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WORK AUTHORIZATION
Master Agreement Number: LCCC-0001
Work Authorization No.:  02

Issued by:

The City of Irving Texas, Home Rule Municipal Corporation
825 West Irving Boulevard
Irving, Texas 75060

To:

ARCHITECT:             RMJM Hillier
                       (Formerly: “The Hillier Group Architecture
                       New Jersey)
                       500 Alexander Park
                       Princeton, New Jersey

Attention:             Eric Jaffe, Project Manager

Project:               Project Programming & Feasibility Design Phase
                       Irving Conference & Events Center, 850-1000 Space Automobile
                       Parking Garage, and Area Development / Infrastructure

The Services:          Project Programming & Feasibility Design Phase

1.0 Purpose
The “Project” is defined as the 215,000-275,000 SF multi-purpose Conference Center, a 850-
1000 space multi-story parking garage for automobiles and all area development and
infrastructure of the Project site shown in Attachment 5, including flatwork, hardscape, and
landscape for a complete usable facility. The purpose of this phase is to expand upon the
preliminary definition of required functions for the Conference Center listed in Attachment 1 to
the extent that they can be positioned in floor plans which functionally operate with maximum
efficiency, and “fit” within the City’s Master Plan designated for this Project. Architect will
perform these Services in close collaboration with the Owner and the Owner’s operator, SMG,
throughout this Phase. These Services include not only horizontal and vertical circulation
relationships within the building envelope but determining how the rooms work with guest
ingress and egress, operational service, and the functional interrelationship with the Parking
Structure, as well as pedestrian and vehicular drop-off to the front of the building for arriving
guests in taxies, shuttles and buses, as well as those utilizing the garages with their own vehicles.
Automobile parking shall be specifically planned floor by floor to accommodate the Project
spaces, automobile access & departure ramps, pedestrian vertical transportation, and first floor
delivery service trucks. Strategy for LEED certification with a plan for comparative analyses for
Owner decision making shall be prepared in this phase. HVAC and utility requirements will be
accommodated in site and floor plans. Running cost estimates shall be prepared by Architect to
determine feasibility of scope as developed in this phase compared with available budget for the
Project.



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2.0 Program/ Scope Definitions to be developed in close collaboration with the Owner:
        2.1 Rooms: Plan dimensions, ceiling heights, surface finishes, digital media,
             FF&E, and OS&E requirements.
        2.2 Vertical Automobile and Pedestrian Transportation: 850-1000 Automobile
             Spaces showing dimensions, capacities and floor to floor access.
        2.3 Access Roads: Dimensioned access roads and pedestrian pavements showing
             functional operation and accommodation of functionally with future phases of
             the Conference Center Complex Master Plan.
        2.4 Hardscape & Landscape: Preliminary layouts and plant palettes developed
             with sufficient specificity to enable estimating of costs.

3.0 Architectural Aesthetics
The architectural aesthetics for the Project will establish the foundation for the site-wide
aesthetics criteria to be developed by RMJM Hillier in its separate “Executive Architect” role.

4.0 Deliverables:
          4.1 Colored floor plans, sections, and elevations suitable for presentation to the
               ICVB Board and City Council.
          4.2 Electronic 3-D model of the buildings and Project site at a massing level of
               design or higher and printable in a variety of orientations. If massing only is
               shown, then visual representations of the architectural style will be shown with
               applications from the Master Architect design criteria all suitable for
               presentation to the ICVB Board and City Council.
          4.3 Provide a Project Design Schedule for each phase (Programming & Feasibility,
               Schematics, Design Development, Construction Documents, Bidding, and
               Contract Administration) showing critical path decisions required from the
               Owner and integration of Sub-Consultants, all developed to achieve the Project
               completion date of October 31, 2009.
          4.4 Provide organizational charts showing key personnel for this and each
               subsequent phase with names and resumes.
          4.5 Provide analysis of building’s integrated HVAC system compared to site-wide
               central plant.
          4.6 Quality Assurance and Quality Control Plan
          4.7 LEED strategy plan developed through a Charette session with the design team
               and client team to explore the specific issues and opportunities that exist for the
               project. The desired outcome is a workable set of goals and performance criteria
               that will guide and inform the design, including description of the process for
               managing the collection of documentation needed for LEED certification
               review.
                     4.7.1 SGBC Registration
                     4.7.2 Credit Management and documentation
                     4.7.3 Final submission documentation

5.0 Price for Services:
Architect is hereby authorized the all-inclusive, Fixed Fee of _______________which is
included in the ______________________ total Fee UNDER NEGOTIATION for the entire
Project shown in Exhibit A Fee Matrix, as total compensation for all Architect and Sub-
consultants’ labor costs, inclusive of burdens and benefits, state, Federal, and local taxes,



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insurances and worker’s compensation, as required, all overhead and profit, all consumables and
administrative expenses, and not to exceed ____________________ UNDER NEGOTIATION
 payment for all Architect and Sub-consultants’ Reimbursable Expenses as defined in the Master
Agreement, as total compensation of all costs and expenses of any nature to provide the services
(the “Services”) described herein. The Services consist of providing complete Programming and
Feasibility Design as described herein and in attachments.

Additional Services shown in the attached “Exhibit A Fee & Reimbursables Matrix” will be
subsequently authorized for each subsequent phase by the Owner in Work Authorizations to
follow Owner approval of the Deliverables hereunder. Adjustments to the Architect’s Fee set
forth in Exhibit A for subsequent phases will be made to the extent warranted by changes made
to the Project during this Phase of the Work, as approved by Owner in the final Deliverables.
.
No payments in excess of the above Fixed Fee will be made unless such costs have the prior
written approval of the Owner. Invoices shall be submitted monthly, indicating the percentage of
Services completed to: ADMI, Inc.
                          Attn: Allen Moyer
                          1999 South Bascom Avenue Suite 700
                          Campbell, CA 95008

        With copy to:    Jane Kilburn
                         Irving Convention & Visitor’s Bureau
                         222 West Colinas Blvd.
                         Irving, Texas 75030

Please reference the above Master Agreement and Work Authorization Numbers on all invoiced
to ensure timely payment.

6.0 Completion Date for this Phase including all Deliverables: January 4, 2008

MAXIMUM VALUE OF THIS WORK AUTHORIZATION: NTE: ___________________
UNDER NEGOTIATION
Unless otherwise expressly specified herein, or in the following Attachments which are
incorporated herein for all purposes, or Addenda hereto, all Services provided as a result of this
Work Authorization will be subject to and governed by the terms of the above referenced Master
Agreement, and performed under the direction provided by Owner’s Representative, Bill Sims,
Principal, ADMI who can be reached at (210) 508-4444.

To the extent that the terms of this Work Authorization are in conflict with the terms of Work
Authorization No. 1, or the terms of the Master Agreement with regard to termination by Owner,
or to Exhibits A-1 or A-2 of the Master Agreement, this Work Authorization shall govern.




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ARCHITECT: RMJM Hillier

Authorized Signature: ___________________________________

Print Name / Title: ___________________________________________________________

Date: ______________________



OWNER: The City of Irving Texas, Home Rule Municipal Corporation

Authorized Signature: ___________________________________

Print Name / Title: ___________________________________________________________

Date: _______________________



EXHIBITS & ATTACHMENTS

Exhibit A       Fee & Reimbursables Matrix UNDER NEGOTIATION
Attachment 1:   Conference Center Scope & Design Objectives
Attachment 2:   Current list of FF&E – OS&E
Attachment 3:   Current Project Construction Budget
Attachment 4:   Conference Center & Parking Garage Schedules
Attachment 5:   Project Site Plan




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                                 Project Programming & Feasibility Design Phase
                                    Master Agreement Number: LCCC-0001
                                           Work Authorization No.: 02

                                              Exhibit A
                                     Fee & Reimbursables Matrix
                                        UNDER NEGOTIATION

                    Program
                   Feasibility        SD          DD             CD          Bidding   CA   Total


RMJM Hillier
Fee
Reimb Expense
Hours
Sheet Count

Structural Engineerinig - Datum Gojer
Fee
Reimb Expense
Hours
Sheet Count

MEP Engineering - RGV
Fee
Reimb Expense
Hours
Sheet Count

Civil Engineering - Carter Burgess
Fee
Reimb Expense
Hours
Sheet Count

ETC.




Total
Fee
Reimb Expense
Hours
Sheet Count




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                          Project Programming & Feasibility Design Phase
                             Master Agreement Number: LCCC-0001
                                    Work Authorization No.: 02


                               Attachment 1
                 Conference Center Scope & Design Objectives
Facility to be a multipurpose venue designed to accommodate:
                 - Conferences and conventions
                 - Trade shows
                 - Consumer shows
                 - Concerts and Entertainment Events
                 - Sponsors and other competitive activities
                 - Meeting and banquets

Projected capacity for each is contained in attached Facility Study by PWC.

