Site analysis
Program of Requirements
Item
Tree Preservation
Play Space

Splash Playground
Utilities
Access
Ball Fields
Tennis Courts
Ba...
Design process
Option 1
Option 1:
Tree Preservation:

• Maximize preservation of trees for shade
• 3 large trees lost
Play Space:

• Maintain the existing play space of
9,700 sf and also provide a play area
for the older age group (5-12)
• ...
Splash Playground:

• Maintain the existing 1,300 sf
total deck and feature area
• Comparable size

Splash
playground
1,00...
Utilities:

• Avoid large sanitary sewer line
• Avoids sewer line
Access:

• Utilize existing access
point/curb cut
• Uses current access
Ball Field:

• Minimize impact to ability to
play
• Open lawn where bleachers
are located is used for play
and picnic
Tennis Courts:

• Provide 2 courts
• No change to existing courts

Basketball Courts:

• Provide at least one court
• Prov...
item
Tree Preservation
Play Space

Splash
Playground
Utilities
Access
Ball Fields
Tennis Courts
Basketball Court
Construct...
Option 2
Option 2:

EXISITING
TENNIS COURT
FENCE LINE
Tree Preservation:

• Maximize preservation of trees for shade
• 2 large trees lost
Play Space:

• Maintain the existing play space of
9,700 sf and also provide a play area
for the older age group (5-12)
• ...
Splash Playground:

• Maintain the existing 1,300 sf
total deck and feature area
• Comparable size

Splash
playground
1,00...
Utilities:

• Avoid large sanitary sewer line
• Avoids sewer line
Access:

• Utilize existing access
point/curb cut
• Access relocated to opposite
45th Street
Ball Field:

• Minimize impact to ability to
play
• Open lawn where bleachers
are located is used for
relocated basketball...
Tennis Courts:

• Provide 2 courts
• Provides 2 courts in modified
orientation

Basketball Courts:

• Provide at least one...
item
Tree Preservation
Play Space

Splash Playground
Utilities
Access
Ball Fields
Tennis Courts
Basketball Court
Construct...
Option 1 vs Option 2
item
Tree Preservation
Play Space

Splash
Playground
Utilities
Access

description
3 large trees lost...
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Friendship Community Meeting Presentation (Dec. 18, 2013)
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Friendship Community Meeting Presentation (Dec. 18, 2013)
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Friendship Community Meeting Presentation (Dec. 18, 2013)
Friendship Community Meeting Presentation (Dec. 18, 2013)
Friendship Community Meeting Presentation (Dec. 18, 2013)
Friendship Community Meeting Presentation (Dec. 18, 2013)
Friendship Community Meeting Presentation (Dec. 18, 2013)
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Friendship Community Meeting Presentation (Dec. 18, 2013)

  1. 1. Site analysis
  2. 2. Program of Requirements Item Tree Preservation Play Space Splash Playground Utilities Access Ball Fields Tennis Courts Basketball Court Construction Description Maximize preservation of trees for shade Maintain the existing play space of 9,700 sf and also provide a play area for the older age group (5-12) Maintain the 2-5 age group beneath trees at corner of 45th and Van Ness Maintain the existing 1,300 sf total deck and feature area Avoid large sanitary sewer line Utilize existing access point/curb cut Minimize impact to ability to play Provide 2 courts Provide at least one court Minimize construction disruption and cost
  3. 3. Design process
  4. 4. Option 1
  5. 5. Option 1:
  6. 6. Tree Preservation: • Maximize preservation of trees for shade • 3 large trees lost
  7. 7. Play Space: • Maintain the existing play space of 9,700 sf and also provide a play area for the older age group (5-12) • Total of 15,000 sf play space • Maintain the 2-5 age group beneath trees at corner of 45th and Van Ness • Larger play area more internal to site, fewer trees Tot Lot: 10,000 S.F. Play Ground 5,000 S.F
  8. 8. Splash Playground: • Maintain the existing 1,300 sf total deck and feature area • Comparable size Splash playground 1,000 S.F.
  9. 9. Utilities: • Avoid large sanitary sewer line • Avoids sewer line
  10. 10. Access: • Utilize existing access point/curb cut • Uses current access
  11. 11. Ball Field: • Minimize impact to ability to play • Open lawn where bleachers are located is used for play and picnic
  12. 12. Tennis Courts: • Provide 2 courts • No change to existing courts Basketball Courts: • Provide at least one court • Provides one court
  13. 13. item Tree Preservation Play Space Splash Playground Utilities Access Ball Fields Tennis Courts Basketball Court Construction description 3 large trees lost Total of 15,000 sf play space Larger play area more internal to site, fewer trees Comparable size Avoids sewer line Uses current access Open lawn where bleachers are located is used for play and picnic No change to existing courts Provides one court No major reconfiguration of site; phasing is straightforward. Construction cost more likely to align with the current budget.
  14. 14. Option 2
  15. 15. Option 2: EXISITING TENNIS COURT FENCE LINE
  16. 16. Tree Preservation: • Maximize preservation of trees for shade • 2 large trees lost
  17. 17. Play Space: • Maintain the existing play space of 9,700 sf and also provide a play area for the older age group (5-12) • Total of 16,000 sf play space • Maintain the 2-5 age group beneath trees at corner of 45th and Van Ness • Larger play area beneath trees at corner Play Ground: 6,000 S.F. Tot Lot: 10,000 S.F.
  18. 18. Splash Playground: • Maintain the existing 1,300 sf total deck and feature area • Comparable size Splash playground 1,000 S.F.
  19. 19. Utilities: • Avoid large sanitary sewer line • Avoids sewer line
  20. 20. Access: • Utilize existing access point/curb cut • Access relocated to opposite 45th Street
  21. 21. Ball Field: • Minimize impact to ability to play • Open lawn where bleachers are located is used for relocated basketball court and picnic
  22. 22. Tennis Courts: • Provide 2 courts • Provides 2 courts in modified orientation Basketball Courts: • Provide at least one court • Provides one court in new location
  23. 23. item Tree Preservation Play Space Splash Playground Utilities Access Ball Fields Tennis Courts Basketball Court Construction description 2 large trees lost Total of 16,000 sf play space Larger play area beneath trees at corner Comparable size Avoids sewer line Access relocated to opposite 45th Street Open lawn where bleachers are located is used for relocated basketball court and picnic Provides 2 courts in modified orientation Provides one court in new location Relocation of tennis and basketball courts will add to construction cost, phasing complexity
  24. 24. Option 1 vs Option 2 item Tree Preservation Play Space Splash Playground Utilities Access description 3 large trees lost Total of 15,000 sf play space description 2 large trees lost Total of 16,000 sf play space Larger play area more internal to site, fewer trees Comparable size Larger play area beneath trees at corner Comparable size Avoids sewer line Uses current access Avoids sewer line Access relocated to opposite 45th Street Open lawn where bleachers are located is used for relocated basketball court and picnic Provides 2 courts in modified orientation Provides one court in new location Relocation of tennis and basketball courts will add to construction cost, phasing complexity Ball Fields Open lawn where bleachers are located is used for play and picnic Tennis Courts No change to existing courts Basketball Court Construction Provides one court No major reconfiguration of site; phasing is straightforward. Construction cost more likely to align with the current budget.
  25. 25. Community Center Building
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