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PRESENTED TO:

RFP FOR MASTER PLANNING SERVICES FOR

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AUGUST 7, 2015


August 7, 2015 Stephanie Marcus Sr. Director of Development Aimco 6600 Rockledge Drive, Suite 500 Bethesda, Maryland 20817

Re: Request for Proposal for Master Planning Services Ms. Marcus: Thank you for contacting Dover, Kohl & Partners in regards to the design of a Master Plan for Aimco’s 80-acre Foxchase Apartments site in Alexandria, VA. We are excited to be among those considered to undertake this planning and design effort. As pioneers in Smart Growth planning and charter members of the Congress for New Urbanism, Dover, Kohl & Partners has led the way in envisioning future growth and preservation for neighborhoods, towns, and regions for nearly 30 years. Our experience includes a national and international portfolio of work; the common thread linking all of our projects is our holistic approach to community building. We design complete settlements that include a mix of uses and dwelling types, an interconnected network of walkable streets, quality open spaces, and architecture that reinforces the unique character of the place. We have assembled a team of technical advisors to assist us in providing the services you have requested. Our team includes local experts (Walter L. Phillips, civil engineering; and Wells + Associates, transportation planning) as well as national specialists (Hall Planning & Engineering, street design); we have collaborated with all of our team members on successful previous design efforts. Please consider this as the beginning of a proposal to you. We customize each of our projects to best fit our client’s needs. We revise our proposals after coordinating the correct scope of services that will work within the client’s budget. We look forward to fine-tuning this proposal with you. Thank you again for contacting Dover, Kohl & Partners and we look forward to the opportunity of working with you. Sincerely yours,

DOVER, KOHL & PARTNERS

Victor Dover, FAICP, LEED-AP, CNU-A Principal-in-Charge/Charrette Leader

Amy Groves, AICP, CNU-A Principal/Senior Project Director

vdover@doverkohl.com agroves@doverkohl.com 1571 Sunset Drive, Coral Gables, Florida 33143

Telephone (305) 666-0446

www.doverkohl.com


CONTENTS 1. Firm Profile

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2. Similar Projects

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3. A Multidisciplinary Team

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4. Key Personnel

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5. Schedule & Availability

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6. Work Plan

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7. Initial Concepts

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8. Compensation

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FIRM PROFILE

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FIRM PROFILE Dover, Kohl & Partners was founded in 1987. Our expertise lies in balancing the visionary ‘civic art’ of planning with the practical consensus building needed to make projects succeed. We are trained in the principles of sustainable town planning, and have perfected techniques for documenting and understanding local traditions in building to enhance each community’s sense of place. Our plans and codes focus on smart growth, sustainability, and emphasizing that there does not have to be a trade-off between livability, economic prosperity, and environmental concerns. Victor Dover and Joseph Kohl are charter members of the Congress for the New Urbanism and have worked for many public agencies, developers, and citizen groups to create appropriate methods of land development regulations. Victor Dover served on the LEED for Neighborhood Development Core Committee, and the Congress for the New Urbanism Board; both Joseph and Victor are founding members and on the Board of the Form-Based Codes Institute. The firm has produced and facilitated over 200 charrettes during the last decade. Dover-Kohl currently has a staff of 15, based in Coral Gables, FL. Our experience includes a national and international portfolio of work in a variety of settings. The common thread linking all of our projects is the holistic approach to community building, which includes the formation of complete settlements offering a mix of uses and dwelling types, an interconnected network of walkable streets, and building forms and architecture that reinforce the unique character of the place. We believe that design is the missing element in much of contemporary town planning, and our work centers on re-introducing form and design into master plans, policy and land development regulations. We create accessible strategies for sustainable development, specializing in plans and visualizations that focus on the physical aspects of future growth and conservation. Numerous Dover-Kohl projects have received American Planning Association (APA) Awards, including the Downtown Plan for Richmond, VA, the Downtown Plan and for Montgomery, AL, and the Jamestown Mall Area Plan in St. Louis, MO. The firm has also received Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU) Charter Awards for I’On in Mount Pleasant, SC; City Plan 2025 for Fayetteville, AR; Glenwood Park in Atlanta, GA; and 2

the the Columbia Pike corridor in Arlington County, VA. The EPA awarded Plan El Paso a 2011 National Award for Smart Growth Excellence in Programs, Policies, and Regulations. Dover-Kohl’s work has received the Driehaus Form-Based Codes Award three times since its inception in 2007 for Towns, Villages, Countryside Land Development Regulations in St. Lucie County, Florida; the Compact Communities Code for Lee County, Florida; and the 2012 award for the Bradenton, Florida Form-Based Code. Our work has been published in Progressive Architecture, in Metropolitan Home, in numerous planning journals, and has been featured on National Public Radio, CNN’s Earthwatch, and in Business Week. Dover-Kohl projects have also been profiled in The New Urbanism by Peter Katz, Rural By Design by Randall Arendt, Sustainable Urbanism by Douglas Farr, Retrofitting Suburbia by Ellen Dunham-Jones, Form-Based Codes by Daniel Parolek, as well as Land Use Strategies and Public Participation Tools, both published by the Center for Livable Communities. Victor Dover and John Massengales’s new book, Street Design: The Secret to Great Cities and Towns, is on bookshelves now. Writing the book has helped the Dover-Kohl team reach a new understanding of the possibilities for streets in American cities in modern times. Dover Kohl especially understands how to preserve local distinctiveness and a sense of place while also enhancing usability for all modes of travel – pedestrians, bicyclists, motorists and transit users – and creating great addresses.


As members of the Congress for New Urbanism, Dover, Kohl & Partners views “disinvestment in central cities, the spread of placeless sprawl, increasing separation by race and income, environmental deterioration, loss of agricultural lands and wilderness, and the erosion of society’s built heritage as one interrelated community-building challenge.” To meet this challenge we assist our clients in:

R ein ventin g Corridors

Revitalizing Downtowns & Historic Places

Making existing, in-town neighborhoods more desirable places to live, work or invest is the key to curbing outward sprawl. At the same time, suburbia can be made more livable and complete.

The world’s cities are rediscovering the heart of town. Physical design, organization, management, and promotion are all part of resuming work on the settlements already started and that’s the ultimate in “smart growth.”

Designing New Neighborhoods & Towns Dover, Kohl & Partners designs highly marketable new neighborhoods with places to live, work and shop within walking distance. These new traditional neighborhoods are more functional, efficient, enduring and memorable than routine subdivisions.

P l annin g Cities & Regions Metropolitan regions are the essential economic unit today, while environmental concerns call for stewardship of the even larger bio-region. The best new regional plans bridge the gap between close-up details and the big picture.

Great streets are rarely unintended. Most are the result of intentional design decisions made by visionary people, institutions, or communities. Balancing pedestrian and vehicular needs is essential to creating vibrant places where people and cars can coexist.

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Shaping T ransit Oriented De ve lopment Creating compact, complete communities focused around transit has become a fast growing trend. Rising oil prices and traffic congestion are just two of the reasons driving the movement toward TOD.

Form Based Codes for Municipal & Private Clients Redevelopment opportunities and increasing market pressure to create value in urban areas has helped pave the way for mixed-use urban infill projects. These projects are creating safe and vibrant places where people can work and live.

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SIMILAR PROJECTS

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SIMILAR PROJECTS

Dover, Kohl & Partners is best known for detailed master plans, public design charrettes, and illustrative codes that emphasize complete neighborhoods as the basis for sound communities. Our combined experience, reaching over 28 years, has led to a unique understanding of the potential challenges facing new development and the latest solutions utilized in peer communities. Dover-Kohl’s portfolio includes examples of infill or redevelopment of a single city block, as well as master plans that cover thousands of acres. While each project is different, our experience has been that maintaining quality urban design, using a collaborative multidisciplinary approach, and creating detailed implementation tools are the keys to success. 6

This section contains a summary of relevant experience, including detailed project descriptions, images and photos. Client references who are familiar with the details of each project have been listed; our references can provide insights to our collaborative design process and qualifications, as well as current information regarding construction costs and other project details. Additional information can be found at doverkohl.com.


Dover, Kohl & Partners new Town & Neighborhood Plans include: I'On, Mount Pleasant, SC (1995) Kasaba, Istanbul, Turkey (1996) New Neighborhood in Davidson, NC (1997) The Peninsula, Iowa City, Iowa (1998) Glenwood Park, Atlanta, GA (2001) Central Hercules, Hercules, CA (2001) Hammond's Ferry, North Augusta, SC (2002) Draper Lake, Walton County, FL (2003) South Main, Buena Vista, CO (2004) Pulelehua, Maui, HI (2004) Callery-Judge Grove, West Palm Beach, FL (2004) Hali’imaile, Maui, HI (2005) Hartwood Marsh, Winter Garden, FL (2006) Juniper Point, Flagstaff, AZ (2006) Finca el Portal, Antigua, Guatemala (2006) Hudson Farm, Montgomery, AL (2007) Franklin Mint, Middletown, PA (2008) Long Savannah, Charleston, SC (2008) 5401 North, Raleigh, NC (2008) Mark Center, Alexandria, VA (2010) Avenir, Palm Beach Gardens, FL (2013) Wheeler, Oklahoma City, OK (2014) Smith Lake, Cullman, AL (2014) Antioch College Village, Yellow Springs, OH (2015)

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Mark Center Master Plan Alexandria, VA

PROJECT DETAILS PROJECT DETAILS Project Area: Project Area: Client:

130 acres 130JBG acres The Companies

Client:Designed: Year Year Initiated: Website:

The JBG Companies 2009 2009 markcenterinfo.com

Website: markcenterinfo.com Client Reference: James T. Nozar 240.333.3774 For more information, visit doverkohl.com. jnozar@jbg.com

Neighborhood blocks can include urbane mixeduse / apartment buildings on major streets, with lower-intensity townhouse units on smaller streets.

Each neighborhood includes connections to the greater green / open space network.

The Project

The Mark Center Master Plan is an example of Dover-Kohl’s work in designing sustainable infill/ redevelopment strategies. In collaboration with Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company, Dover-Kohl was hired by The JBG Companies to create a Master Plan for the long-term redevelopment of their properties located in the Mark Center area of Alexandria, Virginia. Bisected by North Beauregard Street, the site contains approximately 2,900 garden-style apartment units dating from the late 1950s and a 63,320 square-foot retail center. The City of Alexandria initiated a Small Area Plan for the Beauregard Street corridor, which includes a large portion of JBG’s properties. The Small Area Plan was largely in response to the selection of Mark Center by the Department of Defense for the BRAC-133 (Washington Headquarters Service) project, which will add more than 6,400 employees to the Mark Center area in September 2011. This influx of new office workers will change the landscape of Alexandria’s West End, and has yielded a significant need to proactively plan for future land uses, development patterns, and transportation services in the area.

The Process

In parallel with the City’s process, The JBG Companies initiated a planning effort to establish a longterm vision for the future of its property that will be a model of Smart Growth and sustainable urban design principles, and that will work with the vision, goals, and principles of the Beauregard Corridor Plan to complement and enhance the greater Mark Center area. In May 2010, a multi-day public design workshop was conducted to investigate design options for the site and gather feedback from the Alexandria community. Plans and illustrations demonstrated how the site could evolve over time to include a mixture of uses (including housing for area workers), a network of streets, and connected open spaces and environmental systems.

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The Town Center will contain the greatest mixture of uses along walkable streetscapes.

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During 2011, Dover-Kohl worked with the JBG team, other area developers and their consultants, the City of Alexandria, the Beauregard Corridor Stakeholders Group (BCSG), and greater Alexandria community in a series of monthly public meetings to explore livable land use and transportations solutions for the Mark Center area. This process informed the Small Area Plan, which was unanimously approved in May 2012. Redevelopment of the JBG site is anticipated to be phased in over a 30-year period, with construction beginning on the first phase no sooner than 2015.


A Vision for JBG’s Mark Center Properties The Mark Center area is poised for a transformation, with planned high-capacity transit improvements as well as a recent BRAC decision to relocate over 6,000 federal employees to new office buildings in the near vicinity. This transformation can include a new, sustainable purpose for the JBG Mark Center properties. Preliminary goals for the future evolution of the site include:

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A continuous greenway is created through the neighborhoods, connecting Dora Kelly Nature Park to the Winkler Preserve.

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Glenwood Park

“Glenwood Park emphasizes the public realm, walkability, mixed-uses, community, diversity, and quality over quantity.” – Green Street Properties

Atlanta, GA

PROJECT DETAILS PROJECT DETAILS Project Area: Project Area: Client:

28 acres 28 acres Green Street Properties

Client: Year Designed: Year Designed: Website:

Green Street Properties 2001 2001 glenwoodpark.com

Website: glenwoodpark.com Client Reference: Katherine Kelly 404.835.8215 Katharine.Kelley@ For more information, visit doverkohl.com. JamestownLP.com

Single family homes define the northern edge of the elliptical Glenwood Park. Second story porches were designed for maximum views.

The Project

Located just two miles east of downtown Atlanta, this 28-acre former industrial site has been transformed into a complete neighborhood featuring a traditional fine-grained mix of housing types, retail stores, office space, civic buildings, and recreational facilities. The neighborhood emphasizes the public realm and walkability with an interconnected network of pedestrian-friendly streets and green spaces. Glenwood Park, the project’s namesake, is a gathering place for the entire neighborhood, containing shade trees, a large play field, and a restored creek segment. The variety of housing types and choices provided at Glenwood Park can accommodate a variety of lifestyle and income groups. The architectural style is inspired by the best of Atlanta’s great historic neighborhoods. The Plan for Glenwood Park was completed in collaboration with Tunnell-Spangler-Walsh & Associates.

Small pedestrian paths create additional connections within the neighborhood where roadways are not possible due to topographical constraints.

The Process

Glenwood Park is the brainchild of Charles Brewer, former president of Mindspring.com, and founder of Green Street Properties. His vision was to create a nationally recognized model of responsible, sustainable development based upon the principles of New Urbanism. Dover, Kohl & Partners led an on-site charrette to formulate the main design concepts. The Master Plan, Development Standards, and Regulating Plan were completed in the months that followed.

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Residents gather at Glenwood Park for the groundbreaking ceremony.