Flexibility will be big consideration from the stand point of:
                  a) Accommodation of full profile of potential utilization
                  b) Ability to stage simultaneous events
                  c) Ability to program for (setup) or demount (move out) exhibit hall
                      events while other activities take place in the Center.

Internal components should include
               Exhibit Hall
                      - Approximately 50,000 sq. ft.
                      - 30 feet ceiling height
                      - Utility services accessible through floor ports including:
                         voice/data, fiber, electrical (in varying capacities) water,
                         compressed air and gas.
                      - Floor access to be provided from loading dock through
                         minimum of one loading door per hall
                      - For assembly and stage events (general sessions for
                         meetings and conventions, concerts, athletic competitions),
                         recommend the following:
                              6,000 seats with end stage configuration
                              7,500 for basketball
                              Clear span, unobstructed space
                              Rigging grids positioned at end stage as well as
                                 center stage locations, each accessible by catwalk
                              Permanent concession stands with approx of 25
                                 points of sale
                              Show power with separate service of 200 ad 400
                                 amps at end stage and „mid-court‟ positions
                              Lighting for minimum television requirements with
                                 alternate incandescence option which is dimmable




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                 Telescopic risers on all four sides of room to provide
                  maximum capacity and flexibility for end and center
                  stage, basketball & indoor soccer. All ADA compliant.
                 Direct loading access to end stage configuration
                 Back of the house support areas including
                  dressing/locker rooms, green rooms, equipment
                  staging and storage
                 Ceiling height of 40‟
 Meeting rooms
       - Per PWC recommendations
       - 20 breakouts from 1,000 to 3,000 sq. ft.
       - 15 ft. minimum ceiling height
       - Industry standard A/V support in each room (PA,
           telecommunication/Internet connections, etc.)
       - Multiple 110 volt outlets per room plus one 20 amp service
           connection
       - Full service to each space form back of the house service
           process
       - Lighting to be energy efficient, fluorescent and incandescent
           options in each room fully controllable
       - Acoustical treatment for walls and ceilings
 Ballrooms
     Flex capacity to accommodate reception of max attendance for
     20,000 sq. ft. in main ballroom,and, separately, 10,000 sq. ft.
     junior ballroom. Each divisible into 7 breakout spaces (3 on each
     side of central access area.)
       - Industry standard A/V (PA)
       - Access through floor ports for electrical and internet service.
       - Should be adjacent or in close proximity to the kitchen
       - Lighting as in meeting rooms
       - Show power (200/400 amp) in most likely stage location (3)
       - Overhead rigging points for lighting and sound trusses
       - Acoustical treatments
 Service and Support
       - To be provided in such a way so as to provide easily defined
           “front of house” and “back of the house” areas. All function
           spaces could be accessible from service corridors or pantry
           spaces wide enough to also store tables and chairs as well
           as operations and engineering equipment should be located
           in the area of the loading dock.


 Food & Beverage
       - To be consistent with class “A” convention space. Kitchen
          area of 8-10,000 sq. ft. Concession areas designed to
          handle high volume service, ancillary (storage and prep)
          space to be located strategically to point of sale.
          a) Concessions location should be flexible in terms of type
             of fare with capacity for hood vents, grille, fryers etc.


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           b) Use of portable service carts is anticipated. Also,
              location within the public concourse should be identified
              where café and coffee services can be staged with
              access to electrical power.
           c) Kitchen will be on same level as ballroom, be accessible
              by both freight and personnel elevations if not at ground
              level, have capacity for 3,000 simultaneous meals.
 Box Office
        - Should be designed to handle large amounts of cash.
           Layout and location must be carefully designed to prevent
           access by unauthorized persons.
        - Entry to Box Office should feature a “Man Trap” intercom
           and security cameras.
        - Ticket windows should be designed with pass through
           drawers.
        - Provisions for power, telephone and computer is required.
    Administration
        - Suite of offices approximately 5,000 square feet including a
           conference room that accommodates 20 people.
        - Administration offices should have direct access from
           exterior of building.
        - Combination of enclosed offices and work station
           environment is desired.
        - Employee break room with sink and built in counters to be
           shared with CVB
        - Enclosed file storage.
 CVB - Administration
        - Suite of offices approximately 12,000 square feet including a
           1,000 square foot board room.
        - Administration offices should have direct access from
           exterior of building.
        - Combination of enclosed offices and work station
           environment is desired.
        - Employee break room with sink and built in counters to be
           shared with facility admin.
        - Enclosed file storage, 4,000 square feet.
 Building Operations
        - Security
           a. Principal location in Loading Dock area.
           b. View of Loading Dock area from within Security
              Command Center.
           c. Security Command Center should house CCTV, Fire
              Alarm Panel, Building Public Address System and
              Elevator monitoring panel.
        - Facility Maintenance and Support
           a. Should include shops for various skilled trades (i.e.
              Plumbing, Mechanical, Electrical and a general store
              room. This area should be in proximity of the Loading
              Dock.


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                 b. General Storage for bulk items (i.e. housekeeping, other
                     OS&E items. This area should be in proximity of the
                     Loading Dock.
                 c. Vehicle Storage (i.e. forklifts, lifts, ridding housekeeping
                     equipment, etc.) This area should be in proximity of the
                     Loading Dock.
                 d. Staff Break and Lockerrooms. In proximity of Loading
                     Dock area.
        Loading Dock
              - Should accommodate all of the building‟s deliveries.
              - Ratio of 1 dock position for each 10,000 square feet of
                 Exhibit Space.
              - Dock area must be designed to accommodate one-way flow
                 of 65‟ semi-tractor trailer trucks.
              - Turning radius of should allow for easy access to and from
                 Loading Docks as well as driving directly into Exhibit Halls
                 through Ramps.
              - Ramp into Exhibit Hall from grade.
              - Roll up doors immediately at each ramp. Minimum width of
                 20‟ with the maximum height allowable.
              - Dock bays should be numbered high above truck height line
                 visible from yard and dock platform.
              - At least two dock-levelers per 25,000 square feet of Exhibit
                 Space.
              - Hose bibs and gray water drain within Dock area for wash
                 down.
              - Restrooms for Service / Delivery personnel.
         Food Service Loading Dock
              - Separate from Building Loading Dock.
              - Two dock positions.
              - Height may differ from Building Loading Docks due to type of
                 delivery vehicles.
              - Hose bibs and gray water drain within Dock area for wash
                 down.
              - Restrooms for Service / Delivery personnel.

Other features

            Business Center
                 o 1,500 sq. ft. to be divided into storage room, office, service
                   clerk, reception and other retail applications.
                 o Accessible from both inside and outside of the facility.
            Information Center
                 o 600 sq. ft. for distribution of printed materials, sales of
                   souvenirs, accessible from both inside and outside the
                   facility.
            Lecture Theater
                 o Suggested capacity:500
                 o Stage with permanent light/ rigging


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                          o See Knoxville or Savannah for specifications
                          o Permanent theater seats
                     “Smart Classrooms”
                          o A percentage of the meeting rooms that have capacity for
                            200 simultaneous laptops, internet access, video conference
                            capability.
                     “Innovation Space”
                          o One meeting space 2,000 + sq. ft. with hardwood floor, throw
                            rug, mobile furniture (tables, chairs, easel on wheels
                          - One wall a projection screen
                          - One wall a “white board”
                          - Equipment with “small white board” portable

       Optional: “Club Lounge” – like airport member clubs. Approx 8-1000 sq. ft. Built
       in bar, bathrooms, lounge and work spaces.


                                      Design Objectives

How do we want to define the “Success” at the Irving Meeting Facility?
The community at large is proud.
City Hall is proud.
Ben Carpenter would be proud.
Heinz Simon and Ralph Ellis are proud.
The Las Colinas Association is proud.
Joan Eisenstodt constantly refers to us as a point of reference for how things should be
done.
At every opportunity, we want this to be positively different than a traditional convention
center experience.
We create a new industry niche, a new category.
We want the space to feel far more welcoming, elegant, refined and comfortable than a
standard “box with docks.”
We know who we are and what our product is, and we don’t try to simulate anything we
are not.
We know not every group “fits” here and we are good with that.
The Building Concierge position is an enviable one.
Recruiters are constantly trying to steal our people.
When there are separate events taking place simultaneously in the building, we want
each group to notice no difference in service or experience than if they were the only
group in the building.
Nobody can tell this building is a “government building.”
Our service standards become the epitome of “best practices.”
Visitors describe where they are as “waterfront.”
Fast Company, Fortune Magazine and Working Mother want to hold their major events
at our venue.
Community leaders and city employees become active recruiters in bringing their
professional/trade association events to the facility.

