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APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED: July 22, 2016

PLANNING COMMISSION: December 8, 2016


BOARD OF SUPERVISORS: TBD

County of Fairfax, Virginia


November 23, 2016
STAFF REPORT
APPLICATIONS
PCA/CDPA 74-7-047-02
FDPA 74-7-047-02-01
CSP 74-7-047-02
PROVIDENCE DISTRICT
APPLICANT:

Inova Health Care Services

PRESENT ZONING:

PDC

ACREAGE:

116.78 acres

PARCEL:

49-4 ((1)) 57

FAR:

0.33

OPEN SPACE:

68%

PLAN MAP:

Mixed Use

PROPOSALS:

The PCA/CDPA and FDPA applications seek to


adaptively reuse the former Exxon Mobil Office
Complex and modify the proffers and the final
development plan associated with RZ 74-7-047 to
permit research and university uses with associated
site layout modifications within the office complex. No
change to the overall intensity (0.33 FAR) of the
original rezoning application area is proposed.
The CSP application proposes to create a
coordinated, effective and aesthetically pleasing
signage system for the Inova Center of Personalized
Care at the former Exxon Mobil office complex.
William ODonnell

STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:

Excellence * Innovation * Stewardship


Integrity * Teamwork * Public Service

Department of Planning and Zoning


Zoning Evaluation Division
12055 Government Center Parkway, Suite 801
Fairfax, Virginia 22035-5509
Phone 703-324-1290 FAX 703-324-3924
www.fairfaxcounty.gov/dpz/

Staff recommends approval of PCA 74-7-047-02 and the associated CDPA


subject to the proffers contained in Appendix 1.
Staff recommends approval of FDPA 74-7-047-01 subject to development
conditions contained in Appendix 2.
Staff recommends approval of a modification of the transitional screening and
barrier requirements to the west and southeast in favor of the existing vegetation
shown on the CDPA/FDPA.
Staff recommends approval of a modification of the Major Paved Trail
requirement along Gallows Road and a portion of I-495 in favor of the trails
shown on the CDPA/FDPA.
Staff recommends approval of a modification of the loading space requirement
for office uses to permit the eight existing loading spaces to remain.
Staff recommends approval of a modification of the Merrifield Streetscape
Recommendations along Gallows Road in favor of the streetscape shown on the
CDPA/FDPA.
Staff recommends approval of CSP 74-7-047-01 subject to development
conditions contained in Appendix 3.
It should be noted that it is not the intent of the staff to recommend that the
Board, in adopting any conditions proffered by the owner, relieve the applicant/owner
from compliance with the provisions of any applicable ordinances, regulations, or
adopted standards.
The approval of this rezoning does not interfere with, abrogate or annul any
easement, covenants, or other agreements between parties, as they may apply to the
property subject to this application.
It should be further noted that the content of this report reflects the analysis and
recommendation of staff; it does not reflect the position of the Board of Supervisors.
For information, contact the Zoning Evaluation Division, Department of Planning and
Zoning, 12055 Government Center Parkway, Suite 801, Fairfax, Virginia 22035-5505,
(703) 324-1290 or TTY 711 (Virginia Relay Center).

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Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA): Reasonable accommodation is available upon 7 days advance notice.
For additional information on ADA call (703) 324-1334 or TTY 711 (Virginia Relay Center).

Proffered Condition Amendment


PCA 74-7 -047-02

Applicant:
Accepted:
Proposed:

Zoning Dist Sect:


Located:

EAST AND NORTH SIDE OF GALLOWS ROAD,


SOUTH OF ARLINGTON BOULEVARD AND WEST
OF THE CAPITAL BELTWAY

Zoning:
Overlay Dist:
Map Ref Num:

PDC

1373
95-P-007*

Gate House Plz.


3058

3052

YORKTOWNE
CENTER C-6
A-736

3066

116.78 AC OF LAND; DISTRICT - PROVIDENCE

Zoning Dist Sect:


Located:

EAST AND NORTH SIDE OF GALLOWS ROAD,


SOUTH OF ARLINGTON BOULEVARD AND WEST
OF THE CAPITAL BELTWAY

PDC
049-4- /01/ /0057

64

Gate House Plz.

304 0

AMEND CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN


ASSOCIATED WITH RZ 74-7-047

8100

-G
B1

C-6

1373
3046

INOVA HEALTH CARE SERVICES


07/22/2016

Zoning:
Overlay Dist:
Map Ref Num:

049-4- /01/ /0057

74-7-047-6*

84-P-018*

CDPA 74-7 -047-02

INOVA HEALTH CARE SERVICES


Applicant:
07/22/2016
Accepted:
AMEND PROFFERS AND CONDITIONS Proposed:
ASSOCIATED WITH RZ 74-7-047
116.78 AC OF LAND; DISTRICT - PROVIDENCE
Area:

Area:

142B

Conceptual Development Plan Amendment

AREA I

Arlington

AREA II
8301

Arlington Blvd

3112

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Comprehensive Sign Plan

Final Development Plan Amendment


FDPA 74-7 -047-02-01

Applicant:
Accepted:
Proposed:

INOVA HEALTH CARE SERVICES


07/22/2016
AMEND FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN
ASSOCIATED WITH FDP 74-7-047

Area:

Applicant:
Accepted:
Proposed:
Area:

116.78 AC OF LAND; DISTRICT - PROVIDENCE

Zoning Dist Sect:


Located:

EAST AND NORTH SIDE OF GALLOWS ROAD,


SOUTH OF ARLINGTON BOULEVARD AND WEST
OF THE CAPITAL BELTWAY

Zoning:
Overlay Dist:
Map Ref Num:

PDC

-G
B1

3046

84-P-018*

YORKTOWNE
CENTER C-6
A-736

95-P-007*

3058

3052

74-7-047-6*

116.78 AC OF LAND; DISTRICT - PROVIDENCE

Zoning Dist Sect:


Located:
Zoning:
Overlay Dist:
Map Ref Num:

EAST AND NORTH SIDE OF GALLOWS ROAD,


SOUTH OF ARLINGTON BOULEVARD AND WEST
OF THE CAPITAL BELTWAY

PDC
049-4- /01/ /0057

64

Gate House Plz.

304 0

INOVA HEALTH CARE SERVICES


07/22/2016
CONCEPTUAL SIGN PLAN

8100

049-4- /01/ /0057

C-6

1373

142B

CSP 74-7 -047-02

AREA I

Arlington

AREA II
8301

Arlington Blvd
C-3

PARKING

3112

FAIRFAX
HOUSE

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HOSPITAL

1A1

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PDC
33 00

FAIRFAX HOSPITAL
84-P-090

PDC

67

Gallows Rd

3160

FAIRVIEW

59

I-495

3141

326 9

Rd .

HEADQUARTERS

POOL

68

MOBIL OIL
CORPORATION

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70

w
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A-964

Pl.

32 12

8225

See(49-4)
(1-57B)

8207

CORPORATION

Corporate Dr.

8215 8209

Lothian

8227

Willow O aks

Adenlee Ave.

Adenlee Ave.

Sha ndw ick

06

te

98-MD-037

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CD

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THE PROPERTY THAT IS THE SUBJECT OF THE RELATED PROFFERED CONDITION AMENDMENT (PCA),
CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN AMENDMENT (CDPA), AND FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN AMENDMENT
(FDPA) APPLICATIONS IS IDENTIFIED ON THE FAIRFAX COUNTY ZONING MAP AS 49-4 ((1)) 57.

THE BOUNDARY INFORMATION SHOWN HEREON IS FROM A FIELD SURVEY AND/OR EXISTING RECORDS.

THERE ARE NO MINIMUM YARD REQUIREMENTS SET FORTH IN THE ZONING ORDINANCE FOR THE PDC
DISTRICT.

TO THE BEST OF OUR KNOWLEDGE, THERE ARE NO GRAVES LOCATED ON THE SUBJECT PROPERTY.

TO THE BEST OF OUR KNOWLEDGE, THERE ARE NO EXISTING UTILITY EASEMENTS HAVING A WIDTH OF
TWENTY-FIVE (25) FEET OR MORE ON THE SUBJECT PROPERTY.

THERE IS NO FLOODPLAIN DELINEATED BY THE FEDERAL INSURANCE ADMINISTRATION, UNITED STATES


GEOLOGICAL SURVEY, OR FAIRFAX COUNTY ON THIS PROPERTY.
IN ADDITION, THERE IS NO
ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY CORRIDOR (EQC), OR RESOURCE PROTECTION AREA (RPA) ON THE SUBJECT
PROPERTY.

6.

7.

8.

9.

31. EXCEPT AS DESCRIBED HEREIN, TO THE BEST OF OUR KNOWLEDGE, THE PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT
OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY CONFORMS TO ALL CURRENT APPLICABLE LAND DEVELOPMENT
ORDINANCES, REGULATIONS AND ADOPTED STANDARDS.

THE DEVELOPMENT PLAN DEPICTS A LEVEL 1 WET POND TO PROVIDE STORMWATER MANAGEMENT
AND BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES FOR THE APPLICATION PROPERTY (THE "SWM POND"). THE
APPLICANT RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CONSTRUCT THE SWM POND, IF AT ALL, IN CONNECTION WITH
CURRENTLY PROPOSED OR FUTURE DEVELOPMENT. AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO THE SWM POND, THE
APPLICANT MAY MEET STORMWATER MANAGEMENT AND BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
REQUIREMENTS THROUGH A COMBINATION OF PFM APPROVED FACILITIES INCLUDING, WITHOUT
LIMITATION, LOW IMPACT DEVELOPMENT AND UNDERGROUND SWM FACILITIES; PROVIDED, HOWEVER,
THAT ANY SUCH ALTERNATIVE STORMWATER MANAGEMENT OR BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
FACILITIES MUST BE LOCATED WITHIN THE LIMITS OF CLEARING AND GRADING SHOWN ON THE
DEVELOPMENT PLAN.

23. GIVEN THE NATURE OF THE PROPOSED USE, IT IS LIKELY THAT THE PROPOSED USE(S) WILL GENERATE,
UTILIZE, STORE, TREAT OR DISPOSE OF HAZARDOUS OR TOXIC SUBSTANCES AS SET FORTH IN TITLE
40, CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS PARTS 116.4, 302.4 AND 355; ANY HAZARDOUS WASTE AS SET
FORTH IN COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA/DEPARTMENT OF WASTE MANAGEMENT VR 672-10-1 - VIRGINIA
HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT REGULATIONS; AND/OR ANY PETROLEUM PRODUCTS AS DEFINED IN
TITLE 40, CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS PART 280. TO THE BEST OF OUR KNOWLEDGE AND BELIEF,
THE SUBSTANCES THAT MAY BE UTILIZED, STORED AND DISPOSED OF IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE
PROPOSED BUILDING PROGRAM AND/OR THE MAINTENANCE OF THE BUILDING PROGRAM AND
GROUNDS WILL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH SAID REGULATIONS.

22. THE LIMITS OF CLEARING AND GRADING SHOWN HEREON ARE SUBJECT TO MINOR MODIFICATIONS
WITH FINAL ENGINEERING AND DESIGN.

b. SOUTH-EASTERN BOUNDARY (PORTION) A 35' TSY 2 IS REQUIRED ALONG A 1,040 LF PORTION OF


THE SOUTH-EASTERN PROPERTY BOUNDARY. IN ACCORDANCE WITH 13-305.3 OF THE ZONING
ORDINANCE, A MODIFICATION OF THE REQUIRED PLANTING IS REQUESTED TO ALLOW EXISTING
VEGETATION TO SATISFY THE SCREENING REQUIREMENT. A WAIVER OF THE REQUIRED BARRIER D,
E, OR F IS REQUESTED ALONG THIS SAME PORTION OF FRONTAGE IN ACCORDANCE WITH 13-305.12
OF THE ZONING ORDINANCE.

a. WESTERN BOUNDARY (PORTION) A 25' TSY 1 IS REQUIRED ALONG A 1,250 LF PORTION OF THE
GALLOWS ROAD FRONTAGE. IN ACCORDANCE WITH 13-305.3 OF THE ZONING ORDINANCE, A
MODIFICATION OF THE REQUIRED PLANTING IS REQUESTED TO ALLOW EXISTING VEGETATION TO
SATISFY THE SCREENING REQUIREMENT. A WAIVER OF THE REQUIRED BARRIER D, E, OR F IS
REQUESTED ALONG THIS SAME PORTION OF FRONTAGE IN ACCORDANCE WITH 13-305.12 OF THE
ZONING ORDINANCE.

21. A MODIFICATION OF THE TRANSITIONAL SCREENING YARD REQUIREMENT AND A WAIVER OF THE
BARRIER REQUIREMENT ALONG A PORTION OF THE WESTERN AND SOUTH-EASTERN PROPERTY
BOUNDARIES ADJACENT TO RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT IS REQUESTED AS DESCRIBED:

20. LANDSCAPING WILL BE PROVIDED IN SUBSTANTIAL CONFORMANCE WITH THAT REPRESENTED ON THE
CDPA/FDPA, IN ACCORDANCE WITH CHAPTER 122 OF THE TREE CONSERVATION ORDINANCE, AND IN
ACCORDANCE WITH THE APPLICABLE PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER 12, TREE CONSERVATION, OF THE
PUBLIC FACILITIES MANUAL, AS DESCRIBED IN THE PROFFERS ASSOCIATED WITH THIS APPLICATION.

19. THE APPLICANT WILL MEET APPLICABLE REQUIREMENTS FOR FIRE PROTECTION AND ACCESS AS
PROVIDED IN THE STATEWIDE BUILDING CODE, THE FAIRFAX COUNTY PUBLIC FACILITIES MANUAL AND
THE STATEWIDE FIRE PREVENTION CODE WITH EACH SITE PLAN, UNLESS WAIVED OR MODIFIED.

18. THERE ARE CURRENTLY A TOTAL OF 8 EXISTING LOADING SPACES PROVIDED IN THE UNDERGROUND
LOADING FACILITIES CONNECTED TO AND SERVING ALL BUILDINGS/USES (ONE COMMON BUILDING
STRUCTURE). APPLICANT REQUESTS MODIFICATION /CONFIRMATION OF THE LOADING SPACE
REQUIREMENT IN ORDER TO ALLOW THE EXISTING LOADING SPACES TO MEET THE REQUIREMENT FOR
THE APPLICATION PROPERTY. THE APPLICANT RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CONSTRUCT ADDITIONAL
LOADING SPACES WITH FUTURE CONSTRUCTION OF BUILDING E AND F.

17. THE APPLICANT WILL MEET APPLICABLE REQUIREMENTS UNDER THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
ACT WITH EACH SITE PLAN.

16. PARKING SPACES FOR THE PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM ON THE SUBJECT PROPERTY WILL BE
PROVIDED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TABULATIONS SET FORTH HEREIN. THE APPLICANT RESERVES
THE RIGHT TO INCREASE OR DECREASE THE NUMBER OF PARKING SPACES AS REPRESENTED IN THE
TABULATION SO LONG AS THE RESULTING NUMBER OF SPACES SATISFIES THE MINIMUM NUMBER
PRESCRIBED BY THE ZONING ORDINANCE OR AS OTHERWISE MAY BE APPROVED BY THE DIRECTOR,
AND SO LONG AS THE AMOUNT OF OPEN SPACE AND THE MINIMUM DISTANCES TO THE PERIPHERAL
LOT LINES REMAIN IN SUBSTANTIAL CONFORMANCE WITH THOSE SHOWN ON THE CDPA/FDPA.

BUSINESS SERVICE AND SUPPLY SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS


EATING ESTABLISHMENTS
ESTABLISHMENTS FOR SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING
FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
OFFICE
PERSONAL SERVICE ESTABLISHMENT
PUBLIC USES
RETAIL SALES ESTABLISHMENT
ACCESSORY USES/ACCESSORY SERVICE USES
HEALTH CLUB
INSTITUTIONAL USE
CHILD CARE CENTERS AND NURSERY SCHOOLS
COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES
MEDICAL CARE FACILITIES
HOTEL
HELIPORTS
HELISTOPS
TEMPORARY USES
FAST FOOD RESTAURANT
QUICK SERVICE FOOD STORE
CONFERENCE CENTER
DWELLINGS

OPEN SPACE REQUIRED ...................................................................................................15% (17.52 AC)


TOTAL OPEN SPACE PROVIDED ...................................................................................... 68% (79.41 AC)

AREA OF DEVELOPED RECREATIONAL OPEN SPACE.........................................47,900 SF (1.10 AC.)

(1)

GFA CURRENTLY BUILT/PROPOSED FOR OPTIONAL USES: RESEARCH ........250,000 - 450,000 SF


EDUCATION............25,000 - 75,000 SF

GFA APPROVED/NOT BUILT/NOT PROGRAMMED.................................................................519,709 SF

GFA CURRENTLY BUILT/PROGRAMMED........................................................................... 1,175,291 SF


GFA PROPOSED ...........................................................................................................................5,000 SF

TOTAL GFA PROPOSED ..................................................................................................... 1,700,000 SF


FAR PROPOSED (AFTER EX. DEDICATION).................................................................................... 0.33

GFA APPROVED ....................................................................................................................1,700,000 SF


FAR APPROVED (AFTER EX. DEDICATION).................................................................................... 0.319

MAXIMUM BUILDING HEIGHT ALLOWED/PROPOSED ............................................................... 180 FT

CURRENTLY APPROVED USE ........................................................................ OFFICE AND HELIPORT


PROPOSED USES

EXISTING/PROPOSED ZONING ........................................................................................................ PDC

LAND AREA ............................................................................................................................... 116.78 AC

TABULATION:

30. NOTWITHSTANDING THE CDPA/FDPA IS PRESENTED AS ONE SET OF PLANS, THE APPLICANT RESERVES
THE RIGHT TO FILE FOR ONLY A PARTIAL PCA IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE APPLICABLE PROVISIONS OF
THE ZONING ORDINANCE.

14. STORMWATER MANAGEMENT (SWM) AND BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES (BMPs) FOR THE PROPOSED
DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM WILL BE PROVIDED AS SHOWN ON THE STORMWATER MANAGEMENT
SHEETS.

15. IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE FIRST OF FUTURE BUILDINGS E OR F, THE
APPLICANT WILL CONSTRUCT A NEW PEDESTRIAN CONNECTION ON EITHER ONE SIDE OF THE EXISTING
"PRIVATE DRIVE" FROM THE SOUTHERN ENTRANCE OF THE APPLICATION PROPERTY TO THE EXISTING
SIDEWALK ADJACENT TO THE "PRIVATE DRIVE".

29. ALL SIGNS WILL BE PROVIDED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS SET FORTH IN ARTICLE 12 OF
THE ZONING ORDINANCE AS MODIFIED BY AN APPROVED COMPREHENSIVE SIGN PLAN. IT IS ALSO
UNDERSTOOD THAT MOBILE AND LAND BASED TELECOMMUNICATIONS FACILITIES MAY BE PROVIDED
ON SITE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS SET FORTH IN SECT. 2-514 OF THE ZONING
ORDINANCE.

28. IT IS TO BE UNDERSTOOD THAT ADDITIONAL SITE FEATURES SUCH AS GAZEBOS, TRELLISES, SIGNS,
FLAGPOLES, SIDEWALKS/TRAILS, LIGHT STANDARDS, PASSIVE AND ACTIVE RECREATION FACILITIES,
WALLS, FENCES, AND/OR UTILITY AND MAINTENANCE STRUCTURES NOT REPRESENTED ON THE
GRAPHIC MAY BE PROVIDED AS LONG AS THE RESULTANT PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT IS IN
SUBSTANTIAL CONFORMANCE WITH THAT REPRESENTED ON THE GRAPHIC.

27. THE PRINCIPAL USE OF THE BUILDINGS ON THE CAMPUS IS OFFICE AND OTHER PERMITTED PRINCIPAL
USES AND SECONDARY USES.
IT IS TO BE UNDERSTOOD THAT ADDITIONAL PRINCIPAL AND
SECONDARY USES AS PRESCRIBED BY THE PROVISIONS SET FORTH IN PART 2 OF ARTICLE 6 OF THE
ZONING ORDINANCE MY ALSO BE ESTABLISHED IN THE EXISTING, APPROVED, AND PROPOSED
BUILDINGS, AND THAT ADDITIONAL SPECIAL EXCEPTION AND SPECIAL PERMIT USES ALLOWED IN THE
PDC DISTRICT MAY ALSO BE ESTABLISHED SUBJECT TO APPROPRIATE APPROVALS.

THE APPLICANT RESERVES THE RIGHT TO SHIFT GROSS FLOOR AREA THAT IS REPRESENTED ON THE
TABULATIONS FROM ONE BUILDING TO ANOTHER WITH THE UNDERSTANDING THAT THE MAXIMUM
TOTAL GROSS FLOOR AREA REPRESENTED IN THE TABULATION WILL NOT BE EXCEEDED.

THE TOTAL GROSS FLOOR AREA AND TOTAL MAXIMUM BUILDING HEIGHTS PRESENTED IN THE
TABULATION ARE TO BE CONSIDERED MAXIMUM APPROVED AND DIMENSIONS TO THE PERIPHERAL LOT
LINES PRESENTED ON THE GRAPHIC ARE TO BE DEEMED MINIMUMS WITH THE UNDERSTANDING THAT
ALL DIMENSIONS SHOWN ON THE GRAPHIC AND IN THE TABULATION ARE SUBJECT TO MINOR
MODIFICATION IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS SET FORTH IN SECT. 18-204 OF THE ZONING
ORDINANCE INCLUDING THE OPPORTUNITY TO REQUEST INTERPRETATION APPROVAL FOR ADDITIONAL
BUILDING HEIGHT UP TO 180 FEET MAXIMUM. THE FLOOR AREAS OF THE INDIVIDUAL BUILDINGS AS
PRESENTED IN THE TABULATION MAY VARY WITH FINAL ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN; HOWEVER, THE
TOTAL COMBINED GROSS FLOOR AREA AS PRESENTED IN THE TABULATION WILL NOT BE EXCEEDED.
GROSS FLOOR AREAS AND MAXIMUM BUILDING HEIGHTS WILL BE CALCULATED IN ACCORDANCE WITH
THE APPLICABLE PROVISIONS IN THE ZONING ORDINANCE.

26. THE FOOTPRINTS OF THE BUILDINGS SHOWN ON THE CDPA/FDPA MAY BE INCREASED AS LONG AS THE
MINIMUM REQUIRED OPEN SPACE PRESENTED IN THE TABULATION AND THE MINIMUM DISTANCES TO
THE PERIPHERAL LOT LINES AS PRESENTED ON THE GRAPHIC ARE NOT MATERIALLY DIMINISHED AND
AS LONG AS THE RESULTANT PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT IS IN SUBSTANTIAL CONFORMANCE WITH
THAT REPRESENTED ON THE CDPA/FDPA. THE SIZES AND SHAPES AND LOCATIONS OF THE PROPOSED
BUILDINGS, STRUCTURES, AND IMPROVEMENTS ARE PRELIMINARY AND SUBJECT TO MINOR
MODIFICATION WITH FINAL ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
PROVISIONS SET FORTH IN SECT. 18-204 OF THE ZONING ORDINANCE.

25. THE PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM WILL OCCUR IN PHASES WITH NO CURRENTLY ESTABLISHED
BEGINNING OR ENDING DATES.

24. THE FLOOR AREAS REPRESENTED IN THE TABULATION ARE GROSS FLOOR AREAS AS DEFINED IN THE
FAIRFAX COUNTY ZONING ORDINANCE. IT IS UNDERSTOOD THAT THE BUILDINGS MAY HAVE CELLAR
SPACES, THE APPLICABLE PORTIONS OF WHICH SPACES WILL BE CALCULATED FOR OFF-STREET
PARKING REQUIREMENTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS SET FORTH IN PAR. 25 OF SECT.
11-102 OF THE ZONING ORDINANCE.

THERE IS AN EXISTING 5' SIDEWALK ALONG THE EASTERN SIDE OF GALLOWS ROAD. THE APPLICANT
REQUESTS A WAIVER OF THE RECOMMENDED TRAIL AND THE MERRIFIELD STREETSCAPE ALONG THE
ENTIRE GALLOWS ROAD FRONTAGE IN FAVOR OF THE EXISTING 5' SIDEWALK AND MATURE EXISTING
VEGETATION TO REMAIN.

13. THE FAIRFAX COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN RECOMMENDS A MAJOR PAVED TRAIL ON BOTH SIDES
OF GALLOWS ROAD AND THE I-495 TRAIL (MAJOR REGIONAL TRAIL SYSTEM) ALONG INTERSTATE 495.
THE APPLICANT REQUESTS A WAIVER OF THE RECOMMEND I-495 TRAIL.

12. THE ENTIRE AREA OF DEVELOPED RECREATIONAL OPEN SPACE IS COMPRISED OF THE EXISTING AND
PROPOSED/RELOCATED ASPHALT TRAILS, WHICH MAY BE AMENDED FROM TIME TO TIME WITHOUT
REQUESTING A PCA.

