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JOHN ZEICHNER PORTFOLIO


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CURRENT STATUS • Trailers still out of compliance. Must find space for operations while preparing for expansion which will absorb current usage • Shed has been Demolished @1040 29th providing 19 stalls plus 1 loading and unloading. Currently 4 stalls and the ADA loading and unloading are dedicated to 2830 Central as part of the requirement for adding the new entry. This must be solved in order to terminate all affidavits tying East side of Central to West side.

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To be demolished in future Existing structure to remain Parking

2830 Central

2901 Central

1040 29th


APCH EXPANSION FEASIBILITY STUDY LOS ANGELES, CA. ROLE: ANALYST, CITY LEASON, CREATION OF FEASIBILITY STUDY AND PRESENTATION

Current properties owned by APCH Potential properties to purchase 4


OPTION 1 ($5 MILLION) • Remove trailers to recapture parking - relocate current occupants to new/temp space. Build 18,000 sqft 2 story addition on peers with surface level parking underneath. • 1 story annex to house new offices, theater, and classrooms at 2901 Central. Approximately 10,000sqft of new space. • Pros: • Doesn’t disturb current ops. • Shorter construction period. • Cons: • Safety issue crossing street. • Division impact on culture. • Duplicative efforts, i.e. more restrooms, security., etc.

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New structure/area Existing structure to remain Parking

2812- 2820 Central 2830 Central

2901 Central

1040 29th


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THEATER CONFIGURATION

CLASSROOM CONFIGURATION 7


CLASSROOM CONFIGURATION

THEATER CONFIGURATION

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OPTION 2 ($10 MILLION) • Build 3 stories, 30,000 sq ft + on stilts with parking underneath on 2812-2820. • Create theater and parking at 2901. • Pros: • Same side of street. • Built to suit. • More square footage. • Less duplicative efforts. • No separation of energy/culture. • Cons: • Disruptive to current operations.

New structure

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Existing structure to remain Parking

2812- 2820 Central 2830 Central

2901 Central

1040 29th


OPTION 3 ($8 MILLION) 2812- 2820 Central

2830 Central

2901 Central

1040 29th

• Same as option 1, but add second story on 2901 creating 10,000 square feet for more programs and office space. • provide additional parking • Pros: • Doesn’t disturb current ops. • Shorter construction period. • Cons: • Safety issue crossing street. • Division impact on culture. • Duplicative efforts, i.e. more restrooms, security., etc. New structure Existing structure to remain Parking

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NEW RESTROOMS AND SECURITY OFFICE

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DESIGN/BUILD PROJECTS:

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SMITH HOME NORTHFIELD VT. PROJECT DESIGNER/BUILDER

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FFF INTERNSHIP: BURLINGTON, VT.

PROCTOR HALL RENOVATION, MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE ROLE: DRAFTSMAN

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FFF INTERNSHIP: BURLINGTON, VT.

RIGHT: BURNHAM FIELD HOUSE, DARTMOUTH COLLEGE LEFT: HILTON EXISTING CONDITIONS ROLE: DRAFTSMAN

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