The Experience for the Community
I want to invite my friends/family/customers to events and activities here.


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I want to host my company/personal events here.
I am proud of what “we” have accomplished and I like to show it off.
I want to use it as the backdrop in my family’s holiday pictures.
Everyone I encounter seems to genuinely appreciate that I am there.
We believe every event attendee is a guest in our home.

The Experience for the Meeting Professional/Event Organizer
I will re-arrange my event dates/pattern so that my group can meet there.
They make me look good.
Seamless from a Sales and Services standpoint, whether the needs are ultimately met
by CVB or CC staff.
A positively unique experience in comparison to typical large hotels or traditional
convention centers.
The show floor is comfortable, and I can walk around on it for days.
My group is the only game in town, even if we’re technically not.
My unique needs are stated once, and delivered from that point forward.
My only struggle in menu selection is too many excellent choices, including those for
attendees with food sensitivities or dietary preferences.
If any issue arises on site, any staff member I find makes whatever I need happen, and
it is effortless to find a staff member.
I don’t have to wait in a slow-moving line every time I need to go to the bathroom, buy
a cup of coffee, or need something from the Business Center.
Outdoor spaces are “wired for sound” – there is “plug and play” capacity throughout,
easily accessed.
It is easy for me to find a comfortable place to make a phone call, schedule an
interview, or engage in an impromptu meeting.
There are a wide range of spaces inside and outside the building that can work for my
needs.
No matter what my personal mobility is, it is easy for me to move around, and there is
nothing for me to trip on other than my own feet.
I nominate the facility and CVB year after year for industry awards and have suggested
they could qualify for a Malcolm Baldrige Award or JD Powers award.


The Experience for the Event Attendee/Exhibitor
I know I am someplace different from the moment I arrive.
I can grow my business here.
I can grow myself here.
Everyone I encounter seems to genuinely appreciate that I am there.
The environment is clean and safe.
It is easy for me to find my way from one event to the next.
It is worth affording to be here.
Every chair I sit in is comfortable.
The show floor is comfortable, and I can walk around or stand on it for days.
There are places for me to sit outside and enjoy the Texas weather, or the view.
I’m not trapped in a “biosphere.”
I describe the location as “waterfront.”
I encounter no “rubber chicken.”
I want recipes for some of the foods I ate.
It is easy for me to find a comfortable place to make a phone call, schedule an
interview, or engage in an impromptu meeting.


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No matter what my personal mobility is, it is easy for me to move around, and there is
nothing for me to trip on other than my own feet.
Every service experience I have is delivered with the style and spirit of the most
successful Starbucks barista.
Every employee encounter is a highlight of my time there.
I see people that look “like me.”
I see people that don’t look “like me.”
I don’t have to wait in a slow-moving line every time I need to go to the bathroom, buy
a cup of coffee, or need something from the Business Center.
Paper towels and trash cans are right by the sinks, and I don’t have to drip water all
over the floor to find them.
I can put my purse or papers on the countertop or floor and they won’t be ruined.
Nothing flushes, blows or squirts unless I want it to.
The surrounding retail has something for me in it.
The retail not only has something I need, but has things I want.

The Experience for the Service/Supplier Industry
You understand that my role is a priority in our collective customers’ success.
My needs are not an afterthought.
My unique needs are stated once, and delivered from that point forward.
It is as easy, efficient and convenient to arrive at the back of the house as it as at the
front.
Building personnel are pleased to see me.
“We are Ladies and Gentlemen, happily serving Ladies and Gentlemen.”

The Experience for the Employee
The five principles of “The Starbucks Experience” are innate:
Principle 1: Make It Your Own.
Principle 2: Everything Matters.
Principle 3: Surprise and Delight.
Principle 4: Embrace Resistance.
Principle 5: Leave Your Mark.
It is not only easy, but natural to embrace Starbucks’ Five Ways of Being:
 welcoming.
  Be
 genuine.
  Be
 considerate.
  Be
 knowledgeable.
  Be
 involved.
  Be
“We are Ladies and Gentlemen, happily serving Ladies and Gentlemen.”
Event attendees are guests in my home.
I am empowered to do the right thing.
Successes – and failures – are celebrated and shared.
No task too small for anyone.
My needs are not an afterthought.
I am always safe and secure.
I am an owner of everything I touch and I treat it that way.
We are “litter-picker-uppers” to the point of obsessive-compulsiveness.
I am exposed to as many training/learning opportunities as I am willing to take
advantage of.
Employee recognition at all levels is a visible part of the work plan, the marketing plan
and the budget.


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                                                                                Project Programming & Feasibility Design Phase
                                                                                   Master Agreement Number: LCCC-0001
                                                                                          Work Authorization No.: 02


                                                       Attachment 2
                        Current List of Fixtures, Furniture & Equipment and Owner’s Supplies &
                                                        Equipment
                                                                                                FURNITURE, FIXTURES AND EQUIPMENT

                                   PROJECT:    LAS COLINAS CENTER                                                                                                                                      TOTAL EXHIBIT SQ FT   50,000
                                 SUBMISSION:   INVENTORY AND BUDGET: DRAFT: For Discussion Only                                                                                                      TOTAL BANQUET SQ FT     45,000
                                     DATED:    October 17, 2007                                                                                                                                       TOTAL MEETING SQ FT    10,000
                                   OPENING:    October 31, 2009

