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ONH HILL CENTER Schematic Design Report RECEPTION/ WAITING AREA ROOM NAME Reception/ Waiting DESIGN CRITERIA Reception/ Waiting Area functions: • Seniors/ Adults/ Teens/ Children - drop off/ pick up zone • Receptionist Staff WALL CONSTRUCTION

ROOF CONSTRUCTION

• • •

Umbrella stand Workstation Reception – ADA design

CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM SELECTIONS LEED POINTS FFE TYP.• Low or no VOC content • Water based finishes • Wood certified from sustainably managed forests • Total life cycle cost – maintenance, durability, embodied energy • High recycled content or can be recycled, reused, salvaged later • Made of naturally renewable resources or biodegradable

DOORS MECHANICAL SYSTEMS (INCLUDING PLUMBING) WINDOWS/DAYLIGHT Window shades• 15% visibility cutting glare esp. south/east/ west ELECTRICAL LIGHTING Ambient lighting

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS SITE WORK

MECHANICAL

SPECIAL NEEDS

FLOORING

BASE

WALLS NORTH SOUTH EAST WEST EQUIPMENT Sound System/ General & urgent announcements MILLWORK

FURNITURE Lounge InventoryPermanent • Chairs • Coffee tables • Reception desk

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ONH HILL CENTER Schematic Design Report CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM SELECTIONS

ONH CENTER OFFICES ROOM NAME DESIGN CRITERIA Office functions: • ONH Center staff

LEED POINTS

Office

WALL CONSTRUCTION

MECHANICAL SYSTEMS (INCLUDING PLUMBING) ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS SITE WORK

ROOF CONSTRUCTION

DOORS

WINDOWS/DAYLIGHT Window shades• 15% visibility cutting glare esp. south/east/ west ELECTRICAL LIGHTING Task lighting MECHANICAL

SPECIAL NEEDS

FLOORING

BASE

WALLS NORTH SOUTH EAST WEST EQUIPMENT

MILLWORK

FURNITURE • Work-Stations or Case Goods • Task Chairs • Huddle space w/ round or pull out table for quick mtgs. • Filling L/V

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ONH HILL CENTER Schematic Design Report COMPUTER LAB ROOM NAME Computer Lab DESIGN CRITERIA Lab functions: • Open lab • Classes – Comp. literacy/ After school prog./ Quick books/ Microsoft/ Graphics/ Adobe WALL CONSTRUCTION

• Work-Stations • Task Chairs • Instructors desk CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM SELECTIONS LEED POINTS MECHANICAL SYSTEMS (INCLUDING PLUMBING) ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS SITE WORK

ROOF CONSTRUCTION

DOORS

WINDOWS/DAYLIGHT Window shades• Black out • 15% visibility cutting glare esp. south/east/ west ELECTRICAL LIGHTING Task lighting MECHANICAL

SPECIAL NEEDS

FLOORING

BASE

WALLS NORTH SOUTH EAST WEST EQUIPMENT • • •

Portable AV equipment – Sound/ Projector for class instructions Desktop Computers Place to plug personal lap tops

MILLWORK

FURNITURE

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ONH HILL CENTER Schematic Design Report ART STUDIO ROOM NAME Medium Art Room DESIGN CRITERIA Art Studio mission to make the arts accessible – intellectually, emotionally, and physically – to the community; functions • Life drawing • Acrylics/ watercolors • Trompe L’oeil WALL CONSTRUCTION

ROOF CONSTRUCTION

Stackable Classroom Inventory • Some Tables – rectilinear/ square for max. use of limited space • Some Chairs • Platform for Model Non stackable: • Adjustable Stools • Some Studio Easels /Field Easels/ Children’s Easels/ Bench Easels CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM SELECTIONS LEED POINTS MECHANICAL SYSTEMS (INCLUDING PLUMBING) ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS SITE WORK

DOORS

WINDOWS/DAYLIGHT Window shades• Black out -AV • 15% visibility cutting glare esp. south/east/ west ELECTRICAL LIGHTING Task oriented lighting Lighting for viewing Artwork MECHANICAL

SPECIAL NEEDS

FLOORING

BASE

WALLS NORTH SOUTH EAST WEST EQUIPMENT Portable AV equipment – Sound/ Projector – all rooms MILLWORK Wall-talkers Tack-able FURNITURE

