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<ul><li><p>Center for Community RenewalShreveport, LouisianaRenewal Concepts for a Green Building Project2006</p></li><li><p>Center for Community RenewalShreveport, LouisianaGoals for LEED Gold or Platinum2006Sustainable Sites (14 possible points 11 to 14 points likely for NCCR)Erosion and Sedimentation Control Site Selection Development Density Brownfield Development Alternative Transportation: Public transportation access Alternative Transportation: bicycle storage and changing rooms Alternative Transportation: alternative fuel vehicles Alternative Transportation: Parking Capacity Development FootprintRestore Urban Fabric Stormwater Management Heat Island Effect Light Pollution Reduction Water Efficiency (5 possible points 3 to 5 points likely for NCCR) Water Efficient Landscaping Innovative Wastewater Technologies Water Use Reduction Energy and Atmosphere (17 possible points 8 to 14 points likely for NCCR)Energy Performance CFC Reduction in HVAC&amp;R Equipment Renewable Energy Commissioning Ozone Protection Green Power </p></li><li><p>Center for Community RenewalShreveport, LouisianaGoals for LEED Gold or Platinum2006Materials and Resources (13 possible points 7 to 10 points likely for NCCR)Storage and Collection of Recyclables Building Reuse Construction Waste Management Resource Reuse Recycled Content Regional Materials Rapidly Renewable Materials Certified Wood Indoor Environmental Quality (15 possible points 13 to 15 points likely for NCCR)IAQ PerformanceEnvironmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS) Control Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Monitoring Ventilation Effectiveness Construction IAQ Management Plan Low-VOC-Emitting Materials Indoor Chemical and Pollutant Source Control Controllability of Systems Thermal Comfort Daylight and Views Innovation &amp; Design Process (5 possible points 2 to 5 points likely for NCCR)Innovation in Design LEED Accredited Professional </p><p>CRI Think Tank Charrette #2Designing the Center for Community Renewal Energy, Green Systems &amp; Learning EnvironsOctober 17-18, 2008 10.29.08</p><p>Energy Conservation15%10%5%40% 30%By reducing lighting loads &amp; other heat generatorsthe building energy loadcan be reduced by More than 60%IES Lighting Average wattage / s.f. = 2 watts / s.f. Goal energy wattage 1.3 watts / s.f.Lighting load example:Existing= 150,000 s.f.New= 150,000 s.f. 300,000 s.f.x 2 watts 600,000 wattsx 3.41 BTU/w 2,046,000 BTU 12,000 BTU/tonLighting = 170.5 tons ACGoal for lighting load:Reduce load to 1 watt / s.f. =170.52= 85.25 tonsTarget Goal = .5 watts / s.f</p><p>CRI Think Tank Charrette #2Designing the Center for Community Renewal Energy, Green Systems &amp; Learning EnvironsOctober 17-18, 2008 10.29.08</p><p>TraditionalCogeneration Trigeneration Distributed Power Systems Options</p></li><li><p>National Center for Community Renewal Site in Shreveport, Louisiana Historic District</p></li><li><p>LEED &amp; Sustainable SystemsCenter for Community Renewal - University of Texas Architecture - student project examples </p></li><li><p>LEED &amp; Sustainable SystemsCenter for Community Renewal - University of Texas Architecture - student project examples </p></li><li><p>The Solar Path: Direct and Blocked Sunlight per SeasonSummerEquinoxWinterCenter for Community Renewal - University of Texas Architecture - student project examples </p></li><li><p>Center for Community Renewal - University of Texas Architecture - student project examples </p></li><li><p>Concept StudyNational Center for Community RenewalShreveport Central Business District Context Study</p></li><li><p>Concept Study forNational Center for Community RenewalView from the corner of Texas Street and Edwards Street</p></li><li><p>3.24.06MHSM ArchitectsConcept Study forNational Center for Community RenewalAtrium view from the Texas Street Entry</p></li><li><p>Concept StudyNational