Adaptive Reuse andHistoric Preservation City of Redmond May 17, 2012
“Sometimes the biggestchallenge in reusing a historicbuilding is not adapting itsirreplaceable features,but convincing tho...
Thank you for joining us,Tonight’s presenters are...
Redmond HistorianChair of Redmond’s Landmark CommissionSpecial Redmond Member ofKing County’s Regional Landmarks Commissio...
Principal at BDR ArchitectsVice Chair of King County’s Regional Landmarks CommissionChair of King County’s Design Review C...
Principal Architect at Piper Cole ArchitectsChair of Redmond’s Innovative Housing Review PanelMember of Redmond’s Landmark...
King County Historic Preservation OfficerJULIE KOLER
Senior Planner, Neighborhoods and Historic PreservationKIMBERLY DIETZ
Population• From 47 in 1880• To 54,144 in 2011• From a business district of appx. 5 blocks• To two urban centers today
Redmond In 203078,000 Downtownresidents119,000 jobs18 hour placeArt, history,gatewa...
DowntownParking2 hour, 9am-5pm, limited Disabled & motorcycles unlimited parkingFuture - some paid facilitiesfor more ...
Redmond’s16 Landmarks
How did it begin? A brief history of Redmond
Pioneering1871• Pioneering families • Perrigo • McRedmond1880• 47 people resided here• 6 families1883• Place known as ...
Business - IndustryLogging industryRailroad connection in1889Circa 1900 development • Hotel Redmond • Depot • M...
Redmond - IncorporationIncorporation – 1912 6 weeks after Earnest Adams birth November 24.• Water system• Taxation of a...
LEED and SustainableBenefits Of Preservation and Adaptive Reuse
Tour Discussion - Review• Compatibility • Uses appropriate to a building (Architect’s office at Judge White House) (St...
Tour Discussion - Review• False Historicism (Standard 3)• Replace in kind or repair vs new (Standard 6)• Removing an alter...
Tour Discussion - Review• Standards we didn’t talk about:• Primum non nocere is a Latin phrase that means "First, do no h...
Tour Discussion - Review• Code requirements for re-use • Change of Use triggers code upgrades • Flexibility in the Build...
Preservation & Sustainability
One Statement of Responsibility… King Sturge: Corporate Social ...
A Sustainable Community is… To be sustainable, a community must ...
Preservation - Integral to a Sustainable Community“Sustainability begins with preservation.” - Whole Building Design Guide
Preservation is Environmental Sustainability Preservation…. • Reduces solid ...
Preservation is Economic Sustainability Preservation… • Re...
Preservation is Social and Cultural Sustainability Preservation… ...
Preservation - Integral to a Sustainable Community“Sustainability begins with preservation.” - Whole Building Design Guide
What works well – Examplesfrom the Region
Richmond Laundry Building - Seattle, WACommercial Laundry Facility to Multi-Family Residential/Commercial Building
Elliot Bay Bookstore - Seattle, WACommercial Truck Service Center to Retail Store
Elliot Bay Bookstore - Seattle, WACommercial Truck Service Center to Retail Store
Olson Farm/Community Church - Maple Valley, WAFarm to Golf Course to Community Church
Melrose Market - Seattle, WAAuto Row Service Building to Commercial/Retail stores
Dairy Barn Conversion – Bainbridge Island, WABarn to Residential Use
Chicken House Conversions – near Pittsburg, PAChicken House to Residential Use
Wallingford Center - Seattle, WASchool to Multi-Family Residential/Commercial
Evolving Structures• Comparing construction techniques • The intended life of structures • What withstands time • A...
Blending Modern and Historic• Design elements that support blending• Design standards that support keeping historic (smal...
Different Uses and theirNeeds of Structure• How do businesses of today differ from that of yesteryear? • Restaurants – H...
Redmond• Considering Downtown’s vision, helping Old Town fit in• Suggestions for City and businesses to remain strong as...
Incentives• You own a landmark (or candidate), now what?
