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                  June 18, 2008              Toronto, Ontario




Presented by: Glen Newby, President and CEO, New Path Foundation



Sunday, November 04, 2012
The Common Roof™




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The Common Roof™




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The Common Roof™




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The Common Roof™




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The Common Roof™




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The Common Roof™
                            Fast Facts

■ 25,000 square feet plus a small mezzanine

■ 4.5 acre site, in the City of Barrie

■ Built in 1977

■ Purchased from Enbridge Gas in December 2005

■ Full interior renovation March 2006 – August 2006

■ Moved in September 2006




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Getting Started: Community Leadership




Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful
committed citizens can change the world:
indeed it’s the only thing that ever has.
                                          M. Mead




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Getting Started: Learning to live together

   Leaving Home . . . First Experience . . . Dating . . . Marriage

1995:      Leaving Home . . .
           Child and Family Services Building, Bradford, Ontario

2000:      First Experience . . .
           The Richmond Building, Orillia, Ontario


2001:   ♥ Dating . . .
           Wellington Street, Barrie, Ontario


2006:   ♥ Marriage . . .
           The Common Roof™, 165 Ferris Lane, Barrie




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Getting Started: Common Roof™ Phase I




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Business Model: “More Than Just a Building”

KEY DRIVERS:

  ► Increased Client Services

  ► More Effective Client Services

  ► Agency Empowerment / Social Enterprise

  ► Affordable and Sustainable Facility Costs

  ► Innovation



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Business Model: “More Than Just a Building”

Key Features: Controlled Partnership

■    Like Minded Partners, Established
     Community Agencies
■    Common Values and Principles of
     Customer Service
■    Entrepreneurial Thinking

■    Willing to Take Measured Risks

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  Business Model: “More Than Just a Building”

Building Ownership:                 100% New Path Foundation
Mortgage Financing:                 National Bank
Founding Partner “Admit Ticket”:    $100,000
New Path Foundation:                $1 million Capital Campaign

Founding Partner Leases:     Simple, Three Page
                             Market Value Rents
                             10 year fixed rate, renewable
                             Triple Net
                             Free Parking
                             Rental Rebate at Year 15

Partnership Agreement:       Common Principles and Values
                             Cost Sharing Agreements
                             Dispute Resolution Processes

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  Tenant Mix: “Collaboration and Integration”
FOUNDING PARTNERS:

New Path Youth and Family Services (Children’s Mental Health)

Children’s Treatment Network (Integrated Children’s Treatment Centre)

Simcoe Outreach Services (Addictions Services for Youth and Adults)

Catulpa Community Support Services (Adult Developmental Services)

New Path Foundation (Public Foundation)

Child Find Ontario (Simcoe County Branch)
Canadian Mental Health Association – left in 2007




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Tenant Mix: Collaboration and Integration”
Essential Elements for Inclusion

1. Vision / Mission Compatibility

2. Commitment to Customer Needs First and Foremost

3. Active Participation on Common Roof™ Committees

4. Board of Directors Endorsement

5. Agency Commitment to Community Collaboration and Integration




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Tenant Mix: “Collaboration and Integration”

 Common Roof™ Management Teams

     ●Partner (Policy Related, Partner CEO/s, Chaired by
      Foundation)
     ●Building (Building / Maintenance Issues, Agency
      Reps, chaired by Foundation)
     ●Health and Safety (Agency reps, rotating
      Chair)
     ● Arts Committee (Common Area Décor)
     ● Social Committee (Common Roof™
      Social Activities)



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Space Design: “Innovatively Functional”


The Basics . . .

  ►   25,000 sq. ft. building with small mezzanine
  ►   Sitting on 4.5 acres, in town, bus route, highway
      access, excellent exposure
  ►   Expansion availability
  ►   Built in 1977, structurally sound
  ►   120 Parking Spaces
  ►   6 Months Renovation Time ($1.4 million)




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Space Design: “Innovatively Functional”


The Process . . .

►    Commitment to Client Focus
►    Egos Left at the Door: Commitment to ‘Fairness’
►    Functional Analysis (Agnew Peckham Consultants)
►    All Staff Consultations
►    Design Team included Contractor and Interior Design
►    Maximize Shared Space
►    Maximize Functional Integration




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Space Design: “Innovatively Functional”
The Result . . .

● Over 65% Formal Shared Space (meeting rooms, interview
  rooms, washrooms, staff lunch rooms, touch down stations,
  photocopying/printing, boardrooms, storage space, etc)
● Plus Informal Shared Space
● Integrated IT Systems and Services, and Telephone
  Systems
● Shared Reception / Customer Service
● Shared Common Roof™ Resource Centre
● Shared Professional Development / Staff Training
● Enhanced Service System Influence and Leverage
● Resource Development Opportunities



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Space Design: “Innovatively Functional”




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Benefits: Client, Agency, Community/Taxpayer
Client Benefits

☺ Physically and Emotionally Accessible
☺ Reduced Stigma
☺ Cultural Sensitivity
☺ Assistance with Accessing Other Services
☺ Service Excellence


     = Improved Outcomes


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Benefits: Client, Agency, Community/Taxpayer
Agency Benefits
☺   A Learning Environment / Knowledge Transfer
☺   Improved Staff / Volunteer Satisfaction
☺   Integrated, joint programming
☺   Sustainable Facility Costs
☺   Operating Efficiencies
☺   Alignment with Leadership Initiatives
☺   Better Positioned to Meet Growing Demand
☺   Collective Advocacy
☺   Entrepreneurial Spirit


        = High Impact Organization

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Benefits: Client, Agency, Community/Taxpayer
Community / Taxpayer Benefits

☺ Improved Service Coordination
☺ Focal Point for Families
☺ Establishes a “Caring Community” Value System
☺ Reduction of Perception of Service Duplication
☺ Enhances Volunteer Opportunities
☺ Investment Opportunities for Philanthropic Citizens
☺Less Reliance on Government
☺ Financial Savings
☺ More Business Like Approach
☺ Improved Attitude Towards the Charitable Sector


        = Community Support

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Lessons Learned


Critical Success Factors

► Common Vision and Drive
► Complete Governance Involvement
► Core Leadership Team
► Action
► Everything Takes Longer Than You Think
► Money Talks

“The Right People on the Right Bus at the Right Time”


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Lessons Learned


     If You Build It, They Will Come

The Common Roof™ Phase II
    ► 32,000 sf
    ► 2010
    ► 9 Interested Tenants



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          Questions & Answers



Visit our website:
www.thecommonroof.ca




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