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A groundbreaking ceremony was held in January 2003 for the commercial and residential components of the project. Since the ceremony, substantial parts of the neighborhood have been completed and what was once a bleak industrial landscape has been transformed into one of Atlanta’s most desirable neighborhoods. At complete build-out the neighborhood will include 425 residential units and 155,000 square feet of commercial space. Glenwood Park has received numerous awards for its resourceful land use, preservation of environmental resources, economic success, and innovative design, including the Congress for the New Urbanism Charter Award, 2003 and the Urban Land Institute Development of the Year, 2006.


Designing a new Complete, Connected, Mixed-use Neighborhood Glenwood Park This elliptical park is the project’s namesake and is a gathering place for the entire neighborhood.

Elementary School A new on-site elementary school will help to ease overcrowding in other local schools. The new school is configured as a compact neighborhood-friendly campus, with outdoor play areas surrounded by classroom buildings.

Single-Family Homes Larger single-family lots are found at the periphery of the site, to transition to existing adjacent neighborhoods.

Apartment Buildings Larger apartment and mixed-use buildings front Glenwood Memorial Connector. Street-oriented building design, together with wide sidewalks, onstreet parking, and street trees will tame this busy thoroughfare into a trafficcalmed signature neighborhood street. Townhomes Glenwood Park features a wide variety of housing choices, including affordable attached townhomes.

Mixed-Use Buildings Apartments and offices are located above retail storefronts.

Brasfield Square This square is central to the neighborhood’s shopping area. Brasfield Square is planted with formal rows of trees, and is fronted by multi-story mixeduse buildings.

From Vision to Built Result

As part of the Master Planning effort, the Dover-Kohl team produced visualizations to explain key project ideas. The above aerial rendering envisioned the proposed form and massing for the entire neighborhood, including the variety of building types and public open spaces. Below are a few examples of the new streets and buildings that resulted from this detailed urban design vision.

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5401 North

5401 North integrates a mixture of civic, retail, office, institutional, and residential uses in a cohesive manner, creating a memorable, highly walkable place.

Raleigh, NC

PROJECT DETAILS PROJECT DETAILS Project Area: Project Area: Client:

390 acres 390 acres Properties Commercial

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Realty Trust Properties Commercial Realty 2008 Trust

Year Designed: Year Designed: 2008 Martin Client Reference: Carolyn 225-709-1715 For more information, visit doverkohl.com. cmartin@cprt.com

The Project Large-footprint office buildings are integrated into the fine-grain urban framework through the use of pedestrian-scaled architectural treatments and street-oriented entrances and windows.

5401 North is planned to be a 390 acre, mixed-use settlement located in the fast-growing Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill region of North Carolina. The site is approximately 7.5 miles northeast of Downtown Raleigh. The new settlement at 5401 North will contain a diverse mix of uses, including civic, retail, office, institutional, and residential components. With a high level of non-residential uses, including a grocery store, technical college, movie theater, and more, this project will become a complete Town Center for residents and a true destination for the surrounding area. Assisting in the creation of the plan were Walter Kulash, PE, Robert Sharp, Architect, Chael, Cooper & Associates, Sottile and Sottile, Kimley-Horn and Associates, Tony M. Tate Landscape Architecture, and Withers & Ravenel.

The Process

In November 2008, Dover, Kohl & Partners led an on-site charrette to create a master plan for 5401 North. The team carefully studied the surroundings and analyzed local precedents to inform the design of the new settlement. The team worked with the client, Commercial Properties Realty Trust, throughout the week to ensure that the master plan was aligned with the vision for the site. Within residential areas, public greens are fronted by homes. These civic spaces can provide a place for children to play and may also be designed for stormwater retention purposes.

A mix of uses are planned for all neighborhoods within 5401 North. Above is a view down a residential street; a corner store at the end of the street provides daily conveniences for residents.

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Planning Principles

During the charrette, the client and the design team defined five central planning principles to guide the future development of 5401 North. As the key elements that shaped the plan, these planning principles provide a vision that respects the best of Raleigh’s traditions and establishes standards for the design of the new neighborhoods, homes, civic and commercial buildings, and public spaces. Specifically, these principles require the settlement to be sustainable; complete, compact, and connected; street smart; civic-anchored; and joined to nature. Being sustainable involves using the land efficiently with mixed-use, walkable neighborhood forms. Complete, compact, and connected neighborhoods have a mix of uses and housing options, well-connected to each other and their surroundings. Settlements that are ‘‘street smart’’ contain an interconnected network of well-designed streets that create unique addresses for new homes and businesses. Civic-anchored settlements feature prominently located and graciously designed public buildings. Being joined to nature means incorporating a sequence of green elements throughout the plan, providing connections to natural amenities and softening neighborhood edges.

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On April 6, 2011, the Raleigh City Council approved the plan for 5401 North. Construction of site infrastructure has begun; an initial phase of homes and offices is slated to begin in 2015.


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Main Streets Buildings are mixed-use in nature and feature shopfronts along the sidewalk at the ground level, with office or residential spaces in the upper floors.

Building wall materials shall be combined on each facade only horizontally, with the heavier (Stone, Brick, Concrete with Stucco, etc.) below the lighter (Wood, Siding, etc). The change in material shall preferably occur at the floor or sill level.

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D R A Fbetween T: 01|30|2009 Required for all Main Street buildings: An expression line shall delineate the division the first story and the second story. A cornice shall delineate the tops of facades (see page 4.20). Expression lines shall either be moldings extending a minimum of two inches, or jogs in the surface plane of the building wall greater than two inches.

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The Illustrative Master Plan for 5401 North was created to document the vision established during the design charrette, and can be used to guide future development of the site. After the charrette, the Dover-Kohl team created a set of Development Standards to further detail the intended character of the neighborhoods. The Standards include a Regulating Plan, Building Types and Placement Standards, Architectural Standards, General Standards, Street Standards, and Rainwater Management Standards. The Development Standards will be a key tool for implementation; they preserve flexibility while ensuring that the development in 5401 North is sufficiently predictable and consistent with the intended vision. 13


Wheeler District

Oklahoma City, OK

PROJECT DETAILS Project Area:

180 acres

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2014

Website:

wheelerdistrict.com

Client Reference: Blair D. Humphreys 405.819.0085 blair@humphreysco.com

The Project

The Wheeler District is a new community in the center of Oklahoma City, located along the southern bank of the Oklahoma River less than two miles from the downtown. The 180 acre site was previously the Downtown Airpark and Capital Hill, a predominantly Hispanic neighborhood, is located just south of the site. Wheeler District is in an ideal location to connect Oklahoma City both north and south of the river, as well as east and west to its adjacent neighborhoods. The Wheeler District is a new urban village that will grow over time to become the most walkable, bikable neighborhood in the region that focuses on family and modern pioneers with a range of housing options and building types not available elsewhere in the City. An interactive public charrette was held in July 2014 to gather community input and to lay the groundwork for the urban village. Outreach and marketing efforts were extensive, with the client and consultant team working together to gain momentum in the community for months prior to the main charrette events. Efforts included public events such as a book signing by Victor Dover, a ULI community bike ride, and informal community gatherings. Community turn-out was immense, with over three hundreds participants providing their input. Many of the suggestions provided by the public support the early vision for the site, confirming the need of a walkable, bikable urban destination in Oklahoma City. Dover, Kohl & Partners served as the lead consultant for the planning team. Other team members included Hall Planning & Engineering (multimodal transportation planning), Crabtree & Associates (stormwater management), The Street Plans Collaborative (bicycle planning), TetraTech (civil engineering), and Barta Bailey (marketing) to have a holistic view of the project with the intention of quickly moving forward in implementation.

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Above: View of the Wheeler District waterfront and Ferris Wheel from the Western Avenue bridge. Right: View of the northwest quadrant of Wheeler District looking over 15th Street toward the riverfront.

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A True Mixed-Use Community Within the site, there are three distinct wards with varying characteristics and a variety of uses:

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Wheeler will make walking and biking the primary modes of transportation through an interconnected series of streets, shared spaces (sometimes called woonerfs), alleys and trails that connect through and around Wheeler District.

2. Evolving Gracefully Over Time

The Wheeler District is planned with longevity in mind. The emphasis will be on slowly growing the community so that every time a new phase or project is built it will make the existing community more complete and feel more connected. Growing over time also means that some short term projects may begin quickly creating a foundation to be built upon later.

The Wheeler District will be built around a framework of people-friendly public spaces. Connected neighborhoods contain a network of people friendly streets which evenly distribute the many modes of travel. Green elements and public spaces will provide communal meeting spaces, access to open amenities, long views and maintaining a pedestrian-friendly atmosphere.

5. Energizing the Riverfront

The riverfront will be a premier destination to view and experience the City in a new way. Existing bike trails along the river provide additional pedestrian and bike connections to the larger community. Public spaces along the Riverfront, such as the Ferris Wheel will draw one’s attention towards Wheeler District.

3. Full of Varied, Cool Places to Live 6. Compact, Complete & Connected Wheeler District will provide opportunities to live, work, play and learn within one complete environment. These varying uses will benefit from proximity to one other, each in turn making the others more valuable. Collaborative environments, a diversity of housing types and public meeting spaces are created in communities where people can interact in both organized and informal ways.

Most people will arrive at the Wheeler District from the North along Western Avenue. The centerpiece to the Wheeler District’s riverfront will be a lively urban plaza, that is anchored by a festive Ferris Wheel. Larger buildings face major streets and spaces including the river and Western Avenue.

B 4. People-Friendly Public Spaces

Wheeler District is designed with the intention of becoming a traditional compact neighborhood, distinct from other neighborhoods in Oklahoma City. It will be complete, meaning that within a few minutes walk you can find a lot of life’s basic daily needs. By building a complete, compact and connected neighborhood, close in to the city center, people are given an option besides driving long distances every time they need to do something.

Riverfront

Hangar District

The Hangar District takes advantage of the history of the site, making use of the historic Hangar and terminal building. This District has the potential to be a major community center, with space for an urban farm community garden, a maker’s space village, and an open biergarten for public gatherings.

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Eastern Quadrant

A sequence of framed views in the Eastern portion of the site leads people step-bystep toward the riverfront with a focus on Downtown views. A roundabout at the northern and southern ends of the site along Western Avenue splits the traffic flow to a series of smaller streets that run through the site. The street network within this ward contains numerous slow, narrow streets, sometimes called woonerfs, that have a focus on bikes and pedestrians as the primary users while still allowing access to vehicles.

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South Main

Buena Vista, CO

PROJECT DETAILS PROJECT DETAILS Project Area: Project Client: Area: Client: Year Designed:

38 acres 38 Theacres Town Company, LLC The Town Company LLC 2004 Jed and Katie Selby Website: southmainco.com Year Designed: 2004 Client Reference: Jed Selby Website: southmainco.com 719.395.4714 jedwselby@gmail.com For more information, visit doverkohl.com.

An aerial view looks across the Arkansas River to the South Main neighborhood. The South Main Square in the foreground, serves as a central gathering place in the new neighborhood.

The Project

As competitive kayakers and avid outdoor enthusiasts, the founders of South Main envisioned their property as an environmentally-friendly new neighborhood that would provide public access to both the riverfront and a world-class whitewater park. Dover, Kohl & Partners, with the assistance of Swift and Associates, created the Master Plan for the property, which connects the Town of Buena Vista to the Arkansas River. Neighborhood streets are oriented to create views to the mountains as well as to the riverfront. The South Main Square, which abuts a new riverfront park, is surrounded by mixed-use buildings, and provides a central gathering space for residents and visitors. The plan also features a variety of sustainable elements including a mix of uses and housing types, employing locally-influenced, time-tested architecture. The high sense of spatial enclosure and other traffic-calming measures along this pedestrian-dominant street promote low vehicular speeds, allowing pedestrians to move freely throughout the space.

Process & Principles

During a week-long charrette in September 2004, numerous citizens and stakeholders of Buena Vista helped shape the vision for the property. The founders, along with local residents, town leaders, and the design team worked collaboratively to formulate design concepts. Key principles established during the charrette include: maintaining public access to the river, creating a high-quality riverfront space; establishing visual and physical connections with Main Street and downtown Buena Vista, and creating a walkable environment through a mixture of uses and network of pedestrian connections. To ensure that the vision for South Main was realized, Development Standards were prepared to accompany the plan.

Status The neighborhood’s park system includes a mountain-sensitive palette of native landscaping, reducing the need for irrigation.

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The Master Plan and corresponding Development Standards were approved in 2005. Construction is well underway, and businesses are now established in the growing neighborhood. The river corridor running through the South Main property was donated to the Town of Buena Vista as permanent, public parkland. With the assistance of a state grant, numerous improvements to the river and trail network have been completed. A second grant has provided funding for several recreational climbing boulders throughout the neighborhood.


A Growing Town

Front porches reinforce a strong sense of community and take advantage of cool summer breezes.*

Residents and visitors gather along the river for a kayaking event.

South Main’s architecture is built in the mountain vernacular tradition found in Buena Vista and surrounding towns such as Salida, CO.

The Eddy Line restaurant, located along South Main Street, is a popular nighttime destination and helps invigorate the neighborhood in the evening.*

New climbing boulders provide a great recreational opportunity for residents and visitors*

Corner buildings with chamfered edges and a clock tower form a signature entrance to one of the neighborhood’s most intimate streets.

Vegetable gardens transform a backyard setting, and are a reflection of the community’s pursuit of greater sustainability.

Narrow, pedestrian-dominant, cobble-stoned streets are part of the neighborhood’s rich menu of walkable street types.

The neighborhood’s layout takes advantage of surrounding views and natural amenities.*

A new public park and trail system along the neighborhood’s Arkansas River frontage was built and donated to the town.

Well-designed, well-crafted architecture and distinctive street fixtures are essential to creating a quality sense of place.*

South Main Street frames views of the prominent courthouse cupola in downtown Buena Vista and the Collegiate Peaks beyond. *Photo Credit: Dustin Urban

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I’On

“Dover and Kohl are sleeves-rolled-up, clear-thinking, responsive designers, which is what we needed.”

