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pittsford community center presentation
PITTSFORD COMMUNITY CENTER PRESENTATION
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PITTSFORD RECREATION CENTER
PROJECT HISTORY
Under consideration since 1999.
Current Effort began in 2014.
Citizens Committee Meeting Dates:
February 10, 2016
February 24, 2016
May 17, 2016
Parks and Recreation Advisory Board Review:
May 12, 2016
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TOWN OF PITTSFORD
CITIZEN COMMITTEE MEMBERS
Dr. Joel Agate
Town Resident, family participates in Rec
Programs, Asst. Professor at SUNY Brockport
Recreation and Leisure Studies
Ron Anderson
Parks and Recreation Advisory Board Member
and Senior Center participant
Peggy Brizee
President of Historic Pittsford
Mark Connors, DDS
Pittsford Family Dental
Bob Corby
Pittsford Village Mayor
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Mary Gehl Doyle, Chair
Town Board Member
John Limbeck
Planning Board Chairman, Former Village Building
Inspector and Code Enforcement Officer, 25+
years experience as a senior construction
manager, Consultant to KCI Engineering
Nancy Sprenkle
Former Planning Board Chairperson
Kathy VanderZwaag
Village Resident
Paul Wilson
Pittsford Parks and Recreation Advisory Board
Chairman, and former Director of Recreation for
the Town of Pittsford
COMMUITY CENTER MASTER PLAN
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OPTION 1
NECESSARY REPAIRS/REPLACEMENTS ONLY
COST:
$ 6.1 Million
COST per household of
average assessed value:
$45.26/year for 15 years=$679.00
Average assessed value in Pittsford is $275,075.
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OPTION 2
FULL RENOVATION OF SPIEGEL CENTER
COST:
$9.3 Million
COST per household of
average assessed value:
$69/year for 15 years=$1,035
Average assessed value in Pittsford is $275,075.
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OPTION 3
NEW BUILDING
COST:
$14.6 Million
COST per household of
average assessed value:
$108/year for 15 years = $1,620
OR
$78/year for 25 years = $1,950
Average assessed value in Pittsford is $275,075.
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COST DETAILS
OPTION 1
NECESSARY REPAIRS/REPLACEMENTS ONLY:
$6,077,742
Existing Conditions/Sitework
$24,102
General Trades
$3,147,818
Fire Protection
$143,049
Plumbing
$377,589
HVAC
$1,021,775
Electrical
$810,887
Contractor Overhead & Profit (10%)
$552,522
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COST DETAILS
OPTION 2
FULL RENOVATION:
$9,292,114
OPTION 3
NEW BUILDING:
$14,574,732
Sitework
$500,000
General Trades
$5,949,431
Fire Protection
$260,360
Plumbing
$781,080
Existing Conditions/Sitework
$619,419
General Trades
$3,977,152
Fire Protection
$152,089
Plumbing
$411,489
HVAC
$1,281,980
HVAC
$1,071,495
Electrical
$1,627,250
Electrical
$887,388
Contractor Overhead & Profit (8.5%)
$884,009
Contractor Overhead & Profit (8.5%)
$605,118
Contingency (5%)
$520,005
Contingency (5%)
$355,952
Soft Costs (15%)
$1,770,617
Land
$1,000,000
Soft Costs (15%)
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$1,212,015
AMENITIES
COMPARISION
RENVATIN
Option
1
Option
2
Option
PROGRAM AREA (SF)
3
Option
Option
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1
2
Option
PROGRAM AREA (SF)
3
$6,077,742
GENERAL GUIDING PRINCIPLES
1. Cost
2. Efficiency
3. Continuity in Programs
4. Reasonable Goals
5. Avoiding Duplication
6. Location
7. Historic Preservation
8. Broad Public Support
9. Formal Public Approval
10. Timing
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OPTION 2: SPIEGEL CENTER FULL RENOVATION
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GARDEN LEVEL
FIRST FLOOR
SECOND FLOOR
GARDEN LEVEL
Multi-Purpose Room – 878 SF
Multi-Purpose Room – 1415 SF
Storage – 251 SF
Child Care – 1080 SF
Toilets – (4) – 70 SF
