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? Approved For Release 2001/09/04: CIA-RDP86-01019R000200170001-5 CIA PRELIMINARY MASTER PLAN PRESENTATION - 6rA J :1JECEMBER 1972 General Background Data 1. Site Evolution Chart 2. Acreage Statistics 3. Parking Statistics 4. Personnel Sa;atistics QA/QC 11 /15/00 - betty 5. Headquarters Garage and Motor Pool a. Cost Factors b. Construction Schedule 6. NCPC Der,!ember Schedule and Agenda 7. Memo For the Record - Subject: National C4pitai Planning, Commission 8. Miscellaneous General Anticipated Ques'tion' and Answers Approved For Release 2001/09/04: CIA-RDP86-01019R000200170001-5 S s FORMER! USE PErWAIT 252.2245 A. CIA _ ? .. 131.563 A. 15 MARCH 1957 SCAT( E R GO THOPNE 32.220 A. RIVER CO" 12 JUNE 1963 TRAVE 11.203 19 AU( 1966 FEBRUARY 1972 ~'- - t- -~ (rev. 9 MARCH'72) Approved For Release 2001/09/04': CIA-RDP86-01019R000200170001-5 Approved For Release 2.001/09/04: CIA-RDP86-01019R000200170001-5 4 FORMER USE PERM'11 NPS 235.465 A. AUGUST..1971 131.5630 13.6227 12.8279 11.2039 43.7760 d CIA 213. 1935 A. GSA 6.8110 A. . S/T 32.2200 A. VIZIER 13.8227 A. 12 JUN 19 63 .Approved For Release 2001 R000200170001-5 Acreage (Parking and Roads existing) .. South Lot* . 10.99 A. North Lot* 11.13 A. West Lot* 13.97 A. Total Existing A. 39.09 +A. Roads and Small Lots 3'.0.+A. 'klncludes perimeter access road acreage. West Lot*- (Incl. P. Struct.) U. 47 North Lot* 11.5 New'West Lot* 2.8 South Lot 3.5 New South Lot* (Incl. P. Struct.) 11. 9 EOD Parking* 1.0 Roads & Small Lots CIA 213.1935 A. existing 4/72 GSA 6.8110 A. Scattergood-Thorne 32.2200 A. 252.2245 A. Approved For. Release 2001/09/04: CIA-RDP86-01019R00020.0170001=5 STATINTL Approved For Release 2001/09/04: CIA-RDP86-01019R000200170001-5 Approved For Release 2001/09/04: CIA-RDP86-01019R000200170001-5 Approved For Release 2001/09/04: CIA-RDP86-01019R000200170001-5 GSA Forces 217 GSA Guards 158 CII C&P Grand Total a. CIA at Hqs. Bldg. b. CIA at PSB Total CIA f. Total Other (projected) Total Headquarters Population (CIA & Others) - Projected 508 199 Approved For. Release 2001/09/04: CIA-RDP86-01019R000200170001-5 PERSONNEL STATISTICS Personnel at Headquarters (exist.) Personnel at Headquarters (projected) Approved For Release 2001/09/04: CIA-RDP86-01019R000200170001-5 HEADQUARTERS GARAGE AND MOTOR POOL COST FACTORS Funds currently being held by GSA - $1,050,000 ESTIMATED CONSTRUCTION COSTS $778,000 - Basic Construction 4,000 - Pump Canopy 10,000 - Alternate Parking 24,000 - Car Wash. 116,000 - Parking Canopies 154,000 - Total Alternates 778,000 - Total Basic Construction $942,000 - Total Project Cost CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE NCPC Hearings (Executive Session) 6 and 7 December 1972 Invitation to Bidding - 19 January 1973 Contract Award - 19 March 1973 Occupancy - 20 June 1974 Approved For Release 2001/09/04: CIA-RDP86-01019R000200170001-5 NATIONAL CAPITAL PLANNING COMMISSION Approved For Release 20011A1:i7904~ta RDP86-01019R000200170001-5 WASHINGTON,D.C. 20576 TO , Community Groups and Individuals FROM : Charles H. Conrad, Executive Director SUBJECT: Committee and Commission Meetings, December 4, 5, 6 and 7, 1972. The Commission affords interested and affected community groups and individuals an opportunity to present their views on any of the matters on the Commission agenda at the meeting of the COMMITTEE at which each matter is considered. If you desire to make a statement to one of the committees or otherwise communicate your views, please call Mr. Samuel K. Frazier, the Commission's Director of Public Affairs, telephone 382-1161, at least twenty-four (24) hours prior to the scheduled committee meeting which you plan to attend. Indicated below are the dates committee meetings will be held. Items to be considered by each committee are identified on the enclosed Commission Meeting Tentative Agenda Summary. SCHEDULE OF COMMISSION AND COMMITTEE MEETINGS* Monday, December 4, 1972 2:00 P.M. Urban Renewal and Housing Committee Tuesday, December 5. 