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CU.T.R Center for Urban Transportation Research Project Number BR -502 Uni versity of South Florida State of Florida Board of Regents Alfomo Architec1s, Jnc. 1705 North 16th Street Tampa, Florida 33605 November 7, 1994

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JN1RODUCITON Alfonso Architects, Inc, is pleased to submit for your review this Conceptual Schematic Design Phase submittal for the new home of the Center for Urban Transportation Research at the University of South Florida The design presented is the result of a cooperative effort by the design team, building committee, CUIR staff and the University of South Florida Facilities Planning office. Included is documentation of the analyses performed regarding the project program, site and building imagery. The recommended solution represents a synthesis of the spirit of ctrrR, the requirements of program and the constraints of site expressed as an architectural ideal. This submittal is the :first step toward the successful completion of a building that embodies functionality, user friendliness and design excellence. With this as a strong basis for further investigation, we can be assured that the goals of all participants will be achieved and that the future home of the Center for Urban Transportation Research will represent the excellence of those involved in its creation. Alfonso Architects, Inc. is looking fonvard to proceeding with the next phase of this project. We would appreciate any comments you might have regarding this submittal.

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DESIGNTFAM SIRUCIURAL ENGINEER MECHANICAL I EU'.CIRlCAL ENGINEER Alfonso Architects, Inc 1706 North 1 6tli Street Tampa, Florida 33605 247-3333 DSA Group, Inc. 2005 Pan Am Circle Tampa, Florida 33607 873-1222 Stephen Whitehouse Engineers 109 N. Brush Street, SuitelOO Tampa, Florida 33602 228-8212 Allston-Greenlees, Inc. 11963 N. Florida A ve Suite B Tampa, Florida 33612 935-7188

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BUJI.DJNG PROGRAM
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Center for Urban Transportation Research BR-502 U niversity of South Florida Alfonso Architects October 10, 1994 Comparative Site Ana4r.sis-Proposed Sites B' and E Location Site B is located immediately west of the existing Engineering Building ENB, South of the loading dock access road and East of the existing solar cho.rging station. The site is generally at the same elevation as building ENB. Site 'E' is located west of the existing Engineering Building ENB with the southern boundary of the site in alignment with the south edge of building ENB. The site extends west toward the existing relocatablc classroom buildings 214 EMA through 216 EMC. The site is generally at an elevation 10 feet below the elevation of building 142 ENB. Building Site Area Site 'B' is approximately 88'-0 by 122 '-0 and contain s 10 ,736 square feet. If the existing solar charging station can be partially relocated, t he site area can become 130'-0" by 122'-0 containing 15,860 square feet. However relocating part of the solar charging station will effect the existing retention pond West of the station. Only if the buildings are separatc<:l by over 20 feet can the new building have unprotected wall openings on the East side ( totaling 40%}. This reduces the available site areas to 68' X 122' (8,296 S.F.) and 110' X 122' (13,420 S. F.). Site 'E' is app r oximately 200'-0" by 105 -0" and contains 21,000 square feet. The same criteria for allowable window openings on the East side of the new building applies, reducing the site area to 180' X 105' (18,900 S. F.}. Bnilding Site T
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CUTR Site Analysis October 10, 1994 Page Two Alfonso Architects Site E fulls 9'-0 in elevation East to West in two sloped sections. One section immediately west of building ENB is sloped 1 in 10 for 40' -0" while the remainder of t he site is more gently sloped a t 1 in 40. If t he building footpri n t is kept west of the he avily sloping part of the availab le site then relatively minor cut and fill operations would be required to obtain a level building site. Existing Encumbrances Site 'B' contains several existing utility line crossings; 8" chilled water, 311 hot water, electrical, communications and sanitary sewer lines and electrical tran sformers serving building ENB. All o f these utilities cross the north end of the building siw. Unless these utilities a
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Alfonso Architects CUTR Site Analysis October 10, 1994 Page Three direction> resul ting in a greater southern exposure. This type of orientation is prefer red at this latitude because of the a bility to control sunlight and solar heat gain from a southern exposure. Because the new building would be separated from the future p edestrian pathway leading to the future Engineering Quadrangle, an opportunity exists to coru;truct a pedestrian courtyard space South of the pathway. This space could be paved and lan dscaped to create a forecourt to both the new CUTR building as well as the West entrance to building ENB. Possibiliti"'l for Expansion Site 'B' due to its proximity to both the solar charging station and building ENB, has limited opportunity for expansion. I f required, expansion could be accommodated by adding another floo r to the building or by constructing an addition on the south side of the building. Because all conflicting utilities would have been moved before constructing the CUTR building, no further conflicts are anticipated. Site 'E', because of its freestanding nature, would allow the option for expansion in three directions horizontally as well as in a vertical orientation. For expansion to the West, the existing portable classrooms at the West end of the site would need to be relocated elsewhere. Several trees would be removed. Parking New parking fo r both sites 'B' and 'E' could be constructed next to t he solar charging facility with access through existing parking lot 8B. Parking could also be constructed on the .Outh side of the new buildin g with access from Alumni Drive. However, as convenient as this location is for Site E', it is quite some distance from site 'B The cost to build on site 'B' would be affected by the relocation of site utilities, and possibly, the solar charging station. Also effecting cost would be the considerable amount of cut and fill required to obtain a level building site and the construction retaining walls. A detailed extimate of these costs is no t available this time but a list of approximate costs is as follows: Relocate half of solar charging station Relocate retention pond Relocate electr ical transformers Relocate remaining utilities Cut and fill Toral $ 60,000 20,000 50,000 100,000 50,000 $ 280,000