Center for Community RenewalAtrium view to Texas Street Entry</p></li><li><p>Concept StudyNational Center for Community RenewalAtrium view to Texas Street Entry</p></li><li><p>Concept StudyNational Center for Community RenewalAtrium view to skylight &amp; solar chimney turbine vents </p></li><li><p>Concept StudyNational Center for Community RenewalAtrium view to roof garden, downtown and Red Riverfrom residence tower balcony</p></li><li><p>Concept StudyNational Center for Community RenewalAtrium view at green roof level</p></li><li><p>Concept StudyNational Center for Community RenewalTypical Bedroom Cluster Commons Area looking toward bay window toward Texas Street</p></li><li><p>Concept Study forNational Center for Community RenewalChapel at top of atrium structure</p></li><li><p>Concept Study forNational Center for Community RenewalElevation, section and form studies</p></li><li><p> Sustainable site in Shreveport CBD Recycle existing 16 story building Net Zero Green Energy Hybrid systems evaluation: Photovoltaic exterior glazing Wind wells under new construction Solar Chimney Bio-Diesel Day lighting Green Roof - hanging garden Rain and gray water recycling Public Transportation access Shared parking Facilities for bikersBuilding GreenTexas StreetEdwards Street</p></li><li><p>Texas Street Renewing Main street Green Building &amp; CRI information on LCD screen on recycled high rise Day lighting Public Transportation access Photovoltaic exterior glazingBuilding Green</p></li><li><p> Large screen video showing renewal communities work &amp; National Center Green Building information Day lighting Atrium as solar chimney Atrium connects recycled high rise and new construction Public Transportation accessBuilding Green - Atrium</p></li><li><p> Day lighting Atrium as solar chimney Atrium connects recycled high rise and new construction Green Roof access at upper level of atriumBuilding Green - Atrium</p></li><li><p> Green roof with hanging garden Outdoor chapel Atrium as solar chimney Rainwater collection Photovoltaic exterior glazingBuilding Green Roof Garden</p></li><li><p> Recycling the historic Petroleum Tower as a symbol of renewing communities LCD screen around building with information on the National Center Green Building and on renewal work of the CRI Network Photovoltaic exterior glazing Renewing Downtown Shreveport with a symbol of sustainable communities recycling &amp; new constructionBuilding GreenTexas StreetEdwards Street</p><p>*Our grandfathers economy created a lot of wealth with vertical business models</p><p>The S-Curve caught up to our grandfathers economyGlobal markets integratedCosts collapsedThe Internet exploded</p><p>Our grandchildrens economy is emerging...</p><p>2d Curve strategies are based on linking and leveraging</p><p>Expanded networks will drive innovation in the Great Lakes</p></li><li><p>Strategic planning evolved to handle the complexities of managing large hierarchies...like the military and Fortune 500 companiesA small group at the top did the thinkingA larger group at the bottom did the doing</p></li><li><p>As organizations have become more networked, older strategic planning models do not work so well. </p><p>The reason: There is no top or bottom to a network.</p></li><li><p>Strategic Doing is a discipline to enable teams of people to do complex projects in these open networks</p></li><li><p>Strategic Doing is simple, but not easy. It takes practice to keep focused on four key questions...