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ONH HILL CENTER Schematic Design Report S/M/L CLASSROOMS ROOM NAME Classrooms DESIGN CRITERIA Classroom functions: • Language class – Spanish, ESL, French • Writer’s group/ tutoring/ Home sch. Playwriting • Knitting/ Beading/ Sewing/ Jewlery making • Toddler Music/

Stackable Classroom Inventory • Tables – rectilinear/ square for max. use of limited space (pd) / circular for craft like workshops e.g. knitting • Chairs – hard surface CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM SELECTIONS LEED POINTS MECHANICAL SYSTEMS (INCLUDING PLUMBING)

WALL CONSTRUCTION

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS Laptop station outlets/ Sewing equipment

ROOF CONSTRUCTION

SITE WORK

DOORS

WINDOWS/DAYLIGHT Window shades• Black out -AV • 15% visibility cutting glare esp. south/east/ west ELECTRICAL LIGHTING Task oriented lighting Dimmable lighting at least in one classroom to change its function MECHANICAL

SPECIAL NEEDS

FLOORING

BASE

WALLS NORTH SOUTH EAST WEST EQUIPMENT Portable AV equipment – Sound/ Projector – all rooms MILLWORK Wall-talkers Tack-able/ Magnetic surfaces FURNITURE

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ONH HILL CENTER Schematic Design Report PUBLIC CORRIDORS ROOM NAME Corridors 0/1/2/3 DESIGN CRITERIA Corridor functions: • Exhibit space – Art/ photos/ community proposals • Bar/ Buffets area for adjacent large functions • Small informal mtg. spaces

• Tables – rectilinear/ square Permanent – • Benches – 1st floor • Waiting room seating – 3rd floor CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM SELECTIONS LEED POINTS MECHANICAL SYSTEMS (INCLUDING PLUMBING)

WALL CONSTRUCTION

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

ROOF CONSTRUCTION

SITE WORK

DOORS

WINDOWS/DAYLIGHT Window shades• 15% visibility cutting glare esp. south/east/ west ELECTRICAL LIGHTING Ambient lighting Lighting for viewing Artwork MECHANICAL

SPECIAL NEEDS

FLOORING

BASE

WALLS NORTH SOUTH EAST WEST EQUIPMENT Sound System/ General & urgent announcements MILLWORK

FURNITURE Stackable Lounge Inventory• Mobile Bar • Mobile Servery for Food

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ONH HILL CENTER Schematic Design Report S/M/L/XL HALLS ROOM NAME Small/Medium/Large Hall DESIGN CRITERIA Multipurpose use of space with the advantage of having various sizes according to the need and function: • ANC Zoning Committee-Meetings/ City Councils/ CHRS • National Academies Lectures/ Readings/ Plays • Classic Film Series • Day Retreats/ workshops – DC consortium of Child Welfare Advocates; Real Estate Broker’s Training course • Birthday Luncheon’s Dinners/ Bridge club v Yoga –children & adults (MATS 68X24)/ Dance Studio/ Music/ Plays v Imagination Playground in a Box

Portable AV equipment – Sound/ Projector – all rooms – Q/A for Client Reference – Human Dimension book pg194 for location. MILLWORK

FURNITURE Stackable• Tables – rectilinear-professional development workshops (pd) / circular-social functions (sf) • Chairs – hard surface pd/ cushioned sf • Podium – for speakers pd • Demountable stage CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM SELECTIONS LEED POINTS MECHANICAL SYSTEMS (INCLUDING PLUMBING)

WALL CONSTRUCTION ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS ROOF CONSTRUCTION

SITE WORK

DOORS

WINDOWS/DAYLIGHT Window shades• Black out - AV • 15% visibility cutting glare esp. south/east/ west ELECTRICAL LIGHTING Task oriented lighting Dimmable lighting MECHANICAL

SPECIAL NEEDS • Mirrors for dance studio • Portable hand bars for ballet FLOORING

BASE

WALLS NORTH SOUTH EAST WEST EQUIPMENT

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ONH HILL CENTER Schematic Design Report ACTIVITY AREAS ROOM NAME Activity Area DESIGN CRITERIA Activity Area functions: • Exhibit space – Art/ photos/ community proposals • Bar/ Buffets area for adjacent large functions • Non conventional mtg. room WALL CONSTRUCTION