1972 9:30 A.M. 2:00 P.M. 9:30 A.M. 2:00 P.M. Thursday, December 7, 1972 Zoning Committee Federal Planning and Projects Committee - open and executive sessions Approved For Release 2001/09/04: CIA-RDP86-01019R000200170001-5 Approved For Release 2001/b? '4'TCliff-kDP86-01019R000200170001-5 Thursday, December 7, 1972 (SEE ENCLOSED SCHEDULE FOR DATE AND TIME OF COMMITTEE MEETINGS) Committees: DIST - District Public Improvements TRANS - Transportation FED - Federal Planning & Projects UR&11 - Urban Renewal & Housing ZON - Zoning PARK - Park, Recreation & Open Space C O M M I S S I O N M E E T I N G T E N T A T I V E A G E N D A Open Session - 9:30 A.M. File Committee No. Item PERSONNEL ANNOUNCEMENTS ....................................................C.H. Conrad REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR ........................................... C.H. Conrad 0767 THE URBAN RIVER - A STAFF PROPOSAL FOR WATERFRONT DEVELOPMENT IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Presentation (No Action) ..................................only at full Commission Meeting UR&H 0605 HELICOPTER SERVICE TO CENTER CITY WASHINGTON Presentation (No Action) ..................................only at full Commission Meeting 0732 FOURTH YEAR NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM UR07 a. Shaw School Urban Renewal Area - urban renewal plan modification UR08 b. Downtown Urban Renewal Area - urban renewal plan modification UR16 c. H Street Urban Renewal Area - urban renewal plan modification UR17 d. Fourteenth Street Urban Renewal Area - urban renewal plan modification CP01 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN FOR THE NATIONAL CAPITAL UR02 a. Modification No. 7 to Parks and Recreation Facilities Chapter (S.W. Urban Renewal Area) 0368 b. Modification No. 9 to Parks and Recreation Facilities Chapter (Transfer of jurisdiction, NPS to D.C.) Presentation and Action ...................................only at full Commission Meeting TRANS 1080 DULLES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT - ACCESS HIGHWAY RAMPS (FINAL SITE AND BUILDING PLANS) TRANS 0787 TRANSIT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM: BRANCH AVENUE ROUTE a. Archieves Station, 7th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W. (final design) b. Navy Yard Station, 5th and M Streets, S.E. (station platform location and access) TRANS 0592 TRANSIT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM: NEW CARROLLTON ROUTE - POTOMAC AVENUE STATION, 14th AND G STREETS, S.E. (FINAL DESIGN) TRANS 1089 TRANSIT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM: REGIONAL BUS TRANSIT PLAN AND PROGRAM FED NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HEALTH, BETHESDA, MARYLAND MP02 a. Revised Master Plan 1096 b. Reproductive and Perinatal Biology Facilities - Addition to Building No. 10 (final site and building plans) FED 1093 FREDERICK DOUGLASS HOME - NATIONAL MEMORIAL VISITOR CENTER AND PARKING AREA, 1411 W Street, S.E. (PRELIMINARY SITE AND BUILDING PLANS) FED ANDREWS AIR FORCE BASE, PRINCE GEORGES COUNTY, MARYLAND 1094 a. Aerospace Ground Equipment Shop (Preliminary site and building plans) 1100 b. Golf Clubhouse Facility (Preliminary site and building plans) Approved For Release 2001/09/04: CIA-RDP86-01019R000200170001-5 File Committee No. Item Approved For Release 2001/09/04: CIA-RDP86-01019R000200170001-5 FED 1095 1099 FED 1097 1098 FED MP84 DIST 1044 DIST 0218 TRANS 1054 1087 1088 1058 TRANS 0809 TRANS 1085 ZON 1090 ZON 1091 HOWARD UNIVERSITY, 6TH AND W STREETS, N.W. a. Dental School Addition (Preliminary site and building plans) b. Chemical Engineering Addition (Preliminary site and building plans) WALTER REED ARMY MEDICAL CENTER a. Main Section, District of Columbia - Vehicle and Equipment Maintenance Facility - Addition to Building No. 15 (Preliminary site and building plans) b. Forest Glen Annex - Service Facilities (Preliminary site and building plans) DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY, BUREAU OF PRINTING AND ENGRAVING, THE MALL AT 14TH STREET, S.W. - MASTER PLAN WASHINGTON TECHNICAL INSTITUTE, CONNECTICUT AVENUE AND VAN NESS STREET, N.W. - PHASE I DEVELOPMENT (FINAL SITE AND BUILDING PLANS) SHAW JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL REPLACEMENT, 10TH STREET AND RHODE ISLAND AVENUE, N.W. (FINAL SITE AND BUILDING PLANS) STREET AND ALLEY CLOSINGS a. Part of public alley in Square 70, 22nd Street and Ward Place, N.W. (S.O. 72-203 b. Parts of public alley in Square 250 and grant of easement, 13th and H Streets, N.W. (S.O. 72-101) c. Part of Hunt Place, N.E., between James Place and Hayes Street (S.O. 72-62) d. Part of Franklin Street, east of Fifth Street, N.W. and parts of public alleys in Square 510 and land set aside for public alley (S.O. 72-99) CHANGE IN PERMANENT SYSTEM OF HIGHWAYS PLAN (2ND SECTION) - REMOVAL OF PARTS OF BRYANT STREET, N.E., BETWEEN RHODE ISLAND AVENUE AND BRENTWOOD ROAD (S.C. 71-28) TRANSFER OF JURISDICTION - PART OF SQUARE 577, 3RD STREET AND INDEPENDENCE AVENUE, S.W. (GSA TO