East Side Coastal Resiliency Project

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East Side CoastalResiliency ProjectMarch 19, 2015

AGENDAWhat will we discuss tonight? Overview Design and Public Engagement Current Progress Next Steps Q&A2

Overview Design and Public Engagement Current Progress Next Steps Q&A3

A STRONGER, MORE RESILIENT NEW YORKThe City’s 257 initiatives comprise a comprehensive, citywide plan to reducethe risk of extreme weather and climate change Strengthen Coastal Defenses Upgrade Buildings Protect Infrastructure and Services Make Neighborhoods Safer and More VibrantCoastal Protection Initiative 21:Install an integrated flood protection system in Lower Manhattan,including the Lower East Side4

REBUILD BY DESIGN COMPETITIONThe RBD proposal focused on flood protection for the East Side of Manhattan5

COMPETITION TIMELINERBD was a 9-month ideas competition administered by HUDHUD AWARDS 335 MILLIONFEDERAL FUNDINGTO CITY FOR THEEAST SIDEREBUILD BY DESIGNCOMPETITIONSTARTHUD SELECTSBIG TEAM TOFOCUS ON MANHATTANBIG TEAMPRESENTSTO HUD JURYCITY REQUESTSFOCUS ONEAST SIDECITY RELEASESA STRONGER,MORE RESILIENTNEW YORKREBUILD BY PRIL2014JUNE2014

PROJECT LOCATIONThe City received HUD funding for the area from E. 23rd St. to Montgomery St. andwe are using City and State funds to advance planning south of Montgomery St.23RD STREETESCRMONTGOMERY STREET7

PROJECT TIMELINEThe ESCR Project is on an ambitious timeline, with construction anticipated in 2017CONCEPT DESIGNSTARTCITY ISSUESRFP FORCONCEPT DESIGNCONCEPT DESIGNCOMPLETIONPROJECTCONSTRUCTIONSTARTDESIGN REFINEMENTENVIRONMENTAL REVIEWCITY PROJECT TEAMESTABLISHEDPERMITTINGEAST SIDE COASTAL RESILIENCY 015JUNE2017

923RDSTThe ESCR Project will becoordinated with otherinitiatives in the E9TH1HOUSTONSTMONTGOMERY STEAST RIVERPITTSTAVEAPROJECT LIST423951EAST SIDE COASTAL RESILIENCY PROJECT2LOWER MANHATTANCOMPREHENSIVE PROTECTION PLAN (ORR)3456789MULTI-PURPOSE LEVEE STUDY(EDC)PIER 42 PARK (DPR)LOWER EAST SIDE ECOLOGY CENTER (DPR)RESILIENT NEIGHBORHOODS STUDY(DCP)CON EDISONSOLAR ONEHOSPITAL ROW INVESTMENTS

TEAM STRUCTUREThe city has hired ateam of technical anddesign professionals tocoordinate with local inputCITYCITYDDC / DPR / ORRMANAGING LEADAKRFURBANDESIGNBIGARCADISLEADFLOOD PROTECTION MODELINGSTARR WHITEHOUSECH2MHILLLANDSCAPE ARCHITECTUREMARINE ENGINEERINGONE ARCHITECTUREPLANNINGJAMES LIMA P DPUBLIC POLICYFITZGERALD & HALLIDAYCOMMUNITY THEWS NIELSENLANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT GOALSWorking with East Side residents and stakeholders is important to the ESCR project Listen to input from East Side residents Collaborate on design options with East Side community Explore opportunities and trade-offs together11

Overview Design and Public Engagement Current Progress Next Steps Q&A12

23RDSTESCR STUDY AREA2NDAVEWhere are we AREANST13VEREASMONTGOMERY STT RIPITTSTAVEA1

23RDSTPROJECT ELEMENTS2NDAVECustomized flood 3CON EDELEVATED FDR23RD STREET TIE-BACKPROJECT AREA 1NSAT1.31.2VER1.1EASMONTGOMERY STT RIPITTSTAVE14PROJECT AREA 21.41.11.21.31.4PROTECTIVE BERMPEDESTRIAN BRIDGES AND ACCESSWATERFRONT AND CONNECTIONSPIER 42 PARK/MONTGOMERY TIE-BACK