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CUTR Site Analysis October 10, 1994 Page Four Alfonso Architects The cost of building on site 'E' could be affected by the requiremen t to r elocate one or more portable classrooms. The estimated cost to do so is S20,000 Engineering Master Plan Utilizing Site 'B' enables the design to reinforce the pedestrian pathway leading to the future Engineering Quadrangle with a hard edge. Along with building ENG, the massing of the new CUTR building would form a gateway. Site 'E' would address the pedestrian pathway by providing a support space for pedestrian gathering adjacent to the pathway This space also acts as a transition between the building and parking lot 88 as well as any future parking facility constructed West of the project. Currently, a pedestrian walkway conects building ENB with the parking located West of Laurel Drive. A pedestrian courtyard or plaza created on the North side of the proposed building would enhance this pathway. Recommendation After closely studying the merits and liabilities of both sites, we recommend that Site E' be chosen as the site of the new Center for Urban Transportation Research.

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Alfonso Architects AGENDA October 5, 1994 CENTER FOR URBAN 1RANSPORTATION CONCEP1UAL SCHEMATICS DESIGN CHAREI'IB Anticipated Attendees: Albert E. Alfooso Charles T Kitzmiller Rey Bulnes JoePernbo Gary L Brosch Staff The Anticipated Agenda is as follov.s: 1:30 2:00p.m. All Staff Breakup into Small Workgroups Alfonso Architects, Inc. Alfonso Architects, Inc. USF Facilities Planning USF Facilities Plruming Director, CU1R CU1R PROJECI' OVERVJEW DISCUSSION WORK ENVIRONMENT 2:00 2:30p.m. SPECIFIC ADJACENCY REQUIREMENTS (4-5 Staff :Members Per Session) INIERREIATIONSHIPS 2:30 3:00p.m. 3:00 3:30 p.m. 3:30 4:00p.m. Everyone SPECIFIC FUNCTIONAL REQUJREMENTS

