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Development of a master plan for waterfront development, including a marina design concept

Development of a master plan for waterfront development, including a marina design concept

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  • 1. ARCHITECTURE CONSULTING Living Spaces at the Water Living Working Tourism Sport Architecture – Project Consulting Comprehensive planning and construction involving water ICOMIA World Marinas Conference 2011Peter Jansen • Marinas: Facility Design and Master Planning • ICOMIA World Marinas Conference • Singapore May 10th 2011
  • 2. Marinas – Master planning and facility design Dr. Peter Jansen Secretary, ICOMIA Marinas Group (IMG)Peter Jansen • Marinas: Facility Design and Master Planning • ICOMIA World Marinas Conference • Singapore May 10th 2011
  • 3. 1. General criteria for Marinas• Sustainable facilities and boating offers• Environmental impact considerations• Design and architecture• Functions and allocations• Construction and engineering• Service and maintenance• Safety and security• Marketing and events• Integration and connection to the surrounding• Ecological energy concept and carbon emissions minimization Marina Bergkamen, Germany Concept by Peter Jansen for INPRO Ltd.Peter Jansen • Marinas: Facility Design and Master Planning • ICOMIA World Marinas Conference • Singapore May 10th 2011
  • 4. 2.1 Spatial considerations – basic criteriaInner city site Criteria Natural site • Water depth • Land use • Restrictions • Infrastructure • Access • Distance to sailing ground • Morphology • Environmental impact • Embankment situationPeter Jansen • Marinas: Facility Design and Master Planning • ICOMIA World Marinas Conference • Singapore May 10th 2011
  • 5. 2.2 Spatial comparison - Inner city site• Connection to a town with variable access from the town• Fixed basin dimensions determined by former industrial use• Less wave protection necessary, mostly no direct sea contact• Former industrial area needs redevelopment also for onshore developments• Open landside facilities to public, leisure time activities beside boating possible• Use former industrial buildings for Marina facilities as boat repair or dry storage Europe Harbor Bremen • Masterplan 2009 © urban aquaPeter Jansen • Marinas: Facility Design and Master Planning • ICOMIA World Marinas Conference • Singapore May 10th 2011
  • 6. 2.2 Spatial comparison - Natural site• Access only by one road thru the hinterland• Restrictions of harbor area by mole or environmental protection• Often wave protection necessary by wave breaker or mole• Only necessary Marina facility buildings should be integrated in natural environment• Mainly focused on boating and assisting activities, often only access by members• Marina buildings have to be build new and to fit into the surrounded environment, high level of Silver Lake • Water Sports Exhibition and Trade Park • Masterplan © by urban aquaPeter Jansen • Marinas: Facility Design and Master Planning • ICOMIA World Marinas Conference • Singapore May 10th 2011
  • 7. 2.3 Spatial considerations – Inner city• Location with respect to town center/port • economic stimulus • marina as recreational factor • visual linkage • access• Commercial activities create synergy effects by tying waterfront with rest of community • restaurants/cafes • public convenience • shops/retail• Existing port infrastructure can be an asset • ship repair yards, cranes etc. • for maintenance or recreational function• Infrastructures used as architectural/historical asset which increases overall interest West Harbour Frankfurt • Masterplan © by urban aquaPeter Jansen • Marinas: Facility Design and Master Planning • ICOMIA World Marinas Conference • Singapore May 10th 2011
  • 8. 3.1 Waterfront development means…• the edge of the space borders at least with one side direct to the water• an optical contrast between buildings and water surface is possible• a spatial integration of the water by harbor, canals, harbor square or shore promenade is possible• there is no spatial or functional boundary by dike, street, drainage plant or nature reserve• the terrain is usable right to the embankment or can be make usable by construction, without water management or nature reserve against it Tourism & water sport park Zehdenick © urban aquaPeter Jansen • Marinas: Facility Design and Master Planning • ICOMIA World Marinas Conference • Singapore May 10th 2011
  • 9. 3.2 Waterfront qualities• Acts as a catalyst for other developments• Attracts enjoyment of the waterfront• Opens up shorefronts• Brings the public back to the inner cities• Provides access to the water• Expanse und silence of the water surface• Contrast between water surface and bank• Movement by the water itself (waves, tide, surf)• Activities by boats and water sport• Typical noises and smelling at the waterside Classic Boat Club • Master plan/Sketch © by urban aquaPeter Jansen • Marinas: Facility Design and Master Planning • ICOMIA World Marinas Conference • Singapore May 10th 2011
