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National Capital Planning Commission Consulting Party Meeting Presentation on the Modernization of the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library, Washington, D.C.

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Mlk library cp mtg #5 slides 2016 08 23_hi res (1)

  1. 1. August 24, 2016 Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library Rehabilitation and Modernization Section 106 Consulting Party Meeting August 24, 2016
  2. 2. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 2August 24, 2016 1. Process Update 2. Consulting Party Comments 3. Design Update 4. Memorandum of Agreement 5. Project Schedule Meeting Agenda
  3. 3. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 3August 24, 2016 Process Update Meeting #1 10/2014 Meeting #2 11/2014 Meeting #3 07/2015 Meeting #4 12/2015 Meeting #5 08/2016 Section106 Informational Presentation 12/2014 NCPCCFAHPRB Concept Review 01/2016 Informational Presentation 01/2015 Concept Review 07/2015 Informational Presentation 01/2015 Concept Review 072015 Response to CP Comments 05/2016
  4. 4. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 4August 24, 2016 Consulting Party Comments Design Approach & Library Program Design Guidelines DC Archives Co-location Building Program Community Alliances Space Planning & Adjacencies Building Exterior & Site Exterior Curtain Wall East Ramp and Plaza G Street Plaza Building Interior Vestibule and Cores Great Hall Digital Commons Upper Floor Corridor Walls Auditorium Accessibility and Circulation Martin Luther King, Jr. Exhibit and Memorial New and Existing Furniture Small-Scale Features Interior Finishes Lighting
  5. 5. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 5August 24, 2016 Building Exterior & Site 1. Exterior Curtain Wall 2. East Ramp and Plaza 3. G Street Plaza
  6. 6. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 6August 24, 2016 Exterior Curtain Wall BUILDING ENVELOPE - EXISTING
  7. 7. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 7August 24, 2016 Exterior Curtain Wall Steel Coating Mock-ups Glass Mock-up Locations Steel Coating Mock-ups
  8. 8. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 8August 24, 2016 East Ramp and Plaza Existing Conditions
  9. 9. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 9August 24, 2016 East Ramp and Plaza t Floor Diagram loading dock vestibule cafe digital commons meeting rooms program space Great Hall digital commons staff cafe patio popular library DC visitor center 0' 16' 32' 64' N FIRST FLOOR PLAN PAGE 5 N LUTHER KING JR. MEMORIAL LIBRARY REHABILITATION AND MODERNIZATION RANDUM OF AGREEMENT DRAFT - APPENDIX A First Floor Plan Detail Current ProposalDecember 2015 Option #1
  10. 10. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 10August 24, 2016 G Street Plaza SITE WALLS AT G STREET LOGGIA EXISTING SITUATION PROPOSED SITUATION Design Concepts
  11. 11. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 11August 24, 2016 Building Interior 1. Vestibule and Cores 2. Great Hall 3. Digital Commons 4. Upper Floor Corridor Walls 5. Auditorium Accessibility and Circulation 6. Martin Luther King, Jr. Exhibit and Memorial 7. New and Existing Furniture 8. Small-Scale Features 9. Interior Finishes 10. Lighting
  12. 12. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 12August 24, 2016 Existing Conditions May 2014 Proposal Vestibule and Cores December 2015 Proposal
  13. 13. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 13August 24, 2016 Current Proposal Vestibule and Cores
  14. 14. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 14August 24, 2016 December 2015 Options Presented Current Proposal Opposite Wall Shown Vestibule and Cores
  15. 15. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 15August 24, 2016 Great Hall December 2015 Proposal Current Proposal
  16. 16. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 16August 24, 2016 Great Hall Current Proposal
  17. 17. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 17August 24, 2016 December 2015 Proposal Current Proposal Digital Commons
  18. 18. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 18August 24, 2016 Current Proposal Digital Commons
  19. 19. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 19August 24, 2016 Current Proposal - Third Floor December 2015 Proposal Upper Floor Corridor Walls Current Proposal - Second Floor
