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Preliminary Plans PresentationGarrett Park Elementary SchoolModernizationPrepared forMontgomery County Board of EducationApril 2009GWWO, Inc./ARCHITECTS

Preliminary Plans PresentationGarrett Park Elementary SchoolModernization4810 Oxford StreetKensington, Maryland 20895Montgomery County Board of EducationMs. Shirley BrandmanMrs. Patricia B. O’NeillMr. Christopher S. BarclayMs. Laura V. BerthiaumeDr. Judith DoccaMr. Philip KauffmanMrs. Nancy NavarroMs. Quratul-Ann erMemberStudent MemberMontgomery County Schools AdministrationDr. Jerry D. WeastMr. Joseph J. LavorgnaMr. James C. SongMr. Michael P. ShpurMr. Ray MarhamatiMs. Deborah SzyferSuperintendent of SchoolsActing Director, Department of Facilities ManagementDirector, Division of ConstructionArchitect, Division of ConstructionProject Manager, Division of ConstructionPlanner, Division of Long-range PlanningGarrett Park Elementary School – ModernizationGWWO, Inc./ARCHITECTSPage 1

Facilities Advisory CommitteeStaff and Committee InvolvementThe preliminary plans for Garrett Park Elementary School modernization project were developed based on the educationalspecifications prepared by Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS). The proposed plans went through a series of design reviewmeetings with members of the Facility Advisory Committee. As a result of those meetings, the proposed plans presented herein weremodified and evaluated in accordance with the suggestions and recommendations of the committee.Membership of the Facility Advisory .Ms.Ms.Ms.Ms.Mr.Ms.Elaine Chang-BaxterKaren AndersonMaraesa BeckJane BellFelicia BellowsGerilee BennettMark CasassaJane de WinterChiara DuynJeff DuynBarbara FerryJack FerryJulia FlomerfeltTara FlynnRose FurrChristina GiovinazzoNatalie GrandeKarin GreenTodd HarrisAmanda HawkChair/PrincipalLEED Program ManagerPTA veParentParentParentRepresentativeGarrett Park Elementary School – ModernizationGWWO, Inc./ARCHITECTSGarrett Park Elementary SchoolDivision of Construction, MCPSGarrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Elementary School Education FoundationGarrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Elementary SchoolMontgomery Child Care AssociationGarrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Elementary SchoolMontgomery Child Care AssociationPage 2

Facilities Advisory Committee ephanie HootonIvan JoutzChris KellerElizabeth KingJohn KingEmanuela LacanaMilagros LaurenteSean LazaroDouglas MaderRay MarhamatiWanda Means-HarrisDebi MengeringStathi MexasMary MoyerCynthia PerleyAngela PuKrista ReillyBeth ResnickCathy RinzelPat RodgersJan SadowskiSamantha SchenkerJoanne SchmaderNatalie SheltonMichael ShpurJoseph SmithMuammer SogmanligilJames SongGreg tudentParentProject entCommunityStaffConstruction ectorProgram ManagerGarrett Park Elementary School – ModernizationGWWO, Inc./ARCHITECTSGarrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Elementary SchoolTown of Garrett ParkGarrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Elementary SchoolDivision of Construction, MCPSGarrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Elementary SchoolDustin Construction, Inc.Garrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Elementary SchoolDivision of Construction, MCPSGarrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Nursery SchoolDivision of Construction, MCPSDepartment of Health and HumanServices, Montgomery CountyPage 2A

Facilities Advisory Committee (continued)Ms.Ms.Mr.Mr.Mr.Deborah SzyferMonica TinkerDon VogelJohn Watkins-ChowNick WilliamsonPlannerStaffStaffParentStudentGarrett Park Elementary School – ModernizationGWWO, Inc./ARCHITECTSDivision of Long-range Planning, MCPSGarrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Elementary SchoolGarrett Park Elementary SchoolPage 2B