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Alfonso Architects MEEllNG MINUIFS: DAlE: October 7, 1994 P.ROJECr: Center For Urban Tilll1SpOrfation P.ROJECr NO: BR-502-University of South Florida MEEilNGDATE: AAIPROlNO: ATIENDEES: 1st Design Charette October 5, 1994 94064.10 Gary Brooch ReyBulnes JoePembo Horace Gordon Albert Alfonso Charles Kitzmiller CUlRStaff Center for Urban Transportation USF Facilities Planning USF Facilities Planning USF Engineering Alfonso Architects, Inc. Alfonso Architects, Inc. AGENDA: Program/Site Issues Alber! E. Alfomo Responses from staff: This is a data collecting session with user participation. Fu:st, we ,,m get an overview of the Building Program then break-up into smaller groups to get into specific issues. List of things you v.ant if there weren't any constraints. Windovvs in offices. Conference rooms equipped with the lates t Audio/Visual teclmology. Quiet room for 2-4 hours of use to concentrate and have to have quiet time. Meeting table as well as regular desks in the offices. The feel of a Class A office space and fwnishings; no painted block hallways & walls. Atrium feel -with greenery, non:-clinical feelings. Segregated offices clustEred instead of lined up in long balls. Shower facilities. Covered vvalkway to the Engineering Building. Warm bulb/fluorescent light fixtmes to maximize the natural lighting. Secure offices & locking doors for nights. Operable windows where possible. Built-in bookshelves in the offices; basic offices now have alot of bookshelves. The work requires closed spaces for privacy, as well as spaces to interact within and meet

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MEETING MINUfES October 7, 1994 Page 1\\'0 Alfonso Architects A number of small confurence rooms that are also private Group offices in cul-de-sac Classrooms -close off access to offioe areas Exhibit space in atrium for displays mostly vvall space. &tta square footage in atrium spaoe In multi-story buildings -stairways that do not feel like "back stairs" or 'fire exits". Shaded outdoor spaoe "piazza'', but not a smoker's lounge Is there a separate room for GIS Facilities (Geographic Information System)? Conferenoe rooms -. staff of 65 -two rooms partitioned to make a bigger space. Gazy Brosch: Choices to oome: Building budget vs. furniture The larger group then broke up into smaller groups. 2:00 p.m sessionAttendees: Gary Brosch ReyBulnes JoePembo Patricia Henderson Rosemary Mathias Fredalyn M Frasier Ron Jones David Gillett Steve Polzyn Albert E. Alfollw Charles Kitzmiller Director Facilities Planning Facilities Planning Connmmications Mgr. CUIR Paratransit Project Manager Research Associate CUTR Student Research Assistant Group Managt.'r Alfonso Architects, Inc Alfonso Architects, Inc. A 'What to cut out first if budget is tight: I. Furniture budget 2. Make atrium -story. B. Group overview organizational charts vvere given to AAI. I. Four ( 4) groups 2. 2 or 3 teams within 3. 25% overlaps with other groups. Offices need to be together. They doitt want a space that foroes the number or size o f groups. The number of clustered offices is not important Gary Brosch wants the ability to organize at random The groups are dynamic -the si.ws and members change all the time but the changes are not come all that ofte!l The groups also have ti.mes of interaction

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MPETING MINUIES October 7, 1994 Page Three Alfonso Architects It is important that the building be expandable. &'tudents are not segregllted out, they have full accesss within the facility. Confereoce rooms and seminar rooms -if used at night, need access o1her than through reception at lobby. Perhaps secondary doors from outside. ['.azy Brosch: If there is a significant atrium area, the perimeter should be secured. A barrier \mich vvould allow the atrium to be secured. Part-time research support students. Need decent space-not necessarily the size and number of rooms now in the program. Still plan for twenty four students. They need bookshelves. They need privacy and quiet space. On page 39 of 1he program they Jist four ( 4) personal computers and printers, but only vvant one (1) printer. Need the ability to hang armwk picture rails in offices and also in hallway. In conference rooms -individual air conditioning controls or exhaust fans to clear-out stuffy air. Furnish conference rooms with audio visual screens and marker boards furniture type. Storage rooms -two (2) kinds. One can be locked for the archives, and the other unlocked for supplies and publications, accessible to everyone. Program item 15 does not need to be one room Archive files can be anywhere llocked/2 unlocked storage rooms -at leru.'t one downstairs. It might be best to have all offices on one floor but it does not have to be that way. Computer GIS equipment needs to be accessible to all groups. All o1her groups must interact witb the administrative group.