</p></li><li><p>Center for Community RenewalShreveport, Louisiana</p><p>Growing Partners An Open Network for building developmentThe CCR is a platform for new and emerging technologies of sustainability and the goal for the CCR is a building that is ever renewing. Initial contacts - Local &amp; Regional Sales Reps for National Companies Share CRI &amp; CCR vision (MER) Begin exploring relationship possibilities and the process for more deeply exploring company involvement Invite to CRI Green Explore Company view of the future &amp; how CRI / CCR can serve (MEH) Conference CallPlant trip Are they a good fit for CRI? Do they believe? Begin the process of Strategic Doing to explore:What could we do together?What should we do together?What will we do together?What did we learn together? Follow up on specific initiatives and focus areas</p><p>Emerging ProcessMethod Share the Vision Association Mutual Selection Demonstration Delegation Replication</p></li><li><p>Core TeamExpertiseNetworksStrategic DoingOpportunitiesOutcomes</p></li><li><p>National Center for Community RenewalShreveport, Louisiana2006</p></li><li><p>National Center for Community RenewalShreveport, Louisiana2006</p></li><li><p>Center for Community RenewalShreveport, Louisiana</p></li><li><p>Center for Community RenewalShreveport, Louisiana</p></li><li><p>Center for Community RenewalShreveport, Louisiana</p></li><li><p>Center for Community RenewalShreveport, Louisiana</p></li><li><p>Center for Community RenewalShreveport, Louisiana2008</p><p>ProjectBudget</p><p>National Center for Community Renewal</p><p>Project Budget 1.18.06</p><p>Budget ItemUnitsUnit CostsBudget Item CostsSub TotalsTotals</p><p>Existing 16 Story Renovated Building (basement, 14 floors &amp; mechanical penthouse at 9,000 s.f. per floor)144,000s.f.$110$15,840,000</p><p>New Building (5.5 floors at 14,800 s.f. per floor)81,400s.f.$130$10,582,000</p><p>Atrium (14 stories and includes 5 elevators, 2 stairs, upper floor lobbies and basement - atrium volume = 720,000 cubic feet)28,600s.f.$210$6,006,000</p><p>Building Construction Cost254,000s.f.$128$32,428,000</p><p>Furniture, Fixtures &amp; Equipment254,000s.f.$33$8,382,000</p><p>A/E &amp; other fees10% construction$3,242,800</p><p>Land AcquisitionAllowance$2,000,000</p><p>Cost Escalation (3 years)5% per year increase$6,943,823</p><p>Contingency10% const., FFE &amp; fees$4,405,280</p><p>Total Project Costs$57,401,903</p><p>Optional Addition to Existing Adjacent Parking Structure (3 floors added at 38,400 s.f. per floor = 115,200 s.f.; includes A/E fees)300cars$17,000$5,100,000</p><p>Total Cost with parking option254,000s.f.$246.07$62,501,903</p><p>AnnualOperating Expense</p><p>National Center for Community Renewal</p><p>Annual Operating Expenses 1.14.06</p><p>Budget ItemUnits or AssumptionsUnit CostsBudget Item CostsTotals</p><p>Building Expenses</p><p>Utilities254,000s.f.($2)($508,000)</p><p>Maintenance &amp; Cleaning254,000s.f.($5)($1,270,000)</p><p>Replacement Reserve254,000s.f.($2)($508,000)</p><p>Taxes &amp; Insurance254,000s.f.($1)($254,000)</p><p>Annual Building Expenses254,000s.f.($10)($2,540,000)</p><p>Salaries (Direct Expenses)</p><p>Building Administration &amp; Operations16staff($35,000)($560,000)</p><p>Training Center14staff($24,000)($336,000)</p><p>Resource Center50staff($30,000)($1,500,000)</p><p>Institute6staff($40,000)($240,000)</p><p>Annual Salaries (Direct Expenses)86staff($30,651)($2,636,000)</p><p>Overhead (Indirect Expenses)80%($2,636,000)($2,108,800)</p><p>Total Annual Operating Costs254,000s.f.($28.68)($7,284,800)</p><p>AnnualIncomeProjections</p><p>National Center for Community Renewal</p><p>Annual Income Projections 1.14.06</p><p>Assumed annual number of Community Renewers trained = (273 rooms)(150 days occupancy per year) / (6 days average training stay per person) = 6,825</p><p>Assumed average cost per trainee for registration and housing = $500 registration + (6 days x $85 per day for housing) = $1015</p><p>Retail rental area of 7,200 s.f. will result in approximately 1 job for every 300 s.f. or 24 additional jobs</p><p>Parking revenues are based on 225 spaces (300 proposed) at $35 per month or $420 per year</p><p>Budget ItemUnits or AssumptionsUnit IncomeSub TotalsTotals</p><p>Income Categories</p><p>Registrations6,825registrations$500$3,412,500</p><p>Training Center Hotel Rooms40,950room days$85$3,480,750</p><p>Retail Rental Income7,200s.f.