A.

EIS SummAry
appendices
B. Historic Preservation rePort
summary
appendices
C. TransporTaTion ManageMenT
plan suMMary
appendices
D. Community involvement
Summary
appendices
Communi ty Invol vement
The DHS Headquarters Consolidation at
St. Elizabeths West Campus
Master Plan
aUGUsT 31, 2007 – preliminary drafT To ncpc for commenT
D. CoMMunITy
InVoLVEMEnT SuMMary
purpose
To conduct public outreach that introduces GSa’s intent
to redevelop the property as a location for the offces of
federal agencies. To inform key stakeholders, the Ward
8 community and the general public about the Master
Plan and EIS processes and status. To comply with nEPa
and Section 106 requirements, identify issues and solicit
support as well as provide periodic updates.
methodology
• Identify, meet with and brief key government and private
sector stakeholders
• Sponsor public meetings at key junctures
• attend meetings of affected Ward 8 community
organizations and present/update the project to
membership and residents
actions to date in Ward 8
6/10/06 – GSA Master Plan Presentation
GSa conducted a public presentation of its draft master
plan alternatives for redevelopment of St Elizabeths
West Campus to residents of the Ward 8 community
as well as District, regional and federal stakeholders.
The presentation provided background information on
the site, the master planning process, the alternatives
being analyzed and project milestones. It also described
the Section 106 process to evaluate the effects of the
proposed re-development on the historic structures and
landscape. representatives of the General Services
administration, Coast Guard, and Homeland Security
answered questions from the audience.
5/4/06 – South Capitol Street Corridor Community
Update Meeting
Members of the GSa St. Elizabeths West Campus Master
Plan team participated in the meeting hosted by the
District Department of Transportation (DDoT) to provide
updates on DDoT projects in the South Capitol Street
Corridor as well as other development projects in the area.
The St. Elizabeths Team informed Ward 8 residents and
stakeholders of the latest project updates and answered
questions posed by attendees.
4/5/06 – Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton -
Town Hall Meeting
GSa worked with Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes norton
(D-DC) to present important, up-to-date information about
the frst ever federal development east of the Anacostia
river. GSa, uSCG and DHS provide information and
answers to residents about the upcoming development
of the west campus of St. Elizabeth’s Hospital for federal
offce space beginning with the $300 million Coast Guard
headquarters. representatives of the D.C. Department
of Transportation, D.C. Offce of Planning, and National
Capital Planning Commission also described their roles
in the development. Mayor anthony Williams, Ward 8
Councilmember Marion Barry and anC 8C Chair Mary
Cuthbert offered brief remarks.
2/25/06 – Anacostia Transportation and Development
Information Fair
Members of the GSa St. Elizabeths West Campus Master
Plan team participated in the Information Fair sponsored
by the District of Columbia Department of Transportation
(DDoT) which highlighted transportation and development
projects planned for anacostia. GSa’s information on the
process and status of development of the West Campus
was included and the Fair provided the opportunity
for participants to take bus tours of the neighborhood
including the West Campus of St. Elizabeths.
6/14/05 – GSA Public Scoping Meeting
GSa sponsored the Scoping Meeting to facilitate an early
and open mechanism for developing the scope of issues
to be addressed in the EIS and Section 106 process. It
allowed the public to help defne, prioritize and convey
stakeholder and community issues to the agency through
oral and written comments which comments and concerns
were offcially documented.
