New York City College of Technology

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New York City College of Technology

Section Contents College Statement and Statistics Campus Site Map Five Year Capital Request FY 2008-09 through FY 2012-13 Project Academic Bldg I Voorhees Facade NYCCT Infrastructure Upgrades Namm Elevator Replacement Bathroom ADA Upgrades Student Activity Center

Funding Type bonded bonded bonded bonded bonded hard dollar

College Five Year Request Total

5 Year Request Total ($ 000s) $221,000 $16,000 $38,000 $8,470 $12,762 $2,000 $298,232

City Council & Borough President (Reso A) Requests FY 2009 Project

FY 2009 Request ($ 000s)

Renovation of Interior Spaces

$799

Renovation of Exterior Public Spaces

$428

Multimedia Labs and Classrooms Upgrade

$1,051

Upgrade Campus Entry - 300 Jay Street

$1,316

Site Wayfinding Signage College Reso A FY 2009 Total

$346 $3,940

New York City College of Technology College Statement and Statistics President Russell K. Hotzler New York City College of Technology defines its educational mission broadly, to encompass the diversified pre-professional, professional, technical, liberal arts, science, and specialized transfer programs that respond to the dynamic economic needs of the City and the metropolitan region. In its unique position as the senior college of technology within The City University of New York, the College offers both associate and baccalaureate degree programs that provide over 12,000 degree students with highly relevant technical and professional programs and over 14,000 continuing education students with an array of educational opportunities. The College’s graduates pursue careers in the architectural and engineering technologies, the computer technologies, entertainment and health professions, human services, advertising and publishing, hospitality, business, and law-related professions. The College also offers programs in career and technology teacher education and the liberal arts and sciences, while the College’s Business and Industry Training Center provides educational and technical assistance to corporations, unions, and nonprofit and public agencies whose employees need their skills upgraded to remain competitive. New York City College of Technology provides an education that creatively merges the theoretical and the practical, providing a quality education that draws on the strengths of the urban environment, excellence in teaching, specialized laboratories and facilities. It offers full access to higher education for all who seek fulfillment of personal, career and economic goals, and it is dedicated to the ideals of providing equal opportunity and of developing multi-cultural awareness and sensitivity. The College occupies 9 buildings centered in downtown Brooklyn (including leased space in 2 buildings) for a total of approximately 596,000 NASF in owned facilities and 72,000 NASF in leased facilities. A proposed public-private partnership with Forest City Ratner Companies to construct a mixed-use condominium building on the site of the College’s Klitgord Center would provide the College with approximately 340,000 GSF of new academic facilities, including classrooms, laboratories, offices, a physical education facility and a theater. A Master Plan Amendment for New York City College of Technology was adopted in 2000. This capital budget request is based on the recommendations of that plan.

Master Plan / Enrollment Information

Net Assignable Square Footage (NASF)

Original Master Plan Approved:

1973

Owned Occupied:

Master Plan Amendment Approved:

2000

Owned Vacant:

0

10,786 9,423

Leased / Temp:

72,444

Master Plan Projected FTES: Fall 2006 FTES: Master Plan Approved NASF:

990,424

596,065

Non-CUNY:

0

Total NASF:

668,509

New York City College of Technology Five Year Capital Request FY 2008-09 through FY 2012-13 and City Council/Borough President Requests FY 2009 (Costs in thousands)

Project Name

(B) (B) (B) (B) (B) (R)

FY 08-09

Academic Bldg I Voorhees Facade NYCCT Infrastructure Upgrades Namm Elevator Replacement Bathroom ADA Upgrades Student Activity Center

FY 09-10

FY 10-11

Phase Req. Phase Req.

Phase Req.

FY 11-12

FY 12-13

Phase Req. Phase Req.

C $221,000 C $16,000 C $38,000 DC $1,181 C $7,289 DC $1,898 C $10,864 DCE $2,000

Subtotal

$278,079

$20,153

Five Year Request $221,000 $16,000 $38,000 $8,470 $12,762 $2,000

$0

$0

$0

$298,232

Five Year Request Total

Five Year Capital Request Project Descriptions (B) Academic Bldg I This project will address the College's acute space deficit, as identified in its 2000 Master Plan Amendment. The Master Plan recommended constructing a new building on the site of the existing Klitgord Building in order to maximize the site's capacity. The new, 340,000 GSF Academic Building I will be a mixed-used facility with classrooms, computer labs, science labs, a 1,200 seat auditorium, physical education facilities, administrative offices, student services, and a dental hygiene clinic. Public/private partnership opportunities are being pursued in an effort to leverage real estate resources to support this project: an estimated $55.4 million in private funding from sale of air rights, interest on the air rights sale, and credits for sales and real estate taxes will offset bonded funds received from the State. Anticipated Completion: September 2012

Total Project Cost

(B) Voorhees Facade This project will replace the entire facade of the Voorhees Building, which houses the College's Architecture and Engineering Programs. The current building facade is composed of a brick skin with masonry back-up; in recent years this brick, which was installed in the 1970s as part of the building's conversion to an educational facility, has begun to separate from the masonry. Large sections of brick have become dislodged from the façade, making it necessary to install sidewalk bridges. The new façade will also provide the facility with an updated aesthetic appearance. Window washing equipment will be anchored on the rooftop. As part of this project, the adjoining entrance structure to the Voorhees Building will be renovated as well.

