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Hearst Park & Pool Project Community Meeting (February 15, 2017)

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Hearst Park & Pool Project Community Meeting (February 15, 2017)

  1. 1. Powered by Hearst Park & Pool Project Community Meeting Wednesday, February 15, 2017
  2. 2. AGENDA 1. Survey Results 2. Design & Permit Process • Design Guidelines & Procedure • Permit 3. Next Steps Rules of the Road Welcome! Thank you for your participation. • Please Hold all questions until the end of the presentation. • Sign-In Before you leave.
  3. 3. Hearst Park and Pool Summary • Survey was released on November 15, 2016 • Last Day to respond to survey was November 30, 2016 • DPR and DGS received 1,172 responses to the survey • 42% of respondents live within a mile of Hearst, 36% live less than a mile and 20% live within 5 miles • 73.46% of the respondents are families, 10.49% are empty nesters and 7.68% are couples with no children • 906 respondents answered the question about the pool. 266 respondents skips the question. Of those that answered below are the results:  76% for the pool  9% against the pool  14% undecided
  4. 4. Gender Identification (Optional) Answered: 969 Skipped: 203
  5. 5. Describe your Family Structure (Choose One) Answered: 1,172 Skipped: 0
  6. 6. How many children live in your home under the age of 18? Answered: 1,172 Skipped: 0
  7. 7. Please share your age range with us. (Choose one) Answered: 1,172 Skipped: 0
  8. 8. How close is your residence to the Hearst Park? (Choose one) Answered: 1,172 Skipped: 0
  9. 9. How often do you visit Hearst Park? (Choose one) Answered: 1,172 Skipped: 0
  10. 10. If you do not currently use the Park, would you if the Park were to be modernized with or without a pool? Answered: 906 Skipped: 266
  11. 11. What activities do you and/or your family members use Hearst Park for? (May choose multiple answers) Answered: 881 Skipped: 291
  12. 12. What type of athletic field do you prefer? (Choose one) Answered: 1,172 Skipped: 0 Total Artificial Turf: 34 % Total Natural Turf: 66%
  13. 13. Should an outdoor pool and pool house be constructed at Hearst Park? Answered: 1,164 Skipped: 8
  14. 14. If you prefer the Hearst Project to include a outdoor pool, what elements would you like to see the pool include? Answered: 908 Skipped: 264
  15. 15. Of the three options presented above, please choose the option that is more favorable to you. Answered: 973 Skipped: 199
  16. 16. Colors for new park's amenities (Site furniture, signage water fountains, pathways, and structures) Please select one: Answered: 933 Skipped: 239
  17. 17. Color intensity - Please select one: Answered: 947 Skipped: 225
  18. 18. Color schemes - Please select one: Answered: 939 Skipped: 233
  19. 19. Preferred materials for structures - Please select all that are preferred: Answered: 881 Skipped: 291
  20. 20. Preferred materials for pathways and walkways - Please select all that are preferred: Answered: 921 Skipped: 251
  21. 21. Preferred materials for pathways and walkways - Please select all that are preferred: Answered: 921 Skipped: 251
  22. 22. Preferred style for park amenities (amenities include site furniture, signage, water fountains, pathways and structures): Answered: 931 Skipped: 241
  23. 23. Preferred park features - Please select all that are preferred: Answered: 817 Skipped: 355
  24. 24. Water features - Please select all that are preferred: Answered: 820 Skipped: 352
  25. 25. Landscaping features - Please select all that are preferred: Answered: 955 Skipped: 217 Flowers
  26. 26. Green Infrastructure - Please select all that are preferred: Answered: 899 Skipped: 273
  27. 27. Green Infrastructure - Please select all that are preferred: Answered: 899 Skipped: 273
