Appendix I

9/6/16

SENATE COMMITTEE ON UNIVERSITY PLANNING

2016 Construction Report for Faculty Senate

(Informational)

Introduction

Ford Stryker will present an informational report on the status of University construction.

SENATE COMMITTEE ON UNIVERSITY PLANNING

James Adair
Kevin Cockroft
Peter Eberle
David Gray
Hengameh Hosseini
Nicholas Jones
Rodney Kirsch
Binh Le
David Lieb
Frantisek Marko
John Marsh
John Messner
Laura Pauley, Chair
Vansh Prabhu
Gavin Robertson
Jeff Robzen
Ira Saltz
Shuang Shen
Steinn Sigurdsson, Vice-Chair
Rachel Smith
Ford Stryker
Ming Wang
Jong Yun


Slide 1: Introduction Slide

Construction Status Report – The Pennsylvania State University Faculty Senate, September 6, 2016Faculty Senate Construction Report, September 6, 2016 - Slide 1


Slide 2: Kostos Building Renovation

Architect’s rendering of Kostos Building

Program:

  • Update and reconfigure science labs (8) and classrooms (9), ground floor auditorium, offices (16)
  • Replace windows, building system renewal, ADA upgrades, new entrance and exterior enhancements

Schedule:

  • Complete October 2017

Cost:

  • $15.5M

Funding:

  • DGS (FY 13/14)/RCI/Facility
  • Resources Cmte./Campus funds

Faculty Senate Construction Report, September 6, 2016 - Slide 2


Slide 3: Kostos Building Renovation – construction

Kostos Building with new windows.  Scaffolding is erected near the new entrance opening into the building

Faculty Senate Construction Report, September 6, 2016 - Slide 3


Slide 4: Agricultural Engineering Building Renovation

Architect’s rendering of Agricultural Engineering Building Renovation.

Program:

  • New labs and classrooms
  • offices and conference rooms
  • Fermentation shared user lab
  • Consolidate faculty into one building
  • OPP Area shop
  • Replace aging infrastructure / HVAC

Schedule:

  • Complete January 2018

Cost:

  • $44.5M

Funding:

  • Internal loan/RCI/OVPCC/Campus/SFF

Faculty Senate Construction Report, September 6, 2016 - Slide 4


Slide 5: Student Enrichment Center, Penn State Harrisburg-Rendering

Architect’s rendering of the Student Enrichment Center at Penn State Harrisburg.

Program:

  • 70,000 SF new building with a 390-seat auditorium
  • Student life facilities include: food service, lounge areas, convenience store, offices and support spaces

Schedule:

  • Complete August 2016

Cost:

  • $30M

Funding:

  • Internal loan/RCI/OVPCC/Campus/SFF

Faculty Senate Construction Report, September 6, 2016 - Slide 5


Slide 6: Student Enrichment Center, Penn State Harrisburg – construction

Campus-facing side of the new building.

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Slide 7: Ruhl Student Center Addition/Renovation, Penn State York – Rendering

Architect’s rendering of the Ruhl Student Center Addition / Renovation at Penn State York

Program:

  • 20,000 SF renovation of existing building
  • 28,000 SF addition
  • New multi-purpose activity court for kinesiology, intramural and athletic space, and HVAC upgrades of existing building systems

Schedule:

  • Complete September 2016

Cost:

  • $13.5M

Funding:

  • RCI/SFF/Campus gifts

Faculty Senate Construction Report, September 6, 2016 - Slide 7


Slide 8: Ruhl Student Center Addition/Renovation, Penn State York – construction

Ruhl Center under construction.  New site walls are in the foreground.

Faculty Senate Construction Report, September 6, 2016 - Slide 8


Slide 9: Adler Athletic Complex Renovation, Penn State Altoona – Rendering

Architect’s rendering of the Adler Athletic Complex Renovation at Penn State Altoona.  The entrance to the building is identified with a red arrow.  The new weights and fitness room is identified with a red dashed outline.  The classroom and office addition is identified with a red dashed outline.

Program:

  • 46,000 SF renovation of existing building
  • 53,000 SF addition
  • New tennis courts and gymnasium

Schedule:

  • Complete December 2017

Cost:

  • $24.5M

Funding:

  • DGS/SFF/RCI/Campus funds

Faculty Senate Construction Report, September 6, 2016 - Slide 9


Slide 10: Adler Athletic Complex Renovation, Penn State Altoona – construction

Construction fencing and machinery on the campus-side of the building.  The punch-through of the brick wall where the new entrance will be constructed is identified with a red arrow.

Faculty Senate Construction Report, September 6, 2016 - Slide 10


Slide 11: (All Text Slide)

Phase I Modifications (2013)

  • Perimeter security controls and cameras for public space and perimeter monitoring. In Rec Hall alone, seventy-two doors in the facility were outfitted with alarms, or card reader systems.