Ward 8 community organization meetings
GSa contacted neighborhood Based organizations
and requested the opportunity to present project related
information at regularly scheduled meetings. upon
addition to meeting agendas, GSa provided project
specifc information and updates through its presentation
and handouts such as project fact sheets and brochures,
FaQs, and maps. Directions for project phone, e-mail and
website contacts were supplied and presenters felded
questions and comments from the audience which were
brought back to the Master Plan Team.
advisory neighborhood commissions
anCs are made up of Commissioners elected by the
residents of Small Member Districts (SMDs) in each of
the city’s Wards. The anCs meet monthly to consider
a wide range of policies and programs affecting their
neighborhoods. The intent is to ensure input from
an advisory board that is made up of residents of
neighborhoods directly affected by government or private
sector action. anCs are the body of government with the
closest offcial ties to the people in a neighborhood.
anC presentations were made at meetings on the
following dates:
anacostia coordinating council
aCC is a volunteer, membership consortium of
organizations, neighborhood businesses and individual
community activists concerned with the revitalization of
anacostia and its neighboring communities east of the
anacostia river (see attached).
aCC presentations were made on the following dates:
5/23/06 2/28/06 1/31/06 9/27/05
anc 2006 2005
8a 6/06/06 1/03/06 10/04/05
8B 5/16/06 1/17/06 9/20/05
8C 6/07/06 1/11/06 9/07/05
8D 5/25/06 1/26/06 9/22/05
8E 5/16/06 1/17/06 9/20/05
E. SitE Study ConCEpt
appendices
site planning schemes for the United
states coast Guard at st. elizabeths
Perkins + Will, the architect for the U.S. Coast Guard
Headquarters facility, was selected through GSA’s
Design Excellence program. This program creates
a performance standard that results in buildings that
express the vision, leadership, and commitment of
the Government to serving the public and the values
of the nation. More specifcally, Design Excellence in
GSA means:
• Providing best value to the customer agencies and
the American taxpayer.
• Developing safe, productive and attractive
workplaces.
• Operating effciently and effectively—keeping
projects on time and on budget.
• Ensuring that projects respond positively to national
urban and environmental policies.
• Selecting America’s best designers and artists to
create facilities that ultimately become respected
landmarks.

GSA’s approach is holistic, incorporating expertise in
many areas—architecture, urban design, landscape
architecture, interior design, art, engineering,
construction, security, historic preservation (when
applicable), sustainability, and workplace design.
As part of its contract for the new Coast Guard
Headquarters facility at St. Elizabeths West Campus,
Perkins + Will was tasked with looking at alternative
locations corresponding to GSA’s Draft Environmental
Impact Statement, three schemes per location, for the
Headquarters facility. The schemes will be consistent
with the St. Elizabeths West Campus Master Plan
Alternatives in terms of mass, orientation, and height
of the buildings.
The site planning schemes and descriptions are
included in the following study. This study is intended
to illustrate possible ways the U.S. Coast Guard
building could be placed on the Overlook (Parcel 4)
and Pavilion (Parcel 2) areas at St. Elizabeths.
SITE PLANNING STUDY
PAGE 1
OVERLOOK SCHEME 1A: PERSPECTIVES
SITE PLANNING STUDY
PAGE 2
OVERLOOK SCHEME 1A: SITE PLAN
U.S. COAST GUARD HEADQUARTERS OVERLOOK SITE 1 A
06. 23. 2006 ST. ELIZABETH’S WEST CAMPUS WASHINGTON D.C.
