Hangar One         Window PreservationPresentation to the Moffett Field Restoration Advisory Board Committee              ...
Purpose•Representatives Eshoo and Garcia had arranged fro an appropriationearmark of $10 Million that was retracted by Con...
The Existing Windows
Why corrugated and flat wire glass as part of the skin system?
Options for Hangar One Windows1. Remove (E) Glass and replace in (N) frames for re-installation.2. Demolish (E) glass and ...
Sustainability   History   Function   Reconstruction
$3.3 MillionOption 5.   Remove and replace corrugated glass in existing frames and   ?   No Impact   ?   Existing corrugat...
Options to Benefit All
NASA Ames1. Reduces Cost•   Least cost for Hangar Renovation•   Best option for tax incentives for private sector tenants•...
Navy    1. Reduces Cost    •    Less handling and off-haul    •    Additional fees for preserving glass2. Most Historicall...
CitizensWe keep our National Landmark and whatit represents…Our contributions:NationCommunityTechnology
Your Challenge - Commit to make restoration work and the right solutionSuggestions for Dialog 1.   Is it possible for NASA...
Plan of ActionNavy – NASA – RAB   y  Window Task Force•   Keep overall Work on Schedule•   Meet objectives for Historic pr...
Thank You
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Hangar One Window Preservation presentation to Moffett Restoration Advisory Board, January 13, 2011. Linda Ellis, DGA.

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Hangar One Window Preservation for Moffett RAB

  1. 1. Hangar One Window PreservationPresentation to the Moffett Field Restoration Advisory Board Committee 01.13.11
  2. 2. Purpose•Representatives Eshoo and Garcia had arranged fro an appropriationearmark of $10 Million that was retracted by Congress.•NASA budgeted $20 Million for the restoration of the Hangar One siding.•NASA planned on the $10 Million for the preservation of the existing NASAwindows that would be needed by the end of February. Find a Workable Solution
  3. 3. The Existing Windows
  4. 4. Why corrugated and flat wire glass as part of the skin system?
  5. 5. Options for Hangar One Windows1. Remove (E) Glass and replace in (N) frames for re-installation.2. Demolish (E) glass and f2 D li h l d frames and replace with all (N) windows t match (E) d l ith ll i d to t h (E).3. Demolish (E) glass and frames and replace with all (N) flat glass windows.4. Demolish ( ) g ass a d frames a d replace with metal s d g e o s (E) glass and a es and ep ace e a siding.5. Demolish (E) flat glass and frames except corrugated glass only.
  6. 6. Sustainability History Function Reconstruction
  7. 7. $3.3 MillionOption 5. Remove and replace corrugated glass in existing frames and ? No Impact ? Existing corrugated glass ? replace the flat glass $3.3 Million
  8. 8. Options to Benefit All
  9. 9. NASA Ames1. Reduces Cost• Least cost for Hangar Renovation• Best option for tax incentives for private sector tenants• Daylighting reduces energy costs2. Most Historically Sensitive• Aligns with public’s opinion for restoration public s• Moderne aesthetics maintained• Maintains Historic District National Parks Landmark Status• Aligns with State Historic Preservation Officer’s recommendations3. Most Sustainable• Reuses glass• Less energy toward transport recycling and handling gy p y g g• Allows natural daylighting and views for potential LEED points4. Functionality• Allows more occupancy types and functions All t df ti
  10. 10. Navy 1. Reduces Cost • Less handling and off-haul • Additional fees for preserving glass2. Most Historically Sensitive2 M t Hi t i ll S iti• Maintains naval pride – Nationally & Locally• Honors Veterans 3. Sustainable Credit • “Federal Leadership in Environmental Energy and Economic Performance Executive Order 13514” Requires 50% decrease in the quantity of recycling (glass) and waste diversion.
  11. 11. CitizensWe keep our National Landmark and whatit represents…Our contributions:NationCommunityTechnology
  12. 12. Your Challenge - Commit to make restoration work and the right solutionSuggestions for Dialog 1. Is it possible for NASA to increase the priority to include the windows in their $20M budget? 2. If acceptable to SHPO, is it possible for the Navy to reduce the $1.2 M to only save the corrugated windows to allow more opportunities for pp budgeting and fund raising? 3. Are there any other opportunities to receive Government funding to preserve the windows? 4. As the $10M was retracted, can the Navy: - Provide a delay for window demolition? - Allow phased payment as the Work progresses? - Contribute the effort? 5. 5 What is the Silicon Valley private sector fund raising for the windows?
  13. 13. Plan of ActionNavy – NASA – RAB y Window Task Force• Keep overall Work on Schedule• Meet objectives for Historic preservation• Keep function options open for NASACommunity Campaign• Historic Preservation• SHOC• VeteransRepresentative Assistance• Interface with Federal GroupsPrivate Sector Fund Raising g
  14. 14. Thank You

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