D.C. FOR HIGHWAY PURPOSES) (S.O. 68-242) GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY - FRATERNITY HOUSE, 621 - 22ND STREET, N.W. - APPLICATION FOR COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY USE IN A RESIDENCE DISTRICT UNDER PARAGRAPH 3101.46 OF ZONING REGULATION (BZA APPEAL NO. 11249) APPEAL NO. 11264) NATIONAL BROADCASTING COMPANY, 4001 NEBRASKA AVENUE, N.W. - APPLICATION TO INCREASE BROADCASTING TOWERHEIGHT 200 FEET UNDER SECTION 3101.47 OF ZONING REGULATION (BZA Approved For Release 2001/09/04: CIA-RDP86-01019R000200170001-5 _2. ADMINISTRATIVE - INTERNAL USE ONLY Approved For Release 2001/09/04 CIA-RDP86-01019R000200170001-5 RECD DD/S 72-4176 9 NOV 1972 3 E MEMORANDUM FOR THE RECORD SUBJECT: National Capital Planning Commission W H 1-U /ntoL) ('E FILE 1. When Mr. Charles Conrad, Executive Director, National Capital Planning Commission and his colleagues were here on 13 September to discuss the presentation of the Agency's preliminary master plan and the garage project Mr. Conrad offered to check with his General Counsel the necessity for us to comply with the literal terms of the OMB circular specifying submission to local planning authorities. On 7. November a further check was made with Mr. Conrad in light of our proposed appearance before the NCPC in December. Mr. Conrad stated that the Commission's Counsel stated that projects need not be submitted to regional and local planning authorities in instances where the agency concerned requests the Commission not to undertake such action. I asked Mr. Conrad whether this applied also to master plans since this actually constituted our problem - in fact that we were more concerned about the submission to local authorities of our preliminary master plan than submission of the specific garage proposal. Mr. Conrad responded that the Counsel ruling could be interpreted as applying also to our master plan. 2. 1 told Mr. Conrad that we planned to brief Nir. Rufus Phillips, the Fairfax County Supervisor with specific cognizance of the Drainsville area in which our Headquarters Building is located and that If Mr. Phillips so specified we would also brief the Fairfax County Planning Officer. Mr. Conrad remarked that he had found Mr. Phillips to be Interested and helpful in other dealings with him. 3. I concluded the conversation by restating our understanding that we would not be required to contact any of the local planning authorities such as the Council of Governments or the people in Richmond and that the 'Ccinfnitssion likewise would. not make any local referrals. /s/ Join W. Coffey John W. Coffey Approved For Release 2001/09/04: CI '6Rf M002001'Q001?5 r R for Support cc: D/Log ADMINISTRATIVE - INTERNAL USE ONLY Approved For Release 2001/09/04: CIA-RDP86-01019R000200170001-5 Transportation Would public transportation in any way be affected either increase or decrease to the facility once a Master Plan is fully implemented? Slight increase in public transportation utilization. Currently less than 2 1/2 percent use public transportation due to the fact that a good number of employees reside in the immediate area to Headquarters and due to the fact that public transportation service is minimal. Parking How do you plan to facilitate the most efficient use of your parking in the Master Plan scheme? By a combination of surface and structure parking and the encouragement of car pools. In what way would bus Agency transportation be affected on the George Washington Parkway? Agency bus transportation would be needed only- between the Pentagon and the Department of State. This could amount to approximately 1/4 our current bus traffic. What do you forsee in the way of improvements with regard to access to the Headquarters site? The State of Virginia plans an eventual widening of Route 193 to the Capital Beltway. With the widening of this road we forsee a distribution of Agency traffic as follows: egjal distribution between all three primary entrances. Is the possibility of staggered shifts being considered to lessen the burden with regard to access egress to the site? We presently work-three rush Approved For Release 2001/09/04: CIA-RDP86-01019R000200170001-5 hour shifts and this would be continued. Approved For Release 2001/09/04: CIA-RDP86-01019R000200170001-5 Internal Transportation Has the possibility of a shuttle bus been considered? A shuttle bus has been considered and its use would primarily be limited to the movement of visitors from the visitor reception center to buildings within the Headquarters