Bob on for entire call, Jack last 25 minute, lots of others
Dave leads. Trying to get some concurrence on ISI mobile garage
Turned over to Monique. Discussion of building size and budget.
Trying to figure out if there’s a way to include space for possible future micro-turbines. Could there be a separate 10×12 space for a microturbine? furthermore Dick suggests that this could be the welding-rated space, in case the welding rating is driving an elevated cost of the whole space. Monique asks if we really need a mezanine. Seems to be general consensus that the mezanine is the best square footage for money and so keeping that space is important. Next question- desirability of roof access? resounding silence. doesn’t sound like there’s a great need for this kind of access.
Space for vehicles. What is the minimum requirement for vehicle storage and maintenance? Decided that the maintenance space needs to be as large as the largest
vehicle, and that the tucker needs to be in there for SAR. The loader and D7 can be stored outside. Bob pointed out that we really don’t _need_ to have the snowmobiles inside, it’s a “nice to have” more than anything else. They are used once a month…
Now Monique talking about shortening the building by one bay, to 40×60 ft. How do we now keep the mezanine space? Small discussion of the Arctic Entries. Do we really need them? Jack points out that all non-essential things need to be kept out, as this building is too big! Probably does not need to be 40 feet wide, since that width allows 2 vehicles next to each other as well as nose to tail (concept showed 3 heavy vehicles and 3 skidoos inside at same time.
Discussion of the doors- a roll-up door is preferred.