The District of Columbia Public Library Capital Construction Report

May 25,2011

Document #9C.1

Library Board of Trustees Meeting May 25,2011

Anacostia Library - New Building Construction

Contacts

Councilmember

Progress

Ward 7 Yvette Alexander

202.724.8068

Architect Freelon Group

Contractor

Philip Freelon

919.941.9790

Forrester Construction

Tom Willerton

DCPLPM Firm

Contacts

Councilmember

301.816.1700

Hill International

Ward 7 Yvette Alexander

202.724.8068

Architect Davis, Brody, Bond & Aedas

Peter Cook

202.449.1190

Project Kim Fuller Mana er

202.442.6069

New State of the Art Library on Good Hope Road SE is open.

Project

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202.727.1127

Progress

Opened to the public AprilS, 2010

Contractor Forrester

Ion McGee

301.255.1750

DCPLPM Firm

A-I Consulting

Benning Library - New Building Design

New State of the Art Library located at 3935 Benning Road NE is open.

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Project consists of installing a new ceiling and lighting system.

Councilmember

202.724.8062

Ward 3 Mary Cheh

Progress

Architect N/A

202.442.6067

Contractor

Eagle Construction

Deanwood - New Community Center and Library

Contacts

Project is a partnership with the Department of Parks and Recreation to co-locate a 10,000 square foot library within a 54,000 square foot aquatic center and community center. Library and Community Center would share such space as computer lab, senior rooms, tutor rooms and community meeting rooms. Project location is 49th and Quarles St. NE

Progress

Councilmember

Sean O'Donnell

Ward 7 Yvette Alexander

202.724.8068

Architect EEK

Project

Mana er Opened to the public June 25, 2010

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Contractor

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Energy Enhancement Projects - Various Locations Contacts Progress
Councilmember
Various
Capitol View, Cleveland Park,
Shepherd Park, Lamond Riggs, Palisades, Architect T.B.D
Southwest, West End and Woodridge
Energy Efficient Lighting Projects are
Project COMPLETE
Manager Ed Hampton
202.442.6067 Window and door replacement projects are
Contractor underway
The Library has received Federal Stimulus Money for energy
enhancements. Projects will take place at the above locations,
focusing on window replacements, energy efficient lighting,
and automated building heating and cooling controls DCPLPM
Firm Francis A. Gregory Library - New Library Contacts Progress
Councilmember
Ward 7 Yvette Alexander
202.724.8068
Architect Wiencek! Adjaye
Scott Knudson
301.948.6220
Project Lisa Deanes Demolition work is complete.
Manager Foundation work is underway.
202.727.5181
Contractor Hess Construction

Design of the new Francis Gregory Library will include JairLynch
community input on planning and programming phase. Project
is fully funded. DCPLPM Development
Firm Partners 4

Project consists of building a 4,200 square foot interim library to serve the community during construction; the interim will have 30 computers, books on CD as well as traditional collection material for all age sets

Contacts

Councilmember

Ward 7 Yvette Alexander

202.724.8068

Architect

Project Mana er

Lisa Deanes

202.727.5181

Contractor

William Scotsman

Greg Bichell

DCPLPM Firm

Progress

Opened June 10,2010

Georgetown Library - Building Renovation

Progress

Renovation complete and Library open to the public.

Contacts
Councilmember
Ward 2 Jack Evans
202.724.8058
Architect Martinez & Johnson
Tom Johnson
202.333.4480
Project Chris Wright
Mana er
202.272.4913
Contractor N/A DCPLPM Firm

Smoot Construction

Opened to the Public October 18, 2010

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Phase II of Mount Pleasant Renovation. Interior work will consist of total upgrade and modernization of all mechanical equipment as well as provide additional and functional library program space.

Project consists of building a 3,600 square foot interim library to serve the community during construction; the interim will have 30 computers, books on CD as well as traditional collection material for all age sets

Project Opened to the public April 26, 2010

Mana er Dedric Boyd Re-opened to the public May 15,2010

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202.727.1127

DCPL Project Smoot
Management Construction
Contacts Progress
Councilmember lim Graham
Ward 1 202.724.8181 Contacts
Councilmember lim Graham
Ward 1 202.724.8181
Architect Core Architects
Dale Stewart
202.466.6116
Project Chris Wright
202.727.4913
Contractor T.B.D Contractor

202.333.3424

Architect Core Architects

Dale Stewart

202.466.6116

MCNBuild

Bassem Boustany

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Progress

Contacts

Northeast Library - Exterior Restoration

Councilmember Tommy Wells

Ward 6 202.724.8072

Architect Ben Architects

David Bell

202.548.7570

Construction

• Substantial completion May 15, 2010

Project

Mana er Chris Wright

202.727.4913

Monarc Construction

Contractor

C. McDermott,

703.201.1747

Project consists of Exterior Improvements to windows, doors, security lighting, masonry restoration, landscaping and signage.

Northeast Library - Pre-design Due Diligence Contacts Progress
Councilmember Tommy Wells
Ward 6 202.724.8072

Architect N/A
Cost Benefit Analysis and Pre-design Due

Pre-design due diligence work includes a hazardous Project Chris Wright Diligence Reports - Complete
materials survey, a Phase 1 and Phase 2 Environmental Manager
Site Assessment and a Cost Benefit Analysis Study. 202.727.4913 Design and Construction Funding for interior
Consultant McKissack & renovation is in Mayor's FY 12 Capital Budget
McKissack
Ellen Wright
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Northwest One - New Co-location Facility

Progress

Project consists of 6,500 SQ FT Library facility as part of Elementary School and Recreation Center. This facility replaces the Sursum Corda kiosk.

