Site Opportunities & Constraints SITE ASSESSMENT Site Organization Vehicle Access & Parking Site Security Paving & Landscaping Civil/Geotech Report CODE COMPLIANCE Land Use Compliance Report Environmental Compliance Report Traffic Report Emergency Vehicle Access
Site Assessment Site Organization Vehicle Access & Parking Site Security Paving & Landscaping Civil/Geotech Report
Site Organization Site organized into a series of 4 parallel terraces on east facing slope Original buildings organized around exterior courtyards with exterior circulation Mixed pedestrian and vehicle circulation
Vehicle Access and Parking 3 principal parking areas Need to determine the optimal number and location of driveways at NE 25 th St
Security Minimize site entry points Organize site circulation to aid in monitoring of visitors
Paving and Landscaping Coordinate landscape design and maintenance plan Ensure safety and accessibility of site paving
Code Compliance Land Use Compliance –Conditional Use Permit –Height Variance Traffic –No additional volumes anticipated Emergency Vehicle
Facility Opportunities & Constraints EXISTING BUILDING ASSESSMENTS Structural Architectural Mechanical Electrical Lighting Low Voltage Assessment Wet Utilities Assessment Dry Utilities Assessment CODE COMPLIANCE Building Code ADA Seismic Design Washington State Energy Code Indoor Air Quality WSSP
Existing Building Assessments Conditions Key to Diagrams Good- Component is functionally and aesthetically sound; remaining lifespan is 20 or more years. Fair- Component exhibits minor functional or aesthetic deficiency; remaining lifespan is 10 years. Poor- Component exhibits significant functional or aesthetic deficiency; remaining lifespan is 5 years. Unsatisfactory- Complete functional deficiency and/or aesthetic deficiency; remaining lifespan is 0 years.
Structural - Gravity Existing buildings generally in good condition with respect to gravity loads
Structural - Lateral Compliance with current codes required when: - threat to life safety - building undergoes significant remodel - new construction
Buildings A-F Casework is uneven- ranges from good to poor condition All restrooms are non-accessible Flat roofs are in fair condition; metal roofs are unsatisfactory
Buildings A-F Substandard ventilation and natural light in classrooms Canopies are in poor condition No sprinkler system Many windows have failed seals.
Main Gym Locker rooms in poor condition Substandard ventilation and natural light throughout classrooms, aerobics room, weight rooms, locker rooms, and offices No sprinkler system
Auxillary Gym Significant problem with roof leaks and consequent ceiling damage. No sprinkler system.
Building H Repair work needed on original exterior wood siding, trim, and canopies Inadequate natural light and ventilation in classrooms Classroom doorways are not ADA accessible No sprinkler system
Building J Building constructed in 1996 Only building on campus that has a complete sprinkler system Some relatively minor, repairable damage to exterior EIFS (stucco like siding)
Building S Wood and metal shops are generally in good condition Inadequate natural light and ventilation in drafting and electronics labs. Curriculum doesnt fit well in original spatial layout for a drafting and electronics labs. Lots of unused space
Building T Theatre constructed in 1986 Overall in good condition Sprinkler system for lobby & stage Condensation build-up at lobby windows No interior circulation for backstage functions.
Heating Upgrade to natural gas system to serve the entire facility and to reduce maintenance costs Replace outdated equipment
Ventilation Provide long term use of the facility and create comfortable conditions that meet current codes and optimize energy efficiency
Fire Protection Systems Provide new sprinkler system for the entire facility
Plumbing Pipes replaced with copper in 1996 Replace existing plumbing fixtures and showers with more water efficient fixtures and heads in Building G Install emergency shower and eyewash stations in Building S
Electrical Provide a new utility service with double-ended substation and generator backup Establish new code and safety compliant electrical rooms Update electrical distribution system to support new mechanical equipment Not enough outlets Electrical panels are out of capacity
Lighting Replace existing light fixtures with new fixtures Provide occupancy sensors and low voltage lighting controls to meet the current requirements of the WA Energy Code
Communication Systems Provide dedicated, secured and environmentally controlled spaces for communications equipment Install a cable tray system with conduit drops to each jack