Historic Ole Hanson Beach Club

 

Owner : CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE
Contact : Christopher Smith | Christopher@arg-la.com | (626) 583-1401
Year Project Started : 2012
Year Project Constructed : On-Going
Project Cost : 7M
Contract Amount : $6,812
Address : 105 W. Avenida Pico San Clemente, CA 92672
Client : Architectural Resources Group, Inc.
65. N. Raymond Ave., No. 220 Pasadena, CA 91103

Project Description:

The City of San Clemente intends to repair and/or rehabilitate this historic pool house and its associated pool. The Beach Club is a wood frame two story structure with approximately 4500 square foot lower floor footprint. The lower level includes swimming pool changing rooms, interior restrooms, exterior restrooms, manager’s office, multi-purpose “Club Room”, kitchen, electrical room and pump room. The Ole Hanson Beach Club is deteriorating due to its age and exposure to the harsh marine environment. Due to the Beach Club’s listing on the Federal Historic Register, the team must follow strict procedures following the National Historic Preservation Act. Work includes assessment of current conditions, incorporating a limited report on the building conditions, design work to produce a preliminary design report, final construction document and construction support.

VCA’s Role:

VCA Engineers provided the civil components for the site improvements. Determine the point of connection for potable and fire water, sewer and drainage lines. Provide grading elevations of the new site improvements relative to site drainage considering sustainable design ADA compliance and their joining to or interface with existing conditions. Prepare construction documents to include civil drawings depicting: Site Demolition Plan, Site Horizontal and Vertical Control, Site Paving, Grading and Drainage with local Storm Water Management Design (SUSMP), Hydrology and Hydraulics study, Cut and Fill, Utility Plans, Utility Profiles, Site Sections and Details, including details of critical conditions and connections. VCA design the Storm Drain lines and other wet utilities such as Fire Water, Potable Water and Sanitary Sewer. Additionally, VCA coordinated with authorities having jurisdiction over the project to obtain city approval.

 
 
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