Appendix 7: RAP Panelists/Agenda

A.Benefits RAP Panel

Panelists:
Jeff Rosen, General Counsel and Director of Policy, National Council on Disability
Liz Savage, Director of Housing and Health Care Policy, Disability Policy Collaboration
Timothy Adams, CEO, Systems Applications and Technologies
Paul Tobin, Executive Director, United Spinal Association
Maureen McCloskey, National Advocacy Director, Paralyzed Veterans of America
Angela Van Etten, President (former), Little People of America
Teri Fox, Senior Vice President, Microtel Inns & Suites, Inc.
James Panebianco, Graphic Designer, Panebianco, Inc.
John Lancaster, Executive Director, National Council on Independent Living

Benefits RAP Organizers and Facilitators:
David Lewis, Vice President, HDR
Chris Behr, Senior Economist, HDR
Lane Conway, Economist, HDR
Chris Fotopulos, DOJ
Tracy Justesen, DOJ
Anne Marie Pecht, DOJ

Risk Analysis Process Workshop: Benefits Estimation Agenda
February 13, 2007
Madison Hotel, 15th St. NW, Washington, D.C.

I. INTRODUCTION .............................................................................................. 8:30 9:15 am

A. Description of Project/Framework
B. Description of Data Sheets

II. BENEFITS ASSESSMENT

Facility Access Time Estimation.................................................................... 9:15 9:45 am

Break ..................................................................................................................... 9:45 10:00 am

Impacts of Requirements on Access Time - part 1.................................... 10:00 12:00 pm
  1. Entrances, Doors
  2. Lifts Elevators
  3. Parking Lots
  4. Bathrooms
  5. Common Elements
  6. Accessible Rooms

    Lunch Break............................................................................................................ 12:00 1:00 pm

    Impacts of Requirements on Access Time - part 2........................................ 1:00 3:00 pm
  7. Assembly Areas
  8. Effective Communication
  9. Judicial Facilities
  10. Exercise Facilities
  11. Swimming pools
  12. Boating
  13. Fishing
  14. Golf
  15. Miniature golf
  16. Amusement parks
  17. Play Areas

Break ....................................................................................................................... 3:00 3:15 pm

Impacts of Requirements on Changes in Use................................................ 3:15 4:00 pm

III. CLOSING REMARKS.................................................................................... 4:00 4:15 pm

B. Cost RAP Panel

Review of Initial Cost Assumptions
Prior to the Cost RAP panel, on February 15, 2007, the Department's architects assembled to discuss, explain and refine the initial assumptions concerning the cost data.

Review of Initial Cost Assumptions Panel:
Luis Pitarque, Senior Architect, HDR
Jim Bostrom, DOJ
Mary Adams, DOJ
Michele Antonio Mallozzi, DOJ
Rex Pace, DOJ
Thomas Fodor, DOJ
Diane Perry, DOJ

Review of Initial Cost Assumptions Organizers and Facilitators:
Chris Behr, Senior Economist, HDR
Chris Fotopulos, DOJ

Cost RAP Panelists:
Paulette R. Rutlen, CPE, Chief Estimator of The Austin Company, American Society of Professional Estimators
Larry Perry, Code consultant
Mark J. Mazz, AIA, Senior Advisor to the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Enforcement and Programs, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Ed Roether, AIA, Vice President, Sports Facilities Group, HOK
Joe Pettipas, Vice President, Practice Leader - Retail/Hospitality, HOK

Cost RAP Organizers and Facilitators:
Chris Behr, Senior Economist, HDR
Lane Conway, Economist, HDR
Daphne Federing, Economist, HDR
Chris Fotopulos, DOJ
Jim Bostrom, DOJ

Risk Analysis Process Workshop: Cost Estimation
June 5, 2007
1425 New York Ave NW, Washington DC

OPENING REMARKS ........................................................................................... 8:00 8:15 am

I. INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................... 8:15 8:30 am

Description of Project/ Benefits overview/ Cost Estimation Framework

II. FACILITIES ASSUMPTIONS

Typical Facility Assumptions................................................................... 8:45 9:30 am

Break ....................................................................................................................... 9:30 9:45 am

Unit Descriptions per Requirement Assumptions.................................. 9:45 11:45 am

Lunch Break.......................................................................................................... 11:45 12:45 pm

III. ELEMENTS PER FACILITY

Number of Elements per Facility & Adjustments by Facility............... 12:45 4:45 pm
  1. Inns
  2. Hotels
  3. Motels
  4. Restaurants
  5. Motion Picture Houses
  6. Stadiums
  7. Single-level stores
  8. Shopping malls

Break ....................................................................................................................... 3:00 3:15 pm

  1. Office Buildings

IV.CLOSING REMARKS.................................................................................... 4:45 5:00 pm

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