11. OTHER THAN THE EXISTING VEGETATION AND WETLANDS, THERE ARE NO SCENIC ASSETS OR NATURAL
FEATURES DESERVING OF PROTECTION OR PRESERVATION ON THE SUBJECT PROPERTY.

10. ALL WETLANDS PERMITS REQUIRED BY LAW WILL BE OBTAINED PRIOR TO COMMENCING LAND
DISTURBANCE ACTIVITIES AFFECTING THE EXISTING WETLANDS.

THE PROPERTY IS SERVED BY PUBLIC WATER AND SEWER.

5.

4. THE TOPOGRAPHY SHOWN HEREON IS AT A CONTOUR INTERVAL OF TWO (2) FEET FROM AN AERIAL
SURVEY PROVIDED BY QUANTUM SPATIAL, COMPILED BY PHOTOGRAMMETRIC METHODS FROM AERIAL
PHOTOGRAPHY DATED 3/29/2015, VIRGINIA STATE COORDINATE SYSTEM (NAD83/NVGD29) AND FIELD
SUPPLEMENTED BY DEWBERRY.

3.

2. THE COMBINED CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN AMENDMENT / FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN


AMENDMENT ACCOMPANIES A PROFFERED CONDITION AMENDMENT (PCA) APPLICATION THAT HAS
BEEN FILED TO ADD TO THE LIST OF APPROVED USES, REPRESENT THE IMPROVEMENTS/EXPANSIONS
APPROVED BY RECENT INTERPRETATIONS, TO ADD A 5,000 SF IMPROVEMENT TO AN EXISTING BUILDING
ENTRY, ADD APPROXIMATELY 417 SURFACE PARKING SPACES ON THE NORTHERN PORTION OF THE
CAMPUS AND PROVIDE FOR A POSSIBLE NEW LEVEL 1 STORMWATER MANAGEMENT WET POND.

1.

NOTES:

(4)

(4) SEE NOTE 24, 26

(3) SEE NOTE 18

(2) SEE NOTE 16

(1) SEE NOTE 12

(2)

(3)

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SOURCE: VA DEQ STORMWATER DESIGN SPECIFICATION APPENDIX E: LANDSCAPING, 2011

PLANTING ZONES FOR TYPICAL STORMWATER BMPS

ZONES 5 & 6 - Floodplain Terrace & Upland Areas


Area: 80,670 SF (1.85 Ac)
Zone 5 only experiences inundation during large storms and is generally
between the 2-year and 100-year water surface elevation.
Zone 5 to include typical native floodplain plantings that are able to grow
on steep slopes, survive minimal maintenance besides periodic mowing
and withstand compacted soil.
Zone 6 are the upland areas and seldomly experience inundation.
Plant Zone 6 with native trees and shrubs such as american holly,
bayberry, blackgum, pin oak, red oak, red maple, etc. and continue
native meadow grass mix into this area.

ZONES 3 & 4 - Shoreline & Riparian Fringe Areas


Area: 20,900 SF (0.48 Ac)
Zone 3 extends from normal water surface to about 1' above normal
water surface.
Zone 3 is regularly inundated during runoff-producing storm events and
may stay saturated due to the proximity of the permanent pool but also
must tolerate periodic dry periods especially during summer months.
Zone 3 plantings to include but not be limited to: black willow and river
birch tree species and shrubs such as chokeberry.
Zone 4 is an area that is only briefly inundated during storms and can
include a variety of trees, shrubs and groundcover such as black willow,
river birch, red chokeberry, sweetgum, redosier dogwood, buttonbush,
etc.
amend topsoil as necessary
plant groundcover with a native meadow grass mix such as ERNMX-178
or equivalent

ZONES 1 & 2 -Deep & Shallow Water Areas


Area: 34,100 SF (0.78 Ac)
Zone 1 is submerged beneath 18"-72" of water
Zone 1 plantings to include but not be limited to: pondweed, coontail,
wild celery, etc.
Zone 2 contains a water depth of 0-18" and contains emergent wetland
plants such as common three-square, soft-stem bulrush, pickerelweed,
arrow arrum, sedges, etc.
Plant bareroot, tuber or plugs in these areas @ 4-6" O.C
use goose-netting around the pond perimeter until plants establish
plant in late winter

Replanting to include but not be limited to:

REPLANTING

Notes:
1. The purpose of this preliminary stormwater landscape plan is to depict areas on
the INOVA Property within the SWM facility that are required to be landscaped.
The specified planting areas are: the existing pond, the existing pond edge and
the floodplain terrace and upland slopes. This preliminary stormwater landscape
plan is conceptual in nature and should act as a guide for final site plan purposes.
All applicable codes shall be followed for approval of these planting efforts.
3. Proposed landscaping and the limits of clearing and grading shown on this sheet
are for the SWM Pond area only.
4. See Landscape Sheet 27 for Stormwater Management Facility Landscape
Planting Charts.

ZONES 5 AND 6

ZONES 3 AND 4

ZONES 1 AND 2

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SOURCE: RIPARIAN BUFFERS MODIFICATION & MITIGATION GUIDANCE MANUAL BY DCR CHESAPEAKE BAY LOCAL ASSISTANCE, 2006.

RECOMMENDED RIPARIAN BUFFER PLANTS

SOURCE: VA DEQ STORMWATER DESIGN SPECIFICATION APPENDIX E: LANDSCAPING, 2011.

RECOMMENDED RIPARIAN BUFFER PLANTS

RECOMMENDED RIPARIAN
GRASS MIXES

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Inova Center for Personalized Health

Client:

Project Number: FMG 79374.50

Falls Church, Virginia

Location:

Comprehensive Sign Plan 14 November 2016

This Comprehensive Sign Plan (CSP) depicts wayfinding, project identification and building
mounted signs for the Inova Center for Personalized Health (ICPH), located at 3225 Gallows Road
(the Property). In keeping with established Fairfax County policy and practice, signs located on
the Property that are not visible from public streets are not regulated by Article 12 of the Fairfax
County Zoning Ordinance. Such signs are shown on the CSP for information purposes only. The
Applicant reserves the right to relocate such signs and provide additional such signs without requiring
an amendment to this CSP or any further sign approvals, provided that (A) the maximum number of
signs shown on Sheet B.0 is not exceeded, and (B) that sign locations do not conflict with pedestrian
areas.

Building mounted signs are shown on the CSP specifically only with respect to Buildings A & B, the
Inova Schar Cancer Institute. The Applicant reserves the right to provide additional building mounted
signs on others of the buildings on the Property in locations, and of dimensions, generally consistent
with the locations and dimensions shown on the CSP for building mounted signs located on Buildings
A & B without requiring an amendment to this CSP, provided that the maximum number of signs
shown on Sheet B.0 is not exceeded.

All signs are subject to final design and engineering and will be constructed in substantial
conformance with the designs and general locations as shown in this CSP, except as otherwise
provided on note #1, and subject to minor modifications as may be approved by the Zoning
Administrator, as required.

Except as provided in Note 1 above, sign areas shown on the CSP are maximum values.
Sign areas may be reduced compared to that shown on the CSP.

Notwithstanding the number of signs shown on the CSP, the Applicant reserves the right to construct
fewer signs than are shown.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

General Notes

The specific location of signs shown on this CSP may be modified to accommodate final design
considerations, engineering constraints, location of utilities and roadway design. The final location of
signs shall not conflict with pedestrian areas.

8.

12. Upon the installation of permanent signs, any temporary sign(s) installed in proximity thereto

and serving the purpose of the permanent sign(s) shall be removed.

16726490.1

11. Sign lighting may include internal illumination, back-lit and sign-mounted down lights. Lighting of
signs will not produce disabling glare or be fluctuating, or moving. Sign illumination will be directional
to illuminate the surface of the sign only and will limit glare cast onto adjacent properties or roadways.
Signs with exposed neon tubing or exposed lamps or any exposed sign illumination or illuminated
sign cabinets or modules or of the flashing, rotating, moving, blinking or animated type that are visible
from public streets are not permitted.

10. The Applicant reserves the right to change the specified content, materials, color schemes and/or
type-style of signs as it deems necessary.

The Applicant reserves the right to provide additional temporary signs as permitted by Article 12
of the Zoning Ordinance without requiring modification to this CSP.

All signs will comply with the applicable requirements of the Zoning Ordinance pertaining to visibility
clearance at intersections.

7.

9.

Except as modified by this CSP, Article 12, Parts 1 and 3 of the Zoning Ordinance will apply to signs
at ICPH that are visible from public streets.

6.

02 PCA Submittal
03 PCA Submittal 1
04 PCA Submittal 2
05 PCA Submittal 3
06 PCA Submittal 4

27 MAY 2016
06 June 2016
21 June 2016
13 July 2016
14 Sept. 2016
14 Nov 2016

REV

PROJECT NO

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A.0

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14 Nov. 2016

General Notes

SHEET NAME

All Ideas, designs, arrangements,


and plans indicated or represented
by this drawing are owned by and the
property of FMG Design, and were
created, evolved, and developed
for use on and in connection with
the specified project. None of such
ideas, designs, arrangements, or
plans shall be used by or disclosed
to any person, firm, or corporation
for any purpose whatsoever without
the written permission of FMG
Design. Written dimensions on these
drawings shall have precedence
over scaled dimensions, contractors
shall field verify and be responsible
for all dimensions and conditions
on the job, FMG Design shall be
notified of any variations from the
dimensions and conditions shown
by these drawings. Shop details
must be submitted to FMG Design
for final approval prior to fabrication.

DISCLAIMER

# ISSUE
01 Client: Review

DATE

FMG DESIGN INC.


101 CRAWFORD ST.
STUDIO 1A
HOUSTON, TEXAS
77002-2144, USA
713.222.7979 office
713.222.6699 fax
fmgdesign.com

Environmental Graphics Program


PCA Submittal Document

12-203-(13)(A)

12-203-(13)(A)

12-203-(2)(G)

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

12-203-(13)(B)

12-203-(13)(B)

n/a

Ceremonial Entrance Wall (CEW) - SOUTH

Ceremonial Entrance Pylon (CEP)

Major Vehicular Directional (MVD)

Primary Vehicular Directional (PVD)

Secondary Vehicular Directional (SVD)

Tertiary Vehicular Directional (TVD)

Projecting Flag Sign (PFS)

Building Identification Pylon (BIP)

Building Identification Pylon 2 (BIP2)

Pedestrian Identification Pylon (PIP)

12-203-(8)

12-203-(8)

12-203-(8)

Address Number Graphics (ANG)

Garage Entry/Exit Graphics (GEI)

Ceremonial Graphics (CG)


See note 1

See note 1

See note 1

See note 1

See note 1

n/a

8-0 max ht; 20 sq ft max

1 per building

8-0 max ht; 20 sq ft max

1 per building

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

2-0 sq ft max

20-0 max ht; 40 sq ft max

1 per entrance

20-0 max ht; 40 sq ft max

1 per entrance

20-0 max ht; 40 sq ft max

1 per entrance

ARTICLE 12
ALLOWABLE AREA

12

12

14

10

1 (A & B)

1 (A & B)

See note 2

See note 2

See note 2

See note 2

+15 per sign

n/a

+136 sq ft

+128 sq ft

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

+60 sq ft

+188 sq ft

+980 sq ft (includes wall)

+1200 sq ft (includes wall)

See note 2

PROPOSED VS.
ALLOWABLE

Total sq ft allowed by zoning ordinance: 2904


Total freestanding: 184
Total building mounted: 2720

20 max sq ft each

125 max sq ft (largest) each

30 max sq ft each

125 max sq ft each

215 sq ft each

14 sq ft each

52 sq ft per side each

52 sq ft per side each

34 sq ft each

28 sq ft each

36 sq ft each

66 sq ft each

64 sq ft each

134 sq ft each (268 sq ft)

(520+460) = 980 sq ft

(580+620) = 1200 sq ft

TOTAL PROPOSED
SIGN AREA

Total freestanding: 4114


Total building mounted: 5400

Note 2: Total sq ft proposed: 9514

11-0 aprox. above grade

10-0 typ. above grade

56-10 above grade

56-10 above grade

120-9 above grade

7-6

6-1

6-1

15-6 / 7-4 sign ht.

7-0

8-10

11-5

22 / 8-2 sign ht.

19-9

5-9 to 8-3

6-11 to 8-7

PROPOSED
MAX #
HT. FROM GRADE
OF SIGNS
(TYPICAL)

foot (LF) of building for first 100 LF + 1.0 sq ft per LF of building over 100 LF, with no one sign greater than 200 sq ft. Total LF of buildings = 2,670

12-203-(8)

Building Mounted Graphics (BMG)

Note 1: 1.5 sq ft per linear

12-203-(8)

Building Mounted Project ID Graphics (BMPI)

Building Mounted Signage

12-203-(13)(A)

ORDINANCE
SECTION

Ceremonial Entrance Wall (CEW) - NORTH

Freestanding Signage

Community Signage - Permanent

SIGN TYPE / DESCRIPTION

Project Sign Matrix

03 PCA Submittal 1
04 PCA Submittal 2
05 PCA Submittal 3
06 PCA Submittal 4

21 June 2016
13 July 2016
14 Sept. 2016
14 Nov 2016

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PROJECT NO

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2016 FMG Design Inc.

B.0

SHEET NO

14 Nov. 2016

Project Sign Matrix

SHEET NAME

All Ideas, designs, arrangements,


and plans indicated or represented
by this drawing are owned by and the
property of FMG Design, and were
created, evolved, and developed
for use on and in connection with
the specified project. None of such
ideas, designs, arrangements, or
plans shall be used by or disclosed
to any person, firm, or corporation
for any purpose whatsoever without
the written permission of FMG
Design. Written dimensions on these
drawings shall have precedence
over scaled dimensions, contractors
shall field verify and be responsible
for all dimensions and conditions
on the job, FMG Design shall be
notified of any variations from the
dimensions and conditions shown
by these drawings. Shop details
must be submitted to FMG Design
for final approval prior to fabrication.

DISCLAIMER

02 PCA Submittal

06 June 2016

# ISSUE
01 Client: Review

27 MAY 2016

DATE

FMG DESIGN INC.


101 CRAWFORD ST.
STUDIO 1A
HOUSTON, TEXAS
77002-2144, USA
713.222.7979 office
713.222.6699 fax
fmgdesign.com

Environmental Graphics Program


PCA Submittal Document

PVD

PFS

GEI

Entrance

PFS

Entrance 1

PFS

GEI

Entrance

GEI

SVD

Entrance

PFS

Garage
Expansion

GEI

Entrance

PFS

Entrance

GEI

Building A

Pavilion A

Parking Spaces

Entrance

GEI

Tower 1

BMPI

Proton
Therapy Addition

ANG

Entrance

PFS

BMPI

CG

Tower 2

BMPI

Projecting Flag Sign

PFS

PVD

PFS

BIP

PFS

CEW

Entrance

Entrance

PIP

BMG

GEI

Building B

Tertiary Vehicular Directional


NOT SHOWN ON PLAN

TVD

Entrance

PFS

ANG

Entrance

GEI

GEI

ANG

Tower 3

BMPI

BIP2

BMPI

BIP2

GEI

CG

PIP

Tower 8

SVD

Tower 4

BMPI

North
Entrance

CEW

SVD

Entrance

GEI

BMG

BMPI

Building D

Garage Entry/Exit Identity


NOT SHOWN ON PLAN

BIP2

PFS

Entrance

PFS

ANG

Tower 6

Ceremonial Graphics
Fountain Water Feature
MAY BE LOCATED NEAR BUILDING ENTRANCES

Pedestrian Identification Pylon


NOT SHOWN ON PLAN

Central
Facilities Building

BMG

CEP

PIP

PIP

Entrance

PFS

Entrance

GEI

BMG

Building C

Secondary Vehicular Directional

SVD

Address Number Graphics

Building Mounted Graphics

BMG

Primary Vehicular Directional

PVD
ANG

Building Mounted Project I.D.

BMPI

Major Vehicular Direction

Building Identification Pylon


Building Identification Pylon - Type 2
NOT SHOWN ON PLAN

MVD

BIP
BIP2

Ceremonial Entrance Wall


Ceremonial Entrance Pylon

CEP

GEI

Entrance

PFS

Entrance

MVD

Parking Spaces

PFS

GEI

SVD

PVD

CEW

ICPH

Inova Fairfax
Medical Campus

Aerial View

INOVA Fairfax
Medical Campus

GPS#9429
ELEV=371.64

CEW

SHORT TERM
DEVELOPMENT

CEP

South
Entrance

CEW

MVD

02 PCA Submittal
03 PCA Submittal 1
04 PCA Submittal 2
05 PCA Submittal 3
06 PCA Submittal 4

27 MAY 2016
06 June 2016
21 June 2016
13 July 2016
14 Sept. 2016
14 Nov 2016

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14 Nov. 2016

ICPH Campus Overview

SIGN LOCATION PLAN

SHEET NAME

All Ideas, designs, arrangements,


and plans indicated or represented
by this drawing are owned by and the
property of FMG Design, and were
created, evolved, and developed
for use on and in connection with
the specified project. None of such
ideas, designs, arrangements, or
plans shall be used by or disclosed
to any person, firm, or corporation
for any purpose whatsoever without
the written permission of FMG
Design. Written dimensions on these
drawings shall have precedence
over scaled dimensions, contractors
shall field verify and be responsible
for all dimensions and conditions
on the job, FMG Design shall be
notified of any variations from the
dimensions and conditions shown
by these drawings. Shop details
must be submitted to FMG Design
for final approval prior to fabrication.

DISCLAIMER

# ISSUE
01 Client: Review

DATE

FMG DESIGN INC.


101 CRAWFORD ST.
STUDIO 1A
HOUSTON, TEXAS
77002-2144, USA
713.222.7979 office
713.222.6699 fax
fmgdesign.com

Environmental Graphics Program


PCA Submittal Document

PVD

CEW

CEP

PIP

North
Entrance

CEW

Secondary Vehicular Directional

Tertiary Vehicular Directional


NOT SHOWN ON PLAN

Projecting Flag Sign

SVD

TVD

PFS

GEI

FWF

PIP

Garage Entry/Exit Identity


NOT SHOWN ON PLAN

Foputian Water Feature


Ceremonial Graphics

Pedestrian Identification Pylon


NOT SHOWN ON PLAN

Address Number Graphics

Building Mounted Graphics


BMG

Primary Vehicular Directional


PVD

ANG

Building Mounted Project I.D.


BMPI

Major Vehicular Direction


MVD

Building Identification Pylon


Building Identification Pylon - Type 2
NOT SHOWN ON PLAN
BIP2

Ceremonial Entrance Wall


Ceremonial Entrance Pylon
CEP

CEW

BIP

MVD

02 PCA Submittal
03 PCA Submittal 1
04 PCA Submittal 2
05 PCA Submittal 3
06 PCA Submittal 4

27 MAY 2016
06 June 2016
21 June 2016
13 July 2016
14 Sept. 2016
14 Nov 2016

REV

PROJECT NO

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2016 FMG Design Inc.

E.DWG.B.0

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14 Nov. 2016

Section A

SIGN LOCATION PLAN

SHEET NAME

All Ideas, designs, arrangements,


and plans indicated or represented
by this drawing are owned by and the
property of FMG Design, and were
created, evolved, and developed
for use on and in connection with
the specified project. None of such
ideas, designs, arrangements, or
plans shall be used by or disclosed
to any person, firm, or corporation
for any purpose whatsoever without
the written permission of FMG
Design. Written dimensions on these
drawings shall have precedence
over scaled dimensions, contractors
shall field verify and be responsible
for all dimensions and conditions
on the job, FMG Design shall be
notified of any variations from the
dimensions and conditions shown
by these drawings. Shop details
must be submitted to FMG Design
for final approval prior to fabrication.

DISCLAIMER

# ISSUE
01 Client: Review

DATE

FMG DESIGN INC.


101 CRAWFORD ST.
STUDIO 1A
HOUSTON, TEXAS
77002-2144, USA
713.222.7979 office
713.222.6699 fax
fmgdesign.com

Environmental Graphics Program


PCA Submittal Document

GEI

SVD

PVD

GPS#9429
ELEV=371.64

CEW

Primary Vehicular Directional

Secondary Vehicular Directional

Tertiary Vehicular Directional


NOT SHOWN ON PLAN

Projecting Flag Sign

PVD

SVD

TVD

PFS

GEI

FWF

PIP

ANG

BMG

BMPI

Major Vehicular Direction


MVD

BIP
BIP2

Ceremonial Entrance Wall


Ceremonial Entrance Pylon
CEP

CEW

CEP

Garage Entry/Exit Identity


NOT SHOWN ON PLAN

Foputian Water Feature


Ceremonial Graphics

Pedestrian Identification Pylon


NOT SHOWN ON PLAN

Address Number Graphics

Building Mounted Graphics

Building Mounted Project I.D.

Building Identification Pylon


Building Identification Pylon - Type 2
NOT SHOWN ON PLAN

South
Entrance

CEW

MVD

02 PCA Submittal
03 PCA Submittal 1
04 PCA Submittal 2
05 PCA Submittal 3
06 PCA Submittal 4

27 MAY 2016
06 June 2016
21 June 2016
13 July 2016
14 Sept. 2016
14 Nov 2016

REV

PROJECT NO

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E.DWG.C.0

SHEET NO

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Section B

SIGN LOCATION PLAN

SHEET NAME

All Ideas, designs, arrangements,


and plans indicated or represented
by this drawing are owned by and the
property of FMG Design, and were
created, evolved, and developed
for use on and in connection with
the specified project. None of such
ideas, designs, arrangements, or
plans shall be used by or disclosed
to any person, firm, or corporation
for any purpose whatsoever without
the written permission of FMG
Design. Written dimensions on these
drawings shall have precedence
over scaled dimensions, contractors
shall field verify and be responsible
for all dimensions and conditions
on the job, FMG Design shall be
notified of any variations from the
dimensions and conditions shown
by these drawings. Shop details
must be submitted to FMG Design
for final approval prior to fabrication.

DISCLAIMER

# ISSUE
01 Client: Review

DATE

FMG DESIGN INC.


101 CRAWFORD ST.
STUDIO 1A
HOUSTON, TEXAS
77002-2144, USA
713.222.7979 office
713.222.6699 fax
fmgdesign.com

Environmental Graphics Program


PCA Submittal Document

Projecting Flag Sign

TVD

PFS

PVD

Tertiary Vehicular Directional


NOT SHOWN ON PLAN

PFS

Secondary Vehicular Directional

SVD

GEI

FWF

PIP

Entrance

GEI

GEI

PFS

Entrance 1

PFS

Garage Entry/Exit Identity


NOT SHOWN ON PLAN

Foputian Water Feature


Ceremonial Graphics

Pedestrian Identification Pylon


NOT SHOWN ON PLAN

Address Number Graphics

Building Mounted Graphics

BMG

Primary Vehicular Directional

PVD

ANG

Building Mounted Project I.D.

BMPI

Major Vehicular Direction

Building Identification Pylon


Building Identification Pylon - Type 2
NOT SHOWN ON PLAN

MVD

BIP

BIP2

Ceremonial Entrance Wall


Ceremonial Entrance Pylon

CEP

CEW

Entrance

GEI

SVD

Entrance

PFS

Garage
Expansion

GEI

Entrance

PFS

Entrance

GEI

Building A

Pavilion A

Parking Spaces

Entrance

GEI

Tower 1

BMPI

Proton
Therapy Addition

Entrance

PFS

ANG

BMPI

CG

Tower 2

BMPI

PFS

BIP
PFS

Entrance

Entrance

PIP

BMG

GEI

Building B

Entrance

PFS

ANG

Entrance

GEI

GEI

03 PCA Submittal 1
04 PCA Submittal 2
05 PCA Submittal 3

06 PCA Submittal 4

13 July 2016
14 Sept. 2016
14 Nov 2016

BMPI
DISCLAIMER

GEI

BMG

Building C

02 PCA Submittal
21 June 2016

REV

PIP

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2016 FMG Design Inc.

E.DWG.D.0

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14 Nov. 2016

Section C

SIGN LOCATION PLAN

SHEET NAME

Entrance
All Ideas, designs, arrangements,
and plans indicated or represented
by this drawing are owned by and the
property of FMG Design, and were
created, evolved, and developed
PFS with
for use on and in connection
the specified project. None of such
Entrance or
ideas,
BIP2 designs, arrangements,
plans shall be used by or disclosed
to any person, firm, or corporation
for any purpose whatsoever without
the written permission of FMG
PIP
Design. Written dimensions on these
ANGdrawings shall have precedence
over scaled dimensions, contractors
shall field verify and be responsible
for all dimensions and conditions
on the job, FMG Design shall be
BM
notified of any variations from the
dimensions and conditions shown
by these drawings. Shop details
must be submitted to FMG Design
for final approval prior to fabrication.

Tower 3

# ISSUE
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06 June 2016

27 MAY 2016

DATE

BMPI

FMG DESIGN INC.