  28. 28. Design Guidelines • Community Input • Existing Condition Surveys • Engineering Surveys • Engineering Calculations & Design Best Practices • DC Department of the Environment (DOEE) • DOEE - Low Impact Development (LID) Construction and Maintenance Guidance Manual • Sustainable DC • DC Historic Preservation Office (HPO) • DC Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA)
  29. 29. Site Investigation • Civil Survey - Complete • Tree Survey - Complete • Summary of findings • Phase 1 Archeological Survey - Complete • Geotechnical Investigation - Pending • Considerations • Soil Conditions - Borings • Hydrology
  30. 30. Site Investigation – Civil Survey
  31. 31. Site Investigation – Tree Survey
  32. 32. Site Investigation – Borings Option 1
  33. 33. Site Investigation – Borings Option 2
  34. 34. Site Investigation – Borings Option 3
  35. 35. Sports Facilities: Regulation Soccer Field (Opt 1 & 3) 56y x 112y Per National Federation of High School Associations Standards (NFHSA)
  36. 36. Sports Facilities: Small Soccer Field (Opt 2) 55y x 87y Length does not meet NFHSA min. standard of 100 Yards
  37. 37. Sports Facilities: Dual Tennis Courts 78ft x 36ft courts Per US Tennis Association Standards
  38. 38. Site Comparisons: Benning Aquatic Park – Ward 7 - 6 Lanes - Pool + Deck Area : 22,300 SF - Large Pool = 5,800 sf - Small Pool = 1,840 sf - Deck to Pools Ratio = 2 : 1 Proposed 25 Yard x 6 Lane (7ft lanes) Pool per US Swimming Regulations Pool + Deck Area = 10,800 sf Pool = 3,150 sf Splash Pad = 900 sf Pool House = 3,500 sf Deck to Pool Ratio = 2 : 1
  39. 39. Site Comparisons: Douglass Pool House – Ward 8 Scale= 1” = 20’ - 6 Lanes - Pool + Deck Area : 16,370 SF - Large Pool = 4,298 sf - Pool House = 4,050 sf - Deck to Pools Ratio = 2.8 : 1 Proposed 25 Yard x 6 Lane (7ft lanes) Pool per US Swimming Regulations Pool + Deck Area = 10,800 sf Pool = 3,150 sf Splash Pad = 900 sf Pool House = 3,500 sf Deck to Pool Ratio = 2 : 1
  40. 40. Site Comparisons: Harry Thomas Aquatic Center – Ward 5 Scale= 1” = 20’ - 6 Lanes - Pool + Deck Area : 22,250 SF - Large Pool = 6,700 sf - Baby Pool = 1,100 sf - Pool House = 6,900 sf - Deck to Pools Ratio = 1.6 : 1 Proposed 25 Yard x 6 Lane (7ft lanes) Pool per US Swimming Regulations Pool + Deck Area = 10,800 sf Pool = 3,150 sf Splash Pad = 900 sf Pool House = 3,500 sf Deck to Pool Ratio = 2 : 1
  41. 41. Site Comparisons: Kelly Miller Pool House – Ward 7 Scale= 1” = 20’ - 6 Lanes - Pool + Deck Area : 22,560 SF - Large Pool = 5,780 sf - Baby Pool = 860 sf - Pool House = 4,800 sf - Deck to Pools Ratio = 2.4 : 1 Proposed 25 Yard x 6 Lane (7ft lanes) Pool per US Swimming Regulations Pool + Deck Area = 10,800 sf Pool = 3,150 sf Splash Pad = 900 sf Pool House = 3,500 sf Deck to Pool Ratio = 2 : 1
  42. 42. Site Comparisons: Langdon Pool House – Ward 5 Scale= 1” = 20’ Proposed 25 Yard x 6 Lane (7ft lanes) Pool per US Swimming Regulations Pool + Deck Area = 10,800 sf Pool = 3,150 sf Splash Pad = 900 sf Pool House = 3,500 sf Deck to Pool Ratio = 2 : 1 - 6 Lanes - Pool + Deck Area : 16,500 SF - Large Pool = 4,800 sf - Pool House = 5,600 sf - Deck to Pool Ratio = 2.4 : 1
  43. 43. Site Comparisons: Theodore Hagans Aquatic Center – Ward 5 - 6 Lanes - Pool + Deck Area : 4,898 sf Scale= 1” = 20’ Proposed 25 Yard x 6 Lane (7ft lanes) Pool per US Swimming Regulations Pool + Deck Area = 10,800 sf Pool = 3,150 sf Splash Pad = 900 sf Pool House = 3,500 sf Deck to Pool Ratio = 2 : 1 - 6 Lanes - Pool + Deck Area : 9,600 SF - Large Pool = 3,500 sf - Pool House = 7,560 sf - Deck to Pools Ratio = 1 : 1
  44. 44. Next Steps: - This presentation will be posted on the DGS website by Thursday, February 16, 2017. - The design team will perform Geotech studies - These studies along with the communities input will guide the final concept for the renovation of Hearst Park and Pool
  45. 45. Contact Information Department of General Services (DGS) Jackie Stanley, Community Outreach Specialist Jackie.Stanley@dc.gov Department of Parks & Recreation (DPR) Peter Nohrden, Landscape Architect Peter.Nohrden@dc.gov

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