ERIC KRAUSE

In business since 1996
- Krause House Info-Research Solutions -


CROMARTY COMMUNITY INDOOR TENNIS CENTRE
Society Founded 2006

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REQUIRED CONSTRUCTION BENCH MARKS -  SINCE CHARITABLE DESIGNATION

(2008 - PRESENT)

On January 23, 2008, Eric Krause identified a number of initial benchmarks which the CCITC must meet to move forward with the construction of  the tennis facility. Over the year, additional benchmarks will follow.  In due course, hyperlinked to each of them will be the appropriate written document.
 

DATE MET

CAPITAL

OPERATIONAL

May 2, 2008

 (1) Notification of the official Canada Revenue Agency Charity Number

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Completed
- Feb 2, 2009

- Identify Nova Scotia Health Promotion and Protection Assessment Factors

- Community benefit/impact
- Needs assessment (e.g. list of community organizations using the facility, wheel chair accessibility, etc.)
- Project planning (state of readiness to proceed)
- Equity and accessibility
- Long-term sustainability
- Safe and secure environments
- Resourcefulness (partners, etc.)
- Exceptional internal commitment (financial/in-kind donations)
- Sport Recreation Commission goals

(1) Written

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On-Going

- Community letters of support and cooperation among these groups re the project


(1) Cromarty Tennis Club Application Support Motion - May 16, 2006
(2) Krause House Info Research Solutions - CCITC Web Site Design and Maintenance, CCITC Report and Research Support
(3) The Sydney Airport Authority - We now have a negotiated 25-year renewable lease
(4) Cromarty Tennis Club Endorsement of Project Motion - April 14, 2010

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January 29, 2009

- Municipal letter supporting the project

(1) PublicServicesAgenda-January14th2009.pdf

(2) Letter Received

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Not required - The Building will be constructed at the Sydney Airport Authority on zoned and developed land

- Public Hearing re the planning process

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Lease Agreement Achieved, December 15, 2008

 - Finalization of a deed (clear title) /lease (10 years or more) to a property

(1) Lease agreement being written - January, 2009

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Future

- Building meets any published standards, guidelines or legislation for a pre-fabricated steel structure

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Future

- A building permit re the conceptual drawings

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Estimates

- Specific capital cost estimates (Three price quotes through a process of competitive pricing or tendering for goods and services

(1) Class C Capital Estimate
 

- Operational costs of the facility (includes projected revenues and expenditures)

(1) Projected Yearly Operational Revenues and Expenses

Funding Drive Underway


31 May, 2008


January 3, 2009

- Source of Capital funding (2/3 of the total cost):

- Amount of charitable donations
- Amount of sponsorships (local companies)
- Amount of CCITC fund raising drives
- Other capital amounts
- Amount of donated labour and/or materials recorded in an approved Nova Scotia Health and promotion log book

- Funding Request Form Letter (As of February 3, 2009)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Submitted February 2, 2009 for 2009-2010

Rejected since the application contained pending items - To be re-submitted for 2010-2011

- Submission of application form to Nova Scotia, Health Promotion and Promotion, "Recreation Facility Development Capital Grant Programme" for upwards 1/3 of the total cost by February 2, 2009
 

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Informational Letter Submitted, February 2, 2009

- Request to ECBC for consideration when ACCOA announces the Recreation Infrastructure Canada (RInC) programme
- In August 2009 our request for Recreational Infrastructure Canada (RInC) funding to help us along in constructing our public community facility was rejected. ECBC received our application favourably, but upon its review in Halifax, we were informed that we did not meet current criteria in that the Federal Government was only funding existing facilities and not new ones

 

Architect/Engineer
 being sought

 A facility design signed by an architect

- Site plan showing land ownership, easements, and phasing
- Shop drawings showing interior layout, building materials, type of equipment, barrier-free design, etc.

 

Architect/Engineer
 being sought

Letter of Undertaking - Field Review of Construction

1. Confirmation of Commitment by Owner

2. Inspection Commitment Certificate - Prime Consultant

3. Inspection Commitment Certificate - Building Design Requirements

4. Inspection Commitment Certificate - Structural Design Requirements

5. Inspection Commitment Certificate - Mechanical Design Requirements

6. Inspection Commitment Certificate - Electrical Design Requirements

7. Inspection Commitment Certificate - Fire Suppression Systems Design Requirements

8. Inspection Commitment Certificate - Geotechnical Design Requirements

9. Inspection Commitment Certificate Plumbing Design Requirements

10. Certification of Field Review of Construction

 

Future

- Compliance with local bylaws and Provincial Building Code

- A Fire Marshall report re the conceptual drawings

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Future

- Compliance with local bylaws and Provincial Building Code

- Local building inspector report

- Includes barrier-free design

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Future

- Compliance with local bylaws and Provincial Building Code

- Nova Scotia Power report

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Future

- Compliance with local bylaws and Provincial Building Code

- Nova Scotia Department of Environment and Labour report

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Future

- Compliance with local bylaws and Provincial Building Code

- Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources report

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Future

- Building construction begins

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Future

- Occupancy permit

 

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