PARKING
E
RECEIVING & STORAGE
FACILITY
C
O
U
R
T
YA
R
D
PARKING
OFFICE
COURTYARD
OFFICE
OFFICE
OFFICE
COURTYARD COURTYARD
CEMETERY
THE POINT
GREENHOUSE SITE
N
12.5 m 60 m
Scale 1: 1250
0
C
O
U
R
T
Y
A
R
D
CO
URTYARD
+4, +5, +6
+2, +3 4,400 m2
47,400 ft2
+1 17,500 m2
188,400 ft2
-1 16,200 m2
174,400 ft2
-2, -3 15,900 m2
171,200 ft2
-4 12,200 m2
131,300 ft2
-5, -6 4,200 m2
45,200 ft2
4,400 m2
47,400 ft2
TOTAL = 103,700 m2
1,116,200 ft2
OFFICE
SITE PLANNING STUDY
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OVERLOOK SCHEME 1A: FLOOR PLANS
SITE PLANNING STUDY
PAGE 4
OVERLOOK SCHEME 1A: SECTIONS
LONGITUDINAL SECTION
TRANSVERSE SECTION
OFFICE
CIRCULATION
MECHANICAL
CORE
LOBBY
LOADING BAY
COURTYARD/ATRIUM
PARKING
SITE PLANNING STUDY
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OVERLOOK SCHEME 1B: PERSPECTIVES
SITE PLANNING STUDY
PAGE 7
OVERLOOK SCHEME 1B: FLOOR PLANS
SITE PLANNING STUDY
PAGE 8
OVERLOOK SCHEME 1B: SECTIONS
LONGITUDINAL SECTION
TRANSVERSE SECTION
OFFICE
CIRCULATION
MECHANICAL
CORE
LOBBY
LOADING BAY
COURTYARD/ATRIUM
PARKING
SITE PLANNING STUDY
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OVERLOOK SCHEME 1B: MODEL
SITE PLANNING STUDY
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OVERLOOK SCHEME 1C: SITE PLAN
E ATRIUM
ATRIUM
EMPLOYEE PARKING
COURTYARD
CEMETARY
VISITOR PARKING
RECEIVING &
STORAGE FACILITY
N
N
12.5 m 60 m 0
SITE PLANNING STUDY
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OVERLOOK SCHEME 1B: SITE PLAN
U.S. COAST GUARD HEADQUARTERS OVERLOOK SITE 1 B
06. 23. 2006 ST. ELIZABETH’S WEST CAMPUS WASHINGTON D.C.
PARKING
E
RECEIVING & STORAGE
FACILITY
COURTYARD
COURTYARD
COURTYARD
+2
+3
+4
+5
+6
-1
-2
-3
-4
28,000 ft2
2,600 m2
CEMETERY
THE POINT
GREENHOUSE SITE
N
12.5 m 60 m
Scale 1: 1250
0
45,200 ft2
4,200 m2
58,000 ft2
5,400 m2
86,000 ft2
8,000 m2
86,000 ft2
8,000 m2
155,000 ft2
14,400 m2
233,500 ft2
21,700 m2
185,000 ft2
17,200 m2
157,200 ft2
14,600 m2
102,300 ft2
9,500 m2
32,300 ft2
3,000 m2
-5
+1
TOTAL = 108,600 m2
1,168,900 ft2
COURTYARD OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE COURTYARD COURTYARD
OFFICE
PARKING
OFFICE
OFFICE COURTYARD
SITE PLANNING STUDY
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OVERLOOK SCHEME 1C: FLOOR PLANS
SITE PLANNING STUDY
PAGE 12
OVERLOOK SCHEME 1C: SECTION AND ELEVATION
SITE PLANNING STUDY
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OVERLOOK SCHEME 1C: ENTRY PERSPECTIVE
SITE PLANNING STUDY
PAGE 14
OVERLOOK SCHEME 1C: RIVER PERSPECTIVE
SITE PLANNING STUDY
PAGE 15
OVERLOOK SCHEME 1C: AERIAL PERSPECTIVE
SITE PLANNING STUDY
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OVERLOOK SCHEME 1C: MODEL
SITE PLANNING STUDY
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PAVILION SCHEME 1A: PERSPECTIVES PAVILION SCHEME 1A: PERSPECTIVES
U.S. COAST GUARD HEADQUARTERS PAVILION SCHEME 1A
10. 19. 2006 ST. ELIZABETHS WEST CAMPUS WASHINGTON D.C.
U.S. COAST GUARD HEADQUARTERS PAVILION SCHEME 1A
10. 19. 2006 ST. ELIZABETHS WEST CAMPUS WASHINGTON D.C.
SITE PLANNING STUDY
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PAVILION 1A: SITE PLAN
U.S. COAST GUARD HEADQUARTERS PAVILION SCHEME 1A
10. 19. 2006 ST. ELIZABETHS WEST CAMPUS WASHINGTON D.C.
