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2015 Land Conservation and Tree Preservation Awards

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A public ceremony was held in the Fairfax County Government Center board auditorium on January 29, 2016, to recognize the winners of the 2015 Land Conservation and Tree Preservation Awards. Organizations and individuals were acknowledged for demonstrating best practices in preserving the county’s soil and water resources and protecting trees during development projects. The annual awards program is sponsored by the Fairfax County Department of Public Works and Environmental Services in cooperation with the Northern Virginia Soil and Water Conservation District and the Fairfax Tree Commission.

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2015 Land Conservation and Tree Preservation Awards

  1. 1. WELCOME TO THE FAIRFAX COUNTY LAND CONSERVATION AWARDS 2015 JANUARY 29, 2016
  2. 2. LAND CONSERVATION AWARDS 2015 Sponsored by Fairfax County Department of Public Works & Environmental Services Site Development and Inspections Division in cooperation with  Northern Virginia Soil & Water Conservation District  Heavy Construction Contractors Association  Virginia Department of Environmental Quality  Fairfax County Tree Commission  Fairfax County Urban Forest Management
  3. 3. 2015 Land Conservation Awards Categories: Infill Lot Large Commercial Small Commercial Large Single Family Residential Small Single Family Residential * Special Project *
  4. 4. InfillLot PROJECTS OWNERS/DEVELOPERS 1031 Belle View Road Shawn Khorshidi 7221 Old Dominion Drive Allen Kabiri 1034 Belle View Road Jia Li 700 Bulls Neck Road Roger Mody 205 Carrwood Road John Schlegel 9300 Cornwell Farm Drive Nancy & John Galiani 3407 & 3409 Clayborne Avenue Habitat For Humanity NOVA
  5. 5. InfillLot: CornwellFarmLot 11/9300CornwellFarm Drive Developer: Nancy & John Galiani Engineer: TRI-TEK Engineering, Inc. Contractor: B & W Excavating & Land Clearing Company Project Superintendent: Joe Yeager Site Inspector: Frank Debgoe
  6. 6. InfillLot: CornwellFarmLot 11/9300CornwellFarmDrive
  7. 7. InfillLot: CornwellFarmLot 11/9300CornwellFarm Drive Developer: Nancy & John Galiani Engineer: TRI-TEK Engineering, Inc. Contractor: B & W Excavating & Land Clearing Company Project Superintendent: Joe Yeager Site Inspector: Frank Debgoe
  8. 8. Large Commercial PROJECTS OWNERS/DEVELOPERS Oakcrest School Oakcrest School Parcel 39 at Westfields Corporate Office Properties Trust (COPT) Safford Chrysler Jeep Dodge of Springfield Mike Jennings Accotink Village David King
  9. 9. Developer: Corporate Office Properties Trust (COPT) Engineer: Burgess & Niple Contractor: S W Rodgers Co. Inc. Project Superintendent: Pana Mantis Site Inspector: Mike Ernst Large Commercial: Parcel 39 at Westfields
  10. 10. LargeCommercial: Parcel39at Westfields
  11. 11. Developer: Corporate Office Properties Trust (COPT) Engineer: Burgess & Niple Contractor: S W Rodgers Co. Inc. Project Superintendent: Pana Mantis Site Inspector: Mike Ernst Large Commercial: Parcel 39 at Westfields
  12. 12. Small Commercial PROJECT OWNER/DEVELOPER Springfield Estates Elementary School Fairfax County Public Schools
  13. 13. Developer: Fairfax County Public Schools Engineer: ADTEK Engineers, Inc. Contractor: Fairview Companies, LLC. Project Superintendent: Randy Goetz Site Inspector: Jim Getts Small Commercial: Springfield Estates Elementary School
  14. 14. Small Commercial: SpringfieldEstatesElementarySchool
  15. 15. Developer: Fairfax County Public Schools Engineer: ADTEK Engineers, Inc. Contractor: Fairview Companies, LLC. Project Superintendent: Randy Goetz Site Inspector: Jim Getts Small Commercial: Springfield Estates Elementary School
  16. 16. Large Single Family Residential PROJECTS OWNERS/DEVELOPERS Ambrose Hills, Section 1 Stanley Martin Homes Ambrose Hills, Sections 2, 3 & 4 Stanley Martin Homes
  17. 17. Developer: Stanley Martin Homes Engineer: Charles P. Johnson & Associates, Inc. Contractor: William A. Hazel, Inc. Project Superintendents: Brendan Cox & Paul Atherton Site Inspector: Jim Getts Large Single Family Residential: Ambrose Hills Section 1
  18. 18. LargeSingleFamilyResidential: AmbroseHills,Section1
  19. 19. Developer: Stanley Martin Homes Engineer: Charles P. Johnson & Associates, Inc. Contractor: William A. Hazel, Inc. Project Superintendents: Brendan Cox & Paul Atherton Site Inspector: Jim Getts Large Single Family Residential: Ambrose Hills Section 1
  20. 20. Outstanding Engineering Firms TRI-TEK Engineering, Inc. Cornwell Farm/ 9300 Cornwell Farm Drive Urban, Ltd. For Oakcrest School For And
  21. 21. Outstanding Superintendents Paul Atherton and Brendan Cox Ambrose Hills, Section 1 Parcel 39 at Westfields And Pana Mantis For For
  22. 22. Outstanding Contractor William A. Hazel, Inc. Ambrose Hills, Section 1 For
  23. 23. Outstanding Developers/Owners Nancy & John Galiani Cornwell Farm Lot 11/9300 Cornwell Farm Drive For And Parcel 39 at Westfields For Corporate Office Properties Trust (COPT)