  • 10. 3.3 Waterfront planning process Development at the water Initiated by - Municipality - Investor Possible Goals Possible conflicts - Municipal water sport - Remaining industrial use - Water tourism - Central traffic route along the shore - Integration into city structur Goal- and conflict analysis - Environmental restrictions - Extending length of stay - Aims of Municipality / Investor - Height difference or high water protection - Use by activities - Ermittlung vorhandener Konflikte - water not useble for water sport - Support of gastronomy / retail - Residents are against changes - Enhance embankment quality - Lobbies want unilateral support - reduction of industrial use Analysis of water body Market analysis - Water sport suitability Site analysis - Demand potential - existing utilization - available space - Supply deficit - approval utilitazion - town planning basics - Competitor check - Environment, restrictions - regional basics - Flow, sedimentation Regional Results Site analysis Structural concept - Occupation structure - Spatial facility koncept - Development objectives - Purchasing power - Space evaluation - Facility cataloque - Trends, local + regional - Traffic structure - Mission statement - Market structure in general - High water risks - Economic - analysis - Market strukture water sport - site conditions - Company- and industrial - previous plannings structure - existing embankments - Environment, restrictions process Master plan - Spatial usage concept - Implementation stepsPeter Jansen • Marinas: Facility Design and Master Planning • ICOMIA World Marinas Conference • Singapore May 10th 2011
  • 11. 3.4. Waterfront Master plan objectives - Land use• protect and enhance marine character and role for marina-related leisure and recreation.• secure a true balanced mix of land uses, with particular emphasis on boating, leisure, tourism, retail and commercial uses.• site enhance for tourism and leisure of city and seafront for residents and visitors.• be careful in using unused areas, try to keep nature or re-nature wherever possible• Integrate site into surrounding, city or nature, with careful connection for both City Harbor Oldenburg • Market analysis © urban aquaPeter Jansen • Marinas: Facility Design and Master Planning • ICOMIA World Marinas Conference • Singapore May 10th 2011
  • 12. 3.4. Waterfront Master plan objectives - Linkages• improve pedestrian and public transport linkages between Marina and City Centre.• secure visual and pedestrian connections to the sea and harbour areas of Marina.• ensure vitality and animation for pedestrians through recreation, leisure, retail and commercial uses, with particular City Harbor Oldenburg • Project timeline emphasis on main gateways. © urban aqua• improve linkages through development of Green Infrastructure Network.Peter Jansen • Marinas: Facility Design and Master Planning • ICOMIA World Marinas Conference • Singapore May 10th 2011
  • 13. 3.4. Waterfront Master plan objectives - Development• secure high quality buildings, townscape and public realm.• ensure significant enhancement of general accessibility to the Marina.• improve legibility, permeability and connectivity for pedestrians.• ensure key linkage areas of a high quality and ensure consistent approach.• ensure successful integration of existing and proposed developments.• create cohesive sustainable City Harbor Oldenburg • Facility concept communities, ensue social © urban aqua infrastructurePeter Jansen • Marinas: Facility Design and Master Planning • ICOMIA World Marinas Conference • Singapore May 10th 2011
  • 14. 3.4. Waterfront Master plan objectives - Ecology• protect, enhance and improve environment of sites and open water areas.• ensure protection of existing maritime habitats, which may be an important source of seed and rare plants.• enhance wildlife corridor to the water with particular regard to birds or beetles.• maintain, enhance, restore or add existing biodiversity. City Harbor Oldenburg • Site analysis 2010 © urban aquaPeter Jansen • Marinas: Facility Design and Master Planning • ICOMIA World Marinas Conference • Singapore May 10th 2011
  • 15. 3.4. Waterfront Master plan objectives - Environment• ensure development accords with flood risk, also regarding coastal defences.• ensure Marina use sustainable waste management and innovative solutions to recycling and waste storage.• ensure that development minimises energy use by renewable energy and carbon dioxide emissions through highly energy efficient design.• offer for free all waste facilities for boats, including bilge and black waterCity Harbor Oldenburg • Master plan© urban aquaPeter Jansen • Marinas: Facility Design and Master Planning • ICOMIA World Marinas Conference • Singapore May 10th 2011
  • 16. 3.3 Waterfront examples Palma de Mallorca, SpainPeter Jansen • Marinas: Facility Design and Master Planning • ICOMIA World Marinas Conference • Singapore May 10th 2011
  • 17. Florianopolis, BrasilPeter Jansen • Marinas: Facility Design and Master Planning • ICOMIA World Marinas Conference • Singapore May 10th 2011
  • 18. Göteborg, SwedenPeter Jansen • Marinas: Facility Design and Master Planning • ICOMIA World Marinas Conference • Singapore May 10th 2011
  • 19. Duisburg, GermanyPeter Jansen • Marinas: Facility Design and Master Planning • ICOMIA World Marinas Conference • Singapore May 10th 2011
  • 20. Barcelona, SpainPeter Jansen • Marinas: Facility Design and Master Planning • ICOMIA World Marinas Conference • Singapore May 10th 2011
  • 21. London Docklands, UKPeter Jansen • Marinas: Facility Design and Master Planning • ICOMIA World Marinas Conference • Singapore May 10th 2011
