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Land and Tree Conservation Awards Ceremony 2018

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Land and Tree Conservation Awards Ceremony 2018

  1. 1. WELCOME TO THE FAIRFAX COUNTY LAND CONSERVATION & TREE PRESERVATION AWARDS CEREMONY FAIRFAX COUNTY TREE COMMISSION FEBRUARY 22, 2019
  2. 2. WELCOME TO THE FAIRFAX COUNTY LAND CONSERVATION AWARDS 2018 Site Development and Inspections Division FAIRFAX COUNTY TREE COMMISSION In cooperation with  Northern Virginia Soil & Water Conservation District  Heavy Construction Contractors Association  Virginia Department of Environmental Quality  Fairfax County Tree Commission  Fairfax County Urban Forest Management
  3. 3. Fairfax County Land Conservation Awards February 22, 2019 Bruce McGranahan, Director Site Development and Inspections Division
  4. 4. Fairfax County Land Conservation Awards February 22, 2019 Kathy Smith, Sully District Supervisor Fairfax County Board of Supervisors
  5. 5. Fairfax County Land Conservation Awards February 22, 2019 Helman Castro, Director of Operation Land Development Services
  6. 6. Fairfax County Land Conservation Awards February 22, 2019 Tracy D. Strunk, AICP Director, Zoning Evaluation Division Department of Planning & Zoning
  7. 7. Fairfax County Land Conservation Awards February 22, 2019 Kenneth Garrison, Jr., Executive Director Heavy Construction Contractors Association
  8. 8. Fairfax County Land Conservation Awards February 22, 2019 Heavy Construction Contractors Association (HCCA)
  9. 9. Who Are We? • Northern Virginia Trade Association for companies engaged in the “heavy construction” industry. • Formed in 1957, today the HCCA is comprised of over 35,000 employees from firms across all facets of the heavy trades. • HCCA’s members represent the “full value chain” for the industry: • Underground Utility Contractors • Heavy Paving Companies • Quarries, concrete and asphalt plants • Highway and bridge builders • Site Development • Associated service and product providers to the industry
  10. 10. What do we do for our members? • Ensure good communications between member firms and the General Assembly and Municipal and Local regulatory bodies. • Lobby for legislation and are involved in regulations related to the heavy construction trades. • Keep our members appraised of important business and political issues. • Provide important training programs on a broad range of subject areas – especially in the areas of safety and regulatory compliance • Create a network or interaction within the “heavy trades” industry. •Address Workforce issues via education, training, and community awareness.
  11. 11. What do we do for the community?
  12. 12. This project included site work and paving for the second retreat house at Serve Our Willing Warriors in Prince William County. 60 HCCA firms donated ~$200,000 of labor and materials. The annual community service project is led by our HCCA Leadership Institute (HLI) class.
  13. 13. Proposed 2019 Community Service Project
  14. 14. What are our most important training classes? • VDOT Work Zone Traffic Control Certification • OSHA-10, 30 • First Aid / CPR / AED •HCCA Leadership Institute • Heavy Equipment Operator Classes – Lord Fairfax CC, Northern VA CC, Germanna CC, Piedmont Valley CC • And – an extremely relevant class focusing on…
  15. 15. Environmental Conservation and Safety VDOT Erosion and Sediment Control Contractor Certification Course
  16. 16. Complete Training Information Available at: http://www.hcca.net
  17. 17. Laura Grape Executive Director
  18. 18. Willie Woode Senior Conservation Specialist
  19. 19. Large Commercial Small Commercial* Small Single Family Residential Large Single Family Residential Infill Lot Linear Project* Special Project 2018 Land Conservation Awards Categories:
  20. 20. Large Single Family Residential PROJECTS OWNERS/DEVELOPERS Rivermont Basheer & Edgemoore, LLC Summer Creek Property Gulick Group, Inc. Retreat of McLean Toll Brothers Rockland Village Green Carr Homes West Oaks Corner, Phase I Winchester Homes, Inc. Monticello Mews, Sec. 2, Phase II Winchester Homes, Inc.