  24. 24. BestProtectedEnvironmentallySensitiveSite: AmbroseHills,Section1 Developer: Stanley Martin Homes Engineer: Charles P. Johnson & Associates, Inc. Contractor: William A. Hazel, Inc. Project Superintendents: Brendan Cox & Paul Atherton Site Inspector: Jim Getts
  25. 25. Outstanding Erosion and Sediment Control Inspectors of the year: Joseph L. Flaim North Branch Keith Anthony Central Branch Jim Getts South Branch
  26. 26. Outstanding Erosion and Sediment Control Reviewers of the year: Camylyn Lewis North Branch Jennifer Vargas Central Branch Mark A. Lucas South Branch
  27. 27. Presented by Fairfax County Tree Commission and Fairfax County Urban Forest Management Tree Preservation Award Nominations  Vinson Hall Retirement Community (Dranesville) Vinson Hall LLC  Kaiser Permanente NoVA Hub-MOB Parking Kaiser Foundation Health Plan (Providence) of the Mid-Atlantic States, Inc. Tree Planting Awards Nominations  Vinson Hall Retirement Community (Dranesville) Vinson Hall LLC
  28. 28. Developer: Vinson Hall, LLC Engineer: Smith Engineering General Contractor: Whiting-Turner Contracting Company Landscape Architect: Planning and Development Services, Inc. Tree Preservation Consultant: Zimar and Associates, Inc. Tree Preservation Contractor: SavATree Project Manager: Advanced Project Management, Inc.
  29. 29. • 48-in. diameter Willow oak preserved at center of new expansion. Building layout designed to avoid impacts to existing trees along Old Dominion Drive. • Expansion layout situated in more open areas to maximize tree preservation in more densely wooded areas.
  30. 30. Developer: Vinson Hall, LLC General Contractor: Whiting-Turner Contracting Company Landscape Architect: Planning and Development Services, Inc. Landscape Contractor: Ruppert Landscape Project Manager: Advanced Project Management, Inc.
  31. 31. This planting will fill in over time to reforest this open space Supplemental planting at forest edge and stormwater facilty Deer protection
  32. 32. Developer: Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of the Mid-Atlantic States, Inc. Engineer: Vanasse Hangen Bruslin, Inc. General Contractor: DPR Construction Tree Preservation Consultant: Wetland Studies and Solutions, Inc. Tree Preservation Contractor: Proper Tree Care
  33. 33. Preservation of existing trees satisfies transitional screening requirement for the medical facility and is 2.3 times the area required to satisfy the 10-yr. tree canopy requirement for the site. Garage carefully located and constructed to preserve existing trees in relatively narrow area within 15 feet of the structure
  34. 34. Tree Preservation Recognition  Morningside Residence (Providence) Hitt Contracting, Inc.  Safford Automotive (Lee) Jennings Business Park, LLC  Penns Crossing (Braddock) Evergreene Homes  Enclave of Burke (Springfield) Van Metre Homes  Brightview – Gallows Road (Mason) Shelter Development, LLC Tree Planting Recognition  McLearen Road Academy (Sully) Trammel Crow Company
  35. 35. Tree preservation consultants were contracted early in the development process to help ensure that tree preservation and protection on the site was effective.
  36. 36. • Area of tree preservation maximized on the site, exceeding the 10-yr. tree canopy requirement by 142,921 sq. ft. • Super silt fence tree protection highly effective.
  37. 37. • Preserved trees serve as buffers along the project boundaries and adjacent to existing residences • Effective invasive removal to control English ivy, multifloral rose & Japanese honeysuckle • Existing gravel driveway inside protected area removed by hand • Storm damaged trees properly pruned for safety and minimize long term impacts from decay
  38. 38. Tree preservation provided at nearly twice the requirement for tree canopyExpanded tree preservation area
  39. 39. Tree preservation activities included crown pruning, root pruning, mulching, fertilization, invasive sp. Removal, soil remediation with air spade to relieve compaction in area where driveway existed Heavy duty tree protection fence installed along LCG adjusted to maximize tree preservation area
  40. 40. Owner and developer stressed importance of high quality landscape design & installation from start of project. Over 600 trees 2 to 6 inches in caliper will create a verdant environment for student learning and development.
  41. 41. Jack W. Weyant, Director Site Development and Inspections Division
  42. 42. Bill Hicks, Deputy Director Land Development Services
  43. 43. Congressman Gerald Connolly Representative of the 11th District of Virginia
  44. 44. Kenneth Garrison, Jr. Executive Director, HCCA
  45. 45. Laura Grape Executive Director
  46. 46. Willie Woode Senior Conservation Specialist
  47. 47. Robert Vickers Chairman Fairfax County Tree Commission
  48. 48. Keith Cline, Director Fairfax County Urban Forest Management Division
  49. 49. Thank you! FAIRFAX COUNTY TREE COMMISSION

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