Program: Phase II Modifications (2016):

  • Access control facilities
  • ADA accessibility modifications
  • Entrance enhancements

Schedule:

  • Complete December 2016

Phase II Cost:

  • $7.5M

Slide 12: White Building East Entrance – rendering

Architect’s rendering of the White Building East Entrance modifications.  A rendering of the turnstiles and staff control desk animate into the slide.

Faculty Senate Construction Report, September 6, 2016 - Slide 12


Slide 13: McCoy Natatorium North Entrance Access Modifications – rendering

Architect’s rendering of the McCoy Natatorium North Entrance access modifications.  The new main entrance is identified with a red arrow.  The new elevator tower is identified with a red dashed outline.

Faculty Senate Construction Report, September 6, 2016 - Slide 13


Slide 14: Recreation Hall Access Modifications – aerial

Aerial photo of the northwest side of the University Park campus.  Recreation Hall is identified with a red dashed outline.  Three areas are identified and marked “A,” “B,” and “C.”  A rendering of the turnstiles and staff control desk animate into the slide.  A red star graphic animates into the slide over the northeast corner of the area marked as “C.”

Faculty Senate Construction Report, September 6, 2016 - Slide 14


Slide 15: Intramural Building Expansion – Phase III – rendering

Architect’s rendering of the Intramural Building at University Park.  The Phase III addition is identified with a red dashed outline.  .

Program:

  • 36,400 SF addition with indoor turf field and other athletic facilities
  • 17,400 SF of shell space fit out

Schedule:

  • Complete August 2017

Cost:

  • $29.3M

Funding:

  • SFF/Student Affairs

Faculty Senate Construction Report, September 6, 2016 - Slide 15


Slide 16: Intramural Building Expansion – Phase III – construction

Construction work at the project site.

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Slide 17: Tower Road Data Center

New Tower Road Data Center at University Park.

Program:

  • 55,400 SF facility supports business continuity and disaster recovery for Hershey Medical Center
  • Serves an initial 1.75 megawatt load and is designed for significant expansion

Schedule:

  • Complete June 2016

Cost:

  • $58M

Funding:

  • E&G Borrowing/Reserves
  • (HMC/COM)/Operating Funds

Faculty Senate Construction Report, September 6, 2016 - Slide 17


Slide 18: Tower Road Data Center

Route the single-person entry door, which is one of many security measures.

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Slide 19: Tower Road Data Center

Some of the white space server racks in the Tower Road Data Center.

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Slide 20: Steidle Building Addition and Renovation – aerial photo

Aerial photo of the portion of the University Park campus containing Steidel Building.  The original historic portion of the building is identified with a red dashed outline.  The interior portion of the building to be infilled is identified with a blue rectangle.

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Slide 21: Steidle Building Addition and Renovation – construction

New south side of Steidle Building.  The new infill portion of the building is highlighted with a blue outline.

Program:

  • 86,000 SF renovation of existing 1931 building
  • 40,000 SF infill after demolition of 1939 building
  • Design facilitates teaching / research

Schedule:

  • Complete July 2016

Cost:

  • $52M

Funding:

  • RCI

Faculty Senate Construction Report, September 6, 2016 - Slide 21


Slide 22: Steidle Building Addition and Renovation – construction

Interior sunlit four-story atrium between the new and existing renovated portions of the building.

Faculty Senate Construction Report, September 6, 2016 - Slide 22


Slide 23: Steidle Building Addition and Renovation – construction

Second floor material science laboratory.

Faculty Senate Construction Report, September 6, 2016 - Slide 23


Slide 24: Whitmore Lab Renovations – construction

Front of Whitmore Laboratory Building.

Program:

  • 10 undergraduate chemistry labs
  • Large organic chemistry teaching lab and a dedicated advanced organic chemistry lab

Schedule:

  • Complete August 2016

Cost:

  • $31.7M

Funding:

  • RCI

Faculty Senate Construction Report, September 6, 2016 - Slide 24


Slide 25: Whitmore Lab Renovations – construction

New undergraduate chemistry lab.

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Slide 26: Whitmore Lab Renovations – construction

Newly reconfigured advanced organic chemistry lab.

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Slide 27: Morgan Academic Center for Student Athletes – construction

Morgan Academic Center for Student Athletes.

Program:

  • Consolidates the Morgan Academic Support Center from four locations
  • Project includes a large classroom, multi-media interview room, student lounge and a learning skills lab

Schedule:

  • Complete May 2016

Cost:

$7.2M

Funding:

  • ICA (SSB)/Fundraising

Faculty Senate Construction Report, September 6, 2016 - Slide 27


Slide 28: Morgan Academic Center for Student Athletes – construction

New first floor student-athletes lounge/reading room.

