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SDG&E Kearny Master Plan

PART III MASTER PLAN, PHASING & COSTS Draft 6/26/2013

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SECTION 01 SITE ORGANIZATION ANALYSIS & MASTER PLAN OPTIONS SDG&E KEARNY MASTER PLAN Roesling Nakamura Terada Architects

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SITE ORGANIZATION STRATEGIES SDG&E Kearny Master Plan

Part III of the Facilities Master Plan started with the development of site organization / zoning studies and diagrams that provide conceptual framework options for the operational use of the site. The studies utilize the research gathered from the Opportunities and Constraints work combined with the Programming research. The planning team developed site organization options centered around three conceptual ideas: 1. QUAD Scheme– The Quad concept organizes the functional elements of the site around a central quad similar to a college campus quad. The purpose is to create a central pedestrian open space that fosters interaction between the various engineering and operational departments. 2. OPERATIONAL COURTYARD Scheme– The Operational Court concept organizes the site uses around a centralized operational vehicle open space. The operational vehicular court is directly linked to the key logistical areas to create an efficient use of the site. 3. GARDEN Scheme – The Garden concept utilizes a linear landscape open space edge along Overland Avenue as the central planning element to organize the site. In all of the site organizational concepts several guiding design principles are applied: • Separate operational vehicular traffic from staff and visitor traffic by having the operational vehicles use Complex Drive as their main site access corridor while the staff vehicles would use Overland Avenue. • Maximize site safety by minimizing circulation conflicts between operational vehicles, staff vehicles, pedestrians, forklifts and bicycles. • Create a central pedestrian circulation “spine” that unifies the office and indoor operational spaces to the parking areas. • Provide “shared” interior and exterior programmed spaces near the centralized pedestrian “spine” to encourage interaction between departments. • Develop a formal front entry to the site off of Overland Avenue and ideally centered on Farnham Street. • Ensure that zoning concepts support department adjacency requirements per the programmatic studies completed in Part II. • Open space landscaped areas should relate to the existing park-like open space found at the entry to the County Administration Center across the street on Overland Drive.

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PREFERRED SITE ORGANIZATION SDG&E Kearny Master Plan

The three site organization options were presented to the Kearny team working committee for review and input. The result of this collaborative process created a hybrid site plan diagram that incorporated the best features of the three options. The Preferred Site Organization / Zoning Plan diagram, shown below, incorporates the following: • Utilizes the quad concept to provide a unified open area for pedestrians, • Centers the operation parking area in the site but is oriented in a north-south layout to maximize interactive edges with operational spaces and facilities. • A main entry point with the shared programmed uses creates a formal “front door” off of Farnham Street. • Operational and engineering offices are grouped together to foster inter-department interaction. • The vehicular circulation strategy to keep operational vehicles to the western part of the site and staff and visitor vehicles to the eastern part of the site is applied. • The central internal pedestrian circulation “spine” connects the staff parking areas to the operational and offices buildings. • Green landscaped open spaces along Overland Avenue supports the growing use of the street by pedestrians given the growing work population at the County complex.

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FACILITY MASTER PLAN OPTIONS Site Plan Options A, B, and C

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Once selected and approved by Managers and representatives of the Kearny site, the preferred zoning diagram, vehicle circulation diagram, and pedestrian circulation diagram were developed into three conceptual plans focusing on the main organizational concepts derived during zoning. These three plans (denoted as Options A, B, and C in future diagrams) became the basis for discussion and foundation for the preferred Master Plan. In the following pages Options A, B, and C will be discussed in further detail, and a summary plan visually describing comments and feedback received through a survey will demonstrate the development and process for the overall site organizations and strategies.

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SITE MASSING OPTION A Maximum Reuse & Maximize Future Growth Potential

• Provides a central courtyard with shared uses to provide interactive areas for staff. • Re-uses the existing dance hall, condor parking shade structure and a portion of the existing maintenance building. • Includes a 3-story parking structure at the northeast corner of the site. • North-south operational parking layout maximizes interactive edges with the existing maintenance building and a new operational and storage facility. • Staff parking is distributed to the north and south ends of the site. • A main office building creates a formal “front door” off of Farnham Street. • Operational and engineering offices are grouped together to foster inter-department interaction. • The vehicular circulation strategy to keep operational vehicles to the western part of the site and staff and visitor vehicles to the eastern part of the site is applied. • A linear pedestrian circulation “spine” connects the staff parking areas to the operational and offices buildings. • Green landscaped open space and pedestrian corridor along Overland Avenue is included. • Maximizes security requirements by providing a central security point and allowing office buildings to have “eyes-on” to the site from various locations.