  21. 21. Large Single Family Residential: West Oaks Corner, Phase I Developer: Winchester Homes, Inc. Project Manager: Andy Swinsky Project Superintendent: Andy Swinsky Contractor: S.W. Rodgers Company, Inc. Engineering Firm: Urban Engineering, Ltd. Site Inspector: Manish Joshi
  22. 22. Large Single Family Residential: West Oaks Corner, Phase I
  23. 23. Large Single Family Residential: West Oaks Corner, Phase I Developer: Winchester Homes, Inc. Project Manager: Andy Swinsky Project Superintendent: Andy Swinsky Contractor: S.W. Rodgers Company, Inc. Engineering Firm: Urban Engineering, Ltd. Site Inspector: Manish Joshi
  24. 24. Large Single Family Residential PROJECTS OWNERS/DEVELOPERS Rivermont Basheer & Edgemoore, LLC Summer Creek Property Gulick Group, Inc. Retreat of McLean Toll Brothers Rockland Village Green Carr Homes West Oaks Corner, Phase I Winchester Homes, Inc. Monticello Mews, Sec. 2, Phase II Winchester Homes, Inc.
  25. 25. Large Single Family Residential: Rivermont Developer: Basheer & Edgemoore, LLC Project Manager: Mark Fields Project Superintendent: Mark Fields Contractor: William A. Hazel, Inc. Engineering Firm: Christopher Consultants, Ltd. Site Inspector: Bishwa Karki
  26. 26. Large Single Family Residential: Rivermont VEGETATED LIP LEVEL SPREADER DIVERSION FENCE
  27. 27. Large Single Family Residential: Rivermont Developer: Basheer & Edgemoore, LLC Project Manager: Mark Fields Project Superintendent: Mark Fields Contractor: William A. Hazel, Inc. Engineering Firm: Christopher Consultants, Ltd. Site Inspector: Bishwa Karki
  28. 28. Small Single Family Residential PROJECTS OWNERS/DEVELOPERS Ambrose Hill, Section 4 Falls Gate Neighborhoods, LLC Fairfax Farms II Kingston Royce Homes, LLC
  29. 29. Small Single Family Residential: Fairfax Farms II Developer: Kingston Royce Homes, LLC Project Manager: Rosa Brannie Project Superintendent: Kelvon Spicher Contractor: William A. Hazel, Inc. Engineering Firm: ACG, LLC Consulting Engineers Site Inspector: Satwinder Singh Saini
  30. 30. Small Single Family Residential: Fairfax Farms II
  31. 31. Small Single Family Residential: Fairfax Farms II Developer: Kingston Royce Homes, LLC Project Manager: Rosa Brannie Project Superintendent: Kelvon Spicher Contractor: William A. Hazel, Inc. Engineering Firm: ACG, LLC Consulting Engineers Site Inspector: Satwinder Singh Saini
  32. 32. Large Commercial PROJECT OWNER/DEVELOPER Expectation Church Expectation Church, Inc.
  33. 33. Large Commercial: Expectation Church Developer: Expectation Church, Inc. Project manager: Brett Miller Project Superintendent: Ridgely Jones Contractor: William A. Hazel, Inc. Engineering Firm: Smith Engineering Site Inspector: Satwinder Singh Saini
  34. 34. Large Commercial: Expectation Church
  35. 35. Large Commercial: Expectation Church Developer: Expectation Church, Inc. Project manager: Brett Miller Project Superintendent: Ridgely Jones Contractor: William A. Hazel, Inc. Engineering Firm: Smith Engineering Site Inspector: Satwinder Singh Saini
  36. 36. Infill Lot PROJECTS OWNERS/DEVELOPERS Lot 3, Section 1, Piney Run Meadow Goal Construction Corp. Lot 12, Section 1, Mantua EVG – Woodson Reserve, LLC Harvey W. Fox, Lot 5 Botero Homes Sudley Farm, Lot 16 Neighborhood VI, LLC 5923 Bush Hill Drive Ozbay Soner 6219 Hillview Avenue Kim Yen Vu
  37. 37. Infill Lot: Harvey W. Fox, Lot 5 Developer: Botero Homes Project Manager: Jorge Daniels Project Superintendent: Martin Garduno Contractor: Botero Homes Engineering Firm: INOVA Engineering Consultants, Inc. Site Inspector: Manish Joshi
  38. 38. Infill Lot: Harvey W. Fox, Lot 5
  39. 39. Infill Lot: Harvey W. Fox, Lot 5 Developer: Botero Homes Project Manager: Jorge Daniels Project Superintendent: Martin Garduno Contractor: Botero Homes Engineering Firm: INOVA Engineering Consultants, Inc. Site Inspector: Manish Joshi