                                                                         BUDGET                                   DEFERRED              ESSENTIAL
                                                                                            PACKAGE
ITEM #               DESCRIPTION                   UNIT COST                                                                                                                              COMMENTS
                                                                 QTY.         EXT COST       TOTAL           QTY.    EXT COST      QTY.    EXT COST
                                                                                                         SCHEDULE A - LOOSE FF&E
  1      DECORATIVE/WINDOW TREATMENTS                                                          35,500                                                       WINDOW TREATMENTS
 1.1           MEETING ROOMS                   $      1,000.00    3       $      3,000.00                     3          3,000                      -
 1.2           EXHIBIT HALL                    $     25,000.00    1             25,000.00                     1         25,000                      -       MOTORIZED SHADES
 1.3           PREFUNCTION AREA                $      7,500.00    1              7,500.00                     1          7,500                      -       TICKET OFFICES, ADMIN, EVENT LEVEL OFFICES, ETC.
  2      EVENT EQUIPMENT - GENERAL                                                           1,053,756                                                      INCL. ALL EXHIBIT HALL, MEETING ROOM & BANQUET RELATED
 2.01          ELECTRICAL DISTR. EQUIP.        $          1.75     1      $     87,500.00                      0           -        1          87,500       ELECTRICAL, WATER, COVERS, STORAGE, ETC. BASED ON $1.75/SQ FT
 2.02          18" X 72" TABLES                $        130.00    100           13,000.00                      25        3,250     75           9,750
 2.03          18" X 96" TABLES                $        140.00    150           21,000.00                      60        8,400     90          12,600
 2.04          30" X 72" TABLES                $        150.00    100           15,000.00                      25        3,750     75          11,250
 2.05          30" X 96" TABLES                $        175.00    100           17,500.00                      25        4,375     75          13,125
 2.06          72" ROUND TABLES                $        250.00    222           55,555.56                      47       11,806     175         43,750
 2.07          TABLE (RECTANGULAR) CARTS       $        325.00     45           14,625.00                      14        4,388      32         10,238
 2.08          TABLE (ROUND) CARTS             $        400.00     19            7,407.41                      1           407      18          7,000
 2.09          TABLE SKIRTING                  $         16.00    360            5,760.00                     108        1,728     252          4,032        w/ STORAGE CARTS
 2.10          DANCE FLOOR                     $        100.00    177           17,700.00                      52        5,200     125         12,500       INCL. TRIM & CADDIES
 2.11          EASEL                           $        100.00     6               600.00                      0           -        6             600
 2.12          FLAGS - INTERIOR                $        200.00    10             2,000.00                      7         1,400      3             600       INTERIOR FLAGS, POLES AND STANDS FOR MEETING ROOMS.
 2.13          FLAGS - EXTERIOR                $      1,000.00     6             6,000.00                      3         3,000      3           3,000       US, STATE AND CITY (TWO EACH)
 2.13          GARMENTS RACKS                  $        500.00    12             6,000.00                      6         3,000      6           3,000       COAT CHECK
 2.14          LECTERNS                        $      2,000.00     6            12,000.00                      2         4,000      4           8,000       INVENTORY TO INCL ADA ACCESSIBLE AND TABLE TOP UNITS
 2.15          MARKER BOARDS                   $        200.00    10             2,000.00                      7         1,400      3             600
 2.16          PIPE & DRAPE                    $      2,500.00     1             2,500.00                      0           -        1           2,500       INCL. DOLLIES
 2.17          SIGN MAKING EQUIPMENT           $     15,000.00     1            15,000.00                      1        15,000                    -         SOFTWARE, PC AND PLOTTER
 2.18          FOLDING CHAIRS                  $         60.00   2,200         132,000.00                      0           -       2,200      132,000
 2.19          FOLDING CHAIRS CART             $        600.00     44           26,400.00                      0           -        44         26,400
 2.20          BANQUET, STACKING CHAIR         $         95.00   2,667         253,333.33                    2,667     253,333                    -         PROGRAMING ONE STYLE OF CHAIR FOR ALL APPLICATIONS
 2.21          BANQUET, STACKING CHAIR CART    $        200.00    12             2,400.00                      12        2,400                    -
 2.22          MEETING ROOM, STACKING CHAIR    $         60.00   1,856         111,375.00                    1,856     111,375                    -
 2.23          MEETING ROOM, CHAIR CARTS       $        175.00    12             2,100.00                      12        2,100                    -
 2.24          TELESCOPIC RISERS               $        300.00    750          225,000.00                     750      225,000                    -         MECHANICAL PLATFORM
  3      EVENT EQUIPMENT - SPORTS                                                             190,000                                                       SPORTS EQUIP-BASKETBALL, FOOTBALL, HOCKEY
 3.01          AFL - DASHER PADDING SYSTEM     $     15,000.00            $           -                       -1       (15,000)     1          15,000   #
 3.02          AFL - NETTING                   $     50,000.00                        -                       -1       (50,000)     1          50,000   #
 3.03          LACROSSE/SOCCER GOALS           $      2,500.00                        -                       0            -                      -     #
 3.04                                          $
               AFL/LACROSSE/SOCCER STORAGE EQUIP.     1,500.00                        -                       -1        (1,500)     1           1,500   #
 3.05          AFL/OTHER TURF                  $     80,000.00                        -                       -1       (80,000)     1          80,000   #
 3.06          BASKETBALL - COURT              $    120,000.00     1      $    120,000.00                     0            -        1         120,000   #   PAINTING TBD
 3.07          BASKETBALL - SCORING TABLES     $     25,000.00     1            25,000.00                     1         25,000                    -     #
 3.08          BASKETBALL - STANDARDS          $     15,000.00     3            45,000.00                     0            -        3          45,000   #
 3.09          HOCKEY - DASHER SYSTEM          $    200,000.00                        -                       0            -                      -     #
 3.10          HOCKEY - FLOODING KIT           $      2,500.00                        -                       -1        (2,500)     1           2,500   #
 3.11          HOCKEY - GOALS                  $      1,750.00                        -                       -3        (5,250)     3           5,250   #
 3.12          HOCKEY - ICE COVER              $    125,000.00                        -                       -1      (125,000)     1         125,000   #
 3.13                                          $
               HOCKEY - ICE COVER (ALT. HOMASOTE)    40,000.00                        -                       0            -                      -     #
 3.14          HOCKEY - ICE EDGER              $      3,250.00                        -                       -1        (3,250)     1           3,250   #
 3.15          HOCKEY - ICE PAINT MACHINE      $      4,000.00                        -                       -1        (4,000)     1           4,000   #
 3.16          HOCKEY - ICE RESURFACER, USED $       35,000.00                        -                       0            -                      -     #   ZAMBONI OR EQUAL
 3.17          HOCKEY - ICE RESURFACER, NEW    $     70,000.00                        -                       -2      (140,000)     2         140,000       ZAMBONI OR EQUAL
 3.18          HOCKEY - MISC. MAINT. EQUIP.    $      1,500.00                        -                       -1        (1,500)     1           1,500   #   INCL. ICE RESURFACER BLADES, SQUEEGEES, SNOW SHOVELS, ETC.
 3.19          HOCKEY - NETTING SYSTEM; ENDS $       75,000.00                        -                       -1       (75,000)     1          75,000
 3.20          HOCKEY - NETTING SYSTEM; SIDES $      75,000.00                        -                       0            -                      -
 3.21          HOCKEY - PLAYERS TUNNEL         $     15,000.00                        -                       -1       (15,000)     1          15,000   #   INCL. HOME VISITORS & REFEREES
 3.22          HOCKEY - PUCK FREEZER           $        500.00                        -                       -2        (1,000)     2           1,000   #
 3.23          HOCKEY - RENTAL SKATES          $     85,000.00                        -                       0            -                      -     #
 3.24                                          $
               HOCKEY - RENTAL SKATES, STORAGE EQUIP 15,000.00                        -                       0            -                      -     #
 3.25                                          $
               HOCKEY - RENTAL SKATES, MISC. EQUIP    5,000.00                        -                       0            -                      -     #
 3.26          HOCKEY - RUBBER MATTING         $      5,000.00                        -                       -1        (5,000)     1           5,000   #   SKATE BLADE RESISTANT
 3.27          HOCKEY - WATER TREATMENT        $     45,000.00                        -                       0            -                      -     #   STUDY TO DETERMINE NEED
  4      FURNITURE                                                                             82,500                                                       INCL. ALL BUILDING OPS OFFICE W/ DESIGN FEE INCL.
 4.01          ADMINISTRATIVE - BOX OFFICE     $      7,500.00    1       $      7,500.00                    0.25        1,875     0.75         5,625
 4.02          ADMINISTRATIVE - EXECUTIVE      $     25,000.00    1             25,000.00                     0            -        1          25,000
 4.03          ADMINISTRATIVE - OPERATIONS     $     10,000.00    1             10,000.00                     0            -        1          10,000
 4.04          ADMINISTRATIVE - SECURITY       $      5,000.00    1              5,000.00                    0.75        3,750     0.25         1,250
 4.05          PUBLIC - PERFECTION             $     25,000.00    1             25,000.00                     0            -        1          25,000       ALLOWANCE FOR SIX (6) SOFA, LOUNGE CHAIR AND COFFEE TABLE SETS
 4.06          PUBLIC - EXTERIOR               $     10,000.00    1             10,000.00                     0            -        1          10,000       ALLOWANCE FOR BENCHES AND COURTYARD FURNITURE
  5      LIFT EQUIPMENT                                                                       100,000                                                       SCISSORS, BOOM, ETC.
 5.01          BOOM LIFT                       $     40,000.00    1       $     40,000.00                     1         40,000                    -         40' REACH TBD BASED ON X-HALL CEILING HEIGHT
 5.02          PENCIL LIFT                     $     15,000.00    1             15,000.00                     0            -        1          15,000       15' REACH
 5.03          SCAFFOLD TOWER                  $     10,000.00    1             10,000.00                     1         10,000                    -         FLEXIBLE 15' MAX REACH
 5.04          SCISSORS LIFT                   $     35,000.00    1             35,000.00                     0            -        1          35,000       30' REACH




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                                                                                   Master Agreement Number: LCCC-0001
                                                                                          Work Authorization No.: 02


                                                                                        Attachment 2
                                                                              Fixtures, Furniture & Equipment
                                                                                               FURNITURE, FIXTURES AND EQUIPMENT

                                  PROJECT:    LAS COLINAS CENTER                                                                                                                             TOTAL EXHIBIT SQ FT   50,000
                                SUBMISSION:   INVENTORY AND BUDGET: DRAFT: For Discussion Only                                                                                             TOTAL BANQUET SQ FT     45,000
                                    DATED:    October 17, 2007                                                                                                                              TOTAL MEETING SQ FT    10,000
                                  OPENING:    October 31, 2009