Mount Pleasant, SC

– Vince Graham

PROJECT DETAILS PROJECT DETAILS Project Area: Project Area: Client:

Client: Year Designed: Year Designed: Website:

250 acres acres Vince250 & Tom Graham

1995 Vince & Tom Graham 1995 ionvillage.com

Website: Client Reference: Vinceionvillage.com Graham 843.971.1662 For more information, visit doverkohl.com. vince@iongroup.com

The houses known as “The Three Sisters” share a repetitive, neoclassical building style and are inserted between the site’s existing live oak trees. The result is a mature and stately street scene.

The Project

I'On, the first new traditional neighborhood to be built amongst the conventional residential subdivisions in Mt. Pleasant, SC, is one of Dover-Kohl’s most celebrated projects. Recognized nationally for its thoughtful planning, this compact neighborhood resuscitates the tradition of building in relationship with the natural environment. The site is situated between quarried lakes and fresh water sloughs that lead to the saltwater marshes of Hobcaw Creek and the Charleston Harbor. In response to this spectacular setting, homes and civic buildings have been built in the classic architectural style of the Lowcountry and are located along canals and footbridges, tidal creeks, lakes and expanses of saltwater marsh. As a traditional and complete neighborhood, I’On is designed to include a range of dwelling sizes, a mix of uses, civic buildings, green spaces, and an interconnected street network. The Plan was designed in partnership with Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company and other consultants, including Glatting Jackson, Seamon Whiteside + Associates, Zimmerman/Volk Associates, and Peter Katz.

A mix of unit types, including townhomes and single family homes, are included within each neighborhood.

The Process

A seven-day charrette was conducted with a fifteen member design team and the developers. Meetings with elected officials, government staff, and neighbors were conducted in the charrette work space. On a study tour prior to the charrette, the design team analyzed the building types and neighborhoods of Savannah, GA, Charleston, SC, and several other historic towns, then adapted their design conventions for the new neighborhood.

Implementation and Status

Canals connecting East and West Lakes provide an intimate setting for residences.

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Initial plans included an urban, diverse village of over 1,200 units, including a mix of uses, multi-family homes, and rented residences, though plans were modified at the Town of Mt. Pleasant’s request to a buildout of 769 single family homes, a village square, and locations for churches and schools. Site work began in 1997 and more than 700 homes have been completed or are under construction. Homes range from 960 to 7,500 square feet, and in price from the mid $400,000s to $2,000,000+. The commercial center of the neighborhood, I’On Square, has been built and the majority of parks and civic buildings, including the prominent Mt. Pleasant Ampitheater, have been completed.


A Sustainable, Award-Winning Community I’On has won numerous awards for its innova-

tive design, including Best Community in the Nation and Best Smart Growth Neighborhood by Professional Builder magazine and the National Association of Home Builders, as well as a Charter Award from the Congress for the New Urbanism in 2003. I'On was also the site of the 7th Annual LIFE Magazine Dream House and was featured in Bob Vila's Home Again. “In I’On, a South Carolina town patterned after historic Charleston, lots selling for $66,000 seven years ago now fetch $318,000, more than double the rate of appreciation for lots in the region.” – SmartMoney, August 2005 “Named in honor of Jacob Bond I’On, former mayor of Sullivan’s Island, president of the South Carolina State Senate, and War of 1812 hero, this community seeks to create a pleasing mix of outdoor spaces connected by pedestrian-friendly streets.”

Community Dock

– Southern Living Favorites, 2004 “It’s the sort of pedestrian-friendly, intimate place that people long thought couldn’t be built today.” Holy Ascension Orthodox Church

Residents gathering for a holiday celebration

– Coastal Living, March-April 2004 “I’On is a ‘neotraditional’ development. It turns its back on standard suburban design, instead trying to recreate the best features of the intown neighborhoods we remember from childhood.”

Outdoor dining in the heart of the neighborhood

One of two Montessori schools in the neighborhood

– South Carolina Coastal Conservation League, Winter 2001 “By encouraging a variety of builders and craftsmen to participate in the development process from the very beginning, the community has acquired a level of visual diversity and a sense of authenticity in an unusually short period of time.”

Lowcountry architecture takes advantage of natural breezes

The Inn at I’On and Jacob’s Kitchen Restaurant

– Great Planned Communities

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“This charrette will probably be looked back upon as a historic event in the “This charrette will probably be looked redevelopment and revitalization of back upon as a historic event in the Columbia Pike.” redevelopment and revitalization of – Pike.” charrette participant (2002) Columbia – charrette participant (2002)

Columbia Pike Columbia Pike Arlington, VA Arlington, VA

PROJECT DETAILS PROJECT Project Area: DETAILS 3.5 mile corridor Client: Project Area: Year Client:Adopted: Year Adopted: Website:

Arlington County 3.5 mile corridor 2003 (Commercial Arlington County Centers) 2012 (Neighborhoods Plan) 2003 (Commercial Centers) columbiapikeva.us 2012 (Neighborhoods Plan)

Website: columbiapikeva.us For more information, visit doverkohl.com. For more information, visit doverkohl.com.

New buildings on Columbia Pike following the Plan and Code

The Project New buildings on Columbia Pike following the Plan and Code In 1998, Arlington County and the community-based Columbia Pike Revitalization Organization (CPRO) The Project embarked on a planning process called the Columbia Pike Initiative to encourage revitalization and Existing conditions in the Central Pike area (2011) Existing conditions in the Central Pike area (2011)

Proposed public improvements include the planned streetcar, generous planting areas for street trees, and a widepublic sidewalk. Proposed improvements include the planned streetcar, generous planting areas for street trees, and a wide sidewalk.

Residential areas along the Pike will differ in character from the mixed-use nodes, with streetoriented buildings a small Residential areasplaced alongbehind the Pike willdooryard. differ in character from the mixed-use nodes, with streetoriented buildings placed behind a small dooryard. 20

In 1998, Arlington County and the community-based Columbia Pike Revitalization Organization (CPRO) build a safer, cleaner, more competitive, and vibrant Columbia Pike community. Initial planning efembarked on a planning process called the Columbia Pike Initiative to encourage revitalization and forts focused on the commercial centers, called the Revitalization District Nodes. During an extensive build a safer, cleaner, more competitive, and vibrant Columbia Pike community. Initial planning efpublic charrette process led by Dover-Kohl in 2002, over 700 citizens, along with local stakeholders forts focused on the commercial centers, called the Revitalization District Nodes. During an extensive and the design team, studied four specific areas along the corridor. The Revitalization District Formpublic charrette process led by Dover-Kohl in 2002, over 700 citizens, along with local stakeholders Based Code is the result of this effort which sets forth the community’s long-range vision to create a and the design team, studied four specific areas along the corridor. The Revitalization District Formcompetitive and vibrant corridor and urban center. The Plan and Code have unlocked development Based Code is the result of this effort which sets forth the community’s long-range vision to create a potential, and public and private reinvestment (including the first mixed-use development projects in competitive and vibrant corridor and urban center. The Plan and Code have unlocked development over 40 years) is helping to transform the Pike. potential, and public and private reinvestment (including the first mixed-use development projects in In June 2011, Dover-Kohl a team ofthe consultants in a second phase of planning to create a commuover 40 years) is helping toledtransform Pike. nity-based master plan for the residential areas surrounding the mixed-use nodes, called the NeighIn June 2011, Dover-Kohl led a team of consultants in a second phase of planning to create a commuborhoods Plan. The purpose of this Plan is to guide future public and private investment decisions nity-based master plan for the residential areas surrounding the mixed-use nodes, called the Neighto implement community goals such as enhancing the quality of life along the corridor, creating a borhoods Plan. The purpose of this Plan is to guide future public and private investment decisions pedestrian and bicycle-friendly community, supporting the planned streetcar investment coming to to implement community goals such as enhancing the quality of life along the corridor, creating a the Pike, and, importantly, sustaining a supply of housing to serve a community with a broad mix of pedestrian and bicycle-friendly community, supporting the planned streetcar investment coming to incomes. A new Form-Based Code was created specifically to implement these Plan goals, which the Pike, and, importantly, sustaining a supply of housing to serve a community with a broad mix of includes standards for walkable urban form and provisions for the creation of new affordbale housing. incomes. A new Form-Based Code was created specifically to implement these Plan goals, which Dover, & Partners led a consultant which included Madden and UrincludesKohl standards for walkable urban formteam and provisions for theFerrell creation of new Associates affordbale housing. banAdvantage (phases 1 and 2); VOA Associates (phase 1); Partners for Economic Solutions and Dover, Kohl & Partners led a consultant team which included Ferrell Madden Associates and UrAECOM (phase 2). banAdvantage (phases 1 and 2); VOA Associates (phase 1); Partners for Economic Solutions and AECOM (phase 2). Status

The Arlington County Board unanimously approved the Columbia Pike Form-Based Code in February Status 2003. At that time, Arlington County was one of the first jurisdictions in the nation to apply a formThe Arlington County Board unanimously approved the Columbia Pike Form-Based Code in February based code to revitalize existing older sectors, and among the largest application of form-based codes 2003. At that time, Arlington County was one of the first jurisdictions in the nation to apply a formin the country. The evolution from suburban strip to street-oriented urbanism with each new infill based code to revitalize existing older sectors, and among the largest application of form-based codes building was chronicled in the publication Retrofitting Suburbia by Ellen Dunham-Jones. in the country. The evolution from suburban strip to street-oriented urbanism with each new infill The Columbia Pike Neighborhoods Area Plan was adopted unanimously the Arlington County Board Retrofitting Suburbia by Ellen by Dunham-Jones. building was chronicled in the publication on July 23, 2012; the accompanying Form-Based Code was approved in November 2013. The ColumThe Columbia Pike Neighborhoods Area Plan was adopted unanimously by the Arlington County Board bia Pike Initiative was awarded the 2014 CNU Charter Award for Best Corridor Plan. on July 23, 2012; the accompanying Form-Based Code was approved in November 2013. The Columbia Pike Initiative was awarded the 2014 CNU Charter Award for Best Corridor Plan.


Visualizing change through charrette planning

Columbia Pike

Above: Plan and rendering depicting the transition from existing single family homes (foreground) to buildings of a greater intensity proposed along the Pike.

An important element of planning for the Pike corridor has been visualizing change through illustrative plans and renderings that apply Plan goals to actual streets, properties, and public spaces. Created as part of the charrette process, community members used these images to evaluate if the goals illustrated were appropriate to achieve their vision and gave quality feedback. This process helped to define priorities, evaluate alternatives, and refine Plan ideas. The Form-Based Codes for both the mixed-use nodes and surrounding residential neighborhoods were informed by these illustrations and give predictability to the built results.

Proposed Improvement

Existing (2002)

Existing Conditions, 2002 in the Town Center study area. A blank white wall faces Columbia Pike, and a parking area is shown beyond.

Charrette Visualization, showing proposed development with glazed surfaces meeting pedestrians on the street and upper floors adding office or residential space, and the planned streetcar line.

Built Results 2011, following the Plan and Code.

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A MULTIDCIPLINARY TEAM

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a multidisciplinary TEAM

A multi-disciplinary team is fundamental to understanding interrelated planning issues and identifying an equally integrated set of solutions. Dover, Kohl & Partners are town planners and urban designers; we routinely team with technical experts such as architects, engineers, and legal counsel to provide comprehensive master planning services for our clients. We typically recommend to use a charrette-based planning process, where all disciplines collaborate with our clients to interactively design the main plan concepts. To assist Aimco with creating a plan for the Foxchase site, Dover, Kohl & Partners has assembled a unique team of dedicated professionals, all of whom have successfully worked with on past projects; introduced on this page, their qualifications are included on the pages that follow. 24

Rick Hall of Hall Planning & Engineering is a registered transportation engineer with extensive experience in planning for new towns, beginning in Seaside, FL. Since then Rick has participated in over 80 charrettes; his first collaboration with Dover-Kohl was in 1999. Rick’s role in this project will be to prescribe street and intersection design details that fit the land use vision. Walter L. Phillips (civil engineering support) and Wells + Associates (transportation planning and analysis) are local resources Dover-Kohl collaborated with to create the Mark Center Plan (Alexandria, VA). Both firms have a wealth of experience in Alexandria and the region. In addition to these team members, we anticipate working closely with Aimco Counsel Walsh Colucci Lubeley & Walsh to determine the necessary steps for project entitlement


WALKABLE STREET DESIGN Hall Planning & Engineering, Inc. is a multimodal transportation planning and engineering firm specializing in multiple practice areas within the transportation profession. Richard A. (Rick) Hall, P.E., CNU, and HPE President, is a registered professional engineer in 19 states. Based on his extensive transportation planning and conceptual design experience, the firm focuses on both Planning and Preliminary Engineering, especially the vital interface between Planning and Design. Multimodal transportation aspects of community plans, subarea/sector plans and corridor studies are key HPE emphasis areas. Expert witness, public participation and charrette tasks are routinely performed by HPE and traffic engineering, site impact studies and private and public growth management related studies are also special skills. Other practice areas of the firm include hurricane evacuation studies and specialty data collection (e.g. origin-destination and trip generation studies). A core planning principle for HPE is to incorporate multimodal planning elements into every project. The firm believes multimodalism begins with walking. Therefore, HPE designs walkable transportation systems that not only serve to move automobiles efficiently but also to safely accommodate pedestrians, bicyclists and transit users. This focus on walkability and land use-based transportation leads HPE to design thoroughfares for individual projects that are multimodal and context sensitive.

Rick Hall built HPE’s engineering practice over the last fifteen years to perform transportation consulting for engineering and planning projects with emphasis on transforming conceptual plans into preliminary engineering designs. The firm, under his direction, performs corridor studies, traffic engineering studies, walkable neighborhood transportation system designs, Level of Service analyses, hurricane evacuation analyses, parking analyses and conceptual roadway design. Mr. Hall has published research on augmenting the functional classification system for defining walkable neighborhood thoroughfares, taught walkable neighborhood transportation design at numerous short courses and conferences, led development of HPE’s Walkability Index (applied at the block face level, the Walkability Index measures the propensity for pedestrian, bike and transit use in urban communities) and has applied walkable principles to urban community street designs in over a dozen states and four countries. HPE staff has worked throughout the nation and has participated in over 80 charrettes and design workshops, yielding new or revitalized, livable communities. The company is located in Tallahassee, Florida.