Project InformationBackground/ HistoryLocation:4810 Oxford Street, Kensington, MD 20895School Cluster:Walter JohnsonHistory and Square FootageOf Existing Building:195219561961197519922006Construction of the Original l11,245 square feet15,840 square feet7,746 square feet2,480 square feet3,864 square feet12,860 square feet54,035 square feetSite Size:4.37 acres located adjacent to Garrett Park Estates ParkCurrent School Capacity &Student Enrollment:School YearsSchool CapacityStudent Enrollment/Projections2008-09456472Number of Relocatable Classrooms:NoneNumber of Current Parking Spaces:44 spacesHolding Facility:Grosvenor Center2009-104564612010-11456475Garrett Park Elementary School – ModernizationGWWO, 25402014-15662567Page 3

Project Information (continued)Educational Program ObjectivesThe purpose of this project is to modernize the existing Garrett Park Elementary School and to provide program spaces forkindergarten and grades 1 through 5 when the project is completed in January 2012. The classroom addition recently completed in2006 will be retained and the existing building constructed from the early 1950’s to 1992 will be demolished to construct a newreplacement building. The modernized facility will be in full compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).The proposed new replacement building will be designed for a capacity of 662 students. The core is being designed for 740, with fourclassrooms masterplanned for future construction to meet that capacity. The design will encourage a flexible approach thataccommodates the educational programs and maximum connectivity to the surrounding physical environment. Each instructional areawill have adequate learning space, work areas, restrooms, and storage facilities. Following are some of the key elements of the project: Retain the addition constructed in 2006 and connect to the new building Administrative suite located adjacent to the identifiable main entrance Gymnasium and multi-purpose room accessible to the school and community for after-hour use Safer on-site vehicular access with a student drop-off loop separated from the bus loop Public spaces grouped together and separated from the instructional classroom spaces Master plan four-classroom addition for future expansionGarrett Park Elementary School – ModernizationGWWO, Inc./ARCHITECTSPage 3A

Project Information (continued)Summary of Space Program:(Number of Teaching Stations is indicated within Parentheses)Summary of Classrooms:Kindergarten ClassroomsClassrooms (Grade 1-5)Special Education ClassroomsArtMusicInstrumental MusicComputer LaboratoryDual-Purpose RoomSupport Spaces:(5)(16)(2)11111Special Education ResourceSpecial Education Staff OfficeTherapy/SupportSpeech/LanguageReading Language ArtsTesting/ConferenceInstructional Data Assistant OfficeStaff LoungeGeneral StorageSupport Staff OfficeOutdoor StorageESOL Rooms111111114212Core Facilities:Administrative SuiteHealth SuiteMulti-Purpose Room with platformKitchenInstructional Media CenterGymnasiumBuilding Service SuiteTotal Teaching Stations1111111(23)Garrett Park Elementary School – ModernizationGWWO, Inc./ARCHITECTSPage 3B

Project Information (continued)Site DesignSite Surroundings:The school site is approximately 4.3 acres located adjacent to a park owned by Maryland-National Capital Park and PlanningCommission (M-NCPPC) in the Garrett Park Estates subdivision in Garrett Park, Maryland. The school site is bordered to the northand west by Holy Cross Catholic Church, School and Academy; on the northwest by the M-NCPPC site that includes the Garrett ParkNursery School; on the east by single-family residential dwellings on Kenilworth Avenue; and on the south by M-NCPPC athleticfields. The school has a single point of vehicular/pedestrian access from Oxford Street.Site Features:The school property is an L-shaped site that slopes from front to back of the school with approximately 14 feet of elevationdifferential from the high to low points. Mature trees along the property line and throughout the site will be retained as much aspossible and supplemented with additional landscape plantings to enhance the school grounds. The proposed site plan replaces theoriginal building constructed from the early 1950’s to 1992 while retaining the recent addition constructed in 2006 in its currentlocation. The paved and soft play areas will be located at the rear of the site, partially on the park fields with consent from M-NCPPC.The exterior lighting will be designed to shield adjacent residences from intrusive glare while maintaining light levels for safety andsecurity purposes.On-Site Traffic:Retaining the existing street access from Oxford Street, the student drop-off loop will be completely separated from the bus loop withparking spaces for approximately 69 vehicles. The bus loop will accommodate staging area for approximately nine buses. The on-sitesidewalk system will be connected to the existing neighborhood sidewalk and provide safe routes for pedestrians.Utilities:All existing utilities, including water, sewer, gas, and electric services will be upgraded to support the needs of the new building.Storm-water Management System:The existing storm-water management system will be expanded and supplemented with additional underground structures to providequantity and quality measures on site.Garrett Park Elementary School – ModernizationGWWO, Inc./ARCHITECTSPage 3C