Compound, However, if demand exists, this service could be expanded upon to service Agency employees especially during periods of inclimate weather where walking ht be a handicap. Tunnels are provided to facilitate covered movement between all buildings except to the visitor building. What are your immediate construction plans for the Headquarters Complex? The only projects within the foreseeable future would include the garage service area for the Headquarters Compound. What other buildings do you foresee in the immediate future? A small waste disposal facility located near the garage service area. This waste disposal facility is required to comply with all Federal and state regulations regarding environmental controls. Beyond these mentioned buildings, do you have any other plans? Not in the foreseeable future. Do you plan any beautification plans for the existing west lot area? Studies are currently under way to landscape our west lot area basically as shown in the proposed landscape plan. Community Tieins What services do you currently depend upon to be supplied by the local community? Water from the City of Falls Church (D. C.), sewerage disposal substation Approved For Release 2001/09/04: CIA-RDP86-01019R000200170001-5 on our property), telephone C&P, McLean fire department, Fairfax County landfill for waste disposal other than sewerage, miscellaneous services: local taxi service from the McLean area, mail pickup from the McLean post office, recreational facilities (baseball, basketball, football, etc.) Fairfax recreation department and Fairfax County school system, American Red Cross monthly blood- mobile at Headquarters. Architectural What are your basic concepts in your new Master Plan? The Master Plan provides a low profile multi building use of the properties outlined in the drawings before you. A multi building approach was chosen over a monolithic structure to reduce the visual impact on our existing site and to facilitate a proper phasing of future construction needs. How would you feel this concept affects the landscaping and topo- graphy of the existing site? This concept makes maximum use of .existing topography and landscaping and in very few cases requires a major modification. Use of existing tree lines and earth berms have been made to emphasize the low profile charactor of our basic concept. What type of architectural treatment might be given to any building that you might propose in this plan? As indicated by the Head- quarters garage, we plan to echo as much as possible in the way of similar materials that currently exist on the Headquarters Buildings. That is, future administrative buildings would be of the same materials. All materials compatible to existing buildings. 01980002001 0 youu see them in the WhatAppro ed or We a se 2(~011Y09/04ofCIA-RDP86-0l 3 Approved For Release 2001/09/04: CIA-RDP86-01019R000200170001-5 Master Plan for the greater part all buildings being administrative would have a total of 5 stories. As a general rule of thumb all of these buildings would have 3 stories above ground and 2 below. How do you plan to develop '.-your.plaza levels as-indicated on ?..your Master Plan? These plaza levels on their upper most surface would serve as primarily a pedestrian walk between buildings that they service. Below the upper most level, services such as handi- cap parking, general services/mechanical and special purposes speces. Loading areas (small volume) might be incorporated into these areas. How do you facilitiate pedestrian travel between these buildings? Tunnels would be provided between all buildings concerned (except for the visitor reception building) to handle pedestrian traffic. In addition, these tunnels might also provide utilities tunnels to enable ready access and service to the utilities when required. How would building access be handled by non-Agency individuals entering the site? All official visitors would have to pass through the visitor reception processing center located in the southern portion of the property. In most cases these individuals would be given badges and be required to take the shuttle bus to desig- nated pickup points. From these points, they would be required to be escorted to the point of destination. How do you plan cafeteria services to the new buildings? The new buildings would be serviced through satellite cafeterias where ever needed. These satellite cafeterias would be serviced directly from our main cafeteria which currently has capacity for the proposed increase. Approved For Release 