                                                                         BUDGET                               DEFERRED             ESSENTIAL
                                                                                            PACKAGE
ITEM #              DESCRIPTION                   UNIT COST                   EXTENDED                          EXTENDED              EXTENDED                                  COMMENTS
                                                                  QTY.                       TOTAL      QTY.                 QTY.
                                                                                COST                              COST                  COST
  6      MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIP.                                                             140,950                                              FORKLIFTS, UTILITY VEHICLES, ETC.
6.01          FORKLIFT - MISC. ACCESSORIES    $        5,000.00    1      $      5,000.00                 0            -      1            5,000    FORK EXTENSIONS, CARPET TOOL, ETC.
6.02          FORKLIFT-6,000 LB.              $       30,000.00    1            30,000.00                 0            -      1           30,000
6.03          FORKLIFT-8,000 LB.              $       32,000.00    1            32,000.00                 1         32,000                   -
6.04          CARPETED DOLLIES                $           50.00    5               250.00                 0            -      5              250
6.05          DOCK PLATES                     $        1,000.00    3             3,000.00                 0            -      3            3,000
6.06          HAND TRUCKS                     $          325.00    6             1,950.00                 0            -      6            1,950
6.07          PALLET JACK-4,000 LB            $          500.00    2             1,000.00                 0            -      2            1,000
6.08          PLATFORM TRUCKS                 $          375.00    4             1,500.00                 0            -      4            1,500
6.09          PRY BAR                         $          125.00    2               250.00                 0            -      2              250
6.10          TRUCK - FULL SIZE PICK-UP       $       30,000.00    1            30,000.00                 1         30,000                   -
6.11          UTILITY VEHICLE - 4 PASSENGER   $        7,000.00    1             7,000.00                 1          7,000                   -
6.12          UTILITY VEHICLE - SCOOTERS      $        4,000.00    2             8,000.00                 1          4,000    1            4,000
6.13          UTILITY VEHICLE - FLAT BED      $        7,000.00    2            14,000.00                 1          7,000    1            7,000
6.14          UTILITY VEHICLE - 2 PASSENGER   $        7,000.00    1             7,000.00                 1          7,000                   -
  7      RADIO COMMUNICATIONS                                                                  49,400                                              RADIOS, REPEATERS & ACCESSORIES
7.01          16 CHANNEL RADIOS               $          725.00   24      $     17,400.00                6           4,350    18          13,050   EIGHT TO BE PROCURED, EIGHT FOR FUTURE USE
7.02          REPEATER                        $        8,500.00   2             17,000.00                1           8,500    1            8,500   TWO OF EIGHT CHANNELS ON REPEATER
7.03          BASE STATION                    $        4,000.00   1              4,000.00                0             -      1            4,000   TO BE LOCATED IN SECURITY OFFICE
7.04          COMPACT CHARGER                 $           25.00   12               300.00                0             -      12             300
7.05          6 UNIT CHARGER                  $          500.00   12             6,000.00                11          5,500    1              500
7.06          HEADSETS W/MIKES                $          100.00   12             1,200.00                6             600    6              600
7.07          INSTALLATION                    $        1,500.00   1              1,500.00                0             -      1            1,500
7.08          RADIO FREQUENCIES               $          500.00   4              2,000.00                0             -      4            2,000
  8      SOUND & LIGHTING                                                                      98,800                                              SPOTLIGHTS, A/V EQUIP & ASSISTIVE LISTENING
8.01          SPOTLIGHTS - 3,000 WATT         $       14,000.00    2      $     28,000.00                 2         28,000                   -
8.02          SPOTLIGHTS - 2,000 WATT         $       12,000.00    2            24,000.00                 0            -      2           24,000
8.03          PORTABLE SPOTLIGHTS             $        7,500.00    2            15,000.00                 2         15,000                   -
8.04          SPARE BULBS - VARIOUS           $        2,000.00    2             4,000.00                 2          4,000                   -
8.05          RIGGING EQUIPMENT               $      100,000.00    0                  -                   0
8.06          AUDIO VISUAL EQUIP. ALLOWANCE   $       20,000.00    1            20,000.00                0.50       10,000   0.50         10,000   INCL. MIX BOARDS, CABLING, MICS, PROJECTORS, SCREENS ETC.
8.07          ASSISTIVE LISTENING SYSTEM      $          140.00    20            2,800.00                 0            -      20           2,800   HEADSETS/RECEIVERS; TRANSMITTER TO BE BASE BUILDING
8.08          MISC. STORAGE EQUIPMENT         $        5,000.00    1             5,000.00                0.75        3,750   0.25          1,250   ROAD CASES FOR PORTABLE SPOTLIGHTS
  9      STAGING / RISERS                                                                     147,500                                               MEETING ROOM RISERS & PERFORMANCE STAGE
9.01          48' X 60' PERFORMANCE STAGE     $       70,000.00    1      $     70,000.00                 0            -      1           70,000
9.02          SOUND WING / MISC RISERS        $       12,500.00    1            12,500.00                 1         12,500                   -     12' X 24' MATCHING PERFORMANCE STAGE HEIGHTS
9.03          MEETING ROOM RISERS             $       12,500.00    1            12,500.00                 0            -      1           12,500   INCL, RISERS; 8" - 16" & 16" - 40" HEIGHTS
9.04          STAGE ACCESSORIES               $       22,500.00    1            22,500.00                 0            -      1           22,500   INCLS ALL DRAPES, STEPS, RAILS, ETC.
9.05          WHEELCHAIR LIFT                 $       15,000.00    1            15,000.00                 0            -      1           15,000   ELECTRIC IN LEU OF RAMP
9.06          STAGE BARRICADE SYS.            $       15,000.00    1            15,000.00                 0            -      1           15,000
 10      TELEVISION SYSTEM                                                                     39,600                                              PREFUNTION, OFFICES, ETC
10.01         TELEVISIONS                     $        2,000.00   12      $     24,000.00                 6         12,000    6           12,000   42" LCD
10.02         WALL BRACKETS                   $          300.00   12             3,600.00                 6          1,800    6            1,800
10.03         CATV SYSTEM                     $       12,000.00   1             12,000.00                 1         12,000                   -




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                                                                                 Master Agreement Number: LCCC-0001
                                                                                        Work Authorization No.: 02


                                                                                      Attachment 2
                                                                            Fixtures, Furniture & Equipment
                                                                                             FURNITURE, FIXTURES AND EQUIPMENT

                                PROJECT:    LAS COLINAS CENTER                                                                                                                              TOTAL EXHIBIT SQ FT   50,000
                              SUBMISSION:   INVENTORY AND BUDGET: DRAFT: For Discussion Only                                                                                              TOTAL BANQUET SQ FT     45,000
                                  DATED:    October 17, 2007                                                                                                                               TOTAL MEETING SQ FT    10,000
                                OPENING:    October 31, 2009

                                                                       BUDGET                               DEFERRED             ESSENTIAL
                                                                                          PACKAGE
ITEM #             DESCRIPTION                  UNIT COST                   EXTENDED                          EXTENDED              EXTENDED                                   COMMENTS
                                                                QTY.                       TOTAL      QTY.                 QTY.
                                                                              COST                              COST                  COST
 11      CROWD CONTROL                                                                       56,708                                              TURNSTILES, QUEUING EQUIP., ETC.
11.01        TURNSTILES                     $        4,000.00    6      $     24,000.00                6          24,000                   -
11.02        8' CROWD BARRIER               $          140.00    75           10,500.00                50          7,000    25           3,500
11.03        8' CROWD BARRIER - COVERS      $           50.00    25            1,250.00                13            650    12             600
11.04        STANCHIONS - VELVET ROPE       $          150.00    0                  -                  0
11.05        STANCHIONS - RETRACTABLE       $          130.00    75            9,750.00                50          6,500    25           3,250
11.06        STANCHIONS - TRANSPORT CART    $          625.00    8             5,208.33                6           3,472    3            1,736
11.07        SIGN HOLDERS 14" X 11"         $          250.00    12            3,000.00                6           1,500    6            1,500
11.08        METAL DETECTORS                $          500.00    6             3,000.00                6           3,000                   -
 12      TRAFFIC CONTROL                                                                      3,995                                              CONES, BARRICADES, ETC.
12.01        CONES                          $           30.00   24      $        720.00                 0              -    24             720
12.02        PLASTIC BARRICADES             $           75.00   24             1,800.00                 0              -    24           1,800
12.03        VESTS                          $           25.00   6                150.00                 0              -    6              150
12.04        MISC. EQUIPMENT                $        1,325.00   1              1,325.00                 0              -    1            1,325    FLASHLIGHTS, FLAGS, CAUTION TAPE, ETC.
 13      PERSONNEL RELATED                                                                   32,500                                              TIME CLOCK, UNIFORMS, TRASH COMPACTOR, ETC.
13.01        AUTOMATED TIME CLOCK SYSTEM    $        7,500.00   1       $      7,500.00                0             -      1            7,500    VENDOR SUPPLIED WITH SMG MANAGEMENT
13.02        PHOTO ID (BADGE) SYSTEM        $       10,000.00   1             10,000.00                0             -      1           10,000
13.03        UNIFORMS                       $          250.00   60            15,000.00                30          7,500    30           7,500
 14      GENERAL OPERATIONS                                                                  90,500                                              MAINTENANCE RELATED ITEMS
14.01        LANDSCAPING EQUIP. ALLOWANCE   $        5,000.00    1      $      5,000.00                0.50        2,500   0.50          2,500
14.02        SAFETY EQUIPMENT               $        7,500.00    1             7,500.00                 1          7,500                   -
14.03        STORAGE - CAGES                $       11,500.00    1            11,500.00                 0            -      1           11,500   FENCING AFTER FINAL CONSTRUCTION
14.04        STORAGE - FUEL CABINETS        $          500.00    1               500.00                 1            500                   -
14.05        STORAGE - LARGE RACKS          $       20,000.00    1            20,000.00                0.75       15,000   0.25          5,000   PALLETIZING
14.06        STORAGE - INVENTORY SOFTWARE   $       15,000.00    1            15,000.00                 1         15,000                   -
14.07        STORAGE - INVENTORY SUPPLIES   $          500.00    1               500.00                 1            500                   -
14.08        STORAGE - METAL SHELVES        $        2,500.00    1             2,500.00                 0            -      1            2,500
14.09        STORAGE - SHOP CABINETS        $          500.00    1               500.00                 0            -      1              500
14.10        STORAGE - OTHER CABINETS       $        2,500.00    1             2,500.00                 0            -      1            2,500
14.11        TOOLS - CARPENTER              $        2,000.00    1             2,000.00                0.25          500   0.75          1,500
14.12        TOOLS - ELECTRICAL             $       15,000.00    1            15,000.00                0.25        3,750   0.75         11,250
14.13        TOOLS - PAINT                  $        1,000.00    1             1,000.00                0.25          250   0.75            750
14.14        TOOLS - PLUMBING/HVAC          $        2,000.00    1             2,000.00                0.25          500   0.75          1,500
14.15        TOOLS - POWER EQUIPMENT        $        5,000.00    1             5,000.00                0.25        1,250   0.75          3,750
 15      LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT                                                                   15,800                                               WASHER AND DRYER
15.01        WASHER                         $        7,500.00    1      $      7,500.00                 0              -    1            7,500   50 LB COMMERCIAL GRADE
15.02        DRYER                          $        7,500.00    1             7,500.00                 0              -    1            7,500   75 LB COMMERCIAL GRADE
15.03        X-FRAME CARTS                  $          200.00    4               800.00                 0              -    4              800
 16      SECURITY EQUIPMENT                                                                  18,000                                              SECURITY CONSOLE, CHAIRS, MEGAPHONES, ETC.
16.01        CONSOLE                        $        7,000.00    1      $      7,000.00                 1          7,000                   -
16.02        KEY CABINETS                   $          500.00    2             1,000.00                 0            -      2            1,000
16.03        KEY MACHINE                    $        2,500.00    1             2,500.00                 0            -      1            2,500
16.04        SECURITY LOCK BOXES            $        1,000.00    1             1,000.00                 1          1,000                   -
16.05        MEGAPHONE                      $          350.00    2               700.00                 0            -      2              700
16.06        DIGITAL CAMERA                 $          500.00    1               500.00                 0            -      1              500
16.07        SMALL SAFE                     $        1,000.00    1             1,000.00                 0            -      1            1,000
16.08        APPLIANCES                     $        2,300.00    1             2,300.00                0.50        1,150   0.50          1,150   LOCATED IN ADMIN BREAK ROOM
16.09        MISC. SECURITY EQUIP.          $        2,000.00    1             2,000.00                 1          2,000                   -




