Final RFQ - City of Sunset Valley

Final RFQ - City of Sunset Valley

Statement of Qualifications CITY OF SUNSET VALLEY REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS ARCHITECTURAL AND SPACE PLANNING SERVICES AUGUST 1, 2014 Wiginton Hoo...

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Statement of Qualifications

CITY OF SUNSET VALLEY

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS ARCHITECTURAL AND SPACE PLANNING SERVICES

AUGUST 1, 2014

Wiginton Hooker Jeffry Architects

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Request for Qualifications Architectural and Space Planning City of Sunset Valley

11.1 TITLE PAGE

WIGINTON HOOKER JEFFRY ARCHITECTS 209 EAST RIVERSIDE DRIVE AUSTIN, TEXAS 78704 512.447.1418 DON GREER, AIA, LEED AP BD+C

AUGUST 1, 2014

Request for Qualifications Architectural and Space Planning City of Sunset Valley

11.2 - 11.5 LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL

City of Sunset Valley 3205 Jones Road Sunset Valley, Texas 78745

Wiginton Hooker Jeffry Architects (WHJ) is pleased to submit our qualifications for your consideration. We understand that the City of Sunset Valley is seeking architectural and planning services for permanent Police and Public Work facilities and Comprehensive Development Plan. WHJ is highly expereinced in planning facilities and sites with multiple service facilities and are committed to providing You with the best information to make the best decisions for Sunset Valley.

WHJ has designed over 50 Police Stations and Public Works facilities.

We are currently working with the City of Leander,

Sweetwater, Spring Valley, and Ada, Oklahoma on their Police projects. We just finalized a planning study for the City of Buda which included both Police and Public Works. Locally, our staff experience includes the City of Leander and Cedar Park Police Departments, and the City of Leander recently reselected WHJ to study the existing Police Station, review staffing and population growth, meet with the Police Department and provide design options to accommodate their growth for the next 5 years.

We

are very familiar with the building types, technologies used, and how City departments interact with one another. Due to our experience , we know the right questions to ask.

The team of consultants which we’ve pulled together have all worked together before and highly professional. Their services will be utilized as necessary during the project.

As the Project Architect and Project Manager for our team, I will represent our firm

during meetings and presentations. I will also field any questions you may have during the project. My contact information is located below.

We encourage you to contact our references. We believe you’ll find that WHJ hs been very respectful of the Clients time and budgets. Thank you for your consideration.

Sincerely,

Don Greer, AIA, LEED AP BD + C, Project Representative and Principal Wiginton, Hooker, Jeffry Architects 209 East Riverside Drive, Austin, Texas 78704 512.447.1418 [email protected]

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TITLE PAGE LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL

pg. 1

TABLE OF CONTENTS

11.7 Previous Performance /

pg. 2

Experience

11.8 Key Staff

pg. 4

11.9 Representative Services

pg. 10

11.10 Proof of Licensure

pg. 14

11.11 Available Resources /

pg. 15

Consultant Location

11.12 - 11.13 Approach / Timeline

pg. 16

11.14 Work Samples

pg. 17

11. 6 TABLE OF CONTENTS

Request for Qualifications Architectural and Space Planning City of Sunset Valley

11.7 PREVIOUS PERFORMANCE/ EXPERIENCE

PREVIOUS PERFORMANCE / EXPERIENCE As to whether Wiginton Hooker Jeffry Architects performs services successfully, we believe our work speaks to that issue.

■ 23 design awards in Fire, Recreation, Police, Sheriff ’s Department, Courts, and School building types



■ Designed over 100 Municipal and County facilities; below are just a few of the 50 plus law enforcement



facilities we’ve designed



■ Easily 75% or more of our projects require population and staff projections, programming, site analysis,



and planning prior to design

LAW ENFORCEMENT FACILITIES





Police Station - Sweetwater, TX





Police Station (Study and Site Seklection) - San Angelo,TX



Police Station - Waxahachie, TX*



Police, Fire Station, Municipal Court, EOC, and Training



Police Station (Programming and Space Planning) -

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(Programming and Design) - Ada, OK Police and Fire Administration Headquarters - San Antonio, TX Police Substation and Municipal Courts (Programming and Schematic) - Austin, TX



Police Headquarters and Municipal Courts Study - San Benito, TX*

Mesquite, TX* Police Headquarters and Central Fire Station (Programming and Design) - Mexia, TX



Police and Fire Communications Center - Garland, TX



Police Station Remodel and Addition - Lewisville, TX Public Safety Building (Police and Fire Station) and