WHAT HAPPENED DURING SANDY?Normal River Conditions15

WHAT HAPPENED DURING SANDY?Storm Surge Flooding16

BERM / LEVEENormal River Conditions17

BERM / LEVEEStorm Surge Flooding18

BERM / LEVEEScheveningen, Netherlands19

FLOOD WALLNormal River Conditions20

FLOOD WALLStorm Surge Flooding21

FLOOD WALLBad Neustadt, Germany22

DEPLOYABLENormal River Conditions23

DEPLOYABLEStorm Surge Flooding24

DEPLOYABLEBewdley, UK25

TYPES OF FLOOD PROTECTIONThe options for resiliency have different degrees of reliabilityDEPLOYABLEFLOOD WALLBERM / LEVEE26

SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTUREResiliency infrastructure can double as infrastructure for people27

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT TIMELINEMeetings with East Side residents and stakeholders throughout the yearCONCEPT DESIGNSTARTCONCEPT DESIGNCOMPLETION13RE-ENGAGEMENTMEETINGS:How do you use thewaterfront?WORKSHOPS:How do we combinethe options?24WORKSHOPS:What are the options?WORKSHOPS:Final Concept Design:Input and feedbackPUBLIC ULY2015OCTOBER2015DECEMBER2015

Overview Design and Public Engagement Current Progress Next Steps Q&A29

INVESTIGATING BELOW GROUNDAugust 2014 - July 201530

SURVEYING THE LANDSeptember 2014 - March 201531

INSPECTING WATERFRONT STRUCTURESJanuary - March 201532

EXAMINING FLOOD RISK AND WATER FLOWJanuary - July 2015?33

TESTING THE SOILJanuary - July 201534

STUDYING PEDESTRIAN AND BICYCLE USAGEJanuary - July 201535

INSPECTING BRIDGESJanuary - July 201536

MAKING AN INVENTORY OF EXISTING TREESJanuary - July 2015BA37C

REVIEWING AND LEARNING FROM EXISTING STUDIESDecember 2014 - July 201538

Overview Design and Public Engagement Current Progress Next Steps Q&A39

DEVELOPING DESIGN OPTIONSMarch - December 2015BRIDGE OPTIONBENCH OPTION40?BERM OPTION

EVALUATION CRITERIAThere are many factors to consider when assessing resiliency optionsRELIABILITY41URBAN IMEandPERMITTING

ONGOING PUBLIC ENGAGEMENTWorkshops like tonight’s are just one way to participate in the ESCR TYWORKSHOPS42

WORKSHOPSDesigning with the Community43

WORKSHOPSDesigning with the Community44

KEY ISSUES IDENTIFIED BY COMMUNITY DURING RBDPEDESTRIAN BRIDGE CONNECTIONS Locations Bridge DesignBIKEWAY/WALKWAY Narrow Segments Emergency and Maintenance AccessWATERFRONT VIEW CORRIDORS Height and Width of Flood Protection Elements Look and FeelPARK ECOLOGY Plants & Trees Upland ConnectionsNEW ISSUES.45

COLLABORATIONLocal knowledge with technical expertise leads to one concept design for the SIGN46CONCEPTDESIGN

HANDS-ON ACTIVITY:HOW DO YOU USE THE WATERFRONT?47

MAP YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD!EAST RIVER PARK /PROJECT AREA 1SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS!SURVEY48STUYVESANT COVE PARK /PROJECT AREA 2

NEXT STEPSSIGN IN AT THE FRONT DESKTO STAY IN TOUCH AND HEARABOUT UPCOMING MEETINGS ANDANNOUNCEMENTS!FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUTTHE EAST SIDE COASTAL RESILIENCY PROJECT EMAIL US AT:nycresiliency@cityhall.nyc.gov49

THIS MEETING WILL BE REPEATED:GTONAVEMARCH 23rdAT WASHINGTON IRVING HIGH SCHOOL40 IRVING PLACEXINTELL YOUR FRIENDS!LE17THSIRVINGPLT40 IRVING PLACE50

THE NEXT COMMUNITY TASKFORCE MEETING WILL BE HELD:APRIL 7thUNIVERSITY SETTLEMENT CORNERSTONECAMPOS PLAZA611 EAST 13TH ST.HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!611 EAST 13TH ST13THSAVECT51

EAST RIVER PARKCirca 193552

Overview Design and Public Engagement Current Progress Next Steps 53Q&A

QUESTIONS / DISCUSSION54

concept design start december 2015 concept design completion june 2014 city project team established september 2014 city issues rfp for concept design june 2017 project construction start environmental review permitting design refinement east side coastal resiliency project project timeline the escr project

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