Total Project Cost

Anticipated Completion:

$433,431 Prior Funding Received $157,000 Five Year Request $221,000 Funds to complete $0

$38,000 Prior Funding Received $22,000 Five Year Request $16,000 Funds to complete $0

March 2011

(B) NYCCT Infrastructure Upgrades This project will provide the College with a new central plant for Namm Hall as well as new and updated distribution equipment to the G, Voorhees and Pearl Buildings. Currently, the Supreme Court Building across the street supplies the College with steam, making the college vulnerable to any shutdowns or emergencies that the Court may experience. The College's existing chillers and PAC units date to the initial construction of the building and will soon reach a non-repairable state and also must be replaced. New York City Power Authority is contributing $24 million toward the project as a result of anticipated long-term energy savings.

Total Project Cost $62,000 Prior Funding Received $0 Five Year Request $38,000 Funds to complete

Anticipated Completion:

September 2009

Note: C.A. = Condition Assessment (B) = Major Bonded Project (R) = Minor Rehabilitation Project A = Acquisition, D = Design, C = Construction, E = Equipment

$0

New York City College of Technology Five Year Capital Request FY 2008-09 through FY 2012-13 and City Council/Borough President Requests FY 2009 (Costs in thousands)

(B) Namm Elevator Replacement The elevators in Namm Hall are the busiest on campus but are old, slow, and break down often, resulting in long queues of students, staff, and faculty during frequent maintenance periods. New elevators are needed to move the high volumes of vertical traffic more efficiently. This project will install seven new elevator cabs, new controllers, new dispatchers, and all new hoisting motors, generators and equipment.

Total Project Cost $8,470 Prior Funding Received $0 Five Year Request $8,470 Funds to complete

Anticipated Completion:

$0

December 2010

(B) Bathroom ADA Upgrades This project will create ADA compliant bathrooms as well as add to the number of stalls/fixtures to existing bathrooms in Namm Hall to accommodate increased enrollments over the last several years. ADA-compliant stalls, mirrors, sinks, and hand dryers will be furnished. The project will also provide new ventilation for the bathrooms, which is currently non-existent. Approximately fifty-one bathrooms will be renovated.

Total Project Cost $12,762 Prior Funding Received $0 Five Year Request $12,762 Funds to complete

Anticipated Completion:

$0

May 2011

(R) Student Activity Center The College's current Student Activities Center is being converted into swing space for current construction projects. As a result, there is a need to create more spaces to accommodate training programs, performances, and recreational activities. This project will convert an existing open space within Namm Hall into multi-purpose space. The space will be outfitted with folding doors for maximum flexibility and be designed to encourage interaction among students and between faculty/staff members and students.

Total Project Cost $2,000 Prior Funding Received $0 Five Year Request $2,000 Funds to complete

Anticipated Completion:

September 2011

Note: C.A. = Condition Assessment (B) = Major Bonded Project (R) = Minor Rehabilitation Project A = Acquisition, D = Design, C = Construction, E = Equipment

$0

New York City College of Technology Five Year Capital Request FY 2008-09 through FY 2012-13 and City Council/Borough President Requests FY 2009 (Costs in thousands)

City Council & Borough President (Reso A) FY 2009 Requests Renovation of Interior Spaces

Phase:

DCE

This project will make necessary modifications to the interior areas within Voorhees Hall to provide the students with new areas to lounge, study, socialize, and eat. Lack of quality public space has long been identified as in need of improvement on campus. These modifications will include: removing walls to open up areas; installing suspended ceilings; making necessary modifications to HVAC systems; installing new lighting and electrical supply where necessary; replacing old flooring with new VCT or carpet tiling; and purchasing new furniture. Anticipated Completion:

Phase:

DCE

This project will renovate exterior areas on campus in order to create areas of congregation for the College community. This will include upgrades to public walkways and sidewalks along Jay and Tillary Streets, installation of planters and associated landscaping in these areas and at the Namm Hall Atrium entrance, installation of new high quality exterior furniture such as benches and tables, and installation of new lighting and finishes to exterior walls.

Multimedia Labs and Classrooms Upgrade

Phase:

DCE

Upgrade Campus Entry - 300 Jay Street

Phase:

DCE

This project will upgrade and reconfigure the 1,200 NASF Jay Street entrance of Namm Hall in order to provide the college community with a more welcoming, attractive, and secure entrance. This will include modifications to HVAC systems for better climate control; modifications to meet ADA-compliance; implementation of security upgrades including new security stalls/turnstiles, officer booth and cameras; new lighting; and new signage. An improved Namm Hall entrance will also serve as a more appropriate gateway to the future new Academic Building across the street.

$0

FY 2009 Request $428 Prior Funding Received $0

FY 2009 Request $1,051 Prior Funding Received $0

FY 2009 Request $1,316 Prior Funding Received $0

June 2010 Phase:

Site Wayfinding Signage

DCE

The project will install interior and exterior signage campus-wide. The signage will provide direction for students, faculty, staff, and visitors to classrooms, offices, student support and administrative areas throughout the campus. The project will also make the campus wayfinding systems ADA compliant.

Anticipated Completion:

Prior Funding Received

October 2009

The project will reconfigure inefficiently laid-out classrooms located throughout the Namm and Voorhees buildings by creating larger classrooms and labs as well as converting circulation space into usable classroom or lab space. This will involve demolition of existing cinder block and sheet rock walls, replacing walls with soundproof new walls, redirecting vents and adding new vents to the areas, and providing new light fixtures and flooring. Existing damaged and dilapidated furniture and equipment will be upgraded and replaced and classrooms and labs will be equipped with the latest "smart" technology for instruction. Anticipated Completion: March 2009

Anticipated Completion:

$799

September 2009

Renovation of Exterior Public Spaces

Anticipated Completion:

FY 2009 Request

FY 2009 Request $346 Prior Funding Received $0

August 2009

College Reso A FY 2009 Request Total

Note: C.A. = Condition Assessment (B) = Major Bonded Project (R) = Minor Rehabilitation Project A = Acquisition, D = Design, C = Construction, E = Equipment

$3,940

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