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MASTER DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR LONG SAVANNAH CHARLESTON, SC IN COLLABORATION WITH DOVER, KOHL & PARTNERS

HPE RESPONSIBILITY: Conceptual Transportation Design and Traffic Analysis CLIENT’S NAME & ADDRESS: Walt Martin Associated Developers 68 1/2 Queen St Charleston, SC 29401 (843) 724-3299

Hall Planning & Engineering, Inc. participated as the transportation subconsultant in a charrette to prepare a master plan for Long Savannah, a new community in Charleston, SC. The design for this private development followed traditional neighborhood design principles. HPE addressed ways transportation systems serving the town could be designed to enhance the walkability of the area. This was done by targeting pedestrian improvements to all the public places including streets and squares. One major goal was to facilitate efficient automobile travel among an excellent pedestrian environment. Street crosssections were developed and approved by the City of Charleston for future implementation. Total

Land Use Single-Family Homes (ITE 210) Apartment (ITE 220) Residential Townhouses (ITE 230) Total Residential Shopping Center – Retail (ITE 820) General Office (ITE 710)

3,480 1,374 1,140 6,000 Units 525,000 175,000 700,000 sf

Total Commercial

HPE also prepared a traffic analysis to address the traffic growth expected by the development of Long Savannah. The traffic study applied elements of walkability and traditional town design to conventional vehicular trip generation techniques to produce a realistic estimate of future traffic. This traffic was then distributed onto the existing external thoroughfare network to ensure there would be no negative impacts on the surrounding infrastructure.

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JUNIPER POINT TND, FLAGSTAFF, AZ MJN ENTERPRISES IN COLLABORATION WITH DOVER, KOHL & PARTNERS HPE RESPONSIBILITY: Provide expertise on thoroughfare design and transportation planning for walkability CLIENT’S NAME & ADDRESS: Michael J. Naifeh 6061 East Grant Suite 121 Tucson AZ 85712 Phone: (520) 321-0000 email: michael@mjn-enterprises.com

HPE provided post-charrette recommendations for thoroughfare design for Juniper Point, a traditional neighborhood design (TND) community south of Flagstaff, AZ. Responsibilities included evaluation of thoroughfare design and assignments, with modifications where necessary. Evaluation included preliminary AutoTurn analysis. HPE also created additional street sections to address bicycle transportation issues. HPE traveled to Flagstaff and conducted two workshops with City staff on walkable street design. Results included the following: • • •

HPE conducted AutoTurn analyses of the plan

Additional thoroughfare sections to address potential access of Lone Tree Road through the site Presentation of thoroughfares and transportation plan to local planning commission Two workshops with local planning and engineering staff to discuss walkability Continuing involvement in the design and planning for Juniper Point

HPE provided additional street sections to support walkability in the town center

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PULELEHUA CHARRETTE MAUI, HI

HPE RESPONSIBILITY: Developed Strategic Transportation and Infrastructure Planning CLIENT’S NAME & ADDRESS: Robert M. McNatt VP, Land Planning & Development Honolua Plantation Land Company, Ltd. Post Office Box 187 Kahului, HI 96733-6687 (808) 669-5625

Hall Planning & Engineering, Inc. participated as a subconsultant with Dover, Kohl & Partners for the Maui Land & Pineapple Company, Ltd. in its efforts to define conceptual, walkable street designs for the new Pulelehua community on West Maui. Street design was an issue, as well as traffic impacts to the surrounding communities. One of the biggest challenges was implementing smart street standards, with narrow pavement widths, smart drainage, etc. which had not been done in Maui (with the exception of the older existing communities). HPE reviewed and evaluated a variety of issues, including street design consistency and adopted public policy, traffic patterns at the airport, proposed transportation and public infrastructure improvements, and adequacy in facilitating other modes of travel in the study area. The primary focus was to develop conceptual street designs compatible with sustainable design and walkability

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DOWNTOWN RICHMOND MASTER PLAN, RICHMOND VA CITY OF RICHMOND IN COLLABORATION WITH DOVER, KOHL & PARTNERS HPE RESPONSIBILITY: Transportation Planning and Street Design in the Downtown Richmond Master Plan Area CLIENT’S NAME & ADDRESS: Rachel O’Dwyer Flynn, Director City of Richmond Community Dev. Dept. 900 E. Broad Street, Room 511 Richmond, VA 23219 Phone: (804) 646-6310 email: rachel.flynn@richmondgov.com

Hall Planning & Engineering, Inc. participated as a subconsultant with Dover, Kohl & Partners, Inc., to create a new Master Plan for downtown Richmond, VA. The plan provided strategies for revitalizing the existing downtown and infilling a mature industrial portion of Richmond. HPE provided transportation planning services, including street design to maximize walkability and transit access in the corridor. HPE participated in a nine day charrette in Richmond, conducting speed studies, measuring street dimensions, analyzing traffic flow and data, and talking with local officials including transit, police, fire, and traffic engineering. HPE also toured the downtown on bicycle to better understand issues facing cyclists as part of the downtown plan. Results included the following:

HPE Developed Walkable Thoroughfare Sections to Retrofit Existing Streets for Multimodal Transportation

Creation of new street sections to guide the redevelopment of the corridor, in keeping with the Dover Kohl land use plan

Recommendations for design and phasing of streets in the new Master Plan to create high levels of walkability

Analysis of one-way pair operations compared with two way street operation for effects on VMT, circulation, and economic development

Plans including bicyclists in the transportation system

Recommendations for transit system operations and integration of potential street car service re-start

Recommendations for parking management

Thoroughfare Assignment Map Tied Walkable Thoroughfares to Specific Locations in the Plan

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Firm Overview: Firm Overview:

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W+A has well-established relationships with local agency staff, state transportation officials, plan-ning boards, locallyelected officials, and the development community. We are thoroughly familiar with local agency review processes and transportation study guidelines.

W+A provides high-quality, dependable, and personalized service to our clients. The principals of the firm have over 150 combined years of experience in the transportation planning and engineering field.

W+A’s project managers, engineers, and field personnel have many years of experience that we col-lectively bring to bear on every assignment. W+A is equipped with the latest computer hardware, software, local standards, and other reference materials. We are thoroughly familiar with the latest and best techniques for solving traffic, parking, transit, pedestrian, and bicycle problems in fulfill-ment of our clients’ requirements

W+A offers services to clients nationwide from offices in Tysons, Leesburg, and Manassas, Virginia, and Silver Spring, Maryland. W+A develops a thorough understanding of our clients’ needs, goals, and objectives, and provides the services required to solve problems and achieve these goals. W+A offers comprehensive transportation planning; pedestrian impact statements; traffic impact studies; travel demand management; travel demand forecasting; highway planning/design; loading management plans, parking policy, needs, feasibility, and design; traffic signal warrant analysis and design; transit service planning; transit terminal planning and design services.

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Potomac Yard, Alexandria and Arlington - W+A

provided traffic forecasts, analyses, and studies for this large scale, mixed-use, 320-acre project located in both the City of Alexandria and Arlington County, Virginia. Transportation master planning studies and localized reports were prepared. The studies included the review of critical roadway links serving the project including Route 1 (Jefferson Davis Highway) and Potomac Avenue corridors as well as forecasts of patronage at a new Metro station; shared parking studies; Transportation Demand Management (TDM) and Parking Management Plans (PMP). Traffic engineering services were also provided to include preparation of traffic signal, pavement marking, and maintenance of traffic (MOT) plans. The MOT plans included provisions for a temporary reverse flow signal plans for use during construction of the new Monroe Avenue Bridge.

Northern Virginia Community College (NVCC) Transportation Master Plans and Parking Demand Studies – W+A prepared transportation master plan

studies for NVCC Annandale, Loudoun, Alexandria and Woodbridge campus’s. The studies were completed to evaluate current and future traffic and parking conditions based on steady growth in student population at each campus. Washington Headquarters Services (WHS) - W+A provided traffic analysis and traffic design services for a 1.7 million square foot building for the relocation of Sixty-four-hundred (6,400) government employees from various Northern Virginia locations to Mark Center as part of the federallymandated Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) process. Planning for the WHS transportation infrastructure included a new transit/visitor center, enhanced bus transit services, a remote inspection facility (RIF), widening of Seminary Road and North Beauregard Street, traffic signal system improvements at four (4) locations, a roundabout, and 3,900 structured parking spaces. Working with the design build team, traffic signal, pavement marking and signing, maintenance of traffic, and security signal system designs were prepared. The security signal system intergraded pop up barriers, gate arms, vehicle heads and overhead lane control equipment through traffic controllers interconnected to the buildings Security Operation Center.

The Exchange - W+A provided localized traffic and shared parking analyses for the Exchange at Potomac Yard, a Town Center project with approximately 900,000 square feet of office space, 105,000 square feet of retail (including a grocery store) space, 624 multi-family residential units, and 170 hotel keys. The shared parking analysis was completed to ensure just enough parking was provided for the project. In addition, the study reviewed case studies that lowered the code required residential and grocery store parking. The parking analysis also reviewed the parking required for office users given the implementation of an aggressive transportation demand management (TDM) program and great transit service, in the end reducing the total number of spaces than required by code. Beauregard Small Area Plan and Rezoning – W+A participated in land use and transportation planning for a stakeholder initiated Small Area Plan (SAP) along the Beauregard Corridor. The SAP includes over 9.0 million square feet of office, retail, hotel and residential uses. As part of the plan, a network of streets for seven newly created urban neighborhoods was developed with early alternative network analyses leading to the creation of an “Ellipse” as an improvement to the heavily traveled Seminary Road and Beauregard Street intersection. The plan also reviewed transit alignments and future stations between the Van Dorn Metro and Columbia Pike. Victory Center - W+A provided traffic forecasts,

analyses, site planning, parking design, and transit, pedestrian, and bicycle facilities review. Victory Center currently consists of over 500,000 square feet of space with build-out consisting of 1.0 million square feet in three buildings served by two structured parking garages.

Cameron Park - W+A provided transportation planning services to redeveloped the project into a mixed-use project that will consist of 37,000 square feet of ground floor retail, two residential buildings consisting of 391 multi-family units and 66 townhouses. The project is located at the southeast quadrant of S. Pickett Street and Edsall Road/ Cameron Station Boulevard in the City of Alexandria, Virginia.

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For us, Principal involvement is an integral part of every successful project we undertake. As innovators in the design of sustainable neighborhoods, towns, cities and regions, our team has the proven experience to leverage our time, resources and expertise to help propel our clients’ vision into sustainble, built realities that can thrive. Founding Principals Victor Dover or Joseph Kohl will serve as the Principal-in-charge and personally direct the design charrette and public meetings. Amy Groves will be the Project Director, serving as a daily client contact and coordinating the work of the consultant team. James Dougherty, Director of Design, will oversee design as well as lead the production of project illustrations. The following pages describe key Dover-Kohl team members likely to be involved; however, additional planners and designers from our studio may also participate in the design charrette and assist with critical deadlines. For additional information about our firm and staff, please refer to doverkohl.com.

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VICTOR DOVER, FAICP, LEED-AP, CNU-A

Founding Principal, Dover, Kohl & Partners

A founding member of the Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU), Victor was cited by Architecture magazine as being among ‘‘the country’s best urban designers.’’ He has personally led more than 140 charrettes. Victor is familiar with the Alexandria community, having personnaly led numerous public meetings as past of the Mark Center planning process. He lectures widely around the United States and internationally on the topics of livable communities and sustainable development.

JOSEPH KOHL, CNU-A Founding Principal, Dover, Kohl & Partners Joe is recognized nationally as an innovator in urban design and graphic communication. A founding member of the Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU), Joe has led the production of master plans and implementation tools for many of Dover-Kohl’s developer clients, including site planning, schematic building design, and form-based development standards.

AMY GROVES, AICP, CNU-A Principal/Senior Project Director, Dover, Kohl & Partners Amy has been with Dover-Kohl since 2002; she guides the studio team’s work to create visionary images and master plans using the principles of smart growth, sustainable planning, and traditional neighborhood design. Amy has participated in over 50 Dover-Kohl charrettes, and has directed recent Dover-Kohl’s efforts in the DCmetro area including the Mark Center Master Plan in Alexandria and the Columbia Pike Corridor Plan in Arlington, VA.

James Dougherty, AICP, CNU-A Principal/ Director of Design, Dover, Kohl & Partners James has been with Dover-Kohl since 1996; he works directly with Joe and Victor to establish the firm’s design philosophy. He has participated in over 140 design charrettes in the United States and abroad, and is a recognized leader in urban design illustration techniques. James is responsible for many of the renderings showcased in Dover-Kohl’s portfolio of similar projects, including Mark Center (Alexandria, VA); 5401 North (Raleigh, NC), and Wheeler (OK).

PAMELA STACY, CNU-A

Town Planner/Designer, Dover, Kohl & Partners

Pam has been a designer on projects of every scale, including the building, block, and neighborhood, drawing on a background in both Planning and Architecture. She joined Dover-Kohl in 2006, and has since contributed to projects throughout the United States and internationally.

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RICK HALL, PE

Jeff Stuchel, PE

Aaron Vinson, PE

Rick is a practicing, registered transportation engineer, and frequent collaborator with Dover-Kohl nationally on planning and new neighborhood design efforts. He is registered in 16 states, and is committed to providing multimodal transportation designs that support the land use vision and neighborhood context.

Jeff is a professional engineer and licensed land surveyor specializing in land development processes and is responsible for directing staff in the development of zoning applications, engineering construction documents, and site plans through technical approval by the applicable jurisdictions.

Aaron is a professional engineer having extensive experience in the land development engineering field, including technical and supervisory experience in land use planning/ feasibility studies, construction cost estimates, construction plan preparation and coordination, permit processing and construction phasing services.

BEN FLOOD, PE

ChRISTOPHER TURnBULL

MICHAEL R. PINKOSKE, JR., PTP

Christopher has over 27 years of transportation experience in traffic, parking, planning, and engineering. He has worked for both public and private sector clients. This experience includes traffic impact studies, parking facility analysis and design; transit planning, capacity analysis, data collection, and design.

Michael has over 14 years of experience in traffic, parking, and transportation planning and engineering. He is a registered Professional Transportation Planner (PTP) and has worked for institutional and private real estate developers.