  20. 20. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 20August 24, 2016 Auditorium Accessibility & Circulation DIGITAL COMMONS GREAT HALL LOADING DOCK DC WELCOME CENTER Public Elevators Layout and General Information * Handling capacity is an approximation based on industry standards provided by Lerch Bates G PLACE G STREET 9THSTREET N Not to Scale E6 (Shared, Public & Staff) E7 E1E2 E3 Elevator # Speed Proposed Existing Proposed Existing Proposed Existing Proposed Existing Proposed Existing Proposed E1 4000 lbs 2,500 lbs 7'-8" x 5'-5" 6'-1" x 3'-10" 42sf 23sf 15 10 Yes No 350fpm E2 4000 lbs 2,500 lbs 7'-8" x 5'-5" 6'-1" x 3'-10" 42sf 23sf 15 10 Yes No 350fpm E3 2,100 lbs 2,500 lbs 5'-8" x 4'-3" 6'-1" x 3'-10" 24sf 23sf 10 10 No No 350fpm E6 5000 lbs N/A 7'-5" x 5'-8" N/A 42sf N/A 15 N/A Yes No 350fpm E7 2,100 lbs 2,500 lbs 5'-8" x 4'-3" 6'-1" x 3'-10" 24sf 23sf 10 10 No No 350fpm ADA CompliantCapacity Car Size Car Area Maximum Handling Capacity per Trip*
  21. 21. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 21August 24, 2016 Auditorium Accessibility & Circulation PUBLIC ELEVATOR HANDLING CAPACITY DURING PEAK HOURS: 120 PERSONS EVERY 5 MINUTES PUBLIC ELEVATOR HANDLING CAPACITY DURING AUDITORIUM PERFORMANCE ONLY: 325 PERSONS EVERY 5 MINUTES NOTE: All calculations are approximations based on industry standards provided by Lerch Bates as referenced in the Vertical Transportation Analysis Report for the Renovation of the Martin Luther King Jr Library issued July 01, 2016. Provides "Good" Level of service Assumes intermediate stops within a single round trip Total for all public elevators Provides service for 100% of the Auditorium population Assumes NO intermediate stops in a single round trip Total for all public elevators
  22. 22. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 22August 24, 2016 Library Program Design Approach PASSIVE ACTIVE QUIET LOUDPUBLIC STAFF COMMMUNITY / ASSEMBLY
  23. 23. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 23August 24, 2016 Design Guidelines/ Historic Structure Report MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. MEMORIAL LIBRARY DESIGN GUIDELINES
  24. 24. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 24August 24, 2016 Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) 1. NCPC determined that the project would cause adverse effects on the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library and DCSHPO concurred. 2. A Memorandum of Agreement documents measures to avoid, minimize, and mitigate adverse effects. 3. Signatories: • NCPC • DCPL • DCSHPO 4. Draft MOA distributed with Environmental Assessment on August 2, 2016.
  25. 25. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 25August 24, 2016 The MOA identifies topics for additional consultation: 1. Building envelope and glazing 2. Enclosures in west reading rooms 3. Lighting 4. Landscape 5. Material finishes – interior public spaces 6. Small scale features 7. Art commissions – exterior and interior 8. Signage 9. Exhibit Space 10. New elements for 1st floor landmarked space Design Consultation Consulting Party Comments: Martin Luther King, Jr. Exhibit and Memorial New and Existing Furniture Small-Scale Features Interior Finishes Lighting Landscape
  26. 26. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 26August 24, 2016 Martin Luther King, Jr./Mies van der Rohe Exhibits 1. A permanent exhibit to honor King and his work in D.C. as well as Mies van der Rohe and the building’s historical and architectural significance. An online/web-based resource on the history of the MLK Library 1. To include information on the rehabilitation design and process. Video Interpretation of MLK Library 1. A video on the historic significance of the MLK Library within the context of the work of Mies van der Rohe. Mitigation
  27. 27. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 27August 24, 2016 Architectural Salvage and Preservation 1. A plan for the salvage, reintegration, and/or preservation of existing building elements and materials that were identified as character-defining features in the MLK Library Design Guidelines. Historic American Building Survey (HABS) Documentation 1. HABS Level 1 documentation on the MLK Library building. Mitigation