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Slide 29: Morgan Academic Center for Student Athletes – construction

New large classroom with room divider.

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Slide 30: Southeast Pennsylvania map

Map of southeast Pennsylvania with the Abington and Brandywine campus locations identified with red dots.

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Slide 31: Penn State Brandywine

Campus map of the Penn State Brandywine campus.  The sites for the new residence hall, the new student union, and future residence halls are identified with name tags.

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Slide 32: New Residence Hall, Penn State Brandywine – rendering

Rendering of the new residence hall at Penn State Brandywine.

Program:

  • 256 beds in double rooms
  • “Wet Core” shared private bathrooms

Schedule:

  • Complete July 2017

Cost:

  • $31.5M

Funding:

  • SSB/H&FS Reserves

Faculty Senate Construction Report, September 6, 2016 - Slide 32


Slide 33: New Residence Hall, Penn State Brandywine – construction

Construction of the new residence hall at Penn State Brandywine.

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Slide 34: Student Union and Dining, Penn State Brandywine – rendering

Architect’s rendering of the new student union at Penn State Brandywine.

Program:

  • 31,000 SF building
  • Student services include: bookstore, post office, meeting rooms, space for student organizations, and offices

Schedule:

  • Complete July 2017

Cost:

  • $19.6M

Funding:

  • RCI/VPCC Reserves/SSB/SFF

Faculty Senate Construction Report, September 6, 2016 - Slide 34


Slide 35: New Student Union, Penn State Brandywine – construction

Construction of the new student union at Penn State Brandywine.

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Slide 36: Student Apartment Building, Penn State Abington – aerial

Aerial of the Penn State Abington campus with University property bounded by a yellow outline.  Huntingdon Fields are bounded by a green outline.  The new housing site is bounded by a red outline.

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Slide 37: Student Apartment Building, Penn State Abington – rendering

Architect’s rendering of the new student apartment building at Penn State Abington.

Program:

  • 402-bed apartment-style complex equipped with a kitchen, common spaces and study lounges

Schedule:

  • Complete July 2017

Cost:

  • $50.6M

Funding:

  • SSB/H&FS Reserves

Faculty Senate Construction Report, September 6, 2016 - Slide 37


Slide 38: Student Apartment Building, Penn State Abington – construction

Construction of the new student apartment building at Penn State Abington.

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Slide 39: East and Pollock Halls Renewal, University Park

Photo of an East Halls residence hall from the 1960’s era.

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Slide 40: New Residence Hall, North Halls – campus map

Campus map with the new North Halls residence hall highlighted.  The limits of site work are identified with a yellow dashed outline.  The boundaries of the remaining parking lot are identified with a red dashed outline.

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Slide 41: Robinson Hall, North Halls – rendering

Architect’s rendering of the new residence hall at North Halls in University Park.

Program:

  • 310 beds in double bedrooms
  • “Wet Core” shared private bathrooms

Schedule:

  • Complete July 2017

Cost:

  • $33.5M

Funding:

  • H&FS Reserves/SSB

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Slide 42: Robinson Hall, North Halls – construction

Underground storm water detention structure for the new residence hall at North Halls in University Park.

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Slide 43: East Halls – Phase 1a campus map

Campus map with the new residence hall, Stuart Hall, and Findlay Dining Commons identified with name tags.

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Slide 44: Findlay Dining Commons Renovation – rendering

Architect’s rendering of the renovated Findlay Dining Commons at University Park.

Program:

  • 5,000 SF renovation, about 45% of the building
  • Reconfigured dining spaces with a variety of seating options
  • New coffee shop and lounge area

Schedule:

  • Complete December 2016

Cost:

  • $25M

Funding:

  • H&FS Reserves/SSB

Faculty Senate Construction Report, September 6, 2016 - Slide 44


Slide 45: Findlay Dining Commons Renovation – construction

Construction of the Findlay Dining Commons renovation at University Park.

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Slide 46: Stuart Hall, East Halls Renovation – rendering

Architect’s rendering of the renovated Stuart Hall at University Park.

Program:

  • 273 beds in double rooms

Schedule:

  • ON HOLD UNTIL JANUARY 2017

Cost:

  • $21.8M

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Slide 47: Earle Hall, East Halls – rendering

Architect’s rendering of the new residence hall at East Halls at University Park.

Program:

  • 336 beds in double rooms

Schedule:

  • Complete July 2017

Cost:

  • $35.1M

Funding:

  • SSB/H&FS Reserves

Faculty Senate Construction Report, September 6, 2016 - Slide 47


Slide 48: Earle Hall, East Halls – construction

Construction of the new residence hall at East Halls at University Park.

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