ROOF CONSTRUCTION

• • • • •

of limited space Chairs – hard/ cushioned back Mobile Bar Podium Mobile Servery for Food Dividers for art exhibit display

CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM SELECTIONS LEED POINTS MECHANICAL SYSTEMS (INCLUDING PLUMBING) ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS SITE WORK

DOORS

WINDOWS/DAYLIGHT Window shades• Black out -AV • 15% visibility cutting glare esp. south/east/ west ELECTRICAL LIGHTING Ambient lighting Lighting for viewing Artwork MECHANICAL

SPECIAL NEEDS

FLOORING

BASE

WALLS NORTH SOUTH EAST WEST EQUIPMENT Portable AV equipment – Sound/ Projector – all rooms MILLWORK

FURNITURE Stackable Lounge Inventory• Tables – rectilinear/ square/ round for max. use

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ONH HILL CENTER Schematic Design Report DEMONSTRATION KITCHEN ROOM NAME Kitchen DESIGN CRITERIA How Meal prep functions: • Cooking veggies/ Quick weeknight meals/ Sushi making/ Asian specialty & stir fry/ Soups & Salads • Chef’s from Paris Café/ Belga • Farmers market meals • Family Night Cooking: Korean feast

Stackable Inventory• Bar Tables – square/ round for max. use of limited space • Reg. Table – sq. esp. for ADA • Chairs • Bar Chairs CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM SELECTIONS LEED POINTS MECHANICAL SYSTEMS (INCLUDING PLUMBING)

WALL CONSTRUCTION

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

ROOF CONSTRUCTION

SITE WORK

DOORS

Q&A •

Will the audience be a part of the hands on cooking process or will they just be observers? This will affect the furn. req.

WINDOWS/DAYLIGHT Window shades – existing southern expo. strong • 15% visibility cutting glare esp. south/east/ west ELECTRICAL LIGHTING Task Lighting – under cabs. LED’s/ LR6 6” Downlight Module (Amicus source) MECHANICAL

SPECIAL NEEDS

FLOORING Stained concrete or Quarry tile in (code?) BASE

WALLS NORTH

Half glazing at door – visual play (show in elevation)

SOUTH

Commercial Blinds

EAST WEST EQUIPMENT Kitchen Designer resource MILLWORK Cabinetry – wood from FSC or glass/ metal FURNITURE

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ONH HILL CENTER Schematic Design Report LEED POINTS

CATERING KITCHEN ROOM NAME DESIGN CRITERIA Caterers functions: • Storage for prepped food • Warmers • Serving carts WALL CONSTRUCTION

MECHANICAL SYSTEMS (INCLUDING PLUMBING)

Kitchen

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS SITE WORK

ROOF CONSTRUCTION

DOORS

WINDOWS/DAYLIGHT Window shades• 15% visibility cutting glare esp. south/east/ west ELECTRICAL LIGHTING Task Lighting MECHANICAL

SPECIAL NEEDS

FLOORING

BASE

WALLS NORTH SOUTH EAST WEST EQUIPMENT

MILLWORK Cabinetry FURNITURE • Serving carts/ trolleys • Bar stools CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM SELECTIONS

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ONH HILL CENTER Schematic Design Report LEED POINTS

CONFERENCE ROOM NAME DESIGN CRITERIA Room functions: • Meetings

MECHANICAL SYSTEMS (INCLUDING PLUMBING)

Conference

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS SITE WORK

WALL CONSTRUCTION

ROOF CONSTRUCTION

DOORS

WINDOWS/DAYLIGHT Window shades• Black out - AV • 15% visibility cutting glare esp. south/east/ west ELECTRICAL LIGHTING Task lighting MECHANICAL

SPECIAL NEEDS

FLOORING

BASE

WALLS NORTH SOUTH EAST WEST EQUIPMENT Portable AV equipment – Sound/ Projector MILLWORK

FURNITURE • Modular conf. table • Conf. chairs (no adju. Height) CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM SELECTIONS

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ONH HILL CENTER Schematic Design Report LEED POINTS