Walkable Street Design President Hall Planning & Engineering

CIVIL ENGINEERING Project Manager Walter Philips Ben has extensive experience in the land development engineering field, including technical and supervisory experience in land use planning/ feasibility studies, construction cost estimates, construction plan preparation and coordination, permit processing and construction phasing services.

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Civil Engineering President Walter Phillips

Transportation Engineering/ Analysis Vice President Wells + Associates

Civil Engineering Director of Engineering Walter Phillips

Transportation Engineering/ Analysis Sr. Associate III Wells + Associates


Victor B. Dover, FAICP, LEED-AP, CNU-A Founding Principal Victor Dover was among the founders who established Dover, Kohl & Partners in 1987 and serves as Principal-in-charge. Along with his partner Joseph Kohl, Mr. Dover’s practice focuses on the creation and restoration of real neighborhoods as the basis for sound communities. Victor has personally led over 140 charrettes worldwide. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Virginia Tech and a Master of Architecture degree from the Suburb & Town Design Program at the University of Miami. Mr. Dover lectures widely around the United States and internationally on the topics of livable communities and sustainable development. Mr. Dover was cited by Architecture magazine as being among ‘‘the country’s best urban designers and architects.’’ Work by Dover & Kohl has been published in Southern Living, Urban Land, Metropolitan Home, and featured on HGTV, National Public Radio, CNN’s Earthwatch, and in BusinessWeek magazine. Their projects are profiled in a number of planning textbooks, including The New Urbanism by Peter Katz, Community by Design by Kenneth Hall, Sustainable Urbanism by Doug Farr, and Retrofitting Suburbia by Ellen Dunham-Jones and June Williamson. Victor’s and John Massengale’s new book, Street Design: The Secret to Great Cities and Towns is on bookshelves now.

Education

Master of Architecture in Suburb and Town Design UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI Coral Gables, Florida Bachelor of Architecture VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE AND STATE UNIVERSITY Blacksburg, Virginia

Publication Street Design: The Secret to Great Cities and Towns, Victor Dover & John Massengale, 2014

Professional Experience Principal, 1987 to present DOVER, KOHL & PARTNERS Coral Gables, Florida

Exhibition Designer, 1985 NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART Washington, DC

Teaching

Faculty, 2004 - present FORM-BASED CODES INSTITUTE Faculty, 1995, 1997, 2003 MAYORS INSTITUTE ON CITY DESIGN Visiting Professor, 1988-1997 UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI School of Architecture Faculty, 1986 & 1991 FLORIDA GOVERNOR’S SUMMER PROGRAM FOR ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN

Victor Dover is former Chair of the Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU) and was the Founding Chair of the CNU Florida Chapter, the first of its kind. He is a CNU-Accredited Professional. He was a key player in the creation of the Form-Based Codes Institute and the National Charrette Institute, both leading think tanks for sustainable urbanism and community-based planning. Victor is a Fellow of the American Institute of Certified Planners. He served on the core committee setting sustainable urbanism certification standards for the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design for Neighborhood Development rating system (LEED-ND). Victor has successfully completed all portions of the Architectural Registration Exam.

Service

Member, LEED-ND Core Development Committee, 2011 to 2012 Chair, Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU), 2010 to 2012 Vice Chair, Congress for the New Urbanism, 2008 to 2010 Founding Chair, Florida Chapter, Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU Florida), 2004-2006 Charter Member, Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU), 1993 to present Emeritus Board Member and Founding Board Member, National Charrette Institute, 2001 to present Board Director and Co-Founder, Form-Based Codes Institute, 2004 to present Paul Harris Fellow, Rotary International, 1996 Assistant District Governor, Rotary Club of South Miami, 1998-1999 and President, 1996-1997 Co-Chair, Administrative Council, First United Methodist Church of South Miami, 1997-1999 Director, Jubilee Community Development Corp. (Miami District, United Methodist Church), 1994-1996

Selected Lectures

CNU National Conference, 2012 (West Palm Beach), 2011 (Chicago), 2010 (Atlanta) APA National Conference, 2013 (Chicago), 2012 (Los Angeles), 2009 (Minneapolis) CNU Florida Conference, Keynote Speaker, 2014 CNU Transportation Summit/Prowalk Probike, Long Beach, CA 2012 Opening Plenary, CNU 17, 2009, Denver, CO New Partners for Smart Growth Conference, 2011 (Charlotte), 2005 (Miami Beach) Florida Trust for Historic Preservation, 2009, Palm Beach, FL AARP/NAHB Livable Communities Award Ceremony, 2008, Washington, DC National Association of Home Builders, 2008, Orlando, FL, and 2004, Las Vegas, NV Australian Council for New Urbanism (ACNU), 2008 and 2005, Brisbane, Australia Urban Land Institute (ULI), ‘‘Reality Check,’’ 2007, Charleston, South Carolina USGBC Greenbuild international conference and expo, 2006, Denver, CO American Institute of Architects, 2005, Las Vegas, NV The Princes Foundation, 2004, London, England Hawaii Congress of Planning Officials, 2003, Maui, HI Council on European Urbanism (CEU), 2003, Brussels & Bruges, Belgium The Seaside Institute, ‘‘The Florida Tapes,’’ 1998, Seaside, Florida

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Joseph A. Kohl, CNU-Accredited Founding Principal Joseph Kohl was among the founders who established Dover, Kohl & Partners in 1987. Concerned with ever increasing urban sprawl, Joe and Victor began designing sustainable streets, towns, and regions for municipalities and private clients across the country and internationally. Together, they have developed a successful public design process, combining cutting-edge visualization techniques with community participation strategies. Joe is recognized nationally as an innovator in urban design and graphic communication. He pioneered the use of computer imaging simulations for urban design projects, winning several national awards for his work. He is known for his expertise in applying graphic techniques to development ordinances, and he has authored many of the firm’s illustrated land development regulations. Joe is responsible for daily business operations and internal management of the firm. He oversees the firm’s urban design, working hands-on with the Town Planners to refine and constantly improve designs for walkable, sustainable urban places.

Education

Master of Architecture in Suburb and Town Design UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI Coral Gables, Florida Bachelor of Architecture VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE AND STATE UNIVERSITY Blacksburg, Virginia

Joe received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from Virginia Polytechnic Institute, where he also studied at their Washington-Alexandria Center for Architecture. He received his Master of Architecture in Suburb and Town Design from the University of Miami. Joe is a founding member of the Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU), the leading organization promoting walkable, neighborhoodbased development as an alternative to suburban sprawl, and is a CNU-Accredited Professional. Joe is also a founder and board member of the Form-Based Codes Institute, a not-for-profit think tank that focuses on quality control, education, and advancement of form-based codes as an alternative to Euclidean zoning. He serves as the Institute’s treasurer and he frequently instructs courses on the application and implementation of Form-Based Codes. Joe has also taught numerous design and media courses at the University of Miami.

Service

Intern Architect, 1985 WARD/HALL ASSOCIATES Fairfax, Virginia

Vice Chair, Form-based Codes Institute, 2004 to present Treasurer, Form-Based Codes Institute, 2004 to 2012 Instructor, Form-Based Codes Institute courses: FBCI 201 Course, Tampa FL, April 2013 FBCI 201 Course, Providence RI, June 2011 FBCI 201 & 301 Courses, Portland ME, May 2011 Panelist, Urban Land Institute’s Technical Advisory Panel, Coral Springs, FL, May-June 2013 Panelist, FBCI Codes Forum, Chicago IL, April 2013 Trustee Member, Chamber South, 2008 Member, Technical Review Committee, South Miami-Dade Watershed Plan, 2004-2006 Design Expert/ Resource Team Member, Florida Public Officials Design Institute, 2002 Charter Member, Congress for the New Urbanism, 1993 to present Board Member, Urban Environment League, 2003-2004 Professional Design Advisory Board, Fairchild Tropical Garden, 1994-1996

Teaching

Selected Lectures

Professional Experience Principal, 1987 to present DOVER, KOHL & PARTNERS Coral Gables, Florida

Project Director, 1986-1987 Image Transformation Laboratory UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI School of Architecture Coral Gables, Florida

Faculty, 2004 - present FORM-BASED CODES INSTITUTE Visiting Professor, 1986-1991 UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI School of Architecture Faculty, 1986 FLORIDA GOVERNOR’S SUMMER PROGRAM FOR ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN

"Introduction to New Urbanism," Univ. of Miami Law School, November 2013 ‘‘1st Generation Transit-Oriented Developments, What Did We Learn?" Rail~volution Annual Conference, Hollywood CA, October 2012 ‘‘Form-Based Coding: the Tool for Sustainable Community Design,’’ National Trust for Historic Places National Conference, Austin TX, October 2010 ‘‘Form-based Codes,’’ Governor’s Annual Conference on Smart Growth, Atlantic City NJ, 2005 ‘‘Retail Architecture and the Street,’’ Congress for the New Urbanism, Milwaukee, WI, June 1999 ‘‘Making complete neighborhoods,’’ Jax Pride 1999, Jacksonville, Florida, March 1999 ‘‘Infill Development in the Urban Corridor, Miami to West Palm Beach,’’ First South Florida Sustainable Building Conference and Exhibition. 1997

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Amy Groves, AICP, CNU-A Principal, Senior Project Director Amy joined Dover-Kohl in 2002. As a Senior Project Director, she guides the work of the studio team to create visionary images and implementable plans using the principles of smart growth, sustainable planning, and traditional neighborhood design. Amy has participated in over 50 Dover-Kohl charrettes, functioning as both Project Director and Town Planner for downtown master plans, redevelopment plans and form-based codes, as well as new neighborhood and town plans. Amy’s education and professional practice in architecture and urban planning provides the perspective needed to understand complex planning challenges, and the ability to produce workable solutions at the scale of the building, neighborhood, city, and region. Amy received a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Miami, and a Master of Urban and Environmental Planning from the University of Virginia. She is a member of the Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU), is certified by the National Charrette Institute as a charrette planner, and has taught at courses offered by the Form-Based Codes Institute (FBCI).

Selected Projects Education

5401 NorTh MASTEr PlAN, raleigh, North Carolina, 2008 - ongoing 5401 North is a 390-acre mixed-use settlement planned for the raleigh-Durham-Chapel hill ‘‘research Triangle’’ region of North Carolina. This new town will contain a diverse mix of uses, including civic, retail, office, institutional, and residential components. Amy serves as Project Director for this planning effort.

Bachelor of Architecture UNIVErSITy oF MIAMI Coral Gables, Florida

AVENIr, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, 2013 - ongoing A 4,700-acre property embedded amongst single-family communities, Avenir is planned to provide the jobs, shopping, and convenience to reduce regional commute distances. Formerly the Vavrus Cattle ranch, the site is envisioned to be a canal-laced, tree-lined, walkable new community. one of Avenir’s most unique features is a large flow way and preserve designed to improve the degraded site wetlands as well as regional water quality. Amy serves as Project Director for this effort.

Master of Urban and Environmental Planning UNIVErSITy oF VIrGINIA Charlottesville, Virginia

Professional Experience

Town Planner and Senior Project Director, 2002 to present DoVEr, Kohl & PArTNErS Coral Gables, Florida Intern Architect, 2001-2002 BrUCE r. WArDEll ArChITECT, PC Charlottesville, Virginia Project Architect, 1999-2000 MC hArry AND ASSoCIATES Coral Gables, Florida Intern Architect, 1998-1999 roDrIGUEZ ArChITECTS, INC. Coral Gables, Florida

MArK CENTEr MASTEr PlAN, Alexandria, Virginia, 2009 - 2012 Amy served as Project Director for the Mark Center Master Plan, an example of Dover-Kohl’s work in designing sustainable infill/redevelopment strategies. In collaboration with Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company, Dover-Kohl created a Master Plan for the long-term redevelopment of The JBG Companies properties in the Mark Center area of Alexandria, Virginia. A public design workshop was conducted to investigate design options for the site; plans and illustrations demonstrate how the site can evolve over time to include a mixture of uses and a complete network of streets and open spaces. PlANNED MIxED-USE INFIll DISTrICT CoDE, Sarasota County, Florida, 2007 Amy served as Project Director for the creation of the Planned Mixed-Use Infill District, adopted by Sarasota County in August 2007. This Form-Based Code was crafted to promote sustainable, mixeduse infill neighborhoods in the county’s aging commercial corridors. hUDSoN MASTEr PlAN AND DEVEloPMENT STANDArDS, Montgomery, Alabama, 2007 Amy was the Project Director for the Master Plan for the new town of hudson located in Montgomery, Alabama. The plan for hudson embodies the best of sustainable planning and land stewardship practices, providing a compact urban form, light imprint infrastructure, local food production, and engagement with nature. PUlElEhUA MASTEr PlAN AND DEVEloPMENT STANDArDS, Maui, hawaii, 2004 Amy served as Project Director for the Pulelehua Master Plan. Dover-Kohl led a public design charrette to envision the future of these new neighborhoods, originally conceived as a means to provide a mixture of affordable and market rate housing so that people who worked in West Maui could also afford to live there. The resulting Master Plan and Development Standards exhibit a mixture of uses and building typologies, compact settlement form, connected open spaces, authentic hawaiian character, and numerous sustainabilty measures. This project was featured in Sustainable Urbanism by Douglas Farr. SoUTh MAIN MASTEr PlAN AND DEVEloPMENT STANDArDS, Buena Vista, Colorado, 2005 Amy was a Town Planner in this master plan for a 38-acre site that connects the Town of Buena Vista to the Arkansas river. Phase one construction is well underway, and several businesses are now established along the waterfront square in the growing neighborhood.

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James Dougherty, AICP, CNU-A Principal, Director of Design James Dougherty is the Director of Design at Dover, Kohl & Partners. James has dedicated his career to helping communities envision and implement a more walkable, sustainable future. James began working with Dover-Kohl in 1996 and has since participated in over 140 design and form-based coding charrettes in the United States and abroad. James works closely with the firm’s Principals, Project Directors and Urban Designers to establish the design direction of each of the office’s projects. He participates in all aspects of the office’s work, including public involvement, development of master plans, regulating plans and form-based codes. James also specializes in the creation of many of the company’s three-dimensional illustrations, using a blend of hand-drawn and computer techniques. James holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Hampton University and a Master of Architecture degree from the Town & Suburb Design Program at the University of Miami, where he serves as an Adjunct Professor. He is certified by the American Planning Association and the Congress for the New Urbanism. James is an instructor with the Form-Based Codes Institute (FBCI), and has led numerous sessions at FBCI workshops. James has successfully completed all portions of the Architectural Registration Exam.