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                                                                                Master Agreement Number: LCCC-0001
                                                                                       Work Authorization No.: 02


                                                                                  Attachment 2
                                                                        Fixtures, Furniture & Equipment
                                                                                              FURNITURE, FIXTURES AND EQUIPMENT

                                 PROJECT:    LAS COLINAS CENTER                                                                                                                               TOTAL EXHIBIT SQ FT   50,000
                               SUBMISSION:   INVENTORY AND BUDGET: DRAFT: For Discussion Only                                                                                               TOTAL BANQUET SQ FT     45,000
                                   DATED:    October 17, 2007                                                                                                                                TOTAL MEETING SQ FT    10,000
                                 OPENING:    October 31, 2009

                                                                        BUDGET                                DEFERRED             ESSENTIAL
                                                                                           PACKAGE
ITEM #              DESCRIPTION                  UNIT COST                   EXTENDED                           EXTENDED              EXTENDED                                   COMMENTS
                                                                 QTY.                       TOTAL        QTY.                QTY.
                                                                               COST                               COST                  COST
 17      HOUSEKEEPING EQUIP.                                                                 181,760                                               HARD & SOFT SURFACE EQUIPMENT
17.01         BLOWERS, BACKPACK             $           350.00   2       $        700.00                  1            350    1              350
17.02         CARPET, BLOWERS               $           275.00   2                550.00                  0            -      2              550
17.03         CARPET, SPOT EXTRACTOR        $         2,000.00   1              2,000.00                  0            -      1            2,000
17.04         CARPET, WIDE AREA EXTRACTOR   $         3,850.00   1              3,850.00                  0            -      1            3,850
17.05         MATS & FLOOR RUNNERS          $         5,000.00   1              5,000.00                  0            -      1            5,000
17.06         ESCALATOR CLEANER             $         3,750.00   1              3,750.00                  1          3,750                   -
17.07         FLOOR MACHINE - 20"           $         2,000.00   2              4,000.00                  0            -      2            4,000
17.08         MISC. JANITORIAL SUPPLIES     $         5,000.00   1              5,000.00                  0            -      1            5,000   INCL. CARTS, MOPS, BUCKETS, BROOMS, ETC.
17.09         POLYETHYLENE TILT TRUCKS      $         1,000.00   10            10,000.00                  4          4,000    6            6,000
17.10         PRESSURE WASHER               $         3,500.00   1              3,500.00                  0            -      1            3,500   HOT/COLD 3,000 PSI
17.11         SCRUBBER, WALK BEHIND - 36"   $         9,500.00   2             19,000.00                  0            -      2           19,000
17.12         SCRUBBER-RIDER-50"            $        37,500.00   1             37,500.00                  1         37,500                   -
17.13         SWEEPER, WALK BEHIND          $         6,000.00   1              6,000.00                  0            -      1            6,000
17.14         SWEEPER-RIDER                 $        30,000.00   1             30,000.00                  1         30,000                   -
17.15                                       $
              TRASH RECEPTACLES - PREFUNCTION           300.00   48            14,400.00                  12         3,600    36          10,800
17.16         TRASH RECEPTACLES - EXTERIOR $            300.00   24             7,200.00                  6          1,800    18           5,400   ASH / TRASH RECEPTACLE
17.17         TRASH RECEPTACLES - RESTROOMS $           150.00   8              1,200.00                  0            -      8            1,200
17.18         TRASH RECEPTACLES - SERVICE   $           150.00   12             1,800.00                  0            -      12           1,800
17.19         VACUUM, BACKPACK              $           430.00   2                860.00                  0            -      2              860
17.20         VACUUM, RIDING - 28"          $        15,000.00   1             15,000.00                  0            -      1           15,000
17.21         VACUUM, EXTERIOR DEBRIS - 48" $         1,400.00   1              1,400.00                  1          1,400                   -
17.22         VACUUM, UPRIGHT - 14"         $           500.00   4              2,000.00                  0            -      4            2,000
17.23         VACUUM, UPRIGHT - 28"         $         1,700.00   2              3,400.00                  0            -      2            3,400
17.24         VACUUM, WET/DRY - 16-20 GAL.  $           900.00   1                900.00                  0            -      1              900
17.25         VACUUM, WET/DRY - 50 GAL.     $         2,750.00   1              2,750.00                  1          2,750                   -
 18      FIRST AID EQUIPMENT                                                                  19,250                                               FIRST AID EQUIP. & SUPPLIES
18.01         EXAM TABLE                    $         2,500.00    1      $      2,500.00                  1          2,500                   -
18.02         AUTO DEFIBRILLATOR            $         3,000.00    3             9,000.00                  1          3,000    2            6,000
18.03         SUPPLY CABINET                $           750.00    1               750.00                  0            -      1              750
18.04         STRETCHERS                    $         1,400.00    2             2,800.00                  2          2,800                   -
18.05         WHEELCHAIRS                   $           400.00    2               800.00                  0            -      2              800
18.06         OXYGEN EQUIPMENT              $         3,000.00    0                  -                    0            -                     -
18.07         FIRST AID EQUIPMENT SET       $         1,500.00    2             3,000.00                  1          1,500    1            1,500
18.08         THREE PANEL CUBICLE CURTAIN   $           400.00    1               400.00                  1            400                   -
 19      BOX OFFICE EQUIPMENT                                                                 16,600                                               SAFES, CASH DRAWERS, STOOLS, ETC.
19.01         CABINETS-FIREPROOF            $         1,000.00    1      $      1,000.00                  0            -      1            1,000
19.02         CASH DRAWERS                  $           150.00    6               900.00                  3            450    3              450
19.03         STOOLS                        $           100.00    6               600.00                  3            300    3              300
19.04         CASH COUNTER                  $         1,600.00    1             1,600.00                  0            -      1            1,600
19.05         COIN COUNTER                  $         1,500.00    1             1,500.00                  1          1,500                   -
19.06         SAFE                          $         2,500.00    1             2,500.00                  1          2,500                   -     IN PLACE OF PERMANENT VAULT
19.07         TICKET SYSTEM                 $        10,000.00    0                  -                    0            -                     -
19.08         TICKET WINDOW COMMUNICATION $           1,000.00    6             6,000.00                  3          3,000    3            3,000
19.09         MISC. EQUIPMENT               $         2,500.00    1             2,500.00                  0            -      1            2,500   INCL. CALCULATORS, STANDARD CABINETS, ETC.