N
12.5 m 60 m
Scale 1: 1250
0
PARKING
4
4
4
4 4 4
4
CEMETERY
SITE PLANNING STUDY
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PAVILION 1A: FLOOR PLANS
SITE PLANNING STUDY
PAGE 20
PAVILION 1A: SECTIONS
OFFICE
CIRCULATION
MECHANICAL
CORE
LOBBY
LOADING BAY
COURTYARD/ATRIUM
PARKING
U.S. COAST GUARD HEADQUARTERS
ST. ELIZABETHS WEST CAMPUS WASHINGTON D.C.
PAVILION SCHEME 1A
10. 19. 2006
SITE PLANNING STUDY
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PAVILION 1A: MODEL
SITE PLANNING STUDY
PAGE 22
PAVILION 1B: PERSPECTIVES
U.S. COAST GUARD HEADQUARTERS PAVILION SCHEME 1B
10. 19. 2006 ST. ELIZABETHS WEST CAMPUS WASHINGTON D.C.
U.S. COAST GUARD HEADQUARTERS PAVILION SCHEME 1B
10. 19. 2006 ST. ELIZABETHS WEST CAMPUS WASHINGTON D.C.
SITE PLANNING STUDY
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PAVILION 1B: SITE PLAN
U.S. COAST GUARD HEADQUARTERS PAVILION SCHEME 1B
10. 19. 2006 ST. ELIZABETHS WEST CAMPUS WASHINGTON D.C.
N
12.5 m 60 m
Scale 1: 1250
0
PARKING
5 5
4 4 4
5
CEMETERY
5
5
SITE PLANNING STUDY
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PAVILION 1B: FLOOR PLANS
SITE PLANNING STUDY
PAGE 25
PAVILION 1B: SECTIONS
OFFICE
CIRCULATION
MECHANICAL
CORE
LOBBY
LOADING BAY
COURTYARD/ATRIUM
PARKING
U.S. COAST GUARD HEADQUARTERS
ST. ELIZABETHS WEST CAMPUS WASHINGTON D.C.
PAVILION SCHEME 1B
10. 19. 2006
SITE PLANNING STUDY
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PAVILION 1B: MODEL
SITE PLANNING STUDY
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PAVILION 1C: PERSPECTIVES
U.S. COAST GUARD HEADQUARTERS PAVILION SCHEME 1C
10. 19. 2006 ST. ELIZABETHS WEST CAMPUS WASHINGTON D.C.
U.S. COAST GUARD HEADQUARTERS PAVILION SCHEME 1C
10. 19. 2006 ST. ELIZABETHS WEST CAMPUS WASHINGTON D.C.
SITE PLANNING STUDY
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PAVILION 1C: SITE PLAN
U.S. COAST GUARD HEADQUARTERS PAVILION SCHEME 1C
10. 19. 2006 ST. ELIZABETHS WEST CAMPUS WASHINGTON D.C.
N
12.5 m 60 m
Scale 1: 1250
0
PARKING
4
4
4
CEMETERY
4
SITE PLANNING STUDY
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PAVILION 1C: FLOOR PLANS
SITE PLANNING STUDY
PAGE 30
PAVILION 1C: SECTIONS
OFFICE
CIRCULATION
MECHANICAL
CORE
LOBBY
LOADING BAY
COURTYARD/ATRIUM
PARKING
U.S. COAST GUARD HEADQUARTERS
ST. ELIZABETHS WEST CAMPUS WASHINGTON D.C.