Education

Master of Architecture Town and Suburb Design Program UNIVERSITy oF MIAMI Coral Gables, Florida Bachelor of Architecture HAMPToN UNIVERSITy Hampton, Virginia

James’ graphics and visualizations illustrating sustainable urban design and form-based code principles have been published in over fifteen books. He co-curated the 2012 exhibit "The Art of the New Urbanism" featuring over 200 visualization artworks by leading practitioners of the New Urbanist movement. James founded and continues to co-lead the Congress for the New Urbanism’s urban design and illustration training series, the CNU Art Room. James was honored to receive the 2012 Congress for the New Urbanism Florida’s "Charles A. Barrett Memorial Award for Continuing Excellence in Architecture And Urban Design". The American Society of Architectural Illustrators has presented James with "Awards of Excellence" in their prestigious Architecture in Perspective (AIP) 24 and 25 international cometitions, and "Top Informal Category Award" in their AIP 29 competition.

Affiliations Professional Experience

Director of Design, 1996 to present DoVER, KoHL & PARTNERS Coral Gables, Florida Intern Architect, 1995 MMM DESIGN GRoUP Norfolk, Virginia Assistant Construction Superindendent, 1991 PRoJECT MANAGEMENT & DESIGN, INC. Virginia Beach, Virginia

Member, American Planning Association, 2005 to present (AICP certification) Member, Congress for the New Urbanism, 2002 to present (CNU-A certification) Member, American Society of Architectural Illustrators, 2008 to present

Lectures ‘‘The Importance of Art and Illustration in the New Urbanism ’’ Lowe Museum, 2011, Miami, FL ‘‘Brief History of American Urbanism,’’ ‘‘Brownfield and Greenfield Projects,’’ and ‘‘Infill and Redevelopment Projects,’’ Form-Based Codes Institute, 2007-2012 ‘‘Designing in Public - New Urbanist Charrettes,’’ Co-keynote speaker with Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, American Institute of Architecture Students, South Quad conference, 2008, Miami, FL

Publications of Illustrations and Writings Teaching

Faculty, 2007 to present FoRM-BASED CoDES INSTITUTE Adjunct Professor, 2006, 2012 to present UNIVERSITy oF MIAMI School of Architecture Coral Gables, Florida

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Sustainable Urbanism and Beyond, Tigran Haas, 2012 Sprawl Repair Manual, Galina Tachieva, 2010 Retrofitting Suburbia, Ellen Dunham-Jones and June Williamson, 2009 Form-Based Codes, Daniel G. Parolek, AIA, 2008 Sustainable Urbanism, Douglas Farr, 2008 Redesigning Cities: Principles, Practice, Implementation, Jonathan Barnett, 2008 The Charrette Handbook, National Charrette Institute, 2006 Getting to Smart Growth II, Smart Growth Network, 2003 Mixed-Use Development Handbook, ULI, 2003 New Urbanism: Comprehensive Report & Best Practices Guide, Robert Steuteville, 2003 Greyfields into Goldfields, Dead Malls Become Living Neighborhoods, CNU, 2002 PlaceMaking: Developing Town Centers, Main Streets & Urban Villages, C. Bohl, 2002 Community by Design, Kenneth B. Hall and Gerald A. Porterfield, 2001 New American Urbanism, John A. Dutton, 2000


Pamela Stacy, CNU-A Project Director / Town Planner Pam Stacy has directed projects at every scale drawing on a background in both Planning and Architecture. Pam focuses on form-based codes, comprehensive plans, master plans, and architectural standards and has experience throughout the United States and internationally. When not directing projects Pam works as lead designer on illustrative plans working closely with the public to help envision more walkable and sustainable futures. Prior to joining Dover-Kohl, Pam worked in architecture offices designing homes and community buildings, and producing construction documents. During this time she gained experience working with municipalities to get projects approved and working with construction managers on-site – both skills that give her a valuable perspective when creating new master plans and form-based codes. Pam received her Bachelor of Architecture and her Master of Architecture in Suburb and Town Design from the University of Miami. She is a certified Charrette planner and is CNU accredited.

Selected Projects Education

Master of Architecture in Suburb and Town Design UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI Coral Gables, Florida Bachelor of Architecture UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI Coral Gables, Florida

Professional Experience Town Planner, 2006 to present DOVER, KOHL & PARTNERS Coral Gables, Florida

Designer I/Job Captain, 2005-2006 FORUM ARCHITECTURE & INTERIOR DESIGN, Altamonte Springs, Florida Senior Designer/Project Manager 2002-2005 CANIN ASSOCIATES, INC. Orlando, Florida GIS Intern, 1999-2000 WALT DISNEY IMAGINEERING, MASTER PLANNING DIVISION Orlando, Florida

Affiliations

Member, Congress for the New Urbanism, 2007 to present Accredited, 2010 Certified Charrette Planner, National Charrette Institute, 2007

Graphics in Publications

LEED-ND Handbook, 2009 Form-Based Codes, Daniel G. Parolek,

AIA, 2008

Sustainable Urbanism, Douglas Farr, 2008 A Legal Guide to Urban and Sustainable Development for Planners, Developers and Architects, Daniel K. Slone, Doris

S. Goldstein, W. Andrew Gowder, 2008

COCOA BEACH GATEWAYS MASTER PLAN, Cocoa Beach, Florida, 2014 Cocoa Beach has remained relatively untouched for several decades, surviving on outside attractors like the Space Shuttle Program. Now the City wants to be "Open for Business" and attract new growth to its commercial areas to attract more vistors and increase its tax base. Pamela led the effort as Project Director to create the Gateways Master Plan. The resulting vision redefines SR 520 as a primier east-west corridor connecting the Banana River to the Ocean with a multiway boulevard. The plan lays out a path to revise fine tune development regulations allowing redevelopment to occur. SEVEN50, THE PROSPERITY PLAN FOR SOUTHEAST FLORIDA, 2012-2014 Seven50 is the plan for the seven counties of Southeast Florida for the next fifty years. The region includes 121 municipalities and over six million people. Plan creation involved over 5,000 people participating in a series of regional summits and local workshops and over one million people via an interactive website. Pamela was a primary corridinator for all public events and was the principal editor of the Seven50 Prosperity Report. Seven50 was funded by the US Office of Sustainable Housing and Communities and was featured on National Public Radio and in The New York Times. EL PASO COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, El Paso, Texas, 2010-2012 Pamela assisted in and managed the production of over 250 square acres in El Paso while working on the Comprehensive Plan for the City. Pamela was the primary writer for the Urban Design Element and head editor for the overall document. Connecting El Paso Plan was a first step in the comprehensive planning initiative and was unanimously approved by the El Paso City Council and was awarded a 2011 National Award for Smart Growth Excellence by the US Environmental Protection Agency. The complete comprehensive plan has been submitted to the City for estimated approval by May 2012. JAMESTOWN MALL AREA PLAN, St. Louis County, Missouri, 2010 Jamestown Mall, located in north St. Louis County is in decline. As project director, Pamela led the team in an effort to find ways to redevelop the mall property in a way that is sustainable and a benefit to the surrounding community. The area plan shows the transformation of the mall parking fields into a diverse walkable, mixed-use village center. WEST FAIRVIEW AVENUE, Montgomery, Alabama, 2010 The plan proposes transforming the avenue, an auto-dependent strip of commercial uses, into a “main street” with pedestrian provisions like sidewalks, street trees, benches, awnings and on-street parking and encouraging a greater variety of street-oriented civic and retail uses. The plan was designed in conformance with the City’s existing form-based code overlay for ease of implementation and included a Transect map for the study area. Pam served as project manager for this effort. THE BLUEPRINT FOR SPRINGHILL AND OVERLAY ZONING ORDINANCE, Mobile, Alabama, 2007 The Blueprint for Spring Hill outlines the necessary steps to create much-needed walkable centers for this gracious district of Mobile. The plan identified three key commercial intersections and demonstrated their evolution over time from auto-oriented strip shopping centers into memorable meeting places. Pam served as project manager for this effort.

Speaking Engagements

Marketing Innovation: Stimulating Public Engagement Through An Integrated Digital PR Platform | Florida APA Conference, September 2013 Public Engagement In The Information Age | FPZA Conference, June 2014

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RICHARD A. HALL, P.E. PRESIDENT

Professional Qualifications

Education M.S. Transportation Engineering Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1971 B.S. Civil Engineering Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1970 Employment Record Hall Planning & Engineering Transportation Consulting Group Barr-Dunlop and Associates Post, Buckley, Schuh & Jernigan Florida Department of Transportation

Areas of Expertise Walkable Community Design Traffic Level of Service Analysis Traffic Operations Analysis Public Involvement / Conceptual Design MPO Planning DRI / Comprehensive Planning Analysis Expert Testimony Professional Activities Institute of Transportation Engineers National Society of Professional Engineers Florida Engineering Society Congress for the New Urbanism Registration: Florida (PE #0021458)

Professional Synopsis Mr. Richard A. Hall is President of Hall Planning and Engineering (HPE). Firm services and expertise include land use and transportation issues for community design charrettes, public involvement projects, traffic engineering studies, conceptual design studies, growth management analysis, development-related transportation studies, MPO issues, parking and circulation studies, preliminary design studies, and other tasks. Rick Hall is a practicing, registered transportation engineer dealing with planning, design and regulatory issues in the transportation field. After earning his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Civil Engineering at Virginia Tech, he worked for the Florida Department of Transportation for eight years. He first served as FDOT’s representative to the Miami Urban Area Transportation Study technical committees. Mr. Hall later worked as the Regional Planning Engineer for the urban studies in the Tampa Bay Region and finally was responsible for training and research in urban transportation modeling. His research work initiated the FDOT urban travel modeling process in wide use today. Since becoming a consultant in 1980, Mr. Hall has worked on a variety of projects including Urban Transportation Plans, Developments of Regional Impact, hurricane evacuation planning, level of service analysis, scenic highway planning and Transportation / Land Use interrelationships. Mr. Hall assisted in the planning of Seaside by performing the Development of Regional Impact traffic element and other parking and traffic analysis. Since then he has participated in over 75 TND charrettes with Dover Kohl & Partners, DPZ and other leading firms performing New Urbanism designs. He is a Knight Community Building Fellow in the initial class of this University of Miami based program. This fellowship produced research in street design for walkable communities with new street classifications serving pedestrian oriented neighborhoods. Mr. Hall is a member of the Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU) and was part of a team that authored a joint ITE-CNU Street Design Manual. He has served as a visiting professor at Florida State University's Department of Urban and Regional Planning where he taught land use and transportation courses and has also served as President of the Florida Section, Institute of Transportation Engineers.

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Jeffrey J. Stuchel, P.E., L.S. President Mr. Stuchel specializes in land development processes and is responsible for directing staff in the development of zoning applications, engineering construction documents and site plans through technical approval by the applicable jurisdictions. Additionally, Mr. Stuchel is responsible for client contact from initial preliminary phases of projects through plan approval, construction coordination, and final as-built and bond release. Mr. Stuchel has worked in the land development industry since 1985. In 2000, Mr. Stuchel became a principal with Walter L. Phillips, Inc. Mr. Stuchel was appointed president of Walter L. Phillips, Inc. in January 2003.

Education: The Pennsylvania State University, Bachelor of Science Degree, Civil Engineering Certifications: Professional Engineer, Virginia, Maryland, Washington DC and North Carolina Certified Land Surveyor, Virginia Designated Plans Examiner, Fairfax County Affiliations: Engineers and Surveyors Institute, Fairfax Committee Member

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Aaron Vinson, P.E. Principal, Director of Engineering Mr. Vinson has extensive experience in the land development engineering and planning fields, including technical and supervisory experience in land use planning and feasibility studies; land use entitlements such as rezonings, special exceptions, special use permits, etc; construction plan preparation and processing through approval; bonding and permit processing; and construction phase services. Mr. Vinson’s responsibilities include supervision of the design of residential, commercial, institutional, and office projects, including mixed-use centers, regional malls, shopping centers, office buildings, banks, restaurants, townhouses and single-family homes. Historic redevelopment and adaptive reuse projects are also a focus. An overarching theme in Aaron’s involvement in projects is his ability to take a project from start to finish. From the beginning of a project through completion of construction, Aaron and his team are involved in detail and provide valuable continuity to a client and their project. Throughout projects, Mr. Vinson is responsible for meeting with municipal officials to expedite plan review and processing, and the coordination of construction plans with other consultants, including contractors, architects, attorneys, and engineers. Mr. Vinson oversees teams which focus on a variety of projects in Alexandria, Fairfax County, Fairfax City, Town of Vienna, Town of Herndon, Loudoun County, Town of Leesburg and others. Mr. Vinson joined Walter L. Phillips, Inc. in 2001 and became a principal in 2011.

Education: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Bachelor of Science Degree, Civil Engineering Certifications: Professional Engineer, Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina Designated Plans Examiner, Fairfax County, Virginia Affiliations: Engineers and Surveyors Institute, Chairman of the Executive Board Northern Virginia Building Industry Association, Member National Association of Industrial & Office Properties, Member

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Ben Flood, P.E. Project Manager Mr. Flood has extensive experience in the land development engineering field, including technical and supervisory experience in land use planning/feasibility studies, construction cost estimates, construction plan preparation and coordination, permit processing and construction phasing services. Mr. Flood’s responsibilities include supervision of the design of residential, commercial, mixed-use, adaptive re-use and office projects, including office buildings, townhouses, city-center developments, single-family homes and master plans. Mr. Flood is also responsible for meeting with municipal officials to expedite plan review and processing, and the coordination of construction plans with other consultants, including contractors, architects, attorneys, and engineers. Mr. Flood joined Walter L. Phillips, Inc in 2007. He has worked as a Project Manager since 2011.

Notable Projects Laurel Hill Adaptive Reuse Phase 1 – Responsibilities included Master Planning of site, project management during the entiltlement and construction document preparation process and construction support services.