101 CRAWFORD ST.
STUDIO 1A
HOUSTON, TEXAS
77002-2144, USA
713.222.7979 office
713.222.6699 fax
fmgdesign.com

Environmental Graphics Program


PCA Submittal Document

GEI

gB

Entrance

PFS

ANG

Entrance

GEI

GEI

ANG

Tower 3

BMPI

BIP2

BMPI

PIP

Entrance

PFS

PIP

Entrance

GEI

BMG

BIP2

Tower 8

SVD

Tower 4

BMPI

SVD

Entrance

GEI

BMG

BMPI

Building D

Central
Facilities Building

BMG

Building C

BIP2

PFS

Entrance

PFS

ANG

Tower 6

Entrance

PFS

Entrance

GEI

Projecting Flag Sign

Parking Spaces

PFS

PFS

TVD

Tertiary Vehicular Directional


NOT SHOWN ON PLAN

GEI

FWF

PIP

Pedestrian Identification Pylon


NOT SHOWN ON PLAN

GEI

SVD

Garage Entry/Exit Identity


NOT SHOWN ON PLAN

Foputian Water Feature


Ceremonial Graphics

DATE

03 PCA Submittal 1
04 PCA Submittal 2
05 PCA Submittal 3
06 PCA Submittal 4

21 June 2016
13 July 2016
14 Sept. 2016
14 Nov 2016

PROJECT NO

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2016 FMG Design Inc.

E.DWG.E.0

SHEET NO

14 Nov. 2016

Section C

SIGN LOCATION PLAN

SHEET NAME

All Ideas, designs, arrangements,


and plans indicated or represented
by this drawing are owned by and the
property of FMG Design, and were
created, evolved, and developed
for use on and in connection with
the specified project. None of such
ideas, designs, arrangements, or
plans shall be used by or disclosed
to any person, firm, or corporation
for any purpose whatsoever without
the written permission of FMG
Design. Written dimensions on these
drawings shall have precedence
over scaled dimensions, contractors
shall field verify and be responsible
for all dimensions and conditions
on the job, FMG Design shall be
notified of any variations from the
dimensions and conditions shown
by these drawings. Shop details
must be submitted to FMG Design
for final approval prior to fabrication.

DISCLAIMER

02 PCA Submittal

06 June 2016

# ISSUE
01 Client: Review

27 MAY 2016

REV

FMG DESIGN INC.


101 CRAWFORD ST.
STUDIO 1A
HOUSTON, TEXAS
77002-2144, USA
713.222.7979 office
713.222.6699 fax
fmgdesign.com

Aerial View

Secondary Vehicular Directional

SVD

Address Number Graphics

Building Mounted Graphics

BMG

Primary Vehicular Directional

PVD
ANG

Building Mounted Project I.D.

BMPI

Major Vehicular Direction

Building Identification Pylon


Building Identification Pylon - Type 2
NOT SHOWN ON PLAN

MVD

BIP
BIP2

Ceremonial Entrance Wall


Ceremonial Entrance Pylon

CEP

CEW

Environmental Graphics Program


PCA Submittal Document

4"

3'-3"

~3'-9"

~3'-8"

4'-2"

Center for Personalized Health

9'-0 1/4"

1'-0"

Ceremonial Entrance Wall - Side B - Unwrapped Elevation View


CEW
Scale: 3/32 = 1 - 0

CEP-S202

EXISTING SIDEWALK
PROPOSED SIDEWALK REDIRECTION

WALL B

WALL A

CEW-S201

Ceremonial Entrance Wall - Side A - Unwrapped Elevation View


CEW
Scale: 3/32 = 1 - 0

4'-2"

Aerial Orientation View


CEW
Scale: N.T.S.

North
Entrance

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CEW-S200

120'-0"

120'-0"

Plan Reference Diagram


CEW
Scale: N.T.S.

13'-3"

Center for Personalized Health

9'-0 1/4"

1'-0"

4'-2"

TOPOGRAPHY IS APPROXIMATE.
CIVIL SURVEY REQUIRED FOR ACCURATE PLACEMENT AND SCALE

4'-2"

~54'-0"

TO CEP CENTERLINE

TOPOGRAPHY IS APPROXIMATE.
CIVIL SURVEY REQUIRED FOR ACCURATE PLACEMENT AND SCALE

APPROXIMATE LOCATION OF WALLS &


FOOTINGS PENDING CIVIL SURVEY

620 sq ft

APPROXIMATE SQUARE FOOTAGE:

580 sq ft

APPROXIMATE SQUARE FOOTAGE:

3'-3"

~5'-0"
~5'-4"

02 PCA Submittal
03 PCA Submittal 1
04 PCA Submittal 2
05 PCA Submittal 3
06 PCA Submittal 4

27 MAY 2016
06 June 2016
21 June 2016
13 July 2016
14 Sept. 2016
14 Nov 2016

REV

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Ceremonial Entry Wall


North Entrance (1)

CEW

SHEET NAME

All Ideas, designs, arrangements,


and plans indicated or represented
by this drawing are owned by and the
property of FMG Design, and were
created, evolved, and developed
for use on and in connection with
the specified project. None of such
ideas, designs, arrangements, or
plans shall be used by or disclosed
to any person, firm, or corporation
for any purpose whatsoever without
the written permission of FMG
Design. Written dimensions on these
drawings shall have precedence
over scaled dimensions, contractors
shall field verify and be responsible
for all dimensions and conditions
on the job, FMG Design shall be
notified of any variations from the
dimensions and conditions shown
by these drawings. Shop details
must be submitted to FMG Design
for final approval prior to fabrication.

DISCLAIMER

# ISSUE
01 Client: Review

DATE

FMG DESIGN INC.


101 CRAWFORD ST.
STUDIO 1A
HOUSTON, TEXAS
77002-2144, USA
713.222.7979 office
713.222.6699 fax
fmgdesign.com

Environmental Graphics Program


PCA Submittal Document

4"

3'-3"

~5'-0"

~3'-8"

4'-2"

Center for Personalized Health

9'-0 1/4"

1'-0"

CEW-S101

Ceremonial Entrance Wall - Side B - Unwrapped Elevation View


CEW
Scale: 3/32 = 1 - 0

WALL B

WALL A

CEP-S102

Ceremonial Entrance Wall - Side A - Unwrapped Elevation View


CEW
Scale: 3/32 = 1 - 0

4'-2"

Aerial Orientation View


CEW
Scale: N.T.S.

South
Entrance

CEW-S100

120'-0"

120'-0"

Plan Reference Diagram


CEW
Scale: N.T.S.

13'-3"

Center for Personalized Health

9'-0 1/4"

1'-0"

4'-2"

TOPOGRAPHY IS APPROXIMATE.
CIVIL SURVEY REQUIRED FOR ACCURATE PLACEMENT AND SCALE

4'-2"

~54'-0"

TO CEP CENTERLINE

TOPOGRAPHY IS APPROXIMATE.
CIVIL SURVEY REQUIRED FOR ACCURATE PLACEMENT AND SCALE

APPROXIMATE LOCATION OF WALLS &


FOOTINGS PENDING CIVIL SURVEY

2'-6"
~3'-0"

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460 sq ft

APPROXIMATE SQUARE FOOTAGE:

520 sq ft

APPROXIMATE SQUARE FOOTAGE:

02 PCA Submittal
03 PCA Submittal 1
04 PCA Submittal 2
05 PCA Submittal 3
06 PCA Submittal 4

27 MAY 2016
06 June 2016
21 June 2016
13 July 2016
14 Sept. 2016
14 Nov 2016

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14 Nov. 2016

Ceremonial Entry Wall


South Entrance (2)

CEW

SHEET NAME

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and plans indicated or represented
by this drawing are owned by and the
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created, evolved, and developed
for use on and in connection with
the specified project. None of such
ideas, designs, arrangements, or
plans shall be used by or disclosed
to any person, firm, or corporation
for any purpose whatsoever without
the written permission of FMG
Design. Written dimensions on these
drawings shall have precedence
over scaled dimensions, contractors
shall field verify and be responsible
for all dimensions and conditions
on the job, FMG Design shall be
notified of any variations from the
dimensions and conditions shown
by these drawings. Shop details
must be submitted to FMG Design
for final approval prior to fabrication.

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# ISSUE
01 Client: Review

DATE

FMG DESIGN INC.


101 CRAWFORD ST.
STUDIO 1A
HOUSTON, TEXAS
77002-2144, USA
713.222.7979 office
713.222.6699 fax
fmgdesign.com

Environmental Graphics Program


PCA Submittal Document

19'-9"

6'-9"

CEP

Ceremonial Entrance Pylon - Elevation View


CEP
Scale: 1/4 = 1 - 0

(Future Content)

(Future Content)

(Future Content)

(Future Content)

Schar Cancer
Institute

Center for
Personalized
Health

INOVA

Plan View
Scale: 1/4 = 1 - 0

134 sq ft

APPROXIMATE SQUARE FOOTAGE:

Side View
Scale: 1/4 = 1 - 0

1'-0"

CEP

Reverse View
Scale: 1/4 = 1 - 0

CEP

02 PCA Submittal
03 PCA Submittal 1
04 PCA Submittal 2
05 PCA Submittal 3
06 PCA Submittal 4

27 MAY 2016
06 June 2016
21 June 2016
13 July 2016
14 Sept. 2016
14 Nov 2016

REV

PROJECT NO

FMG 79374.50

2016 FMG Design Inc.

E.DWG.3.0

SHEET NO

14 Nov. 2016

Ceremonial Entry Pylon

CEP

SHEET NAME

All Ideas, designs, arrangements,


and plans indicated or represented
by this drawing are owned by and the
property of FMG Design, and were
created, evolved, and developed
for use on and in connection with
the specified project. None of such
ideas, designs, arrangements, or
plans shall be used by or disclosed
to any person, firm, or corporation
for any purpose whatsoever without
the written permission of FMG
Design. Written dimensions on these
drawings shall have precedence
over scaled dimensions, contractors
shall field verify and be responsible
for all dimensions and conditions
on the job, FMG Design shall be
notified of any variations from the
dimensions and conditions shown
by these drawings. Shop details
must be submitted to FMG Design
for final approval prior to fabrication.

DISCLAIMER

# ISSUE
01 Client: Review

DATE

FMG DESIGN INC.


101 CRAWFORD ST.
STUDIO 1A
HOUSTON, TEXAS
77002-2144, USA
713.222.7979 office
713.222.6699 fax
fmgdesign.com

Environmental Graphics Program


PCA Submittal Document

22'-0"

8'-2"

13'-10"

7'-10"

MVD

Major Vehicular Directinoal - Elevation View


MVD
Scale: 1/4 = 1 - 0

Center for
Personalized Health

Fairfax Hospital

Planm View
Scale: 1/4 = 1 - 0

64 sq ft

APPROXIMATE SQUARE FOOTAGE:

4"
10 3/4"

Side View
Scale: 1/4 = 1 - 0

MVD

02 PCA Submittal
03 PCA Submittal 1
04 PCA Submittal 2
05 PCA Submittal 3
06 PCA Submittal 4

27 MAY 2016
06 June 2016
21 June 2016
13 July 2016
14 Sept. 2016
14 Nov 2016

REV

PROJECT NO

FMG 79374.50

2016 FMG Design Inc.

E.DWG.4.0

SHEET NO

14 Nov. 2016

Major Vehicular Directional

MVD

SHEET NAME

All Ideas, designs, arrangements,


and plans indicated or represented
by this drawing are owned by and the
property of FMG Design, and were
created, evolved, and developed
for use on and in connection with
the specified project. None of such
ideas, designs, arrangements, or
plans shall be used by or disclosed
to any person, firm, or corporation
for any purpose whatsoever without
the written permission of FMG
Design. Written dimensions on these
drawings shall have precedence
over scaled dimensions, contractors
shall field verify and be responsible
for all dimensions and conditions
on the job, FMG Design shall be
notified of any variations from the
dimensions and conditions shown
by these drawings. Shop details
must be submitted to FMG Design
for final approval prior to fabrication.

DISCLAIMER

# ISSUE
01 Client: Review

DATE

FMG DESIGN INC.


101 CRAWFORD ST.
STUDIO 1A
HOUSTON, TEXAS
77002-2144, USA
713.222.7979 office
713.222.6699 fax
fmgdesign.com

Environmental Graphics Program


PCA Submittal Document

11'-5"

5'-6"

5'-9"

INOVA

PVD

Primary Vehicular Directional - Elevation View


PVD
Scale: 1/2 = 1 - 0

(Future Content)

(Future Content)

Schar Cancer
Institute

Center for Personalized Health

Plan View
Scale: 1/2 = 1 - 0

1 5/8"

66 sq ft

8 3/8"
APPROXIMATE SQUARE FOOTAGE:

1 5/8"

Side View
Scale: 1/2 = 1 - 0

1'-0"

PVD

02 PCA Submittal
03 PCA Submittal 1
04 PCA Submittal 2
05 PCA Submittal 3
06 PCA Submittal 4

27 MAY 2016
06 June 2016
21 June 2016
13 July 2016
14 Sept. 2016
14 Nov 2016

REV

PROJECT NO

FMG 79374.50

2016 FMG Design Inc.

E.DWG.5.0

SHEET NO

14 Nov. 2016

Primary Vehicular
Directional

PVD

SHEET NAME

All Ideas, designs, arrangements,


and plans indicated or represented
by this drawing are owned by and the
property of FMG Design, and were
created, evolved, and developed
for use on and in connection with
the specified project. None of such
ideas, designs, arrangements, or
plans shall be used by or disclosed
to any person, firm, or corporation
for any purpose whatsoever without
the written permission of FMG
Design. Written dimensions on these
drawings shall have precedence
over scaled dimensions, contractors
shall field verify and be responsible
for all dimensions and conditions
on the job, FMG Design shall be
notified of any variations from the
dimensions and conditions shown
by these drawings. Shop details
must be submitted to FMG Design
for final approval prior to fabrication.

DISCLAIMER

# ISSUE
01 Client: Review

DATE

FMG DESIGN INC.


101 CRAWFORD ST.
STUDIO 1A
HOUSTON, TEXAS
77002-2144, USA
713.222.7979 office
713.222.6699 fax
fmgdesign.com

Environmental Graphics Program


PCA Submittal Document

8'-10"

SVD

Secondary Vehicular Directional - Elevation View


SVD
Scale: 1/2 = 1 - 0

(Future Content)

(Future Content)

Schar Cancer
Institute

3'-8"

4'-0"

Plan View
Scale: 1/2 = 1 - 0

36 sq ft

APPROXIMATE SQUARE FOOTAGE:

Side View
Scale: 1/2 = 1 - 0

8 1/2"

SVD

02 PCA Submittal
03 PCA Submittal 1
04 PCA Submittal 2
05 PCA Submittal 3
06 PCA Submittal 4

27 MAY 2016
06 June 2016
21 June 2016
13 July 2016
14 Sept. 2016
14 Nov 2016

REV

PROJECT NO

FMG 79374.50

2016 FMG Design Inc.

E.DWG.6.0

SHEET NO

14 Nov. 2016

Secondary Vehicular
Directional

SVD

SHEET NAME

All Ideas, designs, arrangements,


and plans indicated or represented
by this drawing are owned by and the
property of FMG Design, and were
created, evolved, and developed
for use on and in connection with
the specified project. None of such
ideas, designs, arrangements, or
plans shall be used by or disclosed
to any person, firm, or corporation
for any purpose whatsoever without
the written permission of FMG
Design. Written dimensions on these
drawings shall have precedence
over scaled dimensions, contractors
shall field verify and be responsible
for all dimensions and conditions
on the job, FMG Design shall be
notified of any variations from the
dimensions and conditions shown
by these drawings. Shop details
must be submitted to FMG Design
for final approval prior to fabrication.

DISCLAIMER

# ISSUE
01 Client: Review

DATE

FMG DESIGN INC.


101 CRAWFORD ST.
STUDIO 1A
HOUSTON, TEXAS
77002-2144, USA
713.222.7979 office
713.222.6699 fax
fmgdesign.com

Environmental Graphics Program


PCA Submittal Document

7'-0"

3'-8"

4'-0"

TVD

Tertiary Vehicular Directional - Elevation View


TVD
Scale: 1/2 = 1 - 0

Exit to
Gallows Road

Parking

Plan View
Scale: 1/2 = 1 - 0

28 sq ft

APPROXIMATE SQUARE FOOTAGE:

Side View
Scale: 1/2 = 1 - 0

8 1/2"

TVD

02 PCA Submittal
03 PCA Submittal 1
04 PCA Submittal 2
05 PCA Submittal 3
06 PCA Submittal 4

27 MAY 2016
06 June 2016
21 June 2016
13 July 2016
14 Sept. 2016
14 Nov 2016

REV

PROJECT NO

FMG 79374.50

2016 FMG Design Inc.

E.DWG.7.0

SHEET NO

14 Nov. 2016

Tertiary Vehicular Directional

TVD

SHEET NAME

All Ideas, designs, arrangements,


and plans indicated or represented
by this drawing are owned by and the
property of FMG Design, and were
created, evolved, and developed
for use on and in connection with
the specified project. None of such
ideas, designs, arrangements, or
plans shall be used by or disclosed
to any person, firm, or corporation
for any purpose whatsoever without
the written permission of FMG
Design. Written dimensions on these
drawings shall have precedence
over scaled dimensions, contractors
shall field verify and be responsible
for all dimensions and conditions
on the job, FMG Design shall be
notified of any variations from the
dimensions and conditions shown
by these drawings. Shop details
must be submitted to FMG Design
for final approval prior to fabrication.

DISCLAIMER

# ISSUE
01 Client: Review

DATE

FMG DESIGN INC.


101 CRAWFORD ST.
STUDIO 1A
HOUSTON, TEXAS
77002-2144, USA
713.222.7979 office
713.222.6699 fax
fmgdesign.com

Environmental Graphics Program


PCA Submittal Document

7'-4"

15'-6"

4'-6"

Ground Parking

Breast Center

Entrance 4

5'-5"

PFS

Projecting Flag Sign - Elevation View


PFS
Scale: 3/8 = 1 - 0

1'-0"

Plan View
Scale: 3/8 = 1 - 0

34 sq ft

APPROXIMATE SQUARE FOOTAGE:

SEE: DETAIL #2

Top Panel Section View


Scale: 3/8 = 1 - 0
PFS

Side View
Scale: 3/8 = 1 - 0

9 3/4"

PFS

02 PCA Submittal
03 PCA Submittal 1
04 PCA Submittal 2
05 PCA Submittal 3
06 PCA Submittal 4

27 MAY 2016
06 June 2016
21 June 2016
13 July 2016
14 Sept. 2016
14 Nov 2016

REV

PROJECT NO

FMG 79374.50

2016 FMG Design Inc.

E.DWG.8.0

SHEET NO

14 Nov. 2016

Projecting Flag Sign

PFS

SHEET NAME

All Ideas, designs, arrangements,


and plans indicated or represented
by this drawing are owned by and the
property of FMG Design, and were
created, evolved, and developed
for use on and in connection with
the specified project. None of such
ideas, designs, arrangements, or
plans shall be used by or disclosed
to any person, firm, or corporation
for any purpose whatsoever without
the written permission of FMG
Design. Written dimensions on these
drawings shall have precedence
over scaled dimensions, contractors
shall field verify and be responsible
for all dimensions and conditions
on the job, FMG Design shall be
notified of any variations from the
dimensions and conditions shown
by these drawings. Shop details
must be submitted to FMG Design
for final approval prior to fabrication.

DISCLAIMER

# ISSUE
01 Client: Review

DATE

FMG DESIGN INC.


101 CRAWFORD ST.
STUDIO 1A
HOUSTON, TEXAS
77002-2144, USA
713.222.7979 office
713.222.6699 fax
fmgdesign.com

Environmental Graphics Program


PCA Submittal Document

6'-1"

8'-1"

8'-7"

Building Identification Pylon - Elevation View


BIP
Scale: 1/2 = 1 - 0

Plan View
Scale: 1/2 = 1 - 0 BIP

Buildings A & B
3225 Gallows Road
3"

4 1/2"

52 sq ft

APPROXIMATE SQUARE FOOTAGE:


EACH
SIDE

2 1/2"

Side View
Scale: 1/2 = 1 - 0

5"

10"

BIP

2 1/2"

5
BIP2

Building Identification Pylon (Type 2) - Elevation View


BIP2
Scale: 1/2 = 1 - 0

Plan View
Scale: 1/2 = 1 - 0

Building X?
0000 Gallows Road

02 PCA Submittal
03 PCA Submittal 1
04 PCA Submittal 2
05 PCA Submittal 3
06 PCA Submittal 4

27 MAY 2016
06 June 2016
21 June 2016
13 July 2016
14 Sept. 2016
14 Nov 2016

REV

PROJECT NO

FMG 79374.50

2016 FMG Design Inc.

E.DWG.9.0

SHEET NO

14 Nov. 2016

Building Identification Pylon


Clinical

BIP

SHEET NAME

All Ideas, designs, arrangements,


and plans indicated or represented
by this drawing are owned by and the
property of FMG Design, and were
created, evolved, and developed
for use on and in connection with
the specified project. None of such
ideas, designs, arrangements, or
plans shall be used by or disclosed
to any person, firm, or corporation
for any purpose whatsoever without
the written permission of FMG
Design. Written dimensions on these
drawings shall have precedence
over scaled dimensions, contractors
shall field verify and be responsible
for all dimensions and conditions
on the job, FMG Design shall be
notified of any variations from the
dimensions and conditions shown
by these drawings. Shop details
must be submitted to FMG Design
for final approval prior to fabrication.

DISCLAIMER

# ISSUE
01 Client: Review

DATE

FMG DESIGN INC.


101 CRAWFORD ST.
STUDIO 1A
HOUSTON, TEXAS
77002-2144, USA
713.222.7979 office
713.222.6699 fax
fmgdesign.com

Environmental Graphics Program


PCA Submittal Document

7'-6"

1'-7"

1'-9"

PIP

Portal Identification Pylon - Elevation View


PIP
Scale: 3/4 = 1 - 0

Radiation Oncology

Pediatric Oncology

Diagnostic Imaging

Breast Imaging

Tower 2

Schar
Cancer Institute

Plan View
Scale: 3/4 = 1 - 0

14 sq ft

APPROXIMATE SQUARE FOOTAGE:

Side View
Scale: 3/4 = 1 - 0

4"

BIP

2 1/2"

03 PCA Submittal 1
04 PCA Submittal 2
05 PCA Submittal 3
06 PCA Submittal 4

21 June 2016
13 July 2016
14 Sept. 2016
14 Nov 2016

REV

PROJECT NO

FMG 79374.50

2016 FMG Design Inc.

E.DWG.10.0

SHEET NO

14 Nov. 2016

Pedestrian Identification
Pylon

PIP

SHEET NAME

All Ideas, designs, arrangements,


and plans indicated or represented
by this drawing are owned by and the
property of FMG Design, and were
created, evolved, and developed
for use on and in connection with
the specified project. None of such
ideas, designs, arrangements, or
plans shall be used by or disclosed
to any person, firm, or corporation
for any purpose whatsoever without
the written permission of FMG
Design. Written dimensions on these
drawings shall have precedence
over scaled dimensions, contractors
shall field verify and be responsible
for all dimensions and conditions
on the job, FMG Design shall be
notified of any variations from the
dimensions and conditions shown
by these drawings. Shop details
must be submitted to FMG Design
for final approval prior to fabrication.

DISCLAIMER

02 PCA Submittal

06 June 2016

# ISSUE
01 Client: Review

27 MAY 2016

DATE

FMG DESIGN INC.


101 CRAWFORD ST.
STUDIO 1A
HOUSTON, TEXAS
77002-2144, USA
713.222.7979 office
713.222.6699 fax
fmgdesign.com

Environmental Graphics Program


PCA Submittal Document

7'-1 1/2"

EXIT ONLY - Do Not Enter

CLEARANCE 8-6

Radiation Oncology
Imaging

Rooftop Graphic - Elevation Detail


BEA
Scale: 1/4 = 1 - 0

5'-0"

Rooftop Graphic - Building Elevation


BEA
Scale: 1 = 40 - 0

EXIT ONLY - Do Not Enter

CLEARANCE 8-6

Breast Imaging

30'-0"

FOR PLACEMENT ONLY - COLORS NOT SHOWN - ELEVATION IS TYPICAL

3225

5'-1 "

215 sq ft

APPROXIMATE SQUARE FOOTAGE:

Inova Schar Cancer Institute

Side View
Scale: 1/4 = 1 - 0

10"

EXIT ONLY - Do Not Enter

CLEARANCE 8-6

Restricted Parking

03 PCA Submittal 1

06 June 2016
21 June 2016

06 PCA Submittal 4

14 Nov 2016

REV

PROJECT NO

FMG 79374.50

2016 FMG Design Inc.

E.DWG.11.0

SHEET NO

14 Nov. 2016

Rooftop Graphic

BEA

SHEET NAME

All Ideas, designs, arrangements,


and plans indicated or represented
by this drawing are owned by and the
property of FMG Design, and were
created, evolved, and developed
for use on and in connection with
the specified project. None of such
ideas, designs, arrangements, or
plans shall be used by or disclosed
to any person, firm, or corporation
for any purpose whatsoever without
the written permission of FMG
Design. Written dimensions on these
drawings shall have precedence
over scaled dimensions, contractors
shall field verify and be responsible
for all dimensions and conditions
on the job, FMG Design shall be
notified of any variations from the
dimensions and conditions shown
by these drawings. Shop details
must be submitted to FMG Design
for final approval prior to fabrication.