Police, Municipal Courts, and Jail - The Colony, TX*





Police, Fire Station, and Municipal Courts - Artesia, NM*





Police, EOC, and Municipal Court - Boerne, TX*



Public Safety Building - Sherman, TX



Police, EOC, Municipal Court, City Hall - Cedar Hill, TX



Police Substation No. 1 / Fire Station No. 11 - Irving, TX



Police Station - Leander, TX



Police Identification Laboratory - Dallas, TX



Police, Municipal Court, Town Hall - Hickory Creek, TX



Private Jail Study - Dallas, TX*



Police, EOC, and Municipal Court - Cedar Park, TX



Police, Municipal Courts, and Jail Study and Design -



Police Headquarters and City Jail - Laredo, TX*





Police Station Renovation and Expansion and Municipal



Court - Flower Mound, TX*

Municipal Jail - Highland Park, TX

Irving, TX*

SERVICE CENTERS



Police, Municipal Courts and Jail - Baytown, TX*



Valley View Municipal Complex - Irving, TX



Police Headquarters Study and Design - Dallas, TX*



South Service Center - Carrollton, TX



Police Headquarters and Municipal Courts Study - San



Service Center Study - Grand Prairie, TX



Service Center - Lancaster, TX



Irving Police Auto Impound - Irving, TX



Benito, TX



Police Station - Selma, Texas



Municipal Courts and Fire Administration - Seguin, TX



Municipal Courts - Harker Heights, TX

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REPEAT CLIENTS LIST WHJ has been very fortunate to work repeatedly with some great Clients. Below is a partial list. City of Leander Police Station Study Police Station Addition and Renovation City Hall Renovation Police Firing Range City of Boerne Police, Fire and Courts Needs Assessment City Hall Needs Assessment Police Station, EOC and Municipal Court Fire Station Addition and Renovation

City of Cedar Park Police Station and Municipal Court New Recreational Facility Conceptual Design for Bond Comal County - New Braunfels, TX Sheriff’s Office and Jail Needs Assessment and Master Plan Courthouse Needs Assessment and Master Plan Landa Building Design Study

City of Lancaster Public Library Renovation and Addition Bell County - Belton, TX Fire Station, Jail, Courts and City Hall Renovation Sheriff’s Office, Courts and Jail Needs Assessment Service Center and Master Plan Fire Station District Courts Building New Jail City of the Colony County Courts Building Police and Municipal Courts Needs Assessment and Logistics Building Master Plan Sheriff’s Office Renovation Fire Station Existing Jail Renovation Austin Ranch Fire Station Design Study Police Station / Jail Addition and Renovation Travis County - Austin, TX City Hall Annex Design Study Central Dispatch Center Study Del Valle Jail Mental Health Facility City of Garland Del Valle Jail Maximum Security Housing Addition Audubon Park Recreation Center Comprehensive County Needs Assessment and Audubon Park Ball Park Facilities Master Plan Carver Head Start Center Garland Power and Light City of Plano Police and Fire Communication Center Fire Station #3 Addition and Renovations Harris Hollabaugh Recreation Center Fire Station #4 Addition and Renovations Fire Station #5 Plano Animal Shelter Fire Station #11 City of Mesquite Fire Station #12, Logistics Building, Emergency Police, Courts and City Hall Needs Assessment and Operations Center Master Plan Fire Station #13 City Park Support Facilities Fire Station #2, #6 and Police Substation Additions Senior Center and Renovations Rutherford Park Recreation Center City of Haltom City City of Killeen Central Fire Station Fire Station #2 Fire Station #2 Fire Station #8 City of Flower Mound City of Seguin Public Safety Needs Assessment and Master Plan Municipal Courts and Fire Administration Central Fire Station Fire Station #2 Police Station and Municipal Court Renovation and Fire Station #3 Addition Fire Station #9 (Selected but not started) Town Hall Renovation Study Fire Station #3 City of Sherman Fire Station #4 Fire Station #2 Fire Station #5 Fire Station #4, Logistics Building and Training Building Design Study and Master Plan 3.

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11.8 KEY STAFF

KEY PROJECT STAFF Wiginton Hooker Jeffry has assembled a very talented team with the specific expertise in each discipline to successfully assess, program, and plan your facilities. WHJ believes Principal and Senior staff involvement is essential for success, so experienced senior staff always lead our projects.. All team members will be used, as necessary. Reference the resumes after this page to learn more about the employee’s title in the company, experience, length of experience, icenses and/or certifications, and education.

■ Principal-In-Charge / Project Manager / Programmer / Designer - Don Greer, AIA, LEED AP BD+C Don will work with Jim to program and plan the facilities, and provide managerial oversight of WHJ staff and sub-consultants. He will be the point of contact for the City of Sunset Valley.

■ Programmer / QA QC - Jim Wiginton, AIA Jim will work with Don to program and plan the facilities, and provide Quality Assurance / Qualiity Control by reviewing documents produced.

■ Code Compliance - Mike Boyle, AIA, CBPE Mike is certified by the International Code Council as a Certified Building Plans Examiner (CBPE) and will ensure any documents produced comply with the local building ordinances and Building Code.