Education: University of Virginia, Bachelor of Science Degree, Civil Engineering Certifications: Professional Engineer, Virginia, Affiliations: Del Ray Citizens Association, Land Use Committee Member City of Alexandria Oakville Triangle and Route 1 Corridor Advisory Group, Del Ray Citizens Association Representative

Beauregard Corridor Small Area Plan – Responsibilites included preparation of plan documents and coordination with design consultants, clients and municipal staff during the Small Area Plan, Coordinated Development District Plan and Construction Plan process.

WHS BRAC 133 (Alexandria, VA) – Responsibilities included preparation of construction documents and construction support services.

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Christopher Turnbull VICE PRESIDENT PROFILE Mr. Turnbull has over twenty-seven years of transportation experience in traffic, parking, planning, and engineering. He has worked for both public and private sector clients. This experience includes traffic impact studies, parking facility analysis and design; transit planning, capacity analysis, data collection, and design. EXPERIENCE

TRAFFIC IMPACT STUDIES: Conducted traffic impact studies for large and small residential, commercial, and mixed-use projects in the Washington metropolitan area and nationwide. This includes preparation of transportation studies in support of rezoning, subdivisions, and site plan approvals. Local experience includes Potomac Yard, NVCC – Alexandria Campus, Potomac Yard Town Center, Ramsey House, Beauregard Small Area Plan, Mark Center, WHS, and IDA in the City of Alexandria. National experience includes work completed in Ohio, Colorado, Missouri, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and California. CAPACITY ANALYSES: Conducted capacity analyses of intersections, roundabouts, roadway links, freeway ramps, and weaving sections. Methods include the Highway Capacity Software, Synchro/SimTraffic traffic signal optimization software, SIDRA roundabout analysis package, Vissim and the Critical Lane Volume technique.

TRAFFIC DESIGN: Prepared traffic signal installation and traffic signal modification plans for over 300 locations including signing and striping plans, street lighting and maintenance of traffic plans. Traffic design experience also includes alternative intersection and interchange layouts including roundabout, pedestrian accessibility design, bicycle accommodations, and transit station layouts.

VEHICULAR ACCESS STUDIES: Access studies have been completed that evaluate vehicular, pedestrian and bicycle requirements, internal circulation, and service facility requirements for various developments and application of access management criteria.

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EDUCATION

Associates of Arts, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Montgomery College, Maryland Undergraduate Courses, Mechanical Engineering Technology, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, California University of Berkeley Extension Type 170 Traffic Signal Controllers

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Michael R. Pinkoske Jr., PTP SENIOR ASSOCIATE III PROFILE Mr. Pinkoske has over 14 years of experience in traffic, parking, and transportation planning and engineering. He is a registered Professional Transportation Planner (PTP) and has worked for institutional and private real estate developers. His experience includes form-based code developments, feasibility analyses and site assessments, shared parking and design studies, preparation of Transportation Demand Management and Parking Management plans, multi-modal analyses, and transportation analyses of large-scale mixed-use developments.

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Prepared detailed traffic impact studies for the following City of Alexandria projects:           

Robinson Terminal South Cameron Park Carlyle Plaza Hoffman Town Center Block 1 Hoffman Town Center Block 2 Victory Center 1101 N. Washington Street 530 First Street ARenew Environmental Center Goodwin House Hunting Terrace

Work experience of the above development projects included data collection, field observations, traffic forecasts, trip generation analysis, capacity analyses, traffic signal warrant studies, site design, pro-rata share analyses, report preparation, and public testimony. Many projects also included the preparation of Transportation Demand Management (TDM) plans consistent with City requirements.

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Dover, Kohl & Partners carefully selects the projects with which we are involved; we do this so that we can focus our energy on the right kinds of projects, allowing us the ability to provide the highest level of personal service to our clients. We recommend to use a charrette-based planning approach, working on-site for a week with Aimco, our team members, and potentially community stakeholders to define the key elements of the plan. We typically conduct one charrette per month; currently, our first available openings to conduct a Design Charrette in Alexandria is November 2015 or January 2016. Preliminary Master Plan work products (as decribed in our work plan) typically require 4 - 6 weeks after the charrette for completion. Depening on the date selected for the charrette, the tentative schedule outlined in your RFP may need to be adjusted. We will refine our proposed project approach and schedule in coordination with Aimco; team resources and personnel will be properly dedicated to drive the successful and timely completion of the project.

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The following draft work plan outlines the Dover, Kohl and Partners’ (DKP) team approach to assisting Aimco with schematic design and entitlement support for the 80-acre Foxchase Apartments site.

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This work plan has been divided into three phases. Phase 1 will result in the creation of a Preliminary Master Plan for the future redevelopment of the site. Phase 2 includes additional plan refinement, and participation in meetings with stakeholders, the community, and City of Alexandria as part of the regulatory approvals process. Phase 3 (optional) entails additional, on-going services to assist with project implementation to achieve the established vision for the site. Our preliminary understanding of necessary tasks, background information and resulting work products associated with each of these phases is described in the following pages. The goal is to provide design consultation, drawings, exhibits, and participation in meetings with stakeholders, other consultants and public entities as necessary to develop a Master Plan that will guide the successful redevelopment of the Foxchase Apartments site. We look forward to the opportunity to discuss this work plan and our proposal in detail with Aimco at the appropriate time; please consider this a draft.

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Phase 1 – Schematic Design Phase 1 will result in the creation of a Preliminary Master Plan and illustrations to guide the design and future redevelopment of the Foxchase Apartments site. It will include a two trips to Alexandria for on-site analysis and design by members of the Dover-Kohl team, and has been divided into two sub-phases: Analysis and Design Charrette / Master Plan.

Phase 1A: Analysis 1. Review Relevant Base Information

The Dover-Kohl team will request from Aimco certain information that may be used to analyze the site. Dover-Kohl will rely on the accuracy of this information as the basis for making certain fundamental assumptions about the site. Dover-Kohl agrees to keep all Aimco-provided information confidential and used solely for this Project. Dover-Kohl will request the following base information: a. Scale base information for the site that indicate existing conditions, such as significant features both above and below the ground, environmental constraints, drainage analysis, utility locations, topography, and any other physical limitations of concern. This information should be in digital format (GIS or CAD). b. Aerial photographs that depict the site and its surroundings in plan view, preferably in color, at the largest possible scale. (1 inch = 100 feet or larger) c. Record documents, such as site engineering plans, building plans, road plans, utility design plans, and similar documents. d. Current land development regulations that affect the site, particularly those that constrain zoning, land use, or development envisioned by the project. e. Local zoning approvals and restrictive covenants that may relate to the site. f. Relevant site studies, including previous zoning or land use studies, traffic and parking studies, infrastructure studies, soil reports, environmental

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studies or mitigation plans, and market feasibility studies for the site and its surroundings. (In addition to any studies supplied, W+A will provide current existing peak hour traffic data including pedestrian and bicycle trips at ten key study intersections within the Foxchase community.) g. Other appropriate documentation of the site, such as background on the existing buildings, historical information, and any pro forma, market analysis, demographic information or development program. All base information should be complete and delivered to the Dover-Kohl team at least 2 - 4 weeks prior to the start of the Design Charrette. DoverKohl will examine the base information provided and review any preliminary concerns provided by Aimco. The Dover-Kohl team will assemble the base information into an AutoCAD base map for use during the Design Charrette.

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WORK PLAN 2. Site Visit

A Principal and Project Director from Dover-Kohl will join local members of the consultant team (WLP and W+A) to conduct a 1 – 2 day site visit. The purpose of the visit is to become familiar with the site and its surrounding context, and to meet with Aimco to determine development objectives and the initial vision for the Site. Specific components will include: a. Preliminary Site Analysis. Dover-Kohl team members will tour the Site with representatives from Aimco, examining the existing urban form of the site and surrounding areas. The analysis will include an examination of the existing land use, density, and urban design elements such as the network of streets, blocks and lots, building types, and building form. The Dover-Kohl team will walk and drive the site to better understand the existing conditions of the property. During this time, the team will photograph and take note of important features of the site, such as views and viewsheds, unique environmental conditions, and opportunities for pedestrian and vehicular connectivity. b. Charrette Logistics. Dover-Kohl will meet with Aimco to determine the specific format and schedule of the Design Charrette (see Task 3). c. Interviews and Meetings. The Dover-Kohl team will meet with Aimco to review base information, any studies completed to date (such as market or site conditions, and the anticipated entitlement process) and to discuss project goals and objectives. The meeting will include a review of the Dover-Kohl team’s initial impressions of the Site, and discussion of preliminary plan concepts. During the site visit, Dover-Kohl will also be available to meet with other stakeholders, as deemed necessary by Aimco. Initial interviews, presentations, and meetings may be scheduled to discuss overall project goals and objectives. All meetings will be arranged by Aimco.

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3. Preparation for Design Charrette

Dover, Kohl & Partners will work in close consultation with Aimco to determine the planning process, including the appropriate level of community/ stakeholder involvement. For many of our developer clients, an extensive public process is not necessary. In this case, we recommend partial / selective community involvement, through a “conference room” style charrette format. The design effort would focus solely on client / consultant team interaction. The conference room charrette would allow Aimco to invite and include the necessary parties that they feel would be appropriate. Dover-Kohl will devise a schedule for the Design Charrette in coordination with Aimco, and work together to schedule any necessary stakeholder meetings. Based on our experience, we recommend a work session of at least 5 – 7 days. This timeframe provides opportunities for multiple client/design team feedback loops, which will allow plan concepts to be quickly and efficiently advanced to a sufficient level of detail while on-site. Defining the vision and primary planning concepts collaboratively will facilitate the production of detailed and coordinated work products.

4. Traffic Analysis

W+A will conduct a localized review of traffic conditions, that could also be used for a SAP and rezoning submissions (see details on the following page). The results of the data collection and analyses will be used during the Design Charrette/Preliminary Plan preparation and eventually documented in a technical report suitable for use with later submission requirements to the City of Alexandria.


traffic study A localized traffic study will be conducted by W+A to inform the master planning process. A comprehensive Multimodal Transportation Study is required to file a new Small Area Plan (SAP) and/or amendment to an existing SAP in the City of Alexandria. The City may decide to conduct their own process for a new SAP, including traffic studies. The materials produced as part of this planning process could be expanded, if needed, to serve the SAP/rezoning traffic study requirements (as part of Phase 3 services). Following approval of the master plan/SAP and as site plans are submitted, a localized traffic study will be required with a Development Special Use Permit (DSUP) application. The proposed localized traffic study will include:

Data Collection and Background Data Research 1. Review the existing roadway network and traffic controls, development program, development schedule, as well as any other pertinent background information related to the proposed development.

Traffic Analysis 1. Calculate existing baseline peak hour levels of service at the key intersections.

2. Review the near-by Landmark/Van Dorn SAP, Duke Street/ Eisenhower Avenue High Capacity Corridor (Corridor B) Study, the City’s Transportation Master Plan, and other transportation studies and relevant background information provided by the team.

2. Estimate the number of new AM and PM peak hour trips that would be generated by the project based on: (a) the proposed development program, (b) Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) trip generation rates/equations, (c) internal trip estimates, if any, (d) estimates of pass-by trips for commercial uses, and (e) estimates of the percentage of all trips that will be made by public transportation or some other non-auto mode.

3. Conduct a field review with the DKP team whereby existing uses, access points, adjacent properties, roadway characteristics, bicycle, transit, and pedestrian facilities will be noted.

3. Estimate the net new trips that would be generated by the project as the difference between trips generated by the proposed development and existing traffic counts.

4. Conduct existing weekday AM and PM peak hour vehicular, pedestrian and bicycle counts at ten (10) key study intersections. Traffic counts will be conducted from 6:00 to 9:00 AM and 4:00 to 7:00 PM on a typical weekday when area public schools are in session, during non-holiday weeks. The traffic count data will provide base operating conditions to assess network changes/ additions and opportunities for complete streets implementation.

4. Assign net new site-generated trips to the public and planned street network.

5. Identify existing bus routes and ridership information. 6. Obtain signal timing/phasing plans from the City for critical study area intersections.

5. Add site-generated trips to existing trips providing total future traffic forecasts at the study intersections for build-out traffic conditions. 6. Evaluate total future AM and PM peak hour levels of service at the study intersections using HCM analysis methodologies. Alternative traffic analyses will be provided as master plan activities are being completed during Design Charrette. 7. Identify the anticipated entitlement process with regard to transportation items. 8. Prepare traffic analyses as needed and as a result of changes resulting from stakeholder meetings and presentations (TBD). 59


Phase 1B – Design Charrette & Preliminary Master Plan 4. The Charrette

The Dover-Kohl design team (including a Principal, Project Director, Lead Illustrator, and 4 town planners/ designers from Dover-Kohl; and Rick Hall from HPE) will travel to Alexandria to collaborate with local team members (WLP, W+A) and Aimco representatives in an intensive work session of 7 days to define the basic concept for the design and redevelopment of the Foxchase Apartments site in conformance with the recommendations of the current market study. The following Charrette description identifies the various events which could occur during the 7-day planning process: Day 1: Site Analysis. At the beginning of the Charrette, the entire Dover-Kohl team will perform additional analysis of the site and surrounding areas. The analysis will be performed with both the feasibility of optimized development and the livability needs of the community in mind. In addition to touring the site and its immediate surroundings, the team may also tour local precedent development examples that Aimco deems relevant to future development of the Foxchase Apartments site. Day 1 – 7: Design Studio. Working on-site in or near Alexandria, VA in a temporary design studio arranged by the client, the Dover-Kohl team will concentrate on the design and master plan for the site while gathering input from Aimco and identified stakeholders. During the week the Dover-Kohl team

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will create a draft master plan that illustrates new street connections, open spaces, the proposed mix of uses and building types, and color renderings depicting important design elements. As master plan concepts are explored, members of our multidisciplinary team will study alternatives from each area of expertise, including street/ transportation design details and civil engineering (including stormwater, utilities, tree canopy, grading). Technical meetings will be scheduled for client, design team, and other participants (as invited by Aimco) to discuss specific topics, which may include architectural design, transportation/ infrastructure planning, and the anticipated entitlement process. Additionally, meetings with key stakeholders, potential investors, or City staff may (optionally) be arranged to discuss draft concepts and gather feedback. Day 5: Community Open House (optional). At Aimco’s discretion, key individuals, community stakeholders, and public entities may be invited to participate in the design and review of the plan. A community “Open House” may be held, where members of the community will be invited to stop by the studio and review the work-in-progress, and give their input to the design. Day 7: Work-in-Progress Presentation. At the end of the Charrette week the team and Aimco will meet to review the work generated to date. Plans will be presented illustrating the hypothetical redevelopment of the property. Accompanying renderings and other visuals will illustrate the character of the proposed new development and outline subjects remaining for future discussion.


