Specifications include, but are not limited to: 1.Mobilization / Data Collection: Review schedule and deliverables with the project management team. Compile existing programmatic and campus information that is necessary to complete the identified scope of services using surveys, interviews, and other applicable techniques.
2.Space Program and Room Requirements: Analyze campus instructional space utilization to inform program development. Develop room size standards and planning modules, and furnish a space inventory by room with total assignable square footage suitable for inclusion in Basis of Design. Identify building gross square footage.
3.Room Data Sheets/Conceptual Room layouts: Generate room data sheets and conceptual room layouts for each repetitive and minor unique room type. Specific room and building system requirements will be presented that address user needs (e.g. convenience, privacy, safety, security, and communications) and physical environmental factors (e.g. comfort, lighting, materials, finishes, building systems, and furnishings.)
4.Cost Estimate:Provide an estimate of probable costs based on conceptual program.
5.Site feasibility: at the direction of the University, the selected design team will prepare a feasibility study for identified potential sites. The feasibility study shall include an analysis of all relevant factors for determining the likelihood of successful completion of the project. The study shall include but not be limited to: site access, access to utilities and available capacities, site attributes, including topography, views, exposure, susceptibility to erosion, susceptibility to flooding, climate, and overall suitability for construction of the proposed project and phasing.