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File #: 21-4034    Version: 1 Name: Update; Recreation Center and Library Feasibility Study
Type: Consideration Item Status: Old Business
File created: 4/5/2021 In control: Mansfield Park Facilities Development Corporation
On agenda: 9/16/2021 Final action:
Title: Update; Recreation Center and Library Feasibility Study
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Title
Update; Recreation Center and Library Feasibility Study

Requested Action
Project Update

Recommendation
Project Update

Description/History
The recently adopted 2020 Parks, Recreation, Open Space and Trails Master Plan included a multi-generational recreation center as the highest priority project in the 10-year plan. Following direction from City Council during the February workshop, the Community Services Department is proposing to complete a feasibility study and develop conceptual design options for a potential co-located multi-generational recreation center and library facility. The desired program amenities to be housed in this facility include: library spaces for children, teens and adults, multi-use gymnasiums, fitness and wellness amenities, multi-use classrooms/meeting rooms, banquet facilities with kitchen, indoor walking track, indoor aquatic center (leisure pool, therapy pool and lap lanes), children’s play areas, administrative offices, storage and mechanical space, and outdoor park and aquatic facilities.

The consultant agreement specifically includes, but is not limited to the following:
· Analysis of site alternatives
· Development of multiple conceptual designs
· Program and space use plans
· Operational budget pro-forma
· Construction cost estimation and schedule
· Community engagement facilitation services

The planning process will include a series of steering committee and public input meetings, with regular updates provided to the City Council, MPFDC and Library Board throughout the duration of the project. The project will conclude with a final presentation to City Council, currently anticipated in September 2021. The team of Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture, Pacheco Koch, June Garcia and Water Technology, Inc. was chosen based on multiple factors, including: qualifications of personnel; project schedule; experience with similar projects; references and reputation; methodology; and the architectural team’s capability to perf...

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