Pathways to the Future Board of Trustees July 18, 2012

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Pathways to the Future Board of Trustees July 18, 2012
Pathways to the Future
Board of Trustees
July 18, 2012
Board of Trustees
July 18, 2012
Downriver Campus Update
Heinz C. Prechter Educational
& Performing Arts Center
Michigan Institute for Public
Safety Education (MIPSE)
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Main Stage Events
Where we have been . . .
Tormé Sings Tormé
Christmas with
Aaron Neville
A Valentine’s Day Celebration
Michel Lauziére
Master of the Unusual
Halloween Fun for the
Whole Family!
Damn Yankees
The Home-Run Broadway Musical
This event will include a main stage
family show featuring Puppet Art Detroit.
In addition to the show a workshop on
puppet making will be offered.
Presenting a mixed–genre blend of four Detroit favorites
in an up-tempo, rhythmic display of some of the areas
best musical talent.
This is an event that the whole family can
enjoy! Pre-show activities including campuswide trick-or-treating, holiday-themed
activities and a costume parade across the
stage prior to the main stage theatre
performance.
A Gospel and Blues musical extravaganza
written and directed by Victor R. Pisano
and produced by Judy Belushi Pisano and
Dan Aykroyd. The Official Blues Brothers
Revue is foremost a homage to Chicago’s
rich history of Blues, Gospel, and
traditional Soul music and is an energetic
take-off of the characters and
blockbuster film made famous by Belushi
and Aykroyd.
A delightful classical Broadway Musical sure
to provide just the right mood to kick-off
the holiday season!
It is the story of what takes place in New
York City following Macy's Thanksgiving Day
Parade, as people are left wondering
whether or not a department store Santa
might be the real thing. Kris Kringle is the
personification of good will and holiday
spirit.
Internationally renown musician Regina
Carter is a master of improvisational jazz
violin. Though her work draws upon a
wide range of musical influences-she has
crafted a signature voice and
style...Carter's performances highlight
the often overlooked potential of the
jazz violin for its lyric, melodic, and
percussive potential. Her early training
as a classical musician is reflected in the
fluidity, grace, and balance of her
performance.
Duke Ellington
Alvin Waddles
Langston Hughes
Zora Neal Hurston
New Years Eve 1929! Harlem’s hottest night
club, the Garden of Joy, is ringing in the New
Year with a live radio broadcast celebrating the
decade of the Harlem Renaissance. The play
features electrifying live jazz, blues and
classical music by keyboard artist Alvin Waddles
and is band. THE GARDEN OF JOY infuses the
writings of Langston Hughes, Countee Collen,
Zora Neal Hurst, W.E.B. DuBois and others wit
the music of Fats Waller, Duke Ellington and
more to bring the joy, humor, struggle and
energy of this astonishing moment in American
history and culture. Garden of Joy features a
cast of five and a four piece band.
This is a Wharton Center Theatre Production,
and can be presented as a school and/or a
general audience show.
All About the Arts
Coffee Series
Where we have been . . .
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All About the Arts
Coffee Series
Where we have been . . .
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All About the Arts
Coffee Series
Where we have been . . .
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Where we are going. . .
Tentative September 2012 – Music - Paxahau –
producers of MOVEMENT – Detroit’s Electronic
Music Festival will be our guests for this event.
The lecture/discussion will include: the history of
the Festival; the development of electronic music
as a genre (highlighting notable Detroit-area
performers and innovators) and a discussion on
the future of electronic music
Tentative November 2012 - Visual Arts – the history of
Pewabic Pottery would be presented including the different
types of pottery that have been produced over the years, as
well as, the pottery that is being produced today will be
displayed.
Where we are going. . .
Tentative February 2013 –Theatre - A panel of experts
will lead a discussion on the history, progression and
current state of African Americans in the theatre.
Tentative April 2013 – Poetry - An evening of poetry
to celebrate National Poetry month. Several different
forms of poetry will be performed to contrast and
compare while looking for universal themes.
Brown and Juanita C. Ford
Downriver Art Gallery
Exhibitions
Brown and Juanita C. Ford
Downriver Art Gallery
Exhibitions
Educators Create Exhibit
Downriver Campus
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Where we are going. . .