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                                                                                  Master Agreement Number: LCCC-0001
                                                                                         Work Authorization No.: 02


                                                                                       Attachment 2
                                                                             Fixtures, Furniture & Equipment
                                                                                              FURNITURE, FIXTURES AND EQUIPMENT

                                 PROJECT:    LAS COLINAS CENTER                                                                                                                                 TOTAL EXHIBIT SQ FT   50,000
                               SUBMISSION:   INVENTORY AND BUDGET: DRAFT: For Discussion Only                                                                                                 TOTAL BANQUET SQ FT     45,000
                                   DATED:    October 17, 2007                                                                                                                                  TOTAL MEETING SQ FT    10,000
                                 OPENING:    October 31, 2009

                                                                        BUDGET                               DEFERRED             ESSENTIAL
                                                                                          PACKAGE
ITEM #             DESCRIPTION                   UNIT COST                   EXTENDED                           EXTENDED             EXTENDED                                   COMMENTS
                                                                 QTY.                      TOTAL        QTY.                QTY.
                                                                               COST                               COST                 COST
 20      LOCKER ROOMS                                                                          6,500                                               FURTHER STUDY NEEDED TO DETERMINE
20.01         BENCHES                        $         500.00    1       $       500.00                  1            500                    -
20.02         LOCKERS - EMPLOYEES            $         100.00    60            6,000.00                  30         3,000    30            3,000
 21      OFFICE EQUIPMENT                                                                     13,500                                               COPIERS, FAX MACHINES, ETC.
21.01         COPY MACHINE - LARGE           $        5,000.00    1      $     5,000.00                  1          5,000                    -     LEASE
21.02         COPY MACHINE - SMALL           $        1,500.00    1            1,500.00                  1          1,500                    -     LEASE
21.03         FACSIMILE MACHINE              $          500.00    1              500.00                  1            500                    -     LEASE
21.04         PRESENTATION EQUIPMENT         $        1,500.00    1            1,500.00                  0            -      1             1,500    BULLETIN BOARD, DRY ERASE BOARDS, ETC.
21.05         MISC. SUPPLIES                 $        5,000.00    1            5,000.00                  0            -      1             5,000    INCL. PAPER SHREDDER, PENS, PAPER, ETC.

             SUBTOTAL LOOSE FF&E                                                           2,393,120              688,059              1,705,061

                       SCHEDULE A                                                          FULL              DEFERRED             ESSENTIAL
             SUBTOTAL LOOSE FF&E                                                           2,393,120              688,059              1,705,061
             MOVE-IN ALLOWANCE                                                                50,000               50,000                 50,000
             CONTINGENCY                                                                      59,828               17,201                 42,627
             TOTAL LOOSE FF&E                                                              2,502,948              755,260              1,797,687




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                                                                              Project Programming & Feasibility Design Phase
                                                                                 Master Agreement Number: LCCC-0001
                                                                                        Work Authorization No.: 02


                                                                                   Attachment 2
                                                                         Fixtures, Furniture & Equipment
                                                                                                FURNITURE, FIXTURES AND EQUIPMENT

                                  PROJECT:    LAS COLINAS CENTER                                                                                                                                         TOTAL EXHIBIT SQ FT   50,000
                                SUBMISSION:   INVENTORY AND BUDGET: DRAFT: For Discussion Only                                                                                                         TOTAL BANQUET SQ FT     45,000
                                    DATED:    October 17, 2007                                                                                                                                          TOTAL MEETING SQ FT    10,000
                                  OPENING:    October 31, 2009

                                                                         BUDGET                                     DEFERRED                ESSENTIAL
                                                                                            PACKAGE
 ITEM #         DESCRIPTION                       UNIT COST                   EXTENDED                                 EXTENDED                EXTENDED                                     COMMENTS
                                                                  QTY.                       TOTAL          QTY.                    QTY.
                                                                                COST                                     COST                    COST
                                                                                                         SCHEDULE B - FIXED FF&E
  B.1     ADVERTISING SIGNAGE                 $      250,000.00    0      $           -            -                                                         SCOPE TO BE DETERMINED
  B.2     COMPUTER SYSTEM                     $       50,000.00    1            50,000.00       50,000                                  1           50,000   BASED ON 12 PERSON; LAN, DESKTOP EQUIPMENT, SOFT & HARD ETC.
  B.3     DIRECTIONAL SIGNAGE                 $      100,000.00    1           100,000.00      100,000          1         100,000                      -     INCL. ELECTRONIC SIGNAGE AND WAYFINDING PACKAGE
  B.4     FOOD & BEVERAGE EQUIPMENT           $      630,000.00    1           630,000.00      630,000          0             -         1          630,000   FIXED, SCOPE TO BE FURTHER DEFINED
  B.5     FOOD & BEVERAGE SMALLWARES          $      500,000.00    1           500,000.00      500,000          0             -         1          500,000   SMALLWARES, SCOPE TO BE FURTHER DEFINED
  B.6     MARQUEE                             $       50,000.00    1            50,000.00       50,000          0             -         1           50,000   MONOCHROME MARQUEE W/TRI-VISION AD PANELS
  B.7     SECURITY SYSTEM                     $       30,000.00    1            30,000.00       30,000          0             -         1           30,000   CAMERAS, ACCESS CARD ENTRY, MOTION DETECT, ETC.
  B.8     SCOREBOARD                          $      500,000.00    1           500,000.00      500,000          0             -         1          500,000   END HUNG CONFIGURATION, SCORING ONLY NO VIDEO
  B.9     TELEPHONE SYSTEM                    $      155,000.00    1           155,000.00      155,000          0             -         1          155,000   CABLING AND EQUIPMENT INCLUDED
  B.9     TRASH COMPACTOR                     $       25,000.00    1            25,000.00       25,000          0             -         1           25,000   30 YARD CONTAINER TYPE UNIT
  B.10    RECYCLING UNIT                      $       15,000.00    1            15,000.00       15,000          0             -         1           15,000   CARDBOARD BAILER, ETC.

          SUBTOTAL FIXED FF&E                                                                2,055,000                    100,000                1,955,000

                    SCHEDULE B                                                               FULL                   DEFERRED                ESSENTIAL
          SUBTOTAL FIXED FF&E                                                                2,055,000      $            100,000    $            1,955,000
          MOVE-IN ALLOWANCE                                                                     50,000      $             50,000    $               50,000
          CONTINGENCY                                                                          102,750      $              2,500    $               97,750
          TOTAL FIXED FF&E                                                                   2,207,750      $            152,500    $            2,102,750

                       TOTALS                                                                FULL                   DEFERRED                ESSENTIAL
          SCHEDULE A                                                                         2,502,948      $           1,553,195   $            1,797,687
          SCHEDULE B                                                                         2,207,750      $             152,500   $            2,102,750
          TOTAL FF&E                                                                         4,710,698      $           1,705,695   $           3,900,437

NOTES:
   1.     THE ESTIMATES IN SCHEDULES A & B ARE BASED ON INFORMATION FROM COMPARABLE PROJECTS AND IN US DOLLARS.
   2.     THE ESTIMATES IN SCHEDULES A & B ARE BASED ON RECENT COMPETITIVE PRICING RECEIVED BY SMG, HOWEVER, THESE ESTIMATES COULD BE REDUCED THROUGH SMG'S PURCHASING POWER.
   4.     THE ESTIMATES IN SCHEDULES A & B INCLUDE ESTIMATED SHIPPING CHARGES, HOWEVER, ADDITIONAL INFORMATION IS REQUIRED TO CONFIRM THESE ESTIMATES.
   5.     THE ABOVE ESTIMATES DO NOT INCLUDE TAXES OR DUTY.
   6.     THE FOLLOWING ITEMS/AREAS ARE EXCLUDED FROM THIS ANALYSIS
          ARTWORK
          BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
          CARPETING
          FLOORING
          LIGHTING (EXCEPT SPOTLIGHTS)
          MECHANICAL OR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT & SYSTEMS
          MILLWORK
          RESTROOM PARTITIONS, DISPENSERS & CHANGING STATIONS
          SOUND SYSTEM (EXCEPT PORTABLE)
          WALL TREATMENTS




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                   Master Agreement Number: LCCC-0001
                          Work Authorization No.: 02



                        Attachment 3
             Current Project Construction Budget

Irving Conference & Event Center                             $64,575,000

Parking Garage (850-1000 Structured Spaces)                      $12,385,000

Area Development & Infrastructure                                $10,728,000
                                                          $ 87,688,000




