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INDUSTRY ACADEMIA COLLABORATIVE BIOSCIENCES WORKSHOP James P.

McNamara President and CEO April 15, 2012


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BioDistrict New Orleans

Mission:
To lead in building a 21st century globally competitive New Orleans economy based on the biosciences by actively supporting and facilitating public and private research partnerships, encouraging entrepreneurship and recruiting outside investment and biopharmaceutical companies within a sustainably built environment.
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Significant Findings -- Ecosystem

Confirmation of Themes / Issues / Opportunities

Create a livable, connected place Provide Public and Civic Leadership

Create an Industry Hub with common vision and act in a coordinated manner

Substantial Economic Opportunities at all levels

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An Amazing Collaboration working TOGETHER!

Economic Development

Jobs and training

Community Building

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Civic Leadership

General Areas of Concentration

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BioDistrict General Areas of Concentration

LED Blue Ocean Manufacturing Pharmaceuticals Digital / Media Software Development


Specialty Healthcare Specialty Research Hospital and Corridor: Treating the US and Latin America Obesity / Diabetes Research and Treatment High Concentration of Biomedical Research, Trials and Treatment

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Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Energy Efficiency: Green Living, Green Building, Green Manufacturing Renewable Energy Water Management

Industry

Bioscience Centers of Excellence

HIV/AIDS Cancer Diabetes and Cardiovascular

Biodefense Neuroprotection and Rehabilitation

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Digital Media / Software Development


Next generation digital media / software development ecosystem

I.P. Infrastructure Computational Modeling Mapping the Human Genome Advanced Mathematics Translational Medicine

Bio-informatics (imaging, clinical and public health) Healthcare Software

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Specialty Healthcare
Specialty research hospital and corridor: treating the nation.

Specialty and Research Hospitals within a Masterplanned Medical District: Treating the U.S. and Latin America
1500 acre campus Specialized facilities

LA Cancer Research 4/23/12 Consortium

Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency


Energy Efficiency: Green Living, Green Building, Green Manufacturing

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EDAW AECOM

Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency


Electric Car Charging Hubs Biofuel Transit Pedestrian-friendly Greenways

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Water Management Complete Streets

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Water Management -- BioFuels

THE BIOFUEL WE USE TOMORROW STARTS AT HOME TODAY.

Marsh Grasses & Algae: Utilize the swampland beyond New Orleans East, otherwise unoccupied, to create biofuels that are potentially more efficient than biofuel created from many other types of vegetation. 4/23/12

Water Management

Salicornica: Saltwater-loving salicornia is a viable and ecologically friendly source of biofuel, according to a study by the Masdar Institute. This provides another option for utilizing the swampland beyond New 4/23/12 East. Orleans

Place Key Development Areas

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Place: Pending Residential Developments

Over 200 pending residential units in the BioDistrict

City of New Orleans

Approximate ly 4,000 pending units in Expanded 4/23/12

Place: Medical Centers as Economic Engines Economic impact of major medical centers
CITY MEDICAL COMPLEX JOBS SUPPORTED
(DIRECT AND INDIRECT)

METRO AREA LABOR FORCE 540,900 2,568,300 1,082,000 3,571,000 555,000

Birmingham, AL Houston, TX Cleveland, OH Chicago, IL Memphis, TN 4/23/12

UAB Medical 54,000 jobs Center Texas Medical Center Cleveland Clinic Illinois Medical District Memphis Medical Center 145,000 jobs 70,000 jobs 50,000 jobs 50,000 jobs

Place

Galvez Research Neighborhood


Tulane Avenue Mixed Use Galvez Street R&D Core Neighborhood Residential Historic High School Reuse

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Place Xavier/Gert Town

Academic Expansion Mixed Use Retail/Residential Residential Infill New Public School & Pool Light Industrial/ Manufacturing Open Space Connectivity

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Place

Tulane Avenue/Canal Street

Mixed Use Office/Academic Expansion Residential Ground Floor Commercial Math & Science HS Claiborne Avenue Boulevard

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Place Downtown Health Campus

Expanded Delgado Campus Shared population services Charity Hospital Reuse Gravier Street Pedestrian Spine and green

space

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BioDistrict 1,500 acres, 4 institutions Key Concept: Physical sustainability


measures must enhance social infrastructure

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Framework (SIF) planning at the BioDistrict

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Framework (SIF) planning at the BioDistrict New Charter K-12, Math


& Science, Biotech Vocational Training and Gert town

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Can we benefit Yes, by economically? continuing to address key areas of readiness

Building the local ecosystem support structure Training locals to fill jobs created Strengthening interactions between the universities and the economic development offices of city and state government Making available suitable space and facilities in locations that promote scientific and

People Building the Widow of on the UMC went to 80% of the construction work Opportunity Louisiana Contractors Workforce Development

NOW New Orleans Works coordinated effort

GNOF/City 300k National Workforce Solutions Grant

Ochsner Facility Expansion into Benson Tower 500-700 Jobs

Participated in Job Fair moving 76 employed professions into higher paying jobs which

increased their salaries by $5,000 on average. 4/23/12

Summary Key Private Investment Projects


Residential 2,000+ Units Retail 150,000 sf Medical Office/R&D/Manuf. 1.6 million sf Long Term Stay Hotel 150 Rooms Iberville HUD Project 625 Million+

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Summary Key Institutional Investment Projects


VA Hospital 2 Million sf University Medical Center 3.3 Million sf LSU Facilities 750,000 sf Tulane Health Sciences 1.8 Million sf Xavier 1 Million sf Delgado 225,000 sf Ochsner - Benson Tower

Key Private Investment Projects

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Summary

Economic Impacts

In 20 years, the BioDistrict will generate:

34,000 direct and indirect jobs created 3600 annual construction jobs $3.3 Billion in Economic Activity $2 Billion in increased Personal Earnings $1.9 Billion in State Sales

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Thank You Questions?

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