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Massey Complex Briefing - ARB Jan. 10, 2019

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Many structures exist on the 47.8 acre complex and are planned to remain. The master plan will look at strategic planning, including land use & development planning for the best use and integration within the surrounding area.

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Massey Complex Briefing - ARB Jan. 10, 2019

  1. 1. A Fairfax County, VA, publication Department of Public Works and Environmental Services Working for You! Massey Complex Master Plan Briefing What is happening at the Massey Complex January 10, 2019 DPWES Capital Facilities Building Design & Construction
  2. 2. DPWES Capital Facilities Building Design & Construction Massey Complex Briefing Site Map – Assigned to Providence District 2
  3. 3. Massey Complex Briefing DPWES Capital Facilities Building Design & Construction Scope and Framework The Master Plan Framework and Scope of Work will include: – Coordination with the surrounding community including the City and GMU – Site Infrastructure Analysis – Integration of the historic structures into a vibrant urban community – A coordinated long-term plan to meet the needs for multiple stakeholders – Will provide the County an opportunity to synthesize and effectively facilitate a discussion of trade-offs, challenges, and opportunities – Possible Public Private Development Opportunities – A budget roadmap for future funding 3 Many structures exist on the 47.8 acre complex and are planned to remain. The master plan will look at strategic planning, including land use & development planning for the best use and integration within the surrounding area.
  4. 4. Massey Complex Briefing DPWES Capital Facilities Building Design & Construction Schedule 4
  5. 5. Massey Complex Briefing DPWES Capital Facilities Building Design & Construction Master Plan Priorities 5 The Land Use Redevelopment Team* has identified four priorities for the Massey Complex Master Plan: • Sustain a judicial complex that is safe and secure for visitors and employees. • Create a welcoming and accessible complex, designed to efficiently facilitate access and interaction with county-wide judicial and public safety functions that is compatible with the surrounding community and its context. • Respect the integrity of on-site historic resources and enhance the public’s experience of these assets. • Identify opportunities for public private partnerships to create complementary secondary uses through strategic planning and site design. *Land Use Redevelopment Team: Bruce White, Chief Judge; Bob Blakley, Major, Police; Jason Houtz, Juvenile Detention Services; Beth Teare, County Attorney’s Office; Gerarda Culipher, Chief Deputy, Clerk of Circuit Court; Denise James, Planning Division, DPZ; Laura Arseneau, Cultural Resources, DPZ; John King, Transportation Planner, DOT; Mark Sites, Lt Col, Office of the Sheriff; Brooke Hardin, City of Fairfax
  6. 6. Massey Complex Briefing DPWES Capital Facilities Building Design & Construction Tasks Completed & Next Steps 6 • Phase I – Develop Master Plan Mission Statement / Goals • Held first stakeholder work session on October 4th – attended by over 50 on site stakeholders • Phase II – Developing the Master Plan Vision • Macro Program Analysis • Historic Analysis including a Historic Resource Survey • Mobility Analysis • Urban Design Analysis • Market Study • Zoning Study • Stakeholder Work Session • Public / Community Work Session – February 28, 2019
  7. 7. Massey Complex Briefing DPWES Capital Facilities Building Design & Construction Additional Information • Project web page: – https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/publicworks/capital- projects/massey-complex-master-plan-project • Massey Complex Master Planning: – Ellen vanHully-Bronson, RA, Project Coordinator, 703-324-2331 www.fairfaxcounty.gov/dpwes 7

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