Health Sciences - McHenry County College

Report
Health Sciences
Building
Current Space Repurposed
Jim Falco
Dr. Amy Maxeiner
Dr. Tony Miksa
Overview
 Utilizing current space for health and sciences
educational programming
– Model to repurpose current space
– Space allocation from feasibility study
 Displacement of current educational programming
– Sections
– Students
Conceptual Framework
 Assumption
– Utilized Exhibit 5.1 Health and Sciences Programming table
• Wet Lab Space (12,300 sq. ft.)
• Clinical Simulation Lab Space (14,500 sq. ft.)
– Efficiencies based on location
– Did not consider classroom space
– Did not consider future space
Wet Lab Space
 Located on the second floor of Building A
– Positioned together for efficiencies
– Considered ventilation
– Build around current location
 Allocated the following spaces
– A220, A222, A224, A226, A228, A228a, A205, A206, A207,
A208, A208a, A209, A211, A213, A215, A215a, A217, A230,
A230a, A221
– Current lab, classrooms, Foundation Office, faculty offices,
Board Room
Clinical Simulation Lab Space
 Located on the second floor of Building E
– Positioned together for efficiencies
– Build around current location
 Allocated the following spaces
– E202, E200, E202a, E215 ,E218, E216, E214b, E214, E217,
E213, E211, E212, E212a, E212b, E212c, E212d, E212e,
E212f, E210, E206, E208, E204, E205, E205a, E203, E201,
E020, E221
– Entire second floor of Building E, except bathroom
– Including one of the new classrooms
Estimated Cost for Renovation
 Utilized Scenario E
– Remodeling existing space
– Remove land acquisition
– Average cost per square foot of $385.00
 Wet Lab Renovation
– 12,3000 * $385.00 = $4,735,500
 Simulation Lab Renovation
– 14,500 * $385.00 = $5,582,500
 Total Estimated cost of renovation $10,318,000
Displacement of current credit educational
programming
 Fall 2013
– Building A – 78 sections displaced
– Building E – 57 sections displaced
– Fall 2013 total – 135
 Spring 2014
– Building A – 71 sections displaced
– Building E – 84 sections displaced
– Spring 2014 total – 155
 Fall and Spring Academic Year
– Total sections displaced: 290
– Total duplicate students displaced: 6,549
Displacement of current credit educational programming
 Fall 2013 – Displaced courses to be offered online
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ACC 110 BASIC ACCOUNTING PROCEDURES
MAT 120 GENERAL EDUCATION STATISTICS
MAT 150 ELEMENTS OF MATHEMATICS
MAT 161 COLLEGE ALGEBRA
MCC 101 THE COLLEGE EXPERIENCE
PHI 151 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY
PHI 261 RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD
PLT 251 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
SOC 151 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
CJS 101 INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE
CJS 120 JUVENILE DELINQUENCY
HCE 110 MEDICATION MATH
PSY 151 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY
PSY 251 CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
PSY 265 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
 Reduces the number of displaced sections by 35
Displacement of current credit educational programming
 Fall 2013 – Displaced courses in large lecture format (75 – 100 students)
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BIO 110 INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN BIOLOGY
CHM 115 CHEMISTRY AND SOCIETY
EAS 171 ASTRONOMY + METEOROLOGY
MAT 090 ESSENTIALS OF MATHEMATICS
MAT 095 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA
MAT 096 GEOMETRY
MAT 099 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
MAT 165 COLLEGE ALGEBRA AND TRIGONOMETRY
MAT 175 CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY
MAT 201 MATH FOUNDATIONS FOR ELEM EDUCATION
MAT 220 STATISTICS
JRN 180 INTRODUCTION TO FILM
PSY 250 HUMAN DEVELOPMENT OVER THE LIFESPAN
 Reduces the number of displaced sections by another 20
Implications for renovation of existing space
 Location for remaining 80 sections of displaced credit
classes
 Elimination of programmatic spaces foundation and
board room
 Location for non-credit courses in remodeled area
 Elimination of conference center rental service
 Elimination of office space for faculty, staff and
administrators
 Further erosion of student space
 This renovation does not include additional space for
classrooms, future program development, and fitness
center
Ongoing Costs
 Off-site rental space
 Lost revenue from external rentals in Conference
Center
 Maintenance and renovation of Conference Center
 Lost revenue from credit class cancelations
 Lost revenue from non-credit courses
 Lost revenue from future program development
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