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                                        Project Programming & Feasibility Design Phase
                                           Master Agreement Number: LCCC-0001
                                                  Work Authorization No.: 02


                                      Attachment 4
                      Conference Center & Parking Garage Schedules
Conference Center
  ID#    Duration Start Date                   End Date                     Description/ Item/ Activity
Summary - Conference Center
CC220      270     6-Nov-07                   17-Nov-08    Conference Center - Overall Design
CC230      65     24-Jun-08                   22-Sep-08    Conference Center - Steel Mill Order
CC300      25      22-Jul-08                  25-Aug-08    Conference Center - Bid/Award Core/Shell Pkg
CC240      289    26-Aug-08                    2-Oct-09    Conference Center - Overall Construction
CC310      25     25-Nov-08                   29-Dec-08    Conference Center - Bid/Award Pkg #2 (Interior/Comp)
CC250      35     31-Aug-09                   16-Oct-09    Conference Center - Specialty Systems Install & Punch
CC260      10     19-Oct-09                   30-Oct-09    Conference Center - Owner Load-In, Training, & Open

Conference Center - Pkg #1 - Utilities, Core, & Shell
CC055
CC025       0        5-Nov-07      5-Nov-07 Conference Center - Design Kickoff
CC095      40        6-Nov-07     31-Dec-07 Conference Center - Concept/Feasibility
CC105       0       15-Nov-07 15-Nov-07 Existing Conditions Report Available
CC115       0       30-Nov-07 30-Nov-07 Soils Report Available
CC035      30        1-Jan-08     11-Feb-08 Schematic Design
CC040      30       12-Feb-08 24-Mar-08 Design Development (0 - 30%)
CC125       0       24-Mar-08 24-Mar-08 Conference Center Pkg1 - Lockdown Facility Inputs
CC045      30       25-Mar-08      5-May-08 30 - 60% CD's
GMAX       40        6-May-08       1-Jul-08 Conference Center GMAX
CC050      30        6-May-08      16-Jun-08 60 - 100% CD's
CC060      25       17-Jun-08      21-Jul-08 Final Design Review/Comment Incorporation
CC065       0        21-Jul-08     21-Jul-08 Conference Center Pkg #1 - Plot B&C's
CC270      15        6-May-08 26-May-08 Incorporate Comments into Mill Order Pkg
CC190      20       27-May-08 23-Jun-08 Bid/Award Steel Truss/Mill Order
CC200      65       24-Jun-08 22-Sep-08 Conference Center - Steel Mill Order
CC280       0       22-Sep-08 22-Sep-08 Deliver Steel Mill Order to Fab Shop
CC290      65       23-Sep-08 22-Dec-08 Conference Center - Fab Steel & Trusses
CC070      25        22-Jul-08    25-Aug-08 Bid & Award CC Pkg #1
CC075       0       25-Aug-08 25-Aug-08 Notice to Proceed - CC Pkg #1
CC080      10       26-Aug-08      8-Sep-08 Contractor Mobilize - CC Construction Pkg #1
CC090      75        9-Sep-08     22-Dec-08 CC - U/G Utilities & Concrete Ftgs/Slab
CC140      85        2-Dec-08     30-Mar-09 CC - Construct Shell & Roof
CC150      105       3-Mar-09      27-Jul-09 CC - Exterior Facade Construction

Conference Center Pkg #2 - MEP, Interiors, Area Dev
CC208      30       22-Jul-08    1-Sep-08 30 - 60% CD's
CC219       0       4-Aug-08     4-Aug-08 CC Pkg 2 - Lockdown Facility Inputs
CC209      30       2-Sep-08    13-Oct-08 60 - 100% CD's
CC210      25      14-Oct-08 17-Nov-08 Final Design Review/Comment Incorporation
CC211       0       7-Nov-08     7-Nov-08 Plot B&C's
CC212      25      25-Nov-08 29-Dec-08 Bid & Award CC Pkg #2
CC214       0      29-Dec-08 29-Dec-08 Notice to Proceed - CC Pkg #2
CC215      10      30-Dec-08 12-Jan-09 Contractor Mobilize - CC Construction Pkg #2
CC160      189     13-Jan-09     2-Oct-09 CC - MEP & Interior Construction
CC180      85      26-May-09 21-Sep-09 Conference Center Area Dev Construction
CC170      30      31-Aug-09     9-Oct-09 CC - Install Show Systems & Kitchen Equipment

* Note: Durations are in Working Days


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Conference Center
  ID#    Duration Start Date     End Date                                Description/ Item/ Activity
Conference Center Owner Activities
CC100      10       5-Oct-09    16-Oct-09                Owner Punchlist & Acceptance
CC110       0      16-Oct-09 16-Oct-09                   Turnover to Operator - Civic Center
CC120      10      19-Oct-09 30-Oct-09                   Operator Load-In & Training
CC130       0      30-Oct-09 30-Oct-09                   Conference Center - Grand Opening

Other Conference Center Necessities
CC320       0      30-Jun-08 30-Jun-08                   Sitewide Demo/Mass Ex/Rough Grade Complete
CC350       0      16-Feb-09 16-Feb-09                   CC Pkg Structure Concrete Complete
CC330       0      31-Jul-09    31-Jul-09                Permanent Power & Other Utlities Available
CC340       0      30-Sep-09 30-Sep-09                   Adjacent Street Improvements Complete

* Note: Durations are in Working Days

Parking Structure
  ID# Duration Start Date End Date                                  Description/ Item/ Activity
Summary - Parking Structure
SS280     150     6-Nov-07 2-Jun-08                 Conference Center Parking Structure Design
SS310      25     3-Jun-08   7-Jul-08               Bid & Award - CC Pkg Garage Construction
SS270     270      8-Jul-08 20-Jul-09               Conference Center Parking Structure Construction
SS300      10     19-Oct-09 30-Oct-09               Owner Load-In, Training, & Opening Activites

Parking Structure Design
SS030       0     5-Nov-07               5-Nov-07   Parking Structure - Design Kickoff
SS010      20     6-Nov-07               3-Dec-07   Concept Development/Feasibility
SS075       0     15-Nov-07             15-Nov-07   Existing Conditions As-Builts Available
SS025       0     30-Nov-07             30-Nov-07   Soils Report Available
SS040      30     4-Dec-07              14-Jan-08   Schematic Design
SS045      30     15-Jan-08             25-Feb-08   Design Development (0 - 30%)
SS290       0     25-Feb-08             25-Feb-08   Parking Struct - Lockdown Facility Inputs
SS050      30     26-Feb-08              7-Apr-08   30 - 60% CD's
GMAX       40      8-Apr-08              3-Jun-08   Parking Structure GMAX
SS055      30      8-Apr-08             19-May-08   60 - 100% CD's
SS060      10    20-May-08               2-Jun-08   Final Design Review/Comment Incorporation
SS065       0      2-Jun-08              2-Jun-08   Plot B&C's

Parking Structure Construction
SS140      25      3-Jun-08  7-Jul-08               Bid & Award - CC Pkg Structure
CC070       0     30-Jun-08 30-Jun-08               Parking Structure - Mass Ex Complete
SS150       0      7-Jul-08  7-Jul-08               Notice to Proceed - CC Pkg Structure Constr.
SS200      10      8-Jul-08 21-Jul-08               Mobilize Contractor
SS080      30     22-Jul-08 1-Sep-08                U/G Utilities, Piles/Caps & Grading
SS100      30     2-Sep-08 13-Oct-08                1st Level Slab & Columns (Underground)
SS110      30     14-Oct-08 24-Nov-08               2nd Level Shoring, Slabs & Columns
SS120      30     25-Nov-08 5-Jan-09                3rd Level Shoring, Slabs & Columns
SS130      30      6-Jan-09 16-Feb-09               4th Level Shoring, Slabs & Columns
SS090     130      6-Jan-09  6-Jul-09               Facades, MEP & Finishes Construction
SS250       0     16-Feb-09 16-Feb-09               CC Pkg Structure Concrete Complete
SS210      10      7-Jul-09 20-Jul-09               Punchlist
SS220       0     20-Jul-09 20-Jul-09               Turnove to Owner
SS230      10     19-Oct-09 30-Oct-09               Owner Load-In & Training
SS240       0     30-Oct-09 30-Oct-09               Parking Structure Open to Guests

* Note: Durations are in Working Days


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   Master Agreement Number: LCCC-0001
          Work Authorization No.: 02


           Attachment 5
          Project Site Plan




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              Master Agreement Number: LCCC-0001
                     Work Authorization No.: 02


                  Attachment 6
Amendments to Master Agreement Exhibits A-1 and A-2



       NOT YET DETERMINED IF ANY




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