THERID FLOOR CORRIDOR/ OFFICES ROOM NAME DESIGN CRITERIA •

Corridor/ Rooms

MECHANICAL SYSTEMS (INCLUDING PLUMBING) ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS SITE WORK

WALL CONSTRUCTION

ROOF CONSTRUCTION

Q&A • •

Any special equipment the NGO’s envision to use Size – WxHxL (if applicable)

DOORS

WINDOWS/DAYLIGHT Window shades• 15% visibility cutting glare ELECTRICAL LIGHTING Day lighting Overhead lighting w/ motion sensor in private offices MECHANICAL

SPECIAL NEEDS

FLOORING Corridor – reclaim existing hard wood floors Offices – Carpet tile – cradle to cradle product -SHAW BASE

WALLS NORTH SOUTH EAST WEST EQUIPMENT

MILLWORK

FURNITURE Shared + Public spaces: • Conf. type seating + Modular tables • Arm chairs CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM SELECTIONS

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ONH HILL CENTER Schematic Design Report LEED POINTS

WORKROOM ROOM NAME Workroom DESIGN CRITERIA Room functions: • Print/copy area for all offices + ONH Management WALL CONSTRUCTION

ROOF CONSTRUCTION

MECHANICAL SYSTEMS (INCLUDING PLUMBING) ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS SITE WORK Q&A • •

What type of equipment do you envision to use Size - WxHxL

DOORS

WINDOWS/DAYLIGHT Window shades• 15% visibility cutting glare ELECTRICAL LIGHTING Task lighting MECHANICAL

SPECIAL NEEDS

FLOORING

BASE

WALLS NORTH SOUTH EAST WEST EQUIPMENT

MILLWORK • •

Cabs- top & bottom Shelving

FURNITURE

CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM SELECTIONS

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ONH HILL CENTER Schematic Design Report CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM SELECTIONS

STORAGE AREAS ROOM NAME Storage DESIGN CRITERIA Area functions: • Storage for stackable furniture • Storage on 1st floor also functions as coat room (since furniture will be in use out side) • Shelving @ height X’ to store other inventory (14’ @ 1st Floor; 9’ @ 2nd Floor) WALL CONSTRUCTION

ROOF CONSTRUCTION

LEED POINTS MECHANICAL SYSTEMS (INCLUDING PLUMBING) ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS SITE WORK Q&A •

What are the other items you foresee requiring storage space so that the right shelving system can be built or purchased?

DOORS

WINDOWS/DAYLIGHT

ELECTRICAL LIGHTING Task lighting MECHANICAL

SPECIAL NEEDS

FLOORING

BASE

WALLS NORTH SOUTH EAST WEST EQUIPMENT

MILLWORK

FURNITURE • Portable modular coat hangers • Adjustable shelving • Trolley for chairs/ tables/ • On casters – Podiums/ Marker Easels/ Media Cart

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ONH HILL CENTER Schematic Design Report OUTDOOR PATIO ROOM NAME Patio DESIGN CRITERIA Space functions: • Alternative dining area for demons. kitchen meals esp. in good weather • Open outdoor informal/ formal gathering space/ rentable for events

Stackable Outdoor weather proof furniture • Chairs • Tables • Sun umbrellas • Stage CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM SELECTIONS LEED POINTS Pervious Surface – low albedo MECHANICAL SYSTEMS (INCLUDING PLUMBING)

WALL CONSTRUCTION

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

ROOF CONSTRUCTION

SITE WORK

DOORS

Q&A •

Do you envision the recessed patio as a stage for plays/ musical performance where the audience can sit on the lawn to view the performances perhaps w/ picnic?