■ Communications and Technology Specialist - Charlie Kearns, RCDD Charlie is a Registered Communication Distribution Designer (RCDD) and will meet with the City’s IT representative and ensureappropriate space is provided for current and future IT equipment.

■ Registered Accessibility Specialist - Flint Britton, RAS 1032 Flint is a Registered Accessibility Specialist (RAS) under the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. He will review documents for compliance to the 2012 Texas Accessibility Standards.

WHJ PROJECT TEAM - SUB-CONSULTANTS Our team of sub-consultants consist of companies with whom we have worked with before, and appreciate their knowledge and skill in their particular field of expertise.

HENDRIX CONSULTING ENGINEERS (HCE) - Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing JASTER QUINTANILLA (JQ) - Structural Engineering HALFF ASSOCIATES (CEC) - Civil Engineering / Landscape Architecture

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11.8 KEY STAFF WHJ ARCHITECTS

DONALD I. GREER, AIA, LEED AP BD+C Vice President PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY Don Greer has expertise in the design and project management of municipal buildings, police stations, courthouses, corporate headquarters, K-12 and higher education, recreation centers and retail facilities. Mr. Greer’s involvement throughout the entire design process, from initial program development and site analysis, through design and material selection, offer single point of contact EDUCATION

and project control to his Clients. Below is a partial list of Mr. Greer’s personal project experience.

University of Oregon Master of Architecture 1982

Texas A&M University Bachelor of Environmental Design with Honors 1979

REGISTRATION Architect Texas No. 10523

Interior Designer Texas No. 8055

LEED© Accredited Professional (LEED AP BD+C) NCARB Certfication No. 78252 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE 31 Years

AFFILIATIONS American Institute of Architects Texas Society of Architects

PROJECT EXPERIENCE ƒƒ

Buda Space Needs Assessment and Master Plan - Buda, TX

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Spring Valley City Hall and Police Department Space Needs Assessment - Spring Valley, TX

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Ada Police and Fire Complex - Ada, OK

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Leander Police Study - Leander, TX

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Selma Police Department – Selma, TX

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San Angelo Police Headquarters Study / Site Analysis - San Angelo, TX

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Leander Police Headquarters / City Hall Additions / Renov. – Leander, TX

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City of San Antonio Police / Fire Headquarters - San Antonio, TX

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Austin Municipal Court and Police Substation - Austin, TX

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Boerne Police and Municipal Court – Boerne , TX

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Cedar Park Police and Municipal Courts Facility – Cedar Park, TX

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Bexar County 225th District Courtroom Renovation – San Antonio, TX

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Bell County Sheriff District Courts Addition/Renovations– Belton, TX

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Bell County Justice Complex, District Courts – Belton, TX

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Williamson County Justice Center Addition and Renov. – Georgetown, TX

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Biddeford District Courthouse – Biddeford, ME

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Skowhegan District Courthouse – Skowhegan, ME

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Giddings Central Fire Station - Giddings, TX

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Round Rock Westside Recreation Center – Round Rock, TX

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Lake Travis ISD (High School and Middle School Additions and Renovations) including Sports Field House, Stadium, Multi-Purpose Room and Weight Facility – Lakeway, TX

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11.8 KEY STAFF WHJ ARCHITECTS

JAMES O. WIGINTON, AIA President PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY Jim Wiginton has been extensively involved in the planning and design of Municipal and County facilities for over 40 years. He has worked closely with the Client and User staff to establish building plans that result in cost-effective solutions to the present and future operation need. His designs are noted for their high level of efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and creative solutions to functional EDUCATION

requirements and design issues. Mr. Wiginton is very familiar with the police / sheriff’s department

The University of Texas

building type due to his extensive experience with both. Below is a partial list of Mr. Wiginton’s

Bachelor of Architecture

personal project experience.

1972

REGISTRATION Architect - Texas No. 5958

Interior Designer - Texas No. 2863

YEARS OF EXPERIENCE 41 Years

AFFILIATIONS American Institute of Architects (AIA)

Texas Society of Architects (TSA)

AIA Dallas

Texas Police Chiefs Association

American Corrections Association

Texas Jail Association

PROJECT EXPERIENCE ƒƒ

Cedar Hill Government Center (City Hall, Muni. Court, Police, ISD Admin.) – Cedar Hill, TX

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Town Hall, Municipal Court / Council Chambers, Police Headquarters – Hickory Creek, TX

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City Hall / Fire Station / Police / Courts Programming and Space Planning – Mesquite, TX

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Municipal Courts, Police, and Jail – Flower Mound, TX

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Municipal Courts, Police, and Jail – Waxahachie, TX

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Municipal Courts, Police, and Jail Study and Design – Irving, TX

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Municipal Courts and Police Study and Design – The Colony, TX

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Municipal Courts and Police Headquarters Study – San Benito, TX

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Municipal Courts and Jail – Baytown, TX

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Municipal Courts and EOC – Missouri City, TX

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Police Station – Leander, TX

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Police Remodel and Addition – Lewisville, TX

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Police Headquarters and Jail – Laredo, TX

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Police Headquarters Study and Design – Dallas, TX

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Police Identification Laboratory – Dallas, TX

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Public Safety Facility – Boerne, TX

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Department of Public Safety Building and City Jail – Highland Park, TX

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Texas Department of Public Safety Building – Sherman, TX

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Public Safety Building (Central Fire / Police Headquarters / Municipal Courts) Needs Analysis, Programming, Schematic Design – Flower Mound, TX

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Police and Fire 911 Communications Center – Garland, TX 6.

