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MinnesotaStateColleges&Universities
ProjectNarrative
MSUMankato-NewScience/TraftonRenovationDesign
StateofMinnesota2004CapitalBudgetRequests
1/14/2004
Page112
2004STATEAPPROPRIATIONREQUEST:$2,560,000
AGENCYPROJECTPRIORITY:22of32
PROJECTLOCATION:Mankato
ProjectAtAGlance
ÿDesignconstructionof70,000squarefootnewsciencelabaddition
ÿDesignremodelingof80,140squarefeetofexistingsciencelabs
ÿTraftonproduces30%ofallcredithoursonMankatocampus
ProjectDescription
Design,throughconstructiondocuments,a70,000grosssquarefoot(GSF)
newsciencebuildingandan80,000GSFremodelandrenewaloftheTrafton
ScienceCenter.
Chemistry,geology,andbiologythatrequirehighventilation,willbemoved
tothenewaddition.VacatedportionsonthenorthendofTraftonwillbe
renovatedforengineering.Proposedconstructionwouldbephased:
1st
BienniumPhase1AConstruct70,000GSFnewsciencebldg
Phase1BRemodel36,140GSFinnorthsection
2nd
BienniumPhase2ARemodel44,000GSFinsouthandcenter
Phase2BRenewal,Exteriorshell
Theproposedfundingrequestisasfollows:
ÿDesignthroughbiddocumentsFY2004$2.5million
ÿPhase1NewAddition/NorthRemodelFY2006$30million
ÿPhase2Center/SouthRenovationFY2008$21million
MinnesotaStateColleges&Universities(MnSCU)StrategicPlan
ThisprojectaddressesfourMnSCUstrategicgoals:
IncreaseAccessandOpportunity–
MankatoStateUniversity
(
MSU)’s
enrollmentinmath,science,andengineeringhasgrownmorethan40%in
fiveyears.Partnershipswithregionalandstatebiotechnicalandengineering
industrieshavealsogrown.
StrengthenCommunityDevelopmentandEconomicVitality-
MSUscientists
withstateandbusinesspartnershavedevelopedcollaborativeapplied
studentresearchthroughfiveprivatelyfundedresearchcenters:Water
Resources,AutomotiveResearch(alternativefuels),RapidPrototypingand
Manufacturing,AdvancedTelecommunications,andSpaceImaging.
DeliverHighQualityLearningOptionsandServices-
In2000,aMidwest
Wireless-Nokiapartnershipandfederalgrantcreatedaninnovative,high
technology,wirelesscampus.Withexpandingtechnology,andubiquitous
wirelessaccess,1970sphysicalspacesmustbeimprovedtoprovidehigh
qualitylearning--particularlyforscienceandtechnologydisciplines.
CreateanIntegratedSystem-
Exhibitsgoodstewardshipofstateinvestment
bypreservingasound,existingphysicalasset.
MSUMankatoMasterPlan
Mankato’sMasterFacilitiesPlanwaspresentedtotheBoardofTrusteesin
May2002,andTraftonwasidentifiedasthenumberonepriority.Thiswas
basedonfourconsiderations:1)over-crowdingcreatedbygrowthofthe
basicsciences,engineeringandmathematics;2)anadditionofacivil
engineeringprogramin2001;3)thepressingneedtoestablisha“home
base”fortheelectricalengineeringprogramstartedinthemid-80s;and4)
morethan$14.1millionofdeferredmaintenanceintheTraftoncomplex.
EnrollmentandSpaceUtilization
WhenTraftonopenedin1972,onlybiology,chemistry,physics,andmath,
withatotalof700majors,wereoffered.Enrollmenthasquadrupledto2,800
majorswithexpandedcurriculum:engineering(electrical,computer,
mechanical,andcivil),engineeringtechnology;biotechnology,molecular
biology,andbiochemistry;astronomy;statistics;andemphasesin
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ProjectNarrative
MSUMankato-NewScience/TraftonRenovationDesign
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microbiology,toxicology,humanbiology,andphysiology.
In1972themajorityofTraftongraduateswentintoteaching.Now,most
declaredmajorsareinnon-teachingscienceorengineeringcareers.