  28. 28. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 28August 24, 2016 D.C. Archaeological Collections Storage and Exhibit Space 1. Collections Agreement Plan (CAP) to store all, or a portion of, the DCSHPO-owned and managed archaeological collection (archaeological collection) within the MLK Library. 2. A portion of the MLK Library exhibit spaces will be used to create temporary exhibits utilizing a portion of the DCHPO’s archaeological collections. Mitigation
  29. 29. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 29August 24, 2016 EA Comment Period August 2 - September 6 Finalize MOA August-September 2016 NCPC Preliminary and Final Review October 6, 2016* CFA Final Review October 20, 2016 * NCPC final review in October 2016 is dependent on completion of NEPA and Section 106 documentation. Project Schedule
  30. 30. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 30August 24, 2016 This presentation will be posted to the NCPC website at: www.ncpc.gov/project/mlklibrary Consulting parties and the public may submit questions or comments on these materials by Tuesday, September 6, 2016 (Public comment period for the EA closes on September 6) Comments and questions can be addressed to: Jennifer Hirsch, Federal Preservation Officer, NCPC jennifer.hirsch@ncpc.gov Opportunities for Comment
  31. 31. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 31August 24, 2016 Reference Floor Plans
  32. 32. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 32August 24, 2016 B LEVEL PLAN Parking 0' 16' 32' 64' N B- LEVEL PLAN PAGE 3 ARTIN LUTHER KING JR. MEMORIAL LIBRARY REHABILITATION AND MODERNIZATION EMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT DRAFT - APPENDIX A B Level Floor Plan
  33. 33. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 33August 24, 2016 A-Level creative lab back of house staff area fabrication lab public restrooms back of house staff area 0' 16' 32' 64' N A- LEVEL PLAN PAGE 4 ARTIN LUTHER KING JR. MEMORIAL LIBRARY REHABILITATION AND MODERNIZATION EMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT DRAFT - APPENDIX AA Level Floor Plan
  34. 34. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 34August 24, 2016 1st Floor Diagram loading dock vestibule cafe digital commons meeting rooms program space Great Hall digital commons staff cafe patio popular library DC visitor center 0' 16' 32' 64' N FIRST FLOOR PLAN PAGE 5 ARTIN LUTHER KING JR. MEMORIAL LIBRARY REHABILITATION AND MODERNIZATION EMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT DRAFT - APPENDIX AFirst Floor Plan
  35. 35. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 35August 24, 2016 2nd Floor Diagram public restrooms public restroomsback of house staff area teen area center for accessibility staff adult literacy staff children’s area children’s area staff center for accessibility computer learning adult literacy community alliances computer learning 0' 16' 32' 64' N SECOND FLOOR PLAN PAGE 7 ARTIN LUTHER KING JR. MEMORIAL LIBRARY REHABILITATION AND MODERNIZATION EMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT DRAFT - APPENDIX A Second Floor Plan
  36. 36. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 36August 24, 2016 3rd Floor Diagram public restrooms public restroomsback of house staff area executive offices adult collection staff adult collection adult collection collaboration / co working / study spaces 0' 16' 32' 64' N THIRD FLOOR PLAN PAGE 8 ARTIN LUTHER KING JR. MEMORIAL LIBRARY REHABILITATION AND MODERNIZATION EMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT DRAFT - APPENDIX A Third Floor Plan
  37. 37. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 37August 24, 2016 4th Floor Diagram public restrooms public restroomsback of house staff area special collections void to 3rd floor exhibition spaceexhibition space conference center special collections auditorium main entrance auditorium main entrance auditorium 0' 16' 32' 64' N FOURTH FLOOR PLAN PAGE 9 ARTIN LUTHER KING JR. MEMORIAL LIBRARY REHABILITATION AND MODERNIZATION EMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT DRAFT - APPENDIX AFourth Floor Plan
  38. 38. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C. 38August 24, 2016 5th Floor Diagram mechanical catering kitchenpublic restrooms auditorium break-out area staff lounge events space public roof garden 0' 16' 32' 64' N FIFTH FLOOR PLAN PAGE 10 ARTIN LUTHER KING JR. MEMORIAL LIBRARY REHABILITATION AND MODERNIZATION EMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT DRAFT - APPENDIX AFifth Floor Plan

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