WINDOWS/DAYLIGHT

ELECTRICAL LIGHTING

MECHANICAL

SPECIAL NEEDS

FLOORING

BASE

WALLS NORTH SOUTH EAST WEST EQUIPMENT Shared • • • •

inventory: Portable stage Podium Mobile Bar Mobile servery

MILLWORK

FURNITURE

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ONH HILL CENTER Schematic Design Report LEED POINTS Pervious Surfaces Native spices

LANDSCAPE ROOM NAME DESIGN CRITERIA Space functions: • Provision for tenting – fairs • Travelling sculptural exhibits

Patio

MECHANICAL SYSTEMS (INCLUDING PLUMBING) ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS SITE WORK

WALL CONSTRUCTION

ROOF CONSTRUCTION

Q&A •

DOORS

WINDOWS/DAYLIGHT

ELECTRICAL LIGHTING

MECHANICAL

SPECIAL NEEDS

FLOORING

BASE

WALLS NORTH SOUTH EAST WEST EQUIPMENT •

Outlets

MILLWORK

FURNITURE Outdoor weather proof furniture • Benches CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM SELECTIONS

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Hill Center Architectural Program - Carriage House Table Two AREA SUMMARIES AND PROJECTED GROSSING FACTORS (CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION) SPACE

Number 1.100

SQUARE FEET

Component First Floor

Departmental ADD Alt Net Gross Sq Ft by Grossing Assignable Sq ADD Alternate Area Factor Ft Gross Sq Ft

0%

1200 Subtotal - First Floor

2.100

Net Assignable SqFt

Second Floor

60 occupants 800

Subtotal - Second Floor Total for Carriage House Net

Bldg. Grossing Factor (Mech. Space, Walls)

800

0

0 0

22 8

0 0

8

2,000

0

30

0

0

2,000

5 100

22

0

800

0%

Total Projected Building Area

Total Carriage House Staffing Total Carriage House Occupancy

0%

40 occupants

1200 1,200

total based on 20 nsf per person

0

total

Note: Building Grossing factor of 20% assumes some external circulation and all spaces located in one rectilinear building on one level.

Carriage House Assumptions: Air handling unit at 2nd floor. Separate electric service for this building. Separate water and sanitary sewer for this building. Target LEED certified core and shell for this building with tenant improvements to be done by tenant. Utilities and exterior rehabilitation will be done as part of the core and shell, but toilet rooms, lighting, sprinklers, etc. will not

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Hill Center Architectural Program - Main Building Table Two AREA SUMMARIES AND PROJECTED GROSSING FACTORS (CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION) SPACE

Number 1.100

SQUARE FEET

Net Assignable SqFt

Component a

Departmental ADD Alt Net Gross Sq Ft by Grossing Assignable Sq ADD Alternate Area Factor Ft Gross Sq Ft

25%

1674 Subtotal - a

2.100

a

4696

a

0

2,093 25%

Subtotal - a 3.100

2092.5

5870

0 0

5,870 872

25%

Subtotal - a

1090

0

22 8

0 0

1,090

22

0

8 4

0 0

4

4.000

a

934

25%

1168

0

0

4.100

b

1532

20%

1838

0

0

4.200

c

1018

20%

1222 4,228

0

Subtotal - Support Services

0 0

16

Total for Main Building Net

13,280

0

50

Bldg. Grossing Factor ( Walls)

2,656

0

15,936

0

20%

Total Projected Building Area

Total Main Building Staffing

50 total

3 13 0

total

Note: Building Grossing factor of 20% assumes some external circulation and all spaces located in one rectilinear building on one level.

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Hill Center Space Program - Main Building Office Area - Rental Space Component Name:

Rental Space

Subcomponent:

Office / Business Use

Component Number:

1.000

SPACE Number

Component

SQUARE FEET Room Number

Staff + Users

Reqd.

Total Net Provided

Comments

1.101

Office rental

304

1

120

137

Language, ETC

1.102

Office rental

305

1

120

147

CHRS

1.103

Workroom

306

0

120

106

shared space

1.104

Conference Room

307

8

150

174

shared space

2

undesignated

309

1

180 120

162

1.106

Office rental Office rental

308

138

CH Village

1.107

Collaborative sapce

310

4

120

139

shared space

1.108 1.109

Office rental Office rental

311

1

120

209

Garden club, etc.

312

1

120

119

CHAMPS

1.110

Office rental

315

1

120

198

Computer Corner

Office rental

316

2

180

145

undesignated

1.105

1.111

Total Staff Total Net Square Feet

22 1470

1674 NSF

Note: *ONH to confirm if the Office SqFt provided for the NGO's meets their program?

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Hill Center Space Program - Main Building Activity Area - Rental Space Component Name:

Rental Space

Subcomponent:

Activity Areas

Component Number:

2.000

SPACE Number

Component

SQUARE FEET

Comments

Room Number

Staff + Users

Reqd.

