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Jefferson National Expansion Memorial General Mangement Plan Redevelopment Alternatives Tables and Images

Jefferson National Expansion Memorial General Mangement Plan Redevelopment Alternatives Tables and Images

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JEFFERSON NATIONAL EXPANSION MEMORIAL
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ALTERNATIVES
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 Design Competition Overlay
Design Competition Overlay
Overall Goal
Provide opportunities to explore innovative solutions and sensitive approaches for revitalizing the Memorial and improving physical and thematic connections.
Common Requirements
All proposed changes and additions to the Memorial will follow the
Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for the Preservation of Historic Properties
to fit into the overall landscape of theNHL, making certain that alterations do not destroy character-defining features, as well as be subject to NEPA and NHPA compliance.
All changes and additions to the Memorial will be designed to improve the visitor experience/enjoyment.
All proposed changes and additions will be compatible with the long term goals of the underlying management zones (Figure 2.3).
Universal design and sustainability will be encouraged for all new design proposals.
Design Competition Area
Area AArea B
Features and Additions
Provide opportunities to explore sensitive and innovative approaches to revitalizingthe Memorial by enhancing visual and physical connectivity between the cities, andriverfronts to the Memorial, and by introducing new elements and features.Types and levels of service and activities are necessary and appropriate to serve theeducational, functional, and orientation needs of the visitor.Situated in areas of the Memorial that can accommodate more intensive designelements while still minimizing impacts to the NHL.Appropriate types of facilities may include, but are not limited to: interior and exte-rior interpretive exhibits, museums, theaters, classrooms, visitor orientation facilities,transit facilities, food service, restrooms, site furnishings, staff offi ces, streetscapeimprovements, and parking.Provide opportunities to explore sensitive design solutions for landscape features andamenities that will revitalize the Memorial and improve connectivity and accessibility.Characterized by the sensitive rehabilitation of the designed landscape to serve the experi-ential needs of the visitor.Situated in areas of the Memorial that require less intensive design elements to ensureimpacts to the NHL are minimized.Appropriate types of amenities and landscape elements may include, but are not limited to:wayside exhibits, accessible walkways, informal/formal plantings, fountains, site furnishings,and exterior lighting.
Table 2.2
Design Overlay
 
FINAL GENERAL MANAGEMENT PLAN / ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENTFINAL GENERAL MANAGEMENT PLAN / ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT
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ALTERNATIVES
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0 300 600t
Original LandscapeHeritage Education andVisitor AmenitiesBelow-grade HeritageEducation
Legend:
NHL BoundaryBase of Arch
Streetscape / RiverscapeConnective Improvements
Park Boundary
Streetscape / RiverscapeOutside of Park BoundaryOrientationServiceBelow-grade Orientation
NOTES:-
 The ultimate confguration and use o thesouth end o the Memorial would be deter-mined by the results o a design competition
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 The proposed boundary in East St. Louis isapproximate and may be urtheradjusted to 100 acres.
      1       5      '
     2     4    '
Old CourthouseLuther Ely Smith SquareOld CathedralChouteau’s LandingSouth Overlook Underground Arch ComplexLaclede’s LandingNorth Overlook Northwest PlazaMississippi River Overlook inMalcolm Martin Memorial Park (Metro East Parks & Recreation)Eads BridgePoplar Street BridgeIncreased connectivityand improvements to pedestrianenvironment determined bydesign competition.
 Trend le y A venue
Orientation is below grade, andHeritage Education and VisitorAmenities could be both above andbelow grade.Final management zoning maybe changed dependent uponthe winning design.
Figure 2.2Management Alternative 3: Program Expansion

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