PAVILION SCHEME 1C
10. 19. 2006
SITE PLANNING STUDY
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PAVILION 1C: MODEL
F. List oF studies consuLted
appendices
Li st of Studi es Consul ted
The DHS Headquarters Consolidation at
St. Elizabeths West Campus
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author(s) of materials Title of sources for st.elizabeths date
1 Cetrom Substation Study 02/06
2 Cetrom Cultural Landscape Report (Part 2) 08/17/07
3 Cetrom/Burgess & Niple Tunnel Inspection Report-West Campus & Asbestos
Tunnel Assessment Survey
02/06
4 Cetrom/Burgess & Niple Road Condition Report 04/06
5 Devrouax & Purnell Architects - Planners,
P.C.
A Master Plan for the West Campus of St. Elizabeths
Hospital
09/93
6 Devrouax & Purnell Architects - Planners,
P.C.; Betty Bird - Architectural Historian;
Rhodeside & Harwell, Inc. - Landscape
Architects
St. Elizabeths Hospital Historic Resources
Management Plan
09/93
7 ERT Ground Penetrating Radar TBD
8 Farewell Mills Gatsch Building, Landscape, and Archaeological Assessment,
St. Elizabeths Hospital, West Campus draft
05/02/05
9 G&O Study-Soil Remediation (Dioxin) 04/15/07
10 GSA - National Capital Region; Dept. of
Homeland Security; U.S. Coast Guard;
National Capital Planning Commission;
National Park Service; Federal Highway
Administration; DC Department of
Transportation
St. Elizabeths Preliminary Draft v.1 Environmental
Impact statement
12/06
11 GSA - National Capital Planning
Commission; National Park Service; Federal
Highway Administration; DC Department of
Transportation
St. Elizabeths West Campus Cultural Resources
Technical Report
01/07
12 GSA / Jones Lang LeSalle St.Elizabeths Hospital - West Campus - Federal
Needs Screening
08/02
13 GSA / Jones Lang LaSalle St. Elizabeths - Land Use Feasibility Analysis - 95%
DRAFT
08/15/05
14 HDR USCG PDS Study-95% Complete 12/06/06
15 HDR USCG HQ PDS 12/30/05
16 HDR/GeoConcepts Eng., Inc. Preliminary Geotechnical Engineering Report 08/05
17 Heritage Landscapes - Preservation
Landscape Architects & Planners
St. Elizabeths Hospital West Campus Landscape
Assessment Plan - Draft
05/02/05
18 Hunter Research Combined Phase/ Archeological Survey Building/
Landscape Assessment
05/05
19 Monument Construction Corporation Center Building (Progressive Collapse & Blast
Analysis)
04/13/07
20 NCR Public Building Service St. Elizabeths West Campus - Scoping Report 07/05
Li st of Studi es Consul ted aUGUsT 31, 2007 – preliminary drafT To ncpc for commenT
The DHS Headquarters Consolidation at
St. Elizabeths West Campus
Master Plan
author(s) of materials Title of sources for st.elizabeths date
21 OLBN Architectural Service, Inc. St. Elizabeths Firehouse Rehabilitation Study ‘helipad
fre truck support’
06/16/06
22 OLBN Architectural Service, Inc.; Monument
Construction Corporation
St. Elizabeths Ice House rehabilitation study
‘concession restaurant’
06/16/06
23 Monument Construction Corporation; OLBN
Architectural Service, Inc.; Quinn Evans
Architects; Delon Hampton & Associates,
Chartered; Meta Engineers, P.C.; The Louis
Berger Group, Inc.