Total Net Provided

G012

8

180

191

computer classes

2.101

Computer Lab

2.102

Small Classroom

110

1+8

180

201

language classes

2.103

Small Classroom

113

1+8

180

201

craft classes

2.104

Small Classroom

115

1+8

225

196

2.105

Medium Classroom- Art

106

2+10

403

431

2.106

Medium Hall Small Hall

2+50 1+12

750 334

607 334

ANC meetings; community meetings

2.107

109 206

2.108

Medium Hall

209

2+50

750

572

dance studio; Shakespeare studio; yoga studio

2.109

Large Hall

211

4+74

1300

934

Lecture hall for National Academy; seminars; banquets

2.110 2.111

Activity Room Activity Area

111

0+10

book club meetings, other meetings

0+15

0 351

327

210

351

gallery space support for adjacent halls

2.112

Activity Area

212

0+15

351

351

gallery space support for adjacent halls

Total Staff Total Net Square Feet

north windows w/ sink; adjacent storage for art room supplys meetings, activities

8 5004

4696 NSF

Note: *

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Hill Center Space Program - Main Building Ancillary Support Area - Rental Space Component Name:

Rental Space

Subcomponent:

Ancillary Support

Component Number:

3.000

SPACE Number

3.101

Component

Catering Kitchen

SQUARE FEET Room Number

207

Staff + People

4

Reqd.

180

Comments

Total Net Provided

176

near elevator; Counters and cabinets on 3 sides with hand sink, gas range, room for roll-in carts along one wall, 3 coffe urns (1500 w each), concern about sterno and fire alarm

3.102

Demonstration Kitchen

G013

3+13

360

361

island demonstration area with cooktop, wall oven(s), reach-in refrigerator/freezer, standing area for 10 adults or 22 kids, counter and cabinets

3.103

Storage-general

G008

0

80

109

accommodate 80 chairs; ice maker

3.104

Storage-general

G015

0

150

130

Chairs; tables;

3.105

Storage-art room

107

0

150

96

3.106

Storage-general

114

0

Total Staff Total Net Square Feet

art room storage accommodate +18 tables; podiums; mobile marker boards;

4 920

872 NSF

Note: *

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Hill Center Space Program - Main Building Central Support Areas - Hill Center Offices Component Name: Subcomponent: Component Number:

Central Support Areas - 4.000 Hill Center Offices 4.000

SPACE Number

Component

SQUARE FEET Room Number

Staff + People

2 + 16 2 1 0

4.001

Reception and waiting

G007

4.002

Office

G014

4.003

Office

G016

4.004

Supply room Total Staff Total Net Square Feet

313

Comments

Reqd.

Total Net Provided

120

417

2 staff, accommodate 16 waiting area

120

191

2 staff

120

160

manager's office

120

166

file room and supply room

3 480

934 NSF

Note: *

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Hill Center Space Program - Main Building Central Support Areas - Toilets, Maintenance, MEP Spaces Component Name:

Central Support Areas - 4.000

Subcomponent:

Toilets, Maintenance, MEP spaces

Component Number:

4.100

SPACE Number

Component

SQUARE FEET Room Number

Staff + People

Reqd.

Total Net Provided

Comments

4.101

Toilet Room-mens

G004

2

40

139

4.102

Toilet Room-womens

G005

2

150

139

4.103

Toilet Room-mens

104

2

150

139

4.104

Toilet Room-womens

105

2

150

139

4.105

Toilet Room-mens

204

2

150

139

4.106

Toilet Room-womens

205

2

150

139

4.107

Toilet Room-unisex

306A

1

40

40

4.108

Janitors Closets

G008

0

9

10

4.109

Janitors Closets

208

0

9

9

4.110

Main Mechanical room

G010

0

800

400

x

4.111

Main Electrical Room

G011

0

150

197

x

4.112

Telephone and Internet room

0

40

0

x

4.113

Wire closet

0

10

0

x

4.114

Air handlers

0

80

0

x

4.115 4.116

Sprinkler Room

0 0

80 70

0 42

x x

4.117

Trash and recycling

120

0

Elevator Machine Room

Total Staff Total Net Square Feet

G010A

x

13 2198

1532 NSF

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Hill Center Space Program - Main Building Non Rentable - Shafts, Stairs, Elevator Component Name:

Central Support Areas - 4.000

Subcomponent:

Non-rentable: shafts, stairs, elevator, etc.