FYEEnrollment
FY2000
FY2002
FY2004
FY2006
11,60012,58913,43613,675
The2001MnSCUSpaceUtilizationStudyshowedMankatowitha6%deficit
inteachinglaboratories,and18%inresearchlabs.TheCollegeofScience,
EngineeringandTechnologygenerates47%ofitsenrollmentfromgeneral
educationandservicecoursesforthealliedhealth,nursing,andK-12
education.Underthenewgeneraleducationrequirements,everystudent
musttakeonemathandonelabsciencecourse.Overcrowdingiscommon.
ProjectRationaleandPredesign
Traftonwasconstructedin1972asathree-story224,864GSFstructure.A
55,940GSFnorthadditionwasaddedin1994forengineering.Theexisting
buildinghasthreedefiningsections:
ÿ
TheSouthsection
currentlyhousesbiology,anthropology,andsome
engineering,acivilengineeringlab,theWaterResourcesCenter.
ÿ
TheCentersection
housesacademicclassrooms,lecturehalls,offices,
andelectricalengineeringlabs.Thesecondlevelisanopenoutdoor
plaza.
ÿ
TheNorthsection
housesphysics,astronomy,chemistry,geology,and
electricalengineering,andsocialwork.
Wetlabswillconsolidateinthenewsciencebuildingandinthesouthsection
oftheexistingbuilding.Drylabswilllocateinthenorthsection.Renovation
willreplaceHVAC,replacetheplazawaterproofingandroof,andeliminate
$9millionofdeferredmaintenance.Approximately80,000squarefeetor
35%ofthetotalexistingspaceinTraftonisbeingrenovated.
Programmatically,consolidatingwetlabsinonelocationwillplacechemistry
andbiochemistryincloseproximitytobiologytoenhancecollaboration,
sharesophisticatedinstrumentation,utilizeacommonsupportstaff,andbe
energyefficient.Thenewbuildingwillhaveincreasedinter-floorheights,
providingnecessaryspaceforlabventilation.Becauseofdifferingfloor
heights,connectionoffloorsbetweenbuildingswillbehandledwithramps,
stairs,andelevators.Thisissimilartothe1994EastAdditiontreatment.
Thecentersectionwillbethecoreforinstructionalclassroomsandoffices.
In1972,laboratorypedagogywasvisualanddescriptivewithmicroscopes
andcolorimetricchemistrybeingthenorm.Now,labsarecomputerdriven
withsophisticatedanalyticalinstrumentationthatisabsolutelyessentialto
graduateawell-preparedscientistorengineer.Labsandclassroomswillall
betechnology-enhancedtolinktothelatestscientificdiscoveries.
Bymovingchemistry,thenorthsectioncanbeconvertedto“dry”labs,or
thosenotrequiringheavyventilation.Thefirstfloorwillremainunchanged
withphysicsandastronomy.Thesecondandthirdfloorswillhouse
engineering,amathlab,andaco-locatedanthropologyandsocialwork.
ImpactonAgencyOperatingBudgets(FacilitiesNotes)
BuildingOperationsExpenses
Thenewsquarefootagewillincreaseoperatingcostsby$106,000,but
efficienciesintheexistingbuildingwillsave$42,000(basedonengineering
studybyStewartandAssociates),anetincreaseof$65,000peryear.Three
additionalFTEmaintenanceworkerswillcost$108,000annually.
CapacityofCurrentUtilityInfrastructure
-Thecentralutilityplantprovidesall
utilityservicestothecampus.Anewboilerwasinstalledin2003thatis
adequatefortheaddition.Electricaldistributionisalsoadequate.Coolingis
marginal,requiringanewchilledwaterthermalstoragesystemtoexpand
campuscoolingcapacity.
EnergyEfficiency/Sustainability
-Theadditionwillprovidestateoftheart
ventilationalongwithheatrecoveryequipmenttosaveenergycost.
Renovationwillreplaceinefficient,wornoutHVACequipmentwithenergy-
efficientequipment.
PreviousAppropriationsforthisProject
None.PredesignwascompletedinFebruary2003.
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OtherConsiderations
Thisprojectwouldreduce$9millionindeferredconditionsatTrafton.Items
tobecorrectedinclude:TheAmericanswithDisabilitiesAct(ADA),fire
sprinklers,HVACsystems,asbestosabatement,andmoldproblemsfrom
leakingwater.HigherEducationAssetPreservation(HEAPR)fundswillbe
requestedinthefuturefortheremainingdeferredmaintenance.
ConsequencesofDelayedFunding
ÿ Continuedwasteofenergywithoutdated,inefficientventilation.