St. Elizabeths West Campus Buildings L, Rehabilitation
Study, Campus Fitness Centers
06/16/06
24 Phillips Swager Associates; Devrouax &
Purnell; Delon Hampton & Assc.; The Smith
Group
St. Elizabeths - UCC Site Assessment Study, First
Draft Submitted
03/02/01
25 R.M.Kliment & Frances Halsband
Architects
Concept Study for a Federal Campus at St.Elizabeths
Washington DC
04/14/04
26 RTKL Assc. + McKissack; ZHA; Zimmerman/
Volk Associates; Mitchell Silver Associates;
Grove/Slade Associates; Robinson &
Associates; Delon Hampton & Associates;
ERM
Saint Elizabeths Hospital Draft Framework Plan 08/04
27 Singhal & Company IT Physical Infrastructure Professional Services TBD
28 SmithGroup St. Elizabeths Conceptual Diagrams Time - Line
Submission
08//05, 01/06, 03/06
29 SmithGroup St. Elizabeths - Documents Available 04/01/05
30 ZAI Resource Tools, Drawings, Photos 01/06
31 Zimmerman Associates, Inc. Research Tools for Saint Elizabeths Hospital na
G. AcknowledGements
appendices
The DHS Headquarters Consolidation at
St. Elizabeths West Campus
Master Plan
aUGUsT 31, 2007 – preliminary drafT To ncpc for commenT Acknowl edgements
CLIENT:
General serVices adminisTraTion—Gsa
naTional capiTal reGion
Portfolio Management
Patricia T. Ralston
Director
Diane Stolz
Director, Capital Investment and Planning Program
Dawud Abdur-Rahman
Development Director
Terri Cooper
Program Manager
Carter Wormeley
Asset Manager
Denise Decker
NEPA Team Lead
Rodney Moulden
NCPC & CFA Liaison
Thomas Otto, AICP
Urban Planning
Gary Porter
Historic Preservation Team
Beth L. Savage
Regional Historic Preservation Offcer
Property Development
Doug Nelson
Director
Harry Debes
Project Executive
Jim Fortinsky
Project Manager for USCG
Bill Willis
Project Manager for DHS
Jane Engvall
Senior Project Manager for DHS
Legal
Stephen Schwartz
Assistant Regional Counsel
Operations
Joseph Dobson
Site Manager
Communications
Hyacinth Perrault
Marketing
Procurement
Carl Campbell
Branch Chief, Contracting Offcer
Wanda Nolen
Contracting Offcer
deparTmenT of Homeland secUriTy—dHs
Management Directorate, Offce of Administrative Services
Capt. Chris Mills
Detailee DHS Headquarters
Security
Gill Thompson
Security Representative
Federal Preservation Offcer
David Reese
Environmental Planning/Historic and Environmental Programs, USM
Administrative Services
Offce of the Chief Architect
David Slingerland
Chief Architect
Us coasT GUard –UscG
LCDR
Scott Crawley
Assistant Commandant for Engineering and Logistics
Environmental Management
Susan G. Hathaway
Assistant NEPA Program Manager
Bill Logan
Asset Manager
Capt. Jack Smith
Commanding Offcer Headquarters Support Command
Wayne Truax
Security Offcer
aUGUsT 31, 2007 – preliminary drafT To ncpc for commenT
The DHS Headquarters Consolidation at
St. Elizabeths West Campus
Master Plan
Acknowl edgements
PROJECT DESIGN TEAM:
Jones lanG lasalle
Project Management
LUF Analysis
Kim Burke
Managing Director
Craig McGinnis
Associate
Project Management
Danielle Breaux
Project Manager
Chris Molivadas
Managing Director
Charlie Westberg
Vice President
smiTHGroUp
Campus Master Planning
Martin Denholm, AIA, LEED AP
Vice President, Principal-in-Charge
Russell Perry, AIA, LEED AP
Vice President, Lead Urban Designer & Planner
Merrill St. Leger-Demian, AICP, LEED AP
Principal, Senior Urban Land Designer & Planner
Cristina Sassaki, LEED AP
Associate, Urban Designer & Planner
Claudia Barragan
Urban Designer & Planner
Stephen Conschafter
Urban Designer & Planner
Neal Billetdeaux, ASLA, LEED AP
Principal, Senior Landscape Architect
Mary Jukuri, ASLA
Principal, Landscape Architect
Cory Gallo
Landscape Architect
Joe Wyrot
Civil Engineer
GreenHorne & o’mara
Environmental Consultants
NEPA Compliance Activities
Joan Glynn
Department Head – Environmental Services
Thomas Barrett
Sr. Archeologist
John Christman
Sr. Transportation Engineer
Elizabeth Estes
Sr. Environmental Planner
Jamie Ingram
Sr. Environmental Scientist
Dennis Plouff
Sr. Civil Engineer
Ross Voorhees
Hazardous Waste Specialist
oeHrlein & associaTes arcHiTecTs
Preservation Architects
NHPA (Section 106) Compliance
Mary Oehrlein
Owner/Principal Architect
roBinson & associaTes
Historic Resources Consultants
NHPA (Section 106) Compliance
Judy Robinson
Principal
Tim Kerr
Architectural and Landscape Historian
symmeTra desiGn, llc
Transportation Management
Nicole White
Principal
Kelvin Robinson
Sr. Engineer
dp consUlTanTs, inc.
