Presentation on theme: "Facility Needs Assessment and Conceptual Design Pleasant Grove Civic Center."— Presentation transcript:
Facility Needs Assessment and Conceptual Design Pleasant Grove Civic Center
Civic Center Planning to Date 2006 Rural /Urban Design Assistance Team Study and Report * 2007 Pleasant Grove City General Plan * 2008 Downtown 2020 Action Plan * Underway: Downtown Design Standards and Guidelines City Council Planning Retreat, January 2010 * Available online at plgrove.org
The Civic Center Facilities and Functions to Include: City Hall Police Department Fire Department Justice Court Library Arts Center Public use multi-purpose indoor spaces Outdoor public gathering spaces City Park Parking structure and/or underground parking Commercial spaces
The Request for Proposals Deadline: March 17, 2010 at Noon At least 3 firms will be invited to give a presentation Separate RFP process for final design and construction of Civic Center facilities
Project Elements Assessment and recommendations for facility needs, spaces and locations. Size, needs and uses of spaces Arrangement and/or combination of facilities Village or campus-style is preferred layout
Project Elements Demonstration of the architectural design of all Civic Center facilities, following a Turn of the 19th Century design style. Size and scale of buildings Character of an historic village Recommendations and renderings for each facility, and overall Civic Center area.
Turn of the Century Design Theme: Civic Buildings
Turn of the Century Design Theme: Commercial / mixed use spaces
Important Design Considerations Interfacing with and/or utilizing Main Street. Existing City buildings may be removed or replaced. Maximum height is 55 feet, or 4 stories What land acquisitions required by City Possible street closure: 100 South, between Main Street and 100 East, Main Street, between 100 North and Center St.
Important Design Considerations Potential re-alignment of 100 East & Main St. All features presented on a conceptual level All processes and approvals to involve the Downtown Advisory Board, City staff, the Planning Commission, and the City Council Design compatible with the Downtown 2020 Action Plan