  • 22. 4.1 Why Marina design criteria?• Adaptation to a fast changing leisure time behavior• Offering new disciplines also in water sports• Making already famous facilities even more attractive• Higher attraction for new customers• Increasing the degree of fame, USP, Publicity• Increasing the profit by additional offers• Synergetic effects with related institutions• Taking contemporary designs into account• Enhancing leisure networks of local tourismPeter Jansen • Marinas: Facility Design and Master Planning • ICOMIA World Marinas Conference • Singapore May 10th 2011
  • 23. 4.2 Required frame conditions• Expansion areas (water, property) hard ground, no risk of settlement, sinking or shear failure• Legal regulation (conservation of the environment, town planning, shipping companies …)• Implementation into planned or already existing actions of the council, other marinas …• Economic operation of the additional offer (operator, additional rental income …)• Acts as catalyst with synergy effects• Long-term demand for water sport activities by attractive and sustainable water sport preserve• Compatibility of the new facility with existing use• Existing financial means (architectural, structural)Peter Jansen • Marinas: Facility Design and Master Planning • ICOMIA World Marinas Conference • Singapore May 10th 2011
  • 24. 5.1 Architectural infrastructure – on the water• Recreation/activity areas on jetties Recumbency area (e.g. jacuzzi, pool, lounge/bar, sandy areas with loungers, group of seats with awning, pool…)• Technical infrastructure (e.g. W-LAN, satellite connection, drinkable water, telephone …)• Rubbish management (port reception facilities directive)• Seaflex instead of piles: flexible and in visual Jetty, illuminated• Longer and wider outrigger• Higher freeboard for larger boatsPeter Jansen • Marinas: Facility Design and Master Planning • ICOMIA World Marinas Conference • Singapore May 10th 2011
  • 25. 5.2 Architectural infrastructure – on shore• Recreation area, possibility of using the stretch Water sided bar of water• Maritime shopping according to the target group• Areas for camping the trailer• Infrastructure for children (animation, child care)• Infrastructure for seniors (free entrances)• Structural networking with connection offers Representative lounge (connecting routes, visual/funct. transparency)• Spatial integration of water by canals, harbor square or shore promenade• Create suspense between water and landscape, create areas for stay at the watersidePeter Jansen • Marinas: Facility Design and Master Planning • ICOMIA World Marinas Conference • Singapore May 10th 2011
  • 26. 6.1 Detailed project example Ground level Construction site Marina Asselt, NL © urban aquaPeter Jansen • Marinas: Facility Design and Master Planning • ICOMIA World Marinas Conference • Singapore May 10th 2011
  • 27. Landing stage bar/lounge, Marina Asselt, NL Head of landing stage as a viewpoint Terrasse/Lounge Yacht harbor Master plan Marina Asselt, NL © urban aquaPeter Jansen • Marinas: Facility Design and Master Planning • ICOMIA World Marinas Conference • Singapore May 10th 2011
  • 28. 7. Final Statements• Develop a marina of the highest quality, offering a unique lifestyle opportunity• Needs for more service and quality, offer boat owners service and maintenance facilities beyond their expectations• Needs according to target groups, market situation and competitors• Needs verified by analysis of actual situation and goal• No blind activism as if to say „The more the better“• Service and quality often mean increased prices• Never force more service and quality no matter how much it costs, if the target group or the market doesn‘t agree with it• Water sports is an important and growing economic factor in tourism• Connection water sports and tourism increases the number of tourists and economic power to a very high degree• Trips to other marinas nearby increase the demand• Lead number of tourist and invite them into the MarinaPeter Jansen • Marinas: Facility Design and Master Planning • ICOMIA World Marinas Conference • Singapore May 10th 2011
  • 29. 8.1 Technical design details – Bad examples Jetty with „obstacle“ User-friendly Slip ramp Central pillar Customized Freeboard Representative entrancePeter Jansen • Marinas: Facility Design and Master Planning • ICOMIA World Marinas Conference • Singapore May 10th 2011
  • 30. 8.2 Technical design details - Marina facilities Dry Storage with boat lift Travel lift Anchor system SeaflexPeter Jansen • Marinas: Facility Design and Master Planning • ICOMIA World Marinas Conference • Singapore May 10th 2011
  • 31. Small slip with crane High quality jetty Dry Stack storage Floating fuel station Modern boat service hallPeter Jansen • Marinas: Facility Design and Master Planning • ICOMIA World Marinas Conference • Singapore May 10th 2011
  • 32. Stainless steel entrance/access control Pile with fender SOS telephone Comfortable pontoon width Dray wagon at the jettyPeter Jansen • Marinas: Facility Design and Master Planning • ICOMIA World Marinas Conference • Singapore May 10th 2011
  • 33. a company of Dr.-Ing. Peter Jansen Dipl.-Ing. Stephan Menn Humboldtstraße 40 D - 40237 Düsseldorf Phone: + 49.211.96895.0 Fax. + 49.211.96895.20 Thank’s a lot for your attention.© for all designs and sketches by JANSEN MENN AC www.jansen-menn-ac.com www.urban-aqua.com Peter Jansen • Marinas: Facility Design and Master Planning • ICOMIA World Marinas Conference • Singapore May 10th 2011