  40. 40. Special Projects PROJECTS OWNERS/DEVELOPERS Full Cry Farm Northern Virginia Therapeutic Riding Program, Inc. Clemyjontri Park – Parking Lot Addition Fairfax County Park Authority
  41. 41. Special Project : Full Cry Farm Owner: Northern Virginia Therapeutic Riding Program, Inc. Project Manager: Adrienne Morrone Project Superintendent: Adrienne Morrone Contractor: Ricky L. Brown, Inc. Engineering Firm: Bowman Consulting Group, LTD Site Inspector: Ebrahim Nour
  42. 42. Special Project : Full Cry Farm
  43. 43. Special Project : Full Cry Farm Owner: Northern Virginia Therapeutic Riding Program, Inc. Project Manager: Adrienne Morrone Project Superintendent: Adrienne Morrone Contractor: Ricky L. Brown, Inc. Engineering Firm: Bowman Consulting Group, LTD Site Inspector: Ebrahim Nour
  44. 44. Outstanding Engineering Firm Christopher Consultants, Ltd. Rivermont For
  45. 45. Outstanding Superintendent Mark Fields Rivermont For
  46. 46. Outstanding Contractor William A. Hazel, Inc. Rivermont For And For Botero Homes Harvey W. Fox, Lot 5
  47. 47. Outstanding Developer/Owner Rivermont For Basheer & Edgemoore, LLC
  48. 48. Harvey W. Fox, Lot 5 Developer: Botero Homes Project Manager: Jorge Daniels Project Superintendent: Martin Garduno Contractor: Botero Homes Engineering Firm: INOVA Engineering Consultants, Inc. Site Inspector: Manish Joshi Best Environmentally Sensitive Site:
  49. 49. Best Protected Environmentally Sensitive Site: Basheer & Edgemoore, LLC for Rivermont Developer: Basheer & Edgemoore, LLC Project manager: Mark Fields Project Superintendent: Mark Fields Contractor: William A. Hazel, Inc. Engineering Firm: Christopher Consultants. Ltd. Site Inspector: Bishwa Karki
  50. 50. Presenting the E & S Winners for 2018 Bruce McGranahan, Director Site Development and Inspections Division
  51. 51. Fairfax County Land Conservation Awards Outstanding Erosion and Sediment Control Reviewers of the year: Joe Arseneau – North Branch Julianne Moyer – Central Branch Ambachew Nigatu, P.E. – South Branch
  52. 52. Fairfax County Land Conservation Awards Outstanding Erosion and Sediment Control Inspector of the year: Italo Barcelli – North Branch Catie Iacovino – Central Branch Ayman Al-Amery– South Branch
  53. 53. Fairfax County Tree Conservation Awards Robert Vickers, Chairman Fairfax County Tree Commission
  54. 54. Fairfax County Tree Conservation Awards Brian Keightley, Director Urban Forest Management Division
  55. 55. Fairfax County Tree Conservation Awards Hugh Whitehead, Urban Forester III Urban Forest Management Division
  56. 56. Presented by Fairfax County Tree Commission and Fairfax County Urban Forest Management Division
  57. 57. Tree Preservation Awards  Reston Eastgate (Hunter Mill) General Dynamics  12495 Ox Trail (Sully) Quaker Custom Homes, LLC  Lot 501 New Alexandria (Mt. Vernon) Marc Mussoline  Reserve at Oakview (Mason) Evergreene Homes Tree Planting Awards  Reserve at Oakview (Mason) Evergreene Homes Tree Preservation Recognition  Piney Run (Lee) Piney Run Elm Investments  Rivermont (Dranesville) Basheer/Edgemoore-Brooks, LLC
  58. 58. Reston Eastgate Developer/Owner: General Dynamics Engineer: Urban, Ltd. General Contractor: Hitt Contracting Tree Preservation Consultant: Urban, Ltd. Tree Preservation Contractor: Titan Tree Care
  59. 59. Overall tree inventory contributed to the building location/orientation and driveway location Asphalt trail in western end of site was field located to maximize tree preservation
  60. 60. • Project Arborist worked very closely with clearing company and site company to minimize damage to tree preservation areas during clearing and grading activities. • Adjustments made in the field to include additional trees in preservation areas. • Tree preservation fence was moved into the LOD to protect more critical root zones of trees to be preserved.