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MEE'IlNG MINUIES October 7, 1994 Page Four 2:30 p.m Attendees: Gary Brosch ReyBulnes JoePembo Martin Catala Ron Sheck Tony Rodriguez Beverly Ward Albert E. Alfonso Charles Kitzmiller Alfonso Architects Director Facilities Planning Facilities Planning Student Research Assistant Intennodel & Guideway Research Program.Mgr. Student Research Assistant Deputy Director for Operations Alfonso Architects, Inc. Alfonso Architects, Inc. Student<: Right now, as faculty comes on board, the students are transferred to larger group areas. Try to in smaller groups and spaces. They need quiet spaces perhaps a designated quiet room Library Resource Room: Library with electronic uses equipment listed in program is less than they currently have. Have a few extremel y small work spaces the size of a viork station to serve as a quiet space. Office accommodations Oenmt Storage Position doors to optimize wall space. Plenty of outlets -electric outlets and telephone jacks. Bookshelves. Milp storage. Graphic materials storage. A future flat file/storage. AAl should visit the current facility and look a t what they now have and how they use it Acoustical privacy betvveen offices. Plan to bring in both fiber optic and coaxial cabling into offices, etc. Have adequate space for audiolvisual equipment -slides, projectors. Whiteboard soacelbul!etin board soace on walls.

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MEETING MINUTES October 7, 1994 Page Five Staff Lounge 3:00 p.m session= Attl:!!dccs; Alfonso Architects Audio'visual equipment will be controlled by the resource center. Seminar rooms one must be tiered and be a T.V. Classroom. a room is cl.U'relltly set up in the Engineering Building, MI should see it. Sink with hot water/dishwasher, (Gary Brosch) room for four ( 4) people is big enough we coold save square footage here. They could use this space as a staging area for events in th e Board Room and Conference Rooms. Shaded patio outdoors. Coat hook on each office door. Gary Brosch ReyBulnes JoePembo Bill Ball Daniel Rudye R Bev Grillon Jooeph D. Hagge Laura Lahance Sara Hendricks Albert E. Alfonso Charles Kitzmiller Director Facilities Planning Facilities Planning Research Associate Research Associ ate Research Associ ate Student Research Associate Research Associate Research Associate Alfonso Architects, Inc. Alfonso Architects, Inc. Two (2) rooms or one (I) larger rooms dedicated to GIS applications and graphic applications workstations used to design publications -not used by one (I) user at all times. I t is an itinerant use. The facility should be an office environment with four ( 4) workstations this is not in the current program Need a space for printers and plotters also. Prefer tv..:> (2) rooms: I) GIS (150 s.f.) and 2) Graphic Applications (150 s.f.) Gary Brosch will get ioput as to how large the research labs reallv need tl) he.

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l.VIEETING MINUfES October 7, 1994 Page Six Alfonso Architects Rey Bulnes: Are seminar rooms already committed to be shared with the University? Maybe we can delete one of the seminar rooms and ,.,-e can use the space elsevvhere. Better to make all offices the same size rather than two (2) sizes. All offices should have windows. Have a thermostat in the GIS Room because this equipment produces heat. AAI asked for a inventory of equipment to be used in the new building L ibrary committeetheir needs have doubled since the progJ'lllll was written AAI to meet with the Library Committee. Need more general storage space in the facility. There isn't a space in the progJ'lllll for general file storage: 1be preference v.ould be to cut out a classroom rather than a meeting room.. Possible shower facility for bicycle commuters \\hich could be accessible from outside. Need to secure bicycle storage prefer covered. Parking spaces for visitors only. Perhaps lessen this number? A minimum of ten (I 0). 3:30 p.m.. session:Fntire Grmm Rerowene If the entire group had to cut back on spaces, vvhere would it be? I. Reduce the offices to 120 s.f. 2. Maybe drop a seminar room.