Component Number:

4.200

SPACE

SQUARE FEET Room Number

staff

Reqd.

Elevator

all

0

90

62

Stair #1 existing

all

0

574

574

Stair #2

all

0

190

191

4.204

Stair #3

all

0

190

191

4.205

plumbing shafts

all

0

80

0

4.206

HVAC shafts

all

0

640

0

Number

4.201 4.202 4.203

Component

Total Staff Total Net Square Feet

Comments

Total Net Provided

0 1764

1018

Note: *

Total Proposed Staff Total for Main Building Net

50 11836

10,726 NSF

Note: *

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Hill Center Architectural Program - Site TOTALS Table Three TOTAL AREA SUMMARIES Table

BASE CONTRACT Gross Area

Enclosed Area Component- Building

One

Carriage House

Two

Main Building Total Enclosed Areas

ADD ALTERNATE Gross Area

2,000

0

15,936

0

17,936

0

Outdoor Area Component- Site Outdoor Dining Area- Café

2,000

Outdoor Recreation- Active (tent area, children's area)

10,000

0

Outdoor Recreation- Passive (gardens, seating, etc.)

15,000

0

Service Yard

600

Parking

0

1,200

Total Outdoor Areas

27,600

1,200

Total Public Space Areas

52,500

0

Outdoor Area Component- Public Space

Total Facility Area

total acres

98,036 2.3

1,200 0.0

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Hill Center Architectural Program - Outdoor Areas Outdoor Non-Secure Areas Component Name:

Parking

Subcomponent:

Parking Analysis

Component Number:

S3.100 SPACE

Number S3.100

Component Parking

Number

Feet

150

350

SQUARE FEET Total Net Add Alt.

Comments

52500

(total building gross area)/600 = #REF! 116 required + 34 additional parking spaces = 150

Total Net Square Feet

52,500

0 NSF

Total for Outdoor Non-Secure Area Net

52,500

0

Grossing Factor (Circulation)

0

0

Total Projected Outdoor Non-Secure Area

52,500

0

Total for Outdoor Secure Area

269,716

Total for Outdoor Non-Secure Area

52,500

2,400 GSF 0 GSF

Total Projected Outdoor Area

322,216

2,400 GSF

Note: *

Note: *

7.40

0.06 acres

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Hill Center Architectural Program - Outdoor Areas Outdoor Secure Areas Component Name:

Outdoor Recreation

Subcomponent:

Active

Component Number:

S1.100 SPACE Component

Number

Number

Feet

S1.100 S1.101

1 1

145000 46000

S1.102

0

7200

Total Net Square Feet

SQUARE FEET Total Net Add Alt.

Comments

145000 46000

includes track around field

0

eliminated

191,000

0 NSF

Note: * Component Name:

Outdoor Recreation

Subcomponent:

Passive

Component Number:

S1.200 SPACE

Number

Component

Number

Feet

SQUARE FEET Total Net Add Alt.

S1.200

Residence Outdoor Courtyard

6

800

S1.201

Outdoor Recreation

1

47916

47916

S1.202

Outdoor Dining Area

1

10000

10000

S1.203

Outdoor Gathering

1

1000

1000

Total Net Square Feet Component Name:

4800

one courtyard per 10-bed unit general open space within the building campus (hardscape and softscape) includes lunch tables and outdoor basketball court, locate near Visiting Near dining and Student Commons

63,716

0 NSF

Service Access

Subcomponent:

Service Yards

Component Number:

S2.100 SPACE

Number

Comments

Component

Number

Feet 15000 2400

S2.100

Secure Service Yard

S2.101

Service Yard at warehouse

1 1

Total Net Square Feet

1

SQUARE FEET Total Net Add Alt.