ÿ Continuedlackofacademicspaceforteachingandresearch.
ÿ Impededrecruitmentandretentionoffacultyduetoinferiorfacilities.
ProjectContactPerson
SeanMcGoldrick,AssistantVicePrincipal
OfficeofFacilitiesManagement
MinnesotaStateUniversity,Mankato
111WieckingCenter
Mankato,Minnesota56001
Phone:(507)389-2267
Fax:(507)389-5862
E-mail:sean.mcgoldrick@mnsu.edu
Governor'sRecommendations
TheGovernordoesnotrecommendcapitalfundsforthisproject.
MinnesotaStateColleges&Universities
ProjectDetail
MSUMankato-NewScience/TraftonRenovationDesign
($inThousands)
StateofMinnesota2004CapitalBudgetRequest
1/14/2004
Page115
TOTALPROJECTCOSTS
AllYearsandFundingSourcesPriorYearsFY2004-05FY2006-07FY2008-09TOTAL
1.PropertyAcquisition00000
2.PredesignFees151000151
3.DesignFees02,2587836903,731
4.ProjectManagement03029148452,061
5.ConstructionCosts0023,17715,34138,518
6.OnePercentforArt001000100
7.RelocationExpenses00000
8.Occupancy001,8868392,725
9.Inflation003,5723,4907,062
TOTAL1512,56030,43221,20554,348
CAPITALFUNDINGSOURCESPriorYearsFY2004-05FY2006-07FY2008-09TOTAL
StateFunds:
G.OBonds/StateBldgs02,56030,43221,20554,197
StateFundsSubtotal
02,56030,43221,20554,197
AgencyOperatingBudgetFunds151000151
FederalFunds00000
LocalGovernmentFunds00000
PrivateFunds00000
Other00000
TOTAL1512,56030,43221,20554,348
CHANGESINSTATEChangesinStateOperatingCosts(WithoutInflation)
OPERATINGCOSTSFY2004-05FY2006-07FY2008-09TOTAL
Compensation--ProgramandBuildingOperation005454
OtherProgramRelatedExpenses0000
BuildingOperatingExpenses003232
BuildingRepairandReplacementExpenses00105105
State-OwnedLeaseExpenses0000
Nonstate-OwnedLeaseExpenses0000
ExpenditureSubtotal00191191
RevenueOffsets0000
TOTAL
00191191
ChangeinF.T.E.Personnel0.00.00.80.8
SOURCEOFFUNDS
FORDEBTSERVICE
PAYMENTS
(forbond-financed
projects)
Amount
Percent
ofTotal
GeneralFund1,70566.6%
UserFinancing85533.4%
STATUTORYANDOTHERREQUIREMENTS
Projectapplicantsshouldbeawarethatthe
followingrequirementswillapplytotheirprojects
afteradoptionofthebondingbill.
Yes
MS16B.335(1a):Construction/Major
RemodelingReview(byLegislature)
Yes
MS16B.335(3):PredesignReview
Required(byAdministrationDept)
Yes
MS16B.335andMS16B.325(4):Energy
ConservationRequirements
Yes
MS16B.335(5):InformationTechnology
Review(byOfficeofTechnology)
YesMS16A.695:PublicOwnershipRequired
NoMS16A.695(2):UseAgreementRequired
No
MS16A.695(4):ProgramFundingReview
Required(bygrantingagency)
Yes
MatchingFundsRequired(asperagency
request)
YesMS16A.642:ProjectCancellationin2009
MinnesotaStateColleges&Universities
ProjectScoring
MSUMankato-NewScience/TraftonRenovationDesign
StateofMinnesota2004CapitalBudgetRequests
1/14/2004
Page116
STATEWIDESTRATEGICSCORE
CriteriaValuesPoints
CriticalLifeSafetyEmergency-Existing
Hazards
0/7000
CriticalLegalLiability-ExistingLiability0/7000
PriorBindingCommitment0/7000
StrategicLinkage-AgencySixYearPlan0/40/80/12040
Safety/CodeConcerns0/35/70/10535
CustomerService/StatewideSignificance0/35/70/10570
AgencyPriority0/25/50/75/10050
UserandNon-StateFinancing0-10033
StateAssetManagement0/20/40/600
StateOperatingSavingsorOperating
Efficiencies
0/20/40/600
ContainedinStateSix-YearPlanningEstimates0/25/500
Total
700Maximum228