DISCLAIMER

05 PCA Submittal 3
14 Sept. 2016

04 PCA Submittal 2

02 PCA Submittal

27 MAY 2016

13 July 2016

# ISSUE
01 Client: Review

DATE

FMG DESIGN INC.


101 CRAWFORD ST.
STUDIO 1A
HOUSTON, TEXAS
77002-2144, USA
713.222.7979 office
713.222.6699 fax
fmgdesign.com

Environmental Graphics Program


PCA Submittal Document

3'-0"

3'-0"

EXIT ONLY - Do Not Enter

CLEARANCE 8-6

Radiation Oncology
Imaging

EXIT ONLY - Do Not Enter

CLEARANCE 8-6

Breast Imaging

~37'-5"

FOR PLACEMENT ONLY - COLORS NOT SHOWN - ELEVATION IS TYPICAL

Inova Schar Cancer Institute

BMG

~37'-5"

113 sq ft

APPROXIMATE SQUARE FOOTAGE:

Front Elevation
Scale: 1/4 = 1 - 0

BMG

Schar Cancer Institute

Front Elevation
Scale: 1/4 = 1 - 0

Schar Cancer Institute

Building Mounted Graphic - Building Elevation


BMG
Scale: 1 = 40 - 0

3225

Side View
Scale: 1/4 = 1 - 0

6"

Side View
Scale: 1/4 = 1 - 0

6"

EXIT ONLY - Do Not Enter

CLEARANCE 8-6

Restricted Parking

03 PCA Submittal 1

06 June 2016
21 June 2016

06 PCA Submittal 4

14 Nov 2016

REV

PROJECT NO

FMG 79374.50

2016 FMG Design Inc.

E.DWG.12.0

SHEET NO

14 Nov. 2016

Building Mounted Graphics

BMG

SHEET NAME

All Ideas, designs, arrangements,


and plans indicated or represented
by this drawing are owned by and the
property of FMG Design, and were
created, evolved, and developed
for use on and in connection with
the specified project. None of such
ideas, designs, arrangements, or
plans shall be used by or disclosed
to any person, firm, or corporation
for any purpose whatsoever without
the written permission of FMG
Design. Written dimensions on these
drawings shall have precedence
over scaled dimensions, contractors
shall field verify and be responsible
for all dimensions and conditions
on the job, FMG Design shall be
notified of any variations from the
dimensions and conditions shown
by these drawings. Shop details
must be submitted to FMG Design
for final approval prior to fabrication.

DISCLAIMER

05 PCA Submittal 3
14 Sept. 2016

04 PCA Submittal 2

02 PCA Submittal

27 MAY 2016

13 July 2016

# ISSUE
01 Client: Review

DATE

FMG DESIGN INC.


101 CRAWFORD ST.
STUDIO 1A
HOUSTON, TEXAS
77002-2144, USA
713.222.7979 office
713.222.6699 fax
fmgdesign.com

Environmental Graphics Program


PCA Submittal Document

3'-0"

EXIT ONLY - Do Not Enter

CLEARANCE 8-6

Radiation Oncology
Imaging

Front Elevation
Scale: 1/4 = 1 - 0

ANG

EXIT ONLY - Do Not Enter

CLEARANCE 8-6

Breast Imaging

27 sq ft

APPROXIMATE SQUARE FOOTAGE:

Side View
Scale: 1/4 = 1 - 0

6"

FOR PLACEMENT ONLY - COLORS NOT SHOWN - ELEVATION IS TYPICAL

3225

9'-0"

Address Number Graphic - Building Elevation


ANG
Scale: 1 = 40 - 0

3225

Inova Schar Cancer Institute

3'-0"

CLEARANCE 8-6

Restricted Parking

Alternate Layout
Scale: 1/4 = 1 - 0

ANG

100

7'-4"
MAXIMUM

EXIT ONLY - Do Not Enter

21 sq ft

APPROXIMATE SQUARE FOOTAGE:

03 PCA Submittal 1

06 June 2016
21 June 2016

06 PCA Submittal 4

14 Nov 2016

REV

PROJECT NO

FMG 79374.50

2016 FMG Design Inc.

E.DWG.13.0

SHEET NO

14 Nov. 2016

Building Number Graphics

BNG

SHEET NAME

All Ideas, designs, arrangements,


and plans indicated or represented
by this drawing are owned by and the
property of FMG Design, and were
created, evolved, and developed
for use on and in connection with
the specified project. None of such
ideas, designs, arrangements, or
plans shall be used by or disclosed
to any person, firm, or corporation
for any purpose whatsoever without
the written permission of FMG
Design. Written dimensions on these
drawings shall have precedence
over scaled dimensions, contractors
shall field verify and be responsible
for all dimensions and conditions
on the job, FMG Design shall be
notified of any variations from the
dimensions and conditions shown
by these drawings. Shop details
must be submitted to FMG Design
for final approval prior to fabrication.

DISCLAIMER

05 PCA Submittal 3
14 Sept. 2016

04 PCA Submittal 2

02 PCA Submittal

27 MAY 2016

13 July 2016

# ISSUE
01 Client: Review

DATE

FMG DESIGN INC.


101 CRAWFORD ST.
STUDIO 1A
HOUSTON, TEXAS
77002-2144, USA
713.222.7979 office
713.222.6699 fax
fmgdesign.com

Environmental Graphics Program


PCA Submittal Document

4'-2"

3'-0"

EXIT ONLY - Do Not Enter

CLEARANCE 8-6

Radiation Oncology
Imaging

EXIT ONLY - Do Not Enter

Garage Entry/Exit Identification & Garage Clearance Bars


GEI & GCB
Scale: 1/4 = 1 - 0

Garage Entry/Exit Identification & Garage Clearance Bars - Building Elevation


BEA
Scale: 1 = 40 - 0

EXIT ONLY - Do Not Enter

CLEARANCE 8-6

Breast Imaging

Inova Schar Cancer Institute

28'-0"

CLEARANCE 7-0

Breast Imaging

VARRIES BY LOCATION

117 sq ft

3"

8"

Side View
Scale: 1/4 = 1 - 0

APPROXIMATE SQUARE FOOTAGE:

1'-3"

FOR PLACEMENT ONLY - COLORS NOT SHOWN - ELEVATION IS TYPICAL

3225

CLEARANCE 8-6

Restricted Parking

GEI & GCB

EXIT ONLY - Do Not Enter

Alternate layouts
Scale: 1/8 = 1 - 0

EXIT ONLY - Do Not Enter

EXIT ONLY - Do Not Enter

CLEARANCE 7-0

Radiation Oncology
Imaging

CLEARANCE 7-0

Restricted Parking

03 PCA Submittal 1

06 June 2016
21 June 2016

06 PCA Submittal 4

14 Nov 2016

REV

PROJECT NO

FMG 79374.50

2016 FMG Design Inc.

E.DWG.14.0

SHEET NO

14 Nov. 2016

Garage Entry/Exit
Identification

GEI

SHEET NAME

All Ideas, designs, arrangements,


and plans indicated or represented
by this drawing are owned by and the
property of FMG Design, and were
created, evolved, and developed
for use on and in connection with
the specified project. None of such
ideas, designs, arrangements, or
plans shall be used by or disclosed
to any person, firm, or corporation
for any purpose whatsoever without
the written permission of FMG
Design. Written dimensions on these
drawings shall have precedence
over scaled dimensions, contractors
shall field verify and be responsible
for all dimensions and conditions
on the job, FMG Design shall be
notified of any variations from the
dimensions and conditions shown
by these drawings. Shop details
must be submitted to FMG Design
for final approval prior to fabrication.

DISCLAIMER

05 PCA Submittal 3
14 Sept. 2016

04 PCA Submittal 2

02 PCA Submittal

27 MAY 2016

13 July 2016

# ISSUE
01 Client: Review

DATE

FMG DESIGN INC.


101 CRAWFORD ST.
STUDIO 1A
HOUSTON, TEXAS
77002-2144, USA
713.222.7979 office
713.222.6699 fax
fmgdesign.com

Environmental Graphics Program


PCA Submittal Document

Ceremonial Graphics - Fountain Wall Feature - Detail Elevation


FWF
Scale: 3/4 = 1 - 0

Ceremonial Graphics - Fountain Wall Feature - Mounting Elevation


FWF
Scale: 1/4 = 1 - 0

14'-5"

30" SQ

10"

12 sq ft

APPROXIMATE SQUARE FOOTAGE:

Ceremonial Graphics - Fountain Wall Feature - Plan


FWF
Scale: N.T.S.

1"

Side View
Scale: 3/4 = 1 - 0

2"

FWF

FMG 79374.50

2016 FMG Design Inc.

E.DWG.15.0

SHEET NO

14 Nov. 2016

PROJECT NO

FWF - Fountain Wall Feature

CG: Ceremonial Graphics

SHEET NAME

DISCLAIMER

REV

06 PCA Submittal 4

05 PCA Submittal 3

04 PCA Submittal 2

03 PCA Submittal 1

02 PCA Submittal

01 Client: Review

# ISSUE

FMG DESIGN INC.


101 CRAWFORD ST.
STUDIO 1A
HOUSTON, TEXAS
77002-2144, USA
713.222.7979 office
713.222.6699 fax
fmgdesign.com

All Ideas, designs, arrangements,

and plans
indicated or represented
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DESCRIPTION OF THE APPLICATIONS


Proposal:
The applicant, Inova Health Care Services, proposes to adaptively reuse the former
Exxon Mobil Office Complex located on Tax Map 49-4 ((1)) 57. The site is zoned to the
PDC District and developed with four 8-story office buildings and one two-story central
facilities building constructed over a 4-level below grade parking garage with
approximately 1.2 million gross square feet and 2,594 parking spaces. Entitlements
related to the approval of RZ 74-7-047-2 allow an expansion of the office space with two
additional office buildings, which would bring the site to a total of 1.7 million gross
square feet. The applicant seeks approval of three applications (PCA, CDPA and
FDPA) to convert some of the approved office uses to allow up to 450,000 square feet
of research space and 75,000 square feet of college and university use, which are
permitted principal and secondary uses in the PDC District. These uses were not
included as part of the original entitlement and development plan. In addition, the
applicant seeks: to expand the existing surface parking lot in front of Buildings A and B
from 262 spaces to 417 parking spaces; to upgrade the existing stormwater facilities on
the site to meet current standards; and to modify the entrance to the central facilities
building. No changes to the overall intensity (0.33 FAR) of the original rezoning
application area are proposed.
In addition, the applicant filed a comprehensive sign plan application to create a
coordinated, effective and aesthetically pleasing signage system for the Inova Center of
Personalized Care at the former Exxon Mobil Office Complex.
Waivers Requested:

Modification of the transitional screening and barrier requirements to the west


and southeast.
Modification of the Merrifield Streetscape Recommendations along Gallows Road
Modification of the Major Paved Trail requirement along Gallows Road and a
portion of I-495.
Modification of the loading space requirement for office uses to permit the eight
existing loading spaces to remain.

A reduced copy of the Conceptual and Final Development Plan Amendments and the
Comprehensive Sign Plan are included at the front of this report. The proffers,
development conditions, affidavit and statement of justification are included as
Appendices 1 through 5.

LOCATION AND CHARACTER


Site Description:
The 116.78 acre subject property is located at the southwestern quadrant of Arlington
Boulevard and I-495. The site is developed with four 8-story office buildings over a 4level below-grade parking garage with approximately 1.2 million gross square feet and
2,594 parking spaces. The site is further entitled through the approval of

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RZ 74-07-047-02 to expand the office space with two more office buildings, which would
bring the site to a total of 1.7 million gross square feet. The site includes tributaries
leading to Holmes Run and large treed areas adjacent to I-495, both of which are
preserved as private open space. Access to the site is from two points on Gallows
Road.
Surrounding Area Description

Willow Oaks
Office Complex

Amberleigh
Apartments

Hilton
Route 50
As shown above, the existing office complex is surrounded by Route 50 to the north;
I-495 to the east; the Woodburn Medical Offices to the south; and the Inova Fairfax
Hospital Campus; Amberleigh apartments and the Willow Oaks Office Complex to the
west. A summary of the surrounding uses, zoning, and comprehensive plan
recommendations is provided in the following table:

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Surrounding Area Description


Direction

Use

Zoning

Plan

North

Retail (Across Rt. 50)

C-4

Retail

South

Woodburn Medical Office


I-495
Fairview Office Park
Willow Oaks Office Park
Multi-family Residential
Inova Fairfax Hospital

C-2

Office

PDC
C-3
R-20
C-3

Office
Office
Residential
Office

East
West

BACKGROUND

On August 2, 1977, the Board of Supervisors approved RZ 74-7-047-2 to allow an


office development complex (Exxon Mobil Headquarters campus) at an FAR of
0.319 with approximately 1.7 million gross square feet. The Planning Commission
approved FDP 74-7-047-2 on July 6, 1977, subject to Board approval of the
rezoning. The approved CDP/FDP shows an interior roadway, running from Gallows
Road through the site to Woodburn Road to the south, and a development that
includes six 8-story office buildings and related parking structures. Only four of the
six office buildings approved for the site have been built, comprising a total of
1,193,970 gross square feet of GFA. As such, approximately 510,000 square feet of
the approved GFA remains unbuilt. In prior interpretations, it was determined that a
guard booth (October 20, 2008), a helistop (March 30, 1998) and surface and
structured parking (January 3, 2002) were in substantial conformance with the
zoning approval. This application currently governs the site and the approved
proffers and development plan are included in Appendix 6.
On July 31, 2015, Proffer Interpretation PI 1504 022 determined that the Inova
Comprehensive Cancer and Research Institute (ICCRI) use would be in substantial
conformance with the approved zoning for the Exxon Mobil Headquarters campus.
The Zoning Administrator determined that the use is similar to other outpatient
facilities with no overnight stays or emergency services, which have consistently
been deemed to be an office use. In addition three site improvements were
determined to be in substantial conformance with the CDP/FDP, which included: 1) a
4-level building addition, including approximately 75,000 square feet to the rear of
Building A; 2) a 4500 square-foot building addition at the existing entrance to
Buildings A and B to provide a new vehicular drop-off circle and parking garage
entrance on the west side of Building B; and 3) a new access drive to the rear of
Building A (24 feet in width and approximately 1200 feet in length). Copies of this
interpretation are on file with the Department of Planning and Zoning Zoning
Evaluation Division.
On December 2, 2015, Proffer Interpretation PI 1510 044 determined the following
site improvements to be in substantial conformance with the CDP/FDP: 1) an
addition of a fifth story to the Building A expansion permitted by the previous July 31,

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2015 determination; 2) a two level pedestrian bridge over the parking garage to
improve pedestrian accessibility for Building A; 3) minor adjustments to the limits of
clearing and grading associated with the stormwater outfall behind Building B.
Copies of this interpretation are on file with the Department of Planning and Zoning
Zoning Evaluation Division.

On March 21, 2016, Proffer Interpretation PI 1602 004 determined the following site
improvements to be in substantial conformance with the CDP/FDP:
o a second addition to Building A, previously approved for an expansion in the
July 31,2015 interpretation, to contain house systems and equipment to
perform proton beam therapy as a form of cancer treatment (this three-level
building addition would consist of 120,000 square feet of GFA, reallocated
from the unbuilt balance);
o a three level parking structure located to the north of Building A containing
500-600 parking spaces;
o an expansion of the surface parking area to the north of the Central Facilities
Building (CFB)to contain 100-150 parking spaces;
o a temporary road connection for construction;
o a newly designed entry for the northwest side of the existing CFB to allow an
outdoor courtyard/entry area; and
o the installation of six, 2l-foot high cooling towers on the southern rooftop of
the CFB.
Copies of this interpretation are on file with the Department of Planning and Zoning
Zoning Evaluation Division.

COMPREHENSIVE PLAN (Appendix 7)


Plan Area: Area I, Merrifield Suburban Center, Land Unit K
Plan Map: Office
Plan Text: Planned for office use up to 0.35 FAR.
Development is limited to 1.75 million square feet of office and may include accessory
uses such as day care, restaurants and services to serve the buildings tenants. Any
modification, expansion, and/or reuse of the existing buildings should be consistent with
guidelines for Existing Uses and Buildings under the Area-Wide Land Use section, with
any new office structures retaining the substantial vegetative buffer and screening
areas.
Height Limit: The maximum building height is 180 feet. Open space should be
preserved on this site to include the environmentally sensitive areas associated with
branches of Holmes Run, as well as mature stands of trees along Gallows Road and
Arlington Boulevard which screen and buffer the office development from Bedford
Village. See the Building Heights Map, Figure 16, and the Building Height Guidelines
under the Area-Wide Urban Design section.

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ANALYSIS
1) Conceptual/Final Development Plan Amendment (CDPA/FDPA)
(copy at front of staff report)
Title of CDPA/FDPA: Inova Center for Personalized Health
Prepared by:
Dewberry Consultants LLC and Christopher Consultants
Date:
June 20, 2016 as revised through November 14, 2016
2) Comprehensive Sign Plan (CSP)
(copy at front of staff report)
Title of CSP:
Prepared By:
Date:

Inova Center for Personalized Health


FMG Design
November 14, 2016

The analysis of the CDPA/FDPA is provided below and a discussion of the CSP follows.
Comparison with Currently Approved CDP/FDP
The CDPA/FDPA contains 31 sheets with a sheet index included on Sheet 1. These
applications carry forward existing conditions of the site and modifications to Buildings A
and B previously determined to be in substantial conformance with the approved
CDP/FDP and discussed in the background section of the staff report. No changes to
the overall intensity (0.33 FAR) of the original rezoning application area or to exterior
footprints of Buildings C and D are proposed. Changes to the entrance of the Central
Facilities Building (CFB) and the limits of clearing and grading associated with the
proposed stormwater management (SWM) wet pond enhancements are proposed to
meet current building code and SWM standards.
Site Layout
The site layout shows an interior roadway (running from the first entrance from Gallows
Road opposite from Anderson Drive on the north through the site to the second
entrance opposite from the Inova Fairfax Hospital Emergency Room entrance to the
south) and a development that includes six 8-story office buildings and related parking
structures located to the east of the roadway and a central facilities building on the west.
Only four of the six office buildings approved for the site have been built, comprising a
total of approximately 1.2 million gross square feet of GFA of primarily office space. As
such, approximately 500,000 square feet of the approved GFA remains unbuilt. The
site is currently unoccupied; however, Inova has recently signed a 99-year ground lease
from Exxon Mobil to adaptively re-use and re-occupy the site. The applicant proposes
to convert some of the approved office space to allow up to 450,000 square feet of
research space and 75,000 square feet of college and university use. Buildings A and
B will be used for the ambulatory out-patient care associated with the Cancer Center,
previously approved through interpretations. Buildings C and D are proposed to contain
research space and college and university uses. The CFB is proposed to be converted
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future Buildings E and F are carried forward from the original rezoning application. The
graphic below shows the existing layout of the buildings.

Building A
Approved
Improvements

1) Parking Lot
Expansion

A
B
C

2) SWM
Improvement

3) CFB

D
Gallows
Rd

E
F

Woodburn
Rd

The proposed site modifications are highlighted in red circles on the graphic above and
include: 1) an expansion of the existing surface parking lot in front of Buildings A and B
from 262 spaces to 417 parking spaces; 2) an improvement to the existing stormwater
facilities on the site to meet current standards; and 3) a modification of the entrance to
the central facilities building. No changes to the overall intensity (0.33 FAR) of the
original rezoning application area or to the existing vehicular and pedestrian access
points from Gallows Road are proposed.

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Parking
The Zoning Ordinance requires 3,352 parking spaces for the uses listed on the
CDP/FDP and the applicant proposes to provide 3,573 parking spaces on the site.
These spaces would be located within the proposed surface parking lot expansion in
front of Buildings A and B and within existing parking structures located under and
adjacent to Buildings A, B, C and D.
Open Space and Pedestrian Access
Approximately 68 percent of the site will remain open space, which continues to exceed
the required 15 percent. A significant portion of the space is accessed from an
established network of trails on the site and sidewalks located along Gallows Road.
Pedestrians may continue to access the trail network from sidewalk connections located
at the two main access points from Gallows Road and from the pedestrian-only access
near the existing bus stop on Gallows Road. The applicant proffered to maintain this
existing trail network and to potentially expand the trail network around the proposed
stormwater management wet pond facility located to the east of Buildings B and C, if it
is determined at site plan review that the new SWM facility is needed. The applicant
also proffered to install two new outdoor fitness stations near Building A prior to the
issuance of a Non-Residential Use Permit. These facilities will be open and available
for use by employees, patients and visitors of the property during daylight hours.
Bicycle Parking
The applicant has proffered to provide 30 short-term bicycle parking spaces (consisting
of three double-sided racks (for a total of six spaces) outside each of Buildings A, B, C,
D and the CFB Building. In addition, the Applicant will provide a total of 92 long-term
bicycle parking spaces within the parking garages on the property. Final determination
of the location of these facilities will be made during site plan review in coordination with
the Fairfax County Department of Transportation (FCDOT).
Stormwater Management
The applicant is proposing to add 417 surface parking spaces in an area which is
currently wooded and requires stormwater management. The applicant is proposing
two possible options to address stormwater management and best management
practices on the site. Option 1 would upgrade the existing pond to a Level 1 Wet Pond
and Option 2 would include a series of underground detention vaults located within the
limits of clearing and grading. Both options would be designed to meet the current
stormwater requirements. Adequate outfall to Holmes Run is proposed to be met
through the detention method for determining allowable post-developed discharges.
Final determination on the adequacy of these facilities will be made during site plan
review.
Land Use
No land use issues were identified.