Project Information (continued)Building DesignGeneral Description:The proposed new replacement building, designed to meet MCPS educational specifications, is a two-story, steel-framed structurewith brick veneer and masonry interior walls. The existing 2006 two-story stand-alone addition will remain and be integrated into thenew building plan. The new replacement building will create a centralized main entrance, responding to the bus and student drop-offloops. The administration suite will be located between the two drop-off loops, allowing supervision of the main entrance and thevehicles arriving on site. The multi-purpose room, gymnasium, and art and music rooms will be accessed from a central corridor inthe main lobby and from a rear entrance. The instructional media center will be located on the second level, adjacent to the upperlobby and easily accessed from the main entrance to the school.The academic classrooms are clustered on both floors. Kindergarten and Grade 1 will be on the first level, which exits on-grade toboth the front and rear of the building. The remainder of the classrooms will be on the second level organized on two corridors.Technology:The classrooms will be designed to support interactive educational technology that includes controlled wireless computer access.Individual classrooms are designed to provide a student seating arrangement that can be organized into small groups for projectoriented teaching or students can face the teacher in a traditional lecture method.Code Compliance/Accessibility:All areas in the proposed new replacement building will be designed to meet national and local building codes including fire, safety,accessibility and health standards.Sustainable Design Intent:The project will be registered and certified for Silver or higher rating in conformance with the Leadership in Energy andEnvironmental Design (LEED) through the United States Green Building Council (USGBC).Garrett Park Elementary School - ModernizationGWWO, Inc./ARCHITECTSPage 3D

Project Information (continued)Building Design (continued)Mechanical SystemsHeating Ventilation and Air-Conditioning (HVAC) System:The proposed new replacement building will be heated and air-conditioned by a two-pipe hydronic heat pump (HHP) system. TheHHP system will consist of individual vertical water-cooled units for each classroom with auxiliary heating provided by highefficiency modular condensing type gas-fired hot water boilers. Auxiliary cooling will be provided by a plate heat exchanger with acooling tower. The ventilation for the classrooms will be provided by a HHP integrated energy-recovery unit mounted on the roof.Plumbing System:All plumbing fixtures will comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements and the Washington SuburbanSanitary Commission (WSSC) Plumbing Code and Regulations.Fire Protection System:The proposed new replacement building will be fully sprinklered with a wet system complying with the National Fire ProtectionAssociation code (NFPA 13) and will be provided with a voice-annunciated fire alarm system.Energy Management Statement:A primary design factor is the conservation of energy. The importance and consideration placed on the energy conservation arereflected in the configuration and orientation of the building, the selection of materials, and the mechanical/electrical systems utilized.A direct digital automatic temperature control system will be provided to monitor and control all new HVAC equipment from centralbuilding management system. The proposed new replacement building will be designed to exceed ASHRAE 90.1-2001 energyrequirements and International Building Code (IBC) Basic Energy Conservation codes as well as Montgomery County energyconservation codes. The design will incorporate the ANSI/ASHRAE/IES Energy Efficient Design for New Buildings.Garrett Park Elementary School - ModernizationGWWO, Inc./ARCHITECTSPage 3E