Certificate of Appropriateness
Local, Regional, State,National Programs
Activation and Partnerships Public and Private
Walk & Talk
Kimberly Dietz, Senior Planner, Historic Preservation425-556-2415 or kdietz@redmond.govFOR ADDITIONALINFORMATION
Preservation & Sustainability - City of Redmond
Preservation & Sustainability - City of Redmond
Preservation & Sustainability - City of Redmond
Preservation & Sustainability - City of Redmond
Preservation & Sustainability - City of Redmond
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Preservation & Sustainability - City of Redmond

Brian Rich gave this presentation to officials from the City of Redmond, Washington on the 14th of May 2012. The presentation discusses the connection between sustainable communities and historic preservation.
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Transcripts - Preservation & Sustainability - City of Redmond

  • 1. Adaptive Reuse andHistoric Preservation City of Redmond May 17, 2012
  • 2. “Sometimes the biggestchallenge in reusing a historicbuilding is not adapting itsirreplaceable features,but convincing those who willultimately use the building Wilton Candy Kitchen, Wilton, Iowathat youre not crazy.” – Building circa 1860John Greer, Jason ClementAdaptive reuse is the act of finding a new use for abuilding – a “process by which structurally soundolder buildings are developed for economically viablenew uses.” – Richard L. Austin
  • 3. Thank you for joining us,Tonight’s presenters are...
  • 4. Redmond HistorianChair of Redmond’s Landmark CommissionSpecial Redmond Member ofKing County’s Regional Landmarks CommissionTHOMAS HITZROTH
  • 5. Principal at BDR ArchitectsVice Chair of King County’s Regional Landmarks CommissionChair of King County’s Design Review CommitteeWA Heritage Barn Advisory CommitteeBRIAN D. RICHAIA, NCARB, LEED AP, CDT
  • 6. Principal Architect at Piper Cole ArchitectsChair of Redmond’s Innovative Housing Review PanelMember of Redmond’s Landmark CommissionPrincipal Architect at Meade Design Group, LLCChair of Redmond’s Design Review BoardDAVID SCOTT MEADEAIA, NCARB
  • 7. King County Historic Preservation OfficerJULIE KOLER
  • 8. Senior Planner, Neighborhoods and Historic PreservationKIMBERLY DIETZ
  • 9. Population• From 47 in 1880• To 54,144 in 2011• From a business district of appx. 5 blocks• To two urban centers today
  • 10. Redmond In 203078,000 Downtownresidents119,000 jobs18 hour placeArt, history,gateways,and gatheringMobilityNearly 3/4th of Redmond’s housing growth and 2/3rds ofcommercial development expected in Downtown and Overlake
  • 11. DowntownParking2 hour, 9am-5pm, limited Disabled & motorcycles unlimited parkingFuture - some paid facilitiesfor more than 2 daytimehoursAdditional information:Gloria Newby425-556-2442
  • 12. Redmond’s16 Landmarks
  • 13. How did it begin? A brief history of Redmond
  • 14. Pioneering1871• Pioneering families • Perrigo • McRedmond1880• 47 people resided here• 6 families1883• Place known as a settlement • Not yet village or a town
  • 15. Business - IndustryLogging industryRailroad connection in1889Circa 1900 development • Hotel Redmond • Depot • Meat Market • Sikes Valley Hotel • Walther Hotel
  • 16. Redmond - IncorporationIncorporation – 1912 6 weeks after Earnest Adams birth November 24.• Water system• Taxation of alcohol• Commercial expansion • Saloon – Bill Brown • Redmond State Bank • Redmond Trading Company • first brick building
  • 17. LEED and SustainableBenefits Of Preservation and Adaptive Reuse
  • 18. Tour Discussion - Review• Compatibility • Uses appropriate to a building (Architect’s office at Judge White House) (Standard 1) • Aesthetic (ramp at the Judge White House, Windows at Brown Building) (Standard 9) • Technical properties (mortar at brick infill, wood shakes) (Standard 5)
  • 19. Tour Discussion - Review• False Historicism (Standard 3)• Replace in kind or repair vs new (Standard 6)• Removing an alteration (Metal Siding at Walther Hotel) (Standard 10)• Period of Significance (Metal roof and sign alterations at Ashleigh’s Attic) (Standard 2 & 4)
  • 20. Tour Discussion - Review• Standards we didn’t talk about:• Primum non nocere is a Latin phrase that means "First, do no harm" Hippocratic Oath (Standard 7)• Archaeology – Document and respect the underground data (Standard 8)
  • 21. Tour Discussion - Review• Code requirements for re-use • Change of Use triggers code upgrades • Flexibility in the Building Code (Chapter 34, Section 3412 and IEBC, and Building Official)
  • 22. Preservation & Sustainability
  • 23. One Statement of Responsibility… King Sturge: Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Statement: “As a business we are clearly focused on achieving commercial success, but we realise that the way in which we run our business has an economic, social and environmental impact. We have a CSR framework to ensure that we maintain the focus on achieving commercial success by incorporating ethical values, respect for people, communities and the natural environment into our business activities, culture and strategy.”