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Environmental Analysis (Appendix 8)


Green Building
The proposed use is based largely on the reuse of an existing grouping of office
buildings. The proposed modifications do not trigger typical green building certification
as might be seen with the construction of new buildings. However, staff has
encouraged the applicant to incorporate green building measures into the proposed use
to the extent practicable. The applicant has offered a list of possible green building
measures. However, they have indicated that they will not proffer to these measures.
While a more substantive commitment to green building measures would be preferable,
staff finds that the approach proposed by the applicant under the given circumstances is
acceptable as there is no increase in intensity proposed with the current applications.
Urban Forest Management (Appendix 9)
Urban Forest Management has reviewed the application and indicated that all previous
comments and recommendations on the previously submitted development plans dated
August 25, 2016 and September 14, 2016 have been adequately addressed. A minor
comment related to Proffer 10.C was made regarding changes in type of landscape
material during site plan review. Any change will be reviewed by Urban Forest
Management.
Transportation Analysis (Appendix 10)
The applicant is seeking to convert approved office use to permit 450,000 square feet of
research and development space, which is an approved principal use in the PDC district
and 75,000 square feet of college/university, which is a permitted secondary use in the
PDC district. Within the approved office use designation for the site, the applicant is
proposing to have a cancer center, medical offices, administrative office, and
conference space. Based on the change in approved uses, Fairfax County Department
of Transportation (FCDOT) staff asked the applicant to provide additional clarification
regarding vehicle trip characteristics that would accompany the change in office use,
with the understanding that uses such as medical office and the cancer center have
been determined by the Zoning Administrator to be office uses. The applicant provided
data to FCDOT, which indicated that anticipated vehicle trips to the site are more akin to
a hospital use, in terms of vehicle trip generation estimates, and not medical office
vehicle trip generation estimates. This finding assumes most of the facilities on the site
will focus on cancer care, where patients stay for longer periods of time for treatment
than typical medical offices. In addition, the applicant proposes to provide multiple
specialists (medical office) on this one campus, thus eliminating the need for patients to
make several trips for treatments to other locations. This benefit in turn reduces the
vehicle impact (from additional trips generated) on the surrounding road network.
FCDOT staff determined that the explanation and data were acceptable as this vehicle
trip generation approach was taken for a previously approved Special Exception for this
cancer center within the Willow Oaks development, north of Inova Fairfax Hospital.
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FCDOT requested that the applicant work with the Exxon Mobil site, on the opposite
side of Gallows Road, to remove the diverter islands (pork chops) at the northern and
southern entrances to the Exxon Mobil site. The rationale was to improve pedestrian
and bicycle safety, while still allowing for the public street to operate safely and
efficiently. The applicant provided justification at that time that Exxon Mobil was
unwilling to remove the islands and FCDOT did not pursue the issue further at that time.
Since Inova acquired rights to develop the Exxon Mobil site, FCDOT requested that the
applicant analyze and review the extent of effort it would take to remove the pork chop
islands. The applicant has provided information that showed the removal of the pork
chop islands, at this time, would create driveway entrance impacts in the PM peak hour
especially at the northern entrance, where queues could extend up to 1,500 feet. To
address pedestrian safety, the applicant is proposing to install Yield Here to
Pedestrian signs at both the north and south driveway entrances.
The applicant is proposing to construct a sidewalk/trail from the southern entrance to
the existing trail network when either Building E or Building F, which are both approved,
is constructed.
Since no improvements are proposed on Gallows Road or at the driveway entrances,
widening the road to construct on-road bike lanes is not proposed to be done at this
time. However, the applicant is providing short-term bicycle parking outside of each
building (six spaces at each building) and providing for long-term secured bicycle
parking (92 spaces) in the underground parking garage, which runs the length of the
existing buildings.
The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) also reviewed the PCA application
and did not have any significant concerns at this time. No outstanding issues remain.
Park Authority (Appendix 11)
The Park Authority staff has reviewed the application and indicated that the
development plan reflects a completion of buildings previously approved and associated
parking expansion to align with the requested use for medical office, research, and
education. The application reflects neither any change to the existing zoning district nor
any increase in intensity. Staff requested copies of the Phase I and II archeological
studies and the applicant provided them. No outstanding issues were identified.
Office of Community Revitalization
No issues were identified.
Stormwater Analysis (Appendix 12)
The applicant is proposing two possible options to address stormwater management
and best management practices on the site. Option 1 would upgrade the existing
stormwater facility to be a Level 1 Wet Pond and Option 2 would include a series of
underground detention vaults located within the limits of clearing and grading. Either
option would be designed to meet the current stormwater requirements. Sheets 20

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through 29 of the CDP/FDP provide the general design and volume calculations for
these facilities. The preliminary analysis of the Virginia Runoff Reduction Method
indicates that the BMP will exceed the required phosophorous load reductions by 4.7
pounds per year. In addition, the preliminary design analysis shows that the SWM
facilities would be sized to address adequate outfall to Holmes Run according to the
detention method for determining allowable post-developed discharges. Final
determination of the adequacy of these systems will be made during site plan review.
Comprehensive Sign Plan (CSP) Analysis
The submitted Comprehensive Sign Plan (CSP) consists of 23 pages containing
descriptions, locations and styles of the proposed signs. The CSP is divided into four
main sections: general notes, a sign matrix, freestanding signs and building mounted
signs per building. The descriptions below are not intended to restrict specific content
on the signs.
General Notes:
The General Notes section provides an overview of the development and a purpose for
the CSP, which is to create a coordinated, effective and aesthetically pleasing signage
system in keeping with the Zoning Ordinance intent to allow flexibility in the design of the
planned development. The CSP depicts wayfinding, project identification and building
mounted signage for the Inova Center for Personalized Health. An index of proposed
signs is included on Page B and an overall sign development plan is shown on Page
E.DWG.A.0 depicting signs on the approved building layout on the site.
Freestanding Signs:
Nine different types of freestanding signs are proposed, which include:

Four ceremonial entryway wall signs located at the two main entrances from Gallows
Road,

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Two ceremonial entry pylon signs with tenant identification located behind the
southern entryway signs at the two main entrances and two major vehicular
directional signs located to the south of the bus stop and to the south of the southern
entrance from Gallows Road,

Three primary vehicular direction signs located further into the site along the internal
roadway, four secondary vehicular direction signs and several tertiary vehicular
directional signs located near parking areas,

Several projecting flag pole signs on either side of the internal roadway, and

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A building identification pylon signs for each building, and several pedestrian
identification signs.

In total, 37 of these freestanding signs (excluding the flag pole signs) are proposed.
Notes on Page B of the CSP indicate that none of these signs would be located within
landscaped amenity panels, the sight distance triangles or in a manner that would
impede the pedestrian walkways or vehicular driveways. Staff does not object to the
amount of freestanding signage proposed since the site is over 100 acres and the
additional freestanding signage will facilitate needed way-finding through the site. A
development condition is recommended to ensure that these restrictions are enforced.
Building Mounted Signage
Proposed building mounted signage is organized by building and includes project
identity, tenant, address, parking garage and ceremonial signage near future water
features in front of the buildings. These signs include:

two project identity signs per building for a total of 12 on the site with a maximum of
215 square feet per sign,

one to two tenant signs per building for a total of eight with a maximum of 113
square feet per sign,

one address sign per building for a total of six with a maximum of 27 square feet per
sign,

several parking garage entry signs, and

seven ceremonial graphic signs near the front of each building with a maximum of
12 square feet per sign.

Locations and elevations of these signs are included in the CSP and generally conform
to the following illustration of Building A and B.

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The maximum amount of building mounted signage could be approximately 5,400


square feet.
Sign Matrix
Article 12 of the Zoning Ordinance allows the Planning Commission to approve and
amend a comprehensive sign plan for Planned District developments as an alternative to
the sign provisions contained in Article 12 of the Zoning Ordinance. The total sign area
allowed by-right in Article 12 of the Zoning Ordinance is approximately 2,904 square
feet. The total requested amount of permanent sign area is approximately 9,514 square
feet, which is significantly above the Zoning Ordinance requirements. Staff finds that the
proposed amount of additional permanent sign area is not disproportionate for the size
of the development and the total amount of land area. The proposed designs would be
contextual to the architecture of the buildings and in keeping with the scale for Inovas
adaptive reuse of the former Exxon Mobil Office Complex. The additional building
signage would help differentiate the buildings within the complex from each other and
their associated uses. Staff finds that the proposed sign area is appropriate as
recommended in the development conditions.
Transportation CSP Analysis
In addition, VDOT and FCDOT reviewed the CSP application and did not have any
significant concerns. They indicated that the proposed wall sign located at the southern
entrance should not be placed within the entrance sight lines to Gallows Road (See
Appendix 10). Development conditions are recommended to address this concern.

ZONING ORDINANCE PROVISIONS (Appendix 13)


Conformance with PDC District Regulations
The property is currently zoned Planned Development Commercial (PDC) and meets
the regulations set forth in Part 2 of Article 6, Planned Development District
Regulations. It is developed with four 8-story office buildings and one 2-story central
facilities building constructed over a 4-level below grade parking garage with
approximately 1.2 million gross square feet and 2,594 parking spaces. Entitlements

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related to the approval of RZ 74-7-047-2 allow an expansion of the office space with two
additional office buildings for a total of 1.7 million gross square feet. The applicant
proposes to convert some of the approved office uses to allow up to 450,000 square
feet of research space and 75,000 square feet of college and university use, which are
permitted principal and secondary uses in the PDC District, but these uses were not
included as part of the original application. In addition, the applicant seeks: to expand
the existing surface parking lot in front of Buildings A and B from 262 spaces to 417
parking spaces; to upgrade the existing stormwater facilities on the site to meet current
standards; and to modify the entrance to the central facilities building. The applicants
proposal does not affect the gross floor area limitations of the PDC District, which were
specified in the proffers for RZ 74-7-047-2.
Conformance with Article 16
There are minor revisions to the approved CDP/FDP to allow upgrades to the existing
SWM management facilities and to provide additional parking related to the proposed
university and research uses. The proposed PCA/CDPA/FDPA applications do not alter
the previous analysis regarding the general or design standards for the P District; or the
other applicable Zoning Ordinance provisions as established with the currently proffered
CDP/FDP for the subject property.
The CDPA/FDPA carries forward existing conditions of the site, the additional
entitlements that have not been constructed and the modifications to Buildings A and B
that were previously determined to be in substantial conformance with the approved
CDP/FDP with waivers and modifications that staff considers appropriate to be
reaffirmed; these waivers and modifications are listed below.
All development within the PDC District must conform to the standards set forth in Part
1 of Article 16.
Sect. 16-101 General Standards
The General Standards require: 1) substantial conformance with the adopted
Comprehensive Plan; 2) a design that achieves the purpose of the Planned
Development District better than would development under a conventional district; 3)
efficient land utilization and preservation of natural features; 4) prevention of substantial
injury to the use and value of surrounding development; 5) the availability of all
necessary public facilities and utilities; and 6) the provision of linkages among internal
facilities and connections to major external facilities. These standards have been
satisfied with the previous rezoning of this property to the PDC District and were
reviewed with approval of the Conceptual Development Plan. Staff expressed concern
about public access to the existing trail network on the site. The applicant indicated that
the trails have long existed for the use of employees and visitors of the site, without the
right of broader public access. The trails will be maintained and improved as described
on the CDPA/FDPA and in the proffers. The property is envisioned to be used as a
world class cancer center and research Institute as well as for specialized medical
clinics, university and related uses and it is expected that pedestrians will make
substantial use of the trails. Staff does not object.

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Sect. 16-102 Design Standards


The Design Standards require that 1) at the peripheral lot lines, the bulk regulations and
landscaping and screening for the proposed development should generally conform to
the provisions of the most comparable conventional district; 2) the open space, parking,
loading, sign and all other similar regulations shall have application in all planned
developments; 3) streets and driveways shall be designed to generally conform to the
provisions of the Ordinance; and 4) emphasis should be placed on the provision of
recreational amenities and pedestrian access. The PCA/FDPA/CDPA applications to
allow additional uses and upgrade the SWM facilities will continue to comply with these
standards. The new uses will be required to meet the parking requirements on the site,
which currently exceeds the required number of parking spaces for the existing uses. A
proffer is included to submit parking tabulation studies to DPWES for review and
approval prior to occupancy of any new use. Staff finds intended to adaptively reoccupy
the former Exxon Mobil Office Complex with a world class cancer center and research
institute with a focus on personalized care to serve the community and the proposal will
not affect the intensity of the site, which is restricted to a maximum of 1.7 million square
feet as shown on the development plan for RZ 74-7-047-2.
Summary of Zoning Ordinance Provisions
The application has satisfied all applicable standards.
Waivers and Modifications
Modification of the transitional screening and barrier requirements to the west and
southeast in favor of the existing vegetation shown on the CDPA/FDPA.
Transitional Screening I is required to screen a portion of the proposed use from the
adjacent apartments to the west and Transitional Screening 2 is required to screen the
a portion of the proposed use from the single family homes to the east of I-495. Barrier
D, E or F is required (which include fences and/or walls) to be installed along both
property lines using chain link, wood or cement/ brick materials. The Zoning Ordinance
permits modifications in Sections 13-305(3) where the building, a barrier and/or the land
between that building and the property line has been specifically designed to minimize
adverse impact through a combination of architectural and landscaping techniques. All
buildings with the former Exxon Office Complex have been constructed with substantial
setbacks from Gallows Road and I-495 high good quality vegetation between them.
The applicant seeks a modification of the requirements in favor of these existing
conditions. Staff does not object to the request.
Modification of the Major Paved Trail requirement along Gallows Road and a portion of
I-495 in favor of the existing trails shown on the CDPA/FDPA.
The County Trails Plan recommends a paved trail along Gallows Road and along a
portion of I-495. As mentioned in the Transportation Analysis, Gallows Road was
recently expanded with additional capacity and new sidewalks along the entire frontage.
Further, there are no existing trails along I-495 to connect a paved trail from the subject

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property at this time. Due to these conditions, the applicant requests a modification of
the trail requirements. Staff does not object the request at this time and reserves the
right to reevaluate the trail recommendations in a future zoning application.
Modification of the loading space requirement for office uses to permit the eight existing
loading spaces to remain.
The site is developed with four 8-story office buildings and one 2-story central facilities
building with approximately 1.2 million gross square feet. Entitlements related to the
approval of RZ 74-7-047-2 allow an expansion of the office space with two additional
office buildings with a total of 1.7 million gross square feet. According to the Zoning
Ordinance Section 11-203, the proposed uses in these buildings would require five offstreet loading spaces per building for a total of 30 spaces. The applicant requests a
modification of this requirement to allow the existing eight loading spaces to remain.
Additional loading spaces for each of the unbuilt buildings (Buildings E and F) would be
provided at a later time. Staff does not object to this request since the buildings are
designed to share the loading spaces.
Modification of the Merrifield Streetscape Recommendations along Gallows Road in
favor of the existing streetscape shown on the CDPA/FDPA.
The Merrifield Streetscape Design Manual referenced in the Comprehensive Plan
recommends a streetscape for Gallows Road that includes up to a 30 foot wide
streetscape area between the buildings and the street, which would include sidewalks
and street trees within a landscaped amenity panel. As previously mentioned, Gallows
Road was recently expanded with additional capacity and new sidewalks along the
entire frontage and the existing office complex is substantially setback from the street.
Due to these existing conditions, the applicant requests a modification of the
recommendations in favor of the existing conditions. Staff supports the request.

CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS


Staff Conclusions
Staff finds that the PCA/CDPA/FDPA/CSP applications do not adversely impact the
previously approved proffers and development plan and is in conformance with the
Comprehensive Plan, and with all applicable Zoning Ordinance provisions as proffered
and conditioned.
Staff Recommendations
Staff recommends approval of PCA 74-7-047-02 and the associated CDPA subject to
the proffers contained in Appendix 1.
Staff recommends approval of FDPA 74-7-047-01 subject to development conditions
contained in Appendix 2.

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Staff recommends approval of a modification of the transitional screening and barrier


requirements to the west and southeast in favor of the existing vegetation shown on the
CDPA/FDPA.
Staff recommends approval of a modification of the Major Paved Trail requirement
along Gallows Road and a portion of I-495 in favor of the trails shown on the
CDPA/FDPA.
Staff recommends approval of a modification of the loading space requirement for office
uses to permit the eight existing loading spaces to remain.
Staff recommends approval of a modification of the Merrifield Streetscape
Recommendations along Gallows Road in favor of the streetscape shown on the
CDPA/FDPA.
Staff recommends approval of CSP 74-7-047-01 subject to development conditions
contained in Appendix 3.
It should be noted that it is not the intent of the staff to recommend that the Board, in
adopting any conditions proffered by the owner, relieve the applicant/owner from
compliance with the provisions of any applicable ordinances, regulations, or adopted
standards.
The approval of this rezoning does not interfere with, abrogate or annul any easement,
covenants, or other agreements between parties, as they may apply to the property
subject to this application.
It should be further noted that the content of this report reflects the analysis and
recommendation of staff; it does not reflect the position of the Board of Supervisors.

APPENDICES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.

Proffers
FDPA Development Conditions
CSP Development Conditions
Affidavit
Statement of Justification
RZ 74-7-047-02 CDP/FDP and accepted proffers
Comprehensive Plan Citations
Environmental Analysis
Urban Forest Management Analysis
Transportation Analysis
Park Authority Analysis
DPWES Stormwater Analysis
Applicable Zoning Ordinance Provisions
Glossary of Terms

APPENDIX 1

INOVA CENTER FOR PERSONALIZED HEALTH


PROFFERS
PCA/CDPA 74-7-047-02
November 21, 2016

Pursuant to Section 15.2-2303(A) of the Code of Virginia (1950, as amended) and Section 18204 of the Zoning Ordinance of Fairfax County (1978, as amended), INOVA HEALTH CARE
SERVICES (Inova), for themselves, the property owners and their successors and assigns
(hereinafter collectively referred to as the Applicant), hereby proffers that the development of
the parcel under consideration and shown on the 2016 Fairfax County tax map as Tax Map 49-4
((1)) 57 (the Application Property) shall be in accordance with the following conditions if, and
only if, proffered condition amendment application PCA/CDPA 74-7-047-02 is approved by the
Board of Supervisors. In the event PCA/CDPA 74-7-047-02 is approved, then all previous
proffers and development conditions for the Application Property are thereby null and void and
of no further effect on the Application Property.

DEVELOPMENT PLAN
1.

Conceptual Development Plan Amendment/Final Development Plan Amendment. The


Application Property shall be developed in substantial conformance with the Inova
Center for Personalized Health Conceptual/Final Development Plan Amendment dated
June 20, 2016 and revised through November 14, 2016 prepared by Dewberry
Consultants LLC (the Development Plan), consisting of Sheets 1 through 30.
Notwithstanding that the Development Plan is presented on 30 Sheets, it is understood
that the Conceptual Development Plan shall include only those elements of the
Development Plan that depict points of access, the minimum amount and location of open
space, peripheral setbacks, limits of clearing and grading, the maximum building height,
the total number, type and general locations of buildings, roads and stormwater
management facilities (the CDP Elements). The Applicant reserves the right to request
a Final Development Plan Amendment for elements other than the CDP Elements from
the Planning Commission for all or a portion of the Development Plan in accordance with
Section 16-402 of the Zoning Ordinance if such amendment is in substantial conformance
with the approved CDP Elements and these proffers, as determined by the Zoning
Administrator.

2.

Minor Modifications. Pursuant to Section 18-204(5) and Section 16-403(4) of the


Zoning Ordinance, minor modifications to the Development Plan and these proffers may
be permitted as determined by the Zoning Administrator.

3.

Proposed Development. Development on the Application Property shall include a


maximum of 1,700,000 square feet of gross floor area (GFA). This does not include
cellar area as provided in the Zoning Ordinance. For clarification, this Application does

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not propose any cellar space that was not already approved as of June 21, 2016. The
maximum building height shall be 180 feet above grade. In accordance with the
provisions set forth in Section 2-506 of the Zoning Ordinance, the Applicant reserves the
right to install accessory structures on top of any of the buildings and parking garages in
excess of the proffered maximum building height. The proposed locations of accessory
rooftop structures and facilities shown on the Development Plan are not exclusive; such
structures and facilities may be located elsewhere as may be permitted by the Zoning
Ordinance and these proffers. The Applicant reserves the right to construct less than the
maximum amount of GFA for the buildings shown on the Development Plan and to
reallocate GFA among the buildings shown on the Development Plan without requiring a
proffered condition amendment (PCA) or an amendment to the Development Plan so
long as (1) the total maximum GFA is not exceeded; (2) the maximum building height of
180 feet is not exceeded; and (3) any changes to the footprint or configuration of
individual buildings or parking areas are deemed to be allowable minor modifications as
determined by the Zoning Administrator. The Applicant reserves the right to construct
new improvements in phases, and the Applicant is not obligated to construct any or all of
the new improvements shown on the Development Plan, except as specified in these
proffers.
4.

Uses. The Application Property may include any of the uses listed on the Development
Plan, and all uses accessory thereto. Additional uses not listed on the Development Plan
may be approved by PCA without requiring an amendment to the Development Plan. In
addition, telecommunications equipment may be attached to buildings or placed on
building rooftops. Any such facilities must comply with the applicable requirements of
the Zoning Ordinance and be architecturally integrated, screened or setback sufficiently
from the perimeter of roofs and penthouses such that they are not readily visible from
public streets.

5.

Parking. Parking shall be provided in a combination of garage structures and surface lots
as shown on the Development Plan. Construction of new parking may be phased.
Parking shall be provided in accordance with the dimensional requirements of Article 11
of the Zoning Ordinance. The Applicant shall provide a minimum parking supply for the
respective uses in accordance with the parking ratios set forth in the parking tabulations
on the Development Plan prior to occupancy of the respective uses. The Applicant
reserves the right to provide fewer parking spaces than are shown on the Development
Plan provided the minimum amount of parking required by Article 11 of the Zoning
Ordinance for the respective uses on the Application Property is met or exceeded (unless
otherwise approved by the Director). The Applicant reserves the right to provide
additional parking spaces to those shown on the Development Plan provided the parking
areas remain in substantial conformance with those shown on the Development Plan, as
determined by the Zoning Administrator. Parking for uses that are listed on the
Development Plan but which are not included in the parking tabulations shown on the
Development Plan shall be provided, at a minimum, in accordance with the minimum
parking requirements for such uses as provided in Article 11 of the Zoning Ordinance.
The Applicant reserves the right to seek approval for a reduction in the parking ratios set
forth in the parking tabulations on the Development Plan (or as may be required by the
Zoning Ordinance) or approval of a shared parking plan without requiring a PCA or an

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amendment to the Development Plan. In order to track parking supply with the phasing
of occupancy of the Application Property, the Applicant shall submit a parking tabulation
with any site plan (or amendment to site plan) that results in an adjustment to the parking
supply, the addition of GFA or change in use of any building.
6.

Pedestrian and Bicycle Improvements.


A.

Pedestrian Circulation Improvements. The Applicant shall maintain the existing


sidewalk/trail improvements and related features (such as existing lights, signs,
benches and trash receptacles) on the Application Property, except as any part of
the same are otherwise maintained by others (e.g., Virginia Department of
Transportation (VDOT) with respect to the Gallows Road sidewalk and street
lights) and except as the same are shown on the Development Plan to be removed.
The Applicant shall construct new sidewalk/trail improvements in locations as
generally shown on the Development Plan in connection with construction of
nearby improvements that result in the removal of portions of the existing
sidewalk/trail improvements.
By way of example, the section of new
sidewalk/trail improvements shown on the Development Plan that encircles the
stormwater management pond shall be provided in connection with construction
of such pond, if ever, and the section of new sidewalk/trail improvements shown
on the Development Plan near the northern entrance to the Applicant Property
shall be provided in connection with the installation of the new entry sign
proposed for that location. As shown on the Development Plan, the existing
sidewalk/trail improvements provide a continuous (except for road crossings)
network throughout the Application Property. The purpose of the new
sidewalk/trail improvements shown on the Development Plan is to maintain that
continuity following construction of new buildings and other improvements. The
Applicant may relocate/realign portions of the sidewalk/trail system on the
Application Property as approved by the Zoning Administrator and without
requiring a PCA or amendment to the Development Plan provided that a
continuous (except for road crossings) network is maintained throughout the
Application Property.

B.

Fitness Stations. The Applicant shall install a minimum of two (2) new fitness
stations along the on-site pedestrian circulation system prior to issuance of a NonResidential Use Permit (Non-RUP) for the Building A Expansion shown on
the Development Plan.

C.

Pedestrian Connection from Southern Entrance. In connection with the


construction of the first of future buildings E or F, the Applicant shall construct a
new sidewalk/trail on one side of the existing Private Drive leading from the
southern entrance of the Application Property to the existing sidewalk adjacent to
the Private Drive.

D.

Pedestrian Access.
The Applicant shall keep the pedestrian circulation
improvements (as described in Proffer 6.A.) open and available for use by
employees, patients and visitors of the Application Property during the operating

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hours of the uses on the Application Property, subject to reasonable rules and
regulations (e.g., limiting access to certain unlighted areas after daylight hours).
Also, the Applicant shall keep open the gate in the existing fence along Gallows
Road to provide pedestrian access from the existing on-site trail (located south of
the CFB) to the Gallows Road sidewalk in order to facilitate access to the existing
bus stop on Gallows Road near that trail connection during, at a minimum, the
hours of 7:30 A.M. to 6:30 P.M., Mondays through Fridays (except holidays and
as may be required for temporary maintenance, repair and restoration work).

7.

E.

Bicycle Parking. The Applicant shall provide a total of thirty (30) short-term
bicycle parking spaces (consisting of three (3) double-sided racks, for a total of
six (6) spaces) outside each of Buildings A, B, C, D and the CFB. In addition, the
Applicant shall provide a total of ninety-two (92) long-term bicycle parking
spaces within the parking garage(s) on the Application Property. The Applicant
shall coordinate the location of such bicycle parking spaces with the Fairfax
County Department of Transportation (FCDOT) and show the locations of the
spaces on the site plan for the surface parking lot expansion.

F.

Crosswalks. Prior to issuance of a Non-RUP for the Building A Expansion as


shown on the Development Plan, the Applicant shall restripe the crosswalks
crossing the southern entrance to the Application Property that were recently
damaged by a VDOT paving operation.

G.

Yield to Pedestrian Signs. The Application shall install Yield to Pedestrian


signs at the crosswalks crossing the right turn egress lanes at both the north and
south site entrances/exits to/from the Application Property. Such signs will be
installed prior to issuance of a Non-RUP for the Building A Expansion as
shown on the Development Plan.

Transportation Demand Management. Inova owns and operates the Inova Fairfax
Medical Center (IFMC) (also known as Inova Fairfax Hospital) across Gallows Road
from the Application Property. Inova has implemented a transportation demand
management program at IFMC (the IFMC TDM Program) for many years, having
achieved a Level 4 (PLATINUM) participant status through the Metropolitan
Washington Council of Governments Regional Commuter Connections Employer
Outreach Program. The Applicant shall cooperate with Inova and the FCDOT to
integrate the Application Property into measures established for the IFMC TDM
Program. Such measures may include, by way of example:
A.

Participation in Inovas shuttle service between the Dunn Loring Metro Station
and IFMC;

B.

Participation in the Fairfax County Ride Source Program, including registering


with the Guaranteed Ride Home (GRH) program offered in connection with the
Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments;

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8.

C.

Display in building common areas transportation-related information for


employees, patients, and visitors;

D.

Distribution of an employee package including site-specific transit-related


information referencing the nearest Metro station and bus routes, and encouraging
employees to use Metrorail, bus service, shuttle service, carpool/vanpool,
bicycling, or walking;

E.

