McGILVRA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ADDITION

McGILVRA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ADDITION
SDAT – WORKSHOP #1 | April 23, 2015
SDAT WORKSHOP #1
PROJECT BACKGROUND
The McGilvra Elementary School in the following years will update
the existing landmarked building and construct an addition of a
new lunch room. The work will consist of the following:
• Summer 2015 – Seismic upgrade of structure, new emergency
lighting and sprinkler system.
•
Summer 2016 – Seismic upgrades, partial replacement of
HVAC system.
• 2017 – New lunchroom construction: the addition includes a
kitchen, dining area.
PROJECT BUDGET
FUNDING FOR THE PROJECT COMES FROM TWO SOURCES:
1. BTA III: $3,062,560
2. BEX IV: $5,809,034
Total Project Budget: $8,871,594
2015 SUMMER CONSTRUCTION COST:
2016 SUMMER CONSTRUCTION COST:
$605,000
$1,700,000 Est.
2017-2018 NEW LUNCHROOM
CONSTRUCTION COST:
$3,195,388 Est.
TOTAL CONSTRUCTION COST(MACC)
ALL PHASES:
$5,500,388
(*project related costs include: consultant fees, jurisdiction fees,
FF&E, technology equipment, contingency, reserve, survey/testing)
PROJECT SCHEDULE
SDAT PROCESS
ATTRIBUTES FOR HIGH ACHIEVING SCHOOLS
1.
LEARNER CENTERED ENVIRONMENT - Students learning is at the heart of the
school.
2.
PERSONALIZED ENVIRONMENT - Each Student is known well and cherished by
adults and other students in the school.
3.
PROGRAM ADAPTABILITY - The schools programs are tailored to individual
student needs and talents and make use of a variety of learning tools.
4.
COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS - The community is involved, informed and visible in
promoting a rigorous academic learning environment, and in encouraging
student use of community resources.
5.
AESTHETICS - The school is appealing, warm, and inviting to all, and reflects the
school’s values and focus.
6.
SAFETY - Students are safe and cared for in all the important aspects of their
lives.
7.
COLLABORATION - Everyone associated with the school works collaboratively to
realize the school’s hopes for students.
8.
SUSTAINABILITY - Create schools that encourage a culture of conservation and
environmentally responsible behaviors by combining learning with sustainability.
SDAT PROCESS
WORK SHOP #1 - ORIENTATION & VIRTUAL TOUR
APRIL 23, 4:00 PM
WORK SHOP #2 - VISIONS & GOALS W/ ECO CHARRETTE
APRIL 30, 4:00 PM
WORK SHOP #3 - DESIGN CHARRETTE
MAY 7, 4:00 PM
WORK SHOP #4 - DESIGN CHARRETTE
MAY 14, 4:00 PM
WORK SHOP #5 - SDAT WRAP-UP
MAY 28, 4:00 PM
COMMUNITY CONVERSATION
JUNE TBD
HISTORY
toilets
portable
house
2 classroom
building
SITE
1912 BAIST MAP SHOWING FORMER LAKE SCHOOL BUILDING
HISTORY
HISTORY
HISTORY
HISTORY
HISTORY
LANDMARK DESIGNATION
On October 15, 2014 the City of Seattle's Landmarks Preservation
Board voted to approve designation of the McGilvra Elementary School at 1617 38th
Avenue East as a Seattle Landmark based upon satisfaction of the following standard for
designation of SMC 25.1 2.350:
C. It is associated in a significant way with a significant aspect of the cultural,
political, or economic heritage of the community, City, state or nation.
D. It embodies the distinctive visible characteristics of an architectural style, or
period, or a method of construction.
F. Because of its prominence of spatial location, contrasts of siting, age, or scale, it
is an easily identifiable visual feature of its neighborhood or the City and contributes
to the distinctive quality or identity of such neighborhood or the City.
SITE ANALYSIS
VIRTUAL TOUR
BUCKINGHAM COUNTY ELEMENTARY, VA
VIRTUAL TOUR
PAVE ACADEMY, NY
VIRTUAL TOUR
VARIOUS SCHOOLS BY
INTEGRUS ARCHITECTS
BEST PRACTICES
BEST PRACTICES
BEST PRACTICES
DISCUSSION
WHY ARE YOU HERE?
WHAT ARE YOU CONCERNS, COMMENTS?
WHAT IS THE McGIVLRA COMMUNITY?
WORKSHOP #2
VISION & GOAL SETTING
Visioning is a process that seeks to create living, useful guides for
actions intended to position the school community for the future.
• A goal is an end toward which an effort or direction is
specified. In this sense a goal reflects and underlying value
that is sought after and is not an object to be achieved.
Goal setting can be seen as the guiding process necessary
for successful school design.” (Source: Henry Sanoff, AIA; A
Visioning Process for Designing Responsive Schools)
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