Public Involvement
Diane Pratt
Community Outreach
Myra Maultsby
Community Outreach
sTraUGHan enVironmenTal serVices
Air & Noise Analysis
Eileen Straughan
President, Senior Scientist
Sarah Michailof
Environmental Planner - Noise Analyst
The DHS Headquarters Consolidation at
St. Elizabeths West Campus
Master Plan
aUGUsT 31, 2007 – preliminary drafT To ncpc for commenT Acknowl edgements
CONSULTING PARTIES
adVisory coUncil on HisToric preserVaTion
Héctor M. Abreu-Cintrón
GSA Liaison and Historic Preservation Specialist
adVisory neiGHBorHood commissions
ANC 8A; ANC 8B; ANC 8C; ANC 8D; ANC 8E
american socieTy of landscape arcHiTecTs
Robert W. Good, FASLA
Stephenson & Good
anacosTia HisTorical socieTy
Dianne Dale
BrooKinGs insTiTUTion
David Garrison
commiTTee of 100 on THe federal ciTy
Barbara Zartman
Don Hawkins
Sally Berk
cUlTUral landscape foUndaTion
Charles Birnbaum
Executive Director
dc preserVaTion leaGUe
Rebecca Miller
Executive Director
disTricT of colUmBia office of planninG
Aubrey D. Thagard
Neighborhood Planning Coordinator – Ward 8
disTricT of colUmBia HisToric preserVaTion office
Tim Dennee
Architectural Historian
friends of sT. eliZaBeTHs
Barbara Bick
naTional associaTion of olmsTed parKs
Catherine Nagel
Executive Director
naTional capiTal planninG commission
Nancy Witherell
Historic Preservation Offcer
Christine Saum, AIA
Director, Urban Design & Plan Review
Ellyn Goldkind
Architect
naTional coaliTion To saVe oUr mall
Judy Scott Feldman, Ph.D
George H.F. Oberlander, AICP
naTional HisToric landmarK sTeWards
associaTion
George Lessor
Lisa Burcham
naTional mUseUm of ciVil War medicine
George Wunderlich
Executive Director
naTional parK serVice, norTHeasT reGional office
Bill Bolger
National Historic Landmarks Program Manager
naTional parK serVice, HisToric landscape
iniTiaTiVe
Paul Dolinsky
naTional parK serVice, naTional capiTal reGion
David Murphy
Gary Scott
naTional TrUsT for HisToric preserVaTion
Rob Nieweg
Director and Regional Attorney
Southern Field Offce
Betsy Merritt
General Counsel
Nell Ziehl
Field Representative
Southern Field Offce
medical and professional socieTy of
sT.eliZaBeTHs HospiTal
Dr. Suryabala Kanhouwa
St. Elizabeths Hospital
office of coUncilmemBer marion Barry
Keith Andrew Perry
Chief of Staff
represenTaTiVe eleanor Holmes norTon
sT. eliZaBeTHs HospiTal (easT campUs)
Dr. Patrick Canavan
Chief Executive Offcer
U.s. commission of fine arTs
Tom Luebke, AIA
Secretary