  61. 61. • Air spade was used to expose roots and minimize root damage • Project Arborist cut roots by hand as needed or used a specialized root pruner • Organic liquid bio-stimulants were applied to all root pruned areas to stimulate new root growth and minimize stress to trees
  62. 62. Titan Tree Care removed all the trees and downed debris in the tree preservation areas or adjacent to LOD by hand to avoid impacts to trees to be preserved.
  63. 63. 12495 Ox Trail Developer: Quaker Custom Homes, LLC Engineer: Lawrence H. Spilman Tree Preservation Consultant: TNT Environmental, Inc. Tree Preservation Contractor: Quaker Custom Homes, Inc.
  64. 64. Pre-development bird’s eye Pre-development street view
  65. 65. Tree preservation area exceeds critical root zone Tree preservation signage conveys strong message
  66. 66. Lot 501 New Alexandria Developer: Marc Mussoline Engineer: Dominion Surveyors, Inc. Tree Preservation Consultant: Tree Preservation Consultants, LLC Tree Preservation Contractor: Bergrad Trails
  67. 67. Construction phase from back of lot • Mulch installed around mature trees to optimize conditions for root growth Construction phase street view • Portions of demolition done by hand to minimize root zone impacts in sensitive areas • Root protection pads used to minimize soil compaction
  68. 68. Tree pruned appropriately for clearance Trees meet post-development standards
  69. 69. Reserve at Oakview Developer: Evergreene Homes Engineer: Land Design Consultants General Contractor: Total Development Solutions, LLC Tree Preservation Consultant: Engineering Consulting Services LLC Tree Preservation Contractor: Ashton Manor Environmental
  70. 70. Site exceeded Tree Preservation Target by 14,674 sq.ft. Exceeded 10-yr. Tree Canopy Req. by 22,733 sq.ft. Tree preservation throughout perimeter
  71. 71. Mulch over preserved area to optimize conditions for regrowth of root zone Work in tree preservation area required to meet stormwater management requirement all done by hand
  72. 72. Reserve at Oakview Developer: Evergreene Homes General Contractor: Total Development Solutions, LLC Landscape Architect: Land Design Consultants Landscape Contractor: Ashton Manor Environmental
  73. 73. Planting at edge of tree preservation areas to supplement preserved tree canopy and increase buffering capacity between subject site and adjacent lots Appropriate species Good planting practices
  74. 74. Rivermont (Dranesville) Basheer/Edgemoore-Brooks, LLC Piney Run (Lee) Piney Run Elm Development
  75. 75. Applicant has demonstrated a continued focus on tree preservation and has made adjusted to reduce impacts to natural features
  76. 76. Collaborated closely with County staff Adjusted trail to minimize impacts to existing trees and maintain buffers adjacent to stream Enhanced wildlife habitat
  77. 77. Minimum Tree Preservation Target: 187,634 sq. ft. Total Canopy Area Provided with Tree Preservation: 505,508 sq. ft. 10-yr. Tree Canopy Requirement: 651,780 sq. ft. Total 10-yr. Tree Canopy Provided: 652,648 sq. ft.
  78. 78. Tree Preservation Awards  Reston Eastgate (Hunter Mill) General Dynamics  12495 Ox Trail (Sully) Quaker Custom Homes, LLC  Lot 501 New Alexandria (Mt. Vernon) Marc Mussoline  Reserve at Oakview (Mason) Evergreene Homes Tree Planting Awards  Reserve at Oakview (Mason) Evergreene Homes Tree Preservation Recognition  Piney Run (Lee) Piney Run Elm Investments  Rivermont (Dranesville) Basheer/Edgemoore-Brooks, LLC
  79. 79. Bruce McGranahan, Director Site Development and Inspections Division Thank You!

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