Child Care – 848 SF
Storage – 77 SF
Storage – 87 SF
Mechanical/IT/Storage – 3440 SF
Youth Programming – 545 SF
Youth Programming – 777 SF
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FIRST FLOOR
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Kitchen – 585 SF
Senior Center Office – 199 SF
Multi-Purpose Room – 1476 SF
Senior Citizen Lounge – 985 SF
Toilets (2) – 189 SF/208 SF
Offices – 843 SF
Reception – 200 SF
Lobby with Elevator – 2241 SF
Toilets & Lockers (2) – 332 SF/378 SF
Gymnasium – 2924 SF
Storage – 517 SF
Multi-Purpose Room – 788 SF
Offices – 794 SF
KITCHEN & MULTI-PURPOSE
LAYOUT WITH ROUND TABLES
64 SEATS
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ALTERNATE LAYOUT WITH
RECTANGULAR TABLES
112 SEATS
SECOND FLOOR
Classroom / Programs – 880 SF
Classroom / Programs – 815 SF
Classroom / Programs – 449 SF
Classroom / Programs – 562 SF
Classroom / Programs – 448 SF
Storage – 235 SF
Toilets (2) – 271 SF
Offices – 843 SF
Dance – 2008 SF
Multi-Purpose / Fitness / Dance – 788 SF
Multi-Purpose / Fitness / Dance – 794 SF
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LOBBY ENTRANCE from Parking Lot
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OPTION 3: NEW BUILDING
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PITTSFORD RECREATION CENTER
FIRST FLOOR
Gymnasium – 9824 SF
Child Care / Youth Services – 4156 SF
Locker Room (2) – 826 SF
Multi-Purpose Room – 2531 SF
Senior Center Offices – 878 SF
Senior Center – 2228 SF
Toilets (2) – 361 SF
Mech / IT / Storage – 500 SF
Offices / Check – In – 2488 SF
Kitchen – 953 SF
Multi-Purpose Room – 3131 SF
Lobby – 2581 SF
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SECOND FLOOR
Run / Walk Track – 3622 SF
Classroom – 900 SF
Classroom – 1442 SF
Classroom (2) – 1715 SF
Toilets (2) – 326 SF
Classroom – 1786 SF
Dance – 1994 SF
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NEW BUILD
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LAYOUT FOR NEW BUILDING SITE
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PITTSFORD RECREATION CENTER
NEW BUILDING SITE PLAN
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COMMUNITY CENTER CURRENT USAGE DATA
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COMMUNITY CENTER
Current Key Programs
Child Care (Ages 16 months – 5)
Melody Kids (Pre - K Music)
Bridge Classes
Parent and Tot Open Gym
Summer Camp (Ages 5 - 13)
Debbie McVean Aerobics
Sporty Sprouts (Pre – K Sports)
The After School Program
School Break Camps (ages 5 – 13)
Kindergarten Wrap
Martial Arts
Write Your College Application
Babysitter’s Training
Ballet / Dance Class
Soccer Shots for Youth
Sweetheart Dance
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Open Basketball (All Ages)
COMMUNITY CENTER
8236
Program
Enrollments
836
Programs Held
$779,651
Program Revenue
Generated in 2015
$545,760 in 2003
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6864
Hours reserved by
community members
for room use
8662
Hours of facility use by the
Recreation Department for
programming and other
town related meetings
6226 in 2013
7482 in 2013
*Does not include Pittsford Youth Services, Child Care, and Pittsford Nautilus
SENIOR CENTER
Tuesday Club Lunches
Monroe County Nutrition Program Lunch Club 60
Feldenkrais
Arthritis Exercise
Balance
Euchre Classes and Parties
Craft Club
Yoga
Men’s Group
Zumba Gold
Tax Prep
Thursday Trips
Defensive Driving
NIA
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Tai Chi
7940
Activity Enrollments
(Individual Class
Registrations)
Over 700 Unique
Participants
TIMELINE
Community Sessions
Tuesday, June 21 at 7:00pm
Wednesday, June 29 at 7:00pm
Saturday, July 9 at 10:00am
Town Board Present Recommendation
No later than July 19
Public Referendum on Financing
Tuesday, October 18
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