$18$129,600</p><p>Museum / Gift Shop Sales3,500s.f.$250$875,000</p><p>Parking Revenues225parking$420$94,500</p><p>Total Annual Income254,000s.f.$31$7,992,350</p><p>Total Annual Expenses254,000s.f.($28.68)($7,284,800)</p><p>Total Annual Net Income254,000s.f.$2.79$707,550</p><p>PhasedProject</p><p>National Center for Community Renewal</p><p>Project Budget for Initial Phase of a Phased Project Approach Option 1.18.06</p><p>Budget ItemUnitsUnit CostsBudget Item CostsSub TotalsTotals</p><p>Existing 16 Story Renovated Building Core &amp; Shell with buildout for 8 floors (basement, 6 floors &amp; mechanical penthouse at 9,000 s.f. per floor)72,000s.f.$135$9,720,000</p><p>New Building Core &amp; Shell with buildout of 3.5 floors (5.5 floors at 14,800 s.f. per floor)61,400s.f.$145$8,903,000</p><p>Atrium (14 stories and includes 5 elevators, 2 stairs, upper floor lobbies and basement - atrium volume = 720,000 cubic feet)28,600s.f.$210$6,006,000</p><p>Building Construction Cost162,000s.f.$152$24,629,000</p><p>Furniture, Fixtures &amp; Equipment162,000s.f.$35$5,670,000</p><p>A/E &amp; other fees10% construction$2,462,900</p><p>Land AcquisitionAllowance$2,000,000</p><p>Cost Escalation (3 years)5% per year increase$5,164,094</p><p>Contingency10% const., FFE &amp; fees$3,276,190</p><p>Total Project Costs162,000s.f.$267$43,202,184</p><p>Notes:1. Building out the remaining 8 floors of the high rise will cost more than building at the initial phase. If one additional phaseis required at 5 years the 8 floor (72,000 s.f.) build out could cost $175 per square foot or $12,600,000 (includes fees, FFE &amp; cont.)2. Building out 20,000 s.f. on 2 floors in 5 years could cost $175 per s.f. or $3,500,000 (includes fees, FFE &amp; contingency)3. Cost of adding to parking structure in 5 years could cost $20,000 per space or $6,000,000</p><p>AltOpExp</p><p>National Center for Community Renewal</p><p>Alternate Annual Operating Expenses for Initial Phase of a Phased Project Approach Option 1.14.06</p><p>Budget ItemUnits or AssumptionsUnit CostsBudget Item CostsTotals</p><p>Building Expenses</p><p>Utilities162,000s.f.($2)($324,000)</p><p>Maintenance &amp; Cleaning162,000s.f.($5)($810,000)</p><p>Replacement Reserve162,000s.f.($2)($324,000)</p><p>Taxes &amp; Insurance162,000s.f.($1)($162,000)</p><p>Annual Building Expenses162,000s.f.($10)($1,620,000)</p><p>Salaries (Direct Expenses)</p><p>Building Administration &amp; Operations8staff($35,000)($280,000)</p><p>Training Center9staff($24,000)($216,000)</p><p>Resource Center30staff($30,000)($900,000)</p><p>Institute4staff($40,000)($160,000)</p><p>Annual Salaries (Direct Expenses)51staff($30,510)($1,556,000)</p><p>Overhead (Indirect Expenses)80%($1,556,000)($1,244,800)</p><p>Total Annual Operating Costs162,000s.f.($27.29)($4,420,800)</p><p>AltIncome</p><p>National Center for Community Renewal</p><p>Annual Income Projections for Initial Phase of a Phased Project Approach Option 1.14.06</p><p>Assumed annual number of Community Renewers trained = (105 rooms)(150 days occupancy per year) / (6 days average training stay per person) = 2,625</p><p>Assumed average cost per trainee for registration and housing = $500 registration + (6 days x $85 per day for housing) = $1015</p><p>Retail rental area of 7,200 s.f. will result in approximately 1 job for every 300 s.f. or 24 additional jobs</p><p>Budget ItemUnits or AssumptionsUnit IncomeSub TotalsTotals</p><p>Income Categories</p><p>Registrations2,625registrations$500$1,312,500</p><p>Training Center Hotel Rooms15,750room days$85$1,338,750</p><p>Retail Rental Income7,200s.f.$18$129,600</p><p>Museum / Gift Shop Sales3,500s.f.$300$1,050,000</p><p>Total Annual Income162,000s.f.$24$3,830,850</p><p>Total Annual Expenses162,000s.f.($27.29)($4,420,800)</p><p>Total Annual Net Income162,000s.f.($3.64)($589,950)</p></li><li><p>Center for Community RenewalShreveport, Louisiana2008</p><p>ProjectBudget</p><p>National Cent...</p></li></ul>