Providing reserved spaces for employee carpoolers and vanpoolers located


proximate to building entrances;

F.

Providing for on-site bicycle storage (See Proffer 6.E. above);

G.

Providing a sidewalk/trail system designed to encourage/facilitate pedestrian


circulation (See Proffer 6 above);

H.

Participating in Employee Surveys conducted at IFMC;

I.

Participating in analyses of credits given under the IFMC TDM Program for any
health care services being provided via remote technology thus resulting in the
elimination of vehicle trips.

Limits of Clearing and Grading.


A.

General. The Applicant shall conform to the limits of clearing and grading as
shown on the Development Plan, subject to adjustments to allow for the
installation of fences, signs, utilities, trails and other such improvements, which
adjustments shall be coordinated with the Urban Forestry Management Division
(UFM) of the Department of Public Works and Environmental Services
(DPWES). A replanting plan shall be developed and implemented, subject to
approval by UFM, for any areas protected by the limits of clearing and grading
that must be disturbed.

B.

Limits of Clearing and Grading Specific to Stormwater Management Pond. In


order to comply with submission requirements related to tree preservation
associated with the proposed stormwater management pond, Sheets 26, 28 and 29
of the Development Plan depict limits of clearing and grading that are specific to
the stormwater management pond only. It is understood that these pond-specific
limits of clearing and grading do not limit or otherwise affect the general limits of
clearing and grading depicted elsewhere on the Development Plan. Trees shown
on Sheets 26, 28 and 29 as being saved by virtue of the pond-specific limits of
clearing and grading are not required to be saved if they fall within the general
limits of clearing and grading depicted elsewhere on the Development Plan. If the
Applicant elects not to construct the SWM Pond (as defined in Proffer 11), then
the Applicant shall not clear that portion of the Application Property that is
required to be cleared only for the SWM Pond.

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9.

C.

Adjustments to General Limits of Clearing and Grading for Future Construction.


The Development Plan shows three buildings (Building E, Building F and the
Employee Recreational Center) and a parking garage in the southern portion of
the Application Property that are all approved but unbuilt. Because the Applicant
does not have a current program for those buildings or plans to construct them in
the near term, the Applicant has shown conceptual possible future limits of
clearing and grading in the area of the Application Property that would allow for
construction of those improvements. The Applicant will coordinate final limits of
clearing and grading in these areas with Zoning Evaluation Division staff, in
consultation with UFM, at the time of future site plan(s) providing for such
improvements. Minor modifications to the possible future limits of clearing
and grading as shown on the Development Plan may be approved by the Zoning
Administrator without requiring a PCA or an amendment to the Development
Plan.

D.

Areas of Clearing to be Restored. The Development Plan shows two areas of


clearing in the existing entry drive from the northern site entrance (i) connecting
the inbound and outbound lanes of the entry drive, and (ii) connecting the inbound
lane of the entry drive to the parking lot expansion area. These areas are required
for construction of the parking lot expansion area. Prior to clearing these areas,
the Applicant will coordinate with UFM to field locate the specific areas to be
cleared in order to minimize disruption to existing vegetation. Following
construction the Applicant shall close the connections and reforest these cleared
areas consistent with the standards set forth in Public Facilities Manual (PFM)
6-1311.

Tree Preservation.
A.

Tree Inventory and Condition Analysis: The Applicant shall submit a Tree
Inventory and Condition Analysis as part of site plans for new development that
include the clearing and grading of previously undisturbed areas of the
Application Property. Such Tree Inventory and Condition Analysis shall be
limited to a thirty-five (35) foot wide area adjacent to the limits of clearing and
grading shown on the respective site plans (e.g., ten (10) feet interior to the limits
of clearing and grading and twenty-five (25) feet exterior to the limits of clearing
and grading). The Tree Inventory and Condition Analysis shall be prepared by a
Certified Arborist or Registered Consulting Arborist (the Project Arborist), and
shall include elements of PFM 12-0507 applicable to the project site.
(i)

Invasive Plant Species Management: In connection with the Tree


Inventory and Condition Analysis, the Project Arborist shall provide an
Invasive Plant Species Management Plan specifying the common and
scientific name of invasive species found within the area subject to the
Tree Inventory and Condition Analysis and proposing the efforts to
manage, control and dispose of invasive plants within such area.

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10.

B.

Tree Preservation Plan: The Applicant shall submit a Tree Preservation Plan and
Narrative as part of its site plan submissions for new development that include the
clearing and grading of previously undisturbed areas of the Application Property.
Such Tree Preservation Plan shall be limited to the area of the Tree Inventory and
Condition Analysis (as provided in Proffer 9.A. above). The Tree Preservation
Plan shall be prepared by the Project Arborist, and shall include elements of PFM
12-0507 applicable to the project site.

C.

Pre-construction Meeting: Prior to the pre-construction meeting the Applicant


shall have the approved limits of clearing and grading flagged with a continuous
line of flagging. The Project Arborist shall attend the pre-construction meeting to
review the limits of clearing and grading with a UFM representative to determine
where adjustments to the clearing limits can be made to increase the area of the
tree preservation and/or to increase the survivability of trees at the limits of
clearing and grading without materially affecting the Applicants proposed
construction. Such adjustments shall be recorded by the Project Arborist and tree
protection fencing (as provided in Proffer 9.D. below) shall be implemented under
the Project Arborists supervision based on these adjustments.

D.

Tree Protection Fencing: The Applicant shall provide tree protection fencing
consisting of either (i) four-foot high welded wire attached to six-foot steel posts
driven 18 inches into the ground and space no further than 10 feet apart, or (ii)
super silt fence.

E.

Tree Preservation Measures: Tree preservation measures shall be clearly


identified, labeled, and detailed on the Erosion and Sediment Control Plan sheets
of the respective site plans and on Tree Preservation Plans (as provided in Proffer
9.B. above). Tree preservation measures may include the following, among other
things: root pruning, crown pruning, mulching, watering, etc. Tree Preservation
Plans shall specify how preservation measures will be implemented. Tree
preservation activities shall be completed during implementation of Phase 1 of the
Erosion and Sediment Control Plans.

F.

Site Monitoring: The Project Arborist shall be present on site during the
implementation of the Tree Preservation Measures (as provided in Proffer 9.E.)
and the installation of Phase 1 Erosion and Sediment Control measures. During
implementation of Phase 2 Erosion and Sediment Control Plan, the Project
Arborist shall visit the site on a regular basis to monitor tree preservation
measures and ensure that activities are conducted as identified in the Tree
Preservation Plan. The Project Arborist will document its site visits and submit
reports of the same to UFM. A monitoring schedule for the Project Arborist shall
be described and detailed in the Tree Preservation Plan.

Landscaping.
A.

Landscaping shall be provided as shown on the Development Plan and shall be


installed concurrent with the respective improvement project providing the

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respective landscaping (e.g., landscaping shown in proximity to the new entry
signs shall be installed in connection with sign installation in those locations, and
not in connection with some other improvement project).
B.

Areas of Proposed Revegetation as shown on the Development Plan shall be


provided prior to issuance of the Non-RUP for the Building A Expansion as
shown on the Development Plan.

C.

Adjustments to the type and location of vegetation and the landscape design shall
be permitted as may be approved by the Zoning Administrator prior to
installation. The installation of plants not so approved may require the
submission of a revision to the landscape plan or removal and replacement with
approved trees/shrubs prior to bond release.

D.

As part of each site plan submission, the Applicant shall submit to UFM for
review and approval a detailed landscape plan that identifies proposed
landscaping and includes design details, where applicable, for (i) irrigation
facilities, (ii) tree wells or similar planting areas above structures and along
internal roadways, (iii) the composition of the planting materials or structural soils
used where plantings are to be located within or on top of structures, and (iv) any
other methods to be used to ensure the viability of the proposed plantings.
Landscaping areas shall not be compacted to a degree that would endanger the
survivability of plantings. If such areas are demonstrated by soil testing to be
overly compacted, then remedial action shall be taken.

E.

Prior to installation of landscaping, the Applicant shall coordinate a preinstallation meeting on the site with UFM.

11.

Stormwater Management Facilities. The Development Plan depicts a Level 1 Wet Pond
to provide stormwater management and best management practices for the Application
Property (the SWM Pond). The Applicant reserves the right to construct the SWM
Pond, if at all, in connection with currently proposed or future development. As an
alternative to the SWM Pond, the Applicant may meet stormwater management and best
management practices requirements through a combination of PFM approved facilities
including, without limitation, low impact development and underground stormwater
management facilities; provided, however, that any such alternative stormwater
management or best management practices facilities must be located within the limits of
clearing and grading shown on the Development Plan.

12.

Advanced Density/Intensity Credit. Advanced density/intensity credit is reserved


consistent with the provisions of the Fairfax County Zoning Ordinance for all eligible
dedications described herein or as may be required by Fairfax County or VDOT pursuant
to the PFM, at the time of site plan approval for the Application Property.

13.

Compliance with Federal, State, and Other Local Laws/Severability. If it is found by a


court of competent jurisdiction, that any portion of these Proffers violates any Federal,
State or other local law, then the offending portion of these Proffers shall be deemed null

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and void and no longer in effect. All remaining conditions of these proffers shall remain
in full force and effect.
14.

Partial PCA. Pursuant to Sections 18-204, 16-401(11) and 16-402(10)(D) of the Zoning
Ordinance, any portion of the Application Property may be the subject of future
applications to amendment the Development Plan, Proffered Condition Amendment
applications, Special Exception applications, or Special Permit applications without
joinder or consent of the owners of the other portions of the Application Property.

15.

Successors and Assigns. These Proffers will bind and inure to the benefit of the
Applicant, the owners and their successors and assigns.

16.

Counterparts. These Proffers may be executed in one or more counterparts, each of


which when so executed and delivered shall be deemed an original, and all of which
taken together shall constitute one and the same instrument.
[SIGNATURES BEGIN ON THE NEXT PAGE]

APPLICANT/GROUND LESSEE (TITLE OWNER FOR ZONING PURPOSES BY VIRTUE


OF A GROUND LEASE IN EXCESS OF 30 YEARS) OF TAX MAP 49-4 ((1)) 57
INOVA HEALTH CARE SERVICES
By: Inova Health System Foundation, its sole member

By: _______________________________
Richard C. Magenheimer
Chief Financial Officer

[SIGNATURES CONTINUE]

GROUND LESSOR/TITLE OWNER OF TAX MAP 49-4 ((1)) 57


EXXONMOBIL FOUNDATION

By: ________________________________
Name: _____________________________
Its: ________________________________

[SIGNATURES END]
16932565.7

APPENDIX 2
FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN AMENDMENT
DEVELOPMENT CONDITIONS
FDPA 74-7-047-02-01
November 23, 2016

If it is the intent of the Board of Supervisors to approve FDPA 74-7-047-02-01, located


at Tax Map 49-4 ((1)) 57, the staff recommends that the Board condition the approval by
requiring conformance with the following development conditions:
1.

Development of the property shall be in substantial conformance with the Final


Development Plan Amendment entitled Inova Center for Personalized Health
Conceptual/Final Development Plan Amendment dated June 20, 2016 and revised
through November 14, 2016 prepared by Dewberry Consultants LLC, consisting of
Sheets 1 through 30.

The above proposed conditions are staff recommendations and do not reflect the position of the
Planning Commission unless and until adopted by the Planning Commission.

APPENDIX 3
PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT CONDITIONS
CSP 74-7-047-02
November 23, 2016
If it is the intent of the Planning Commission to approve CSP 74-7-047-02,
located at Tax Map 49-4 ((1)) 57, to allow a Comprehensive Sign Plan (CSP)
pursuant to Section 12-210 of the Fairfax County Zoning Ordinance, staff
recommends that the Planning Commission condition the approval by requiring
conformance with the following development conditions.

1.

This "Inova Center for Personalized Health: Comprehensive Sign Plan"


prepared by FMG Design dated November 14, 2016 is approved only for
those signs and locations shown on the Comprehensive Signage Plan
(CSP). This CSP is granted for and runs with the land indicated in this
application and is not transferable to other land.

2. Regardless of the depictions or descriptions of the signs highlighted in the


CSP, content of a sign is not regulated by this CSP. All signs shall be
consistent with the number, location, size, and height indicated in the
CSP. Minor modifications may be permitted without a CSPA when it is
determined by the Zoning Administrator that such modifications are
consistent throughout the project and in substantial conformance with the
CSP. The specific design, color palette, typography, and materials of
project identification, residential, and wayfinding signage may vary from
that shown in the CSP and may change over time, provided such signs
are consistent throughout the project and remain in conformance with the
overall limitations set forth in the CSP. Nothing in this CSP shall preclude
individual tenant signs from incorporating various colors and typography
within the individual tenant identification, provided that such signs remain
in conformance with the overall limitations set forth in the CSP. Nothing in
this CSP or these conditions shall preclude signs that are not regulated by
the Zoning Ordinance.
3.

The CSP may be implemented in phases. Any existing signs for a


particular building phase that are inconsistent with the CSP shall be
removed prior to the installation of the first sign approved pursuant to this
CSP for that phase, while existing signs for a distinct phase may remain.
The existing monument signs at the site entrances along Gallows Road
may remain until the replacement signs shown on the CSP and labeled
CEW and CEP are installed.

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4.

All signs as defined in the Zoning Ordinance shall require a sign permit. A
matrix shall be provided to the Zoning Administrator prior to the issuance
of the first sign permit and all subsequent sign permits which includes the
tenant name, address, sign type, sign height, sign area, and NonResidential Use Permit number or any other pertinent information deemed
necessary by the Zoning Administrator in order to allow efficient tracking
of all signage to be provided on site. Each sign permit shall be
accompanied by a letter from the property owner, manager or agent of the
property stating that the requested sign has been reviewed for compliance
with this approval.

5.

Illumination of signs shall be in conformance with the performance


standards for glare as set forth in Part 9 of Article 14 of the Zoning
Ordinance. Signs that require lighting shall be internally illuminated or
down-lit to avoid glare and light trespass.

6.

Freestanding signs shall be located so as not to restrict sight distance for


drivers entering or exiting travel intersections, aisles or driveways.

The above-proposed conditions are staff recommendations and do not reflect the
position of the Planning Commission unless and until adopted by that
Commission.
This approval, contingent on the above noted conditions, shall not relieve the
applicant from compliance with the provisions of any applicable ordinances,
regulations, or adopted standards. Sign permits must be obtained from Fairfax
County for each and every sign erected pursuant to this Comprehensive Sign
Plan. The applicant shall be responsible for obtaining the required Sign Permits
through established procedures.

APPENDIX 4

REZONING AFFIDAVIT

._,

DATE: November 17, 2016


(enter date affidavit is notarized)
I, Timothy S. Sampson, Esq.
(enter name of applicant or authorized agent)
(check one)

[ ]
[]

do hereby state that I am an

applicant
applicant's authorized agent listed in Par. 1(a) below

in Application No.(s): PCA 74-7-047-02/CDPA 74-7-047-02/FDPA 74-7-047-02-01/CSP 74-7-047-02


(enter County-assigned application number(s), e.g. RZ 88-V-001)
and that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, the following information is true:

1(a).

The following constitutes a listing of the names and addresses of all APPLICANTS, TITLE
OWNERS, CONTRACT PURCHASERS, and LESSEES of the land described in the
application,* and, if any of the foregoing is a TRUSTEE,** each BENEFICIARY of such trust,
and all ATTORNEYS and REAL ESTATE BROKERS, and all AGENTS who have acted on
behalf of any of the foregoing with respect to the application:

(NOTE: All relationships to the application listed above in BOLD print must be disclosed.
Multiple relationships may be listed together, e.g., Attorney/Agent, Contract Purchaser/Lessee,
Applicant/Title Owner, etc. For a multiparcel application, list the Tax Map Number(s) of the
parcel(s) for each owner(s) in the Relationship column.)
ADDRESS
(enter number, street, city, state, and zip code)

NAME
(enter first name, middle initial, and
last name)

8110 Gatehouse Road, Suite 200


East Tower
Falls Church, Virginia 22042

Inova Health Care Services


Agents:
J. Knox Singleton
Richard C. Magenheimer
John F. Gaul
Jennifer W. Siciliano
Mark P. Ehret
Roberta L. Via
Johnny F. Weaver
Todd A. Stottlemyer
Brian J. Hays
K. Ashley Hunnicutt
Mark S. Stauder
Nikole K. Raimondo

(check if applicable)

[]

RELATIONSHIP(S)
(enter applicable relationships
listed in BOLD above)
Applicant/Ground Lessee ("Owner" by
virtue of a ground lease in excess of 30
years) of Tax Map 49-4 ((1)) 57

There are more relationships to be listed and Par. 1(a) is


continued on a "Rezoning Attachment to Par. 1(a)" form.

* In the case of a condominium, the title owner, contract purchaser, or lessee of 10% or more of the units in the
condominium.
** List as follows: Name of trustee. Trustee for (name of trust, if applicable), for the benefit of: (state name of
each beneficiary).
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I 3QoO(

DATE: November 17, 2016


(enter date affidavit is notarized)
for Application No. (s): PCA 74-7-047-02/CDPA 74-7-047-02/FDPA 74-7-047-02-01/CSP 74-7-047-02
(enter County-assigned application number (s))

(NOTE: All relationships to the application are to be disclosed. Multiple relationships may be listed
together, e.g., Attorney/Agent, Contract Purchaser/Lessee, Applicant/Title Owner, etc. For a
multiparcel application, list the Tax Map Number(s) of the parcel(s) for each owner(s) in the
Relationship column.

RELATIONSHIP(S)
(enter applicable relationships
listed in BOLD above)

NAME
(enter first name, middle initial, and
last name)

ADDRESS
(enter number, street, city, state, and zip code)

ExxonMobil Foundation
Agents:
Suzanne M. McCarron
Joel P. Webb
Daniel L. Dollo (former agent)
Vermon A. Sevier, Jr.
Becky J. Wiley

c/o ExxonMobil Global Services Company


Global Real Estate & Facilities
Attn: Asset Portfolio Manager
Wellness 3, 2B. 481
22777 Springwoods Village Pkwy
Spring, Texas 77389

Fee Title Owner of Tax map 49-4 (1)) 57

Dewberry Consultants LLC


Agents:
Daniela G. Medek
Janice M. Cera
Scott C. Clarke
Timothy C. Culleiton
Javier I. Vega

8401 Arlington Blvd


Fairfax, Virginia 22031

Engineers, Planners, Agents

M.J. Wells & Associates, Inc.


Agents:
Robin L. Antonucci
William F. Johnson
Kevin R. Fellin
Andrew C. Buntua
Brian J. Horan
Lester E. Adkins

1420 Spring Hill Road, Suite 610


Tysons, Virginia 22102

Transportation Consultant/Agents

Christopher consultants, ltd.


Agents:
William R. Zink
John L. Helms
Kevin M. Washington

9900 Main Street, Suite 400


Fairfax, Virginia 22031

Engineers, Planners, Agents

FMG Design, Inc.


Agents:
Ferdinand Meyer, V
Cliff Maxwell
Mary R. Grems
Kishari Desai
Elizabeth S. Meyer

101 Crawford, Studio 1A


Houston, Texas 77002

Sign Consultants, Agents

(check if applicable)

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on a "Rezoning Attachment to Par. 1(a)" form.

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Rezoning Attachment to Par. 1(a)


DATE: November 17, 2016

___

(enter date affidavit is notarized)


AO
for Application No. (s): PCA 74-7-047-02/CDPA 74-7-047-02/FDPA 74-7-047-02-01/CSP 74-7-047-02
(enter County-assigned application number (s))

(NOTE: All relationships to the application are to be disclosed. Multiple relationships may be listed ^
together, e.g., Attorney/Agent, Contract Purchaser/Lessee, Applicant/Title Owner, etc. For a
multiparcel application, list the Tax Map Number(s) of the parcel(s) for each owner(s) in the
Relationship column.

NAME
(enter first name, middle initial, and
last name)

ADDRESS
(enter number, street, city, state, and zip code)

RELATIONSHIP(S)
(enter applicable relationships
listed in BOLD above)

Wilmot Sanz, Inc.


Agents:
Eric T. Sasaki
Curt Mugge

18310 Montgomery Village Avenue


Suite 700
Gaithersburg, MD 20879

Architects, Agents

Sittler Development Associates, LLC


Agent:
J. David Sittler

11307 Sunset Hills Road, Suite 1-A


Reston, Virginia 20190

Consultant, Agent

Downs Rachlin Martin PLLC


Agent:
Timothy S. Sampson

199 Main Street PO Box 190


Burlington, Vermont 05402

Attorney, Agent

(check if applicable)

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on a "Rezoning Attachment to Par. 1(a)" form.

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REZONING AFFIDAVIT
[^OOiCK

DATE: November 17, 2016


(enter date affidavit is notarized)
for Application No. (s): PCA 74-7-047-02/CDPA 74-7-047-02/FDPA 74-7-047-02-01/CSP 74-7-047-02
(enter County-assigned application number(s))
1(b).

The following constitutes a listing*** of the SHAREHOLDERS of all corporations disclosed in this
affidavit who own 10% or more of any class of stock issued by said corporation, and where such
corporation has 10 or less shareholders, a listing of all of the shareholders, and if the corporation is
an owner of the sub ject land, all of the OFFICERS and DIRECTORS of such corporation:

(NOTE: Include SOLE PROPRIETORSHIPS, LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES, and REAL ESTATE
INVESTMENT TRUSTS herein.)
CORPORATION INFORMATION
NAME & ADDRESS OF CORPORATION: (enter complete name, number, street, city, state, and zip code)
Inova Health Care Services
8110 Gatehouse Road, Suite 200, East Tower
Falls Church, Virginia 22042

DESCRIPTION OF CORPORATION: (check one statement)


[ ]
There are 10 or less shareholders, and all of the shareholders are listed below.
[ ]
There are more than 10 shareholders, and all of the shareholders owning 10% or more of
any class of stock issued by said corporation are listed below.
[ ]
There are more than 10 shareholders, but no shareholder owns 10% or more of any class
of stock issued by said corporation, and no shareholders are listed below.
NAMES OF SHAREHOLDERS: (enter first name, middle initial, and last name)

Inova Health Care Services, formerly Inova Health System Hospitals, formerly Inova Hospitals, formerly Fairfax Hospital System, Inc.,
formerly Fairfax Hospital Systems, Inc., formerly Fairfax Hospital Association, is a non-stock, non-profit corporation, the sole member of
which is Inova Health System Foundation. Inova Health System Foundation appoints the Board of Trustees of Inova Health Care Services

NAMES OF OFFICERS & DIRECTORS: (enter first name, middle initial, last name & title, e.g. President,
Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, etc.)
Officers: J. Knox Singleton, President; Charles H. Smith, III, Chairman; Jack Ebeler, Vice Chair; Charles Beard, Secretary; John F. Gaul,
Asst Secretary; Richard C. Magenheimer, Treasurer
Board of Trustees: Glenna Andersen, Charles E. Beard, John Cook, Hugo Davalos, Jack Ebeler, Elizabeth Casey Halley, Hooks Johnston,
Robert Lafsky, PJ Maddox, Mark Moore, Pradeep Nayak, Phil Nolan, J. Knox Singleton, Charles H. Smith, III, Mark Stavish, Keith
Sterling, John Symington, Robert Tsien

(check if applicable)

\j/]

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Attachment 1(b)" form.

*** All listings which include partnerships, corporations, or trusts, to include the names of beneficiaries, must be broken down
successively until: (a) only individual persons are listed or (b) the listing for a corporation having more than 10 shareholders
has no shareholder owning 10% or more of any class of stock. In the case of an APPLICANT, TITLE OWNER,
CONTRACT PURCHASER, or LESSEE* of the land that is a partnership, corporation, or trust, such successive breakdown
must include a listing and further breakdown of all of its partners, of its shareholders as required above, and of
beneficiaries of any trusts. Such successive breakdown must also include breakdowns of any partnership, corporation, or
trust owning 10% or more of the APPLICANT, TITLE OWNER, CONTRACT PURCHASER, or LESSEE* of the land.
Limited liability companies and real estate investment trusts and their equivalents are treated as corporations, with members
being deemed the equivalent of shareholders; managing members shall also be listed. Use footnote numbers to designate

partnerships or corporations, which have further listings on an attachment page, and reference the same footnote numbers on
the attachment page.
FORM RZA-1 Updated (7/1/06)

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Rezoning Attachment to Par. 1(b)


DATE: November 17, 2016
(enter date affidavit is notarized)
for Application No. (s): PCA 74-7-047-02/CDPA 74-7-047-02/FDPA 74-7-047-02-01/CSP 74-7-047-02
(enter County-assigned application number (s))
NAME & ADDRESS OF CORPORATION: (enter complete name, number, street, city, state, and zip code)
Inova Health System Foundation
8110 Gatehouse Road
Falls Church, Virginia 22042

DESCRIPTION OF CORPORATION: (check one statement)

[ ]
[ ]
[ ]

There are 10 or less shareholders, and all of the shareholders are listed below.
There are more than 10 shareholders, and all of the shareholders owning 10% or more of any
class of stock issued by said corporation are listed below.
There are more than 10 shareholders, but no shareholder owns 10% or more of any class of
stock issued by said corporation, and no shareholders are listed below.