Contacts

Ward 6

Councilmember Tommy Wells

Architect Hord Cort Plan

Project Library Open December 7, 2009

Mana er Reagan Assoc

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Contractor Forrester

Parklands- Turner - New Storefront Library

Progress

Project to fit out approximately 5,000 Sq Ft of storefront space to replace the existing Parklands- Turner kiosk. The storefront library is similar in size, scope, computers, and collections to the Georgetown Interim and Tenley-Friendship Interim Libraries.

Contacts

Councilmember Marion Barry

Ward 8 202.724.8045

Architect Mood Nolan - DC

Patrick Williams

202.244.4199

202.727.1129

Lexx Group

Ken Postell

202.393.3085

Project Dedric Boyd Ribbon Cutting October 5, 2009

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Contractor

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Petworth Library - Interim Library

Project consists of building a 4,200 square foot interim library to serve the community during construction; the interim will have 30 computers, books on CD as well as traditional collection material for all age sets

Contacts

202.724.8052

Councilmember

Progress

Ward 4 Muriel Bowser

Architect NI A

Project Lisa Deanes Opened to public on January 11,2010
Mana er Closed February 5, 2011
202.727.5181
Contractor Sigal Construction
Sarah Norman

DCPLPM
Firm
Contacts Progress
Councilmember
Councilmember Muriel Bowser
Ward 4 202.724.8052
Architect Frank and Loshen
Fletcher Farr
Ano e

Project Chris Wright Open February 28, 2011
Mana er
202.727.4913
Contractor Sigal Construction
Sarah Norman

DCPLPM McKissack and
Firm McKissack
9 Petworth - Interior Renovations

Project updates the interior of the Petworth Library to be a fully functional state of the art 21 st Century Library, while still being respectful of the buildings historic character.

Tenley Friendship - New Building

Design of the new Tenley Branch Library will include community input on planning and programming phase. Design and construction is fully funded.

Contacts Progress
Councilmember
Ward 3 MaryCheh
202.724.8062
Architect Freelon Group
Philip Freelon
919.941.9790
Project DedricBoyd Opened January 24, 2011
Mana er
202.727.1113
Contractor Forrester.
Joe Ockershausen
301.255.1794
DCPLPM Hill International
Finn Design of the new Washington Highlands will include community input on planning and programming phase. Project is fully funded. DCPL is partnering with the DC Department of Housing and Community Development.

Contacts
Councilmember
Ward 8 Marion Barry
202.724.8045
Architect Wiencek! Adjaye
Scott Knudson
301.948.6220
Project Lisa Deanes
Mana er
202.727.5181
Contractor Coakley-Williams DCPLPM Finn

Jair Lynch Development Partners

Progress

Concrete Structure work underway

Concrete work schedule to be complete in early April.

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Washington Highlands - Interim Library

Progress

Project consists of building a 5,000 square foot interim library for the Washington Highlands Community; the interim will have 20 computers, books on CD as well as traditional collection material for all age sets.

Contacts

Councilmember

Ward 8 Marion Barry

202.724.8045

Contractor MCN Build

202.727.5181

DCPLPM Firm

Jair Lynch Development

Contacts

Councilmember

Ward 2 Jack Evans

202.724.8058

Project

Mana er Lisa Deanes Open to the public December 21, 2009

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Architect Cooper Carry

Project complete and Library is open to the public.

Progress

Architect Davis, Brody Bond & Aedas

Peter Cook

202.449.1190

Project Kim Fuller Mana er

202.442.6069

Contractor Forrester.

DCPLPM Firm

Joe Ockershausen

301.255.1794

A-I Construction

Opened to the public August 2, 2010

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Woodridge Library - Pre-design Due Diligence Contacts Progress
Councilmember Harry Thomas Jr.
Ward 5 (202) 724-8028

Architect N/A
Cost Benefit Analysis and Pre-Design Due
Pre-design due diligence work includes a hazardous Diligence Reports are Complete
materials survey, a Phase 1 and Phase 2 Environmental Project Chris Wright
Manager
Site Assessment, Existing Topographical Survey, 202.727.4913 Design and Construction funding identified in
Geotechnical Report and a Cost Benefit Analysis. Mayor's Capital Budget. Design funding in FY 13.
Consultant Hill and Argos
Gilberto Cardenas
202.379.4889 Councilmember

202.724.8058

Ward 2 Jack Evans

Progress

Project Complete

New Teen Spot and College Information Center is a destination for teens. It provides stimulating learning opportunities that support their success in life. This destination provides opportunities to meet their need for homework help, exam preparation, and using computers and software applications. High quality program events are a key to the success of the library in assisting teens.

Contractor

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MLK Jr. Library - Business and Technology Reconfiguration

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Improvements and upgrades to west reading room. Entire first floor is under the Historic Landmark Designation. The MLK Design Guidelines will be utilized.

Derek Jones

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Project Kim Fuller Mana er

Contacts

202-442-6069

Councilmember

Ward 2 Jack Evans

202.724.8058

Architect The Freelon Group

Contractor

Progress

Funding for building out indentified in Mayor's FY 12 Capital Budget.

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