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11.8 KEY STAFF WHJ ARCHITECTS

MIKE BOYLE, AIA, CBPE - Senior Associate Project Title:

Code Compliance, Production

Area of Expertise:

Document production, project management, certified by the International Code Council as a Certified



Building Plans Examiner. remediation in Nationally Registered Historic buildings.

Responsibility:

Resource or Building and Life Safety Code review, as needed.



Education:

University of Texas at Austin, Bachelor of Architecture, 1998



Registration: Architect, Texas No. 18083



Experience: 16 years

Professional Work: • Austin Municipal Courts and Police Substation (Building Retrofit) - Austin, TX • Leander Police Headquarters and City Hall (Remodel/ Addition) – Leander, TX • Bell County Sheriffs Office Building (Remodel/ Addition) – Belton, TX • Bell County Justice Complex, District Courts – Belton, TX • Veterans Affairs Blind Rehabilitation Center (Historic Renov./ Addition) - Waco, TX • Veterans Affairs Community Living Center (Historic Renov./ Addition) - Waco, TX • Veterans Affairs Utility and Infrastructure Expansion - Waco, TX

CHARLIE KEARNS, RCDD - Principal and Owner Project Title:

Communications and Technology Specialist

Area of Expertise:

Project management of large projects, County assessments and Master plans, ommunications and



technology, EOC design.

Responsibility:

Meet with the IT department, Emergency Operations, dispatch, and assess current and future needs,



recommend design options.



Education:

University of North Texas, Bachelor of Science in Engineering,1991



Registration: Registered Communication Distribution Designer (RCDD)



Experience:

21 years

Professional Work: • Collin County, 25 Year Master Plan – Collin County, TX • Ellis County, 20 Year Master Plan – Waxahachie, TX • Parker County 20 Year Master Plan – Weatherford, TX • Johnson County Emergency Operations/Dispatch Center – Cleburne, TX • Plano Emergency Operations Center – Plano, TX • City of McKinney Public Safety Building – McKinney, TX 7.

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11.8 KEY STAFF WHJ ARCHITECTS

FLINT BRITTON, RAS 1032 - Associate Project Title:

Accessibility Specialist

Area of Expertise:

2012 Texas Accessibility Standards, the Texas Jail Standards, detention and law enforcement design.

Responsibility:

Accessibility assessment



Education:

University of Texas, Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies, 1993



Registration: Registered Accessibility Specialist, No. 1032



Experience:

20 years

Professional Work: • Police Facility Study - Leander, TX • Police Headquarters / Emergency Operations Center - Leander, TX • El Paso County Detention Facility Accessibility Review - El Paso, TX • Police and Courts Facility - Cedar Park, TX • Police, Municipal Court/Council Chamber Complex - Boerne, TX • Police Headquarters – Selma, TX • City Hall - Leander, TX • Bell County Justice Complex (Jail and Courts) - Belton, TX

WHJ PROJECT TEAM - SUB - CONSULTANTS HENDRIX CONSULTING ENGINEERS (HCE) - MEP Engineers 1115 East Main Street, Round Rock, TX 78664

P 512-218-0060

FAX: 512-218-0077

Name / Title:

B. J. (BUCK) HENDRIX, P.E., CBCP, CEA, LEED AP - Principal, Owner

Area of Expertise:

Mechanical, electrical and plumbing design and engineering services

Responsibility:

Assess existing facilities for MEP issues as necessary.



Education:

University of Texas at Austin, B.S. - Architectural Engineering, 1974; M.S. - Engineering, 1976



Registration: Licensed Professional Engineer, Texas No. 47325



Experience:

39 years

Professional Work: Kyle City Hall

Round Rock Parks and Recreation Department Facilities

Round Rock Police Station

North Austin Police Substation

Pflugerville ISD Service Center

Pflugerville ISD Transportation Building

Round Rock ISD Central Facility Addition

Woodway Police Station Remodel/EOC Relocation

Austin Independent School District Service Center

Manor ISD Transportation Facility

Hutto ISD Administration Facility

Hutto ISD Transportation and Maintenance Facility 8,

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11.8 KEY STAFF SUB-CONSULTANTS

WHJ PROJECT TEAM - SUBCONSULTANTS (CONT.) HALFF ASSOCIATES, INC. - Civil Engineering / Landscape Architecture 4030 West Braker Lane, Suite 450, Austin, TX 78759

P. 512-777-4600

FAX 512-252-8141

Name / Title:

JOHN J.TEAGUE, PE - Civil Lead

Area of Expertise:

Design for paving, grading, drainage, sanitary sewer, water, communications

Responsibility:

Provide civil engineering services as necessary.