NAMES OF THE SHAREHOLDER: (enter first name, middle initial, and last name)
Inova Health System Foundation, formerly Inova Health Systems Foundation, which was formerly Inova Health Systems, Inc., which was
formerly Fairfax Hospital Association Foundation, which was formerly The Fairfax Hospital Association Foundation, is a non-stock, non
profit corporation

NAMES OF OFFICERS & DIRECTORS: (enter first name, middle initial, last name, and title, e.g.
President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, etc.)
Officers: J. Rnox Singleton, CEO; Mark S. Stauder, President; Nicholas Carosi, III, Chairman; Tony Nader, Chair Elect; Lydia Thomas,
Treasurer; Richard C. Magenheimer, Asst. Treasurer; Lydia Thomas, Secretary, John F. Gaul, Asst. Secretary
Trustees: Wesley Bush, Nicholas Carosi, III, Alan Dabbiere, JackEbeler, Penny Gross, Kate Hanley, Paul Harbolick, Jr., Sudhakar Kesavan
Mark Moore, Donna Morea, Tony Nader, Paul Saville, J. Knox Singleton, Charles H. Smith, III, Mark Stavish, Lydia Thomas, Joe Travez

NAME & ADDRESS OF CORPORATION: (enter complete name, number, street, city, state, and zip code)
Downs Rachlin Martin PLLC
199 Main Street PO Box 190
Burlington, Vermont 05402

DESCRIPTION OF CORPORATION: (check one statement)

[]
[]
[]

There are 10 or less shareholders, and all of the shareholders are listed below.
There are more than 10 shareholders, and all of the shareholders owning 10% or more of any
class of stock issued by said corporation are listed below.
There are more than 10 shareholders, but no shareholder owns 10% or more of any class
of stock issued by said corporation, and no shareholders are listed below.

NAMES OF THE SHAREHOLDERS: (enter first name, middle initial, and last name)

NAMES OF OFFICERS & DIRECTORS: (enter first name, middle initial, last name, and title, e.g.
President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, etc.)

(check if applicable)

FORM RZA-1 Updated (7/1/06)

[]

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"Rezoning Attachment to Par. 1(b)" form.

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Rezoning Attachment to Par. 1(b)


DATE: November 17, 2016
(enter date affidavit is notarized)
for Application No. (s): PCA 74-7-047-02/CDPA 74-7-047-02/FDPA 74-7-047-02-01/CSP 74-7-047-02
(enter County-assigned application number (s))
NAME & ADDRESS OF CORPORATION: (enter complete name, number, street, city, state, and zip code)
ExxonMobil Foundation
c/o ExxonMobil Global Services Company
Global Real Estate & Facilities
Attn: Asset Portfolio Manager

Wellness 3, 2B. 481


22777 Springwoods Village Pkwy
Spring, Texas 77389

DESCRIPTION OF CORPORATION: (check one statement)


[]
There are 10 or less shareholders, and all of the shareholders are listed below.
[ ]
There are more than 10 shareholders, and all of the shareholders owning 10% or more of any
class of stock issued by said corporation are listed below.
[ ]
There are more than 10 shareholders, but no shareholder owns 10% or more of any class of
stock issued by said corporation, and no shareholders are listed below.
NAMES OF THE SHAREHOLDER: (enter first name, middle initial, and last name)
ExxonMobil Foundation is a New Jersey non-profit corporation, the sole member of which is Exxon Mobil Corporation.

NAMES OF OFFICERS & DIRECTORS: (enter first name, middle initial, last name, and title, e.g.
President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, etc.)
Ben Anthony Soraci, President; Kevin W. Murphy, Executive Director; Suzanne M. McCarron, Chairman; Joel P. Webb, Secretary; Daniel
L. Dollo, (former) Treasurer; Stephen A. Littleton, Controller; Debra L. Laird, Asst. Secretary; Janice M. Phillips, Asst. Secretary; Phillip
B. Newman, IV, Asst. Treasurer; Barton A. Brown, Asst Controller. Trustees: Lynne M. Lachenmyer, Suzanne M. McCarron, Ben Anthony
Soraci, James M. Spellings, Elijah White, Jeff J. Woodbury

NAME & ADDRESS OF CORPORATION: (enter complete name, number, street, city, state, and zip code)
Exxon Mobil Corporation
5959 Los Colinas Blvd
Irving, Texas 75039

DESCRIPTION OF CORPORATION: (check one statement)


[]
There are 10 or less shareholders, and all of the shareholders are listed below.
[]
There are more than 10 shareholders, and all of the shareholders owning 10% or more of any
class of stock issued by said corporation are listed below.
[]
There are more than 10 shareholders, but no shareholder owns 10% or more of any class
of stock issued by said corporation, and no shareholders are listed below.
NAMES OF THE SHAREHOLD ERS: (enter first name, middle initial, and last name)

NAMES OF OFFICERS & DIRECTORS: (enter first name, middle initial, last name, and title, e.g.
President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, etc.)

(check if applicable)

FORM RZA-1 Updated (7/1/06)

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t3G?09l
DATE: November 17, 2016
(enter date affidavit is notarized)
,
, ,
for Application No. (s): PCA 74-7-047-02/CDPA 74-7-047-02/FDPA 74-7-047-02-01/CSP 74-7-047-02
(enter County-assigned application number (s))
NAME & ADDRESS OF CORPORATION: (enter complete name, number, street, city, state, and zip code)

DESCRIPTION OF CORPORATION: (check one statement)


[ ]
There are 10 or less shareholders, and all of the shareholders are listed below.
[ ]
There are more than 10 shareholders, and all of the shareholders owning 10% or more of any
class of stock issued by said corporation are listed below.
[]
There are more than 10 shareholders, but no shareholder owns 10% or more of any class of
stock issued by said corporation, and no shareholders are listed below.
NAMES OF THE SHAREHOLDER: (enter first name, middle initial, and last name)

NAMES OF OFFICERS & DIRECTORS: (enter first name, middle initial, last name, and title, e.g.
President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, etc.)

NAME & ADDRESS OF CORPORATION: (enter complete name, number, street, city, state, and zip code)
Dewberry Consultants LLC
8401 Arlington Blvd
Fairfax, Virginia 22031

DESCRIPTION OF CORPORATION: (check one statement)


[]
There are 10 or less shareholders, and all of the shareholders are listed below.
[ ]
There are more than 10 shareholders, and all of the shareholders owning 10% or more of any
class of stock issued by said corporation are listed below.
[ ]
There are more than 10 shareholders, but no shareholder owns 10% or more of any class
of stock issued by said corporation, and no shareholders are listed below.
NAMES OF THE SHAREHOLD ERS: (enter first name, middle initial, and last name)
The Dewberry Companies LC
James L. Beight
Dennis M. Couture

NAMES OF OFFICERS & DIRECTORS: (enter first name, middle initial, last name, and title, e.g.
President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, etc.)

(check if applicable)

FORM RZA-l Updated (7/1/06)

[]

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{^LeODia^

DATE; November 17, 2016


___
(enter date affidavit is notarized)
for Application No. (s): PCA 74-7-047-02/CDPA 74-7-047-02/FDPA 74-7-047-02-01/CSP 74-7-047-02
(enter County-assigned application number (s))
NAME & ADDRESS OF CORPORATION: (enter complete name, number, street, city, state, and zip code)
The Dewben-y Companies LC
8401 Arlington Boulevard, Fairfax, VA 22031

DESCRIPTION OF CORPORATION: (check one statement)


[ ]
There are 10 or less shareholders, and all of the shareholders are listed below.
[]
There are more than 10 shareholders, and all of the shareholders owning 10% or more of any
class of stock issued by said corporation are listed below.
[ ]
There are more than 10 shareholders, but no shareholder owns 10% or more of any class of
stock issued by said corporation, and no shareholders are listed below.
NAMES OF THE SHAREHOLDER: tenter first name, middle initial, and last name)
Barry K. Dewberry
Karen S. Grand Pre
Thomas L. Dewberry

The Michael Sidney Dewberry Credit


Shelter Trust u/a/d 11/23/2005 f/b/o
Michael S. Dewberry II, Katie A. Dewberry,
John M. Dewberry and one other minor child

NAMES OF OFFICERS & DIRECTORS: (enter first name, middle initial, last name, and title, e.g.
President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, etc.)

NAME & ADDRESS OF CORPORATION: (enter complete name, number, street, city, state, and zip code)
M.J. Wells & Associates
1420 Spring Hill Road, Suite 610
Tysons, Virginia 22102

DESCRIPTION OF CORPORATION: (check one statement)


[ ]
There are 10 or less shareholders, and all of the shareholders are listed below.
[]
There are more than 10 shareholders, and all of the shareholders owning 10% or more of any
class of stock issued by said corporation are listed below.
[]
There are more than 10 shareholders, but no shareholder owns 10% or more of any class
of stock issued by said corporation, and no shareholders are listed below.
NAMES OF THE SHAREHOLD ERS: (enter first name, middle initial, and last name)
M.J. Wells & Associates, Inc. Employee Stock ownership Trust. All employees are eligible plan participants; however, no one employee
owns more than 10% of any class of stock.

NAMES OF OFFICERS & DIRECTORS: (enter first name, middle initial, last name, and title, e.g.
President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, etc.)

(check if applicable)

FORMRZA-l Updated (7/1/06)

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1-3(aDOlo^
DATE; November 17, 2016
(enter date affidavit is notarized)
nAn ...
for Application No. (s): PCA 74-7-047-02/CDPA 74-7-047-02/FDPA 74-7-047-02-01/CSP 74-7-047-02
(enter County-assigned application number (s))
NAME & ADDRESS OF CORPORATION: (enter complete name, number, street, city, state, and zip code)
Christopher consultants, ltd
9900 Main Street, Suite 400
Fairfax, Virginia 22031

DESCRIPTION OF CORPORATION: (check one statement)


[]
There are 10 or less shareholders, and all of the shareholders are listed below.
[ ]
There are more than 10 shareholders, and all of the shareholders owning 10% or more of any
class of stock issued by said corporation are listed below.
[ ]
There are more than 10 shareholders, but no shareholder owns 10% or more of any class of
stock issued by said corporation, and no shareholders are listed below.
NAMES OF THE SHAREHOLDER: (enter first name, middle initial, and last name)

Wlm R

M
William R. Goldsmith, Jr.
Louis Canonico

Jeffrey S. Smith v
Michael S. Kitchen
' Ruth R. Fields

Brent Evans
Christopher C. Fillmore
Kevin M. Washington

Giovanni B. Rinaldi

NAMES OF OFFICERS & DIRECTORS: (enter first name, middle initial, last name, and title, e.g.
President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, etc.)

NAME & ADDRESS OF CORPORATION: (enter complete name, number, street, city, state, and zip code)
FMG Design, Inc.
101 Crawford, Studio 1A
Houston, Texas 77002

DESCRIPTION OF CORPORATION: (check one statement)


[]
There are 10 or less shareholders, and all of the shareholders are listed below.
[]
There are more than 10 shareholders, and all of the shareholders owning 10% or more of any
class of stock issued by said corporation are listed below.
[ ]
There are more than 10 shareholders, but no shareholder owns 10% or more of any class
of stock issued by said corporation, and no shareholders are listed below.
NAMES OF THE SHAREHOLD ERS: (enter first name, middle initial, and last name)
Ferdinand Meyer, V
Mary R. Grems

NAMES OF OFFICERS & DIRECTORS: (enter first name, middle initial, last name, and title, e.g.
President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, etc.)

(check if applicable)

FORM RZA-1 Updated (7/1/06)

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(#eola~

DATE: November 17, 2016


(enter date affidavit is notarized)
,
A_
for Application No. (s): PCA 74-7-047-02/CDPA 74-7-047-02/FDPA 74-7-047-02-01/CSP 74-7-047-02
(enter County-assigned application number (s))
NAME & ADDRESS OF CORPORATION: (enter complete name, number, street, city, state, and zip code)
Wilmot Sanz, Inc.
18310 Montgomery Village Avenue, Suite 700
Gaithersburg, MD 20879

DESCRIPTION OF CORPORATION: (check one statement)


[]
There are 10 or less shareholders, and all of the shareholders are listed below.
[ ]
There are more than 10 shareholders, and all of the shareholders owning 10% or more of any
class of stock issued by said corporation are listed below.
[]
There are more than 10 shareholders, but no shareholder owns 10% or more of any class of
stock issued by said corporation, and no shareholders are listed below.
NAMES OF THE SHAREHOLDER: (enter first name, middle initial, and last name)
Craig M. Moskowitz; Rolando J. Sanz; Joseph J. Giunta; Dwight L. Fincher; Gregory Y. Chang; Eric T. Sasaki

NAMES OF OFFICERS & DIRECTORS: (enter first name, middle initial, last name, and title, e.g.
President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, etc.)

NAME & ADDRESS OF CORPORATION: (enter complete name, number, street, city, state, and zip code)
Sittler Development Associates, LLC
11307 Sunset Hills Road, Suite 1-A
Reston, VA 20190

DESCRIPTION OF CORPORATION: (check one statement)


[]
There are 10 orless shareholders, and all of the shareholders are listed below.
[]
There are more than 10 shareholders, and all of the shareholders owning 10% or more of any
class of stock issued by said corporation are listed below.
[ ]
There are more than 10 shareholders, but no shareholder owns 10% or more of any class
of stock issued by said corporation, and no shareholders are listed below.
NAMES OF THE SHAREHOLD ERS: (enter first name, middle initial, and last name)
J. David Sittler

NAMES OF OFFICERS & DIRECTORS: (enter first name, middle initial, last name, and title, e.g.
President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, etc.)

(check if applicable)

FORM RZA-1 Updated (7/1/06)

[]

There is more corporation information and Par. 1(b) is continued further on a


"Rezoning Attachment to Par. 1(b)" form.

Page Three

REZONING AFFIDAVIT
DATE: November 17, 2016
(enter date affidavit is notarized)
for Application No. (s): PCA 74-7-047-02/CDPA 74-7-047-02/FDPA 74-7-047-02-01/CSP 74-7-047-02
(enter County-assigned application number(s))
1(c).

The following constitutes a listing*** of all of the PARTNERS, both GENERAL and LIMITED, in
any partnership disclosed in this affidavit:
PARTNERSHIP INFORMATION

PARTNERSHIP NAME & ADDRESS: (enter complete name, number, street, city, state and zip code)

(check if applicable)

[ ] The above-listed partnership has no limited partners.

NAMES AND TITLE OF THE PARTNERS (enter first name, middle initial, last name, and title, e.g.
General Partner, Limited Partner, or General and Limited Partner)

(check if applicable)

[ ] There is more partnership information and Par. 1(c) is continued on a "Rezoning


Attachment to Par. 1(c)" form.

*** All listings which include partnerships, corporations, or trusts, to include the names of beneficiaries, must be broken down
successively until: (a) only individual persons are listed or (b) the listing for a corporation having more than 10 shareholders
has no shareholder owning 10% or more of any class of stock. In the case of an APPLICANT, TITLE OWNER,
CONTRACT PURCHASER, or LESSEE* of the land that is a partnership, corporation, or trust, such successive breakdown
must include a listing and further breakdown of all of its partners, of its shareholders as required above, and of
beneficiaries of any trusts. Such successive breakdown must also include breakdowns of any partnership, corporation, or
trust owning 10% or more of the APPLICANT, TITLE OWNER, CONTRACT PURCHASER or LESSEE* of the land.
Limited liability companies and real estate investment trusts and their equivalents are treated as corporations, with members
being deemed the equivalent of shareholders; managing members shall also be listed. Use footnote numbers to designate
partnerships or corporations, which have further listings on an attachment page, and reference the same footnote numbers on
the attachment page.
FORMRZA-1 Updated (7/1/06)

Page Four

REZONING AFFIDAVIT
DATE: November 17, 2016
(enter date affidavit is notarized)

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for Application No. (s): PCA 74-7-047-02/CDPA 74-7-047-02/FDPA 74-7-047-02-0f/CSP 74-7-047-02


(enter County-assigned application number(s))
1(d).

2.

One of the following boxes must be checked:


[ ]

In addition to the names listed in Paragraphs 1(a), 1(b), and 1(c) above, the following is a listing
of any and all other individuals who own in the aggregate (directly and as a shareholder, partner,
and beneficiary of a trust) 10% or more of the APPLICANT, TITLE OWNER, CONTRACT
PURCHASER, or LESSEE* of the land:

[]

Other than the names listed in Paragraphs 1(a), 1(b), and 1(c) above, no individual owns in the
aggregate (directly and as a shareholder, partner, and beneficiary of a trust) 10% or more of the
APPLICANT, TITLE OWNER, CONTRACT PURCHASER, or LESSEE* of the land.

That no member of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, Planning Commission, or any member of
his or her immediate household owns or has any financial interest in the subject land either
individually, by ownership of stock in a corporation owning such land, or through an interest in a
partnership owning such land.
EXCEPT AS FOLLOWS: (NOTE: If answer is none, enter "NONE" on the line below.)
None.

(check if applicable)

FORM RZA-1 Updated (7/1/06)

[ ]

There are more interests to be listed and Par. 2 is continued on a


"Rezoning Attachment to Par. 2" form.

Page Five

REZONING AFFIDAVIT

I t^OOicK

DATE: November 17. 2016


(enter date affidavit is notarized)

for Application No. (s): PCA 74-7-047-02/CDPA 74-7-047-02/FDPA 74-7-047-02-01/CSP 74-7-047-02


(enter County-assigned application number(s))
3.

That within the twelve-month period prior to the public hearing of this application, no member of the
Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, Planning Commission, or any member of his or her immediate
household, either directly or by way of partnership in which any of them is a partner, employee, agent,
or attorney, or through a partner of any of them, or through a corporation in which any of them is an
officer, director, employee, agent, or attorney or holds 10% or more of the outstanding bonds or shares
of stock of a particular class, has, or has had any business or financial relationship, other than any
ordinary depositor or customer relationship with or by a retail establishment, public utility, or bank,
including any gift or donation having a value of more than $100, singularly or in the aggregate, with
any of those listed in Par. 1 above.
EXCEPT AS FOLLOWS: (NOTE: If answer is none, enter "NONE" on line below.)
Supervisor John C. Cook is a trustee on the Inova Health Care Services Board.
Supervisor Penelope A. Gross is a trustee on the Inova Health System Foundation Board.
Robert Tsien, a trustee on the Inova Health Care Services Board, donated in excess of $100 to Supervisor Kathy Smith.
Supervisor John W. Foust and his spouse attended the Inova Health System Foundation's 2016 Inova Summit dinner with
complimentary tickets having a face value in excess of $100 each.

(NOTE: Business or financial relationships of the type described in this paragraph that arise after
the filing of this application and before each public hearing must be disclosed prior to the
public hearings. See Par. 4 below.)
(check if applicable)

[ ]

There are more disclosures to be listed and Par. 3 is continued on a


"Rezoning Attachment to Par. 3" form.

That the information contained in this affidavit is complete, that all partnerships, corporations,
and trusts owning 10% or more of the APPLICANT, TITLE OWNER, CONTRACT
PURCHASER, or LESSEE* of the land have been listed and broken down, and that prior to each
and every public hearing on this matter, I will reexamine this affidavit and provide any changed
or supplemental information, including business or financial relationships of the type described
in Paragraph 3 above, that arise on or after the date of this application.

WITNESS the following signature:


(check one)

[ ] Applicant

[] Applicant's Authorized Agent

Timothy S. Sampson, Esq.


(type or print first name, middle initial, last name, and title of signee)
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 17
day of November
, County/City of Burlington

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in the State/Comm.

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My commission expires: February 10, 2019


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FAIRFAX COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, 2013 Edition


The Merrifield Suburban Center, Amended through 10-20-2015
Land Unit Recommendations

Area
I
APPENDIX
7
Page 97-98

LAND UNIT K
Land Unit K is approximately 130 acres, is located at the southwestern quadrant of Arlington
Boulevard and I-495, and is planned for office use up to 1.75 million square feet (see Figure 33).
This Land Unit is envisioned to remain as developed, with some additional office potential yet to
be built. This Land Unit includes tributaries to Holmes Run and large treed areas adjacent to I495, both of which are preserved as private open space.
Guidance for evaluating development proposals is provided in the Area-Wide Recommendations
under Land Use, Urban Design, Transportation, and Public Facilities/Infrastructure sections, as
well as in the following specific Land Unit recommendations.

FIGURE 33

FAIRFAX COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, 2013 Edition


The Merrifield Suburban Center, Amended through 10-20-2015
Land Unit Recommendations

Area I
Page 97-98

Land Unit K is planned and developed with office use up to .35 FAR. Development is limited to
1.75 million square feet of office and may include accessory uses such as day care, restaurants and
services to serve the buildings tenants. Any modification, expansion, and/or reuse of the existing
buildings should be consistent with guidelines for Existing Uses and Buildings under the AreaWide Land Use section, with any new office structures retaining the substantial vegetative buffer
and screening areas.
Height Limit: The maximum building height is 180 feet. Open space should be preserved on this
site to include the environmentally sensitive areas associated with branches of Holmes Run, as
well as mature stands of trees along Gallows Road and Arlington Boulevard which screen and
buffer the office development from Bedford Village. See the Building Heights Map, Figure 16,
and the Building Height Guidelines under the Area-Wide Urban Design section.

APPENDIX 8

APPENDIX 9

County of Fairfax, Virginia


MEMORANDUM

DATE:

November 7, 2016

TO:

William J. O'Donnell Jr., Staff Coordinator


Zoning Evaluation Division, DPZ

FROM:

Jay Banks, Urban Forester II


Forest Conservation Branch, DPWES

SUBJECT:

INOVA Health Care, PCA 74-7-047-02, CDPA 74-7-047-02, FDPA 74-7047-02-01, CSP 74-047-02

I have reviewed the above referenced Proffer Condition Amendment/Conceptual Development


Plan Amendment/Final Development Plan Amendment/Comprehensive Sign plan sets stamped
Received, Department of Planning and Zoning, October 20, 2016; and Proffers dated October
20, 2016.
New Comment:
1. Comment: Proffer 10.C, regarding changes in type of landscape material. This should be
in conformance with PFM section 12-0705.1 with a request for the change in a signed
letter to the Director.
Recommendation: The Proffer should correctly identify the Director as the authority to
approve changes to landscape type on an approved site plan.
If further assistance is desired, please contact me at 703-324-1770.

JSB/
UFMDID #:
cc:

218761

DPZ File

Department of Public Works and Environmental Services


Urban Forest Management Division
12055 Government Center Parkway, Suite 518
Fairfax, Virginia 22035-5503
Phone 703-324-1770, TTY: 711, Fax: 703-653-9550
www.fairfaxcounty.gov/dpwes

APPENDIX 10

APPENDIX 10

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
CHARLES A. KILPATRICK, P.E.
COMMISSIONER

4975 Alliance Drive


Fairfax, VA 22030

September 2, 2016
To:

Ms. Barbara Berlin


Director, Zoning Evaluation Division

From:

Kevin Nelson
Virginia Department of Transportation Land Development Section

Subject: PCA/CDPA/CSP 1974-7-047-02 FDPA 1974-7-047-02-01


Inova Healthcare Services
Tax Map # 49-4((01))0057
Fairfax County
All submittals subsequent to the first submittal shall provide a response letter to the previous VDOT comments.
Submittals without comment response letters are considered incomplete and will be returned without review.

I have reviewed the above plan submitted on July 25, 2016, and received on July 28, 2016.
The following comment is offered:
1.

cc:

The proposed sign wall east of the southern entrance should be placed so
the entrance sight lines are not blocked with any future widening to Gallows
Road.