Art Open Reception
October 11, 2012
Downriver Campus
Featuring
Artist: Nora Chapa Mendoza
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Additional Events
Presented by the
School of Continuing Education
Additional Events
District Events
PTK
Induction
Ceremony
Health Science
Pinning Ceremony
Additional Events
Community Events
WCCCD &
Wayne County Sheriff
Partnership
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Partnership Training
Large Truck Precision Driving Training
Motorcycle Driver Training
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CPR for Healthcare Provider
Partnership Training
Special Response Team/Water Entry
Pressure Point Control Tactics
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Partnership Training
Youth Leadership 21
Downriver CERT
Downriver Dive Team
District Safety Program
Improved Safety Signage
Emergency Evacuation
CPR & First Aid
FEMA Incident Command
School of Continuing Education
Benton Harbor High School
Best Practice Trip
MIPSE Open House
MIPSE Open House
Live Burn
Workforce Development
Fermi II
Fermi Fossil
Solutia
School of Continuing Education
Bridge to Asia
Hispanic Heritage
Kids’ Fish ‘n Fun Day
Community Partnership Continuing
Education Workshops/Seminars
Boy Scout Merit Badge Mania
Guidance Center Dash
Mending the Safety Net
College Night
Northwest Campus
New Construction
Northwest Campus
New Construction Update
The project is approximately 89% complete
Northwest Campus
New Construction Update
General Arts Building - working on interior build out
Road curbs at North end in - ready or paving
Removal of temp doors at 2nd & 3rd floor; finish exterior
Final coat of paint being applied 3rd floor classrooms
Bathroom fixtures installed
Interior glass at door frames being installed
 Elevator installed
 Drywall 90% done
Northwest Campus
New Construction Project
East perspective
View from Northbound
Service Drive
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Northwest Campus
New Construction Project
South perspective with seating
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Northwest Campus
New Construction Project
Native Grass
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Northwest Campus
New Construction Project
Conservation Landscaping Signage
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Northwest Campus
New Construction Project
Ice Storage Tanks
Standing seam roof and
metal panel at roof light well
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Northwest Campus
New Construction Project
General Arts Building west elevation
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Northwest Campus
New Construction Project
Loop road progress
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Northwest Campus
New Construction Project
East elevation
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Northwest Campus
New Construction Project
Lecture Hall
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Northwest Campus
New Construction Project
Corridor view
Corridor wood panel
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Northwest Campus
New Construction Project
2nd Floor Mechanical Room
Elevators at 1st floor
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Pipe installation
Northwest Campus
New Construction Project
Glass Doors
Classroom
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Northwest Campus
New Construction Project
Faculty Lounge
Open office area
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Recycle center cabinet
Northwest Campus
New Construction Project
Wood door installation
Security card reader
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Northwest Campus
Deferred Maintenance
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Northwest Campus
Deferred Maintenance
LEED certified prairie grass
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Northwest Campus
Deferred Maintenance
Renovated new classrooms
EMT Lab
New Certified
Nursing Assistant Lab
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District Office
Deferred
Maintenance
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District Office
Deferred Maintenance
Replacement of Mechanical System – New Pumps
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Downtown Campus
Deferred Maintenance
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Downtown Campus
Deferred Maintenance
Renovations of restrooms – Demolition 100% complete
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Downtown Campus
Deferred Maintenance
Renovations of restrooms – Ceramic tile 90% complete
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Downtown Campus
Deferred Maintenance
Renovations of restrooms – Ceramic tile 90% complete
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Downtown Campus
Deferred Maintenance
Digital controls
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Downtown Campus
Deferred Maintenance
Tile removed and replaced
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Eastern Campus
Corporate College
University Center
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Eastern Campus
Corporate College
University Center
HVAC Program
Removed and replaced
six furnaces
Advance Manufacturing
Installed new super
mini mill
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Eastern Campus - Deferred Maintenance
Corporate College
University Center
Safety maintenance – replacement of lights
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Western Campus
Deferred
Maintenance
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Western Campus
Deferred Maintenance
Soccer field – raising and seeding
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Western Campus
Deferred Maintenance
Soccer Field
Installing trench drain
Preparing and grading
soccer field for approach
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Pathways to the Future
Current Expenditures
DEFERRED MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTIONAL EQUIPMENT
$306,254.00
$70,136.00
NEW CONSTRUCTION
$1,368,556.00
TOTAL
$1,744,946.00

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