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Our Savior Lutheran Church - C0nceptual Fellowship Hall

Our Savior Lutheran Church - C0nceptual Fellowship Hall

OUR SAVIOR LUTHERAN CHURCH
NEW FELLOWSHIP CENTER

HOUSTON, TX

CREATED BY:

APRIL 5, 2021

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OUR SAVIOR LUTHERAN CHURCH

Mr. Hooper, please note, in an effort to prepare and provide the attached
proposal and based on what I was able to glean from our brief conversation, I
prepared a preliminary “conceptual” layout of how the proposed new Fellowship
Center building “might” layout on the current Our Savior Lutheran campus site.
The following pages with rendered images are not meant to be a final design,
rather simply a benchmark for discussions moving forward and a basis for our

proposal.

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CONCEPTUAL FLOOR PLAN

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CONCEPTUAL SITE PLAN

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VIEW OF THE PROPOSED FELLOWSHIP CENTER FROM THE RAVINE BELOW

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VIEW OF THE PROPOSED FELLOWSHIP CENTER FROM THE RAVINE BELOW

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VIEW OF THE PROPOSED FELLOWSHIP CENTER FROM THE RAVINE BELOWE CHURCH ENTRY

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OPEN AIR PAVILION

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PHOTO REALISTIC VIEW OF THE PROPOSED FELLOWSHIP CENTER

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How We will Serve You
We propose a three-step process: Discovery, Design & Deliver
1. Discovery – In this phase, we make sure we thoroughly understand your needs and priorities. We then develop a phased option plan for accommodating

those needs along with a detailed conceptual design for phase 1.

The first meeting will review the information we have gathered so far. We will dig deeper into your needs, priorities, and make sure we
understand how you want to use the facility and share with your community. We encourage you to include any key stakeholders or people whose
counsel you value in this meeting. During this visit, we will also gather relevant documents, take photographs of the property, and verify that we
understand your building systems and review applicable code issues with agencies having jurisdiction (AHJ).

For the second meeting, we develop and present plan options, looking at different ways we can accommodate your program and how the project can be
phased. These options will include not only the pavilion but also the public restrooms, storage, circulation paths, green spaces, access to kitchen and
location of utilities. Concepts for the pavilion project will be illustrated in detail. In this meeting, the first draft of a project budget for phase 1 is
presented. We will record what you like and don’t like about the various options and distill those comments into one preferred
plan.

The focus of the third meeting will be to review the refined proposed floor plan again and, hopefully, make any last decisions and revisions necessary
before we produce final presentation documents. We will show 3D views of the area and discuss what final images will best communicate design intent.
The project budget will be updated, and we will propose a project schedule showing the critical path of tasks and activities leading to occupancy of phase
1.

We believe this proposed work plan will meet your expectations with three meetings. However, we understand that design processes are iterative more
than linear, so we are committed to working until you have a design you believe meets your needs. Between the Client Service Team led by Jack Duran,
Blueline will be continuously available to answer questions, share ideas and provide updates.

At the end of the Discovery phase, you will have:
• A computer-generated, scaled, site plan depicting proposed phases, parking, outdoor recreation, stormwater management areas, and

proposed utilities
• A computer-generated scaled floor plan for phase 1
• 3D views of the area
• A project budget, including building cost, site costs, audio/video/lighting, furnishings, signage, and other project administrative costs
• A proposed phase 1 implementation schedule

2. Design – Once the proposed phase 1 building, budget, and schedule is approved, we specify the materials and systems for the building and
produce the contract documents used to apply for a building permit. These contract documents are also used by your contractor to establish a
Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) for the project. Our structural, mechanical, and electrical engineers will design and detail framing, HVAC,
power, and lighting systems. Our designers will help you select finishes, light fixtures, door hardware, etc.

The contract documents will include the additional details, schedules, and specifications necessary to ensure that the building is constructed in a
manner consistent with your intent. These are the documents that will be certified by licensed design staff and submitted to Harris County for a
building permit.

Also, in this phase, we send the drawings to prequalified contractors for budget pricing. We then assist you with interviewing two to three
contractors and selecting one who will fill the role as the builder on the project team. The builder will meet with our design team to review the
contract documents and offer suggestions regarding cost savings, constructability, and best construction practices.

3. Delivery – This is the construction phase of the project. Once you have approved the GMP and we obtained the site and building permits,
construction commences.

Once construction begins, our services include, but are not limited to:
• Visits to the site regularly to observe progress and conformity to contract documents
• Response to requests for information
• Review of applications for payment by the contractor
• Review of submittals including samples and product information
• Processing change proposals and change orders, if necessary
• Conducting a final walk-through, or "punch-list," before substantial completion
• Eleven months after completion of the project, identifying any outstanding warranty items for the contractor to address

What It Will Cost

1. Discovery – We proposal a fixed fee of Two Thousand Five Hundred dollars ($2,500).

2. Design – The fee for this phase of Basic A/E service will be determined once a project budget is established at the end of the Discovery phase
of services. We recommend you budget 7% of the building cost for these services.

3. Delivery – The fee for this phase of service will also be set once a project budget is established as the end of the Discovery phase of services.
We recommend that you budget 1 ½% of the building cost for these services.

Other Considerations
1. We understand that at this time you are only proceeding with the Discovery phase.

2. We typically do not include site, mechanical, or electrical engineers during the Discovery phase. If any studies, analysis, calculations, etc. are
needed by engineers during this initial phase, we can provide them as an additional expense.

3. Civil Engineering services are outside of Basic A/E services, however the Civil Engineering services will be solicited on behalf of Our Savior
Lutheran Church after the Discovery phase is complete (and the actual required scope of services are determined) and at that time will be
submitted as added services.

4. Renderings – 3D views will be generated from our typical design software – Sketchup and Revit. Such 3D views are included in our fee. Photo-
realistic views (those that require export to outside consultants) or professional video/animations are not included in our fee. If additional
professional renderings and or animations are required, we can submit the cost of these items as additional services.

5. The terms of this agreement are valid for 30 days. After that time, we reserve the right to re- evaluate the terms of this proposal.

We appreciate this opportunity and the time you afforded to prepare this proposal. Please let us know of any questions or if we can modify this
proposal to serve you better. If this proposal is acceptable, please let me know and I will prepare a formal proposal for your signature.

Jack Duran, Architect, Vice President




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