Project Information (continued)Building Design (continued)Electrical SystemsElectrical Power and Lighting System:The proposed new replacement building will receive a new 277/480 volt, 3-phase 4-wire electrical service to support the operation ofthe building. The building will also have emergency power provided by a natural gas-fueled generator to handle fire alarm, emergencylighting, telecommunications, kitchen freezer and cooler as well as the energy recovery units that provide freeze protection. Lightingwill be energy efficient 2X4 fluorescent fixtures in common areas, with direct and indirect pendant type lighting fixtures in theclassrooms.Public Address System:The proposed new replacement building will have a new public address system in accordance with MCPS Design Guidelines. Eachclassroom will have speakers and call-back switches. The corridors and restrooms have speakers only.Fire Alarm System:The proposed new replacement building will have a new addressable, voice evacuation fire alarm system, which will be sized toaccommodate expansion for future temporary classrooms and the master planned future addition.Security System:The proposed new replacement building will include a visitor management system that will provide office staff the ability to monitorand control visitor access to the school building. The visitor management system will include a computer-based visitor sign-in systemthat will monitor and track all visitors to the school building. The new facility will also have a building security system consisting ofmotion and contact sensors at all exterior doors that will be monitored by the MCPS Department of Safety and Security.Garrett Park Elementary School - ModernizationGWWO, Inc./ARCHITECTSPage 3F

Project Information (continued)Technology Infrastructure:The proposed new replacement building will be equipped with data, voice/voice-over-internet-protocol (VoIP), video, and wirelessaccess systems. The network system design will include outlet boxes, conduits, surface raceways, conduit sleeves, and properly sizedtelecommunication closets for the installation of the low voltage systems. The infrastructure design will consist of a fiber-opticbackbone cable system with a category 5E UTP cable for station drop connectivity, supporting switched 10/100/1,000 Mbps Ethernet.With the improved switching systems, these systems will have the capability of providing a gigabyte Ethernet system with provisionsto accommodate future changes in technology. For video distribution, a 1,000 MHz, bi-directional, broadband distribution system withcoax trunk cable and RG-6 quad-shielded coax drop cable will be utilized. The system allows full cable spectrum to every part of thebuilding with five dedicated channels, one channel for school distribution from the studio, two channels for school distribution or twoway video from any point in the building, and two spare channels available for future use.Garrett Park Elementary School - ModernizationGWWO, Inc./ARCHITECTSPage 3G

Vicinity MapGarrett Park Elementary School – ModernizationGWWO, Inc./ARCHITECTSPage 4

Existing Site PlanGarrett Park Elementary School – ModernizationGWWO, Inc./ARCHITECTSPage 5

Proposed Site PlanGarrett Park Elementary School – ModernizationGWWO, Inc./ARCHITECTSPage 5A

Existing First Floor PlanGarrett Park Elementary School – ModernizationGWWO, Inc./ARCHITECTSPage 6

Proposed First Floor PlanGarrett Park Elementary School – ModernizationGWWO, Inc./ARCHITECTSPage 6A

Existing Second Floor PlanGarrett Park Elementary School – ModernizationGWWO, Inc./ARCHITECTSPage 6B

Proposed Second Floor PlanGarrett Park Elementary School – ModernizationGWWO, Inc./ARCHITECTSPage 6C

Proposed ElevationsGarrett Park Elementary School – ModernizationGWWO, Inc./ARCHITECTSPage 7

Proposed ElevationsGarrett Park Elementary School – ModernizationGWWO, Inc./ARCHITECTSPage 7A

Project Team, Schedule and Estimated Construction CostDesign Team MembersArchitect:Civil Engineer:Structural Engineer:Mechanical/Electrical Engineer:Construction Manager:GWWO, Inc./ARCHITECTSCentury Engineering, Inc.Faisant Associates, Inc.James Posey Associates, Inc.Dustin Construction, Inc.Project SchedulePreliminary Plans Presentation:Construction Documents Complete:Award Construction Contract:Construction Start:Project Complete:April 2009April 2010June 2010July 2010January 2012Project Size and Estimated Construction CostExisting Building Area:Existing Building To Remain Area:Demolition Area:Renovation Area:New Construction Area:Total New Gross Area:Construction Cost Estimate forBuilding and Site:54,035 square feet12,860 square feet41,175 square feet0 square feet75,257 square feet88,117 square feet 25,138,000Garrett Park Elementary School - ModernizationGWWO, Inc./ARCHITECTSPage 8

Ms. Cynthia Perley Staff Garrett Park Elementary School Ms. Angela Pu Student Garrett Park Elementary School Ms. Krista Reilly Parent Garrett Park Elementary School Ms. Beth Resnick Parent Garrett Park Elementary School Ms. Cathy Rinzel Community Garrett Park Elementary School Ms. Pat Rodgers