Usage/Flexibility: Describe how the facility will be used and how it will benefit the educational and athletic experiences of the students at the school. Include site location and a specific design (floor plan, room layout, equipment location, etc.) for the facility. Is it a multi-use facility or sport/athlete specific facility? (no only for softball) What are the other uses for the facility? (the outdoor rest rooms for fans can be used for fans for the football and track team fans as well) Explain the flexibility of the facility’s uses. Finance/Budget: Research the estimated total cost of the project and present a budget for your project that includes projected costs, sources of income both public and private. If you are renovating an existing facility, take the facility as it currently exists and itemize the costs associated to bringing your project to reality. If you are building a new facility you will need to research all costs associated with building the facility from the ground up. This may or may not include land purchase. In either case there will be costs associated with purchasing furniture, equipment, data/information/computers and other items needed to get your facility up and running. Are there sponsorship and/or advertising dollars available? Naming rights allowed? Describe your plan and ideas for generating revenue through these and other sources. It is suggested that budgets include income sources and projected expenses presented in tables or charts. Ideally costs and income should be presented in easy to read tables and/or charts. Timeline: Should include estimated times it will take to work through the entire process of design, fundraising/funding, approval, construction and finishing of your facility. It is preferred that timelines include tables, charts or some other graphic display that makes them easier to understand. Barriers: What are the barriers that you envision having to overcome? How will you overcome those barriers? How will it be paid for? Who makes the final decision? How will you develop consensus for the project? Are there institutional or community dynamics that are unique to your project that must be considered to gain approval? the facility would be made in Baltimore Maryland. Governmental Approval Process – What will need to be done in terms of permits and submittals to have your project approved by the appropriate governmental organizations (city, state, county, school district, college/university system, environmental organizations, etc.,) Management/Maintenance: Once constructed describe the management plan. How will the facility be run and maintained? Who will be responsible for its upkeep and regular scheduling of usage by students? If appropriate prove an organizational chart showing levels of responsibility for the facility’s management and maintenance Conclusion/Summary – A Final restatement of your vision for the project, how it will benefit students or users and should include a final needs statement to secure support of your project if read by or presented to a school principal, board of trustees, dean, college president, etc.
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