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.MEETING l\.1INlJ1ES October 7, 1994 Page Seven Alfonso Architects Need ro add GIS and Graphic applications worl
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. PROGRAM AREA TABL E CENTER FOR URBAN TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RESEARCH SPACE NO NASF/ AREA/ NO TOT STAT STAT SPACE BOX AREA -. 1 RECEPTION/WAITING 2 200 400 1 400 2 DIRECTOR 1 300 300 1 300 3 RESEARCH LAB 1 130 130 45 5850 . l125 4 RESEARCH SUPPORT 3 75 225 5 5 PART TU!E R ESEARCH 4 65 260 6 1560 6 RESOURCE CENTER 20 40 1000 1 1000 7 BOARDROOM 30 35 1050 1 1050 8 SEMINAR R0011 30 35 1050 2 2100 9 CONFERENCE 12 38 456 2 912 10 MEETING ROOH 4 40 160 2 320 1 1 STAFF LOUNGE 16 2 0 320 1 320 12 CONTROL ROOM 4 80 320 1 320 13 AUDIOVISUAL STOR. 0 -100 1 100 1 4 WORKR00!1 0 -300 1 300 15 STORAGE 0 -300 1 300 TOTAL 15957 T O T STAT 2 1 45 15 24 20 30 60 24 8 16 4 0 0 0 249

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EXHIB I T 6 ESTIMATE SUM MARY AND BUDGET COM P ARI SON I Project N o BR-5 02 Project N ame : Center for Urban Transportation Renarch A/E n a me, address & phon e : Alfo n s o Architects 1705 N 1 6 t h S treet T ampa, Fl. 3 3 6 0 5 813 -247-3333 A/E Project M ana ger: Charles T Kitzmiller =:: ;+ . . Buil d ing Probab l e P rogram Const r uction I: ,-;:; .,., Component Budget C o s t D l ffere"nce Cur r en t Est i mate: SHe r I "'"'"'"""VII 60,000 I 11\,j 20.000 Exterior Utilities Central IIY 30,000 Central n g 30 000 Electrical Dis tribution .. .. Sewer Dis t ribution 15,000 W a t e r D i str i bution (incl. f ire I 15, 000 rl Monitor & Con tro l ""' o .... and P "'"1n g 60,000 lS' 0 -' tl N e w Consruct ion ( i ncl. all ,.,;; J 1,215,000 o?.f'" II;'Q PI" 120 000 HVAC 300,000 Electrical 1 I 300,000 R11"' :. "'"1 0 I 0 & Casework 80 000 "'' Allowances l 'I Oth e r ( ) Other ( ) ..Q&' J ? Estimated Co n struction Cost: Adj. for cost escal a tion to midpoin t of constr. 120,000 ( 75 o/o per mo. x 7 months) A djus t e d Est i mated Con struction Cos t 2,400,000 2,400 000 0 ( Es t. Co nstr u ction Cost + Esca l atio n) Page 1 o f 2 .. .

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Estimate Summary and Budget Compa r ison A lterna t es #1 Covere d walkway on North. side of buildin6 #2 #3 #'I #5 . . .. ,I' r : '..J : ': Measurements per 6A-2: N e t Square F eet Gross Square Feet . Net /Gross Ratio Cost per GSF M easurement s per Subparagraph 3.14.2 of the Professional S ervices Guid e I Bldg. Gross Square Feet (3.14 2.1) Net Assignable Square Feet (3.14.2.2) Covered Walkway GSF {3.14.2.3) Page 2 of 2 Est. Cost $20,000 Programmed 15,957 23,936 !.50 $!00.27 23,936 15,957 EXHIBIT 6 (Cont'd) Adj. to Area + 1 520 S.F. . Actual 16,949 24 '927 L47 $96 28 24,927 15,957

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