Ms. Angela Rodeheaver

fairfaxrezoning1974-7-047-02pca1InovaHealthcareSer9-2-16BB

We Keep Virginia Moving

APPENDIX 11

FAIRFAX COUNTY PARK AUTHORITY


M

TO:

Barbara Berlin, AICP, Director


Zoning Evaluation Division
Department of Planning and Zoning

FROM:

Sandy Stallman, AICP, Manager


Park Planning Branch, PDD

DATE:

October 7, 2016

SUBJECT:

PCA 47-7-047-02, INOVA Center for Personalized Health


Tax Map Number: 49-4 ((1)) 57

BACKGROUND
The Park Authority staff has reviewed the proposed Development Plan dated September 14,
2016, for the above referenced application. The Development Plan reflects completion of
buildings previously approved and associated parking expansion to align with the requested use
for medical office, research, and education. The application reflects neither any change to the
existing zoning district nor any increase in intensity.
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN GUIDANCE
The County Comprehensive Plan includes both general and specific guidance regarding parks
and resources. The Policy Plan describes the need to mitigate adverse impacts to park and
recreation facilities caused by growth and development; it also offers a variety of ways to offset
those impacts, including contributions, land dedication, development of facilities, and others
(Parks and Recreation, Objective 6, p.8). Resource protection is addressed in multiple
objectives, focusing on protection, preservation, and sustainability of resources (Parks and
Recreation Objectives 2 and 5, p.5-7).
ANALYSIS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
Cultural Resources Impact:
Project consultants have previously initiated Section 106 review required pursuant to the
National Historic Preservation Act. All previous and current studies have been developed under
the direction of the Virginia Department of Historic Resources. Phase II archaeological studies
have been performed on existing sites on the parcel. Only one site (44FX2429) was considered
potentially eligible for the National Register of Historic Places. The Park Authority has
commented on the Phase III research design and treatment plan for Phase III studies. Additional

Barbara Berlin
PCA 47-7-047-02, INOVA Center for Personalized Health
Page 2

Phase I surveys were conducted on areas not previously investigated. Three additional sites were
found, though none were determined to be significant. The Virginia Department of Historic
Resources has concurred with all the Phase II findings, the Phase III research design and
treatment plan. The Park Authority would request to evaluate the Phase I & II report to assess
county significance of the sites.
Please note the Park Authority would like to review and comment on proffers and/or
development conditions related to park and recreation issues. We request that draft and final
proffers and/or development conditions be submitted to the assigned reviewer noted below for
review and comment prior to completion of the staff report and prior to final Board of
Supervisors approval.

FCPA Reviewer: Gayle Hooper


DPZ Coordinator: William O'Donnell

Copy: Cindy Walsh, Director, Resource Management Division


Liz Crowell, Manager, Cultural Resource Management & Protection Section
William O'Donnell, DPZ Coordinator
Chron File
File Copy

APPENDIX 12

County of Fairfax, Virginia


MEMORANDUM
DATE:

August 19, 2016

TO:

William ODonnell, Staff Coordinator


Zoning Evaluation Division
Department of Planning and Zoning

FROM:

William J. Veon, Jr., PE, Senior Engineer III (Stormwater)


Central Branch, Site Development and Inspections Division
Department of Public Works and Environmental Services

SUBJECT:

Zoning Application No.: PCA/CDPA/CSP 74-7-047-02 & FDPA 74-7-04702-01; INOVA Health Care Services (aka, South of Arlington Blvd, West of
Circle Hwy); Conceptual/Final Development Plan Amendment & Proffered
Condition Amendment plan, dated July 19, 2016; LDS Project No.: 005544ZONA-003-1; Tax Map No.: 049-4-01-0057; Providence District
______________________________________________________________________________
The subject application has been reviewed and the following stormwater management comments
are offered at this time:
Chesapeake Bay Preservation Ordinance (CBPO)
There is no Resource Protection Area (RPA) located on the project property.
Floodplains
There are no regulated floodplains located on the project property.
Downstream Drainage Complaints
There are no significant, contemporary downstream drainage complaints on file.
Water Quality
Water quality controls are required for this project (SWMO 124-1-6, 124-4-1 & 124-4-2). The
SWM/Water Quality Narrative indicates that the proposed projects required phosphorous
reduction will be achieved via the upgrade of an existing onsite detention pond to a Level 1 Wet
Pond to be designed in accordance with the requirements of Article 4 of the SWMO. A
preliminary VRRM analysis has been provided to identify the initial phosphorus reduction
requirement for the project, and to demonstrate and support the design engineers expectation of
project compliance via the proposed BMP facility. Calculation and design details will be
reviewed at the final design/site plan stage.
Also note for the final design/site plan stage the following components of a land disturbance
area: proposed limits of disturbance include all proposed facilities, installations, and
Department of Public Works and Environmental Services
Land Development Services, Site Development and Inspections Division
12055 Government Center Parkway, Suite 535
Fairfax, Virginia 22035-5503
Phone 703-324-1720 TTY 711 FAX 703-324-8359

William ODonnell, Staff Coordinator


Zoning Application No.: PCA/CDPA/CSP 74-7-047-02 & FDPA 74-7-047-02-01
August 19, 2016
Page 2 of 3
improvements; adequate work areas around these facilities, installations, and improvements (10
minimum work width around facility/installation/improvement perimeters [per LTI 09-05]);
adequate ingress/egress (widths [10 minimum] and lengths) from public R/W to the work areas,
and between work areas; adequate areas for construction staging and for temporary materials
storage and transport; adequate areas for construction equipment storage and for constructionrelated vehicle parking; and adequate areas for all project Pollution Prevention Plan facilities.
Water Quantity - Detention
Water quantity controls for stormwater detention are required for this project (SWMO 124-1-6,
124-4-1 & 124-4-4.D). The SWM/Water Quality Narrative indicates that the proposed projects
detention requirements will be achieved via the upgrade of an existing onsite detention pond to a
Level 1 Wet Pond to be designed in accordance with the requirements of Article 4 of the
SWMO. A preliminary design analysis has been provided to demonstrate that both: the allowable
post-development discharges will be determined by the Detention Method (SWMO 124-44.B.3.a), and a detention storage volume on the order of 307,000 cu. ft. may be required.
Calculation and design details will be reviewed at the final design/site plan stage.
Water Quantity - Outfalls
Water quantity controls for outfall channel and flood protection are required for this project
(SWMO 124-1-6, 124-4-1, 124-4-4.B & 124-4-4.C). The SWM/Water Quality and Adequate
Outfall Narratives identify one primary, concentrated flow outfall location (Outfall C). This
outfall ultimately discharges to Holmes Run (at about 2,500 downstream) via an unnamed
tributary, but the outflows must first pass through an I-495 box culvert, a dry pond (DP0543),
and a wet pond (WP0137) along the way. The design engineer has indicated adequate outfall
requirements will be met by the application of the Detention Method for determining allowable
post-development discharges. The outfall analysis calculations and details will be reviewed at the
final design/site plan stage.
Also note for the final design/site plan stage that the impacts of the sites post-development
discharge hydrographs on the design and functioning of both the dry pond and the wet pond will
need to be demonstrated.
Stormwater Planning Comments
This site is located almost entirely within the Cameron Run Watershed and the Holmes Run
Water Management Area (WMA). A small part of the northwestern portion of the site, including
the northern entrance area, is located within the Accotink Watershed and Accotink-Mainstem 2
WMA. There are no future County watershed improvements planned within the limits of the site
outfall analyses.
Dam Breach
The property is not located within a dam breach inundation zone.

William ODonnell, Staff Coordinator


Zoning Application No.: PCA/CDPA/CSP 74-7-047-02 & FDPA 74-7-047-02-01
August 19, 2016
Page 3 of 3
Miscellaneous
The stormwater management plan to be prepared at final design must address all of the items
listed in SWMO 124-2-7.B.
The latest BMP specifications provided on the Virginia Stormwater BMP Clearinghouse website,
in addition to the PFM, must be used for final design. The design engineer is also referred to LTI
14-13 with regard to the selection of appropriate BMPs.
Please contact me at 703-324-1720 or William.Veon@fairfaxcounty.gov, if you have any
questions or require additional information.
WJV/
cc:

Don Demetrius, Chief, Watershed Projects Evaluation Branch, SPD, DPWES


Fred Rose, Chief, Watershed Planning & Assessment Branch, SPD, DPWES
Durga Kharel, Chief, Central Branch, SDID, DPWES
Hani Fawaz, Senior Engineer III, Central Branch, SDID, DPWES
Zoning Application File

APPENDIX 13

APPENDIX 14
GLOSSARY
This Glossary is provided to assist the public in understanding
the staff evaluation and analysis of development proposals.
It should not be construed as representing legal definitions.
Refer to the Fairfax County Zoning Ordinance, Comprehensive Plan
or Public Facilities Manual for additional information.
ABANDONMENT: Refers to road or street abandonment, an action taken by the Board of Supervisors, usually through the public hearing
process, to abolish the public's right-of-passage over a road or road right-of way. Upon abandonment, the right-of-way automatically
reverts to the underlying fee owners. If the fee to the owner is unknown, Virginia law presumes that fee to the roadbed rests with the
adjacent property owners if there is no evidence to the contrary.
ACCESSORY DWELLING UNIT (OR APARTMENT): A secondary dwelling unit established in conjunction with and clearly subordinate to
a single family detached dwelling unit. An accessory dwelling unit may be allowed if a special permit is granted by the Board of Zoning
Appeals (BZA). Refer to Sect. 8-918 of the Zoning Ordinance.
AFFORDABLE DWELLING UNIT (ADU) DEVELOPMENT: Residential development to assist in the provision of affordable housing for
persons of low and moderate income in accordance with the affordable dwelling unit program and in accordance with Zoning Ordinance
regulations. Residential development which provides affordable dwelling units may result in a density bonus (see below) permitting the
construction of additional housing units. See Part 8 of Article 2 of the Zoning Ordinance.
AGRICULTURAL AND FORESTAL DISTRICTS: A land use classification created under Chapter 114 or 115 of the Fairfax County Code
for the purpose of qualifying landowners who wish to retain their property for agricultural or forestal use for use/value taxation pursuant to
Chapter 58 of the Fairfax County Code.
BARRIER: A wall, fence, earthen berm, or plant materials which may be used to provide a physical separation between land uses. Refer
to Article 13 of the Zoning Ordinance for specific barrier requirements.
BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES (BMPs): Stormwater management techniques or land use practices that are determined to be the
most effective, practicable means of preventing and/or reducing the amount of pollution generated by nonpoint sources in order to improve
water quality.
BUFFER: Graduated mix of land uses, building heights or intensities designed to mitigate potential conflicts between different types or
intensities of land uses; may also provide for a transition between uses. A landscaped buffer may be an area of open, undeveloped land
and may include a combination of fences, walls, berms, open space and/or landscape plantings. A buffer is not necessarily coincident
with transitional screening.
CHESAPEAKE BAY PRESERVATION ORDINANCE: Regulations which the State has mandated must be adopted to protect the
Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries. These regulations must be incorporated into the comprehensive plans, zoning ordinances and
subdivision ordinances of the affected localities. Refer to Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act, Va. Code Section 10.1-2100 et seq and VR
173-02-01, Chesapeake Bay Preservation Area Designation and Management Regulations.
CLUSTER DEVELOPMENT: Residential development in which the lots are clustered on a portion of a site so that significant
environmental/historical/cultural resources may be preserved or recreational amenities provided. While smaller lot sizes are permitted in a
cluster subdivision to preserve open space, the overall density cannot exceed that permitted by the applicable zoning district. See
Sect. 2-421 and Sect. 9-615 of the Zoning Ordinance.
COUNTY 2232 REVIEW PROCESS: A public hearing process pursuant to Sect. 15.2-2232 (Formerly Sect. 15.1-456) of the Virginia Code
which is used to determine if a proposed public facility not shown on the adopted Comprehensive Plan is in substantial accord with the
plan. Specifically, this process is used to determine if the general or approximate location, character and extent of a proposed facility is in
substantial accord with the Plan.
dBA: The momentary magnitude of sound weighted to approximate the sensitivity of the human ear to certain frequencies; the dBA value
describes a sound at a given instant, a maximum sound level or a steady state value. See also Ldn.
DENSITY: Number of dwelling units (du) divided by the gross acreage (ac) of a site being developed in residential use; or, the number of
dwelling units per acre (du/ac) except in the PRC District when density refers to the number of persons per acre.
DENSITY BONUS: An increase in the density otherwise allowed in a given zoning district which may be granted under specific provisions
of the Zoning Ordinance when a developer provides excess open space, recreation facilities, or affordable dwelling units (ADUs), etc.
DEVELOPMENT CONDITIONS: Terms or conditions imposed on a development by the Board of Supervisors (BOS) or the Board of
Zoning Appeals (BZA) in connection with approval of a special exception, special permit or variance application or rezoning application in
a "P" district. Conditions may be imposed to mitigate adverse impacts associated with a development as well as secure compliance with
the Zoning Ordinance and/or conformance with the Comprehensive Plan. For example, development conditions may regulate hours of
operation, number of employees, height of buildings, and intensity of development.

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DEVELOPMENT PLAN: A graphic representation which depicts the nature and character of the development proposed for a specific land
area: information such as topography, location and size of proposed structures, location of streets trails, utilities, and storm drainage are
generally included on a development plan. A development plan is s submission requirement for rezoning to the PRC District. A
GENERALIZED DEVELOPMENT PLAN (GDP) is a submission requirement for a rezoning application for all conventional zoning districts
other than a P District. A development plan submitted in connection with a special exception (SE) or special permit (SP) is generally
referred to as an SE or SP plat. A CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN (CDP) is a submission requirement when filing a rezoning
application for a P District other than the PRC District; a CDP characterizes in a general way the planned development of the site. A
FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN (FDP) is a submission requirement following the approval of a conceptual development plan and rezoning
application for a P District other than the PRC District; an FDP further details the planned development of the site. See Article 16 of the
Zoning Ordinance.
EASEMENT: A right to or interest in property owned by another for a specific and limited purpose. Examples: access easement, utility
easement, construction easement, etc. Easements may be for public or private purposes.
ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY CORRIDORS (EQCs): An open space system designed to link and preserve natural resource areas,
provide passive recreation and protect wildlife habitat. The system includes stream valleys, steep slopes and wetlands. For a complete
definition of EQCs, refer to the Environmental section of the Policy Plan for Fairfax County contained in Vol. 1 of the Comprehensive Plan.
ERODIBLE SOILS: Soils that wash away easily, especially under conditions where stormwater runoff is inadequately controlled. Silt and
sediment are washed into nearby streams, thereby degrading water quality.
FLOODPLAIN: Those land areas in and adjacent to streams and watercourses subject to periodic flooding; usually associated with
environmental quality corridors. The 100 year floodplain drains 70 acres or more of land and has a one percent chance of flood
occurrence in any given year.
FLOOR AREA RATIO (FAR): An expression of the amount of development intensity (typically, non-residential uses) on a specific parcel
of land. FAR is determined by dividing the total square footage of gross floor area of buildings on a site by the total square footage of the
site itself.
FUNCTIONAL CLASSIFICATION: A system for classifying roads in terms of the character of service that individual facilities are providing
or are intended to provide, ranging from travel mobility to land access. Roadway system functional classification elements include
Freeways or Expressways which are limited access highways, Other Principal (or Major) Arterials, Minor Arterials, Collector Streets, and
Local Streets. Principal arterials are designed to accommodate travel; access to adjacent properties is discouraged. Minor arterials are
designed to serve both through traffic and local trips. Collector roads and streets link local streets and properties with the arterial network.
Local streets provide access to adjacent properties.
GEOTECHNICAL REVIEW: An engineering study of the geology and soils of a site which is submitted to determine the suitability of a site
for development and recommends construction techniques designed to overcome development on problem soils, e.g., marine clay s oils.
HYDROCARBON RUNOFF: Petroleum products, such as motor oil, gasoline or transmission fluid deposited by motor vehicles which are
carried into the local storm sewer system with the stormwater runoff, and ultimately, into receiving streams; a major source of non-point
source pollution. An oil-grit separator is a common hydrocarbon runoff reduction method.
IMPERVIOUS SURFACE: Any land area covered by buildings or paved with a hard surface such that water cannot seep through the
surface into the ground.
INFILL: Development on vacant or underutilized sites within an area which is already mostly developed in an established development
pattern or neighborhood.
INTENSITY: The magnitude of development usually measured in such terms as density, floor area ratio, building height, percentage of
impervious surface, traffic generation, etc. Intensity is also based on a comparison of the development proposal against environmental
constraints or other conditions which determine the carrying capacity of a specific land area to accommodate development without
adverse impacts.
Ldn: Day night average sound level. It is the twenty-four hour average sound level expressed in A-weighted decibels; the measurement
assigns a "penalty" to night time noise to account for night time sensitivity. Ldn represents the total noise environment which varies over
time and correlates with the effects of noise on the public health, safety and welfare.
LEVEL OF SERVICE (LOS): An estimate of the effectiveness of a roadway to carry traffic, usually under anticipated peak traffic
conditions. Level of Service efficiency is generally characterized by the letters A through F, with LOS-A describing free flow traffic
conditions and LOS-F describing jammed or grid-lock conditions.
MARINE CLAY SOILS: Soils that occur in widespread areas of the County generally east of Interstate 95. Because of the abundance of
shrink-swell clays in these soils, they tend to be highly unstable. Many areas of slope failure are evident on natural slopes. Construction
on these soils may initiate or accelerate slope movement or slope failure. The shrink-swell soils can cause movement in structures, even
in areas of flat topography, from dry to wet seasons resulting in cracked foundations, etc. Also known as slippage soils.

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OPEN SPACE: That portion of a site which generally is not covered by buildings, streets, or parking areas. Open space is intended to
provide light and air; open space may be function as a buffer between land uses or for scenic, environmental, or recreational purposes.
OPEN SPACE EASEMENT: An easement usually granted to the Board of Supervisors which preserves a tract of land in open space for
some public benefit in perpetuity or for a specified period of time. Open space easements may be accepted by the Board of Supervisors,
upon request of the land owner, after evaluation under criteria established by the Board. See Open Space Land Act, Code of Virginia,
Sections 10.1-1700, et seq.
P DISTRICT: A "P" district refers to land that is planned and/or developed as a Planned Development Housing (PDH) District, a Planned
Development Commercial (PDC) District or a Planned Residential Community (PRC) District. The PDH, PDC and PRC Zoning Districts
are established to encourage innovative and creative design for land development; to provide ample and efficient use of open space; to
promote a balance in the mix of land uses, housing types, and intensity of development; and to allow maximum flexibility in order to
achieve excellence in physical, social and economic planning and development of a site. Refer to Articles 6 and 16 of the Zoning
Ordinance.
PROFFER: A written condition, which, when offered voluntarily by a property owner and accepted by the Board of Supervisors in a
rezoning action, becomes a legally binding condition which is in addition to the zoning district regulations applicable to a specific property.
Proffers are submitted and signed by an owner prior to the Board of Supervisors public hearing on a rezoning application and run with the
land. Once accepted by the Board, proffers may be modified only by a proffered condition amendment (PCA) application or other zoning
action of the Board and the hearing process required for a rezoning application applies. See Sect. 15.2-2303 (formerly 15.1-491) of the
Code of Virginia.
PUBLIC FACILITIES MANUAL (PFM): A technical text approved by the Board of Supervisors containing guidelines and standards which
govern the design and construction of site improvements incorporating applicable Federal, State and County Codes, specific standards of
the Virginia Department of Transportation and the County's Department of Public Works and Environmental Services.
RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AREA (RMA): That component of the Chesapeake Bay Preservation Area comprised of lands that, if
improperly used or developed, have a potential for causing significant water quality degradation or for diminishing the functional value of
the Resource Protection Area. See Fairfax County Code, Ch. 118, Chesapeake Bay Preservation Ordinance.
RESOURCE PROTECTION AREA (RPA): That component of the Chesapeake Bay Preservation Area comprised of lands at or near the
shoreline or water's edge that have an intrinsic water quality value due to the ecological and biological processes they perform or are
sensitive to impacts which may result in significant degradation of the quality of state waters. In their natural condition, these lands
provide for the removal, reduction or assimilation of sediments from runoff entering the Bay and its tributaries, and minimize the adverse
effects of human activities on state waters and aquatic resources. New development is generally discouraged in an RPA. See Fairfax
County Code, Ch. 118, Chesapeake Bay Preservation Ordinance.
SITE PLAN: A detailed engineering plan, to scale, depicting the development of a parcel of land and containing all information required
by Article 17 of the Zoning Ordinance. Generally, submission of a site plan to DPWES for review and approval is required for all
residential, commercial and industrial development except for development of single family detached dwellings. The site plan is required
to assure that development complies with the Zoning Ordinance.
SPECIAL EXCEPTION (SE) / SPECIAL PERMIT (SP): Uses, which by their nature, can have an undue impact upon or can be
incompatible with other land uses and therefore need a site specific review. After review, such uses may be allowed to locate within given
designated zoning districts if appropriate and only under special controls, limitations, and regulations. A special exception is subject to
public hearings by the Planning Commission and Board of Supervisors with approval by the Board of Supervisors; a special permit
requires a public hearing and approval by the Board of Zoning Appeals. Unlike proffers which are voluntary, the Board of Supervisors or
BZA may impose reasonable conditions to assure, for example, compatibility and safety. See Article 8, Special Permits and Article 9,
Special Exceptions, of the Zoning Ordinance.
STORMWATER MANAGEMENT: Engineering practices that are incorporated into the design of a development in order to mitigate or
abate adverse water quantity and water quality impacts resulting from development. Stormwater management systems are designed to
slow down or retain runoff to re-create, as nearly as possible, the pre-development flow conditions.
SUBDIVISION PLAT: The engineering plan for a subdivision of land submitted to DPWES for review and approved pursuant to Chapter
101 of the County Code.
TRANSPORTATION DEMAND MANAGEMENT (TDM): Actions taken to reduce single occupant vehicle automobile trips or actions taken
to manage or reduce overall transportation demand in a particular area.
TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM MANAGEMENT (TSM) PROGRAMS: This term is used to describe a full spectrum of actions that may be
applied to improve the overall efficiency of the transportation network. TSM programs usually consist of low-cost alternatives to major
capital expenditures, and may include parking management measures, ridesharing programs, flexible or staggared work hours, transit
promotion or operational improvements to the existing roadway system. TSM includes Transportation Demand Management (TDM)
measures as well as H.O.V. use and other strategies associated with the operation of the street and transit systems.

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URBAN DESIGN: An aspect of urban or suburban planning that focuses on creating a desirable environment in which to live, work and
play. A well-designed urban or suburban environment demonstrates the four generally accepted principles of design: clearly identifiable
function for the area; easily understood order; distinctive identity; and visual appeal.
VACATION: Refers to vacation of street or road as an action taken by the Board of Supervisors in order to abolish the public's
right-of-passage over a road or road right-of-way dedicated by a plat of subdivision. Upon vacation, title to the road right-of-way transfers
by operation of law to the owner(s) of the adjacent properties within the subdivision from whence the road/road right-of-way originated.
VARIANCE: An application to the Board of Zoning Appeals which seeks relief from a specific zoning regulation such as lot width, building
height, or minimum yard requirements, among others. A variance may only be granted by the Board of Zoning Appeals through the public
hearing process and upon a finding by the BZA that the variance application meets the required Standards for a Variance set forth in Sect.
18-404 of the Zoning Ordinance.
WETLANDS: Land characterized by wetness for a portion of the growing season. Wetlands are generally delineated on the basis of
physical characteristics such as soil properties indicative of wetness, the presence of vegetation with an affinity for water, and the
presence or evidence of surface wetness or soil saturation. Wetland environments provide water quality improvement benefits and are
ecologically valuable. Development activity in wetlands is subject to permitting processes administered by the U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers
TIDAL WETLANDS: Vegetated and nonvegetated wetlands as defined in Chapter 116 Wetlands Ordinance of the Fairfax County Code:
includes tidal shores and tidally influenced embayments, creeks, and tributaries to the Occoquan and Potomac Rivers. Development
activity in tidal wetlands may require approval from the Fairfax County Wetlands Board.
Abbreviations Commonly Used in Staff Reports
A&F
ADU
ARB
BMP
BOS
BZA
COG
CBC
CDP
CRD
DOT
DP
DPWES
DPZ
DU/AC
EQC
FAR
FDP
GDP
GFA
HC
HCD
LOS
Non-RUP
OSDS
PCA
PD
PDC

Agricultural & Forestal District


Affordable Dwelling Unit
Architectural Review Board
Best Management Practices
Board of Supervisors
Board of Zoning Appeals
Council of Governments
Community Business Center
Conceptual Development Plan
Commercial Revitalization District
Department of Transportation
Development Plan
Department of Public Works and Environmental Services
Department of Planning and Zoning
Dwelling Units Per Acre
Environmental Quality Corridor
Floor Area Ratio
Final Development Plan
Generalized Development Plan
Gross Floor Area
Highway Corridor Overlay District
Housing and Community Development
Level of Service
Non-Residential Use Permit
Office of Site Development Services, DPWES
Proffered Condition Amendment
Planning Division
Planned Development Commercial

PDH
PFM
PRC
RC
RE
RMA
RPA
RUP
RZ
SE
SEA
SP
TDM
TMA
TSA
TSM
UP & DD
VC
VDOT
VPD
VPH
WMATA
WS
ZAD
ZED
ZPRB

Planned Development Housing


Public Facilities Manual
Planned Residential Community
Residential-Conservation
Residential Estate
Resource Management Area
Resource Protection Area
Residential Use Permit
Rezoning
Special Exception
Special Exception Amendment
Special Permit
Transportation Demand Management
Transportation Management Association
Transit Station Area
Transportation System Management
Utilities Planning and Design Division, DPWES
Variance
Virginia Dept. of Transportation
Vehicles Per Day
Vehicles per Hour
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority
Water Supply Protection Overlay District
Zoning Administration Division, DPZ
Zoning Evaluation Division, DPZ
Zoning Permit Review Branch

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