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• Re-uses only the existing dance hall and condor parking shade structure. All other buildings and structures are new. • Provides a central courtyard with shared uses to provide interactive areas for staff. • Includes a 3-story parking structure at the northeast corner of the site. • North-south operational parking layout is the same as Option A. • Staff parking is distributed to the north and south ends of the site. • The shared conference / training center creates the formal “front door” off of Farnham Street. • Operational and engineering offices are grouped together to foster inter-department interaction. • The vehicular circulation strategy to keep operational vehicles to the western part of the site and staff and visitor vehicles to the eastern part of the site is applied. • A linear pedestrian circulation “spine” connects the staff parking areas to the operational and offices buildings. • Green landscaped open space and pedestrian corridor along Overland Avenue is included. • Maximizes security requirements by providing a central security point and allowing office buildings to have “eyes-on” to the site from various locations.

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SITE MASSING OPTION C Maximized Operations and Storage Facility Potential

• Provides a central courtyard similar to Option A with shared uses to provide interactive areas for staff. • Re-uses the existing dance hall, condor parking shade structure and a portion of the existing maintenance building. • Combines a 4-story staff parking structure with the existing surface parking area at the southeast corner of the site. • North-south operational parking layout is the same as Option A & B. • A main office building creates a formal “front door” off of Farnham Street. • Operational and engineering offices are grouped together to foster inter-department interaction. • The vehicular circulation strategy to keep operational vehicles to the western part of the site and staff and visitor vehicles to the eastern part of the site is applied. • A linear pedestrian circulation “spine” connects the staff parking areas to the operational and offices buildings. • Green landscaped open space and pedestrian corridor along Overland Avenue is included. • Maximizes security requirements by providing a central security point and allowing office buildings to have “eyes-on” to the site from various locations.

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PLAN EVALUATION AND SCORING SDG&E Kearny Master Plan

The three site Master Plan options were again presented to the Kearny team working committee for evaluation and input. In addition to a presentation / discussion meeting, the planning team requested that each member of the working committee fill out a survey to score and rank the options to determine a Preferred Master Plan. That plan would be used for final development of the Facilities Master Plan. The survey asked participants to rank each option (A, B, and C) using the following categories with each subcategory receiving a score between 1 and 3, with 1 being the lowest and 3 the highest or best representation of the category. MOTIVATED USERS • Workplace Satisfaction • Sense of Place EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT • Collaborative Environment • Employee-Driven Flexible Workspace SAFETY • Improve Safety SECURITY • Visual Access • Ease of Securing Site EFFICIENCY

• Cohesive & Logical Plan • Operational Optimization • Efficient Circulation RELIABILITY • Operational Resiliency in Emergency READINESS • Supports Growth STABILITY • Environmental Impact • Community Impact BEST PRODUCT • Product Quality

The result of the surveys concluded that all three schemes had close scores to each other and that the evaluators determined that key planning ideas in each of the schemes should be applied to the final master plan.

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COMMENT SUMMARY Site Plan Options A, B, and C RESULTS

The results of the voting on the Criteria Matrix Scorecard revealed a close score between each of the options. The surveys also contained comments from the user groups that highlighted a preference for different aspects of each of the options A, B, and C demonstrated below in the graph. The conclusion of this survey was to proceed with a master plan that maximized operational efficiency with all new buildings, created a green park-like atmosphere along Overland Ave, and organized the majority of the office and operational buildings around a central courtyard to enhance and promote a collaborative environment with clear and direct paths of communication.

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SECTION 02 MASTER PLAN SDG&E KEARNY MASTER PLAN Roesling Nakamura Terada Architects

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MASTER PLAN SDG&E Kearny Master Plan

The final Site Facilities Master Plan also known as the “Preferred Plan” takes into account the top rated concepts and ideas presented in the earlier site planning options. The preferred plan balances the functional programmatic needs of all departments while maximizing efficiency for operational logistics. The plan also considers conceptual ideas for sustainability, healthy and desirable working environments, ideal staff parking needs, urban planning concepts and providing positive contributions to the surrounding business community. The master plan also supports key urban design features to allow the proposed plan to fit seamlessly into the community. Key urban design features include: • Linear landscape green pedestrian open space along Overland Avenue that compliments the existing street corridor landscaping and the existing park-like open space at the County Administration Complex. • Building massing that supports the surrounding context by stepping down towards Overland and Clairemont Mesa Boulevard. • Buildings facing Overland and Clairemont Mesa Blvd. will serve as the “community faces” of the project and will have “architecturally welcoming” facades that will enhance the existing area and pedestrian experience. • Street corridor landscaping along Clairemont Mesa Blvd. will provide a pedestrian-friendly walking corridor to support the current use and future growth of pedestrians walking to nearby locations. • Heavy operation traffic will be primarily directed away from Clairemont Mesa Blvd and more towards Complex Street on the west edge of the site, which is more oriented to similar traffic use. Key features of the Preferred Plan include the following components: Central Courtyard The heart of the proposed Kearny Site Master Plan will be its new central courtyard space that is formed between the main office building to the north (Building 1) the operations building to the west (Building 2) and the Conference Training Center (Building 3). The courtyard is intended to provide an amenity space that fosters interaction between all departments and visitors. The design elements of the courtyard will enhance daylighting and landscaped views into the