Education:

Texas Tech University, Bachelor of Science/Civil Engineering



Registration: Licensed Professional Engineer State of Texas – No. 92770



Experience:

14 years

Professional Work: • Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired Campus Master Plan, Austin, Texas – Civil Project Manager • The Bend at Onion Creek, Buda, Texas – Project Manager and Land Development Consultant • Whitestone Medical Plaza, Cedar Park, Texas – Project Manager and Land Development Consultant •

Hunt Valley Development, Sharyland Plantation – Project Manager and Land Development Consultant



Del Norte Heights Comprehensive Master Plan, Hobbs, New Mexico – Civil Project Manager

JASTER QUINTANILLA - Structural Engineering 1608 West 6th Street, Austin, TX 78703

P. 512-4749094

FAX: 512-474-9179

Name / Title:

GARY JASTER, PE - Principal in Charge

Area of Expertise:

Structural systems review and design; compliance with the International Building Code



and entity standards; building and structural displacement modeling and evaluation.

Responsibility:

Provide structural engineering services, as necessary.



Education:

University of Texas - Austin, B.S. - Architectural Engineering, 1974



Registration: Licensed Professional Engineer, Texas No. 45301



Experience:

39 years

Professional Work: •

Leander Police Headquarters Addition / Renov. – Leander, TX





Austin Convention Center Feasibility Study / Addition - Austin, TX •

UT Brackenridge Dorm Feasibility Study - Austin, TX Emergency Vehicles Operation Study - Florence, TX

• TSU Strahan Coliseum Expansion Feasibility Study - San Marcos, TX •

City of Austin Feasibility Study, Renovations, and Expansions to Fire Stations - Austin, TX

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11.9 REPRESENTATIVE SERVICES

CITY OF ADA POLICE, FIRE STATION, MUNICIPAL COURT, EOC, and TRAINING NEEDS ASSESSMENT, SPACE PROGRAM, SITE SELECTION and MASTER PLAN

Date: TBD



Client: Cody Holcomb, City Manager



Size:

28,584 SF (Police) 580-436-8002

231 South Townsend Street, Ada, OK 74820

Cost:

$10,400,000

[email protected]



This project represents the first step towards a new Police station, 911 center, municipal court, central fire station and training facility for the city of ADA, Oklahoma. The initial phase involved a needs assessment and program, fire response time study for the city, estimates on probable cost and a comprehensive site evaluation for multiple sites. Three sites were identified by the city and the team evaluated them with regard to a variety of criteria including public safety appropriateness, future development, access/egress, expandability and cost. Each site was further studied by a conceptual design that illustrated an ideal arrangement of the program functions for the available area. On the larger site, the design team developed a variety of options for either a single, combined facility or separate police and fire buildings that allows the city options in development and use. The next stage of the project involves the design of the facility on the selected site. SERVICES / METHODOLGY: Don Greer - Assessments of existing buildings, site analysis, staffing requirements and projections, meeting with Department heads, space analysis, programming, Master Plan, presentations to the City Council and Police Department. Jim Wiginton - Staffing requirements and projections, meeting with Department heads, space analysis, programming.

CITY OF SWEETWATER POLICE NEEDS ASSESSMENT, SPACE PROGRAM, and STATION

Date: 2015



Client: Brian Frieda, Chief of Police



Size:

14,200 SF 325-236-6687

201 East 4th Street, Sweetwater,TX 79556

Cost:

$3,834,000

[email protected]



The single story police facility is designed with the community in mind. The training room can be accessed after hours by local clubs and other groups. The layout allows them access to bathrooms, break area and kitchenette from training. The communications room is located to welcome and oversee the lobby. Spaces provided include communications, administrative, patrol and CID office space, multipurpose and training room, report room, patrol issue, armory, interview rooms for adult and juvenile, briefing, evidence storage and processing, fitness, locker rooms, staff toilets, break room and kitchenette. The locker area is designed to allow both male and female officer use at the same time. Multiple staff entrances are provided at the rear of the facility. SERVICES / METHODOLGY: Jim Wiginton - Site analysis, staffing requirements and projections, meeting with Department heads, space analysis, programming, Master Plan, presentations to the City Council and Police Department. Don Greer - Conceptual designs.

