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Scope Of Work

The College requested the submittal of qualifications from architectural and consultant firms interested in providing planning services to develop a comprehensive Campus Master Plan (CMP) for the Redwood Campus in accordance with the Commission on Colleges and Universities of the Northwest Association of Schools, Colleges, and Universities accreditation standard. The College intends to develop a comprehensive CMP that integrates the requirements of the College's institutional mission and educational programs with the needs of the community. Services shall include completion of a comprehensive review of existing CMP, evaluation of existing facilities, identification of current and anticipated facility requirements, and preparation of a plan that addresses the identified needs. A component of the CMP will be the development of a financial strategy to accomplish the recommended improvements.

Section A.  Specific Objectives

The specific objectives and development of the CMP shall include but not necessarily be limited to the following:

  1. Complete on-campus collaborative programming workshops, including supplemental interviews with internal and external stakeholders.
  2. Develop a long-range procedure to guide incremental decisions for the development of campus facilities.
  3. Develop a facilities condition index for existing campus buildings.
  4. Prepare a capital improvement plan that addresses the operational and growth needs of the College for the Redwood Campus.
  5. Develop two campus site plan options that also includes placement of a new building and parking on campus. Develop a third campus option using the existing Building and provide ROM cost for the suggested renovation.

It was anticipated that the development of the CMP would be accomplished, as indicated below, in two phases. The first phase from May 2019 through July 2019, and the second phase from August 2019, through December 2019. Prioritization of work activities for the project will be a joint effort between RCC and the selected firm based in part upon available funding. The scope of work for Phase 1 and Phase 2 includes but is not necessarily be limited to the following:

Phasing of Project
Section A: Data Review/Space Evaluation and Developing a Schematic for the CMP

  1. Review existing planning documents and reports, including but not limited to the following:
    1. 2012 institutional master plan.
      • Institutional consistency connecting all campuses.
    2. 2018 science program space requirement report.
    3. 2018 building condition report for existing science building.
  2. Review and evaluate existing campus buildings and parking inventory.
    1. Review available space(s).
    2. Review space classification.
    3. Review occupancy requirements and deficiencies.
    4. Evaluate building condition and estimated remaining usefulness.
  3. Review and evaluate all campus program requirements through a series of workshops.
    1. Review campus academic programs.
    2. Review student life programs.
    3. Review and determine community activities, future and current, and their associated space requirements.
    4. Review space requirements for all programs identified.
    5. Review credit hour production data; duration rooms are used for courses based on course credit requirements.
  4. Review facility standards and compare to other Higher Education standards recognized by peer institutions in a comparable geographic area.
  5. Review existing facilities and audit current building format.
    1. General fund facilities space.
    2. Auxiliary funded facilities space.
  6. Identify unique program assets, including the use of the RCC center in Illinois Valley and sharing space with K-12 or other institutions.
  7. Evaluate campus space requirements.
    1. Define curriculum facility needs.
    2. Define student life facility needs
    3. Evaluate potential shared spaces and resulting space created.
    4. Review and evaluate the impact of proposed facility improvements.
  8. Compare identified facility requirements with existing facility inventory.
  9. Public input: Develop a series of campus open house workshops to gather public feedback on the concepts collected during Phase 1.
  10. Provide presentations to Board Committees, Campus Councils, and Executive Team.

Section B: Phase 2: Development of Campus Master Plan

  1. Recommend specific facility improvements.
    1. General fund facilities space.
    2. Auxiliary funded facilities space.
  2. Prepare an updated CMP.
    1. Identify duplication of space(s).
    2. Identify recommended shared spaces and provide a recommended use for the space(s) made available.
    3. Identify proposed improvements of existing facilities.
    4. Identify proposed construction for additional facilities.
    5. Integrate previous planning efforts to define updated recommendations for outdoor improvements.
      • Vehicular circulation and parking.
      • Outdoor learning complex improvements.
  3. Prepare three comprehensive options for the proposed Campus Master Plan.
    1. Facility improvements.
    2. Site improvements.
    3. Information technology improvements.
    4. Placement of new science program facility.
  4. Recommend a capital improvement plan with the following cost projections.
    1. Five year (5) capital cost projections.
    2. Ten year (10)  capital cost projections.