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UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA
BOARD OF VISITORS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE

January 23, 1998
10:45 a.m. - 11:45 p.m.,
East Oval Room, The Rotunda


I. CONSENT AGENDA

A. ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN GUIDELINES, SCOTT STADIUM EXPANSION - PARKING -- The Scott Stadium Expansion project includes the construction of a parking facility. The current proposal calls for the facility to be built at the south end of Scott Stadium in the Bryant Hall parking lot. Rich and Associates, the project architect for the parking component, in conjunction with the Architect for the University, has developed architectural design guidelines for the Board's consideration.

B. ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN GUIDELINES, STUDENT RESIDENCE HALL

This project is the second phase of the Cauthen House project. The new residence hall will house 140 students. It will be similar in appearance and layout to Cauthen House, but will not have the ground floor classroom spaces. Hanbury Evans Newill Vlattas, the project architect, in conjunction with the Architect for the University, has developed architectural design guidelines for the Board's consideration.

C. ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN GUIDELINES, CLINCH VALLEY COLLEGE FOOTBALL FACILITY -- Clinch Valley College is proposing an athletics complex that will enhance the student experience by improving opportunities for intercollegiate and intramural competition and by accommodating a variety of academic events. The football facility is the first project in the complex. Architectural design guidelines for the complex were approved by the Committee in July, 1993. Thompson+Litton, the project architect, in conjunction with the Architect for the University, has revised these guidelines to reflect current goals and objectives and will present them for the Board's consideration.

D. ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN GUIDELINES, CLARK HALL RENOVATION AND ADDITION -- The project will renovate Clark Hall and will construct additions for the Department of Environmental Sciences and the Science and Engineering Library. Ellenzweig Associates, the project architect, in conjunction with the Architect for the University, has developed architectural design guidelines for the Board's consideration.

E. ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN GUIDELINES, EAST PRECINCT CHILLER PLANT -- The project will 1) support the future addition of 6,000 tons of chilled water for the east precinct of the Health Sciences Center, 2) offer future support to the new Biomedical Engineering and Medical Research Building, 3) allow the retirement of aging, inefficient building chillers, and 4) provide redundant service to the hospital. RMF Engineering, the project engineer, in conjunction with the Architect for the University, has developed architectural design guidelines.

F. ASSIGNMENT OF PAVILION IV - Professor and Mrs. Kenneth Elzinga were assigned Pavilion IV by the Board in 1992, with the lease to begin on November 30th of that year; the lease was to remain in force until November 29, 1997. The proposed consent item extends the lease for five years.

II. ACTION ITEMS

A. SCHEMATIC DESIGN, SCOTT STADIUM EXPANSION -- This project will increase the seating capacity in Scott Stadium to over 60,000, and it includes renovation, reconstruction, site improvements, and new construction. The goal is to have the project completed by the 2000 football season with construction phased to accommodate the intervening football seasons. Heery International, the project architect, working with the Department of Athletics, Facilities Management, and the Architect for the University, has developed a schematic design based on the architectural design guidelines that were approved on November 7, 1997.

B. SCHEMATIC DESIGN, STUDENT RESIDENCE HALL -- This project is the second phase of the Cauthen House project. The residence hall will house 140 students. It will be similar in appearance and layout to Cauthen House, but will not have the ground floor classroom spaces. Hanbury Evans Newill Vlattas, the project architect, working with the Housing Division, Residence Life staff, Facilities Management, and the Architect for the University, has developed a schematic design proposal for the project.

DT>C. SCHEMATIC DESIGN, CLINCH VALLEY COLLEGE FOOTBALL FACILITY -- Clinch Valley College is proposing an Athletics complex that will enhance the student experience by improving opportunities for intercollegiate and intramural competition and by accommodating a variety of academic events. The football facility is the first project in the complex. Thompson+Litton, the project architect, working with Clinch Valley College, Facilities Management, and the Architect for the University, has developed a schematic design proposal for the project.

III. REPORTS BY THE VICE PRESIDENT FOR MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET

A. VICE PRESIDENT'S REMARKS -- Ms. Capone will address issues of interest to the Committee.

B. MISCELLANEOUS REPORTS -- There are no major changes to the Major Project Status, Professional Services Contracts, and Pavilion Occupancy reports.


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