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11.9 REPRESENTATIVE SERVICES

CITY OF BUDA CITYWIDE SPACE NEEDS ASSESSMENT and MASTER PLAN

Date: January - May 2014



Cost:

Size:

City Hall / Library: 53,000 SF; Police: 16,000 SF

Projected City Hall / Library: $15,700,000; Police: $4,800,000

Client: Brian LaBorde, Asst. City Manager





121 Main Street, Buda,TX 78610

512-312-0084

[email protected]



The Space Needs Assessment and Facilities Master Plan is an essential part of the City’s effort to keep pace with growth and maintain a high level of service delivery. It is intended to establish a process for coordinated development and use of city facilities. The Space Needs Assessment and Facilities Master Plan provides a guide for both short-term and long-term need to establish budgets, capital improvements and building sizes and locations. WHJ and their consultants team worked closely with city staff to determine future staffing and space needs for each department within the City. All buildings currently owned by Buda were evaluated for their ability to serve the City, presently and in the future. The consulting team developed a master plan to address the projected growth in Buda. A search for appropriate sites was conducted with several sites identified and ranked based upon the established site selection criteria. SERVICES / METHODOLGY: Don Greer - Principal-In-Charge, assessments of existing buildings, site analysis, staffing requirements and projections, meeting with Department heads, space analysis, programming, Master Plan, presentations to the City Council and Police Department. Jim Wiginton - assessments of existing buildings, site analysis, staffing requirements and projections, meeting with Department heads, space analysis, programming, Master Plan, presentations to the City Council and Police Department.

CITY OF LEANDER POLICE NEEDS ASSESSMENT, SPACE PROGRAM, ADDITION and RENOVATION

Date: April 2008



Client: Greg Minton, Chief of Police



Size:

23,000 SF

Cost:

512-528-2802

[email protected]

705 Leander Drive, Leander,TX 78641

$2,714,000



Project included a Needs Assessment, Programming, and Design for a new Police Station. The City of Leander is a rapidly growing community located just northwest of the Austin city limits. Wiginton Hooker Jeffry Architects worked closely with City staff to determine the present and future space needs of the Police Department. These needs were translated into a design to retro-fit an abandoned two-story metal office building purchased by the City for the police function. Patrol, C.I.D., fitness, and records are located on the first floor along with a new public entry. Administration and future expansion are located on the second floor. SERVICES / METHODOLGY: Don Greer - Principal-In-Charge, assessments of existing buildings, site analysis, staffing requirements and projections, meeting with Department heads, space analysis, programming, Master Plan, presentations to the City Council and Police Department, and design and construction of the new facility. Jim Wiginton - Staffing requirements and projections, meeting with Department heads, space analysis, programming, presentations to City Council and Police department, QA QC (review of construction documents at each drawing phase.) Mike Boyle - Measuring existing facility, code compliance. Flint Britton - Measuring / assessing existing facility, meeting with Department heads, review population projections, contact similar sized Police Departments, programming, and all phases of design and construction of the facility. 11,

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CITY OF SELMA POLICE NEEDS ASSESSMENT, SPACE PROGRAM, and STATION

Date: January 2010

Size:

14,500 SF

Cost:



Client: Syd Hall, Chief of Police



210-651-5368

[email protected]



9375 Corporate Drive, Selma,TX 78154

$4,104,000



Selma Police Station is a 14,500 SF two story building that is designed to blend with the existing City Hall and Fire Station in a campus setting. The available land area was limited so the design required a two story layout with the Administration and Criminal Investigation Departments on the upper floor and clerical, patrol, records, evidence and a 4 cell holding area with sally port on the lower floor. The facility also contains a large training room and a fitness room with shared access for other City staff. The site was designed to limit public access to the front area while accommodating a sheltered outdoor area for the staff and officers in the back as well as covered patrol car parking. SERVICES / METHODOLGY: Don Greer - Principal-In-Charge, site analysis, staffing requirements and projections, meeting with Department heads, space analysis, programming, Master Plan, presentations to the City Council and Police Department, and design and construction of the new facility. Mike Boyle - Code review and compliance. Flint Britton - design of holding cells.

CITY OF BOERNE POLICE, EOC, CITY COUNCIL CHAMBER and MUNICIPAL COURT NEEDS ASSESSMENT, SPACE PROGRAM, and BUILDING

Date: September 2010



Client: Jim Kohler, Chief of Police



Size:

28,000 SF

Cost:

$6,467,000

830-249-8645

[email protected]

124 Old San Antonio Road, Boerne,TX 78006

Project includes a Needs Assessment, Programming, and Design for a new Police Station, Municipal Court and Council Chamber building. At the time of the analysis, the City of Boerne was a growing community with a service population of approximately 25,000. This facility houses the entire police operations, which includes the Emergency 911 Public Safety Answering Point for all of Kendall County, holding and interrogation rooms, training areas and classrooms, an emergency operation center for disaster control, locker rooms, administrative office space, sally port, vehicle storage areas and secure on site parking. The Municipal Court/Council Chamber contains space for an audience of approximately 75. The building includes space for a secure combined conference and Jury deliberation room, as well as a lobby and administrative office space for the Court Clerk and Judge.

