANCEMT.

2

Records Storage to be located in Admin. Bldg. All other Facility functions to remain in Maintenance Building.

5 :: 4th floor event space/conference

2

1

2

1 1

UNIVERSITY RELATIONS PRESIDENT

2

2

FINANCIAL AID

REGISTRAR

WELCOME CENT

ADVANCEMENT (ALUMNI RELATIO

OFFICE OF THE P

2

2 1 1

4

CONFERENCE CENTER 5

ADMISSIONS

UNIVERSITY RELA (MARKETING)

1

SECURITY

HR

4 :: Director of Facilities and some Mediacl

center to include catering kitchen

WELCOME CENTER

FINANCE

Credit Union

Management & Administration Assistant to be centrally located within E.M. groups (Admissions, Financial Aid, Registrar & Student Affairs)

2

1

1 :: Finance dept. includes Purchasing &

3 :: Vice President of Enrollment

1

ADMISSIONS

FACILITIES

ADVANCEMT.

WELCOME CENTER

REGISTRAR

FINANCIAL AID

ADMISSIONS

1

1 2

HR

FINANCE

KCUMB ADMIN BUILDING :: Inter-departmental Adjacency Matrix

2

SECURITY

PHYSICAL FACILI

CONFERENCING

Culture & Identity KCUMB was prompted to look at and discuss the “what”, “how”, and “why” of their own organization. The “what” can be defined as a business, or in this case, university’s product or outcome. The “how” is the way in which they create, or achieve the “what”. The “why” is the belief(s) that are deeply rooted in the University’s mission, vision, and values. How is the University mission and vision being represented in the Administration building?

What do you do? We advance students in their career. Graduates are the final product. We care for the community.

EXTERNAL PERCEPTION

W H AT ?

How do you do it? HOW?

By educating students through the curriculum. By acting as a front door to the campus and community.

WHY?

Why do you do it? “To improve the well-being of the communities we serve.” To take care of the society and people’s loved ones. To go beyond treating the symptoms. To save lives.

BELIEFS & INTERNAL CULTURE

Project Drivers After reviewing the mission, vision, values, and the “why” with the leadership group, Helix opened the discussion for the team to voice their project concerns and goals. Aligning these goals with the vision and strategy, as well as the qualitative portion of the design process (the program) was an important step in achieving the most appropriate workplace solution.

Project Goals 1. Doing it right. 2. Delivering the promise. 3. Connecting to Campus

Business Drivers An important step in designing a successful workplace is gaining an understanding for what is driving the project, particularly from a business perspective. 1. Innovation 2. Attract & Retain talent 3. Productivity 4. Collaboration 5. Sustainability

Workstyles After discussing and defining KCUMB’s business drivers, Helix walked the steering committee through a brief exercise in which the team was given a better understanding for workplace trends, work styles, and workplace solutions based on drivers and square footage densities. After learning more about the different work styles, KCUMB identified most with the “Dedicated Office Space w/ Specialized Work Areas” style because of the variety of spaces.

KCUMB

IDENTIFIED

MOST WITH THIS WORK STYLE

Hospitality Driven Work Environments

350 usf

300 usf

Dedicated Office Space w/ Specialized Work Areas

250 usf

Moderately Open Collaborative work dedicated space environments

200 usf

150 usf

High Internal

High External

Mobility

Mobility

100 usf

50 usf

Look & Feel The goal of this exercise was not to choose a specific aesthetic or solution for the Administration Building, rather to get a better understanding of what spoke to the individuals, and looked and felt like the workplace that would support their mission and values.

OPEN

WALLS UP

RE-USE WOOD

DIFFERENT TYPES OF SEATING

RECYCLE A LOT OF

IN MODERN WAY

WOOD

SOFT

SEATING

PRIVATE

PHONE BOOTHS STANDING

ROOMS

MAGNETIC

HEIGHT

HIGHER SEATS / REASON TO

BREAK OUT

WALLS

GET OUT OF OFFICE

WRITABLE WALLS

LESS

WORKSTYLE (FOR

FORMAL &

SOME DEPTS)

AVAILABLE

& COLOR

IT SUPPORT & SHARED

WALL OF GLASS

TECHNOLOGY

SMALL

FOOTPRINT &

MINIMIZE

COLLABORATIVE

DEDICATED

OFFICE SPACE

SPACE W/ OPEN ENVIRONMENT

WELCOMING

NOT FOREBODING

STAIRWELL W/

ABILITY TO SIT ON STEPS

GOOD

LIGHTING WAYFINDING &

FROSTED

GLASS W/

FREE

COFFEE TECHNOLOGY

STUDENT LOUNGE & MIX OF STAFF

SOME OPENESS

VISIBILITY

PRIVATE CONVOS W/ STUDENTS

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