2001/09/04 :4IA-RDP86-01019R000200170001-5 How do pyou plan Rto andQe/09/04 iE -VDgPfflR0R21J0,1Y5 of GSA shops? GSA shops would primarily be housed in new facilities to be located in the service area near the new Headquarters Garage. Small staging area facilities are to be located strategically in all buildings. Internal Vehicular How do you plan to handle circulation? Primary traffic-would be handled via an interal loop system All major entries to buildings are serviced from a primary traffic route. The use of traffic signals to control traffic flow is a possibility, however, the use of a controlled flow, i.e. " field left turn' at all intersections if workable would be preferred in lieu of traffic signals. STATINTL What are the number of personnel presently at Headquarters? There are less than at Headquarters. This includes GSA and GSI. What will be the projected number of employees when this plan is implemented? There will be less than and this includes the projected increase for the Fairbank Highway Research Station. STATINTL What is the number of parking spaces? About at present. What is the number of additional parking spaces when the plan STATINTL implemented? About What is the amount of acreage covering parking and roads? Total existing 39 acres. What is the acreage under the Master Plan covering parking and roads? 45 acres. Parking and roads take up less than 19% of the gross acreage. Approved For Release 2001/09/04: C A-RDP86-01019R000200170001-5 Approved For Release 2001/09/04: CIA-RDP86-01019R000200170001-5 Maryland percentage figures remained the same in 10 years. D.C. from to 10 percent. declined in 10 years 33 percent. 10 percent of personnel to be relocated now work in D C The other 90 percent in Arlington and Fairfax Counties. Of these, 69 percent reside in Virginia, 21 percent in Maryland and 10 percent in D .C. Environment In the case of the anticipated changes in your Master Plan, do you feel as though there will not be any significant environmental problems? Our power plant facility currently is well within Environmental Protection Agency standards for emissions. We now and with immediate future needs. anticipate compliance both Our current waste disposal processes do not contribute in any significant way to environmental pollution. Steps are being taken to further reduce any possible contamination of both air and water and it can be assumed that any future building programs would _comply with _ any environmental controls that would be in effect at rthe time of building construction. water Do you feel as though there is any significant problems with funoff from your property and its associated party-ing low There may be a relatively insignificant amount of petroleum residue in runoff waters from our parking lots,l The state of the art has not produced any methods of controlling the separation of this residue from our runoff waters. Again, however, it should be pointed out that at the time of any construction this problem would again be . looked into and if solutions do exist at that time these solutions would be implemented. Approved For Release 2001/09/04: Cl%-RDP86-01019R000200170001-5 Approved For Release 2001/09/04: CIA-RDP86-01019R000200170001-5 hat is your distribution of employees by residence? 68 percent at Headquarters reside in Virginia, 22 percent in Maryland, 10 percent in D.C. Approved For Release 2001/09/04: CIA-RDP86-01019R000200170001-5 6 Approved For Release 2001/09/04: CIA-RDP86-01019R000200170001-5 Do you have any plans for employees utilization of your undisturbed natural wooded areas? Studies have been made on various nature hiking, that bicycling, jogging trails,would be incorporated into the Headquarters area. Again these trails would make best use of existing landscaping and should provide a very beneficial outlet for employees recreation and exercise. Do you feel as though any problem-~;with general runoff/siltation problems with in your area? Natural vegetation/undergrowth is extremely well established in our area. It is anticipated that this same condition would exist with the full implementation of the Master Plan.During construction the will Agency be in full compliance with all Federal state and county regulations for soil and erosion control To what extent have you coordinated your Master Plan with other Federal agencies? The Deputy Director for Administration Federal Highway Administration hyr~~)~[ fX~~RF :p^~Q ;,;, re ;~"herA is:$ Tien oNg~__ .-aS7Z 1 rector of the I elcel yy olv lvlcv vvi National Capital Park Service.