SERVICES / METHODOLGY: Don Greer - Principal-In-Charge, site analysis, staffing requirements and projections, meeting with Department heads, space analysis, programming, Master Plan, presentations to the City Council and Police Department, and design and construction of the new facility. Jim Wiginton - Staffing requirements and projections, meeting with Department heads, space analysis, programming, QA QC. Mike Boyle - Code review and compliance. Flint Britton - Meeting with Department heads, review population projections, contact similar sized Police Departments, programming, and all phases of design and construction of the facility. 12,

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HICKORY CREEK TOWN HALL, POLICE, and MUNICIPAL COURT FACILITY NEEDS ASSESSMENT, SPACE PROGRAM, MASTER PLAN and BUILDING

Date: February 2006

Size:



Client: Jeff Price, Mayor

940-497-2528



10,800 SF

Cost:

$1,965,000



Hickory Creek,TX

Project includes comprehensive Needs Assessment, Programming, Master Planning and Design of this 10,800 square foot facility. Master Planning included the Town Hall and the allocation of the Town’s future facilities for a Recreation Center, Department of Public Safety and the Department of Public Works. Also included, was the allocation of a retention pond and the continuation of the Ronald Reagan Drive through the Town’s 7.98 acre site. The design of the Town Hall included three offices and was programmed and configured to include a courtroom with supporting offices and the Police Department, thus allowing three departments to work efficiently under one roof. Major challenges encountered and successfully addressed during the process included a site with considerable hill and slopes which challenged site development and project cost. The completed project provided an aesthetically pleasant design which represents a small town in growth, but in harmony with a rural community. SERVICES / METHODOLGY: Jim Wiginton - Principal-In-Charge, site analysis and design, staffing requirements and projections, meeting with Department heads, space analysis, programming, Master Plan, and presentations to the City Council.

VALLEY VIEW MUNICIPAL COMPLEX MASTER PLAN and BUILDING

Date: 2004 - 2006



Client: Todd Reck, Public Works Director



Size:

121,000 SF

Cost:

$17,000,000

972-721-2281

[email protected]

333 Valley View Lane, Irving,TX 75061

WHJ was retained to create a Master Plan for the 30-acre site owned by the City of Irving Water Utilities and Streets Departments. Through several workshops we were able to determine the issues and Program requirements that would influence the Master Plan for the site and the facilities on the site. WHJ designed six buildings which met the Master Plan and Program requirements. Construction cost for this project was approximately $20 million. 1. Water and Street Departments Administration Building (49,200 sf) Includes Classrooms and Training Areas 2. Material Storage (30,000 sf) 3. Maintenance and Shop Building that includes Water Quality Testing Labs (22,600 sf) 4. Warehouse Building (25,000 sf) 5. Police Auto Impound that includes Secure Storage, Work Bays, Public Reception and Administration Offices (5,000 sf) 6. Vehicle Wash Facility

SERVICES / METHODOLGY: Jim Wiginton - Principal-In-Charge, site analysis and design, staffing requirements and projections, meeting with Department heads, space analysis, programming, Master Plan, and presentations to the City Council.

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11. 10 PROOF OF LICENSURE

PROOF OF PROPER ARCHITECTURAL LICENSING AND REGISTRATION A page from the Texas Board of Architectural Examiners has been recreated indicating WHJ team architects retain active licenses to practice architecture and interior design in the State of Texas. The page titled “Find a Design Professional” can be found at http://www.tbae.state.tx.us/PublicInformation/SearchIndividual. NAME

PROFESSION

FIRM NAME

ADDRESS

STATUS

EXP.

CERT.

DATE

DATE

Active

8/31/2014

02/03/1976

Wiginton, James O.

Architect #5958

WHJ Architects PC

500 North central Expressway,



#300, Plano, TX 75074

Greer, Donald I.

Architect #10523

209 East Riverside Drive,

Active

7/31/2015

09/24/1984



Int. Design #8055

Austin, TX 78704

Active

7/31/2015

10/05/1994

Boyle, Michael T.

Architect #18083

1805 Burbank Street,

Active

4/30/2015

03/05/2003

WHJ Architects PC

WHJ Architects PC





Austin, TX 78757



B. J. (BUCK) HENDRIX, P.E., CBCP, CEA, LEED AP - Licensed Professional Engineer, Texas No. 47325 JOHN J.TEAGUE, PE - Licensed Professional Engineer, Texas No. 92770 GARY JASTER, PE - Licensed Professional Engineer, Texas No. 45301

NONDISCRIMINATION CLAUSE WHJ will not and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, religion, sex, color or national origin and that said firm, WHJ, will make efforts to ensure that employment is offered to applicants without regard to their race, religion, sex, color, or national origin.

COMPLIANCE WITH APPLICABLE RULES WHJ is compliant with all applicable rules and regulations of Federal, sSate, and Local governing entities.