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surrounding work areas of the three buildings. Conference Training Center north exterior will have openings that provide a seamless indoor/outdoor connection to the courtyard space. The courtyard will also serves as a large gathering area for large events and meetings. Linear Pedestrian “Highline” A key element of the master plan is the north-south pedestrian “Highline” which provides a 2-level exterior linear walkway that provides a direct walking link from the parking area to the core buildings and courtyard. The Highline pathway allows for more staff interaction and provides efficient circulation to the first and second story areas of the main office building (Building 1) the operations building (Building 2), the Conference Training Center (Building 3) and its upper level view, and the elevator core located within the courtyard. Building 1: New 3-Story Office Building The office building is a new 3-story, Class A facility adjacent to Overland Drive with a main site orientation in the east-west direction. Its site layout maximizes the use of natural daylight, reduces east and west sun exposures, provides a “community friendly” face to Overland Avenue and helps define the outdoor courtyard space. At the west end, the building can integrate shared indoor spaces with the operational building to promote inter-department collaboration.

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Building 2: New 2-Story Operations & Storage Building The new Operations and Storage Building will be the central operations hub facility of the Kearny site. The building is a 83,140 GSF, 2-story facility with a mezzanine at the second level overlooking a high-bay interior and exterior covered work areas. The building is planned to be flexible to maximize its operational uses. In addition to storage, operational, and office spaces, Building 2 will include crew support spaces such as multi-functional crew rooms, locker rooms and work station areas for field crews. Building 3: New 1-Story Training / Conference Center The new Training / Conference Center will be a multi-purpose building designed to have “allhands” meetings, staff training classrooms, a café/lounge area, and shared conference spaces to meet with vendors and visitors. The building is 9,000 GSF and provides an outdoor “green” roof deck area with roof-top landscaping accessed by a 2-story linear walk way. The deck will have a shade cover that could created from translucent PV panels. The conference center location allows it to serve as the main entry into the operational areas and provides a welcoming check-in and security point for easy admittance of visitors and vendors. Buildings 4 & 5: New 2-Story Storage and Operations Buildings. Buildings 4 and 5 are new 2-story storage and operations buildings ranging from 31,500 GSF to 44,990 GSF. The buildings will house the wide-ranging storage needs for Kearny. Some office spaces are included in the buildings to support the user’s needs. Building 6: Existing 2-Story “Dance Hall” Storage Building Buildings 6 is the existing 12, 240 GSF “Dance Hall” storage building that will remain in its current use. Building 7: Vehicle Maintenance Building The new Vehicle Maintenance building is a 10,800 GSF 1-story, high-bay building designed to support all of Kearny’s operational vehicle maintenance and repair needs. The building is modeled after a newer facility located on SDG&E’s Miramar site. It has 3 pass through bays with roll-up doors at each side with 40’ deep exterior concrete aprons. Buildings 9: New 3.5 Level Parking Structure The new cast-in-place concrete parking structure is located at the southeast corner of the Kearny site and is sited to minimize on-site staff vehicular circulation. The parking structure houses 385 spaces and shares the site with the existing surface lot that will modified.

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VEHICLE & PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC STUDY SDG&E Kearny Master Plan

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VEHICLE MAP Site Plan Options A, B, and C

Required Op. Parking Count 2030 = 236 OPERATIONAL PARKING COUNT PROVIDED: • 10’x20’ spots : 136 • 12’x20’ spots : 60 • 14’x38’ spots : 36 • 12’x50’ spots : 4 • 17’x50’ spots : 8 (Covered Parking) TOTAL = 244 Operational Parking Spots

Required Personal Parking Count 2030 = 569 PERSONAL VEHICLE COUNT PROVIDED: • Visitor Parking : 10 • Surface Parking : 120 • Parking Garage : 385 TOTAL = 605 Personal Vehicle Parking Spots

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DEPARTMENT LOCATION STUDY SDG&E Kearny Master Plan

The planning team met and worked with the Department Managers in a team working meeting to review operational flow logistics to finalize each Departments ideal location within the Master Plan. Pages 58 through 66 illustrate the preferred locations requested by each Department along with the support and storage locations. The study uses the Department numbering system presented in Part II of the Programming Study.

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Administration / Site Management OFFICE : 1,023 s.f. OFFICE Storage : 428 s.f. OFFICE Support : 435 s.f.