5. Master Plan Work Products

After the Design Charrette, the Dover-Kohl team refine the following Master Plan work products: a. Illustrative Master Plan (1), the draft concepts begun during the Charrette will be refined to best illustrate both short and long term redevelopment prospects. The Illustrative Master Plan will serve as a tool to illustrate the future redevelopment of the site. The plan will designate development intensity and the appropriate mix of uses, building types, and open spaces based an interconnected network of streets and blocks. The plan will be coordinated with civil concerns, including grading, drainage, utility and stormwater management concepts. It will also reflect inputs from the transportation study. The final product will be an illustrated physical master plan that can guide the development of the property. b. Technical Plan (1), Dover-Kohl will produce a Technical Plan for the Site. The Technical Plan will show property lines, existing and proposed streets, geographic features, and future parcelization; to the extent possible, the drawing will show basic above-ground infrastructure. The Technical Plan will be drawn in AutoCAD suitable for preliminary engineering.

d. Perspective Drawings (5), Dover-Kohl will produce five (5) color visualizations depicting typical streets, squares, parks, specific locations of importance, or other significant design concepts. These illustrations will be produced through a combination of hand-drawn and computergenerated techniques. Additional renderings or views can be produced at additional cost to Aimco, if authorized. The five renderings provided under this agreement will include at least one ground-level pedestrian view (11�x17� or smaller). e. Diagrams. Dover-Kohl will produce diagrams, as needed, illustrating important plan ideas or concepts such as pedestrian and vehicular networks, open space networks, the proposed mix of uses, and building types or street types. f. Preliminary Master Plan Booklet. Dover-Kohl will provide Aimco with a summary booklet containing the plans, illustrations, and diagrams produced during Phase 1. The booklet will be provided to Aimco in both hardcopy and electronic formats (*.PDF).

c. Master Plan Calculations, based on the refined Illustrative Master Plan, to include preliminary calculations of unit types and quantities, nonresidential square footage accommodated in the plan, and rough parking calculations. It is understood that these figures are preliminary and not considered to be a guarantee of any kind.

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WORK PLAN Phase 2 – Entitlement Support & Master Plan Revisions Phase 2 will include additional refinements and modifications to the Preliminary Master Plan created during Phase 1, and participation in Alexandria’s review/approval process, which is anticipated to include a Small Area Plan. The Dover-Kohl team will work in close coordination with Aimco staff and their legal counsel (Walsh Colucci Lubeley & Walsh) to determine the sequence of meetings and necessary exhibits and work products. Our preliminary fee estimate (Section 8) includes a recommended budget to be authorized for meetings and presentations, additional plan revisions, studies and analysis, and new work products completed during Phase 2. We propose to invoice for Phase 2 services based on actual hours worked and/or tasks completed; Dover-Kohl will get signed approval from Aimco before exceeding the estimated fee. Potential tasks are anticipated to include:

1. Meetings and Presentations

This task will include participation in meetings and hearings associated with Alexandria’s review/approval process (to include presentations by Dover-Kohl representatives of the plan concepts and ideas for the Foxchase Apartments site). It is anticipated that this process will include public / community meetings as well as City staff meetings over a timeframe of at least 24 months. Our fee estimate provides for presentation preparation/ attendance at up to 15 public or City staff meetings by a Dover-Kohl Founding Principal, and presentation preparation/ attendance at up to 20 meetings (10 public meetings, and 10 staff meetings) by the DoverKohl Senior Project Director. Representatives from local team members (WLP and W+A) have also budgeted to attend up to 20 meetings (10 public meetings, and 10 staff meetings) each. Additional meetings can be accommodated on an hourly basis.

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2. Revisions to Preliminary Master Plan, New Exhibits

It is anticipated that additional revisions and refinements to the Preliminary Master Plan documents, or additional work products (such as new perspective drawings or plan diagrams in support of the Small Area Plan) may be necessary for meetings and presentations during the Alexandria review/approval process. Plan revisions and new design exhibits can be produced on an hourly basis, as needed; the preliminary budget reflects an estimated not-toexceed fee based on past similar projects.

3. New Studies or Analysis

Additional studies may be needed to support the master plan and submittal materials, which may include site drainage exhibits, grading and accessibility, existing tree canopy, environmental constraints (floodplain, RPA, etc), transit network diagrams, open space and recreation facilities, potential transportation improvements, adjacent property impacts, and utilities/ infrastructure analysis. New studies and technical analysis shall be produced on an hourly basis, as needed; the preliminary budget reflects an estimated not-to-exceed fee based on past similar projects.

4. CDD Concept Plan

As the Small Area Plan moves close to approval, our team can prepare a Coordinated Development District (CDD) Concept Plan and process the plan through public hearing approval concurrently with Small Area Plan approval. The CDD plan will show the layout, mix of uses, and intensities recommended with the Small Area Plan, and create the zoning district necessary to implement the Small Area Plan.


Phase 3 – Additional Services (optional) Phase 3 entails additional, on-going services to assist with project implementation to achieve the established vision for the site.

1. Development Standards

Dover-Kohl can optionally produce Development Standards to guide the work of future builders and design consultants in implementation of master plan ideas, which will include a regulating plan, basic building requirements, street standards, and architectural standards. Portions of the standards could be utilized as Design Guidelines in the regulatory approvals process. The description of the provided items is below: a. A Regulating Plan will prescribe the distribution of building types, street types, and public space in accordance with the Master Plan. This drawing will reference design criteria specified elsewhere in the Development Standards.

a. Attend additional meetings to seek regulatory approval of the Project. b Assist Aimco, and its professional advisors as appropriate, with preparing required development documents. c. Provide additional surveying and engineering services that may be required or requested, including a boundary and topographic survey of all or a portion of the property, ALTA survey of the property, existing vegetation survey, detailed utility design, detailed stormwater management design, preparation of plans for submission to City of Alexandria beyond a Small Area Plan and CDD Concept Plan, detailed road and infrastructure design, and related services. d. Assist with design implementation by: • Reviewing construction drawings for conformance with Master Plan concepts.

b. Basic Standards will illustrate and describe the required relationships between buildings and public spaces, incorporating such characteristics as buildto lines, setbacks, building heights, building massing, ancillary elements, and location of parking.

• Advising Aimco on the hiring of architects, designers, and other necessary consultants. Review for consistency with the Plan any design proposals submitted by architects, landscape architects, engineers, and designers.

c. Street Sections will illustrate by street type the physical conditions for each street shown in the Regulating Plan, such as right-of-way, vehicular lanes, sidewalks, street trees, bike facilities, and onstreet parking.

• Visiting the site, advising Aimco on the implementation of Regulating Plan details, and whether the quality of work is proceeding in accordance with the Development Standards.

d. Architectural Standards will specify by categories the architectural elements, configurations, and materials for use in the construction of buildings. This work will be based upon study of architectural precedents and traditions in the region.

2. On-going Assistance

Dover-Kohl will assist Aimco with implementing the project. Dover-Kohl shall provide these services on an as-needed, hourly basis, when requested. If requested, example activities can include having Dover-Kohl:

e. Periodically review and refine the Development Standards to reflect changing site and market conditions, as well as changes required by government regulation. f. Be available to assist Aimco’s legal counsel with preparing owners’ association documents that may be required. g. Assist Aimco with designing a promotional brochure or website; be available to assist with marketing by periodically participating in lectures, interviews, publications and the like.

SCHEDULE Phase 1 – Schematic Design

At the beginning of the planning process Dover-Kohl will establish a schedule in close consultation with Aimco. Base information should be provided to DoverKohl 2 - 4 weeks prior to the Design Charrette, to allow adequate time for review and analysis. Dover-Kohl will work with Aimco to find a suitable date for the 7-day Design Charrette based on Dover-Kohl and Aimco schedules. Phase 1 work products completed after the Charrette typically require 4 to 6 weeks for completion.

Phase 2 - Entitlement Support & Master Plan Revisions

It is anticipated that the Small Area Plan review/ approval process will require at least 24 months for completion. The Dover-Kohl team will assist in meetings, presentations, and work product revision throughout this process.

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INITIAL CONCEPTS Site Analysis: Scale Comparisons

The Foxchase Apartments site with aerial photographs of historic cities and well-known regional locations, at the same scale. Scale comparisons are a revealing way to understand site potential and what will "fit". We often do this type of analysis as part of the first phase of a master plan. Seeing the size of a Savannah square, or the extent of a mixed-use destination compared to the scale of the overall property demonstrates the site’s potential. These images are helpful and informative to us as designers; they are also revealing to stakeholders and community members who may have preconceived ideas about what they would like to see on the site – who then realize the possibilities are greater! Existing Conditions - Foxchase Apartments Site

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Above: View from above Duke Street, exploring the potential for a new linear green space that fronts new restaurants and residences on the Foxchase Site.

Site Analysis: Preliminary Sketches As part of our planning process, we typically illustrate many options, in both plan and elevation, to be able to identify the desired scale, character, and layout that will be most successful for the proposed development and surrounding community. Using the preliminary data provided with the RFP and some initial observations about the site and surrounding conditions, we have started to explore ideas. We are certain there are elements of these initial sketches that are not correct – that will need to be updated with input from Aimco and others. We have included these sketches here simply as a demonstration of initial design approaches and illustration techniques applied to the site, which we anticipate will be discarded and a fresh start taken at the onset of the planning and design process. 68

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Above: View from Duke Street, exploring the potential for varying heights and architectural styles.

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fee schedule Every project is customized in close consultation with our clients. We recognize the need to maintain a reasonable budget while at the same time creating a useful and well thought out Master Plan. The budget summary below identifies the fees likely to be required for each major phase, based on similar previous efforts by our team members and the preliminary work plan. We have assembled a multidisciplinary team of experts, each with unique skills and knowledge to offer. As we refine the scope of services in collaboration with Aimco, we will closely define each team member’s role to best utilize our combined resources to meet your needs and budget, and refine the below fee range jointly with you.

Phase 1A | Analysis

$52,600

REVIEW INFORMATION, assemble base map | SITE VISIT, Urban Design & civil analysis | PREPARATION FOR CHARRETTE | Traffic analysis

Phase 1B | Design charrette & Master Plan

$200,300

ON-SITE DESIGN STUDIO (DAY 1 – 7) | OPEN HOUSE (OPTIONAL) | present WORK-IN-PROGRESS (DAY 7) | Master Plan work products

TOTAL ESTIMATED FEE, Phase 1 Phase 2 | Entitlement Support & Master Plan Revisions

$252,900 $263,000*

Meetings & Presentations | Revisions to Preliminary Master Plan | New Studies, Analysis & Exhibits *Phase 2 fees shall be invoiced hourly, as needed, as the details and requirements of the entitlement process become better defined. The fee estimated is a recommended budget based on previous similar projects.

Phase 3 | additional services

tbd, hourly, as needed

development standards |ongoing assistance

Payment

Payment shall be in accordance with the following schedule: a. Client shall pay a 25% non-refundable deposit of Phase 1 ($63,225) upon execution and delivery of a fully executed contract. b. The remaining balance of Phase 1 fees shall be apportioned into monthly payments corresponding to invoices specifying the percentage of work completed. c. Fees associated with Phases 2 and 3 shall be invoiced on an hourly basis, based on actual hours of work completed.

Reimbursable Expenses

The above fee estimate does not include reimbursable expenses. We estimate reimbursable expenses to be between 8% to 12% of the total project fee. Typical reimbursable expenses include travel (including transportation, food, and lodging), reproduction expenses, mailing, and commercial rentals (as required). Expenses will be itemized and billed at-cost; Dover, Kohl & Partners does not include any extra fees or mark-up for reimbursable expenses.

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hourly rates Hourly Rates

Dover, Kohl & Partners Victor Dover, Founding Principal

$375

Joseph Kohl, Founding Principal

$300

James Dougherty, Director of Design

$185

Amy Groves, Senior Project Director

$185

Staff Planners & Designers

$90

Clerical Staff

$45

Note: travel time is billed at 50% of the rates shown.

Dover, Kohl & Partners typically provides consulting services for a fixed fee based on contract specifications and budget recommendations. Overall fees are based on hourly rates, which include direct costs, overhead, and labor. When requested to provide consulting services at an hourly rate, such rates are determined according to the schedule at left. The rates for specific staff members identified in our qualifications, as well as potential support staff are provided.

Hall Planning & Engineering Rick Hall, Principal

$240

Administrative

$90

Walter L. Phillips Jeff Stuchel, Principal

$210

Aaron Vinson, Director of Engineering

$180

Ben Flood, Senior Project Manager

$150

Senior Survey Manager

$150

Project Engineer/Planner

$140

Landscape Architect/Certified Arborist

$140

Survey Supervisor

$130

Computer Design

$120

Survey Crew

$170

Clerical Services

$65

Wells + Associates Chris Turnbull, Principal Associate

$230

Mike Pinoske, Senior Associate

$155

Associate

$95

Technician / Designer

$95

Administrative

$75

Counters

Additional Meetings

If additional meetings in Alexandria beyond the 20 budgeted in the Phase 2 fee estimate are needed, the following rates apply; the estimates assume an average of 3 meeting hours, plus travel hours billed at half cost. Reimbursable expenses for travel will be in addition to these fees: Dover, Kohl & Partners Principal Victor Dover: $2,250/mtg Senior Project Director: $1,110/mtg Hall Planning & Engineering Principal Rick Hall: $1,440/mtg Walter L. Phillips Director: $540/mtg Project Manager: $450/mtg Wells + Associates Principal Associate: $690/mtg

$ 25 – 40

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