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11.11 AVAILABLE RESOURCES CONSULTANT LOCATION

WIGINTON HOOKER JEFFRY ARCHITECTS BUSINESS HISTORY Wiginton Hooker Jeffry Architects is a full-service architectural firm with 20 full time employees which Jim Wiginton originally established in 1978. Over the last 36 years, the vast majority of our work consists of publicly funded City and County clients in Texas - with over 40% being repeat clients. The firm performs needs assessment and master planning studies on a regular basis and the vast majority of our projects require them. WHJ staff members work out of offices located in Austin and Plano. If selected, your project will be produced out of the Austin office. No filings or actions have every been taken against WHJ by any Municipal or County organization or entity.

RESOURCES ■

Staff: By far, WHJ’s greatest resource lies in the able, experienced, and talented staff which work for the firm. Many

of our staff are cross trained in multiple disciplines, such as, L.E.E.D. or sustainable design, the International Building Codes, the Texas Accessibility Standards, and technology. Providing the expertise in-house allows WHJ to have greater control in meeting schedules and ensuring the information provided is prtinent to the project.



Duplication of Effort: Don Greer, Jim Wiginton, and Flint Britton have experience meeting with Clients,

programming and planning facilities. The overlap of expertise ensures that there is always an experienced staff member working on Your project regardless of what may occur in the office; ie. illness, emergency meetings, etc.



Building Information Modeling: WHJ utilizes Autodesk Revit®, a Building Information Modeling (BIM) software,

which allows the user to design in three dimensions. As such, the software is used to create 3-D views of interior spaces and exterior images of the design from any vantage point, thus allowing us to find design surprises prior to construction.

Schematic Rendering



Final Rendering

Photo of Completed Space

Sub-Consultants: All of our consultants are located close to Sunset Valley in Austin and Round Rock.

Hendrix Consulting Engineers (HCE) - 1115 East Main Street, Round Rock,TX 78664 Jaster Quintanilla (JQ) - 1608 West 6th Street, Austin,TX 78703 Halff Associates - 4030 West Braker Lane, Suite 450 , Austin, TX 78759 15,

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11.12 / 11.13 APPROACH TIMELINE

WORK PLAN AND SCHEDULE: WHJ expects the study to take 3 months upon receiving a Notice to Proceed. FACILITIES DEVELOPMENT PLAN

Month 1



Immediate meetings, the day following City Council award, with City staff and Stakeholder Groups to introduce Team



-



Don Greer and Jim Wiginton will concentrate on programming and master planning the Police and Public Utilities (known further as “the departments”)



Gather data from the City on the site, existing buildings, and populations



Receive list of individuals and departments to be involved in study



Receive an understanding of involvement desired by Council



Facilitate kick off meeting to establish vision for project, meet with Stakeholders



Tour existing facilities and potential locations



Prepare agenda for interviews for Police and Public Utilities departments



Receive current staffing levels for each department



Review deficiency lists and estimated space needs generated by City personnel



Distribute questionnaire to all departments



Review completed questionnaires prior to interviews



Conduct interviews with all departments to discuss questionnaire answers



Project current and future staffing levels and indicate current staffing deficiencies



Review current and projected staffing levels with appropriate staff, modify if necessary and receive approval



Utilize approved staffing levels to develop space needs for each room in the program, indicate space deficiencies



Develop projections for future parking requirements



Review space programs with appropriate department representatives and receive approval of program



Utilizing approved space program, study existing City facilities and sites to be included in the study



Meet with Stakeholders



Month 2



Develop options for new facilities



Prepare site layout plans to illustrate all concepts



Meet with the City to receive feedback and modify



Month 3



Prepare cost estimate for proposed buildings and site enhancements



Present findings to the City, make public presentations as requested, receive feedback, adjust Program as needed



Produce final document and present findings to the City 16,

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11.14 WORK SAMPLES

WORK SAMPLES



ADA POLICE / FIRE STATION / MUNICIPAL COURT / EOC / & TRAINING

SWEETWATER POLICE STATION

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11.14 WORK SAMPLES

CITY OF BUDA CITYWIDE SPACE NEEDS ASSESSMENT and MASTER PLAN

City of Buda

Space Needs Assessment and Facilities Master Plan May 30, 2014

May 30, 2014

LEANDER POLICE STATION

BEFORE

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SELMA POLICE STATION

BOERNE POLICE, EOC, CITY COUNCIL CHAMBER, AND MUNICIPAL COURT

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11.14 WORK SAMPLES

HICKORY CREEK TOWN HALL, POLICE, and MUNICIPAL COURT

VALLEY VIEW MUNICIPAL COMPLEX MASTER PLAN and BUILDING Wash WashBay bay Gas Station Gas station Warehouse Shops Sweeper/ Sweeper/ Yard Dump

Yard Dump

Yard Material Bins

Admin

Operation

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AUSTIN

PLANO

209 East Riverside Drive Austin, Texas 78704 www.whjarch.com 512.447.1418