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Storage OFFICE : 975 s.f. OFFICE Storage : 867 s.f. OFFICE Support : 336 s.f. OP. FACILITY : 1,704 s.f. STORAGE : 127,945 s.f.

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Substation Construction & Maintenance OFFICE : 2,912 s.f. OFFICE Storage : 852 s.f. OFFICE Support : 1,675 s.f. CREW ROOM : 2,875 s.f. STORAGE : 4,393 s.f. Substation Engineering & Design OFFICE : 2,025 s.f. OFFICE Storage : 852 s.f. OFFICE Support : 651 s.f. Substation Tech. Analysis & Support OFFICE : 1,821 s.f. OFFICE Storage : 494 s.f. OFFICE Support : 329 s.f.

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Transmission Construction & Maintenance OFFICE : 3,688 s.f. OFFICE Storage : 307 s.f. OFFICE Support : 796 s.f. OP. FACILITY : 529 s.f. STORAGE : 12,000 s.f. Transmission Engineering & Design OFFICE : 3,132 s.f. OFFICE Storage : 867 s.f. OFFICE Support : 618 s.f.

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System Protection Maintenance OFFICE : 1,895 s.f. OFFICE Storage : 494 s.f. OFFICE Support : 329 s.f. OP. FACILITY : 12,918 s.f. STORAGE : 8,050 s.f. System Protection & Control Engineering OFFICE : 3,577 s.f. OFFICE Storage : 1,420 s.f. OFFICE Support : 1,253 s.f.

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Electrical Distribution Engineering OFFICE : 2,336 s.f. OFFICE Storage : 851 s.f. OFFICE Support : 785 s.f. Civil/Structural Engineering OFFICE : 1,547 s.f. OFFICE Storage : 307 s.f. OFFICE Support : 304 s.f.

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Vehicle Maintenance Garage OFFICE : 180 s.f. OFFICE Storage : 50 s.f. OFFICE Support : 200 s.f. OP. FACILITY : 8,400 s.f. STORAGE : 2,200 s.f.

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PHASING & COST OVERVIEW SDG&E Kearny Master Plan

Phasing and Costs Overview Upon approval of the preferred Master Plan, the planning team worked closely with Cumming LLC Cost Estimators to develop phasing plans and associated costs studies. The team developed three phasing scenarios (options) that take into account a variety of variables including (but not limited to): • Availability of funding, • Limited interruption of operations (site must remain operations 24 hours during construction), • Maintaining access for material delivery and pickup as well as semi-truck accessibility to the site, • SDG&E’s long range objectives and timeline to re-locate staff from Century Park, • coordination with the new substation construction, • operational priorities and minimizing impacts on operational vehicle parking, • and the need for temporary facilities. The costs studies were updated to support the proposed phasing options. A summary of the cost study is presented in this Section. Please see the addendum for a complete copy of the study from Cumming LLC.

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Escalation

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Contingency

= $38,229,625 $4,781,487

$43,011,112 15% $6,451,667 10.70% $5,292,517

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$12,898,170 15% $1,934,726 15.70% $2,328,765 $17,161,660

PHASE 1 $670,402

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$23,480,744 15% $3,522,112 10.70% $2,889,306

$7,809,000 $1,562,695 $9,371,695 15% $1,405,754 5.90% $635,870 =

$31,958,898 15% $4,793,835 15.70% $5,770,179

$24,271,345 15% $3,640,702 10.70% $2,986,589 =

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OPTION 1 $83,950,103

$12,707,658 15% $1,906,149 15.70% $2,294,368

$42,522,912

OPTION 2 $84,448,220

$30,898,636

$11,449,650 $1,258,008

=

$16,908,174

$18,627,000 $420,750 $19,047,750 15% $2,857,163 20.90% $4,578,127 =

TOTAL

$11,413,319

$19,860,675 $4,410,670

$29,892,161

$30,076,650 $1,882,248

=

TOTAL

$12,033,147

$19,602,625 $3,878,119

=

PHASE 1

$1,482,097 5.90%

PHASE 4

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$9,880,648 15%

$54,755,296

$11,449,650 $1,448,520

TOTAL

$7,809,000 $2,071,648

$12,033,147

OPTION 3

COST

PHASE 2

$670,402

TOTAL STRUCTURE SITE

PHASE 1

$1,482,097 5.90%

TOTAL

PHASE 3

Escalation

$9,880,648 15%

PHASE 1

Contingency

OPTION 2

COST

$7,809,000 $2,071,648

PHASE 1

STRUCTURE SITE

TOTAL

PHASE 2

COST

PHASE 3

PHASE 1

OPTION 1

$26,483,039

OPTION 3 $85,703,168


COST SUMMARY SDG&E Kearny Master Plan

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