  • 24. A Sustainable Community is… To be sustainable, a community must be: • Viable • Livable • Equitable
  • 25. Preservation - Integral to a Sustainable Community“Sustainability begins with preservation.” - Whole Building Design Guide
  • 26. Preservation is Environmental Sustainability Preservation…. • Reduces solid waste • Conserves natural resources • Improves air and water quality • Enhances & protects ecosystems & biodiversity“Any new building represents a new impact on the environment.” - Richard Moe, 2007
  • 27. Preservation is Economic Sustainability Preservation… • Reduces energy consumption by design • Enhances property values • Increases employment and keeps money local • Optimizes Life-cycle performance • Reduces need for additional infrastructure “Considering embodied energy, a new energy-efficient office building doesn’t start saving energy for about 40 years. And if it replaces an older building that was knocked down and hauled away, thebreakeven period stretches to some 65 years . – Mike Jackson, 2008
  • 28. Preservation is Social and Cultural Sustainability Preservation… • Enhances occupant comfort and health • Supports cultural and social sustainability • Supports economically viable communities “I recognize the right and duty of this generation to develop and use the natural resources of our land; but I do not recognize the right to waste them, or to rob, by wasteful use, the generations that comeafter us.” – Theodore Roosevelt, 1910
  • 29. Preservation - Integral to a Sustainable Community“Sustainability begins with preservation.” - Whole Building Design Guide
  • 30. What works well – Examplesfrom the Region
  • 31. Richmond Laundry Building - Seattle, WACommercial Laundry Facility to Multi-Family Residential/Commercial Building
  • 32. Elliot Bay Bookstore - Seattle, WACommercial Truck Service Center to Retail Store
  • 33. Elliot Bay Bookstore - Seattle, WACommercial Truck Service Center to Retail Store
  • 34. Olson Farm/Community Church - Maple Valley, WAFarm to Golf Course to Community Church
  • 35. Melrose Market - Seattle, WAAuto Row Service Building to Commercial/Retail stores
  • 36. Dairy Barn Conversion – Bainbridge Island, WABarn to Residential Use
  • 37. Chicken House Conversions – near Pittsburg, PAChicken House to Residential Use
  • 38. Wallingford Center - Seattle, WASchool to Multi-Family Residential/Commercial
  • 39. Evolving Structures• Comparing construction techniques • The intended life of structures • What withstands time • And what does not
  • 40. Blending Modern and Historic• Design elements that support blending• Design standards that support keeping historic (smaller scale) and accommodating modern (larger scale)
  • 41. Different Uses and theirNeeds of Structure• How do businesses of today differ from that of yesteryear? • Restaurants – HVAC, commercial kitchens • Ingress, egress • Offices – equipment, temperature and humidity controls, furniture • Manufacturing – fire and safety standards
  • 42. Redmond• Considering Downtown’s vision, helping Old Town fit in• Suggestions for City and businesses to remain strong as change occurs
  • 43. Incentives• You own a landmark (or candidate), now what?
  • 44. Certificate of Appropriateness
  • 45. Local, Regional, State,National Programs
  • 46. Activation and Partnerships Public and Private
  • 47. Walk & Talk
  • 48. Kimberly Dietz, Senior Planner, Historic Preservation425-556-2415 or kdietz@redmond.govFOR ADDITIONALINFORMATION

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