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CUP-2022-0003 - Anacortes Readiness Center Addition and Alteration
RENOVATION AND ADDITION OF THE EXISTING ANACORTES READINESS CENTER. WORK INCLUDES 3,600 SF BUILDING ADDITION WITH NEW CLASSROOMS, FITNESS ROOM AND CORRIDOR. ALTERATIONS TO PORTIONS OF THE EXISTING INCLUDE NEW TOILET/SHOWER ROOMS, KITCHEN, CONFERENCE, MOTHER’S ROOM, MULTIPURPOSE ROOM, AND A NEW ADA L
2219 M AVE ANACORTES, WA 98221-3728
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<br /> <br /> <br />MEMO <br /> <br />architecture ● engineering ● planning ● interiors <br />617 Western Avenue | Seattle, Washington 98104 | 206.946.9746 | www.wja -dc.com <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />April 27, 2022 <br />To: City of Anacortes Building Planning, Community, and Economic Development <br />Cc: Nathan Goldschmidt <br />From: WJA Design Collaborative (Clint Treat, AIA) <br />Subject: Anacortes Readiness Center Renovation and Alteration (2219 M Avenue) <br /> <br />To the Director of Planning, Don Measamer and your team: <br />Following yesterday’s Pre-Application conference call/meeting, the Designer of Record and Owner’s group <br />(including the Washington Military Department) wanted to be as transparent as possible regarding the design <br />for the Anacortes Readiness Center Renovation and Alteration in hopes that your team has all the appropriate <br />information regarding the proposed building addition, renovation work, and site improvements. <br />The proposed building addition is limited to a square footage increase of a gross 3,629 SF in footprint. The <br />addition is only to increase program areas of uses already occurring within the building. The addition includes <br />classroom, fitness/exercise room, and corridor expansions. The physical structure will be built of CMU and <br />covered with metal panels matching the finishes on the existing building. <br />We have listed a series of items that would be typically considered critical to the City of Anacortes’ interest <br />that this design has mitigated by providing no impact. These include: <br />• No change of use <br />• No change in occupant loads (current user count of the facility is not increasing) <br />• No change in building height <br />• No change in parking <br />• No change in lot setbacks <br />• No change or impacts to existing traffic levels <br />• No increase to plumbing fixture count, yet the project maintains current code minimum fixture counts <br />• No change to main entries <br />• No Increase of stormwater runoff <br />• No change in building frontage <br />• No greenspace impacts <br />Additionally, we would like to make known the improvements this facility will accrue after the project <br />completion, which will benefit the public that interact with the structure bettering the welfare this facility <br />brings. These improvements include: <br /> <br />• Complete ADA upgrades at toilet rooms and interior lifts <br />• Full seismic upgrade for entire building <br />• Abatement of interior hazardous materials <br />• Increased leasable classroom spaces
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