Kings West Swim Club -Demolition and RestorationA FCPA Partnership ProjectBraddock DistrictProject No. SD-000031-089
Description and Overview:This is a partnership project between Fairfax County Park Authority (FCPA) and Fairfax County Dep...
Kings West Swim Club – 4803 Tapestry DriveSite LimitsKings West Swim Club – Demolition & RestorationTax Map No. 68-2Fairfa...
Pre-existing Condition
Pre- existing Condition
Demolition
Demolition
Bio-retention Area
Trees and Shrubs Planting
Post Construction
Post Construction
For additional Information, please callIrene Haske, Public Information Officer703-324-5821, TTY 711SWPDmail@fairfaxcounty....
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Kings West Swim Club Demolition and Restoration-May 2013

  1. 1. Kings West Swim Club -Demolition and RestorationA FCPA Partnership ProjectBraddock DistrictProject No. SD-000031-089
  2. 2. Description and Overview:This is a partnership project between Fairfax County Park Authority (FCPA) and Fairfax County Department of PublicWorks and Environmental Services (DPWES). The property is located at 4803 Tapestry Drive in Fairfax County.The project’s main goal is to transform the defunct Kings West Swim Club land into an environmental resource that will providewater quality enhancement and additional Park Authority-maintained area for the surrounding community.Project Scope of Work:• Existing structures were demolished to reduce the impervious surfaces within the site.• A bio-retention media (specially engineered filter soil was backfilled in the former pool locations) was incorporated tohelp improve stormwater runoff quality.• Site was landscaped with native plants – trees, shrubs, and seed mixes to help re-establish naturalized environmentsand habitats along Rabbit Branch.• To provide visitor access, the existing asphalt trail was extended through the site to connect with the existing TapestryDrive sidewalk.DPWES and Park Authority Project Team:• Project Manager, DPWES – Rose Barrie• Project Manager, PA - Isabel Villarroel• Area 4 Manager, PA - Ed Richardson• Section Supervisor, PA - Timothy Scott• Construction Manager, DPWES – Yudhie Brownson• Project Inspectors, DPWES – Joseph Adzovie & Paul Thaler• Survey Analyst, DPWES - Gregory Harper & Michael PerryProject Details
  3. 3. Kings West Swim Club – 4803 Tapestry DriveSite LimitsKings West Swim Club – Demolition & RestorationTax Map No. 68-2Fairfax, Virginia
  4. 4. Pre-existing Condition
  5. 5. Pre- existing Condition
  6. 6. Demolition
  7. 7. Demolition
  8. 8. Bio-retention Area
  9. 9. Trees and Shrubs Planting
  10. 10. Post Construction
  11. 11. Post Construction
  12. 12. For additional Information, please callIrene Haske, Public Information Officer703-324-5821, TTY 711SWPDmail@fairfaxcounty.govwww.fairfaxcounty.gov/dpwes

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