Comments

15000 2400 15,000

2,400 NSF

Note: * Total for Outdoor Secure Area Net

269,716

Grossing Factor (Circulation)

0

2,400 0

Total Projected Outdoor Secure Area

269,716

2,400

Approved by ___________ 03/07/07 1 of 1


Community of Hope

Bell Architects

1413 Girard Street NW Washington DC 20009

1228 9th Street NW Washington DC 20001

Floor Finishes LCCA - Life Cycle Cost Analysis Life Cycle Analysis

Installations in 20 yrs

Life Cycle Cost: Total 20 yrs

Installation Time

Stain Resistance

Maintenance Required

Feel/ Appearance

Acoustics

Environmental / Green Aspects

Total

Notes

Expected Use @ Property

Qualitative Rankings (scale 1-5)

Typical Warranty

Flooring System

VCT

$2.00

5

10

2

$4.00

3

2

2

4

5

4

24

Requires high maintenance

BioVCT

$3.50

5

10

2

$7.00

3

2

2

4

5

3

26

Better indent resistance then traditional VCT

Linoleum Tile

$6.50

5

10

2

$13.00

3

2

4

3

3

1

29

Easy and fast to install, less replacement, aesthetics for less cost

Ceramic Tile

$10.00

40+

20

1

$10.00

5

1

1

5

5

2

29

Ideal for bathroom flooring

Carpet Tile

$3.00

15

4

5

$15.00

2

4

5

1

1

4

32

Easy to maintain, replace, lasts longer then broadloom

Vinyl Tile

$6.50

15

10

2

$13.00

3

2

2

4

3

5

32

Gauges and requires periodic replacement

Commercial Wood

$9.00

25+

10

2

$18.00

3

2

3

2

4

1

33

Last a long time and regional material

Linoleum Roll

$7.50

5

10

2

$15.00

4

2

4

3

3

2

33

Resilient flooring material that requires low maintenance cleans with water and mop

Carpet Broadloom

$2.00

10

2

10

$20.00

1

5

5

2

1

5

39

Costly in the long run needs replacement

Cost = First Installation per sq ft Project Size S/M

L/XL

Key Notes:

* Rating is from 1 (best) to 5 (worst) comparing attributes of other systems * Expected use is educated guess based on reports that carpeting replaced each unit every 1-2 years on average * Total is divided by addition of Life Cycle Cost + Qualitative Rankings


Communtiy of Hope Floor Finishes LLCA - Limited Life Cycle Analysis

Item #

Flooring System

Upfront Capital Cost Project S/M

1413 Girard Street NW Washington DC 20009 8/28/2009

Life Cycle upto 30 yrs

# of Installed Systems 30 yrs

L/XL

1

Linolium Roll

$7.00

20

2

2

Linolium Tile

$3.50

20

2

3

Carpet Tile

$34.00

5

6

4

Carpet Broadloom

$18.00

4

8

5

Ceramic Tile

$10.00

30+

1

6

Wood

30+

1

7

BioVCT

15

2

8

VET Vinyl Enhanced Tile

15

2

9

VCT

15

2

10

Vinyl Tile

6

5

Key Notes:

$3.50

$1.75

Notes


Bell Architects

Bowen field checks for 8/13

1. Column block outs in east half of old school 1st floor?? (SP)

2. Chase in 2nd floor .. planned vice div. interview room? (SP)

3. Check exist conditions on 2nd floor s. wall of aud. (SP)

4. Detail at stair landing where gym egress comes in (SP)

5. Are there column bumps in E/W corridor wall between old/add’n in D1? (KD)

6. Keep existing corridor terrazzo in E end of old building 1st floor? (SP)

7. Is there a chimney chase in 2nd floor new bathroom w/in old bldg? (ED)

8. Measure ledge formed by terrazzo base below CT.. deos it very throughout bldg? (SP) 9. Check all stairs for existing material on floor. 10. Measure exact distance on 2nd floor where Terrazo ends and vinyl begins. 11. Look for existing floor drains in bathrooms?


MPD at Bowen School Washington, DC DIVISION

DESCRIPTION

Floor

Ecosurfaces Econights for Sports Forbo Marmoleum Forbo MCT Forbo Vinyl Nora Noraplan Mannington VCT Armstrong Linolium

QUANTITY

UNIT COST 2 SF 7 SF SF SF SF SF SF

TOTAL $9.50 $8.00 $6.75 $3.45 $6.35 $2.75

$19.00 $56.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00


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